• USC says AD Pat Haden hospitalized after lightheadedness

    ESPN "USC Trojans athletic director Pat Haden became faint on campus Wednesday and was hospitalized to undergo tests, the school announced. Sports information director Tim Tessalone said Haden, 63, was in stable condition and resting comfortably. No details on the type of testing were..." February 10

  • SEC commissioner does not want to partake in 'childhood use of Twitter' with Jim Harbaugh

    Alabama "The SEC's request to block programs such as Michigan from conducting practices during spring break is not about eliminating competitive advantages, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey told AL.com. The SEC asked the NCAA recently to block programs from holding practices during spring break due to time..." February 10

  • Could 2017 be a historic recruiting year in Alabama and Mobile?

    Alabama "The 2017 recruiting cycle could prove historic in the state of Alabama. The state boasts more players who are likely to sign with FBS programs than ever before, according to Scout.com recruiting analyst John Garcia Jr. "We say this every year, but the talent is more recognizable and more..." February 10

  • The Catalina O-Line Mixer: Auburn sends recruit a hilarious 'Step Brothers' poster

    Alabama "Football coaches, along with their marketing teams, have been pumping out recruiting fliers for several years. Some piece are straightforward and serious. Others are silly. This poster Auburn offensive line coach Herb Hand shared with Rhode Island offensive tackle Tyler Catalina falls in the..." February 10

  • Report: Ole Miss football cited for 13 violations, nine under Hugh Freeze

    CBS Sports "Just under half of the 28 NCAA violations alleged against the Ole Miss athletic program involve the Rebels football team with most of those occurring under the current coaching staff, the Associated Press reported on Tuesday. Though initial reports following the NCAA's Notice of Allegations..." February 10

  • Scout Names Alabama Commit Najee Harris No. 1 Recruit In Class Of 2017

    College Spun "In the class of 2016, all four major recruiting websites named Michigan-bound defensive tackle Rashan Gary their No. 1 ranked recruit. Things are a bit more interesting in the class of 2017. 247Sports and ESPN have Dylan Moses atop their rankings, while Scout has named running back Najee Harris,..." February 10

  • Athletes named in sexual assault lawsuit filed against University of Tennessee

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Six women, listed only as "Jane Does," filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday claiming the University of Tennessee has created a culture that enables sexual assaults. In the lawsuit, the plaintiffs claim the university "uses an unusual, legalistic adjudication process" against victims who step forward..." February 10

  • Tennessee self-reports minor NCAA violations in football program

    College Football Talk "The Tennessee football program committed three recruiting violations between 2014 and January 2016, but do not expect the Vols to be having any NCAA hammer dropped on them. The NCAA has already accepted the school’s self-imposed sanctions and is moving on. The four minor violations were among 18..." February 09

  • Kyle Allen says he left Texas A&M because of the Manziel culture

    USA Today "Kyle Allen left Texas A&M because of the leftover culture from the Johnny Manziel era: Basically, we can do whatever we want all week and still win on Saturday. In an interview with CBS Sports, Allen said: “I think the culture was a big part of it, and I think that stems from Johnny's era..." February 09

  • Temple votes to pursue on-campus stadium

    Philly.com "Despite a boisterous protest outside its meeting, and blistering comments from community members inside, Temple University's board of trustees on Monday decided to take the next step in pursuing an on-campus stadium. Their unanimous vote came without debate following about an hour of comments..." February 09

  • Duke dual-threat QB Thomas Sirk suffers ruptured Achilles tendon

    College Football Talk "Duke quarterback Thomas Sirk will be out of offseason workouts indefinitely after suffering a ruptured left Achilles tendon this morning. The school announced via Twitter he is scheduled for surgery on Wednesday. Sirk led the Blue Devils in passing in 2015 with 2,625 yards and 16 touchdowns..." February 09

  • Ex-U-M football player pleads guilty to illegally videotaping sex

    Michigan Live "A former Michigan football player has pleaded guilty to filming a woman without consent during sex. Logan Tuley-Tillman, 20, pleaded guilty to capturing or distributing an image of an unclothed person and using a computer to commit a crime during a pretrial hearing on Feb. 8 in Washtenaw County..." February 09

