• Alabama Signees Adonis Thomas, Damien Harris Vow To “Bring The Dynasty Back” On Twitter

    College Spun "Alabama football certainly is not down – the Crimson Tide were the No. 1 seed in this past year’s College Football Playoff before losing to Ohio State. But the program has gone two years without winning the national title, so it’s fair to say that Alabama is no longer a “dynasty” in the true sense..." March 01

  • Richt says Georgia's QB job 'wide open'

    Macon Telegraph "Through the many changes to Georgia's roster and coaching staff since Mark Richt took over in 2001, there had been one constant: Mike Bobo. The former Bulldog quarterback was part of Richt's first staff in 2001, hired to coach his old position. In 2007, he was promoted to offensive coordinator and..." March 01

  • Former TCU Wide Receiver Cam White Headed To Rutgers

    Frogs O' War "The former TCU wide receiver is set to graduate in May. Earlier today, former TCU wide receiver Cam White tweeted that upon graduation from TCU, he would be headed to Rutgers to finish out his collegiate football career. White did not play for TCU in 2014 due to concussions suffered in..." March 01

  • Kentucky transfer Maxwell Smith looks sharp; Rodrigues less impressive

    San Diego Union-Tribune "Observations and tidbits from the first week of San Diego State football’s spring workouts. Two caveats here: They’ve had only three practices (two open to the media) and an intrasquad scrimmage, so it’s early. And the coaches know a heck of a lot more about what they’re seeing than anybody in..." March 01

  • Stanford has questions on right side of offensive line

    San Jose Mercury News "There's clarity on Stanford's blind side. Kyle Murphy, the new left tackle, played the position in high school and needed just a handful of practices this week for it to "feel completely natural." But on the right side, there's relative chaos. The combination of injuries and Murphy's switch..." March 01

  • North Carolina's Marquise Williams to miss spring practices due to injured hip

    The Score "North Carolina will be without an offensive leader as it heads into spring football practice. The Tar Heels announced Friday that quarterback Marquise Williams will be unavailable for spring camp, which opens on Sunday, due to a hip injury." March 01

  • Will Muschamp: DE Carl Lawson expected 'to partake in a good bit of spring' practice

    Columbus Ledger-Enquirer "Carl Lawson will be back on the field when Auburn opens spring practice March 10. The only question now is, how much will the third-year sophomore participate? "(The coaches) haven't made those decisions. Our doctors will make those decisions," defensive coordinator Will Muschamp said Friday in..." March 01

  • Miami CB Antonio Crawford released from football team

    Fox Sports Florida "Miami rising senior cornerback Antonio Crawford is no longer part of the football program, UM officially announced on Saturday. Crawford, who played in 38 games (two starts) from 2012-14, had not been participating in spring practice and had expressed his discontent via social media over the..." March 01

  • QB Caleb Rowe, RB Wes Brown to sit for Terps this spring

    College Football Talk "Two important pieces of Maryland’s offensive puzzle will be sidelined as the Terrapins begin preparations for the 2015 season in earnest. Friday, head coach Randy Edsall confirmed that both quarterback Caleb Rowe (pictured, right) and running back Wes Brown (pictured, left) will be..." March 01

  • John Chavis files lawsuit against LSU, Texas A&M over contract dispute

    CBSSports.com "Breakups can be so messy. According to KBTX.com, former LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis has filed a lawsuit against both LSU and Texas A&M over his contract situation. The root of the issue is whether LSU is owed money for Chavis leaving the school to take the same job at Texas A&M, and..." February 28

  • Former UNLV RB David Peebles dead at 29

    CBSSports.com "Former UNLV running back David Peeple died Wednesday at the age of 29. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Peeples died at Mountain View Hospital and the cause of his death is yet to be determined. Peeples was a star player at Cheyenne High School, and was named the Gatorade Nevada..." February 28

  • Booted Baylor RB Silas Nacita apologizes for misleading comments

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Former Baylor walk-on running back Silas Nacita caused a nationwide stir on Wednesday when he tweeted that he was wrongfully kicked off the team for accepting housing from "close family friends" while he was homeless. He apologized on Thursday. "The bottom line is that I broke the rules," he..." February 27

  • Ineligible Baylor walk-on: ‘Bottom line is I broke the rules’

