• Mississippi State defensive lineman arrested for fourth time in three years

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Mississippi State senior Nick James can't stay out of trouble. The defensive lineman was arrested for the fourth time since 2013, this time on a charge of public intoxication early Sunday in Starkville, Miss., the Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Office told the Starkville Daily News. The school..." August 28

  • Florida State names Deondre Francois starting QB for Ole Miss game

    SEC Country "The Ole Miss Rebels now know which Florida State quarterback they will face on Sept. 5. Seminoles coach Jimbo Fisher has named redshirt freshman Deondre Francois as the team’s starting quarterback. He beat out senior Sean Maguire, who suffered a foot injury earlier in camp and only returned to..." August 28

  • Marshall dismisses safety Tiquan Lang

    Today's U "Marshall’s secondary took a big hit, as the program announced that safety Tiquan Lang is no longer a member of the Thundering Herd. Head coach Doc Holliday with the official statement: “Marshall senior safety Tiquan Lang has been dismissed due to a violation of team rules and policies,”..." August 28

  • UNLV loses starting receiver Kendal Keys to season-ending knee surgery

    Las Vegas Review-Journal "UNLV suffered its first significant loss of the season Friday when wide receiver Kendal Keys had season-ending surgery to repair a lateral meniscus tear in his right knee. A returning starter, the 6-foot-4-inch, 200-pound junior was expected to team with junior Devonte Boyd to form arguably the..." August 28

  • QB Kai Locksley now listed as a receiver on Texas roster

    Hook'em "First, Jerrod Heard, and now Kai Locksley. Everybody wants — or is being forced — to play receiver at Texas. Locksley is now listed as a receiver on the official Texas roster. Various Internet sites have hinted that Locksley, the fourth-string quarterback, was working out at receiver in recent..." August 28

  • FSU strength coach Vic Viloria charged with DUI

    Tallahassee Democrat "At 5:06 a.m. Saturday, Tallahassee Police found Florida State head strength and conditioning coach Victor Viloria asleep at the wheel of his truck on the I-10 off-ramp on North Monroe Street. His truck was still in drive and Viloria’s foot was on the brake pedal. Officers tried to wake him up..." August 27

  • Jamyest Williams commits: Gamecocks land one of nation’s best

    The State "South Carolina landed a commitment from one of the top cornerbacks in the country on Saturday as Grayson High’s Jamyest Williams committed to the Gamecocks during a ceremony at his high school. Williams is rated as a four-star prospect, the No. 8 cornerback in the country and the No. 55 overall..." August 27

  • Michigan QB Wilton Speight prepared to start in opener

    Detroit Free Press "Wilton Speight didn’t want to say it. He knew he wasn’t supposed to say it. But as Michigan’s quarterback race winds to its final days, Speight is acting like he will be this team’s starting quarterback, just as he has for the past five months. “I feel good,” he said Friday when asked if..." August 27

  • Western Michigan players arrested for holding up student at gunpoint

    CBS Sports "Western Michigan freshmen Bryson White and Ronald George have been suspended indefinitely by coach P.J. Fleck after being arrested early Saturday morning for allegedly holding up a female student, according to CBS affiliate WWMT. White and George allegedly held a semi-automatic weapon and knife..." August 27

  • UNLV loses starting receiver Kendal Keys to season-ending knee surgery

    Las Vegas Review-Journal "UNLV suffered its first significant loss of the season Friday when wide receiver Kendal Keys had season-ending surgery to repair a lateral meniscus tear in his right knee. A returning starter, the 6-foot-4-inch, 200-pound junior was expected to team with junior Devonte Boyd to form arguably..." August 27

  • Miami Hurricanes dismiss two standout defenders ahead of opener

    Fox Sports "Miami’s rebuilding hopes took to a huge jolt Saturday morning when red-shirt junior defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad and senior linebacker Jermaine Grace were permanently dismissed from the Hurricanes football program for violating NCAA rules. The 6-4, 250-pound Muhammad was UM’s most proven..." August 27

  • Duke QB Thomas Sirk reinjures Achilles, expected to miss season

    Fox Sports "Duke's bid to make a fifth consecutive bowl game under David Cutcliffe may have already suffered a devastating blow before the 2016 season has even started. Redshirt senior quarterback Thomas Sirk reportedly reinjured the left Achilles tendon he tore in February, and is expected to miss the..." August 27

