• 100,000 people asked to not use bathrooms at Alabama game

    USA Today "This seems bad. During the Alabama-Texas A&M game at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday, reporters shared that an announcement was made to inform everyone there some sort of water pressure issue developed … and that everyone should try not to use any of the restrooms or water facilities." October 22

  • San Diego State suspends 3 players indefinitely for violating team rules

    San Diego Union-Tribune "San Diego State’s football team suspended three players before Friday night’s 42-3 victory over San Jose State. Juniors Derek Babiash and Billy Vaughn Jr., who rotate with each other at cornerback opposite Damontae Kazee, did not suit up. Also suspended was reserve defensive player Fred..." October 22

  • Danny Clark, former Ohio State pledge, commits to Kentucky

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Three-star quarterback Danny Clark of Archbishop Hoban decommitted from Ohio State less than a month ago. He has already found a new home. Clark announced his commitment to Kentucky on Saturday while in Lexington visiting the Wildcats home game vs. Mississippi State. A 6-foot-4,..." October 22

  • Alabama used Blake Sims as scout team QB to prepare for Texas A&M

    247 Sports "In order to prepare for Texas A&M quarterback Trevor Knight, Alabama used one of its own former signal-callers. Blake Sims, who is similar in size, mimicked Knight during the Crimson Tide practices this week. It's a unique scenario, considering Sims is not employed by Alabama. Sims, who led..." October 22

  • Terps' Will Likely out for season with torn ACL

    Baltimore Sun "Amid the excitement of Maryland’s first night football game under coach DJ Durkin came sobering news Friday: senior cornerback Will Likely III will be out for the remainder of the season with a torn ACL, ending his career as a Terp. Likely, who returned to College Park after a record-setting..." October 22

  • 4-star Texas WR target Omar Manning commits to TCU

    Sports Day "And Omar Manning makes three. On Friday evening, the Lancaster senior wide receiver orally committed to TCU, making him the third major area recruit to pledge to the Horned Frogs. About 24 hours prior, Waxahachie receiver Jalen Reagor made waves by flipping his commitment from Oklahoma to..." October 22

  • Uh oh: Brian Kelly gets the dreaded vote of confidence from Notre Dame AD

    CBS Sports "The voices of Notre Dame fans calling for Brian Kelly's ousting have only grown louder with the passing weeks, as an Irish team that began the season ranked in the top 10 with College Football Playoff aspirations has sputtered to a 2-5 start, but there's only one voice that matters, and it's..." October 21

  • Report: At least one college team interested in Norv Turner as head coach

    Larry Brown Sports "If Norv Turner wants another head coaching job, there may be an opportunity for the Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator to score one at the end of the season. Just not with an NFL team. According to a report from Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen of ESPN, Turner is being closely watched..." October 20

  • Two Gophers football players subjected to restraining order

    St. Paul Pioneer Press "Two Gophers football players have had a temporary restraining order filed against them in Hennepin County District Court, and the order could keep them from attending Saturday’s homecoming game against Rutgers at TCF Bank Stadium, according to court documents and the players’ attorney. Lawyer..." October 20

  • Texas Tech’s Corey Dauphine announces he will transfer

    Today's U "Texas Tech Red Raiders’ freshman running back Corey Dauphine announced his intention to transfer from the program on his Twitter account on Wednesday afternoon. “I will always have love for you boys, this town, and this University. #wreckem” After a redshirt season in 2015, Dauphine has..." October 20

  • Bucs' Winston says he second-guesses choice of FSU over Stanford

    Tampa Bay Times "On a conference call with San Francisco bay area writers Wednesday, Winston indicated he still second-guesses his decision to choose Florida State over Stanford when he was recruited by both out of high school. Winston's regret still exists despite him winning the 2013 Heisman Trophy and..." October 20

  • Former Virginia receiver alleges hazing, abusive culture

    ESPN "A former University of Virginia football player is suing the school after claiming that teammates bullied and mocked him over a learning disability and forced him into a hazing ritual this summer that left him with a broken eye socket. The federal civil rights lawsuit, filed Friday by Aidan..." October 20

  • Four-star running back commits to U of L

    Louisville Courier-Journal "The Louisville football team landed arguably its best commitment in the 2017 recruiting class on Wednesday from four-star Florida running back Colin Wilson, who is rated the nation's No. 170 senior nationally by Rivals.com. Wilson, a 6-foot, 205-pound play for Clay High School in Green Cove..." October 19

  • Big 12 officials told in memo to say decision to decline expansion was 'unanimous', ESPN reports

