• ACC explains controversial Notre Dame penalty in FSU game

    SB Nation "Based on the explanation of the rule, offensive pass interference appeared to be the correct call. Notre Dame scored a game-winning touchdown to knock off undefeated defending national champion Florida State, and then it didn't. An offensive pass interference penalty negated the score, and the..." October 20

  • ASU coach Todd Graham expects Taylor Kelly back against Washington

    Arizona Sports "Arizona State's football team has been without its starting quarterback, Taylor Kelly, for three games because of a foot injury. But according to head coach Todd Graham, the Sun Devils won't have to wait much longer for Kelly's return. Graham said Monday he expects Kelly to start against..." October 20

  • Report: Texas Tech WR involved in off-campus incident, hospitalized and later released after possible stabbing

    Dallas Morning News "Texas Tech wide receiver Jakeem Grant was hospitalized early Sunday morning after an off-campus incident, where police say more than 20 rounds were fired and the junior suffered a laceration, according to a report by the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. The Lubbock Count Sheriff’s Office is ruling..." October 20

  • Florida AD to continue to evaluate Muschamp

    Covers.com "Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley said Monday that he would continue to evaluate coach Will Muschamp following the Gators' embarrassing 42-13 homecoming loss to Missouri. "At the beginning of the season, we said we would evaluate the season as it plays out," Foley said in a statement. "We..." October 20

  • Purdue loses linebacker Robinson to torn ACL

    College Football Talk "Purdue senior linebacker Sean Robinson has played his final game of the 2014 season. Boilermakers head coach Darrell Hazell announced Monday Robinson tore his ACL in his right knee in a game earlier this season. Robinson’s ACL was torn back on October 4 against Illinois. He recorded five..." October 20

  • Clemson leading rusher Adam Choice out for season

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Clemson will be without its leading rusher for the rest of the season. Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney said in his Sunday teleconference that freshman running back Adam Choice tore his ACL Saturday afternoon against Boston College. The 5-foot-10, 200-pound Choice went down on the team’s second..." October 20

  • Alabama to get starting center Ryan Kelly back after missing 2 weeks with knee injury

    Alabama.com "After missing the last two starts with a minor knee injury, Alabama's starting center should be back this week. Ryan Kelly, who dressed for Saturday's win over Texas A&M but didn't play, wasn't spotted practicing last week. But coach Nick Saban said he'll be back this week as Alabama heads to..." October 20

  • UC's backup QB arrested on assault charge

    Cincinnati Enquirer "A backup quarterback for the Bearcats who was arrested for assault early Sunday morning appeared in court Monday. Jarred Evans, 22, was arrested hours after UC's football team returned to Cincinnati following a 41-3 victory over Southern Methodist University in Dallas, court records..." October 20

  • Sooners' Sterling Shepard landed on my camera, and I feel bad about that

    Tulsa World "I have been shooting football on the sidelines just about every weekend for 26 years. I have shot every level of this sport, from pee-wee to NFL and everything in between. There have been close calls, but I can say that in those 26 years I have never been hit by a player. On Saturday while..." October 20

  • Statistics do not favor Florida Gators embattled coach Will Muschamp

    Miami Herald "Will Muschamp remains Florida’s football coach. For now, anyways. Florida’s fourth-year coach is all but certain to be fired after the Gators were embarrassingly routed 42-13 on homecoming to a mediocre Missouri team, losing for the 10th time in 13 games. The Tigers (5-2, 2-1 Southeastern..." October 20

  • Archie Manning leaves committee

    ESPN.com "Because of health reasons, Archie Manning is stepping down from the College Football Playoff Committee that will determine the four finalists for the 2014 national championship. "We will miss Archie," executive director Bill Hancock said. "He has such a great knowledge of college football and..." October 20

  • Baylor loses another starting offensive lineman to season-ending injury

    College Football Talk "Baylor’s loss on the road at West Virginia came with a hefty penalty, and now one of the 18 penalties for a Big 12 record 215 penalty yards either. Troy Baker, a starting right tackle on the Baylor offensive line, tore his ACL according to head coach Art Briles. The injury brings an end to the..." October 20