  • Urban Meyer's Brother-In-Law -- Charged with Kidnapping, Rape

    TMZ "The brother-in-law of Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer has been charged with rape, kidnapping and more ... stemming from a January incident, TMZ Sports has learned. The suspect is former Chillicothe police officer Brandon Mather -- who is accused of sexually assaulting a woman in the back..." August 27

  • Hawaii suspends 3 players before Cal game

    ESPN "Hawaii was without three key players Saturday in the opening game of the college football season against Cal for unspecified disciplinary reasons. A Rainbow Warriors spokesman said just before the game began that safety Daniel Lewis Jr., linebacker Jerrol Garcia-Williams and tight end Metuisela..." August 27

  • Tim Beckman parts with UNC, saying presence was 'distraction'

    ESPN "Former Illinois football coach Tim Beckman announced Thursday he will no longer serve as a volunteer assistant at North Carolina, saying he did not want to be a distraction to the program. The announcement came one day after the school confirmed that Beckman, who was fired as Illinois' football..." August 26

  • Dakota Prukop named Oregon Ducks starting quarterback, Justin Herbert is the backup

    Oregonian "Dakota Prukop transferred from Montana State to Oregon in January to see what he could do as a starting quarterback at a higher level. He'll now officially have that opportunity. Prukop was named the Oregon Ducks' starting quarterback on Friday, with the news coming with the team's release..." August 26

  • Texas Tech football using fake ‘cute girl’ Twitter accounts to track players

    Sportsnaut "Being a college football player is hard these days, with pitfalls aplenty. One pitfall that gets teams and players in trouble on a regular basis is social media, which is why Texas Tech is using subterfuge to track its players’ social media accounts. Speaking with A.J. Hawk on The HawkCast..." August 26

  • Auburn’s Stephen Roberts arrested on multiple charges

    Sporting News - NCAAF "With the college football season just days away, players can’t seem to stay out of trouble. Auburn safety Stephen Roberts is the latest to run into trouble after being arrested Wednesday night on charges of attempting to elude an officer and possession of a firearm without a license, AL.com..." August 26

  • Sean White named Auburn's starting QB

    Alabama "Sean White has been handed the keys to Auburn's offense once again. Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn named White the team's starting quarterback for the season opener against Clemson on Sept. 3, bringing an end to a prolonged position battle that spanned spring practice and the start of fall..." August 26

  • TCU names Kenny Hill starting QB

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Opting for the demonstrated ability of Kenny Hill, TCU named the former Southlake Carroll star its starting quarterback for the season opener Sept. 3 against South Dakota State. It will be Hill’s first action since 2014, when he began the season as the starter at Texas A&M and set a school..." August 26

  • Report: Baylor’s Travon Blanchard to undergo knee surgery

    Today's U "Feared to have a torn meniscus, Baylor cornerback Travon Blanchard will undergo surgery to repair that injury on Wednesday morning, Jessica Morrey of KCEN tweets. David Smoak of ESPN 1660 places the junior corner’s timeline in a positive light considering the prospective surgery being set to..." August 26

  • Harbaugh: I see myself coaching Michigan for 20-25 years

    Detroit News "There is no question Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has been fully embraced by Wolverines’ rabid fan base and also is being well-compensated by his alma mater. There also is no question that many observers outside the program think Harbaugh will have a short stay in Ann Arbor coaching the..." August 25

  • Notre Dame's Devin Butler a victim of police brutality, witnesses claim

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Devin Butler's run-in with police may have been more complicated than originally thought. The Notre Dame defensive back's girlfriend and his teammate's fiancée say Butler was a victim of police brutality, according to the South Bend Tribune. Police reported that Butler assaulted an officer,..." August 25

  • Ryan Burns is Stanford's starting quarterback

    San Jose Mercury News "Ryan Burns will start at quarterback for Stanford in the season opener next week, coach David Shaw announced Wednesday. Burns, a junior, beat out sophomore Keller Chryst in the competition to replace Kevin Hogan, the winningest quarterback in school history. At least, that's the pecking..." August 25

