• Mark Richt reportedly fired as Georgia head coach

    SB Nation "In something of a surprise move, longtime Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt has been fired, ESPN's Mark Schlabach is reporting. Richt had just finished his 14th season in charge in Athens with a career record of 145-51 after beating Georgia Tech 13-7 Saturday. Richt has been successful as..." November 29

  • Rutgers fires Kyle Flood, AD Julie Hermann

    ESPN "The Rutgers Scarlet Knights fired football coach Kyle Flood and athletic director Julie Hermann on Sunday, sources told ESPN's Brett McMurphy. "Signs pointing to cleaning house," a source told ESPN. Flood, who has gone 27-24 since becoming head coach in 2012, said he believed his job was..." November 29

  • Mike London resigns as Virginia football coach

    USA Today "Mike London has resigned as Virginia's football coach, the school announced Sunday. Athletic director Craig Littlepage says in a release from the school that he met with London on Sunday morning and both agreed that a change was in the best interest of the program. The Cavaliers finished 4-8..." November 29

  • Miles to remain coach at LSU, AD says after win

    ESPN "Les Miles will remain as coach at LSU, athletic director Joe Alleva said Saturday night, ending a week of intense speculation that he would not return. A source involved in the talks told ESPN's Joe Schad that the decision to retain Miles was not made until the third quarter of Saturday night's..." November 29

  • Florida receiver Demarcus Robinson suspended for FSU game

    Miami Herald "Demarcus Robinson’s transformation is clearly still a work in progress. Three weeks after Florida coach Jim McElwain said the junior wide receiver had “probably come farther than any guy in our program,” Robinson was suspended for the fourth time in his Gators career Saturday. “He made a..." November 29

  • Toledo's Matt Campbell to become Cyclones' next coach, sources say

    ABC News "Toledo coach Matt Campbell will become Iowa State's next coach, sources confirmed Sunday. Campbell is expected to be in Ames, Iowa, later Sunday, when an official announcement could be made. The Toledo Blade earlier reported the move. " November 29

  • Justin Fuente to succeed Frank Beamer at Virginia Tech

    Yahoo! Sports "It appears Memphis coach Justin Fuente has been tabbed as the man to replace Frank Beamer at Virginia Tech. Multiple reports surfaced Saturday indicating an announcement would be made next week and that defensive coordinator Bud Foster and running backs coach Shane Beamer, the son of Frank..." November 29

  • Tulane fires coach Curtis Johnson after back-to-back 3-9 seasons

    CBS Sports "One of the more challenging coaching jobs in FBS football is open again. Tulane announced Saturday that it has fired Curtis Johnson after four seasons at the helm for the New Orleans native and former New Orleans Saints assistant. Johnson's Green Wave gave up 31 second-half points in a..." November 28

  • Sources: No decision made, but Les Miles likely to be let go soon

    ESPN "Les Miles' final hurrah with LSU could take place Saturday. A source close to the situation told ESPN's Joe Schad that LSU leadership is "heavily in favor" of a change but that a final decision has not been made and that Miles has not been formally informed he will not return. Another source..." November 28

  • Hawaii hires former QB Nick Rolovich as its head coach

    Yahoo! Sports "Nick Rolovich has been named Hawaii’s new head coach. Rolovich was a record-setting quarterback for the Warriors in 2000-01 and was an offensive coordinator under former coach Greg McMackin. He's spent the past four seasons as Nevada's offensive coordinator." November 28

  • Miami suspends Tyre Brady hours before Pittsburgh game

    The Score "Miami's offense will be without receiver Tyre Brady for Friday's game against Pittsburgh, as the school has suspended the sophomore for a violation of team rules. Brady's absence versus the Panthers will mark the third game he's missed this season due to discipline, as he was suspended last..." November 27

  • What would an Iron Bowl upset mean for Auburn?

