• Clemson football, basketball to resume on-campus voluntary workouts June 8

    CBS Sports "Clemson is hoping to get back to the top of the college football world during the 2020 season behind star quarterback Trevor Lawrence and running back Travis Etienne. We now know when the two Tigers stars, along with the rest of the football as well as the men's and..." May 26

  • Oklahoma's voluntary football workouts will start July 1, later than other Power 5 programs

    USA Today "Oklahoma plans to begin voluntary campus workouts for football players on July 1, despite many other Power 5 programs starting weeks earlier. The Southeastern Conference voted to allow athletes to begin voluntary workouts on June 8. The Big 12 voted on a date of..." May 26

  • Iowa State allowing only season-ticket holders at 2020 home games

    The Score "Iowa State became on Tuesday the first Power 5 school to reveal its seating plans for the upcoming college football season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In a letter to Cyclone fans, athletic director Jamie Pollard announced that, unless capacity limits are raised, the..." May 26

  • Clay Helton still leaving door open for JT Daniels to return to USC

    Larry Brown Sports "When a student-athlete enters the transfer portal, that player is likely gone. But in Clay Helton’s case, he still leaves the door open for his players. Helton said during an appearance on “The Rich Eisen Show” Friday that he is still open to having quarterback..." May 26

  • Florida Gators Land 2021 QB Jalen Kitna, Son of Former NFL QB

    SI "With the 2021 recruiting class continuing to grow for the Florida Gators, the team has added another quarterback to the class in Burleson (Texas) QB Jalen Kitna. Kitna announced his intentions to commit to the Gators via a Twitter post earlier today. According to the 247Sports..." May 26

  • Why a college football coach hid his bipolar disorder diagnosis for 30 years

    ESPN "Brent Guy retired last year after more than three decades as a college football coach. At age 59, he retired because he had had enough. It wasn't that he had had his fill of the long hours and short sleeps or that he didn't enjoy competing or that he no longer enjoyed working with young..." May 26

  • Notre Dame president sees 'no way currently' Irish can fill football stadium without physical distancing

    CBS Sports "Even as the 2020 football season creeps ever closer, decision-makers in college athletics remain uncertain what it will look like. The NCAA gave conferences and schools the green light to bring athletes back to campus for voluntary workouts -- and, in fact, some schools have already..." May 26

  • Our top college football teams that failed to win the national championship

    ESPN "College football is the ultimate small-sample sport. We determine champions and all-time greats and hirings and firings and massive salaries based on incomplete impressions and only 12-15 games. Combine that with the size of the FBS itself -- throughout its history, college..." May 26

  • Michigan's Jim Harbaugh does a cartwheel in Jaydon Hood’s commitment video

    Larry Brown Sports "Michigan landed four-star linebacker recruit Jaydon Hood on Monday, and the announcement came with some serious flair. Hood announced his commitment via video on his Twitter. It starts off as a rather standard video with highlights from Hood’s high school career, then a few..." May 25

  • San Jose State Redshirt Freshman Kyane Schmidt is in a Coma After Suffering a Major Brain Injury

    College Football Talk "If prayers are your thing, maybe set one aside for a member of the San Jose State football program. May 20th, the San Jose State football program confirmed this weekend, Kyane Schmidt was involved in a single-car rollover crash, which caused him to be ejected from the..." May 25

  • Reggie Bush accuses ESPN of 'clickbait' after comments on college athletes

    Yardbarker "Former NFL running back Reggie Bush is not happy with an ESPN article that states he said paying college athletes will "destroy some people." Bush gave a Playboy interview in which he discussed the need to offer college athletes the right..." May 25

  • Tennessee Tech RBs coach Gerald Howse dies at age 28

    Sportsnaut "The college football world suffered a heartbreaking loss over the weekend after the passing of Gerald Howse, a 28-year-old assistant coach for Tennessee Tech University. Howse emerged as a star running back at Siegel High School in Tennessee, then went on to play college football at..." May 25

  • ESPN 300 linebacker Junior Colson commits to Michigan

    ESPN "ESPN 300 linebacker Junior Colson committed to Michigan on Sunday, choosing the Wolverines over offers from Tennessee, Oregon, Ole Miss and LSU, among others. Colson is the No. 184-ranked prospect overall and is now the..." May 25

  • Reggie Bush says paying athletes could 'destroy some people'

    247 Sports "In late April, the future of college sports took a major change in direction. An NCAA working group recommended a change to allow a student-athlete to capitalize on their name, image and likeness via a number of avenues. Those include sponsorships, modeling apparel and social media..." May 25