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "The Big 12 issued an internal memo of talking points for all conference officials after announcing on Monday night that the conference would decline expansion, ESPN reported Tuesday evening. According to the report, the first two items of the memo stated that all officials "(i)ndicate the Board..." October 19

  • UH officials discussing Tom Herman contract extension

    Houston Chronicle "A day after missing out on an invitation to the Big 12, the University of Houston turned its attention to another piece of important business. UH athletic director Hunter Yurachek said Tuesday that he’s had “very general conversations” with top university officials on parameters of a new..." October 19

  • 4-Star WR KD Nixon Announces Commitment To Colorado

    College Spun "KD Nixon, a four-star wide receiver out of Texas who used to be committed to Tennessee, announced his commitment to the Colorado Buffaloes tonight. Colorado football is having a renaissance season, and Mike MacIntyre’s club just landed a huge blue-chip commitment. Nixon made his announcement..." October 19

  • Two Georgia linebackers investigated for alleged marijuana use

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Two Georgia linebackers are being investigated by police after they were called to a dorm room that smelled of marijuana, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported. Sophomores Natrez Patrick and Roquan Smith were not arrested in the incident because the search of the dorm room didn't yield..." October 18

  • Washington State's Mike Leach questions ASU's signal stealing

    Arizona Republic "For the second consecutive season, an opponent is questioning Arizona State’s integrity when it comes to signal stealing. Washington State coach Mike Leach – whose red-hot Cougars this week visit Sun Devil Stadium – didn’t come out and accuse ASU coach Todd Graham of illegal practices, but..." October 18

  • Nike’s Phil Knight donates $500 million to University of Oregon

    Sportsnaut "They can’t say Nike co-founder Phil Knight isn’t into the philanthropy scene. With a net worth of over $24 billion, he’s been in on the ground floor of some amazing endeavors in the past. Knight and his wife, Penny, continued that tradition Monday night by donating $500 million to the..." October 18

  • Chris Leak accuser decides not to press charges

    Sporting News - NCAAF "It appears former Florida quarterback Chris Leak won't face charges related to sexual misconduct. The 16-year-old girl who accused Leak of inappropriate contact with her at Edgewater High School has chosen not to file charges, according to the Orlando Sentinel. The 31-year-old Leak was..." October 18

  • Donovan Jeter, 2017 4-Star DL, Announces Decommitment From Notre Dame

    College Spun "Donovan Jeter, a four-star defensive lineman in the 2017 class out of Pennsylvania, has decommitted from Notre Dame. The 6-foot-5, 250-pound prospect is ranked the No. 11 strongside defensive end and No. 279 player in the class by 247Sports’ Composite Rankings. He announced his decommitment..." October 18

  • Alvin Kamara dealing with multiple knee injuries

    SEC Country "Per a report from 247Sports John Brice, Tennessee running back Alvin Kamara is dealing with multiple knee injuries following the Volunteers 49-10 loss to Alabama. Per Brice, Kamara has a sprained LCL and a meniscus injury that likely requires surgery. Per Brice, the injuries could take 2-to-4..." October 18

  • Big 12 won't expand at this time; will stay at 10 members

    ESPN "After three months of exploring the option, the Big 12 voted Monday to remain at 10 members and not expand. According to Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby, the vote was unanimous among the league's presidents and chancellors, and no individual expansion schools were discussed or voted on during..." October 18

  • Leonard Fournette expected to return for LSU's game against Mississippi

    USA Today "LSU tailback Leonard Fournette is expected to return to the field Saturday when the No. 23 Tigers host No. 22 Mississippi, LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron said Monday afternoon at his weekly press luncheon. Fournette has not played since reinjuring his ankle at Auburn on September 24. "I expect..." October 17

  • North Carolina's Mack Hollins out for season

    247 Sports "North Carolina wideout Mack Hollins will miss the rest of his senior season after breaking his collarbone during Saturday's win at Miami, sources have told Greg Barnes of Inside Carolina. Sources have not yet confirmed Hollins' injury to Carolina Blue, but the breaking report indicates Hollins..." October 17

  • Rescigno to replace Laviano as Rutgers' starter

    North Jersey "Chris Ash is shaking things up and making a change at the most important position on the field. Ash announced Monday that Giovanni Rescigno will be the starting quarterback going forward, replacing former starter Chris Laviano. Rescigno took over for a benched Laviano in the second half..." October 17

  • Oklahoma RB Samaje Perine out for two to three weeks

    The Oklahoman "Oklahoma running back Samaje Perine will miss two to three weeks with a pulled muscle in his leg, Sooners coach Bob Stoops said Monday. Perine was injured diving for a touchdown on the first drive of Saturday's 38-17 win over Kansas State. Oklahoma's running back depth has taken a big hit..." October 17

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