• NCAA sued over number, length of football scholarships

    SI - College Football "Former Colorado State kicker Durrell Chamorro sued the NCAA last week in a class-action suit, seeking damages for Division I football players who were affected by the now-defunct rule banning multiyear scholarships, reports CBSSports.com’s Jon Solomon. The NCAA passed a rule in 2012 which..." September 02

  • WR Jesus Wilson returns for Florida State

    Tallahassee Democrat "Jesus "Bobo" Wilson is no longer suspended. After being benched for Florida State's season-opener against Oklahoma State, the sophomore wideout will be back on the field this Saturday as the Seminoles host The Citadel. "Bobo will be back in the mix this week," Fisher said Monday afternoon..." September 02

  • Maryland’s Taivon Jacobs out for season with knee injury

    Washington Post "Maryland wide receiver Taivon Jacobs will miss the remainder of the season with a right knee injury, Coach Randy Edsall announced Monday afternoon. The redshirt freshman had an MRI on Monday on his right meniscus, which he injured during the second drive of Maryland’s win over James Madison on..." September 02

  • Polls: Florida State remains No. 1, Georgia jumps into the Top 10

    CBSSports.com "The new college football polls were released Tuesday, and after five days of action the landscape has been reset with actual results in mind. The polls won't figure into the chase for the College Football Playoff, at least not officially, but it is the most tangible ranking we have until the..." September 02

  • Joel Stave out indefinitely with shoulder pain

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "For the second time in less than five months, Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave has been sidelined because of shoulder problems related to the injury he suffered on Jan. 1 in the 2014 Capital One Bowl. "Joel has been dealing with some issues with his throwing shoulder for the last couple of..." September 02

  • Gophers DT Scott Ekpe lost for season

    St. Paul Pioneer Press "Gophers starting junior defensive tackle Scott Ekpe is out for the season, Minnesota coach Jerry Kill said Tuesday. Ekpe, who had his first start in Thursday's 42-20 win over Eastern Illinois, suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee after a pile up in the first..." September 02

  • Tennessee starting OT Jacob Gilliam tears ACL, out for year

    CBSSports.com "One of the youngest offensive lines in the FBS just got younger. Butch Jones announced Tuesday that Tennessee starting left tackle Jacob Gilliam tore his ACL in the Vols' 38-7 win over Utah State Sunday, ending his 2014 season. A fifth-year senior, Gilliam is a former walk-on who earned a..." September 02

  • Ohio State tight end Marcus Baugh suspended for Buckeyes' first two games for 'stuff'

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State tight end Marcus Baugh has been in and out of trouble since he arrived in Columbus as part of the Buckeyes' 2013 recruiting class. He's in it right now. Baugh didn't make the trip to Baltimore for the Buckeyes' 34-17 win over Navy on Saturday, and coach Urban Meyer said it was..." September 02

  • Alabama starting DB Williams played on a broken foot

    Alabama.com "After playing all game Saturday, Alabama defensive back Jarrick Williams had a sore foot. After x-rays, coach Nick Saban said the senior from Mobile had a broken bone. He'll miss the next four weeks to recover. Williams made three tackles in the 33-23 win over West Virginia. He was the..." September 02

  • Iowa State’s best receiver is done for the year

    College Football Talk "As if losing at home to North Dakota State was not enough of a rough way to start the 2014 season for Iowa state, Iowa State was dealt a bad hand again today. Head coach Paul Rhoades announced wide receiver Quenton Bundrage is out for the rest of the season due to a knee injury. Bundrage..." September 02

  • Florida reinstates three players suspended for Idaho game

    CBSSports.com "It turns out that severe weather doesn't only lead to the cancellation of football games, but the cancellation of suspensions as well. On Saturday it was announced that Florida had suspended receiver Demarcus Robinson and defensive linemen Jay-nard Bostwick and Darious Cummings for its season..." September 01

  • Arkansas coaches stuck on elevator at halftime had 'no bearing on outcome' against Auburn

    Alabama.com "Arkansas's offense stalled in the second half after its coaches got stuck in an elevator inside Jordan-Hare Stadium. Arkansas offensive coordinator Jim Chaney, however, doesn't believe the snafu at halftime led to the 45-21 loss to No. 6 Auburn on Saturday. "It wasn't that big a deal when we..." September 01

  • Charlie Strong: Starting QB David Ash out against BYU

    College Football Talk "Texas head coach Charlie Strong says his starting quarterback, David Ash, will not be available this weekend for a home game against BYU. Ash apparently took a hit in the first quarter against North Texas on Saturday that raised a caution flag later that night. Sophomore Tyrone Swoopes will now be..." September 01

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    Jay Drew @drewjay

    Texas coach Strong also said center Dom Espinosa has fractured ankle, will have surgery Wednesday. Out for season.

