• Mom of Indiana OL Brady Feeney shares he has troubling complications from COVID-19

    Sportsnaut "Brady Feeney is a freshman offensive lineman for the University of Indiana. He is dealing with dangerous complications due to COVID-19. His mom, Debbie Rucker, shared a heart-rending message about his situation on her Facebook page. Rucker, clearly distressed, wrote..." August 03

  • TCU Linebacker Says HC Gary Patterson Used the N-Word, Other Players Blast Him For Lying

    Total Pro Sports "This is such a weird situation. A TCU linebacker alleges that longtime head coach Gary Patterson used a racial slur while addressing players over the past few days, so he Dylan Jordan took to Twitter and stated that Patterson, who has been the head coach of the Horned Frogs over 20..." August 03

  • Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich tells WR Kassidy Woods joining unity group would create 'an issue'

    ESPN "Washington State coach Nick Rolovich told wide receiver Kassidy Woods that aligning with the Pac-12 player unity group would create "an issue" with the program, according to a recording of a phone call Saturday obtained by The Dallas Morning News. Woods called..." August 03

  • Parent of Pac-12 player says son, others 'released' from team after sharing #WeAreUnited graphic

    Saturday Down South "Washington State got the attention of the college football world on Sunday as it was reported that players were released from the team for sharing graphics promoting the #WeAreUnited Pac-12 players campaign. As always, there are two sides to the story. A widely-shared tweet by..." August 03

  • Caleb Farley’s decision to opt out of college football about family

    Pro Football Talk "Caleb Farley made himself a test case, when he became the first college player to opt out of the fall season to prepare himself for the NFL Draft. And while he admitted the decision was a tough one for him, the combination of the lack of testing he saw at his college and a..." August 03

  • Texas Tech DL who declared for the 2020 NFL Draft in January has reportedly transferred to an FCS school

    MSN.com "The odd journey one erstwhile Texas Tech football player has taken this offseason has seen another twist. On Twitter in January, Houston Miller announced on that he would be foregoing his remaining eligibility with the Texas Tech football team and making himself..." August 03

  • Nevada picks up JUCO QB after losing one to the FCS

    College Football Talk "The reshaping of the quarterback room at Nevada football continued at a brisk pace this past week. Last month, Kaiden Bennett, who previously transferred in from Boise State, opted to leave the Nevada football team. A short time later, it was confirmed that the..." August 03

  • Missouri Transfer Running Back Anthony Watkins Joins Tulsa Football Team

    TulsaHurricane.com " The University of Tulsa added Missouri transfer Anthony Watkins to its roster today, the school announced. The 6'0" running back comes to Tulsa following his true freshman season with the Tigers.   Watkins redshirted the 2019 season at Missouri but..." August 03

  • College Hall of Famer, former Sooners DB Rickey Dixon dies after ALS battle

    ESPN "College Football Hall of Famer and Oklahoma legend Rickey Dixon, remembered as the star of the "Game of the Century II" between OU and Nebraska in 1987, died Saturday, the school announced. Dixon was 53. He was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease, also known as..." August 03

  • Louisiana-Lafayette assistant football coach D.J. Looney dies at 31

    CNN "University of Louisiana at Lafayette assistant football coach D.J. Looney has died at the age of 31, according to a statement from the school's Department of Athletics. Looney, who was entering his third season on staff with the Ragin' Cajuns as an assistant offensive line..." August 03

  • Power Five leaders pressure NCAA with threat to stage own championships

    CBS Sports "Power Five conference leaders are exploring the idea of staging their own championships for fall sports, a prominent Power Five athletic director confirmed to CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd. The talks were first reported by Sports Illustrated. The discussion among the Power Five..." August 02

  • Pac-12 players want racial injustice, safety measures addressed

    The Score "Pac-12 football players are threatening to sit out preseason camps and regular-season games until negotiations with the conference are completed and their demands regarding racial injustice and safety during the coronavirus pandemic are addressed, according to ESPN's Adam Rittenberg..." August 02

  • Tulane DE Juan Monjarres moves into the transfer portal

    College Football Talk "Tulane football has been killing it on the portal front.  Especially when it comes to the Power Five end of the pool.  This time, though, the Green Wave is on the other side. According to 247Sports.com, Juan Monjarres has entered his name into the NCAA..." August 01

  • Stanford’s Tyrell Terry Will Remain In Draft, Go Pro

    Hoops Rumors "Stanford guard Tyrell Terry has decided to keep his name in the 2020 NBA draft pool after initially testing waters, according to reports from Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports and ESPN’s Jonathan Givony. As Givony observes, Terry will be the first one-and-done freshman in..." July 31