    Alabama "As disappointing as the 2015 season has been for Auburn, Tiger fans are still holding out hope for a big upset on Saturday. "It would mean that we beat our rival, which is very important to us and very important to this state," said Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn. The odds are stacked against..." November 27

  • FSU Official: Football Players Receive Special Treatment As Dozens Accused Of Sexual Assault Or Domestic Violence

    Deadspin "The former Florida State administrator in charge of the university’s Victim Advocate Office until this past August testified that over nine years, around 40 football players were accused of intimate partner violence or sexual assault, according to court testimony released Wednesday. Earlier..." November 26

  • Washington coach Chris Petersen signs two-year extension, report says

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Chris Petersen has even more to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. The Washington coach signed a two-year extension through the 2020 season that will pay him $4 million per year, Sports Illustrated reported Thursday. Petersen is in his second year with the Huskies after taking over for Steve..." November 26

  • Les Miles calls job speculation a 'pretty prevailing and evident distraction'

    ESPN "Les Miles still doesn't know where he stands as LSU's football coach. At his weekly media briefing after Wednesday's practice, Miles said he has not spoken this week with athletic director Joe Alleva about whether he will return as the Tigers' coach. "I have no idea," said Miles, who has won..." November 26

  • NCAA: Win over Grambling counts toward Cal's bowl eligibility

    The Score "For the first time since 2011, Cal is eligible for a night of bowling. The NCAA confirmed Wednesday that the Golden Bears' season-opening victory against Grambling will count towards the six wins required to play in a bowl game. "We have conferred with both Grambling and the NCAA," Wes..." November 26

  • Wisconsin RB Corey Clement cited for disorderly conduct

    NFL.com "An incident that left Wisconsin running back Corey Clement with an injured hand two weeks ago has resulted in two citations of disorderly conduct for Clement, and the school is backtracking from a statement it released at the time. Clement instigated a fight at his off-campus apartment on Nov...." November 26

  • Tulane to fire coach Curtis Johnson after regular-season finale vs. Tulsa, sources confirm

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "Tulane football coach Curtis Johnson will be fired after Friday's regular-season finale against Tulsa, multiple sources at the school with knowledge of the situation confirmed Wednesday night. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak publicly about..." November 26

  • Nick Saban Issues Update On Kenyan Drake, Won’t Rule Him Out For Iron Bowl

    College Spun "Alabama running back Kenyan Drake suffered a broken arm against Mississippi State back on November 14, but he seems to be recovering rather quickly from the injury. Drake rejoined practice on a limited basis this week, and Saban went as far as to not rule him out for the Iron Bowl. " November 26

  • Report: Rob Ryan could be candidate to take over at Tulane

    Fox Sports - College Football "If Tulane is looking to make a big splash with its next head-coaching hire, it’s to imagine a name making a bigger splash on the New Orleans campus than the one reported by NBC New Orleans on Wednesday night. As FS1 College Football Insider Bruce Feldman reported earlier Wednesday, the Green..." November 26

  • Report: Illinois exploring 2-year extension with interim coach Bill Cubit

    The Score "Illinois is exploring a two-year contract extension with interim head coach Bill Cubit, according to Shannon Ryan of the Chicago Tribune. Illinois interim athletic director Paul Kowalczyk told WSKJ-FM on Wednesday that Cubit's fate would be determined by Sunday. "In my mind, we need to make..." November 26

  • Nation's No. 1 WR recruit Kyle Davis commits to Auburn

    USA Today "Archer (Lawrenceville, Ga.) WR Kyle Davis, ranked No. 1 in the country as his position, announced on Twitter that he’ll be taking his talents to Auburn. Davis had previously committed to South Carolina, but reopened his recruitment in May, now settling with Gus Malzahn and the Tigers." November 25

  • 5 Coaches Who Could Replace Les Miles At LSU

    The Big Lead "Both local beat and national writers are in agreement. It seems a matter of “when” not “if” for Les Miles departing LSU. One would presume if the administration is comfortable with a $15 million buyout, they know who they want. Here are five plausible candidates. Jimbo Fisher: His appeal is..." November 25

  • Kirby Smart is favorite to become South Carolina coach, per report

    Alabama "Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart is the front runner for the vacant South Carolina job, according to a report. FoxSports.com's Bruce Feldman reported Wednesday that Smart had emerged as the frontrunner to replace Steve Spurrier in Columbia. South Carolina had previously targeted Tom..." November 25

  • Gary Patterson wants a six or eight-team playoff

    College Football Talk "Last year TCU’s Gary Patterson took the high road when his 11-1 Horned Frogs, declared co-champions of the Big 12 with Baylor, were passed over by Ohio State for the fourth and final spot in the College Football Playoff. While he may not have been happy about the end result of the first playoff..." November 25