  • Alabama receiver DeAndrew White leaves West Virginia game with injury

    Alabama.com "Alabama senior wide receiver DeAndrew White has battled knee and toe injuries during his career, but his game against West Virginia came to an end with a shoulder injury. On Alabama's first possession of the second half, quarterback Blake Sims lofted a pass that White caught for a 19-yard gain,..." September 01

  • South Carolina's Mike Davis 'sort of doubtful' for East Carolina

    CBSSports.com "Steve Spurrier continues to be an innovator, as the Ol' Ball Coach has invented a new term for all those injury reports out there. Spurrier said that South Carolina running back Mike Davis was "sort of doubtful" for the Gamecocks next game against East Carolina. I'm guessing that "sort of..." August 31

  • Hospitalized Wisconsin lineman Zagzebski out of hospital

    College Football Talk "Wisconsin suffered a tough loss Saturday night in Houston against LSU, but the concern for injured fifth-year senior Konrad Zagzebski was far more serious than the result of the game. Zagzebski was taken off the field on a stretcher following a collision in Saturday night’s game. He was taken to..." August 31

  • Tyler Boyd sits out second half

    ESPN.com "Pittsburgh receiver Tyler Boyd dislocated a finger on his left hand against Delaware on Saturday and will not play in the second half, the school announced. Boyd, the team's leading receiver and punt returner, was hurt returning a punt in the second quarter." August 30

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    Bruce Feldman @BruceFeldmanCFB

    #TexasTech & Kliff Kingsbury agree on a new deal. Thru 2020 season. guaranteed base of $24.2 MIL & an avg of $3.5 M per yr, sources tell fox

  • Cornerback Rashard Robinson, receiver Malachi Dupre are not making trip with LSU to Houston

    The Advocate "Starting cornerback Rashard Robinson and freshman receiver Malachi Dupre did not make the trip to Houston for LSU’s game against Wisconsin, sources confirmed with The Advocate on Friday. Dupre suffered an ankle injury in practice this week, and Robinson has been at least temporarily suspended,..." August 30

  • Syracuse QB Terrel Hunt ejected after throwing punch

    CBSSports.com "I'm guessing the 2014 season didn't start the way Syracuse quarterback Terrel Hunt wanted it to. With Syracuse leading Villanova 10-7 in the first quarter, Hunt was tackled and felt that a Villanova defender came in with a late hit, and then he did something stupid: he punched him." August 30

  • Johnny Manziel fan of 'Kenny Football'

    ESPN.com "Johnny Manziel is ready to hand off his nickname. Or at least share it. After Texas A&M sophomore quarterback Kenny Hill shredded No. 9 South Carolina for 511 yards passing on Thursday, breaking Manziel's single-game school record, the Cleveland Browns rookie QB acknowledged that his..." August 30

  • LAPD investigating Josh Shaw over possible domestic violence case

    CBSSports.com "The Los Angeles Police Department announced Friday that it is investigating whether suspended USC cornerback Josh Shaw was involved in a possible domestic violence incident last Saturday, the Los Angeles Times reported. “We would have like to hear from Mr. Shaw to provide some clarity about the..." August 30

  • Bo Pelini calls marijuana use a 'horrible problem'

    Omaha World-Herald "Bo Pelini veered off topic a little Friday morning at the Big Red Breakfast and took a strong stance against marijuana, telling a crowd of about 250 people that it’s a “real problem out there.” Pelini called it not only an issue in high schools, middle schools and even grade schools, but..." August 30

  • Kenny Hill breaks Johnny Manziel passing record in debut

    NFL.com "Who needs to fill Johnny Football's shoes? Kenny Hill looks awfully comfortable in his own. The successor to Johnny Manziel, Hill shredded South Carolina in his first career start Thursday night for a stunning 511 passing yards in a 52-28 victory. That broke the single-game passing record of..." August 29

