• Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett: I plan on playing Saturday

    College Football Talk "Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett was roughed up against Penn State’s defense last week, but he has the full intention of playing this weekend. Barrett was reported to have a sprained MCL after Ohio State’s double overtime victory at Penn State. “It would have to be something drastic that..." October 30

  • WR Dannon Cavil leaves Sooners

    The Oklahoman "Redshirt freshman wide receiver Dannon Cavil tweeted Wednesday night that he had decided to leave the Sooners. “After careful consideration and much prayer, I’ve decided to pursue a transfer from the University of Oklahoma,” Cavil posted. “This was not an easy decision to make however, I..." October 30

  • Todd Gurley eligible to come back November 15 after four-game suspension

    Yahoo! Sports "Georgia RB Todd Gurley is coming back, but he won't be available for Georgia's game Saturday against Florida. The NCAA announced Wednesday that Gurley will be eligible to play starting with Georgia's game on November 15 against Auburn. Gurley's suspension will be a total of four games because..." October 29

  • Georgia to appeal Gurley's 4-game suspension

    TheScore.com "Georgia will appeal running back Todd Gurley's four-game suspension. The school announced its decision Wednesday morning. The university pushed for the NCAA to accept a two-game suspension which would have meant Gurley could play vs. Florida Saturday, FOX Sports reports. Moreover, the..." October 29

  • Florida State's Fisher: Williams will play Thursday

    SI - College Football "Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher said Tuesday that running back Karlos Williams will play Thursday against Louisville, according to Warchant.com of Rivals. The Tallahassee Police Department announced Monday that Williams was a suspect in an alleged domestic battery case that it was..." October 29

  • Florida A&M fires coach Earl Holmes during Homecoming week

    Fox Sports - College Football "Florida A&M fired head coach Earl Holmes on Tuesday, four days before the team's Homecoming game against Norfolk State. Holmes was named coach in January 2013 and went 3-9 in his first season. The Rattlers started 2014 0-5, but won their last two games. Athletic director Kellen Winslow said..." October 29

  • Notre Dame WR Justin Brent -- No Punishment for Dating Porn Star Lisa Ann

    TMZ.com "Notre Dame may not want its players banging before marriage, but it will NOT suspend Justin Brent for "dating" porn star Lisa Ann ... TMZ Sports has learned. An ND Football spokesman says the freshman wide receiver will escape any punishment -- and will suit up for the Navy game this weekend...." October 29

  • Utah WR Dres Anderson out for season with knee injury

    Salt Lake Tribune "Utah announced Wednesday morning that leading receiver Dres Anderson will miss the remainder of the season with a knee injury. Anderson, a senior, redshirted in 2010 and has played in seven games this season — over the limit for an NCAA hardship waiver. He has 355 yards and four touchdowns..." October 29

  • Alabama running back Tyren Jones suspended

    Alabama.com "Alabama running back Tyren Jones wasn't seen at practice Tuesday and is "suspended for now," coach Nick Saban said. Saban did not provide any details on the nature of the suspension. "If Tyren Jones does what he's supposed to, maybe he'll be back sometime soon," Saban said after Tuesday's..." October 29

  • Jimbo Fisher's defense of Jameis Winston helped land four-star recruit

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Much has been made of the way Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher has come to the defense of criticized and beleaguered star quarterback Jameis Winston. But there's one person who liked the way Fisher came to the aid of his top player, and that person is the newest Seminole commit. On Monday,..." October 28

  • Alleged victim's attorney asking TPD to drop Karlos Williams investigation

    Tallahassee Democrat "The attorney representing the alleged victim in a domestic battery case involving Florida State University running back Karlos Williams says he has requested the Tallahassee Police Department to drop its investigation. TPD sent out a news release Monday saying Williams, the Seminoles' leading..." October 28

  • Tommy Bowden does not think Condoleezza Rice should be on the College Football Playoff committee

    SB Nation "But he would vote for her for U.S. President. Former Clemson coach Tommy Bowden is the latest person to publicly oppose Condoleezza Rice's position on the College Football Playoff selection committee, saying that he doesn't think she knows the game well enough because she hasn't played or..." October 28

  • Lawyer blasts authorities for connecting Karlos Williams to robbery

    College Football Talk "Yesterday it was reported that Karlos Williams is under investigation by the Tallahassee Police Department for an alleged domestic battery incident. Today, the Florida State running back has been connected to yet another legal allegation. A TPD spokesperson told ESPN.com that Williams had..." October 28

