• Csont'e York also must pay $2K

    ESPN.com "Former Michigan wide receiver Csont'e York was sentenced to seven days in jail after pleading guilty to aggravated assault and assault and battery charges a month ago. York broke a man's jaw and knocked him unconscious when he punched him outside an Ann Arbor bar on July 18. York was suspended..." October 24

  • UNC’s Elijah Hood again listed as doubtful

    College Football Talk "For the second consecutive game, it appears North Carolina will be sans one of the most productive members of its backfield. On its weekly injury report, UNC lists running back Elijah Hood as doubtful for Saturday’s game against Virginia. Thus far, the nature of Hood’s injury hasn’t been..." October 24

  • UNC should get death penalty in academic fraud case, but it won't

    CBSSports.com "North Carolina has been disgraced. Unfortunately for everyone involved, it's not going to end with mere embarrassment. Not if you believe that some shred of the NCAA Manual matters to anyone anymore. Not if you believe in the collegiate model that says education should have at least a smidge to..." October 24

  • Retired judge to conduct FSU hearing

    ESPN.com "Retired Florida Supreme Court chief justice Major Harding has been selected to serve as the independent observer who will conduct Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston's upcoming student conduct code hearing, a source close to the situation confirmed to ESPN.com on Thursday. Winston, the..." October 24

  • Report: SMU ‘floating $4 million annually’ to entice Mack Brown

    College Football Talk "If SMU fails to land Mack Brown as its next head coach, it won’t be for lack of trying. Or financial incentive. In a piece detailing just who may emerge as legitimate candidates for the Mustangs job opened by June Jones’ abrupt retirement two games into the 2014 season, Dallas Morning News..." October 24

  • Notre Dame Football Player Justin Brent -- Yes, That's Porn Star Lisa Ann On My Lap

    TMZ.com "Notre Dame wide receiver Justin Brent has serious game -- even though he hasn't scored on the field yet -- last night he bagged legendary porn star Lisa Ann in NYC. Brent, who's just a freshman, mind you ... took 42-year-old Lisa Ann to the Knicks game at MSG where they were all over each other..." October 24

  • Report: Expect Florida to make a run at Bob Stoops

    Rumors & Rants "Florida’s football program is an absolute mess right now. The Gators are 3-3 with a 2-3 record in the SEC and no hope of recovering under current head coach Will Muschamp. Fans are ready for a new regime after three-plus years and a 25-19 record under Muschamp, and a familiar name has popped up as..." October 23

  • Georgia Bulldogs Offer Evander Holyfield's Son Eljiah scholarship

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Evander Holyfield, the five-time world heavyweight champion, just smiled when asked about his new title: Father of one of Georgia’s top football prospects for next year. Elijah Holyfield is a 4-star running back from Woodward Academy high school who has nearly 30 early scholarship..." October 23

  • Wyoming leading tackler Nzeocha doubtful to return this season

    Casper Star-Tribune "Wyoming senior linebacker Mark Nzeocha, who was injured in the Cowboys' 27-20 overtime loss to San Jose State on Saturday, is doubtful to return this season, head coach Craig Bohl said. Nzeocha -- a 6-foot-3, 239-pound senior -- leads the team with 59 tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles...." October 23

  • Texas off. coordinator Wickline files lawsuit against Oklahoma State

    CBSSports.com "While plenty of college football fans put coaches on trial for the decisions they make on a weekly basis, Texas offensive coordinator Joe Wickline is going to court to prove he's the coach making the decisions. Wickline has filed a lawsuit against his former employer, Oklahoma State, claiming..." October 23

  • Texas athletic director: With new rules, Longhorns would pay each player $10,000

    Dallas Morning News "The University of Texas could spend nearly $6 million a year to comply with a string of recent legal rulings requiring colleges to be more generous to their scholarship athletes. That won’t break the bank, Athletic Director Steve Patterson said Tuesday at a forum on the fast-changing business..." October 23

