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  • Notre Dame football seeing success in key recruiting state
    Notre Dame football snagged a key commitment from one of the top defensive linemen in the state of Texas, as Nana Osafo-Mensah committed to the Irish over in-state Texas. Osafo-Mensah is the second Lone Star State native to choose Notre Dame so far in the 2019 class. Sachse, Texas native Hunter Spears ... Keep on reading...
    By ACCSports.com
  • Matt Luke ready to lead Mississippi resurgence after NCAA turmoil
    SportsPulse: Did your team make USA TODAY Sports' college football post-spring top 25? Paul Myerberg breaks it all down. OXFORD, Miss. – He understands the theme. Matt Luke, son of an Ole Miss football player, brother of an Ole Miss football player, uncle of an Ole Miss football player – and himself ... Keep on reading...
    By USA Today
  • Baylor works to recover from scandal, is No. 93 in 2018 preseason college football rankings
    There's no denying Matt Rhule was wading into uncertain waters when he took over the Baylor program last season. The Bears struggled through one of its worst seasons in close to two decades as the team managed just one win. Baylor returns most of its production from last season, making it one of ... Keep on reading...
    By OrlandoSentinel.com
  • Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 79 Cole Mabry, offensive tackle, incoming freshman
    Listed Measurements: 6-foot-6, 275 pounds 2018-19 year, eligibility: Incoming freshman with four years of eligibility remaining, including the 2018 season. Depth chart: Largely due to signing four offensive linemen a cycle ago, Notre Dame's line reserves are well-stocked. Junior Liam Eichenberg will ... Keep on reading...
    By NBC Sports
  • Alabama’s QB room is only getting more loaded
    Alabama doesn't mind signing a bunch of four- and five-star players at the same position every class. Nick Saban figures competition breeds improvement and that he can never have too much depth. Five national titles at Bama say he's correct. Quarterback's a little bit different than other ... Keep on reading...
    By SB Nation
  • Conversations with Clayton: Cyrus Smith
    In this week's edition of “Conversations with Clayton,” I chat with Underdog Dynasty's managing editor Cyrus Smith. Cyrus is SB Nation's leading expert on Conference USA football. SB Nation's Underdog Dynasty is your home for the best Group of 5 football coverage in all of entire sports ... Keep on reading...
    By Down The Drive
  • Wisconsin makes cut for 2019 recruits Hudson Henry, Ty DeArman
    A pair of 2019 recruits released their top schools on Friday, with the Wisconsin Badgers in the mix for both. Little Rock, Ark. (Pulaski Academy) tight end Hudson Henry announced on Twitter that Wisconsin was one of his top five programs, along with the likes of Clemson, Penn State, Stanford and Arkansas ... Keep on reading...
    By Bucky's 5th Quarter
  • Former Ohio State defensive back Wayne Davis transferring to James Madison: Report
    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Former Ohio State defensive back Wayne Davis is set to resume his college football career close to home. Davis' high school coach, Hank Sawyer, told Greg Madia of the Daily News-Record in Harrisonburg, Va., that the former Buckeye is heading to James Madison. Davis announced his ... Keep on reading...
    By cleveland.com
  • Daily Bears Report 5/26/2018 – $10,000.00 Reward For Information Regarding Former Baylor Coach Art Briles Misconduct Still Unclaimed after 2 1⁄2 Years
    Today's Events Baseball, #5 Baylor v #4 Oklahoma, Big XII Championship, 9:00 AM, Listen Track & Field, NCAA West Preliminary Championships, Sacramento, Calif., 6:30 PM Men's Golf, NCAA Championship - Stroke Play, Stillwater, All Day Athletics Nine Baylor Teams Raise NCAA APR Scores - Baylor University ... Keep on reading...
    By Our Daily Bears
  • Does the 8-game/9-game conference schedule debate even matter?
