• UF QB facing misdemeanor charge

    The Gainesville Sun "Starting Florida quarterback Treon Harris is facing a second-degree misdemeanor charge for operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. According to court records, Harris has never had a license. A citation was filed on Tuesday by University Police. Harris has an arraignment date set..." December 19

  • USF hires former Purdue coach Danny Hope as co-OC

    CBSSports.com "After two seasons outside of coaching, former Purdue coach Danny Hope has returned to college football as USF's new co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach, the Bulls announced Friday. From the USF statement regarding Hope's hire and the promotion of staff member David Reaves: Hope..." December 19

  • No. 1 LB Malik Jefferson commits to Texas Longhorns with teammate DeAndre McNeal

    SB Nation "On Friday morning in a ceremony at Mesquite (Texas) Poteet, five-star linebacker Malik Jefferson made the decision to change the trajectory of the Texas Longhorns program, committing to head coach Charlie Strong minutes after his teammate, four-star wide receiver DeAndre McNeal. He chose..." December 19

  • UAB LB Jake Ganus commits to Georgia

    Alabama.com "UAB's leading-tackler from its historic 2014 team that finished 6-6 (4-4 in Conference USA), becoming the first Blazers team to qualify for bowl competition for the first time in a decade, has a found a new home. Chelsea High School product Jake Ganus committed to Georgia this morning, landing..." December 19

  • Tennessee's leading rusher won't miss time after underage drinking charge

    CBSSports.com "Tennessee's leading rusher, freshman running back Jalen Hurd, won't miss any playing time as a result of an underage drinking charge from earlier this month. According to The Tennessean, a University of Tennessee police officer issued citations to two males on Dec. 3 after spotting a car with..." December 19

  • P.J. Fleck signs six-year extension at Western Michigan, is now the MAC’s highest-paid coach

    College Football Talk "Just a year after posting a 1-11 debut, P.J. Fleck is set to become the highest-paid coach in the Mid-American Conference. The Broncos announced a six-year contract extension, keeping Fleck signed through the 2020 season, worth $800,000 annually, plus incentives. The new contract will make..." December 19

  • WVU QB Clint Trickett returns to practice, will play vs. Texas A&M

    College Football Talk "West Virginia quarterback Clint Trickett has returned to practice after leaving the Mountaineers’ 26-20 loss to Kansas State on Nov. 18. “Clint’s done such a good job for us over the course of the year,” head coach Dana Holgorsen told the Associated Press. “He’s responsible for us being in a..." December 19

  • Steve Addazio inks Eagles extension

    ESPN.com "Boston College coach Steve Addazio does not look like he is going anywhere for a while. The second-year Eagles coach signed a contract extension through the 2020 season, the school announced Thursday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. "In just two years, Steve Addazio has done an amazing..." December 18

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    Bruce Feldman @BruceFeldmanCFB

    As I said on @FoxSports1 today, I was told by sources the reports on the $8M per offer by #Michigan to Jim Harbaugh are not accurate.

  • Oregon's Mark Helfrich confirms Ekpre-Olomu will miss playoffs

    CBSSports.com "The Oregon Ducks will be without cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu for the rest of the season. That includes Oregon's Rose Bowl game against Florida State, and a possible title game against the winner of the Sugar Bowl. Reports first surfaced that Ekpre-Olomu had suffered a "serious knee injury" on..." December 18

  • Michigan wants to make Jim Harbaugh rich but that isn't enough

    USA Today "According to reports, Michigan wants to make San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh the highest paid coach in college football. The offer according to the NFL Network would see Harbaugh paid $8 million per year for six years. It’s an offer that makes all the sense for the..." December 18

  • Florida OT Humphries denies he has decided to enter 2015 NFL Draft

    CBSSports.com "Florida junior offensive tackle D.J. Humphries announced on Twitter early Thursday that a Wednesday night report from The Gainesville Sun, which said Humphries had decided to forgo his remaining eligibility and declare for the 2015 NFL Draft, was incorrect. The Gators have already lost three..." December 18

  • Report: Former Washington Huskies CB Marcus Peters choked assistant coach

    Seattle Blog "It was widely known that former Washington Huskies cornerback Marcus Peters butted heads with coaches prior to his dismissal from the program in November, but an account published Wednesday detailed a much uglier scenario than initially reported. “Peters was suspended and later dismissed from..." December 18

