• Jerry Sandusky seeking new trial four years after being convicted

    The Comeback "Everybody deserves a fair trial. Even Jerry Sandusky. It’s the basic premise of our nation’s judicial system, and nobody should be prevented from having due justice in the court of law. Jerry Sandusky had his day in court, but he wants a new trial. Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant..." May 03

  • Bama gets commitment from No. 6 dual-threat QB Tua Tagovailoa

    ESPN "Alabama and USC won't meet on the field until early September, but the Crimson Tide recorded a big win against the Trojans on the recruiting trail. Tua Tagovailoa, the nation's No. 100 prospect and No. 6 dual-threat quarterback, announced his commitment to Alabama on Monday night over USC,..." May 03

  • Florida State bans Native American headdresses at athletic events

    The Score "Florida State's student government voted to ban all Native American headdresses at sporting events, according to Perry Kostidakis of FSUNews.com. Headdresses are popular among both fans and FSU entertainers who wish to represent the spirit of the Seminoles. However, the long, feathered style..." May 03

  • Utah State dismisses starting OL Tyshon Mosley

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Utah State took a hit to its offensive line. In a release, Aggies head coach Matt Wells announced that guard Tyshon Mosley has been dismissed from the program. The dismissal stems from a violation of team rules. Mosley, a 6-foot-5, 305-pound rising junior, started 20 games for the Aggies..." May 03

  • Dalton Santos announces decision to transfer from Texas

    College Football Talk "An injury kept Dalton Santos from taking the field for Texas for all of 2015. Now, a personal decision will prevent him from doing the same in 2016 and beyond. The Longhorns linebacker took to Twitter Monday to announce that he has decided to leave UT and finish up his playing career elsewhere." May 03

  • Art Briles expects Baylor QB Seth Russell to be cleared for contact next month

    Dallas Morning News "Baylor football coach Art Briles expects quarterback Seth Russell will be cleared for contact next month after undergoing neck surgery in October. Briles shared the news before Tuesday's Big 12 coaches meetings in Phoenix. Russell was cleared to return to preliminary workouts in February...." May 03

  • Mark Richt on NCAA overturning satellite camp ban: ‘I don’t like it’

    Palm Beach Post "The ACC and SEC lobbied for the NCAA to ban satellite camps. Having coached 15 years in the latter conference and five months in the former, you might expect Mark Richt to be against them. You’d be right. “I don’t like it,” he said Monday when asked in a Q&A session with Hurricanes boosters for..." May 03

  • Birds mistake Boise State's blue turf for a lake

    CBS Sports "The human eye has three kinds of cone cells: red, green and blue. According to the National Wildlife Federation, birds have four varieties: red, green, blue and one that's specifically sensitive to ultraviolet (UV) light, plus a "tiny drop of colored oil that human cells lack" that allows birds to..." May 03

  • Big 12 expansion linked to greater CFP chances, research suggests

    ESPN "The Big 12's data research shows that the league will have to make a change to its current format to maximize its chances of making the College Football Playoff. That includes expanding back to 12 teams. Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby said the analytics firm the league recently hired,..." May 03

  • Four Auburn University football players arrested Saturday in Auburn

    Oanow "Four Auburn University football players were arrested on Saturday for possession of marijuana. Sophomores Byron Cowart, Carlton Davis III, Ryan Davis and Jeremiah Dinson were arrested at 11 p.m. Saturday night by Auburn police department on charges of possession of marijuana in the second..." May 03

  • Lowell Narcisse to LSU: Tigers Land 4-Star QB Prospect

    Bleacher Report "According to 247Sports' composite rankings, Narcisse is the No. 5 dual-threat quarterback in the 2017 recruiting class and the No. 108 overall prospect. He's also the fifth-best player in the state of Louisiana. The St. James, Louisiana, native had a junior year to forget. He suffered not..." May 03

  • Putting Ohio State's historic draft showing in perspective

    Fox Sports "The NFL Draft offers a unique perspective on college football. Here are some notes, nuggets and numbers from the 2016 draft. * You can find all sorts of ways in which Nick Saban has transformed the Alabama program since his arrival in 2007. One of the biggest has been just how much tougher and..." May 02

