• Fletcher Adams commits to Mississippi State

    The Clarion-Ledger "There was no commitment ceremony, no hat dance, nothing over the top about the way Fletcher Adams announced where he intends to play college football. The Brandon blue-chip prospect knew where he wanted to commit last Thursday, but gave himself a few more days to make sure he knew he was..." September 22

  • Maryland DE Quinton Jefferson out for season with knee injury

    Washington Post "Maryland starting defensive end Quinton Jefferson will have season-ending surgery on his right knee on Friday, Randy Edsall said on Sunday. Jefferson, a 6-foot-3, 285-pound junior who has become one of the key figures on Maryland’s front seven after starting all 13 games in 2013, missed..." September 22

  • QB decision coming Tuesday for Michigan

    College Football Talk "Will Michigan have a new starter under center when it takes the field this weekend? In 24 hours or so, UM Nation should know for sure. Tuesday, head coach Brady Hoke said Monday, he and his offensive coaching staff will decide whether Devin Gardner, the incumbent, or Shane Morris, the people’s..." September 22

  • Vols dismiss freshman tailback Treyvon Paulk following domestic incident

    Times Free Press "Tennessee freshman tailback Treyvon Paulk has been dismissed from the program for what head coach Butch Jones termed a "personal conduct issue," and it likely stemmed from an incident over the weekend involving Paulk and his ex-girlfriend. According to the Knox County Sheriff's Office, Paulk..." September 22

  • Victor Bolden Out For USC, Maybe Colorado Contests

    Yahoo! Sports "Oregon St. wide receiver Victor Bolden, who dislocated the small "pinky" finger on his right hand while attempting to make a catch on a long pass from Sean Mannion in Saturday night's game against San Diego St., is out for an estimated 10 to 14 days, according to Oregon St. head coach Mike..." September 22

  • Fisher: 'Miscommunication' led to Winston dressing out

    CBSSports.com "Jimbo Fisher blamed a staff "miscommunication" for Jameis Winston dressing out in his uniform, pads and helmet during Florida State's warmups Saturday night. Despite being suspended late Friday night for the entirety of the Seminoles' game vs. Clemson, Winston was spotted by cameras going..." September 22

  • UCLA safety Randall Goforth lost for the season

    Los Angeles Times "UCLA safety Randall Goforth will have surgery on both shoulders and will be lost for the season. Goforth separated his right shoulder against Memphis on Sept. 6. He had previously separated his left shoulder. He will have two surgeries and will likely be out until next fall. He is expected to..." September 22

  • Deshaun Watson earns starting QB job for Clemson

    USA Today "There has been a big debate around Clemson whether the Tigers were starting the right quarterback in senior Cole Stoudt with talented freshman Deshaun Watson performing well in limited opportunities. Watson showed Saturday night at Florida State that he was ready for the job. Following the..." September 22

  • Rutgers' Paul James has torn ACL

    ESPN.com "Rutgers starting running back Paul James will miss the remainder of the season after sustaining a torn ACL in his right knee during Saturday's win at Navy. Scarlet Knights coach Kyle Flood confirmed James' injury Sunday afternoon. James has 363 rushing yards and five touchdowns this season and..." September 22

  • Maryland football's Andrew Isaacs suffers season-ending dislocated knee

    Syracuse.com "Maryland's thorough domination of Syracuse sucked most of the life out of the Carrier Dome during SU's 34-20 loss to the Terrapins. An injury to Maryland tight end Andrew Isaacs stole whatever was left. Isaacs dislocated his knee in the third quarter when a teammate rolled into him from..." September 22

  • Blake Sims says bruised shoulder 'very fine'

    Columbus Ledger-Enquirer "Maryland's thorough domination of Syracuse sucked most of the life out of the Carrier Dome during SU's 34-20 loss to the Terrapins. An injury to Maryland tight end Andrew Isaacs stole whatever was left. Isaacs dislocated his knee in the third quarter when a teammate rolled into him from..." September 22

  • Three suspended Texas starters will remain that way

    College Football Talk "For those Texas fans looking for some offensive help to return this week, and as it looks to continue its run to the College Football Playoff, you’re going to have to wait a bit longer. At his weekly Monday press conference, head coach Charlie Strong confirmed that any player who is currently..." September 22

