• Dabo Swinney has ‘zero doubt’ there will be college football in 2020

    Larry Brown Sports "There has been some talk about both the professional and college football seasons starting later than usual or being canceled altogether, but Dabo Swinney is convinced America’s favorite sport is not going to be called off for an entire calendar year. When asked on Friday about..." April 03

  • Playoff in May, empty stadiums among CFB's COVID-19 contingency plans

    The Score "Athletic directors are considering a wide variety of contingency plans for the 2020 football season amid the coronavirus pandemic. Holding the College Football Playoff in May or possibly June, dividing the regular season over the fall and spring semesters or reducing it to nine games,..." April 03

  • 2-Time FCS All-American Jabril Cox Transfers to LSU from North Dakota State

    Bleacher Report "The reigning national champion LSU Tigers are reloading for the 2020 campaign, as former North Dakota State linebacker Jabril Cox announced his transfer on Thursday. Cox is a two-time FCS All-American across three seasons at NDSU. ESPN's Alex Scarborough pointed out that..." April 03

  • Penn State AD: football needs 60 days to ramp up before season can start

    College Football Talk "The college football world is largely in wait-and-see mode as leaders across the country try to sort out which way will be forward in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Much of this focus in recent days has centered not on the spring but rather the fall… and if the sport can start on..." April 02

  • Mike Leach Apologizes for Tasteless Quarantine Tweet Depicting Woman Knitting a Noose

    12 News "No stranger to controversy or bad press, new Mississippi State Bulldogs football coach Mike Leach found himself in hot water on Wednesday when he sent out an offensive tweet related to life amid the coronavirus pandemic. The tasteless tweet depicted a woman knitting a noose,..." April 02

  • Sooners Land Another UCLA Transfer in Chris Murray

    SI "Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley said on March 9, one day before spring practice (and three days before everything was shut down was shut down) that the Sooners need to be better on the offensive line and that shakeups were likely coming. On Thursday, Riley added another potential piece..." April 02

  • Nick Saban sticking to routine amid Alabama shutdown

    ESPN "Nick Saban said he's the only football coach in the office on the University of Alabama campus as all sports remain shut down due to the coronavirus. "The whole world turned upside down so it's a little bit different for everybody," he said during a teleconference..." April 02

  • Ed Orgeron Files For Divorce From Wife Weeks After Winning LSU Championship

    TMZ "Ed Orgeron is calling things off with his wife, Kelly ... the LSU head coach filed for divorce a little more than a month after he led the Tigers to a National Championship. The 58-year-old filed the court docs in Louisiana back on Feb. 26, according to The..." April 02

  • Boston College grad-transfer QB Anthony Brown chooses Oregon

    The Score "Former Boston College quarterback Anthony Brown chose Oregon for his final year of eligibility, sources told Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports. The graduate transfer started three seasons for the Eagles. Injuries plagued Brown throughout his time at Boston College,..." April 01

  • Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley thinks the world will need football by September

    The Oklahoman "Lincoln Riley can’t imagine a fall without football. “I feel by September, the world is going to need football,” the OU football coach said Tuesday on a conference call with reporters. “Hopefully, I think a lot of that will be determined by our country’s..." April 01

  • Four-star QB Sawyer Robertson breaks down Bulldog decision

    247 Sports "Whether it was at Washington State or now Mississippi State, 2021 quarterback and 247Sports four-star quarterback Sawyer Robertson has been a long-time priority for head coach Mike Leach. On Tuesday the Coronado (Texas) High School standout joined Leach's Class of 2021 at..." April 01

  • Frank Maloney, former Syracuse football coach, dies at 79

    Syracuse.com "Bill Hurley never had a relationship with another coach like the one he had with Frank Maloney. Hurley was learning how to play quarterback after starting his career at running back. Maloney, then in his mid-30s and just a few years into his tenure as Syracuse University’s head..." April 01

  • Tom Herman and College Coaches Upset About COVID-19 Restrictions Just Don't Get it