  • SEC looking to block Michigan from holding spring practice in Florida

    CBS Sports "The SEC has asked the NCAA to prohibit college football teams from holding spring practice during spring break, commissioner Greg Sankey told CBS Sports on Tuesday. The move is obviously a direct response to Michigan's recent announcement that it would conduct part of its spring practice at IMG..." February 09

  • See what Sun Devil Stadium will look like after renovation

    Arizona Republic "New renderings of Arizona State's remodeled Sun Devil Stadium were released Monday, showing what the stadium will look like after phase 2 of work is complete in September and what the final product will look like in September 2017. The $256-million stadium reconstruction is being completed in..." February 09

  • Former Oregon Ducks Quarterback Morgan Mahalak Transfers to Towson

    Addicted to Quack "Morgan Mahalak's career with the Oregon Ducks is over as he takes his talents to the east coast. Mahalak will transfer to Towson, an FCS school in Maryland, per several media outlets. Mahalak was a four-star recruit and the fifth-ranked dual-threat quarterback of the 2014 class. " February 09

  • Ohio State's Joey Bosa could be the next Von Miller

    Fox Sports - College Football "As Denver Broncos Super Bowl MVP Von Miller reminded us yet again, there's perhaps no more impactful player on a football field than an unstoppable pass-rusher -- more so even than a star quarterback like Cam Newton. As NFL teams turn their attention toward this spring's draft they'll..." February 09

  • Quarterback Matt Corral, a 2018 recruit, commits to USC

    Los Angeles Times "USC made an early impression on quarterback Matt Corral, who is not scheduled to graduate from Westlake Village Oaks Christian until 2018, but made a verbal commitment to the Trojans on Friday. “I’m very happy to announce that I am fully committing to the University of Southern California!”..." February 08

  • NCAA denies Syracuse QB Terrel Hunt's appeal for sixth season

    Sporting News - NCAAF "The NCAA has denied Syracuse's appeal in an effort to get Orange quarterback Terrel Hunt a sixth season of eligibility, The Daily Orange reported Monday. Hunt, who threw for 1,638 yards and 10 touchdowns as a redshirt sophomore in 2013, missed all but five games of his junior season because of..." February 08

  • Ole Miss QB Ryan Buchanan leaves team

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Ole Miss is down to just three scholarship quarterbacks. Ryan Buchanan, who was set to be a redshirt junior in the fall, has decided to call it a career in order to focus on his academics. “I came to the conclusion a few months ago that football would not be my future and it was time to start..." February 08

  • Report: U-M WR Cole transferring to Kentucky

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan has lost another formerly highly ranked recruit from its football team. According to a report on the Kentucky Rivals site, second-year receiver Brian Cole is transferring to the Wildcats. Cole, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound athlete from Saginaw Heritage, played early in three games during..." February 08

  • 2017 QB N'Kosi Perry Decommits from Miami

    State of the U "After saying his commitment to Miami was solid following a meeting with Mark Richt, 2017 commit QB N'Kosi Perry decommitted from Miami this evening Perry, the Florida 6A player of the year in 2015, is a very good prospect at the quarterback position. However, his dual threat talents are best..." February 08

  • Mallard Creek wide receiver Ryan Jones commits to play football for UNC

    Charlotte Observer "Mallard Creek High wide receiver Ryan Jones, a 6-foot-2, 202-pound junior, committed to North Carolina Friday morning, Mavericks football coach Mike Palmieri said. Jones is rated a 4-star recruit nationally by ESPN (out of five stars) and is ranked No. 4 overall in North Carolina. Earlier this..." February 08

  • Seth Collins, former Oregon State quarterback, transfers to Northern Illinois

    Oregonian "Less than two weeks after announcing his transfer from Oregon State, Seth Collins has found his latest destination, as Northern Illinois announced Thursday that Collins has joined the program. Collins' one season in Corvallis was part dazzling, part inconsistent. As a true freshman, he started..." February 08

  • Missouri running back Morgan Steward retires from football

    Kansas City Star "Missouri running back Morgan Steward, who would have been a redshirt senior next fall, has retired from football, a team spokesman confirmed. Steward, a Staley graduate and Kansas City native appeared in only three games during the last two seasons after suffering a hip injury Aug. 8, 2014,..." February 08

  • 4-Star OT Netori Johnson Decommits From Alabama

    College Spun "With National Signing Day behind us, it’s now time for the 2017 recruiting cycle to take center stage. Players can now begin to make final preparations for their moment in the spotlight. On Friday, one of those players was four-star offensive tackle Netori Johnson, who announced his decision..." February 08