  • Jameis Winston will return as Florida State QB on Monday

    CBSSports.com "After sitting out Florida State's 23-17 overtime win against Clemson, Jameis Winston will return as Florida State's starting quarterback on Monday, Jimbo Fisher told reporters after the game. Winston was withheld from competition by the university after initially only receiving a half-game..." September 21

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  • East Carolina WR Cam Worthy suspended 2 games

    SB Nation "The East Carolina Pirates will be without their top wide receiver Cam Worthy for their next two games, as he has been suspended for violating the student code of conduct, according to Fox Sports Carolinas' Lauren Brownlow. Worthy's suspension will run through October 4th, so he will miss..." September 21

  • Report: Julie Hermann made Sandusky joke in Rutgers meeting

    CBSSports.com "Only days after athletic director Julie Hermann issued an apology for Rutgers fans' use of T-shirts and banners referring to the Jerry Sandusky scandal, the Newark Star-Ledger reported that Hermann herself made a joke regarding Sandusky in a staff meeting. The Star-Ledger cited "a half-dozen..." September 20

  • Jameis Winston to sit whole game

    ESPN.com "Florida State has suspended quarterback Jameis Winston for the entire game Saturday night against No. 22 Clemson, the school announced late Friday. Winston, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner for the top-ranked Seminoles, originally had been suspended for just the first half against the..." September 20

  • Nebraska kicker suffers broken collarbone in motorcycle crash

    CBSSports.com "Nebraska kicker Mauro Bondi suffered a broken collarbone in a motorcycle crash on Thursday, authorities have confirmed to the Associated Press and Lincoln Journal Star. Bondi, a junior, is the Cornhuskers' primary kickoff specialist. While the school has only confirmed the crash, one assumes..." September 20

  • Scout to Breer: Jameis Winston is a fraud

    NFL.com "It's not like these guys aren't trying. No one wants to land in the situation the Ravens or Panthers or Vikings, or even the Cardinals, found themselves in during this most embarrassing of NFL months. Beyond losing the player, or the brand damage, there's the matter of doing the right thing,..." September 19

  • FSU fans lash out at Jameis Winston 'snitches,' totally miss the point

    Fox Sports "Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston reportedly screamed a vulgar sexual phrase on campus and was suspended by the school for the first half of the Seminoles' games against Clemson on Saturday. The incident apparently happened in the middle of the student union on campus, in front of many..." September 19

  • Texas Tech dismisses defensive coordinator Matt Wallerstedt

    The Oklahoman "Oklahoma State will be facing a new defensive coordinator when it plays Texas Tech next week. Coachingsearch.com reports that the Red Raiders have dismissed defensive coordinator Matt Wallerstedt. Co-defensive coordinator/outside linebackers coach Mike Smith will take over Wallerstedt's duties." September 19

  • Jim Mora playing coy with Brett Hundley’s status for ASU game

    College Football Talk "UCLA already knows it won’t face Arizona State’s starting quarterback, Taylor Kelly, in a huge Pac-12 matchup a week from Thursday. There are also question marks surrounding the Bruins’ starter at the position, but their head coach has decided to play things close to the vest for the time..." September 18

  • Texas QB Ash To End Football Career

    ESPN.com "Texas Longhorns quarterback David Ash has elected to end his football career after struggling with concussion-related symptoms for the past year. Coach Charlie Strong announced the junior quarterback's decision after practice Wednesday. Ash had started 22 games in his career with the Longhorns..." September 18

  • Michigan running back Ty Isaac has his NCAA eligibility waiver appeal denied

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan tailback Ty Isaac will not play for the Wolverines this season. The transfer from USC had his appeal denied by the NCAA, U-M coach Brady Hoke confirmed today. "It didn't go through," Hoke said at a press conference at Schembechler Hall. Michigan had initially applied to make..." September 18

  • Jozwiak expected back for USF on Friday

    Tampa Tribune "South Florida is coming off a 49-17 blowout loss to North Carolina State and not many positives were taken away from the game. A welcoming sight, though, may be back on the Bulls’ offensive line, as senior guard Thor Jozwiak is expected to make his return to the field. Jozwiak was injured in USF’s..." September 18

  • Tom Rossley back at SMU as offensive consultant if school OKs hire

    Dallas Morning News "SMU coach Tom Mason said he will hire former Mustangs coach Tom Rossley as offensive consultant, pending school approval. Rossley is known for his offensive innovations and for being a quarterback mentor, having worked with Hall of Famers Brett Favre and Warren Moon. The Mustangs play their..." September 18

