• NCAA grants NFL Draft prospect eligibility in historic move

    Sportsnaut "Arizona State punter Michael Turk declared for the 2020 NFL Draft back in January. With two more years of eligibility remaining, this caught a lot of people by surprise.  Ultimately, Turk ended up going undrafted after taking part in the NFL Scouting Combine. Without a..." June 03

  • Dan Mullen expects Florida to go undefeated this season

    Larry Brown Sports "Dan Mullen is entering the 2020 college football season with the right attitude. The Florida head coach joined “The Pat McAfee Show” on Wednesday and was set up by the host, who said that he assumed Mullen’s team would go undefeated. Mullen said that is the..." June 03

  • Miami gets re-commitment from four-star WR Jacolby George

    CBS Sports "Miami (FL) received a verbal commitment on Wednesday from a top 247 player in wide receiver Jacolby George. Such a commitment is notable on its own, but this marks the second time in nearly a year that George has given a non-binding pledge to the Hurricanes for the 2021 recruiting..." June 03

  • Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley afraid coaches might push limits during voluntary workouts

    ESPN "As college football players across the country slowly start to return to campuses for NCAA-approved voluntary workouts, Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley is "sure the temptation will be high" for some coaches to push the boundaries of what's allowed. Many spring..." June 03

  • As former Clemson player calls out Dabo Swinney, now is time for open race discussions

    USA Today "Now is the time to get it out in the open, college football players. Get it all out. Every racially insensitive incident that was swept under the rug, every coach who didn’t have your back when words and actions crossed the line that should never be crossed. Let’s hear..." June 03

  • Three Oklahoma State players test positive for coronavirus, freshmen told not to report to campus

    CBS Sports "Oklahoma State is among the many programs welcoming players back to campus this week, beginning the still-evolving process of getting college football on track for the 2020 season. Each school and conference has different guidelines, but new protocols are being put into place all across..." June 03

  • Sooners head coach Lincoln Riley hits nail on the head with ‘all lives matter’ response

    Sportsnaut "As the Black Lives Matter movement gains steam in America, many still are eager to retort with “all lives matter.” Oklahoma Sooners head coach Lincoln Riley understands the grim reality of the situation and expressed it perfectly on Wednesday. Speaking with..." June 03

  • Shaq Lawson not surprised about Danny Pearman situation

    Larry Brown Sports "Former Clemson defensive lineman Shaq Lawson says he always was suspicious of Tigers assistant coach Danny Pearman. Pearman on Tuesday apologized after a former Tigers player outed him for using the N-word during a 2017 practice. The former Clemson walk-on who publicized the..." June 03

  • Clemson assistant Danny Pearman apologizes for former incident

    247 Sports "On Tuesday afternoon, it came to light that Clemson football assistant coach Danny Pearman used a racial slur at practice three years ago.  In response, Pearman issued a public statement late Tuesday night:  “Three years ago on the practice field, I..." June 03

  • Temple's Pat Kraft agrees to become new athletic director at Boston College

    Yahoo! Sports "Temple athletic director Pat Kraft has agreed to become the new athletic director at Boston College, sources told Yahoo Sports. He’s agreed to a five-year contract with the school, sources said. Kraft will replace Martin Jarmond, who left Boston College for UCLA nearly..." June 03

  • Lance Armstrong’s son Luke, Rice football player, calls doping ‘taking a shortcut’

    New York Post "Doping isn’t going to run in Lance Armstrong’s family. In Part 2 of ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary on the most famous American cyclist, Armstrong’s son, a college football walk-on at Rice University, was asked if he would consider using..." June 03

  • Legendary Tennessee, Pittsburgh football coach Johnny Majors dies at age 85

    Saturday Down South "Sad news to share from Knoxville as legendary Tennessee player and coach Johnny Majors has passed away at the age of 85. Majors was a star player for Tennessee between 1954 and 1956, where he earned All-American honors and finished as the Heisman Trophy runner-up during his senior..." June 03