  • Mark Dantonio ‘disappointed’ watching Connor Cook’s draft free fall

    College Football Talk "Every year a player falls unexpectedly in the draft, and this year’s poster boy, aside from Laremy Tunsil‘s gas mask bong and Confederate flag imbroglio, on that front was Connor Cook. The former Michigan State quarterback was thought by some to have a chance at landing toward the end of the..." May 02

  • Details emerge on potential NCAA violation that led to Alabama assistant Bo Davis resigning

    Alabama "Alabama defensive line coach Bo Davis resigned Friday morning, stepping down after two seasons in that role. AL.com has learned that Davis is being investigated by the NCAA for potential impermissible contact with recruits. According to a source familiar with details of the case, Davis is..." May 02

  • Last 2016 5-star football recruit, WR Demetris Robertson, commits to Cal

    SB Nation "Receiver Demetris Robertson, the last uncommitted five-star prospect in the class of 2016, has decided to play his college football at Cal, he announced Sunday. The Savannah Christian Prep (Ga.) product is ranked as the top wide receiver in the country on the 247Sports Composite, as well as the..." May 01

  • Kurt Benkert transferring to Virginia

    Today's U "Former East Carolina quarterback Kurt Benkert is transferring to the Virginia Cavaliers. The gunslinger made the move known via 247Sports. This is clearly a solid get for the Cavs. Year one of Bronco Mendenhall as the leader of young men in Virginia is going to come under much scrutiny, as many..." May 01

  • Troy player dies following motorcycle accident

    Alabama "A Troy University football player was killed Saturday morning while operating a motorcycle in Gulf Shores, police say. Nathan Harris, 19, was killed when the motorcycle he was driving struck the end of a flatbed truck with tandem trailer carrying lumber, Gulf Shores Police Sgt. Jason Woodruff..." May 01

  • “Unhappy” Nick Saban in green room last night

    Pro Football Talk "The man who once said he wasn’t going to be the Alabama coach perhaps wished for a little while last night that he wasn’t the Alabama coach. Nick Saban, who attended the draft at the invitation of the league, waited multiple hours as only one of his former players was picked. As one source who..." May 01

  • Pharaoh Brown, who once faced amputation, returns in spring game

    ESPN "A few weeks ago, Pharaoh Brown sat 100 yards west of Autzen Stadium and tried to imagine what it would be like to finally be back, playing the game that almost took his leg. It was only a year and a half ago that he faced partial amputation of his right leg following an injury that occurred..." May 01

  • Four-star DE Joshua Kaindoh commits to Maryland

    SI "Maryland landed a commitment Saturday from 2017 four-star defensive end Joshua Kaindoh. Scout.com rates Kaindoh, who is originally from Maryland attends the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. as the 90th overall player in the class. He announced his commitment on Twitter." April 30

  • South Carolina picks up 4-star athlete Shawn Smith

    The State "South Carolina picked up a wide receiver commitment Saturday at part of a recruiting cookout held on campus. Brunswick (Ga.) High wide receiver Shawn Smith committed to Will Muschamp and the Gamecocks for the Class of 2017. " April 30

  • Miami's Al-Quadin Muhammad undergoes minor knee surgery

    Palm Beach Post "Defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad, one of the Hurricanes’ top players, had surgery Friday, he announced through his Instagram account. UM later confirmed Muhammad had “a small procedure done on his knee” and would resume football activities in two weeks. A source close to Muhammad said he had an..." April 30

  • Ray Lewis III, son of former NFL player, charged with criminal sexual conduct

    ABC News "Ray Anthony Lewis, III, 20, of Apopka, Fla., was charged with third degree criminal sexual conduct on Friday after police say he sexually assaulted an 18-year-old woman, according to warrants. Lewis is the son of former NFL player Ray Lewis, who retired from the Baltimore Ravens in..." April 29

  • Oklahoma earns commitment from elite Georgia RB Trey Sermon

    Sports Day "Less than five hours after losing four-star wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma bounced back in a big way on the recruiting trail. The Sooners landed a verbal commitment from four-star Marietta (GA) running back Trey Sermon on Friday afternoon." April 29

  • Mississippi vows to “aggressively investigate” Tunsil’s admission of getting paid

    Pro Football Talk "On a night that the Ole Miss football program should have been celebrating the placement of three of its former players into the first round of the draft, the Rebels are reeling from the admission of left tackle Laremy Tunsil that he was paid while in college. “I’d have to say yeah,” Tunsil..." April 29