  • Marshall’s Rakeem Cato sets NCAA record for consecutive games with TD pass

    College Football Talk "Marshall trailed early on the road against FIU on Saturday, but quarterback Rakeem Cato still led the Thundering Herd to a win to remain undefeated. He did so while making some history as well. Cato’s first of four touchdowns on Saturday set the NCAA record for most consecutive games with a..." October 20

  • LenDale White says AD Pat Haden had him escorted out of the Coliseum

    CBSSports.com "Former USC running back LenDale White had some NSFW Twitter commentary late last Saturday night as the Trojans struggled to put away Arizona. White's account has been on our radar since then, and it seemed like all was well prior to Saturday's game against Colorado. White's criticism last week..." October 19

  • Terps lose QB Caleb Rowe to ACL tear

    College Football Talk "From here on out, Maryland won’t have Caleb Rowe to fall back on at the quarterback position. Prior to today’s noon kickoff against Iowa, the Terrapins announced that the backup quarterback has a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the 2014 season. Rowe suffered the injury to the ligament..." October 19

  • Jarrod Lawson of San Jose State suspended, won't face Wyoming

    San Jose Mercury News "San Jose State sophomore running back Jarrod Lawson didn't travel with the team to Wyoming after being suspended for the second time this season because of a violation of team rules, a team spokesman confirmed Saturday. Lawson, a Valley Christian-San Jose product and the team's leading rusher..." October 19

  • Wyoming suspends second-leading rusher

    College Football Talk "Saturday’s Gameday for most FBS players, but it won’t be for one member of the Wyoming football program. In a press release, first-year Cowboys head coach Craig Bohl announced that running back D.J. Mays has been suspended for today’s game against San Jose State. The reason given was, as..." October 19

  • Jameis Winston's attorney meets deadline for FSU conduct hearing

    ESPN.com "Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston is moving forward with an upcoming student judiciary hearing, in which he might be charged with as many as four violations of FSU's student conduct code for his conduct in an alleged sexual assault in December 2012, his attorney, David Cornwell,..." October 19

  • Southern Cal RB Tre Madden (turf toe) shut down for 2014

    CBSSports.com "Southern California running back Tre Madden won't suit up for the Trojans in 2014 after all, as a case of turf toe has already prevented him from playing in any of the first six games. According to the Orange County Register, Steve Sarkisian met with Madden and his parents Thursday and everyone..." October 19

  • OU chaplain lured man from home

    ESPN.com "Oklahoma football chaplain and Oklahoma Fellowship of Christian Athletes representative Kent Bowles was arrested on drug and larceny charges Wednesday after allegedly taking pills from a Norman, Oklahoma, residence. The arrest was originally reported by The Oklahoman. Bowles, 45, was..." October 18

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    Joe Schad @schadjoe

    FSU AD: “...We have no information indicating he (Winston) accepted payment for items reported to bear his signature...”

  • Herschel Walker: No vote for Gurley, Winston

    ESPN.com "If he had to cast his Heisman Trophy ballot today, 1982 Heisman winner Herschel Walker said he would not vote for either Todd Gurley or Jameis Winston. The former Georgia running back appeared Thursday on ESPN's "Paul Finebaum Show" and said that Florida State's Winston, who won the award last..." October 18

  • Signed Winston items top 2,000

    ESPN.com "An in-depth search of the verification page on the James Spence Authentication website reveals the company has authenticated more than 2,000 signatures by Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, up from the more than 900 signatures that were found on the site's database earlier this..." October 17

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    Marc Weiszer @marcweiszer

    UGA confirms RB Todd Gurley is not on trip to Arkansas today with team.

  • Mullen: Hire/fire websites insult to coaches

    ESPN.com "Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen wasn't flattered to hear the news that Florida fans had started two websites to urge the school to hire Mullen to replace Will Muschamp. In fact, he considers such websites an insult to college coaches. Mullen, in an interview with "Head to Head Radio" in..." October 17

  • Trevone Boykin’s wrist IS injured… but the TCU QB will play anyway

    College Football Talk "It appears there was at least a morsel of validity to what turned out to be an erroneous report earlier this week. Tuesday, it was reported that TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin had suffered a significant injury to his left (non-throwing) wrist and would miss 4-6 weeks. That day, though, Boykin..." October 17