    12 Up "Over the weekend, the Big 12 announced new policies and guidelines for student-athletes to follow during the coronavirus pandemic. In short, the conference basically implemented further restrictions that limit the access and interactions that coaches can have with their..." March 31

  • Dan Lanning among Georgia staff receiving substantial raises

    247 Sports "Three assistant coaches from Georgia's 2019 staff will get a raise going into the 2020 season, including a substantial one for its defensive coordinator. After his first year at the helm of Georgia's defense, Dan Lanning will now be paid $1.25 million annually,..." March 31

  • ‘The plan’ is for new Georgia OC Todd Monken to also coach QBs

    College Football Talk "If there is a 2020 season, a new addition to Kirby Smart‘s Georgia football staff will have an additional title. As expected. In mid-January, Georgia football confirmed reports that Todd Monken would be taking over as Smart’s offensive coordinator...." March 31

  • NCAA president, top execs taking 20% pay cuts due to revenue losses

    USA Today "NCAA President Mark Emmert and members of the association’s senior management will be cutting their pay by 20% and the association’s vice presidents will be cutting their pay by 10% due to financial pressure the NCAA is facing from the coronavirus pandemic, according to a..." March 31

  • Power 5 seeks athlete eligibility, other help

    ESPN "Student-athlete leaders from the Power 5 conferences are seeking an extra year of eligibility for college athletes who didn't complete their seasons, as well as support for housing and food, as the NCAA Division I Council plans to vote Monday on eligibility relief in the wake of the..." March 31

  • NCAA grants additional season of eligibility for spring-sport athletes impacted by coronavirus

    CBS Sports "The NCAA Division I Council voted Monday to permit an additional season of competition and eligibility to all spring-sport athletes who were unable to complete the 2019-20 athletic year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The decision does not apply to athletes in winter sports like basketball..." March 30

  • Pac-12 Shuts Down All Sports Until May 31, UCLA Cancels Spring Football Game

    TMZ "The Pac-12 has officially shut down ALL of its sports until at least May 31 ... forcing UCLA to cancel its annual spring football game next month. The conference made the announcement Monday, saying in a statement schools cannot have ANY organized team activities "of any..." March 30

  • Trevor Lawrence Relaunches Fundraiser for Coronavirus Relief After NCAA Confusion

    SI "Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and his girlfriend Mariss Mowry have relaunched their fundraiser for coronavirus relief efforts after it became the topic of a confusing ordeal between the NCAA and the school. The new fundraiser is through Community Foundation Northwest..." March 30

  • Former Washington Huskies football coach Jim Lambright dies at 77

    Seattle Times "They want to tell you about his eyes. Former University of Washington linebacker Dave Hoffmann laughs as he describes them, big and bulging and actively attempting to escape the man’s skull. When Jim Lambright got angry, Hoffmann says, “his eyes turned 14 different colors...." March 30

  • 2020 NFL Draft prospect rankings: Running backs

    The Score "theScore's Mike Alessandrini and Dan Wilkins break down the top running back prospects in the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft as part of a position-by-position series. QB | RB Running backs 1. Clyde Edwards-Helaire School: LSUMarch 29

  • This Missouri football Joe Exotic music video mashup is pretty excellent

    Larry Brown Sports "The “Tiger King” documentary on Netflix has been all the rage over the past week, with people buzzing about it all over social media. Someone even made a funny mashup video of a Missouri Tigers football hype video and the “I Saw a Tiger” music video by Joe Exotic. In..." March 29

  • Lincoln Riley does not think layoff will hurt Oklahoma QB competition

    Yardbarker "Oklahoma only got one spring practice in before the rest were canceled due to the school’s coronavirus changes. The spring football game was canceled as well, but Lincoln Riley is not too worried about adverse effects on the team’s quarterbacks. Last year’s graduate..." March 29

  • Trevor Lawrence helps create local relief fund for coronavirus victims

    CBS Sports "Update: Following up on their GoFundMe this week, Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and his girlfriend, Anderson women's soccer player Marissa Mowry, have created a COVID-19 relief fund. The fund, managed by the Cartersville-Bartow Community Foundation, is raising money and..." March 29