  • Four-star LB Jerome Baker flips from Florida Gators to Ohio State

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Even after four-star linebacker Jerome Baker committed to Florida over the summer, Urban Meyer couldn't accept that one of the best players in Ohio was leaving the state for college. So Meyer and his staff still pursued the Benedictine prospect, and on Tuesday evening it paid off. Baker..." October 23

  • Clemson freshman QB Deshaun Watson still the starter once he's healthy

    The Post and Courier "Barring "something unusual," Cole Stoudt is a seat-filler. Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney, often ambiguous about the development of personnel battles, promised injured freshman quarterback Deshaun Watson his job back at his weekly Tuesday press conference, once Watson is healed from a broken..." October 23

  • UC QB Jarred Evans suspended indefinitely

    Cincinnati Enquirer "University of Cincinnati coach Tommy Tuberville was not angry when he spoke Tuesday about the suspension of backup quarterback Jarred Evans, but Tuberville clearly is tired of warning his players to behave. Evans was arrested for assault early Sunday morning, just hours after UC returned to..." October 23

  • Lane Kiffin’s mom worried about son’s safety in return to Tennessee

    Larry Brown Sports "Lane Kiffin is going to return to a chorus of boos when the Alabama offensive coordinator travels to Tennessee with his team on Saturday. Kiffin’s mother, Robin, is terrified that some fans in Knoxville will go beyond just booing. In a fantastic piece that was written by Jon Solomon of..." October 23

  • Now is not the time to bet against Nick Saban, Alabama

    New York Post "By this time next week, we will have seen the first set of rankings compiled by the playoff committee, but it’s already obvious that we are barely better off than we were the past 16 years and still at least another dozen years from a logical and equitable solution in determining college..." October 23

  • Rutgers WR Ruhann Peele, arrested Aug. 30, has hearing next week on simple-assault charge

    Newark Star-Ledger "Ruhann Peele, a third-year sophomore wide receiver on the Rutgers football team, was arrested Aug. 30 and charged with simple assault, according to records in New Brunswick municipal court. Peele, a 21-year old Linden High School graduate, has a court hearing on Oct. 27. Peele was arrested by..." October 23

  • BC head coach Clawson: Wolford to start at QB for Wake Forest

    Raleigh News & Observer "Wake Forest's woeful offense can take some solace in this: At least the Demon Deacons still have their quarterback. John Wolford will be back in the starting lineup this week against Boston College after coach Dave Clawson said the freshman showed no signs of a concussion following last week's..." October 23

  • Gators name Treon Harris new starting quarterback

    Orlando Sentinel "Freshman Treon Harris will replace struggling veteran Jeff Driskel as the Florida Gators’ starting quarterback, coach Will Muschamp said Wednesday. Driskel has 12 turnovers during the past four games, including six during consecutive losses to LSU and Missouri. Harris, a first-year player..." October 22

  • UGA to apply for Gurley reinstatement

    Macon Telegraph "Todd Gurley will be reinstated and return to playing for the Georgia football team, pending approval by the NCAA. UGA announced Wednesday morning that it is applying to the NCAA for Gurley's reinstatement. In a statement released by the school, the star tailback took "full responsibility for..." October 22

  • Redshirt freshman Johnny McCrary to become Vandy's 4th starting QB this season

    Tennessean "Vanderbilt redshirt freshman quarterback Johnny McCrary will get his first career start at Missouri on Saturday. Coach Derek Mason named McCrary the starter Tuesday, giving the Commodores their fourth different starting quarterback this season. Vanderbilt (2-5, 0-4 SEC) will play at Missouri..." October 22

  • Michigan State fans vandalize iconic Ann Arbor campus symbol

    Fox Sports - College Football "It must be Michigan-Michigan State week. Wednesday morning, as Michigan students awoke and began their days, they were treated to a surprise. Sometime overnight, a Spartans fan or fans presumably snuck onto campus and left their mark on an iconic campus symbol. The block ‘M’ on the..." October 22