  • Ohio State Buckeyes add CB Denzel Burke to loaded recruiting class

    ESPN "Ohio State added ESPN 300 cornerback Denzel Burke to the fold on Sunday, beefing up a recruiting class already ranked No. 1 in the country. Burke is the No. 262-ranked prospect overall out of Saguaro High School in Scottsdale, Arizona. He had a top five of..." May 24

  • Stanford Head Coach David Shaw Won’t Pursue NFL Job

    Pro Football Rumors "David Shaw has been connected to NFL head coaching vacancies for years. He’ll likely continue to draw interest from pro teams, but Shaw tells Mike Tirico of NBC Sports that he’s staying on campus.  “Stanford’s not a place you just go through, do a..." May 24

  • University of Michigan president: No college football in fall if students aren't on campus

    USA Today "Dr. Mark Schlissel's thoughts on the possibility of a college football season have not changed. If there are no students on campus this fall, Michigan's president does not think there will be college football. In an interview with the Wall Street..." May 24

  • 58-Year-Old LSU Coach Ed Orgeron Spotted Shirtless Going Beastmode On A Jog

    Total Pro Sports "Ed Orgeron is not going to let a worldwide pandemic stop him from working out. The LSU Tigers head coach was recently spotted shirtless going full beastmode while jogging down a street in Florida. Coach O stated back in 2019 that he loved to run at noon everyday, explaining..." May 24

  • Joel Klatt: There will 100 percent be a college football season

    Larry Brown Sports "FOX college football analyst Joel Klatt is bullish on a 2020 season. Klatt, who doesn’t tweet very often, shared a few thoughts on Twitter Saturday about the upcoming season. He says it is happening and that there will be fans at many locations. " May 24

  • Alabama COVID-19 Outlook Not Good For Crimson Tide Football This Fall

    Sportsnaut "All 50 states have at least to an extent started to open their economies during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With this will come a natural increase in cases. An increase in testing also plays a role here. However, some states are struggling to find a happy medium between opening the..." May 23

  • Miami HS Coach Max Edwards Suspended; Allegedly Held Practices During Pandemic

    Bleacher Report "A high school football coach overseeing one of the top programs in Florida has been suspended for allegedly hosting practices during the coronavirus pandemic. " May 23

  • Anthony Fauci weighs in on need for coronavirus testing for college athletes as on-campus activities resume in June

    USA Today "Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s most prominent epidemiologist, on Friday added his voice to the body of experts describing the need for coronavirus testing of college athletes when moratoriums on the athletes’ on-campus activities begin to lift. The NCAA Division I Council..." May 23

  • Big Ten announces Football Media Days won’t take place as scheduled

    College Football Talk "Count the Big Ten as the next Power Five shot to drop. In late April, the MWC announced that the conference will hold its Football Media Days virtually instead of in-person.  A day later, the MAC announced that its Football Media Days will be virtual as..." May 23

  • Legendary UTEP running back Fred Wendt dies at 95

    El Paso Times "All-American running back Fred Wendt, who set UTEP records with 326 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns against New Mexico State on Nov. 25, 1948, has died. Wendt died May 18, just two months shy of his 96th birthday. He was born July 15, 1924, in Las..." May 23

  • Big 12 returns on June 15 for on-campus workouts

    Pro Football Talk "Ready or not, here football comes. As previously noted, SEC teams are reconvening for on-campus workouts on June 8. It’s now been announced that, one week later, the Big 12 will be back. It’s no surprise, The Power Five conferences (SEC, Big 12, ACC,..." May 23

  • Secret to Tennessee’s Recent Recruiting Success Isn’t Complicated at All

    12 Up "Tennessee football has been on a hot streak this offseason. Even though they cannot have recruits visit campus or conduct in-home visits, head coach Jeremy Pruitt and his staff are finding ways to land some of the best talent across the nation in the Class of 2021. Many in..." May 23

  • Iowa State QB transfer Re-al Mitchell commits to Temple

    247 Sports "Former Iowa State quarterback Re-al Mitchell has a new college home. Mitchell entered the transfer portal in January after a year behind Brock Purdy at quarterback. Mitchell announced today that Temple will be his new home. “I am determined to..." May 23

  • Two Arkansas State football players enter transfer portal the same day

    College Football Talk "For Arkansas State, it was a one-two personnel punch on the football transfer portal front.  Not a hard punch, mind you.  But a punch nonetheless 247Sports.com Thursday reported that a pair of Arkansas State football players have entered the NCAA transfer..." May 23

  • Cam Newton’s brother Caylin Newton announces he will transfer to Auburn

    Larry Brown Sports "The Auburn Tigers football team may be looking to recapture a little Newton transfer magic. Caylin Newton, the younger brother of Cam Newton, announced on Twitter Friday that he is transferring to Auburn. Caylin plays quarterback like Cam, but he is much..." May 22