  • Auburn safety Jermaine Whitehead out for Kansas State game

    Alabama.com "Auburn safety Jermaine Whitehead did not travel with the team Wednesday afternoon and will miss the Tigers' nationally-ranked showdown at Kansas State, a school spokesman confirmed. The senior is Auburn's most experienced defensive back and leads the team with two interceptions, and has played..." September 18

  • FSU QB Jameis Winston suspended for the first half against Clemson

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAB - The Dagger "Florida State has suspended starting quarterback Jameis Winston for the first half of Saturday's game against No. 22 Clemson a day after Winston shouted a sexually explicit phrase in the middle of the student union on Tuesday. Coach Jimbo Fisher, who was asked about the incident on the ACC..." September 17

  • Warrant issued for West Virginia corner Daryl Worley

    CBSSports.com "The Morgantown Police Department has issued a warrant charging West Virginia cornerback Daryl Worley with battery following an incident outside a downtown nightclub on Sunday morning. According to Morgantown police there's surveillance footage showing Worley in an argument with a woman outside..." September 17

  • Michigan and Texas agree to home-and-home series

    CBSSports.com "I love what the College Football Playoff is doing for non-conference games in college football. We're seeing more big schools scheduling games against other big schools, and the latest comes from two of the most historic programs in college football history. Michigan and Texas announced a new..." September 17

  • Snyder has history of turning walk-ons into winners at Kansas State

    CBSSports.com "Of all the cultures that pollute football these days -- you've read, heard or seen the worst lately -- Kansas State's is different. Pure. Better. Maybe the best. It's seemingly risky to proclaim anything absolutely good about the sport at the moment. Today's hero might be tomorrow's bum. But at..." September 17

  • MSU running back Jeremy Langford 'back up to speed'

    Detroit Free Press "Jeremy Langford simply misspoke, but it was a telling mistake. "Now I feel good going into the season," the Michigan State senior running back said after Tuesday's practice, then quickly corrected himself: "I mean, this game." When Eastern Michigan (1-2) visits No. 11 MSU (1-1) on Saturday..." September 17

  • UCLA announces signing of top-ranked QB Josh Rosen

    College Football Talk "With Brett Hundley, Myles Jack and company on the field, the present state of UCLA football looks pretty good. And with today’s news, the future looks pretty dang sunny as well. The Bruins formally announced the signing of quarterback recruit Josh Rosen on Monday afternoon. A five-star recruit..." September 16

  • Penn State fans plan ‘Joe-out’ for UMass game Saturday

    Centre Daily Times "Roll up the cuffs on your khaki pants. Put on your dark glasses. Tie on your black shoes. There’s going to be a “Joe-out.” Wait, what’s a Joe-out? Laurie Anne Stannell, a fourth-generation Penn State grad, wanted to see something happen to show support for late former head coach Joe Paterno...." September 16

  • Speedy Noil out for SMU game, but host of Aggies should return

    Houston Chronicle "Three games into Texas A&M’s season, the Aggies’ injury report – much like other teams across the nation – is adding up. A&M coach Kevin Sumlin offered up a bit of good news for Aggies fans, however, Tuesday afternoon during his weekly news conference. Sumlin said linebacker Jordan..." September 16

  • Following DUI arrest, Miami QB Kevin Olsen no longer enrolled at school

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "A day after being arrested for DUI and possession of a fake or stolen driver’s license, Miami quarterback Kevin Olsen is no longer with the Hurricanes program. The Miami athletic department announced the news in a short press release Tuesday afternoon. “Kevin Olsen is no longer a student at..." September 16

  • Jacob Gannon talks return to ISU football, anxiety disorder

    Des Moines Register "It wasn't long after Jacob Gannon walked away from the Iowa State football team that Cyclones coach Paul Rhoads realized something wasn't right. Rhoads, who had already reached out to Gannon's father before, did so again to see what was going on. Turns out the Cyclones' starting right..." September 16

  • Jameis Winston tweet about Clemson 'disrespectful,' says Tigers player

    SB Nation "Last season's game between Florida State and Clemson was one of the most highly hyped matchups in ACC history, pitting top-five undefeated conference foes against each other in Death Valley, the Tigers' hostile home environment. The game didn't exactly live up to that hype, as the Seminoles..." September 16