  • Baylor quarterback Jarrett Stidham out for season with broken ankle

    USA Today "No. 7 Baylor is down to its third-string quarterback after freshman Jarrett Stidham was declared out for the season with a broken ankle, according to multiple news outlets. Stidham was making his third start as a replacement for Seth Russell when he was injured Saturday against Oklahoma State. " November 25

  • Les Miles' status leads to LSU losing commitment from 2017 ATH JaCoby Stevens

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "Standout 2017 Tennessee two-way athlete JaCoby Stevens decommitted from LSU Tuesday night. The Tigers' landed Stevens' commitment in September. Stevens' told NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune that the uncertainty surrounding LSU coach Les Miles' job was a factor in his decision." November 25

  • LSU WR Travin Dural has torn hamstring, out for season

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "LSU wide receiver Travin Dural will miss the rest of the season, Les Miles announced Wednesday. Dural has a tear in his hamstring and will undergo surgery, which will require a recovery time of three months, Miles said. The Daily Reveille, which first reported the news, said Dural’s surgery is..." November 25

  • Stanford's Daniel Marx out for season with leg injury

    The Score "Stanford fullback Daniel Marx will miss the rest of the season with a lower leg injury, head coach David Shaw announced Tuesday. The Cardinal backfield will take on a new look as Marx has been instrumental in leading the way for Heisman candidate Christian McCaffrey." November 25

  • Cal seeks bowl waiver in case win over Grambling doesn't count

    CBS Sports "California has submitted a waiver to the NCAA that would allow it to count an FCS win over Grambling toward bowl eligibility, the school told CBSSports.com. Sources initially said there was a question whether Grambling would meet the required two-year rolling average of sponsoring at least 90..." November 25

  • Sources: Houston’s Tom Herman no longer a candidate to coach South Carolina

    Yahoo! Sports "Houston head coach Tom Herman is no longer a candidate to be the football coach at South Carolina, multiple sources have told Yahoo Sports. Herman had been the school's top choice to replace Steve Spurrier, sources said, and third-party discussions had been extensive. But Herman has withdrawn..." November 25

  • Report: Florida coach Randy Shannon to interview for UCF job

    Fox Sports - College Football "According to a report from FOX 35 News, current Florida co-defensive coordinator and associate head coach Randy Shannon will interview for the vacant UCF head coaching position. Aside from two short stints at TCU and Arkansas, respectively, Shannon has spent the bulk of his coaching career in..." November 25

  • 4-Star OL Sean Auwae Announces De-Commitment From UCLA

    College Spun "Kapolei (Hi.) four-star offensive center Sean Auwae just announced his de-commitment from UCLA on Twitter. The 6-foot-4, 285-pound Auwae had been committed to the Bruins since August. " November 25

  • Pharoh Cooper to turn pro after USC season ends

    The State "Saturday’s game against Clemson will be more than just South Carolina’s final chance to salvage its season. It also will be the final chance Gamecock fans have to see wide receiver Pharoh Cooper wearing garnet and black. Cooper, a junior, will forego his final year of eligibility and enter the..." November 25

  • No charges filed in case of alleged rape at home of Nebraska players

    Lincoln Journal Star "Lancaster County Attorney Joe Kelly on Wednesday morning said there will be no charges in the report of a sexual assault at the home of several Nebraska football players because there wasn't "proof beyond a reasonable doubt that a crime occurred, and "that simply is not there." At a news..." November 25

  • MSU expects 3 players back as sixth-year seniors in ’16

    Detroit Free Press "Meet three of Michigan State’s key recruits for 2016: a linebacker, offensive lineman and defensive tackle who will have three bachelor’s degrees, 15 years in the MSU program and 67 years on Earth between them. If all goes as planned, linebacker Ed Davis, offensive guard Brandon Clemons and..." November 25

  • Oklahoma, Iowa join mainstays Clemson and Alabama in CFP top four

    ESPN "The steady and successful play of Oklahoma and Iowa was rewarded Tuesday, as both teams moved into the top four in this week's College Football Playoff rankings. The Sooners (9-1) and Hawkeyes (10-0) fall in at Nos. 3 and 4, respectively, behind top-ranked Clemson and No. 2 Alabama. The two..." November 25

  • Report: LSU to decide Les Miles' future after Saturday's game vs. Texas A&M

    The Score "Whatever happens to Les Miles won't happen until the end of the regular season. Until then, we can still call him the LSU head coach. After 11 years of churning out more wins in Baton Rouge than all but one coach, the last month has encompassed a three-game losing streak. Suddenly, a team once..." November 24

  • One more year for Bill Snyder at Kansas State?