  • NCAA expanding Ole Miss investigation

    USA Today "The NCAA’s current investigation into Ole Miss’ football program may have grown beyond former offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil saying he received money from staffers. NCAA enforcement staff interviewed players from Auburn and Mississippi State and possibly another Southeastern Conference program..." August 25

  • Trace McSorley named Penn State's starting quarterback

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Listening to the way Trace McSorley tells it, relaying what was possibly the biggest news of his life to the most important people in his life elicited the same reaction as an aced elementary spelling test going up on the fridge. Or the McSorleys are the chillest family, even when the son..." August 25

  • Eastern Michigan suspends starting QB Brogan Roback

    Detroit Free Press "Eastern Michigan football coach Chris Creighton has suspended starting quarterback Brogan Roback. The third-year coach said Roback violated department and team rules. "With the privilege of being a member of the Eastern Michigan University football program there are expectations and..." August 25

  • With Derrion Grim's transfer, Nebraska's wide receiver room gets a little thinner

    Omaha World-Herald "Nebraska freshman wide receiver Derrion Grim is leaving the program before ever playing a game in a Husker uniform. Grim sent a thank you note to “Husker fans & Husker teammates” on Twitter. “I appreciate everything you all have done for me,” Grim wrote. “Love all of you!” Though Grim..." August 25

  • Alabama claims top spot in preseason FWAA-NFF Super 16 poll

    College Football Talk "Make it a trifecta for the defending champions. Just like the AP and Coaches’ polls, Alabama will enter the season as the No. 1 ranked team in the Super 16 poll, a joint venture between the Football Writers Association of America and the National Football Foundation. (Full disclosure: both..." August 25

  • Oregon Ducks Open Insane New Sports Facility

    TMZ "The University of Oregon just officially opened up its brand new $19 MILLION state-of-the-art Marcus Mariota Sports Performance Center ... and it's AWESOME!!!! We're talkin' 30,000 square feet of futuristic top-of-the-line sports technology ... primarily funded by Nike co-founder Phil Knight..." August 25

  • Meet the breakout star QB who could turn Louisville into a title contender

    Fox Sports "Nearly three years after Teddy Bridgewater last suited up for the Louisville Cardinals, you’ll still see young fans here wearing his jersey and pictures from his playing career displayed prominently on peoples’ walls. The Minnesota Vikings star helped put a then-Big East program on the national..." August 25

  • LSU RB Leonard Fournette out of walking boot, running and set to return Thursday, Les Miles says

    The Advocate "LSU running back Leonard Fournette is out of his walking boot, is running and should rejoin the Tigers at practice Thursday, coach Les Miles said Tuesday. Fournette, a Heisman Trophy favorite, suffered a “slight” sprained ankle in practice last Tuesday and missed the past week of practice. The..." August 24

  • Suspended receiver Ahmir Mitchell leaving Michigan

    Detroit Free Press "Suspended receiver Ahmir Mitchell apparently is leaving the Michigan football program. Mitchell, a freshman from Egg Harbor City, N.J., was one of two players suspended by coach Jim Harbaugh entering fall camp. He announced his departure with a statement on Twitter today. "I will like to..." August 24

  • Island Coast's Kurt Benkert named Virginia's starting QB

    News-Press "It has been quite a year for Kurt Benkert. Marriage. Injury. A degree. Transfer. And now the former Island Coast High star is the starting quarterback for the University of Virginia football team. “It’s been a busy summer,” said Benkert, who married Cape Coral's Samantha Morreal in July...." August 24

  • Perry Hills is Maryland’s starting quarterback. Now he must battle to stay there.

    Washington Post "One major question heading into the Maryland football season was answered Wednesday morning when Coach DJ Durkin announced that fifth-year senior Perry Hills will be the team’s starting quarterback. Whether that solves one of the team’s most vexing problems from last year will be decided over a..." August 24

  • WSU safety Shalom Luani arrested for felony assault

    The Spokesman Review "Washington State starting free safety Shalom Luani was arrested early Wednesday morning after allegedly breaking a man’s nose during a dispute outside Domino’s Pizza in Pullman. Luani, a senior, was arrested and released for second degree assault, a felony charge. According to Pullman Radio,..." August 24