  • NCAA removes Pa. governor from lawsuit over PSU fine

    College Football Talk "The NCAA continues to move forward with a lawsuit against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania over the distribution of fine money to be paid by Penn State. In doing so, the NCAA has removed Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett and Auditor General Eugene DePasquale from the lawsuit. According to an..." October 22

  • WVU Player Among those Cited in Weekend Riot

    Wboy "On Monday, Morgantown Police and Fire departments, city officials, West Virginia University staff and student leaders met to discuss the incidents that occurred Saturday and how the city as a whole can move forward to address the issue of fan behavior. The city proposed several ideas to move..." October 22

  • Todd Gurley can't profit from his likeness, but Georgia students can

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Here's yet another reminder that pretty much anyone can make money off a student-athlete except for the student-athlete. Peyton Bennett is a senior business major at the University of Georgia. For the past few weeks, he has been printing and selling "#FREEGURL3Y" T-shirts around campus in..." October 21

  • Steve Spurrier would rather retire than take over at Florida

    USA Today "The Florida Gators are 3-3 and just lost their second Homecoming game in a row last weekend. This time around, Missouri put on a 42-13 beat down, and fans in The Swamp chanted “Fire Muschamp.” UF athletics director Jeremy Foley has stated several times he will evaluate things after the season..." October 21

  • Michigan QB: 'I've been called the N-word so many times this year'

    Fox Sports "The Michigan Wolverines are struggling through another mediocre season at 3-4 heading into this weekend's game against Michigan State. Part of the issue has been subpar quarterback play from fifth-year senior Devin Gardner, who entered the year as the starter, and backup Shane Morris, who got..." October 21

  • Utah State quarterback situation is in bad shape after Darell Garretson injury

    Mountain West Connection "The Utah State Aggies not only suffered a 16-13 loss to the Colorado State Rams but they lost quarterback Darell Garretson to a wrist injury that knocked him out in the third quarter. Garretson was seen wearing a sling and having an ice pack on his injured wrist. Prior to leaving the game,..." October 21

  • THE CONSPIRACY AGAINST NOTRE DAME

    SB Nation Everyday Should Be Saturday "The public argument over the end of Notre Dame-FSU (and the "penalty" called against the Fighting Irish) has focused on the surface question: was offensive pass interference committed or not? But, much like the penalty itself, that debate is a F A L S E F L A G. No, the real question is who..." October 21

  • OSU football: NCAA, investigative consultant say Sports Illustrated allegations 'fundamentally unfounded'

    The Oklahoman "Sports Illustrated’s myriad allegations of misconduct within the Oklahoma State football program were “fundamentally unfounded,” according to a joint statement released Tuesday by the NCAA and an outside consultant hired by OSU. The SI series was published in September 2013 and alleged..." October 21

  • Oregon State starting receiver Richard Mullaney likely out for season with elbow injury

    Oregonian "Mike Riley begins every Sunday evening media conference call with an update on the Beavers injuries from the previous game. But 18 minutes into his most recent chat with reporters, Riley went back to the health of his squad "Does that sound like everybody?" Riley asked, making sure he had..." October 21

  • Aggies coaches: ‘All positions are open’; apparently no staff changes at hand

    Houston Chronicle "Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin said all the right things Tuesday afternoon in terms of trying to get the reeling Aggies program aimed back in the right direction – and he said there’s been a whole lot more talk behind closed doors along those same lines. “There isn’t anything that’s off the table..." October 21

  • Oklahoma State players charged after falling asleep in drive-thru line

    CBSSports.com "Two Oklahoma State football players went to Whataburger early Sunday morning for a bite. But after falling asleep in the drive-thru line, wide receiver Jhajuan Seales and freshman cornerback Juwan Offray were charged with public intoxication. The arrests occurred 10 hours after Oklahoma State's..." October 21

  • Tim Tebow criticizes identity, leadership of Florida offense

    CBSSports.com "Tim Tebow does not think the Florida offense has an identity, and that a lack of leadership on that side of the ball is one reason for their current struggles. After a blowout home loss to Missouri, Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley issued a statement that indicated an evaluation for is..." October 21

  • 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

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