  • USC'S Anthony Brown: Can't play for a racist

    ESPN.com "USC senior running back Anthony Brown called head coach Steve Sarkisian a racist and quit the team Thursday. Brown posted on his Instagram Thursday morning, "Sark treated me like a slave in his Office...Can't play for a racist MAN!!!!! #Fighton" and posted a similar message on his..." August 29

  • USC's Josh Shaw -- Heated Locker Room Confrontation ... Teammate Screamed to 'Come Clean'

    TMZ.com "Josh Shaw was aggressively confronted by a teammate in the USC locker room Monday morning -- with the player screaming at Shaw to "come clean" about the false hero story ... TMZ Sports has learned. We spoke with multiple sources in the USC athletic department who all say the same thing ... the..." August 29

  • Notre Dame pulls another player due to the academic investigation

    CBSSports.com "Notre Dame announced Thursday afternoon that a fifth player will join wide receiver DeVaris Daniels, cornerback KeiVarae Russell, defensive end Ishaq Williams and linebacker Kendall Moore in missing time due to an ongoing academic investigation. Notre Dame did not name the player in its..." August 29

  • Josh Shaw's Lawyer Confirms Balcony Fall

    Deadspin.com "There's a whole lot of confusion on what actually happened to USC DB Josh Shaw, who sprained both ankles in some sort of incident on Saturday. Well, here's one piece of the puzzle, filled in. Initially, Shaw and USC said he had leapt out a window to save a drowning nephew. That turned out to be..." August 28

  • UNC DT Ethan Farmer cleared

    Raleigh News & Observer "It's been a difficult week for the North Carolina football team but some good news arrived on Thursday: Ethan Farmer, a senior defensive tackle, has been cleared to play, UNC announced. Farmer had been facing an undisclosed eligibility issue and UNC had been waiting on the NCAA to decide his..." August 28

  • Okla. St. to start QB Walsh vs. No. 1 Noles

    ESPN.com "J.W. Walsh will start at quarterback for Oklahoma State when the Cowboys open the season against No. 1 Florida State on Saturday, coach Mike Gundy told ESPN Radio. "J.W. has taken the majority of the [first-team] reps and will be the guy that goes out there and starts for us," Gundy told "SVP..." August 28

  • Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech agree to two-year contract extension

    Washington Post "With retirement speculation growing after consecutive disappointing seasons, Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer has agreed to a two-year contract extension that will keep him at the school through at least the 2018 campaign. Beamer, 67, will begin his 28th year at Virginia Tech on..." August 28

  • QB uncertainty no big deal for TCU

    Fox Sports Southwest "The TCU Horned Frogs will debut their new offense Saturday against Samford with a veteran quarterback under center. Whether it will be junior Trevone Boykin or senior Matt Joeckel won't be known until 6 p.m. when the Frogs take the field at Amon Carter Stadium. Head coach Gary Patterson..." August 28

  • Georgia State gets first FBS win, first win in nearly two years against Abilene Christian

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Georgia State is no longer a winless FBS football team. The Panthers beat Abilene Christian 38-37 Wednesday night in college football's season opener after a 26-yard field goal by Will Lutz with four seconds left. After starting the program in 2010, Georgia State moved up to FBS, the top..." August 28

  • A&M's Cedric Ogbuehi, the chubby kid Texas didn't want, now a star LT

    CBSSports.com "A ninth-grade teacher at Allen High School asked the class to write down goals. Cedric Ogbuehi wrote down two. 1) Drive a nice car. 2) Play football for the Texas Longhorns. He's not even halfway there. His used Chrysler 300 doesn't exactly sparkle. And Johnny Manziel wasn't the only..." August 28

  • USC could be without Tre Madden for a month

    Inside Socal "USC tailback Tre Madden might not return until the fourth game because of his turf toe. Madden’s foot was in a protective boot today. " August 28

  • Alabama starting linebacker suspended for opener after 'minor NCAA infraction'

    Alabama.com "The Alabama football team is reasonably healthy, but it will be without a starter for another reason. Senior middle linebacker Trey DePriest was suspended "for a minor NCAA infraction," coach Nick Saban said Wednesday. No further details were provided about the specific rule violated. He'll..." August 28