  • Georgia tailback Nick Chubb undergoes surgery

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Georgia is expected to be without Nick Chubb for Saturday’s game against Troy and possibly longer after the freshman tailback underwent surgery on Monday. Chubb had surgery on his left thumb at St. Mary’s Hospital in Athens on Monday. According to Lavelle Chubb, Nick’s mother, doctors inserted..." September 16

  • West Virginia suspends top cornerback Daryl Worley days before Big 12 opener vs. Oklahoma

    The Oklahoman "West Virginia starting cornerback Daryl Worley has been suspended indefinitely for violating team rules, Mountaineers coach Dana Holgorsen announced Monday night. Worley, a sophomore, ranks third on the team in tackles with 17 and has intercepted two passes through three games this season." September 16

  • USU gets good news on Chuckie Keeton injury front

    College Football Talk "Thanks to what transpired in 2013, Utah State and its fan are rather cognizant of any type of injury scare when it comes to Chuckie Keeton. Fortunately for USU and its followers, this latest one’s just that, a scare. Probably. In the first half of USU’s win over Wake Forest Saturday, Keeton..." September 16

  • Chris Petersen says CB Marcus Peters ‘back with us’

    The News Tribune "After serving a one-game suspension against Illinois, junior cornerback Marcus Peters returned to practice on Monday and is apparently expected to play Saturday against Georgia State. Peters, the Huskies’ best defensive back, was suspended after being benched during UW’s Sept. 6 game against..." September 16

  • Warren Buffett wins $500 with bet on the Nebraska Cornhuskers

    Fox Sports "The rich get richer. Warren Buffett, whose net worth is reportedly $67.6 billion, wagered $550 to win $500 on Nebraska to cover the 12.5-point spread against Fresno State while visiting the MGM sportsbook in Las Vegas over the weekend." September 16

  • Daiquan Kelly flips commitment from Syracuse to Penn State

    SI - College Football "Three-star athlete Daiquan Kelly, who was played on both sides of the ball at Union City (N.J.) High, announced on Twitter on Sunday that he has flipped his verbal commitment from Syracuse to Penn State. Kelly also drew scholarship offers from Michigan State, Virginia and Rutgers, among other..." September 16

  • Iowa State's Jacob Dunning, P.J. Harris likely out for the year

    TheScore.com "Iowa State's thin receiving corps suffered a blow Monday morning with coach Paul Rhoads saying in a conference call that sophomore P.J. Harris is likely out for the season. Rhoads said Harris suffered a "fractured leg," confirmed by ESPN's Brandon Chatmon. The coach said the same about..." September 16

  • Baylor expected to get three WRs back for ISU game

    College Football Talk "Not that it actually needed them, but Baylor was down all four of its leading returning wide receivers from 2013 for last Friday’s 63-12 romp over Buffalo. For the Bears’ next game, they should be back to near full-strength in the receiving corps. On his teleconference Monday, head coach Art..." September 15

  • CMU running backs accused of stealing purse, credit cards

    The Morning Sun "Senior running back Thomas Tyrell Rawls, who was a no-show for Central Michigan University’s football game against Syracuse on Saturday, was arrested Sunday for allegedly stealing a purse and several credit cards at the Soaring Eagle Casino last April. Rawls, 21, of Flint, was arrested by..." September 15

  • Oklahoma running back Keith Ford out 2-3 weeks

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Oklahoma will be without its leading rusher against West Virginia on Saturday. Head coach Bob Stoops said Monday that sophomore Keith Ford will be out for the next two or three weeks after suffering a slight fracture to his ankle in the Sooners’ win over Tennessee. “He won’t play this week..." September 15

  • UMass running back Jamal Wilson likely done for the year

    Daily Hampshire Gazette "On top of the frustrating 34-31 loss to Vanderbilt on Saturday, the UMass football team appears to have lost leading rusher Jamal Wilson for the season. Wilson suffered an ankle injury in the first quarter and had to be taken off the field on a cart for X-rays. After the game, Minuteman coach..." September 15

  • Miami QB Kevin Olsen charged with DUI

    CBSSports.com "Miami reserve quarterback Kevin Olsen was arrested Monday morning and charged with DUI and possession of a fake or stolen driver's license, Associated Press reporter Tim Reynolds and other outlets reported Monday. The brother of Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, Olsen is being held on a..." September 15

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