  • Florida State gives way to 'Jameis State'

    USA Today "The embarrassment continues unabated at Florida State, a school that has put the need to win football games above all else, including an alleged rape, a Title IX violation and, pending an investigation, an NCAA rule that some schools still actually follow. The amazingly still-eligible Jameis..." October 17

  • Report: FSU has not contacted memorabilia company

    CBSSports.com "The number of Jameis Winston autographed items available through purchase at James Spence Authentication keeps growing. It was originally reported that the memorabilia dealer had over 900 signatures from the Heisman Trophy winner, but on Thursday ESPN.com reported that the number is over..." October 17

  • Bulldogs hope to get word on Gurley’s status by Friday

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "l play against Arkansas the next day. But he won’t make the trip if he remains ineligible. In relaying that information to reporters after Wednesday’s practice, coach Mark Richt caused some confusion. Initially he made it sound like the Georgia expected to receive a final decision on the star..." October 16

  • FSU linebacker Matthew Thomas cleared to play against Notre Dame

    Orlando Sentinel "FSU linebacker Matthew Thomas is set to play this weekend for the Seminoles against visiting Notre Dame. After missing the first six games due to an undisclosed issue, Thomas will be a big boost for an FSU defense that has grown thin due to injuries. “Also today, Matthew Thomas was cleared..." October 16

  • Alabama freshman RB Ronnie Clark out for season

    The Anniston Star "Alabama coach Nick Saban announced Wednesday that freshman Ronnie Clark tore his Achilles during Tuesday’s practice and will be out for the remainder of season. Clark suffered the injury in a non-contact situation and limped off the field during the media's viewing period of practice. Saban..." October 16

  • Bo knows rejection: Winston ignoring advice

    ESPN.com "Bo don't know what Jameis is thinking. In an interview Tuesday on "The Jim Rome Show," Bo Jackson lashed out at fellow Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston, suggesting the star Florida State quarterback has ignored his advice even while his off-the-field incidents have escalated. "I really..." October 16

  • FSU's Chris Casher sued by attorney

    Tallahassee Democrat "Florida State defensive end Chris Casher has been sued by his attorney for not paying legal bills related to a Florida State University Student Conduct Code Board hearing in May. The redshirt sophomore agreed to pay Tallahassee-based attorney Adam Ellis $2,500 for Ellis' representation at the..." October 16

  • Hoosiers down to third-string quarterback

    Indianapolis Star "Indiana University apparently will be down to a third-string quarterback for Saturday's homecoming football game against eighth-ranked Michigan State. No. 2 quarterback Chris Covington, a freshman, was scheduled to be the starter and was listed as such on the depth chart released Tuesday. His..." October 16

  • Irish captain Collinsworth to miss 4-6 weeks

    ESPN Chicago "Notre Dame safety Austin Collinsworth is expected to miss four to six weeks due to a slight labrum tear in his left shoulder, coach Brian Kelly said Wednesday. Kelly, speaking on the ACC coaches' teleconference, said that Collinsworth does not need surgery. "It's not something we have to..." October 16

  • Hawaii RB Joey Iosefa suspended three games for DUI Arrest

    Mountain West Connection "After his DUI on Sunday morning in Honolulu, Joey Iosefa will be suspended for three games, head coach Norm Chow announced on Tuesday. The Senior running back was arrested at 5 a.m. Sunday morning in downtown Honolulu on suspicion of drunk driving, where he failed a sobriety test and blew a..." October 16

  • Vanderbilt dismisses running back, loses cornerback

    College Football Talk "A few weeks after being indefinitely suspended, Vanderbilt running back Brian Kimbrow has now officially been dismissed by the team. In addition, cornerback Paris Head has opted to leave the football program on much better mutual terms. Kimbrow was suspended by head coach Derek Mason on an..." October 16

  • Fisher confident Winston didn't sign for pay

    ESPN.com "Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said the university has spoken with the company that has authenticated more than 950 items with Jameis Winston's signature and is confident Winston did not receive money in exchange for autographing memorabilia. On Monday, ESPN.com's Darren Rovell and Mark..." October 15