  • Auburn legend Pat Dye buried beneath tree grown from Toomer’s Corner trimming

    USA Today "Monday evening at 7 p.m., with the sun setting on Pat Dye’s farm in Notasulga, Alabama, the former Auburn coach and Georgia All-American, was laid to rest under a special tree he had been nurturing for some time. There was no casket. The longtime Auburn icon,..." June 03

  • Oklahoma State LB Amen Ogbongbemiga says he tested positive for COVID-19 after attending protest

    Larry Brown Sports "Oklahoma State star linebacker Amen Ogbongbemiga says that he tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a protest in Tulsa. Ogbongbemiga shared the news via Twitter on Tuesday and cautioned others to take care of themselves and stay safe. " June 02

  • Ex-Clemson Player Calls Out Dabo Swinney For Allowing Asst. Coach To Use N-Word

    Total Pro Sports "On Monday, Dabo Swinney held a press conference to speak on what was going on in the United States after the tragic murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis cops. “We are all hurting for the Floyd family, and our country. I can speak for our entire staff and team in..." June 02

  • How coach Pat Dye restored more than just winning at Auburn

    ESPN "Auburn football had attained some stature before Pat Dye arrived to coach the Tigers in 1981. John Heisman coached there. Shug Jordan won a national championship in 1957. But days after the Tigers finished No. 1, Bear Bryant heard Mama calling from Alabama. By the time Jordan's..." June 02

  • Two Marshall football players, employee test positive for COVID-19

    National Post "Two football players and a staffer at Marshall tested positive for COVID-19, the university announced on the day voluntary workouts began on campus. In a statement released Monday, Marshall announced that the three are asymptomatic and that the cases are unrelated to each other...." June 02

  • Rutgers football releases video calling for social justice

    New York Post "In the sea of social justice statements flooding the sports world, Rutgers football landed maybe the most powerful team message. The idea to create a video based around players — several of them young black men — calling for changes in social justice and condemning racism..." June 02

  • Auburn releases statements addressing death of Pat Dye

    College Football Talk "Auburn is, as expected, mourning the death of Pat Dye. Last month, Dye was hospitalized for kidney-related issues.  During that hospital stay, Dye tested positive for COVID-19.  At the time, his son, NFL agent Pat Dye Jr., stated that “[w]e fully anticipate..." June 02

  • Jim Harbaugh takes part in Ann Arbor protest against police brutality

    Sportress of Blogitude "  Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh joined protestors at a rally against police brutality in Ann Arbor on Tuesday morning. Harbaugh also participated in a protest walk that traveled through the university’s downtown campus. The march, organized..." June 02

  • Louisville football players and other athletes return to campus after 14-day home quarantine

    ESPN "After being asked to quarantine at home for 14 days before returning to campus, Louisville student-athletes were welcomed back and underwent drive-up coronavirus testing at Cardinal Stadium on Tuesday. More than 120 student-athletes, coaches and staff were tested, as small groups of..." June 02

  • Hawaii lineman Solo Vaipulu arrested on two charges

    The Spun "A veteran college football player has reportedly been arrested for allegedly violating his state’s mandatory quarantine rules. Hawaii offensive lineman Solo Vaipulu was reportedly arrested on Monday after a witness reportedly saw him routinely violating state quarantine..." June 02

  • Texas head coach Tom Herman: 'I don’t have your back, I have your front'

    SI "Texas head coach Tom Herman joined  Colin Cowherd on FS1’s ‘The Herd’ to give his thoughts on the recent protests. It lands “Heavy on my heart, I can tell you that. I grew up the only child of a single mom, my dad died in a homeless shelter..." June 02

  • Navy, Notre Dame won't play season opener in Ireland

    The Score "Navy and Notre Dame will not open their 2020 schedules with an Aug. 29 matchup in Dublin due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the programs announced Tuesday. The 94th game of the longest continuous intersectional rivalry in the U.S. will instead be held for the first..." June 02

  • Arizona State's Herm Edwards thinks America needs to huddle

    ESPN "Arizona State football coach Herm Edwards says the United States needs to emulate a key part of football -- the huddle -- to come together and have some frank discussions in the wake of George Floyd's death and the ensuing protests that have taken place throughout the..." June 02

  • Tom Herman: "Sam Ehlinger is the best I've been around"