    College Football Talk "Now we have a little further clarity to a situation that blew-up Wednesday afternoon. Earlier that day, Baylor walk-on Silas Nacita tweeted that he had been declared ineligible by the NCAA for receiving impermissible benefits in the form of housing “instead of choosing to be homeless” as he put..." February 26

  • OSU wide receiver Samples plans to transfer

    Tulsa World "Wide receiver Ra'Shaad Samples apparently intends to transfer from the Oklahoma State football program. Tuesday, he tweeted this message: "Thankful for everything Oklahoma State has done for me time to start a new chapter." As a highly regarded recruit who was coached by his father, Reginald..." February 26

  • TCU QB Boykin to undergo wrist surgery

    Fox Sports Southwest "TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin plans to have surgery to repair a fractured bone in his left, non-throwing wrist the first week of April, head coach Gary Patterson said Wednesday. He suffered the injury last season but played with a soft cast late in the season. TCU begins spring practice on..." February 26

  • Linebacker Alton Meeks is leaving Iowa State

    Des Moines Register "The Iowa State football team has lost another player with starting experience. Iowa State spokesperson Mike Green said Wednesday that linebacker Alton Meeks is no longer a part of the team and is seeking a transfer. Meeks, who completed his redshirt freshman season for the Cyclones in 2014,..." February 26

  • Syracuse football DT Marcus Coleman likely to be medically disqualified due to chronic foot injuries

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse redshirt junior defensive tackle Marcus Coleman is expected to be medically disqualified after battling chronic foot issues, SU head coach Scott Shafer said on Tuesday. The decision for him to stop playing was made after Coleman "had some procedures" this winter and was unable to play..." February 26

  • Wolf Pack adds former UCLA lineman

    The Examiner "The Nevada Wolf Pack is hoping Kevin McReynolds finally realizes his four-star potential. McReynolds, who will graduate from UCLA this spring, was added to the Wolf Pack roster this week with one year of eligibility left. The 6-foot-2, 300-pound McReynolds never saw regular playing time at UCLA..." February 26

  • Ex-Auburn players Kodi Burns, Ryan Pugh land coaching jobs

    College Football Talk "A pair of recent Auburn Tiger football players are continuing their climb up the coaching ladder. As had been previously reported as a possibility, Middle Tennessee State announced this past Sunday that Kodi Burns has been hired as Rick Stockstill‘s wide receivers coach. Burns spent 2013 as an..." February 26

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    The NCAA did not declare Silas Nacita ineligible and Baylor has not requested a waiver for him.

  • Once-homeless Baylor RB ineligible

    ESPN.com "Baylor walk-on running back Silas Nacita announced that the NCAA ruled him ineligible because he accepted impermissible benefits while he was homeless last summer. Nacita, a backup who rushed for three touchdowns last season, walked on to the Baylor program in the summer of 2014 after being..." February 25

  • Has OSU repaired its Cass Tech relationship?

    Detroit Free Press "Just a few weeks ago, Detroit Cass Tech football coach Thomas Wilcher was eviscerating Ohio State counterpart Urban Meyer for misleading Cass running back Mike Weber leading up to National Signing Day. Weber went down to the wire in deciding between OSU and archrival Michigan. He picked the..." February 25

  • Clairton's Titus Howard dismissed from Pitt football team

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Titus Howard's once-promising Pitt career ended Monday when coach Pat Narduzzi dismissed him for violation of team policy, school officials announced. Howard, a sophomore from Clairton, was suspended for the entire 2014 season by former coach Paul Chryst for disciplinary reasons. He remained..." February 25

  • The South keeps 91 percent of its top football recruits home, more than any other region

    SB Nation "split the country into five regions and found where the top 100 247Sports Composite recruits in each of the past five recruiting classes are from. Then I looked at which region each player went to for college. It's no secret that the best high school football players are in the South. And even..." February 25

  • Texas lands commitment from four-star Arlington Lamar QB Shane Buechele

    Dallas Morning News "Texas might have finally found its quarterback of the future. On Monday night, the Longhorns pulled in one of the state’s top quarterback in the 2016 class in four-star Arlington Lamar product Shane Buechele. Rivals.com ranks Buechele as the No. 6 dual-threat quarterback in the nation and..." February 24