  • Cops Looking At 'Noles RB In Armed Robbery During Pot Deal Gone Bad

    Deadspin.com "Florida State running back Karlos Williams isn't just under investigation for alleged domestic battery. Cops are also looking into his alleged role in an armed robbery during a weed deal gone awry. According to a report from ESPN, an FSU student on June 23 was trying to purchase weed from three..." October 28

  • TCU's Patterson Wishes Team Wouldn't Have Scored 82

    247Sports "TCU coach Gary Patterson said he hasn’t received any negative reaction for hanging 82 points in an 82-27 win over Texas Tech, though the coach probably wasn’t including his own feelings in his answer. Patterson seemed almost embarrassed about it when talking on Monday’s Big 12..." October 28

  • Aggies QB competition back open with 4 regular season games remaining

    Houston Chronicle "Texas A&M offensive coordinator Jake Spavital said Tuesday afternoon the Aggies’ quarterback competition is wide open between sophomore Kenny Hill and freshman Kyle Allen, and a starter will be named Thursday. The starter over the first eight games, Hill, has struggled of late, but so have the..." October 28

  • Hurricanes lose left tackle Ereck Flowers to knee injury

    Miami Herald "University of Miami left tackle Ereck Flowers will miss at least one game – and possibly the rest of the season – with a knee injury, a source familiar with the situation said Tuesday morning. UM offensive coordinator James Coley confirmed the news, saying Flowers was injured late in the game..." October 28

  • Kiel likely to play this week, Tuberville says

    Cincinnati Enquirer "University of Cincinnati quarterback Gunner Kiel appears likely to play in Friday's game at Tulane, coach Tommy Tuberville said Monday. Kiel aggravated his bruised ribs in last week's 34-17 win over USF, and he missed the second half. Kiel has started all seven games for UC (4-3, 2-1 American..." October 28

  • Gators' Muschamp adopts 'bunker mentality'

    ESPN.com "As criticism has mounted, Florida coach Will Muschamp says he's taking a "bunker mentality" these days. The fourth-year coach has come under fire from fans in recent weeks, and some of their barbs have hit close to home. "Well, you've got to get home and explain to your 9-year-old why they're..." October 28

  • Ohio State RB Rod Smith dismissed, reportedly for failed drug test

    CBSSports.com "Ohio State running back Rod Smith has reportedly been dismissed from the Buckeyes program for a violation of team rules. According to the Columbus Dispatch, it was a failed drug test that resulted in Smith's dismissal. The school has not made an official announcement regarding the status of the..." October 28

  • Penn State loses a pair of seniors to season-ending injuries

    College Football Talk "Careers came to an abrupt and cruel end for two Penn State seniors this week, as head coach James Franklin announced on Monday. Senior safety Ryan Keiser, a team captain, was lost for the year with an unspecified injury suffered during practice on Thursday, while senior running back Zack Zwinak..." October 28

  • Rutgers QB Chris Laviano may get first start

    Newark Star-Ledger "One day after enjoying the most meaningful action of his collegiate career, Chris Laviano handled the first-team reps at Rutgers football practice on Sunday evening. "Chris came out, I thought he was sharp,'' said Rutgers coach Kyle Flood, who handed the reins to his offense to Laviano with..." October 28

  • Michigan's Brady Hoke: No one has talked to me about job status

    USA Today "Michigan football coach Brady Hoke said no one from the university has approached him about his job status. Despite widespread speculation during the past month, increasing with four losses in Michigan's past five games and 3-5 overall record, Hoke said his job is a postseason discussion. "I..." October 28

  • Alabama freshman Cam Robinson out for 'couple weeks,' per report

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "The No. 16-ranked LSU and No. 3-ranked Alabama are on a bye this week, but the two SEC West powerhouses will meet in primetime in Baton Rouge at Tiger Stadium on Nov. 8. Though, the Crimson Tide could be without Louisiana native Cam Robinson, who has started every game this season at left..." October 28

  • USC offensive tackle Chad Wheeler suffers season-ending knee injury

    Los Angeles Times "USC left tackle Chad Wheeler sustained a season-ending right knee injury against Utah, and linebacker J.R. Tavai will be sidelined for a few weeks because of a knee sprain, Coach Steve Sarkisian said Sunday. Wheeler, a third-year sophomore, suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament Saturday..." October 27

