• Michigan's Jim Harbaugh makes offer to second Class of 2022 Tennessee quarterback

    Memphis Commercial Appeal "Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh appears to like Tennessee's Class of 2022 quarterbacks. Freedom Prep freshman Tevin Carter announced on Twitter that he had received an offer from Michigan, joining Westview freshman Ty Simpson as quarterbacks with Michigan..." July 16

  • Big 12 commissioner: No sense College Football Playoff will expand

    Sportsnaut "It has become a yearly tradition to discuss whether the College Football Playoff will expand. Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby doesn’t see it happening now. Speaking at Big 12 media days, per reporter Brett McMurphy, Bowlsby said while discussions are ongoing there are no..." July 16

  • Baylor University settles Title IX lawsuit in which gang rape by up to 8 football players was alleged

    ESPN "Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print A former Baylor volleyball player who said the school mishandled her complaint of having been gang-raped by up to eight Bears football players in 2012 and that the university..." July 16

  • 4-star OL Keiondre Jones commits to Auburn

    Alabama "Auburn has added another offensive lineman to its 2019 recruiting class. Four-star offensive guard Keiondre Jones committed to the Tigers on Saturday. July 16

  • Former Miami, Purdue QB Robert Marve arrested on domestic battery charges

    Tampa Bay Times "Former Plant High and University of Miami quarterback Robert Marve was arrested Friday morning in Hillsborough County, accused of striking his ex-girlfriend and stomping on her throat in Key West. Marve turned himself in at the Orient Road Jail and was booked at 10:20 on a complaint..." July 16

  • Former Virginia Tech football player Mook Reynolds charged with felony

    The Roanoke Times "Former Virginia Tech defensive player Mook Reynolds was arrested by Blacksburg police on Monday, the same day he was dismissed from the university’s football team. Reynolds faces a felony charge of the sale or distribution of marijuana or the possession of marijuana with the..." July 16

  • Arkansas coach Chad Morris issues statement after arrest of freshman WR Mike Woods

    Saturday Down South "On Friday night, incoming Arkansas WR Mike Woods was arrested for DUI and minor in possession of alcohol charges. Woods is the first player to be arrested under new coach Chad Morris, and the first-year head coach issued a statement on Saturday. As you can see below, Morris..." July 16

  • Michigan State WR commit Tre Mosley hoping to chase national title with fellow recruits

    Michigan Live "Ever since committing to Michigan State on June 29, life has felt different for Tre Mosley. After all, Mosley's decision was not easy. Trying to decide between the Spartans and the University of Michigan, the West Bloomfield wide receiver picked MSU and has not lost any sleep..." July 16

  • Cal transfer, former five-star wideout Demetris Robertson to be a Bulldog

    Rivals "It may have taken two years, but Georgia fans finally got to hear the news they had wanted all along: Demetris Robertson will be a Bulldog, per a commitment video released via Youtube. The top athlete in the nation and the top player in the state of Georgia, as..." July 14

  • Paul Finebaum decides between ESPN, SEC Network and FOX, Big Ten Network

    Newark Star-Ledger "The Big Ten Network is not going to add an SEC homer to the fold after all. College football analyst and radio host Paul Finebaum has re-signed with ESPN and SEC Network after contract negotiations between the party went public amidst reports FOX and BTN..." July 13

  • Louisville removing Papa John’s name from football stadium

    Larry Brown Sports "The fallout over some racist comments Papa John’s founder John Schnatter made recently continued on Friday, as the University of Louisville announced that it is dropping the popular pizza chain’s name from its football stadium. Louisville president Neeli Bendapudi said in..." July 13

  • Jalen Hurd Is Confident His Multimillion-Dollar Gamble Will Pay Off at Baylor

    Bleacher Report "He's either a selfless teammate who put his body on the line week after week or a loner who abandoned his team. He's either wise to have walked away from millions in the NFL to reinvent himself as a player and open the door to a longer career in the league or selfish and..." July 13

  • Ethan Rae commits to USC football recruiting class for 2019

    247 Sports "Orange Lutheran (Calif.) tight end Ethan Rae announced his commitment to USC moments ago. The Trojans are putting together a solid group of pass catchers. They have four wide receivers already committed and just landed one of the top tight end prospects out..." July 13

  • Louisville evaluating naming rights to Papa John's Cardinal Stadium

    ESPN "University of Louisville president Neeli Bendapudi said Thursday that the school is evaluating the naming rights to Papa John's Cardinal Stadium as fallout continues over John Schnatter's use of the N-word during an internal conference call. Schnatter, the pizza..." July 13

  • Two Louisville players want name on Papa John's Cardinal Stadium to change

    CBS Sports "Louisville plays its home games at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, but players are pushing for a name change.  In the fallout of the resignation of John Schnatter, the founder and chairman of Papa John's Pizza from the school's Board of Trustees, wide..." July 12

  • TJ Sheffield's commitment not accepted by Notre Dame

    247 Sports "The wild recruitment of Thompson's Station (Tenn.) Independence four-star wide receiver TJ Sheffieldtook another turn on Wednesday. Just days after announcing his commitment to Notre Dame, the 5-10, 170-pounder from the class of 2019 has reopened his recruitment and will now consider..." July 12

  • 'A labor of love' keeps NCAA Football video game alive

    ESPN "Jarrod Bullard had just been asked by a reporter what his fiancée, Patrice, thinks of this obscure hobby of his, this video game that takes up all of his free time. In a moment of serendipity, she beeped in on the other line. "Hold on," he said in a moment he would..." July 12

  • Rutgers linebacker Brendan DeVera and safety K.J. Gray dismissed from football team

    Newark Star-Ledger "Junior defensive back K.J. Gray and sophomore linebacker Brendan DeVera have been dismissed from the Rutgers football program for violating team rules, a person with knowledge of the situation told NJ Advance Media on Wednesday morning. Gray and DeVera..." July 11

  • Jim Harbaugh likes new NCAA football redshirt rule

    Michigan Live "Jim Harbaugh likes the new football redshirt rule adopted by the NCAA earlier this summer. Speaking this week on his "Attack Each Day" podcast, the Michigan football coach called the new policy allowing student-athletes to play in up to four games without..." July 11

  • Suspended USC WR Joseph Lewis finishes 21-day jail sentence

    College Football Talk "The waiting game continues for Joseph Lewis, but the erstwhile USC wide receiver can quite possibly see some light at the end of the banishment tunnel. Maybe. According to the Los Angeles Times, Lewis completed a 21-day sentence late last week and was released from jail..." July 10

  • Reports: Tigers defensive line signee Kayode Oladele will not enroll at Auburn

    The Auburn Plainsman "Kayode Oladele was one of four 2018 Auburn signees yet to report to campus, and now the highly sought after defender must find another home. Oladele, a four-star defensive end out of Champagnat Catholic High School in Miami, Florida, will not enroll at Auburn this season, he told..." July 10

  • Iowa cornerback Manny Rugamba announces he will transfer

    Hawk Central "Iowa junior cornerback Manny Rugamba announced on social media Monday that he is planning to transfer. Rugamba started eight games last season, but was listed as second on the team's depth chart at right cornerback this spring, behind junior Michael Ojemudia. Rugamba..." July 10