    247 Sports "The majority of Texas fans have witnessed how special of a player the Longhorns have in senior quarterback Sam Ehlinger. While he may not receive the national attention he deserves, those who have been around and seen Ehlinger since he made his way onto the Forty Acres likely understand..." June 02

  • Four-star quarterback Miller Moss commits to Trojans

    CBS Sports "USC got a big commitment on Monday from a star who could be the quarterback of the future. Miller Moss, a four-star prospect and the No. 52 overall player in the Class of 2021, chose the Trojans over several high-profile schools..." June 01

  • Clemson's Dabo Swinney: We have to accept challenge to make change

    ESPN "Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said he has spent the past few days "listening" rather than releasing a statement about the numerous protests against police violence going on around the country, but on Monday he offered his thoughts on the issue during a teleconference with..." June 01

  • USC revokes tickets, membership from booster who advocated shooting protesters

    Yahoo! Sports "As Jack Baer of Yahoo Sports documented, an attorney named Marla Brown drew scorn from current Indianapolis Colts wide receiver and former USC Trojans wideout Michael Pittman Jr. after she tweeted that individuals protesting over the killing of George Floyd, an..." June 01

  • Clemson star Justyn Ross out for season with congenital fusion

    The Score "Clemson receiver Justyn Ross is out for the 2020 season due to a congenital fusion in his neck, head coach Dabo Swinney told reporters Monday, including Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports. Ross will undergo surgery Friday. He missed spring practices in March with what was reported at..." June 01

  • Coach P.J. Fleck: Minneapolis protests, riots after death of George Floyd "hurts my heart"

    ESPN "Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck said the protesting and rioting in Minneapolis after the death of George Floyd "hurts my heart and breaks my soul," while noting "this is a time to listen" to the thoughts and feelings of his players. Fleck discussed a variety of topics..." June 01

  • Sports world mourns the death of legendary Auburn coach Pat Dye

    Sportsnaut "Legendary former Auburn football coach Pat Dye was hospitalized with a kidney issue and tested positive for COVID-19. On Monday, he passed away at the age of 80. " June 01

  • Former IU football player Chris Beaty, 18-year-old killed amid Downtown violence

    Indy Star "Chris Beaty, who managed Indianapolis nightclubs and played football at Indiana University, was one of two men shot and killed in separate incidents over the weekend as violence erupted in Downtown Indianapolis Beaty, 38, and Dorian Murrell, 18, were identified by the Marion County..." June 01

  • Nick Saban on George Floyd protests: 'It's time to love each other'

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF "Alabama coach Nick Saban issued a statement Sunday afternoon as protests continued across the country in the wake of George Floyd’s death in police custody Monday in Minneapolis. Saban cited Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks in his statement and said..." May 31

  • If CFB Season Is Delayed, Could Stars Sit Out To Prepare For NFL Draft?

    Sportsnaut "Like almost everything in this post-virus world, the 2020 college football season is in a state of great uncertainty. Even Dr. Fauci has pointed to the fact that it just might not be possible. It will require a variety of unprecedented measures for the season to take..." May 31

  • Tennessee RB Tim Jordan arrested on gun, drug charges

    ESPN "Tennessee Volunteers running back Tim Jordan was arrested Saturday in Lakewood, Florida, on a felony charge of carrying a concealed weapon and two misdemeanor drug charges, according to online records. Jordan, 20, was released Saturday on $2,000 bond, according to Polk..." May 31

  • Sam Ehlinger Shares Message Supporting ‘Black Lives Matter’ Movement

    The Spun "Dozens of athletes have been voicing their support for the black community following George Floyd’s tragic death earlier this week. Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger is the latest to share his thoughts on the ongoing protests and Black Lives Matter movement. In an emotional..." May 31

  • Jemele Hill Calls College Head Coaches 'Cowards' For Not Speaking On Behalf Of Black Players

    Total Pro Sports "It’s been a very trying week in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The country got a break from non-stop coverage on COVID-19, but not in the way they had hoped after video surfaced at the beginning of the week showing Minneapolis police subduing George Floyd with a knee on..." May 31