  • Arkansas DE Tevin Beanum arrested for DWI

    Yahoo! Sports "Arkansas defensive end Tevin Beanum was arrested and charged with DWI after being pulled over early Sunday morning in Fayetteville. According to KNWA, Beanum, who recently finished his redshirt freshman season with the Razorbacks, was driving with his bright headlights on around 2:26 a.m...." February 24

  • LSU receives a commitment from Florida five-star DB Saivion Smith

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "LSU received a big commitment Tuesday when defensive back Saivion Smith, from Bradenton, Florida, declared for the Tigers on ESPNU. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound prospect is listed as the number one cornerback prospect in the country by Rivals.com, 247Sports, Scout.com and ESPN. The IMG Academy..." February 24

  • UCLA hires Tom Bradley as DC

    ESPN Los Angeles "UCLA coach Jim Mora has hired longtime Penn State assistant and West Virginia defensive line coach Tom Bradley as his new defensive coordinator, according to a source close to the team. Bradley is expected to be on campus Tuesday, though no timetable for a formal announcement has been set,..." February 24

  • Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers is hungry to prove himself

    College Football Talk "When Michigan added defensive back Jabrill Peppers in the Class of 2014, the expectations were incredibly high. Unfortunately for Peppers, and for Michigan, things did not play out as scripted last fall. Peppers was redshirted in November after a pair of leg injuries slowed him down earlier in the..." February 24

  • WR Fitzpatrick taking his time with UM offer

    Detroit News "Farmington High junior wide receiver Desmond Fitzpatrick admits that throughout his childhood he was a big fan of Michigan football. In his middle school years, it was not uncommon to see him dressed in Maize and Blue at school, and he grew up emulating Wolverine receivers such as Desmond Howard,..." February 24

  • Michigan's Jim Harbaugh compares spring practice to childbirth

    CBSSports.com "Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh spent years dropping fantastic quotes at Stanford before the NFL stole his larger-than-life personality for a few years. Now that he's back in college football, all of Harbaugh's emotion, energy and wit are back as well for us to enjoy. Harbaugh sat down with..." February 24

  • Coach Briles bent on building dynasty at Baylor

    Fox Sports Southwest "Baylor football coach Art Briles is more Steve Jobs than Darth Vader. Why build off someone else's empire when you can find a new way to do something and just create your own? It's tougher than it sounds, but Briles is doing it. Like Jobs, he's done it all in a long-sleeve mock turtleneck, too...." February 24

  • Lawsuit: UNM Interfered With Gang Rape Case Involving Football Players

    Deadspin.com "A former student is suing the University of New Mexico's Board of Regents, alleging the university violated Title IX by failing to properly investigate what happened the night she claims she was drugged and raped, including by several football players. Her lawsuit, filed Feb. 19 in federal..." February 24

  • Oregon targeted Vernon Adams Jr. over Braxton Miller

    College Football Talk "Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman has an excellent feature on Oregon transfer Vernon Adams Jr. up, which is well worth a read. There’s some interesting stuff in there — Adams’ decision to transfer from FCS side Eastern Washington to the No. 2 team in the nation wasn’t easy, and he’s training in a strip..." February 23

  • Hurricanes defensive back Antonio Crawford tweets he is ‘out’ but status with team still uncertain

    Miami Herald "University of Miami coach Al Golden announced Sunday that senior kicker Matt Goudis, who missed most of the season with a back injury, had “retired’’ from the Hurricanes. On Saturday, Golden said senior walk-on-turned-scholarship receiver Garrett Kidd “retired’’ from the Canes. Cornerback..." February 23

  • Andre Rison not pressuring son, Hunter, to follow footsteps to Michigan State

    Michigan Live "Andre Rison made a name for himself playing football at Michigan State before a successful NFL career. He'll tell you he's still a Spartan who bleeds green and white to this day. He also says he'll stand by his son, Hunter Rison, no matter what college he chooses to attend in 2017. "We..." February 23

  • Former U-M QB Bellomy lands at Texas-San Antonio

    Detroit Free Press "With all of the quarterbacks coming into Ann Arbor, Russell Bellomy decided to finish elsewhere, announcing in January that he likely would play his fifth year at another school. The Texas native and U-M grad transfer has landed at Texas-San Antonio, according to the Instagram photo of him..." February 23