  • Michigan-ND football series appears to be gaining momentum

    Notre Dame Insider "The thaw in the Notre Dame-Michigan football scheduling cold war is picking up momentum, but some new logistical hurdles are in play now that didn’t exist when the series took an indefinite hiatus. Michigan interim athletic director Jim Hackett, appearing Friday morning on the “Michigan..." February 08

  • Source: Western Kentucky hires ex-Houston coach Levine as assistant

    Fox Sports - College Football "Former Houston head coach Tony Levine will join the Western Kentucky staff as an offensive assistant and special teams coordinator, a source told FOX Sports Monday. The 43-year-old Levine spent three seasons as the head coach at Houston and went 21-17. The former University of Minnesota wide..." February 08

  • Syracuse football defensive ends Qaadir Sheppard, Amir Ealey dismissed from program

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse football defensive ends Amir Ealey and Qaadir Sheppard have been dismissed from the program for a violation of team policy, according to SU athletics spokesman Mike Morrison. Their dismissal comes a little more than two months after both were suspended indefinitely following a second..." February 08

  • 4-star Caleb Kelly chose Oklahoma over Notre Dame by picking out of a hat

    The Score "Caleb Kelly executed what could've been one of the more entertaining signing day picks had he done it on national television. The four-star linebacker, who signed with Oklahoma late in the evening of signing day, chose the Sooners over Notre Dame because that's the school he picked out of a..." February 08

  • Pitt star RB James Conner expected to play in 2016 after cancer diagnosis

    CBS Sports "Pittsburgh running back James Conner was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma in December, and the 2014 ACC Player of the Year is back running and working out at the Pitt facility. Coach Pat Narduzzi spoke with ESPN's Jared Shanker and said he expects Conner to be back playing with the Panthers in..." February 06

  • Oregon Ducks running back Thomas Tyner to retire from football

    Oregonian "On Wednesday, Oregon coach Mark Helfrich was vague when asked about running back Thomas Tyner's availability for the Ducks' upcoming spring practices. Two days later, it's clear: Tyner, the former five-star recruit who set Oregon prep rushing records at Aloha High School, is taking a medical..." February 06

  • USC Athletic Director Pat Haden To Step Down In June

    Deadspin "Pat Haden will step down from his role as Trojans athletic director on June 30, according to a USC alumni email sent by school president C.L. Max Nikias. Though Haden will no longer be the AD, he will take on a new role involving the renovation of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. An excerpt..." February 05

  • Florida’s Treon Harris Reportedly Moving From Quarterback To Wide Receiver

    College Spun "Following offensive struggles last season, the Florida Gators are reportedly moving some things around at the quarterback position heading into next season. According to a report by Gridiron Now, Treon Harris will be moving from quarterback to wide receiver this off-season. Harris, who stepped..." February 05

  • Post-signing day coaching shuffle is an annual tradition

    College Football Talk "It may just be a coincidence, but it never fails. As soon as the ink dries on the faxes from National Signing Day, assistant coaches change jobs left and right. Of course, this may be a coincidence because signing day still falls in the prime time for assistants to be on the move, which typically..." February 05

  • Ex-Texas A&M OC Jake Spavital expected to become Cal OC

    SI "Former Texas A&M offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jake Spavital is expected to be the new offensive coordinator for California coach Sonny Dykes, according to sources. One of college football's brightest young offensive minds, the 30-year-old Spavital and Texas A&M decided to..." February 05

  • Michigan's glitzy Signing Day showcase raised $120,000 for cancer research

    Fox Sports "Michigan's glitzy Signing of the Stars showcase on Wednesday not only celebrated the signing of the nation's top recruit, Rashan Gary -- and helped coaching legend Lou Holtz learn what dabbing is -- it also has raised over $120,000 so far for the Chad Tough foundation, honoring the late Chad Carr..." February 05

  • NCAA to review graduate transfer rules and impact on APR scores

    College Football Talk "The NCAA could be preparing to change the way graduate transfers are counted on Academic Progress Rate scores as an increasing number of players take advantage of the graduate transfer rule without earning a second diploma. The NCAA’s Division I academic committee announced it will consider..." February 05