    College Football Talk "It might be hard to imagine a college football world without Bill Snyder on the sidelines at Kansas State. In fact, Snyder made his return to the Wildcats in some of the earliest days of College Football Talk (we’ve grown up so much over that time). With the coaching carousel in full operation,..." November 24

  • Sources: NCAA still uncertain how to fill bowls with 5-7 teams

    ESPN "With fewer than two weeks until bowl invitations are extended, there still remains no solution how the bowls will be filled if there aren't enough bowl-eligible teams. The NCAA's Football Oversight Committee hopes to make a decision next week on how to place teams with 5-7 records, if needed,..." November 24

  • Kenyan Drake Practicing 9 Days After Fracturing Bone in His Arm

    The Big Lead "Kenyan Drake suffered a broken bone in his arm on November 14th against Mississippi State. Nick Saban told the media that Drake would have surgery and they would know more in a “couple few weeks.” " November 24

  • FSU's Jimbo Fisher won't comment on prospect of LSU coaching opportunity

    Orlando Sentinel "FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is widely rumored to be a candidate for the LSU coaching job if the Tigers part ways with current coach Les Miles. Speaking about other jobs – vacant or not – is “unprofessional” and “disrespectful” according to Fisher. The coach was asked what he thought about the LSU..." November 24

  • Texas' head coach Charlie Strong: "I'm not going anywhere"

    Gamedayr "Ever since former Miami Head Coach Al Golden got the boot, Texas’s Charlie Strong keeps getting linked to the Miami job. It’s a classic case of sources saying one thing and the head coach saying another. On Monday, Strong once again reiterated his wish to stay with the Longhorns and finish..." November 24

  • Willie Fritz interested in leaving Georgia Southern for Iowa State

    CBS Sports "Georgia Southern coach Willie Fritz has expressed interest in the Iowa State job, sources told CBS Sports. The 55-year-old Fritz has guided the Eagles to a 16-6 record in two seasons as coach in Statesboro, Ga. The Eagles are currently 7-3 coming off an overtime loss at Georgia. In his first..." November 24

  • Big-name LSU commitment Feleipe Franks withdraws pledge from LSU, has eye on Florida

    The Advocate "LSU lost its only quarterback commitment for the Class of 2016. Four-star recruit Feleipe Franks of Crawfordville, Florida, announced Monday night on Twitter that he decommitted from the Tigers. Franks is a top-five pro-style quarterback nationally, according to the 247sports.com composite..." November 24

  • 4-star safety Chauncey Gardner commits to Florida

    The Score "Florida has landed the commitment of four-star safety Chauncey Gardner, head coach Jim McElwain announced. Gardner will join the Gators as a midyear enrollee." November 24

  • Ed Orgeron on Syracuse football head coaching job: 'My interest would be very high'

    Syracuse.com "His name may or may not be on Mark Coyle's list of head-coaching candidates, but Ed Orgeron would be considered something of a people's choice guy to replace the dismissed Scott Shafer. And earlier today, Orgeron declared that he'd be more than merely intrigued to return to Central New..." November 24

  • Freshman Tyreik Gray leaves UH football program

    Houston Chronicle "True freshman Tyreik Gray, a four-star recruit out of Lamar High School who played in only one game this season, has left the University of Houston football program, a school spokesman said Monday. Gray had one rushing attempt in the season opener against Tennessee Tech but did not play the..." November 24

  • Va. Tech DE Dadi Nicolas suspended for giving Ron Cherry the business

    CBS Sports "Virginia Tech defensive end Dadi Nicolas was penalized for making contact with an official in the Hokies 30-27 overtime loss to North Carolina on Saturday. Because of the personal foul penalty, Nicolas will be suspended for the first half of the season finale against Virginia. Frank Beamer told..." November 23

  • Urban Meyer: 'Wasn't the place' for Ezekiel Elliott's outburst

    ESPN "Urban Meyer couldn't argue with the message that his star running back delivered, but the Ohio State coach wasn't happy with the setting where Ezekiel Elliott delivered it. Elliott apologized to Meyer for criticizing the coaching staff and won't face discipline as the Buckeyes prepare for a..." November 23

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