  • Why Michigan State isn't getting the respect it deserves

    Fox Sports "I’d already planned to begin this week on a serious note, and then, coincidentally, someone sent a question that serves as the perfect lead in. Stewart: What is your favorite place to cover a game and why? Is it the atmosphere, food, tailgating, surroundings, etc.? -- David Parry, Belton,..." August 24

  • Report: South Carolina reports 23 NCAA or SEC infractions, nine involving football team

    SEC Country "South Carolina has run into trouble. The school’s athletic department reported 23 NCAA or SEC violations in the past year, as revealed by the Associated Press. The report states that 22 of the infractions were classified as Level III, which is outlined by the NCAA as violations that are ”..." August 23

  • Wisconsin senior offensive lineman Dan Voltz unexpectedly retires

    Wisconsin State Journal "Ten months after the fact, Dan Voltz has realized last year’s game at Illinois — in which he tore the anterior cruciate ligament and lateral meniscus in his right knee — was the last football he’d ever play. The fifth-year senior offensive lineman announced Tuesday that he has decided to retire..." August 23

  • Michigan AD Warde Manuel: Jim Harbaugh is worth every penny

    Detroit Free Press "When Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh's contract addendum emerged last week, the addition pushed him to the brink of being the highest-paid coach in the country. Harbaugh's annual salary, including the $2-million life-insurance payment agreed to in June, now is $7 million per year (actually..." August 23

  • J.D. Sprague leaves Ohio football program due to medical condition

    The Athens Messenger "Ohio now has a new sense of clarity about the quarterback position. But it’s for a reason none of the Bobcats anticipated. Redshirt senior quarterback J.D. Sprague has left the team, Ohio head coach Frank Solich said Wednesday following the Bobcats’ morning practice inside Walter..." August 23

  • 4-Star Adarius Lemons Announces Decommitment From Florida

    College Spun "Adarius Lemons, a four-star running back from Clearwater, Florida, has decommitted from the Florida Gators. Lemons made the announcement on Monday evening via Twitter. This is the second program from which Lemons has decommitted during this recruiting cycle. He was originally committed to..." August 23

  • Notre Dame CB Devin Butler charged with resisting law enforcement, battery

    Notre Dame Insider "St. Joseph County prosecutors have formally charged suspended Notre Dame football player Devin Butler, accusing him of felony counts of resisting law enforcement and battery of a police officer after an altercation early Saturday morning at a bar near campus. Prosecutors filed the two Level 6..." August 23

  • BYU football: Cougars announce senior Taysom Hill will be the starting quarterback

    Daily Herald "It's Taysom Hill. The biggest question regarding the 2016 BYU football team was officially answered Tuesday after the Cougars concluded practice as head coach Kalani Sitake officially announced Hill would be the starting quarterback. Hill, a fifth-year senior who has had three of his seasons..." August 23

  • Aubrey Solomon decommits from Michigan after embarrassing mail mistake

    Larry Brown Sports "Michigan lost a four-star defensive tackle recruit this week because somebody wasn’t paying attention. Aubrey Solomon, a U.S. Army All-American from Leesburg, Ga., announced on Twitter Monday that he is re-opening his recruitment after previously committing to the Wolverines. Solomon, who..." August 23

  • PETA Demands Drug Tests For Baylor Player ... After Dog Abuse Vid

    TMZ "PETA has declared WAR on the scumbag Baylor football player who beat up his dog -- calling for an immediate steroids test, claiming increased testosterone may have contributed to his violent rage. Sophomore wide receiver Ishmael Zamora has been under serious fire ever since footage surfaced..." August 23

  • Why Notre Dame can already be eliminated from the playoff race

    Fox Sports "Notre Dame had what most would consider a successful season in 2015. The Irish won 10 games, and their only regular-season losses came in the last seconds to a pair of teams that finished No. 2 (Clemson) and No. 3 (Stanford) in the final polls. No. 4 Ohio State did hammer Notre Dame in the Fiesta..." August 23

  • Cory Butler-Byrd enters guilty plea in abeyance for criminal mischief charge

    Salt Lake Tribune "Utah football receiver Cory Butler-Byrd entered a guilty plea in abeyance in Utah's Third District court on Monday afternoon for his class A misdemeanor charge stemming from damaging University of Utah police property last month. The 21-year-old's criminal mischief charge will be dismissed..." August 23

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