  • Report: Longtime Alabama assistant to lose job due to recruiting violations

    CBS Sports "Longtime Nick Saban assistant Bo Davis is reportedly on his way out as a result of alleged recruiting violations. The Tuscaloosa News is reporting that Davis, a defensive line coach for Alabama during two different stints under Saban, "is expected to resign or be fired from his job" after both..." April 28

  • Hawaii's Tulimasealii arrested for 2nd time in two weeks

    The Score "Hawaii defensive lineman Kennedy Tulimasealii was arrested for the second time in two weeks on Monday, this time for criminal property damage. The Rainbow Warriors standout was arrested earlier in April following an altercation with his ex-girlfriend and charged with suspicion of abuse,..." April 28

  • NCAA rescinds satellite camp ban, schools already planning camps

    CBS Sports "OK, so maybe summer camp and satellite camps aren't the same thing, but nearly three weeks after a decision was made by the Division-I Council to place a ban on satellite camps, the NCAA has stepped in and said not so fast. "The Division I Board of Directors today rescinded a rule prohibiting..." April 28

  • 2 Colorado football players arrested, accused of stealing PlayStation, laptop

    Daily Camera "Two University of Colorado football players were arrested early this morning and have been suspended indefinitely from the team after campus police say they stole items from a dorm room in Willard Hall earlier this month. Nu'umoto "N.J." Falo, 19, and Donald "Dino" Gordon, 20, were both booked..." April 28

  • Miami Hurricanes RB Allegedly Posed As A Cop, Groped A Woman And Had The Balls To Ask Victim For A Date

    BroBible "The Miami Hurricanes may have hired a new head football coach this offseason in Mark Richt, but it seems as if some of the same problems persist after the news that freshman running back Mark Walton was recently busted by cops—and you won’t believe the perverse act that caused his arrest. After..." April 28

  • Idaho makes move to FCS, Big Sky official

    College Football Talk "Less than 24 hours after the first reports surfaced, Idaho has confirmed it is dropping down a rung on the college football ladder. The university announced at a press conference Thursday that the Vandals football program will indeed move down from the FBS to the FCS and compete in the Big Sky..." April 28

  • 'He just started screaming': Myles Brennan's commitment brought LSU's Les Miles to tears

    The Advocate "When Myles Brennan made the short trip to Baton Rouge last weekend with his parents, Owen and Megan, and St. Stanislaus coach Bill Conides, he was hopeful but not expectant. The Rockachaws quarterback had visited Oklahoma State earlier in the month to see what the Cowboys were all about but..." April 28

  • Meet the fitness guru who shapes up Jared Goff and Carson Wentz

    Fox Sports "Heard of Ryan Flaherty? My hunch is you probably haven't, but he's about to have a unique distinction. After Thursday's NFL Draft, the 33-year-old former Utah State wide receiver-turned-strength/speed coach will have trained the top two overall picks in each of the past two drafts. Last year it..." April 28

  • Eastern Michigan has no plans to drop down from Division I football

    The Score "All those calling for Eastern Michigan to give up football are going to be sorely disappointed. The Eagles released a statement Tuesday, saying the university has no plans to get rid of the football program. We want to collectively reiterate that any notion, suggestion, or headline that in..." April 28

  • Penn State dismisses tight end Brent Wilkerson

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Penn State officially dismissed a tight end from the football team today after State College police charged him on March 8 with misdemeanor indecent assault and a summary count of harassment. The team had suspended Brent Wilkerson, 21, of Clinton, Md., indefinitely March 15. The redshirt senior..." April 28

  • Idaho Vandals football to officially drop to FCS in Thursday announcement

    Underdog Dynasty "After losing membership in the Sunbelt Conference after the 2017 season, Idaho Vandals football will drop from FBS to FCS in an announcement from school president Chuck Staben on Thursday, according to a report from FootballScoop.com. On March 1, the Sunbelt voted to revoke the football..." April 27

  • Colorado slashes student season-ticket price by 40 percent as sales decline

    Daily Camera "In a bid to draw more students to home sporting events, the University of Colorado is dropping the price of its student season-ticket pass by more than 40 percent. Students can buy season passes that give them access to all home football games, all men's and women's basketball games and other..." April 27