  • Memphis, Justin Fuente agree to new five-year contract starting at $1.4M

    SI - College Football "Memphis coach Justin Fuente led the Tigers to a share of the American Athletic Conference championship. Now, the school is rewarding him for it. A source with knowledge of the situation said Memphis and Fuente have agreed to a five-year contract starting at $1.4 million per season. The contract..." December 18

  • Capsized UAB football program finds unlikely ally in 5-year-old boy

    Fox Sports - College Football "Bennett Williams is a 5-year-old from Dublin, Ohio. And this youngster loves the UAB Blazers. Cool logos will do that. So when UAB president Ray Watts decided to kill the football program earlier this month, "Bennett was devastated," his dad, Brad, wrote to AL.com. And when a parent tries to..." December 18

  • Source: Florida left tackle D.J. Humphries to go pro

    The Gainesville Sun "A third member from Florida's 2012 recruiting class is leaving early for the NFL. Left tackle D.J. Humphries will forgo his senior season and enter the draft, sources told The Sun. Defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. and running back Matt Jones both made the same decision a few weeks ago. Two..." December 18

  • Tennessee lands former Alabama RB Alvin Kamara

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Former Alabama running back Alvin Kamara has landed at Tennessee. The Vols announced they had signed Kamara, a former four-star prospect, out of Hutchinson (Kansas) Community College. Kamara spent the 2013 season at Alabama, but never saw the field. He was suspended twice and left home from..." December 18

  • Ohio State tackle Kyle Dodson medically disqualified from football

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "There was a time when Kyle Dodson, and those in his support system, thought this year would be his chance to crack the starting lineup on Ohio State's offensive line. That never happened, and now Dodson's career as a Buckeye is over. Ohio State announced on Wednesday that Dodson, a former..." December 18

  • Key offensive Sooners should be ready for Russell Athletic Bowl

    College Football Talk "With the bowl season about the get started, Oklahoma is optimistic about the status of three key players on offense. Quarterback Trevor Knight, running back Samaje Perine and wide receiver Sterling Shepard are all expected to be available to play for the Sooners when they face Clemson in the..." December 18

  • Source: WVU's Dawson leaving to become Kentucky's OC, playcaller

    Fox Sports - College Football "West Virginia offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson is leaving to become the playcaller and offensive coordinator at Kentucky, a source told FOX Sports Wednesday. This season Dawson helped the Mountaineers to the nation's No. 9 offense (502 yards per game) that ranked No. 9 in passing and No. 42..." December 18

  • Pitt targeting Greg Schiano, per report

    Cardiac Hill "With news of Paul Chryst heading to Wisconsin to take the Badgers' job, we're quickly going to be moving into the land of coaching candidates for Pitt. First up? Greg Schiano, apparently. I don't fully know where I stand on this, but there are certainly worse candidates. I remember being..." December 17

  • Reports: Oregon CB Ekpre-Olomu suffers 'serious knee injury,' out for playoffs

    CBSSports.com "According to a report from Yahoo Sports' Rand Getlin, Oregon cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu suffered a "serious knee injury" in practice on Tuesday, which the school fears it could be a torn ACL. Comcast SportsNet's Aaron Fentress added that Ekpre-Olomu will miss the rest of the..." December 17

  • Five-star wide receiver Christian Kirk selects Texas A&M

    USA Today "The easy part was leading Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro to another state football championship and an undefeated season. The hard part for senior receiver Christian Kirk was trying to figure out a college among his final five: Arizona State, UCLA, Auburn, Ohio State and Texas A&M. The five-star..." December 17

  • UW junior star Shaq Thompson says he’s undecided about entering NFL draft

    Seattle Times "A potential first-round NFL draft pick, Washington junior star Shaq Thompson says he will talk with his family over the Christmas break before making any formal decisions about whether to enter the draft after this season. “Just sitting down with my family and Coach Pete and some of the coaches..." December 17

  • LSU WR Travin Dural says he coming back for 2015 season

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "LSU's leading receiver Travin Dural told a Baton Rouge TV reporter Tuesday he will return for his junior season with the Tigers rather than enter the NFL Draft. Dural, who caught 37 passes for 758 yards and seven touchdowns, is a draft eligible sophomore because he redshirted in his first..." December 17