  • Mizzou commit couldn't sign letter of intent because he was in jail

    CBS Sports "Marvin Terry, a three-star linebacker out of Dallas, Texas, was the first player to commit to Missouri once Barry Odom took over as its coach. When National Signing Day came and went on Wednesday, however, the Tigers never received Terry's National Letter of Intent. But he had a good excuse ......" February 05

  • NCAA to discuss instant replay, changing targeting rule

    The Score "The NCAA is expected to readdress the targeting rule and how it could be modified to give on-field officials more flexibility in judging the call. The committee will review the targeting rule, as well as the experimental rule that permitted medical spotters in the press box last season, during..." February 04

  • Stanford signee Thomas Schaffer becomes first Austrian-born player

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "While there was a lot of fanfare surrounding recruiting class and which programs signed the best group of individuals, Stanford might have had the most unique individual of all. Defensive lineman Thomas Schaffer signed with the Cardinal and became the first Austrian to play in the FBS. "I..." February 04

  • Five-star LB Caleb Kelly spurns Pac-12, Notre Dame to sign with Oklahoma

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Blue-chip linebacker Caleb Kelly left his California roots behind Wednesday as he chose Oklahoma over Notre Dame. The No. 25 overall prospect in the Class of 2016 is expected to make a huge impact for the Sooners. Kelly's size (6-3, 215 pounds) and speed helped him win the Butkus Award,..." February 04

  • Ohio State WR Corey Smith granted 6th year of eligibility, Urban Meyer confirms

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State coach Urban Meyer confirmed on his National Signing Day radio show that receiver Corey Smith has been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA. Smith suffered a broken leg last year against Indiana and missed the final eight games of the season, including the Fiesta Bowl win..." February 04

  • Air Force signs Troy Calhoun to contract extension

    College Football Talk "On the same day he put together yet another recruiting class at one of the nation’s service academies, Troy Calhoun was also on the receiving end of a little additional “security.” In a press release, Air Force announced that it has reached an agreement with Calhoun on a one-year contract..." February 04

  • U-M frosh RB Walker has no plans for ‘riding the bench’

    Detroit Free Press "Kareem Walker has been on Michigan’s campus for less than a month. But he already has a sense of where he fits on the team. The DePaul (N.J.) Catholic four-star product, who finished as the No. 4 overall running back in the 247Sports composite rankings, isn’t planning on waiting this..." February 04

  • TCU CB Julius Lewis likely out for season

    Frogs O' War "Earlier today, during his National Signing Day press conference, Gary Patterson announced that freshman cornerback Julius Lewis suffered an injury during offseason workouts that will likely keep him out for the 2016 season. Losing Lewis is a huge blow to a TCU secondary that is already dealing..." February 04

  • Report: WKU, Brohm agree to contract extension

    Louisville Courier-Journal "Western Kentucky officials and football coach Jeff Brohm have reportedly agreed to a contract extension running through 2019 that will bump the Louisville native's base pay significantly. According to the Bowling Green Daily News, pending Board of Regents approval Brohm's salary will increase..." February 04

  • Karamo Dioubate to Temple: Owls Land 4-Star DT Prospect

    Bleacher Report "After a lengthy recruiting process, defensive tackle Karamo Dioubate made his collegiate decision on Wednesday by committing to Temple. Rick O'Brien of the Philadelphia Inquirer provided a picture of Dioubate's announcement According to 247Sports, the Philadelphia native is a 4-star prospect..." February 04

  • 2016 National Signing Day: Complete list of top commitments

    CBS Sports "Below is a list of the top previously uncommitted prospects in the country and which teams they signed with Wednesday during 2016 National Signing Day. " February 03

  • Michigan shows the future of National Signing Day: An even bigger spectacle

    CBS Sports "I have seen the future of National Signing Day, and it's Jim Harbaugh asking Lou Holtz to dab on the stage of a star-studded, marketing extravaganza for Michigan. “What is a dab?” asked Holtz, who won the last national championship at Notre Dame, a rival of Michigan. “It's like sneezing into..." February 03

  • Five-star Jack Jones commits to USC in video interview with Snoop Dogg

    CBS Sports "Five-star athlete/cornerback Jack Jones committed to USC on Wednesdaay, with some help from Snoop Dogg. Jones' father is an old friend of Snoop and Jones played in Snoop's youth league before going on to Long Beach Poly. You can watch the full video of Jones' announcement, where he's..." February 03

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