  • Las Vegas sportsbooks remove Notre Dame-FSU betting line

    CBSSports.com "The line for the Notre Dame-Florida State game Saturday night has been taken off the board by several Las Vegas sportsbooks. Uncertainty over the availability of Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston is the likely reason. The school is reportedly looking into whether Winston, last season's..." October 15

  • Abner Logan is cleared to play for Maryland football team after appealing probation

    Washington Post "Redshirt sophomore linebacker Abner Logan has been cleared to play for the Maryland football team after successfully appealing his disciplinary probation last week, Coach Randy Edsall said Tuesday. Logan’s punishment, announced in May, was originally scheduled to last until April with his first..." October 15

  • Suspended Kendall Moore announces Notre Dame departure

    USA Today "Kendall Moore, one of the five players suspended in the Notre Dame academic scandal, announced in an Instagram post Tuesday evening that he is leaving the university. In his caption on the photo, Moore said, "While it is disappointing, I will respectfully leave my alma mater as a proud May 2014..." October 15

  • Report: Brett Hundley To Sign With Roc Nation Sports

    Forbes.com "UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley is reportedly “a lock” to sign with Jay Z’s Roc Nation Sports for marketing representation. The report was first disseminated by football insider publication Inside The League, which also referenced a strong rumor that Roc Nation Sports is thinking about offering..." October 15

  • TCU's Trevone Boykin practicing, expected to play against Oklahoma State

    The Oklahoman "It was initially reported Tuesday that TCU's starting quarterback Trevone Boykin would miss 4-6 weeks after having surgery to repair a wrist injury, but a university spokesman and Horned Frogs coach Gary Patterson denied the report. Frogsowar.com first reported that Boykin had surgery for an..." October 15

  • Former QB Ash exploring pitching possibilities at Texas

    Dallas Morning News "David Ash’s football career is over at Texas. But the former starting quarterback is exploring the possibility of a different sport. A Texas athletic spokesman confirmed Tuesday that Ash has thrown a few bullpen sessions with Longhorn pitching coach Skip Johnson. The sessions were described..." October 15

  • Louisville ready for healthy Gardner back at QB

    College Football Talk "Louisville has a new starting quarterback, sort of. Will Gardner will get the start once again for the Cardinals when they face North Carolina State this weekend. Gardner missed two games due to a knee injury but played last weekend against Clemson. Offensive coordinator Garrick McGee made the..." October 15

  • Louisville return man Corvin Lamb tears ACL, out for season

    CBSSports.com "A 2014 campaign that started with a bang has unfortunately ended in a season-ending knee injury for Louisville running back and kick returner Corvin Lamb. Cardinals sports information director Rocco Gasparro confirmed on Twitter that Lamb underwent surgery Wednesday to repair a torn ACL in his..." October 15

  • Jameis Winston's attorney sends letter to FSU, says school not protecting QB's interests

    Orlando Sentinel "Jameis Winston's attorney sent a letter to FSU Tuesday arguing the school is failing to protect the quarterback’s interests. David Cornwell, Winston’s attorney, criticized Florida State’s Title IX investigation into a sexual assault allegation made against Winston. Cornwell called FSU’s..." October 14

  • Banned WR Daniels: Time with Irish 'done'

    ESPN.com "DaVaris Daniels' playing career at Notre Dame appears to be over after he announced Tuesday on Twitter that his time with the Fighting Irish is "done" and that "it's time to strap up for bigger things!" His father, former NFL player Phillip Daniels, also announced on Twitter that his son was..." October 14

  • Source: Jim Mora jab at Jeff Ulbrich sparked sideline fight

    Larry Brown Sports "A sideline fight between head coach Jim Mora and defensive coordinator Jeff Ulbrich was a microcosm for UCLA’s disappointing performance against Oregon last weekend and the downward trend the Bruins’ season has taken. After starting off 4-0, the Bruins lost consecutive games at the Rose Bowl —..." October 14

  • Even as Todd Gurley returns to practice, status remains unchanged

    College Football Talk "The positive news is the best football player in the country is back in pads and with his teammates. The more relevant news? It likely means nothing, at least at the moment. In its media notes sent out yesterday evening, Georgia confirmed that “[t]ailback Todd Gurley… practiced on Monday.”..." October 14