  • PAC-12 Commish Offers Timetable For Start Of CFB Season

    Sportsnaut "The NCAA Division I Council’s decision on Wednesday has put the wheels in motion towards college football being played. Now with a plan in place to bring student-athletes back to campus in early June, we might have a timetable for when the college football season will..." May 22

  • SEC welcoming players back to campus, but no sign of adequate testing for coronavirus

    USA Today "All across America, the vision of sports returning has been explicitly tied to the notion that players and coaches would be protected by robust COVID-19 testing to identify and isolate positive cases before they become outbreaks. For pro athletes, in fact, frequent testing is one..." May 22

  • SEC votes to reopen on-campus athletic facilities for voluntary workouts beginning June 8

    CBS Sports "The SEC announced Friday that athletes will be allowed on campus for voluntary workouts beginning on June 8. Campuses have been off-limits dating back to mid-March, when the sports world shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.  The conference established the Return to Activity and..." May 22

  • CFB Players' Comfort with Playing Amid Pandemic Gauged in Anonymous Survey

    Bleacher Report "In a poll of 45 anonymous college football players conducted by David Ubben of The Athletic, the vast majority said they want to play even if other students aren't allowed to return to college campuses amid the coronavirus pandemic. Every Power 5 and Group of 5..." May 22

  • Father of BC DT Ryan Betro leaves hospital after 50-day battle with COVID-19

    Larry Brown Sports "Boston College’s football team’s Twitter account shared a great video on Thursday. Dicky Betro, the father of defensive tackle Ryan Betro spent 50 days battling COVID-19, according to his son. Betro shared on Twitter that his father overcame pneumonia, kidney failure and..." May 22

  • These Duke doctors are working with NFL, Big 12 to mitigate coronavirus spread among teams

    USA Today "In the more than two months since the suspension of all NBA activities ushered in an unprecedented era without sports, professional leagues and the NCAA have turned from preventative health measures to evaluating when, where and under what conditions teams could safely return to..." May 21

  • Vanderbilt makes Candice Lee SEC's first female, black athletic director

    ESPN "Vanderbilt has hired Candice Lee as its athletic director, making her the first female athletic director and the first African American woman to lead an SEC athletic department. Lee had been serving as interim athletic director since February, when Malcolm Turner resigned after one..." May 21

  • Nick Saban produces cute PSA with Alabama mascot

    Larry Brown Sports "Nick Saban teamed up with Alabama’s mascot to produce a cute public service announcement video that the Crimson Tide’s football Twitter account shared on Thursday. The clip is brief but encourages people to wear masks and practice social distancing to avoid the spread of..." May 21

  • Former Iowa OL Ezra Miller enters NCAA Transfer Portal

    247 Sports "On Thursday morning, former Iowa offensive lineman Ezra Miller officially entered the NCAA Transfer Portal, a source told HawkeyeInsider. Miller later confirmed the news on his social media account. In January, Miller announced that he was going to step away from football due to..." May 21

  • Former FSU offensive lineman Jauan Williams arrested on battery charges

    Tallahassee Democrat "Former Florida State offensive lineman Jauan Williams was arrested Wednesday on two counts of battery against his girlfriend during his time with the Seminoles. Williams was booked into the Leon County Jail Wednesday on the two alleged counts, which both originate from May of 2018..." May 21

  • UTSA’s Jeff Traylor to take a 10% cut in his pay

    College Football Talk "UTSA is now included in the burgeoning list of college football coaches taking a pandemic-induced salary slashing. In a letter to donors Tuesday, the San Antonio Express-News reported, it was revealed that the Conference USA school’s “athletic department..." May 21

  • Clemson star WR Justyn Ross to undergo shoulder surgery to relieve 'lingering' stinger symptoms

    CBS Sports "Clemson receiver Justyn Ross will undergo surgery on his shoulder in June, according to a report from The State. Clemson was able to begin its spring practice in March before schools nationwide were forced to shut things down amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Ross..." May 21

  • Power 5 schools would lose more than $4 billion if college football not played this season

    Sportsnaut "There’s a huge reason athletic directors around the nation are saying they believe college football will be played this fall. If it isn’t, the top schools in the nation stand to lose billions in revenue. Speaking with ESPN, Dr. Patrick Rishe, director of the sports..." May 21

  • Hall of Fame Auburn coach Pat Dye tests positive for coronavirus

    Yahoo! Sports "Auburn coaching great Pat Dye has tested positive for COVID-19, according to 247Sports’ Brandon Marcello. While Dye is asymptomatic, he has been hospitalized due to longstanding kidney issues, per Jack Royer of CBS 42. " May 21