  • Kelvin Taylor growing into more complete back

    Fox Sports Florida "The Gators' depth chart at tailback reads like this: Kelvin Taylor or Matt Jones or Mack Brown. The way freshman Brandon Powell looked in camp, you should probably expect to see him too in Saturday's season opener against Idaho. Florida head coach Will Muschamp knows what he saw during camp..." August 28

  • Josh Shaw admits he lied, suspended indefinitely

    CBSSports.com "And so it seems the Josh Shaw Saga at USC has reached its conclusion. The school announced Wednesday evening that Shaw admitted to athletic department officials that he fabricated his story about hurting his ankles while saving his nephew in a pool and he's been suspended indefinitely. "We..." August 28

  • Ty Montgomery cleared, expected to start Stanford’s opener

    College Football Talk "After it was first thought Stanford would be without its top offensive threat for the first half of the first month of the season — at least — said threat should be back for the first half of the first game. Cardinal head coach David Shaw said Tuesday that Ty Montgomery has been medically..." August 27

  • Stoops: Seems DGB wants to stay at OU

    The Oklahoman "Bob Stoops wouldn’t speak much Monday about Dorial Green-Beckham’s situation a few days after the NCAA denied a waiver request for immediate eligibility and Oklahoma all but announced it wouldn’t pursue the matter further. But Stoops did say Green-Beckham remained in class at OU and that he..." August 27

  • Ty Isaac's bid to play at Michigan this season denied by NCAA

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan running back Ty Isaac is not likely to see the field this year. That was what the Wolverines were told by the NCAA when their hardship-waiver application for Isaac was denied last week. U-M coach Brady Hoke said today that Isaac, who transferred to Michigan after one year at USC,..." August 27

  • Alabama QB Blake Sims the favorite to start vs. WVU, Jacob Coker to play

    CBSSports.com "Alabama's early-week plan is to play two quarterbacks on Saturday against West Virginia , with fifth-year senior Blake Sims the current favorite to start, CBSSports.com has learned. Touted Florida State transfer Jacob Coker will play in the Georgia Dome, but he failed to create significant..." August 27

  • Gamecocks' star linebacker Moore won't start against Texas A&M

    The Post and Courier "Skai Moore, the linebacker who led South Carolina in tackles and interceptions last year as a true freshman, will not start the season opener against Texas A&M, Gamecocks defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward said after practice Tuesday. "He'll play. He'll play early," Ward said, referring to..." August 27

  • North Carolina suspends four players for one game

    CBSSports.com "North Carolina coach Larry Fedora announced the suspensions of four players following practice on Wednesday. Desmond Lawrence, Brian Walker, M.J. Stewart and Donnie Miles, all four of whom are defensive backs, will be suspended for North Carolina's opener against Liberty. Both Lawrence and..." August 27

  • West Virginia QB Clint Trickett says his 1st kiss was with Nick Saban's daughter

    Alabama.com "West Virginia quarterback Clint Trickett kissed and told Tuesday when he met with reporters in Morgantown. Asked about his relationship with Alabama coach Nick Saban, Trickett confessed that his first kiss was with Saban's daughter, Kristen. "His daughter was my first kiss, back in the day,"..." August 27

  • Two Wildcats suspended for season opener

    Lexington Herald-Leader "Because of unspecified violations of team rules, Kentucky will be without a starting offensive lineman and a reserve wide receiver when it opens the season against Tennessee-Martin on Saturday. Senior left tackle Darrian Miller, who has started 24 consecutive games for the Cats, is sitting for..." August 27

  • A&M transfer eligible to play for Baylor this season

    Dallas Morning News "Ishmael Wilson, a transfer offensive lineman from Texas A&M, will be eligible this season after receiving a waiver from the NCAA." August 27

  • Josh Shaw's Sister Says He Did Save Her Son

    Deadspin.com "While the rest of the world tries to figure out just what the hell is going on with this Josh Shaw story, his sister and the mother of the seven-year-old he reportedly saved, confirmed his story. Asia Shaw apparently spoke with KABC, but the station only aired a brief audio recording and she did..." August 27

  • Mora not interested in media hype surrounding UCLA

    Fox Sports West "UCLA football coach Jim Mora was channeling another Los Angeles-based head coach Tuesday morning at Spaulding Field. Doing his best Darryl Sutter impression, Mora kept his answers exceptionally brief when speaking with the media, as the No. 7 Bruins prepped for their season-opener at Virginia...." August 27

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