  • Bo Pelini throws shade at Nebraska's administration

    Sporting News - NCAAF "It didn’t take long for Bo Pelini to make headlines at Youngstown State. The former Nebraska coach made major waves at his introductory press conference with a statement that could be interpreted as a dig at his former administration. " December 17

  • Contract for new UNLV coach unanimously approved

    College Football Talk "There was a brief conversation about whether or not UNLV’s new head coach was qualified for the position of head coach, but any concern was quickly put to rest by the Board of Regents. The regents voted unanimously in favor of a contract for new head coach Tony Sanchez, thus making his hiring..." December 17

  • Report: West Virginia AD Oliver Luck to resign, join NCAA

    CBSSports.com "The Charleston Daily Mail and other outlets reported Wednesday morning that West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck will resign in order to take a newly created position with the NCAA. Luck is expected to become the NCAA's second-in-command in the organization's hierarchy, answering only to..." December 17

  • USC NT Antwaun Woods says he had surgery, expected to miss Holiday bowl

    Orange County Register "USC nose tackle Antwaun Woods said he had surgery Tuesday, presumably for the pectoral muscle injury he suffered three days earlier, and is expected to miss the Dec. 27 Holiday Bowl against Nebraska. Woods, a redshirt junior who started 10 of 12 games this season, posted a picture of himself..." December 17

  • Football Hall of Famer Bobby Bell to graduate college, 52 years later

    Fox Sports "Bobby Bell is joining the ranks of college graduates. What's the big deal, one might wonder? The former linebacker of the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs --€“ No. 78 was a force --€“ and member of the college and pro football halls of fame will soon have a diploma, too ... 52 years after..." December 17

  • Auburn, Ole Miss plan stadium upgrades to keep up with SEC West

    Sporting News - NCAAF "The on-field competition in the SEC West is brutal enough among the likes of Auburn, Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss and Mississippi State. The same be said for their football stadiums. It's a fierce arms race for all those schools to upgrade their facilities and gain a competitive edge for recruits and..." December 17

  • North Texas hires Chris Cosh as DC

    College Football Talk "Lil’ Ben, this post’s for you. At the end of the 2014 season, John Skladany retired as North Texas’ defensive coordinator. A couple of weeks later, Dan McCarney has his replacement as UNT announced that Chris Cosh has been hire to take over the Mean Green defense. Cosh spent the 2014 season..." December 17

  • Georgia OLB Leonard Floyd out for bowl game after shoulder surgery

    CBSSports.com "Georgia will be missing one of its top defensive players against Louisville in the Belk Bowl, Mark Richt announced Wednesday, asstarting outside linebacker Leonard Floyd underwent shoulder surgery Tuesday. "Leonard will not be available for this game," Richt said, per Dawgs247.com. "We want to..." December 17

  • Report: Wisconsin to introduce Paul Chryst as new head coach tomorrow

    College Football Talk "The worst-kept secret in the Big Ten, and the ACC, is Paul Chryst was likely to be named the new head coach at Wisconsin as soon as possible. This became much more obvious when Chryst informed his Pittsburgh players following a Tuesday practice he was on his way to Madison to discuss the coaching..." December 16

  • Michigan State's Connor Cook expects to return for senior season to take care of 'unfinished business'

    Michigan Live "Quarterback Connor Cook said Tuesday he's made up his mind about returning for his senior season at Michigan State. Cook was asked at the Spartans' Cotton Bowl press conference: "Have you made up your mind about next year,'' as far as coming back for his senior season. Cook's response:..." December 16

  • Pioneering partnership between Nike, University of Miami may be over

    Palm Beach Post "The University of Miami’s 27-year partnership with Nike – the first of its kind in college athletics – may be coming to an end. UM has not renewed its contract with Nike, which expires Aug. 31, 2015, and competitors Adidas and Under Armour have submitted formidable bids to replace Nike as the..." December 16

  • Michigan LB Michael Ferns transferring

    Detroit Free Press "The fallout from Michigan football coach Brady Hoke's firing Dec. 2 continues. According to multiple reports, U-M freshman linebacker Michael Ferns will transfer to West Virginia. A Michigan spokesperson today confirmed that Ferns asked for and received a release from his scholarship. The..." December 16