  • Colorado coach confident Davis Webb will honor transfer commitment

    ESPN "Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre said he's confident that former Texas Tech quarterback Davis Webb will keep his commitment to the Buffaloes and join the team as a graduate transfer. "I talk to Davis Webb basically every day," MacIntyre said Tuesday. "Almost every night. He's told me every time..." April 27

  • In open letter, Eastern Michigan says 'we have absolutely no plans to eliminate football'

    Detroit Free Press "Eastern Michigan University's top leaders were blunt in an open letter sent Tuesday to their community – we've got no plans to ever drop football and we're not thinking about switching conferences. "We have absolutely no plans to eliminate football or move into any other division or..." April 27

  • Auburn Grad Claims That Lane Kiffin Has A Secret Tinder And Snapchat To Pick Up Girls

    BroBible "Another day, another Lane Kiffin story to top our last favorite Lane Kiffin story. This one comes from the internet sleuths at Busted Coverage, who reached out to Auburn grad Ashley Spry a.k.a. @NoChillary2016 on Twitter about an alleged Tinder/Snapchat exchange she had with the offensive..." April 26

  • Florida-Miami rivalry to be renewed in 2019 season opener

    The Score "A rivalry renewed. After not playing since 2013, Miami and Florida are set to square off to open the 2019 campaign. "We are pleased to have partnered with Florida Citrus Sports and ESPN Events to kick off the 2019 season against Miami,'' Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley said. "Orlando..." April 26

  • Virginia Tech suspends Adonis Alexander, Houshun Gaines indefinitely

    Washington Post "Virginia Tech indefinitely suspended starting cornerback Adonis Alexander and freshman defensive end Houshun Gaines, head Coach Justin Fuente announced Tuesday on the team’s Twitter account. Although Virginia Tech did not provide a reason for either suspension, both players were charged with..." April 26

  • East Carolina's Kurt Benkert to transfer

    Yahoo! Sports "Kurt Benkert is leaving East Carolina. The program announced Monday that Benkert, a junior quarterback, has decided to pursue a graduate transfer once he earns his degree. According to a release from the program, Benkert is on track to graduate with a degree in business administration in..." April 26

  • Department of Justice looking into satellite camp ban

    USA Today "The United States Department of Justice has begun an informal inquiry into the topic of satellite camps by calling college football coaches, conference commissioners and college administrators, two people with knowledge of the matter told USA TODAY Sports. The people spoke on the condition of..." April 26

  • Police report shows former Baylor DE Shawn Oakman accused of assault in 2013

    CBS Sports "According to a report from Rivals' Alex Dunlap, former Baylor defensive end Shawn Oakman was accused of assault by an ex-girlfriend in 2013. The police report of the alleged incident states that Oakman was accused of grabbing the alleged victim and shoving her into a wall. The fight continued..." April 25

  • Auburn QB Barrett willing to play other roles for Tigers

    SEC Country "Woody Barrett is still developing as a quarterback and he knows it. The incoming Auburn freshman will be in the mix for the starting job in August, but he’s just fine if he has to sit out the season or play other roles. In fact, he’s OK with serving as the Tigers’ Wildcat quarterback in the..." April 24

  • UCLA's Kenny Clark's path to the NFL draft shaped by his father's murder conviction

    ESPN "Kenny Clark Jr., all 6-foot-3, 314 pounds of him, settled as best he could onto the hard, courtroom bench inside the Ronald Reagan Federal Building in Santa Ana, California. The former UCLA defensive tackle squeezed in between his mom and brother, with his twin sisters and a cousin nearby. Soon..." April 24

  • 4-star cornerback Jermani Brown decommits from Arizona State

    College Spun "Midlothian (Va.) four-star athlete Jermani Brown announced his de-commitment on Twitter moments ago. " April 24

  • Paul Chryst hasn't decided on Wisconsin's starting quarterback

    The Score "Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst hasn't settled on whether it'll be Alex Hornibrook or Bart Houston taking snaps this season for the Badgers. ''I told them the other day we're not where we want to be, but I don't think they're behind schedule,'' Chryst said. Houston is more experienced, but..." April 24

  • Miami suspends Hurricanes rusher Mark Walton following arrest

    College Spun "Miami football has announced the suspension of rising sophomore running back Mark Walton, following his arrest. The school put out a statement about Walton this morning. There are multiple reports about what Walton has been arrested for. AP writer Tim Reynolds reports that it was for DUI…" April 23