  • RedBox Bowl becomes first college football bowl game to be canceled in 2020

    USA Today "The RedBox Bowl has earned the dubious honor of being the first bowl game to be officially canceled for 2020. Since 2014, the RedBox Bowl has matched opponents from the Big Ten and Pac-12. Begun as the San Francisco Bowl in 2002, the bowl game was played at the home of..." July 31

  • Michigan's latest sexual assault accuser puts Bo Schembechler's legacy in jeopardy

    Detroit Free Press "A University of Michigan student told Bo Schembechler he was sexually assaulted by Dr. Richard Anderson, a lawsuit alleged Thursday. This happened in 1982, when the student, known as John Doe 17, was examined by Anderson for migraine..." July 31

  • ACC commissioner: Notre Dame deal a temporary 'win-win'

    ESPN "ACC commissioner John Swofford said Friday the scheduling arrangement with Notre Dame for the 2020 football season is a win-win for both the Irish and the league, but he added that it is only a temporary deal. On Wednesday, the ACC announced a 10-plus-1 scheduling model in..." July 31

  • Pac-12 football season will reportedly begin more than three weeks later

    Larry Brown Sports "The Pac-12 announced recently that it will be playing a conference-only football schedule this year, and reports initially indicated the season will start at some point in the middle of September. That may not be a realistic timeline, however. Pac-12 officials held a virtual..." July 31

  • Illinois adds FCS standout as a transfer, at least the 10th such addition since March for the Fighting Illini

    College Football Talk "The transfer roll for Illinois football has shown no signs of abating.  In fact, it’s picking up a notch. Earlier this week, Daniel Imatorbhebhe committed to the Illinois football program.  The tight end had opted to transfer from USC earlier..." July 31

  • NCAA takes steps to increase social distance

    Pro Football Talk "College football teams have much bigger rosters than their NFL counterparts, and now they’ll have more room to roam. Via the Associated Press, the NCAA voted to make their sideline areas 20 yards longer, and will only allow one captain per team and two officials for..." July 31

  • Kirk Ferentz Writes Open Letter To Iowa Football Program

    The Spun "Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz has taken some significant heat for his role in fostering a culture of uneven treatment in the Hawkeyes football program. But Ferentz has been working hard to make up for the apparent blind spots that have been uncovered. Yesterday he posted an..." July 31

  • Harvey Updyke, the Alabama superfan who poisoned trees at Auburn's Toomer's Corner, dies at 71

    CBS Sports "Harvey Updyke, an Alabama fan who made national headlines for poisoning trees at Auburn University's Toomer's Corner back in 2010, has died. This news comes from Updyke's son, Bear, who told AL.com that Harvey died of natural causes in Louisiana, where..." July 31

  • Texas A&M among schools with most players on NFL Top 100 list

    247 Sports "Every year, the players in the league vote on the Top 100 NFL players for the previous season. It is always released by the NFL Network in the summer and, this week from Sunday to Wednesday, the latest list was published. The reveal wrapped up on Wednesday evening with the countdown of the top..." July 31

  • Two FIU players, DB Maurquel Dillard and WR DeAndre Williams, no longer on the roster

    College Football Talk "The shifting of the FIU football roster has continued. As we noted earlier in the week, Texas defensive tackle D’Andre Christmas-Giles was formally added to the FIU football team.  It’s also been confirmed by Eric..." July 31

  • Big Ten might not play football this fall

    Larry Brown Sports "The Big Ten is one of the conferences that has announced it will play a conference-only schedule this year, and apparently there is still a chance the start of the season could be significantly delayed. Teams in the Big Ten have been informed that there may not be games this fall, Pat..." July 31

  • Jordan Cooper enters portal a few months after transferring to Houston

    MSN.com "Jordan Cooper‘s winding journey, as it turns out, won’t include playing for the Houston football team. Cooper began his collegiate career at Navy in 2018,  After one year at the service academy, Cooper spent the 2019 season at Langston University, an NAIA school in..." July 31

  • College Football Playoff takes backseat to television dollars in SEC's conference-only schedule

    USA Today "Let’s pretend that by the time December rolls around, college football has more or less conquered COVID-19. The early season pitfalls of trying to play a contact sport during a pandemic turned out to be minimal, testing became frequent enough that asymptomatic cases are caught..." July 30

  • SEC to play 10-game, conference-only football schedule

    ESPN "The SEC presidents and chancellors on Thursday approved a 10-game, conference-only football schedule for the fall that begins on Sept. 26, sources confirmed to ESPN. The SEC title game is scheduled for Dec. 19. The news was first reported by Al.com. Further details weren't..." July 30