  • Iowa State's Devlyn Cousin arrested for domestic assault

    Des Moines Register "Iowa State defensive lineman Devlyn Cousin has been "suspended indefinitely" from the team after being arrested and charged with simple domestic assault. "We are aware of the charges filed against Devlyn, and we take them very seriously," football coach Paul Rhoads said in a statement Saturday...." December 16

  • K-State's Clinkscales arrested in Manhattan

    The Topeka Capital-Journal "Kansas State football player Terrell Clinkscales was arrested Sunday morning on a failure to appear warrant and suspicion of witness/victim intimidation, according Riley County Police Department reports. Clinkscales was arrested at 4:01 a.m. at an apartment in Manhattan. He was released on..." December 16

  • Falcons QB Matt Johnson charged in prank gone too far

    Toledo Blade "Injured Bowling Green State University quarterback Matt Johnson has been charged with obstructing official business, a misdemeanor, after admitting he took money from a teammate that had been reported stolen. According to a police report, Johnson’s roommate, Ryan Burbrink, had $1,500 stolen...." December 16

  • Gary Patterson cashes in with new TCU deal

    College Football Talk "TCU fell just short of a playoff bid, but that doesn’t mean their season wasn’t a success. And, in recognition of said success, the Horned Frogs’ head coach is being rewarded. According to Kate Hairopoulos of the Dallas Morning News, Gary Patterson was on the receiving end of a new contract..." December 16

  • Ole Miss' Aaron Morris will miss bowl game with torn ACL

    The Clarion-Ledger "Ole Miss guard Aaron Morris will miss the Peach Bowl with a torn ACL. It is the same knee he injured in 2013, causing him to miss the last 12 games of that season. Morris, a redshirt junior, started 11 games this season at left guard. Coach Hugh Freeze said Morris tore his ACL before the Egg..." December 16

  • Mississippi State's Geoff Collins expected to become Florida DC

    SI - College Football "Mississippi State defensive coordinator Geoff Collins is expected to accept the same position at Florida, according to a source. An agreement has not yet been finalized, per the source. Collins would be new Florida coach Jim McElwain’s first hire since taking over nearly two weeks ago and a..." December 16

  • ASU 'close' to hiring Bethune's Jenkins

    Montgomery Advertiser "Alabama State University has found its next football coach. Bethune-Cookman University coach Brian Jenkins has agreed in principle to take over the Hornets program, ASU trustee chairman Locy Baker said Tuesday afternoon. "We're very close," Baker said. "It's not a done deal yet, but we hope..." December 16

  • Bo Pelini Is Set To Be Named The Head Coach At Youngstown State

    College Spun "Bo Pelini is coming home. The former Nebraska coach, who was fired after seven seasons in Lincoln, Neb., is set to be named the head coach at Youngstown State University, an FCS program. Pelini, 47, is a Youngstown, Ohio native. Former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel is the president of..." December 16

  • Les Miles: Not returning to Michigan

    ESPN.com "Les Miles will not be the next coach at Michigan. So says Les Miles. After LSU's Monday evening bowl practice, the Tigers' coach addressed persistent rumors that he will return to his alma mater, where he played under Bo Schembechler and spent a decade as an assistant coach. Miles refused to..." December 16

  • Auburn WR Sammie Coates to enter 2015 NFL Draft

    CBSSports.com "Auburn junior WR Sammie Coates will forgo his final season of eligibility and enter the 2015 NFL Draft, according to 247sports.com. Coates will also accept an invitation to participate in the 2015 Senior Bowl, according to the report. Coates is currently rated as the No. 40 overall prospect in..." December 16

  • Texas’ leading receiver, tackler won’t seek sixth seasons

    College Football Talk "Two of the most prominent members of the Texas Longhorn football team, one each on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball, had the opportunity to pursue a return to Austin for one more season at the collegiate level. Neither, though, has decided to take that tack. Linebacker Jordan..." December 16

  • Tennessee losing three players to transfer

    CBSSports.com "Tennessee will be losing three players to transfer, as Butch Jones confirmed on Sunday that tight end Daniel Helm, defensive end Dewayne Hendrix and Derrell Scott have all decided to leave the school. "We thank them for everything they have given to Tennessee and wish them the best moving..." December 15

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    Bruce Feldman @BruceFeldmanCFB

    #OleMiss LB Tom Allen will be the new #USF DC, sources tells @FoxSports. 1st reported by http://t.co/o7B6RPeBtn.