  • South Carolina's K.J. Brent transfers to Wake Forest

    The Score "K.J. Brent has a new team. The former South Carolina wide receiver announced on Twitter that he's headed to Wake Forest. " February 23

  • Lombardi sweater sells for $43,000

    ESPN.com "A sweater bought last year for 58 cents at a Goodwill store sold Saturday night in an auction in New York City for $43,020. That sweater, with West Point on the front and the word "Lombardi" written in black ink on a cotton swatch sewn inside, turned out to be owned and worn by Vince Lombardi..." February 23

  • Vernon Adams: 'Butt-hurt' EWU teammates 'taped up my locker'

    CBSSports.com "Not everyone took the Vernon Adams transfer decision well. The former Eastern Washington star told CBSSports.com earlier this week that he'd "heard" some of his FCS All-American honors had been removed from the Eagles' locker room -- where the future Oregon Ducks quarterback is no longer..." February 21

  • NCAA chooses not to penalize Florida for recruiting contact violation

    CBSSports.com "Florida will receive no additional penalties due to impermissible recruiting contact by former assistant football coach Joker Phillips, the NCAA announced Friday. Phillips, a former head coach at Kentucky who was not specifically named in the NCAA's report, resigned as Florida's wide receivers..." February 21

  • Big Ten Considering Ineligibility For Freshmen

    ESPN.com "The Big Ten is seeking feedback from its members about the possibility of making freshmen athletes ineligible for competition as they adjust to college life. In a statement to ESPN.com, the league says it is gauging interest from its members about a "national discussion regarding a year of..." February 20

  • Miami is absolutely crushing with its 2016 recruiting class

    Fox Sports "Yes, there is forever between today and National Signing Day 2016, which means class rankings at this stage mean little. They're fun for fans, but they don't guarantee all of those soft verbal commits will sign their Letters of Intent next February. OK, do we have that prerequisite warning..." February 20

  • Colorado safety Jered Bell awaits word on sixth season

    Daily Camera "Senior safety Jered Bell was on the practice fields with his Colorado teammates Wednesday during the second day of spring drills participating in limited individual work. Bell is recovering from the second torn ACL injury of his career that caused him to miss a second complete season of..." February 19

  • Report: Tom Bradley 'close to being hired' as UCLA defensive coordinator

    Yahoo! Sports "Tom Bradley, the longtime Penn State defensive coordinator, could be headed to the west coast. According to Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman, Bradley, who spent the 2014 as an assistant at West Virginia, is “close to being hired” as the new defensive coordinator at UCLA. If the hire comes to fruition,..." February 19

  • Boise State WR Rick Smith recovering in Long Beach, may press charges against teammate

    Long Beach Press-Telegram "Former Long Beach Poly High standout receiver Rick Smith is back in Southern California recovering from an alleged assault by a Boise State teammate. News of the incident began circulating as a family friend created a GoFundMe account to help support the family. The funds request page read in..." February 19

  • Tulane loses LaFrance and James for spring football, but gained back Redwine

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "Tulane football opened up the spring season with two subtractions and one addition. Seasoned senior defensive end Royce LaFrance is sitting out the spring because of academic issues, coach Curtis Johnson said Wednesday. LaFrance was at practice, conditioning on the sideline. Johnson followed..." February 19

  • Boise State TEs coach Eliah Drinkwitz promoted to offensive coordinator

    SI - College Football "Boise State tight ends coach Eliah Drinkwitz has been promoted to offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, according to a source. The move, as first reported by SI.com, was later announced Tuesday by Broncos coach Bryan Harsin. Drinkwitz succeeds Mike Sanford, who left earlier this month..." February 19

  • Another departure pushes Gamecocks to an even 10 transfers

    College Football Talk "Did you hear the one about the South Carolina football player who decided to transfer? Sure you have. Over and over and over again you’ve heard it for the past two months, as a matter of fact. Citing a source with knowledge of the situation, Josh Kendall of The State is reporting that Blake..." February 19

  • Bulldogs to play UNC in 2016 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "The Georgia Bulldogs are going back to the Georgia Dome to renew an old rivalry. Georgia will play North Carolina in the 2016 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, Gary Stokan, president and CEO of Peach Bowl Inc., confirmed for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Thursday morning. The game is set for Sept...." February 19

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