  • Four-star offensive lineman Dylan Fairchild commits to Bulldogs

    CBS Sports "Georgia landed another big commitment on Saturday -- literally. Dylan Fairchild, a 6-foot-5, 298-pound offensive guard from West Forsyth High School in Cumming, Georgia, pledged to the Bulldogs over offers from several top-tier teams including Auburn, Alabama, LSU, Tennessee and..." May 31

  • College football coaches scared to speak, stand with players in conversations on racism, police brutality

    USA Today "The profession that sells leadership and toughness as if it were a TED Talk was largely silent on Friday. The profession that relies on the talent of young African-American men to keep millions of dollars flowing to lavish athletics budgets and bloated salaries took a pass on the..." May 30

  • Protesters damage College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta

    AJC "Protesters smashed windows at the College Football Hall of Fame in downtown Atlanta and damaged a Chick-fil-A restaurant next door to the museum. Some protesters were seen looting the building before several officers arrived to try to maintain order at the $68 million facility, which..." May 30

  • Former All-SEC DL C.J. 'Poop' Johnson publishes potty-training book

    USA Today "Former Kentucky football player C.J. Johnson is a man of many talents. All-SEC-caliber athlete. Hip hop artist. Author. Potty-training motivator. Johnson, who played two seasons at Kentucky in 2014 and 2015, added those last two titles to his resume with the..." May 30

  • Colorado DL Antonio Alfano, former five-star Alabama prospect, no longer with Buffaloes program

    CBS Sports "The whirlwind offseason for Colorado defensive lineman Antonio Alfano has taken another turn, and this one has taken him out of Boulder. The school confirmed to the Boulder Daily Camera that the 6-foot-5, 280-pound defensive end is no longer enrolled at the school...." May 30

  • Highest-rated signee in Memphis’ 2020 recruiting class officially in the portal

    College Football Talk "Memphis has officially expunged Kundarrius Taylor from its football roster.  And, apparently, from its program. In a short and sweet Twitter missive last week, Taylor announced that he is entering the NCAA transfer database.  The specific missive? ..." May 30

  • College football coaches mostly silent on conversation surrounding George Floyd, racism and police brutality

    USA Today "The profession that sells leadership and toughness as if it were a TED Talk was largely silent on Friday. The profession that relies on the talent of young African-American men to keep millions of dollars flowing to lavish athletics budgets and bloated salaries took a pass on the..." May 29

  • Clemson star QB Trevor Lawrence weighs in on controversy surrounding George Floyd's death

    Fox Carolina "Clemson's Trevor Lawrence has took to social media to weigh in on the controversy surround George Floyd's death.  There has to be a shift in the way of thinking. Rational must outweigh irrational. Justice must outweigh injustice. Love must outweigh hate. If..." May 29

  • Auburn transfer Joey Gatewood seeking immediate eligibility at Kentucky

    College Football Talk "Kentucky may not immediately have a Power Five football transfer at its disposal.  Or, it may.  Depends. Joey Gatewood decided in late October of last year to transfer from Auburn.  On the Tigers quarterback’s transfer to-do list were Florida,..." May 29

  • Former USC LBs Chris Claiborne, Hayes Pullard join Trojan staff as analysts

    247 Sports "USC announced on Thursday that former star USC linebackers Chris Claiborne and Hayes Pullard will join the staff as quality control analysts. Claiborne will work on the offensive side of the ball and Pullard on defense.  Per the USC statement, both were..." May 29

  • Full details of Todd Monken's Georgia contract released

    Saturday Down South "Georgia is paying a premium price to reboot its offense this offseason. We already knew that Georgia was prepared to pay Todd Monken $1.1 million to serve as Kirby Smart’s offensive coordinator in 2020 and now we know the first-year Bulldog assistant is set to make $1.25 million..." May 29

  • Mississippi State's Mike Leach Optimistic CFB Season Will Go On As Planned

    Sportsnaut "The always boisterous Mike Leach shocked the college football world earlier this year when he decided to leave Washington State for Mississippi State. Leach’s success as a coach and his personality should play pretty darn well in the south. With the 2020..." May 29