  • Crimson Tide Foundation bought Saban home for $3.1 million

    CBSSports.com "Nick and Terry Saban's current home was bought for $3.1 million by the Crimson Tide Foundation in March 2013, al.com reported Monday. The Crimson Tide Foundation is a private, donor-funded nonprofit dedicated to supporting Alabama athletics. Its assistant secretary, Scott Phelps, told al.com..." October 27

  • Big Ten admits Ohio State should have been penalized on controversial field goal

    College Football Talk "I don’t know if Penn State head coach James Franklin has a dog, but if he does it undoubtedly got an earful about Big Ten officials last night. The Big Ten already admitted technical issues were to blame in Vonn Bell‘s interception that wasn’t but still somehow was. Now the league has said..." October 27

  • Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett has a sprained MCL

    CBSSports.com "Ohio State finds itself with another injured quarterback. On Monday Urban Meyer said that J.T. Barrett has a sprained MCL and will be limited in practice this week. Just how limited remains to be seen, but with a trip to East Lansing to face Michigan State looming in two weeks, it's important..." October 27

  • Denzel Nkemdiche done for season

    ESPN.com "Ole Miss redshirt junior linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a broken ankle in Saturday's 10-7 loss at LSU. Coach Hugh Freeze confirmed Nkemdiche's injury to ESPN.com and said that Nkemdiche underwent ankle surgery Sunday. Nkemdiche, who had..." October 27

  • Report: Army used alcohol-fueled party, cheerleaders to woo recruits

    CBSSports.com "The Colorado Springs Gazette reported Saturday that U.S. Military Academy documents show that the Army football program wooed recruits with an alcohol-fueled bus party, small amounts of booster cash, and dates with cheerleaders and female athletes. Per the Gazette, the academy "acknowledged the..." October 26

  • Iowa suspends starting LB after alcohol-related incident

    The Gazette "Iowa sophomore linebacker Reggie Spearman was charged with operating while intoxicated this morning in Iowa City. The 6-3, 230-pounder was pulled over and arrested by Iowa City Police at Burlington and Madison Street at 12:01 this morning. Spearman, a Chicago native, has started all seven games..." October 26

  • Oklahoma State dismisses freshman CB

    College Football Talk "Oklahoma State has dismissed freshman cornerback Juwan Offray from the football program. According to the original report published by OColly.com, Offray was let go by the football program following an arrest for public intoxication Sunday morning. Offray was arrested with wide receiver Jhajuan..." October 26

  • SMU AD: No contact with Mack Brown

    CBSSports.com "Dallas Morning News columnist Bill Nichol wrote Thursday that "SMU officials have already had preliminary discussions with former Texas coach Mack Brown" about the Mustangs' head coaching opening, with the school supposedly ready to open the checkbook to the tune of a $4 million annual..." October 26

  • Csont'e York also must pay $2K

    ESPN.com "Former Michigan wide receiver Csont'e York was sentenced to seven days in jail after pleading guilty to aggravated assault and assault and battery charges a month ago. York broke a man's jaw and knocked him unconscious when he punched him outside an Ann Arbor bar on July 18. York was suspended..." October 25

  • Roy Williams speaks, calls this 'a very sad time' for North Carolina

    CBSSports.com "North Carolina men's basketball coach Roy Williams spoke publicly late Friday for the first time since a report detailing what some have called the worst academic fraud case in NCAA history was released in a development that tarnished UNC's reputation. "We made some mistakes for a long time,"..." October 25

  • UNC’s Elijah Hood again listed as doubtful

    College Football Talk "For the second consecutive game, it appears North Carolina will be sans one of the most productive members of its backfield. On its weekly injury report, UNC lists running back Elijah Hood as doubtful for Saturday’s game against Virginia. Thus far, the nature of Hood’s injury hasn’t been..." October 25

  • UNC should get death penalty in academic fraud case, but it won't

    CBSSports.com "North Carolina has been disgraced. Unfortunately for everyone involved, it's not going to end with mere embarrassment. Not if you believe that some shred of the NCAA Manual matters to anyone anymore. Not if you believe in the collegiate model that says education should have at least a smidge to..." October 25

  • Retired judge to conduct FSU hearing

    ESPN.com "Retired Florida Supreme Court chief justice Major Harding has been selected to serve as the independent observer who will conduct Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston's upcoming student conduct code hearing, a source close to the situation confirmed to ESPN.com on Thursday. Winston, the..." October 24