  • 5 college football stars who could go No. 1 in the 2021 NFL Draft

    Sportsnaut "The 2020 NFL Draft was the first big American sporting event to take place following the COVID shutdowns. While the format and time of next year’s event are in question, thanks to uncertainty surrounding the college season, we can bet on the NFL doing whatever it can to ensure..." July 30

  • NCAA will allow athletes to wear social justice statements on uniforms

    A Sea of Blue "If you’ve caught any of the recent NBA scrimmages since its restart in Orlando, you may have notice various messages on the back of players’ jerseys. That’s because the NBA is allowing social justice messages to be displayed on the back of jerseys, and the NCAA is..." July 30

  • Lawsuit alleges former Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler knew about sexual abuse by team doctor

    USA Today "Legendary University of Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler was told by a student in 1981 about sexual assaults being carried out by then-football team doctor Robert Anderson, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday against the school. The suit alleges the student..." July 30

  • External review of Iowa football program finds racial issues, recommends 'improving culture'

    CBS Sports "An external review of the Iowa football program concluded that it 'perpetuated racial or cultural biases and diminished the value of cultural diversity,' according to a 28-page report released by Kansas City law firm Husch Blackwell. The firm interviewed 45 current..." July 30

  • Ex-Nevada, Boise State QB Kaiden Bennett transfers to FCS school

    College Football Talk "It didn’t take one Nevada transfer long to find his new college football home.  Which will actually be his third college football home. In August of last year, Kaiden Bennett opted to leave Boise State.  Not long after, Bennett joined the Nevada..." July 30

  • Rutgers outbreak may trace to on-campus party

    Pro Football Talk "As the NFL monitors the struggles that non-bubble sports are facing as the virus continues to spread, one specific outbreak underscores the wisdom of the agreement by the NFL and the NFL Players Association to restrict activities away from work. The recent decision to shut down the Rutgers..." July 30

  • Virginia Tech's Caleb Farley to opt out of CFB season

    247 Sports "The NFL is beginning to see a list of players opt out of the upcoming season. According to the latest version of the CBA, players are allowed to opt out of the season in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. While the NFL players are covered financially in some capacity, college..." July 29

  • SEC moving towards 10-game conference-only schedule

    Larry Brown Sports "Several big college football conference are attempting to play conference-only schedules this season, and the SEC may be joining them. While the Pac-12 and Big Ten announced earlier in the month that they were playing conference-only schedules for college football, the SEC..." July 29

  • ACC announces 10-game conference schedule that includes Notre Dame

    ACC Sports "The Atlantic Coast Conference recognizes the uncertain and challenging environment all areas of our society are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Intercollegiate athletics is just one area that we must address as we work to return to our campuses, bring back students and faculty when..." July 29

  • Ex-College Football Player Shot In Liquor Store Fight

    TMZ "The NYPD says it apprehended the shooting suspect late Wednesday afternoon. "Great investigative work done by the 105 Precinct Detective Squad, Queens South Homicide, Sergeant Castle, Detective Covatti & the rest of Team Castle from Regional Fugitive Task Force for..." July 29

  • ACC not expected to make decision on league schedule Wednesday

    Pro Football Talk "The NFL continues to push forward with their plan to play a 16-game schedule during the 2020 season, but it is less clear if things will progress that way on the collegiate level. Many conferences have announced plans to alter schedules so that schools only play others in their..." July 29

  • Florida State RB Khalan Laborn dismissed from the Seminoles for violation of team policy

    Tomahawk Nation "Florida State has confirmed Khalan Laborn’s dismissal due to violation of team policy. According to a report by Chris Nee of 247Sports, redshirt junior running back Khalan Laborn is expected to be removed from the Florida State Seminoles football roster..." July 29

  • Arizona suspends offensive lineman Edgar Burrola for violating team COVID-19 protocols

    Tuscon "Arizona Wildcats offensive lineman Edgar Burrola has been suspended from the team for violating the athletic department’s COVID-19 protocols. Burrola, a redshirt junior from Las Vegas who started six games at right tackle last season, remained on the roster with a reduced..." July 29

  • 4-star DT Payton Page commits to Clemson

    The Score "Four-star defensive tackle Payton Page announced his commitment to Clemson's 2021 class on Tuesday, according to Anna Hickey of 247 Sports. Page chose the Tigers over Tennessee and North Carolina. " July 29

  • Inside Iowa State's unique non-conference football contract with Ball State

    USA Today "Iowa State’s recently announced non-conference football game against Ball State on Sept. 12 not only represents on-the-fly scheduling, but also provides a peek into what could be out-of-the-box wording of non-conference athletic event contracts. For example,..." July 29