  • Report: SMU ‘floating $4 million annually’ to entice Mack Brown

    College Football Talk "If SMU fails to land Mack Brown as its next head coach, it won’t be for lack of trying. Or financial incentive. In a piece detailing just who may emerge as legitimate candidates for the Mustangs job opened by June Jones’ abrupt retirement two games into the 2014 season, Dallas Morning News..." October 24

  • Notre Dame Football Player Justin Brent -- Yes, That's Porn Star Lisa Ann On My Lap

    TMZ.com "Notre Dame wide receiver Justin Brent has serious game -- even though he hasn't scored on the field yet -- last night he bagged legendary porn star Lisa Ann in NYC. Brent, who's just a freshman, mind you ... took 42-year-old Lisa Ann to the Knicks game at MSG where they were all over each other..." October 24

  • Report: Expect Florida to make a run at Bob Stoops

    Rumors & Rants "Florida’s football program is an absolute mess right now. The Gators are 3-3 with a 2-3 record in the SEC and no hope of recovering under current head coach Will Muschamp. Fans are ready for a new regime after three-plus years and a 25-19 record under Muschamp, and a familiar name has popped up as..." October 23

  • Georgia Bulldogs Offer Evander Holyfield's Son Eljiah scholarship

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Evander Holyfield, the five-time world heavyweight champion, just smiled when asked about his new title: Father of one of Georgia’s top football prospects for next year. Elijah Holyfield is a 4-star running back from Woodward Academy high school who has nearly 30 early scholarship..." October 23

  • Wyoming leading tackler Nzeocha doubtful to return this season

    Casper Star-Tribune "Wyoming senior linebacker Mark Nzeocha, who was injured in the Cowboys' 27-20 overtime loss to San Jose State on Saturday, is doubtful to return this season, head coach Craig Bohl said. Nzeocha -- a 6-foot-3, 239-pound senior -- leads the team with 59 tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles...." October 23

  • Texas off. coordinator Wickline files lawsuit against Oklahoma State

    CBSSports.com "While plenty of college football fans put coaches on trial for the decisions they make on a weekly basis, Texas offensive coordinator Joe Wickline is going to court to prove he's the coach making the decisions. Wickline has filed a lawsuit against his former employer, Oklahoma State, claiming..." October 23

  • Texas athletic director: With new rules, Longhorns would pay each player $10,000

    Dallas Morning News "The University of Texas could spend nearly $6 million a year to comply with a string of recent legal rulings requiring colleges to be more generous to their scholarship athletes. That won’t break the bank, Athletic Director Steve Patterson said Tuesday at a forum on the fast-changing business..." October 23

  • Four-star LB Jerome Baker flips from Florida Gators to Ohio State

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Even after four-star linebacker Jerome Baker committed to Florida over the summer, Urban Meyer couldn't accept that one of the best players in Ohio was leaving the state for college. So Meyer and his staff still pursued the Benedictine prospect, and on Tuesday evening it paid off. Baker..." October 23

  • Clemson freshman QB Deshaun Watson still the starter once he's healthy

    The Post and Courier "Barring "something unusual," Cole Stoudt is a seat-filler. Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney, often ambiguous about the development of personnel battles, promised injured freshman quarterback Deshaun Watson his job back at his weekly Tuesday press conference, once Watson is healed from a broken..." October 23

  • UC QB Jarred Evans suspended indefinitely

    Cincinnati Enquirer "University of Cincinnati coach Tommy Tuberville was not angry when he spoke Tuesday about the suspension of backup quarterback Jarred Evans, but Tuberville clearly is tired of warning his players to behave. Evans was arrested for assault early Sunday morning, just hours after UC returned to..." October 23

  • Lane Kiffin’s mom worried about son’s safety in return to Tennessee

    Larry Brown Sports "Lane Kiffin is going to return to a chorus of boos when the Alabama offensive coordinator travels to Tennessee with his team on Saturday. Kiffin’s mother, Robin, is terrified that some fans in Knoxville will go beyond just booing. In a fantastic piece that was written by Jon Solomon of..." October 23

  • Now is not the time to bet against Nick Saban, Alabama

    New York Post "By this time next week, we will have seen the first set of rankings compiled by the playoff committee, but it’s already obvious that we are barely better off than we were the past 16 years and still at least another dozen years from a logical and equitable solution in determining college..." October 23

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