    If it's the offseason and/or any other time of the year, it's time for college football fans to be arguing their way through a cycling list of topics. A popular one, in the news due to the Big Ten reportedly denying it's thinking of changing back to eight conference games shortly after two ... Keep on reading...
    By SB Nation
  • Taking a look at Michigan betting odds versus Penn State, Wisconsin, MSU, Ohio State, and Notre Dame
    “Never tell me the odds!”, Han Solo would say, but I'm going to tell you anyhow. The Michigan Wolverines football team has a tough schedule in 2018, with plenty of top tier opponents they will have to face on the road, including Notre Dame, Ohio State, and Michigan State. While the schedule is a ... Keep on reading...
    By Maize n Brew
  • OT Johnson, junior QB Card commit to Texas
    One of the nation's top prospects in the class of 2019 is staying home for college. Oak Ridge (Conroe, Tex.) offensive tackle Tyler Johnson, No. 16 ranked overall in the 2019 cycle, committed to Texas over arch-rival Oklahoma and offers from many of the nation's blue blood programs. The 6-foot ... Keep on reading...
    By ESPN.com
  • Joe Burrow-to-LSU an example of a big topic for Southeastern Conference: ‘Transfers issues’
    At 9:37 a.m. on May 8 — 90 minutes before Ohio State quarterback Joe Burrow announced his intentions to transfer — an LSU athletic department employee received an email from his counterpart at Ohio State. “I hope all is well in Baton Rouge,” the email read. “Attached is a permission to contact letter ... Keep on reading...
    By Pueblo Chieftain
  • Alabama adds 3-star QB commit from Arkansas
    (WBRC) - Just when you thought it was all quiet on the Alabama quarterback front, Nick Saban is adding another! Three-star quarterback Layne Hatcher of Pulaski Academy in Little Rock, Ark., tweeted that he is heading to Alabama. Hatcher, who was originally committed to Arkansas State, says he plans on ... Keep on reading...
    By wsfa.com
  • Orange County’s top committed football recruits from class of 2019
    Orange County's top committed football recruits from the class of 2019: Name, school, height, weight, position, college Jeremiah Criddell, Mater Dei, 6-1, 180, DB, Oregon Sean Dollars, Mater Dei, 5-10, 190, RB, Oregon Mase Funa, Mater Dei, 6-3, 240, LB, Oregon Ryan Hilinski, Orange Lutheran, 6-3, ... Keep on reading...
    By ocregister
  • ‘Five to 10 words and a cool graphic’: How schools are becoming fluent in a new language of recruiting
    Editor's note: This story was originally published on May 12, 2017. Some of college football's best advertising agencies aren't located on the umpteenth floor of a massive building. One program's ad folks might be hours away from campus or a multi-person team fueled by some of the top ... Keep on reading...
    By SportsDay
  • The SEC’s top 5 defensive backs for 2018: A Texas A&M player makes the list
    With Carlton Davis off to the NFL draft, Auburn will look to Dean to replace his production. He showed flashes last season with eight breakups, though he'll need to turn some of those into interceptions moving forward. 4. Mark McLaurin, Mississippi State: McLaurin is a tough safety with very good ... Keep on reading...
    By SportsDay
  • TUPPER: Illini football has been the unsolvable puzzle
    What's the one thing that can startle me from a sound sleep in the middle of the night? University of Illinois football is that kind of haunting nightmare. Illini football is the riddle no one has been able to solve. It's the most confounding issue in the Illini sports universe, and hundreds ... Keep on reading...
    By Pueblo Chieftain
  • Bill Mallory, Indiana’s winningest football coach, dies after fall at age of 83
    SportsPulse: Did your team make USA TODAY Sports' college football post-spring top 25? Paul Myerberg breaks it all down. BLOOMINGTON – Bill Mallory, the winningest football coach in Indiana history, died Friday. He was 83. Mallory's son, Indiana State football coach Curt Mallory, announced his ... Keep on reading...
    By USA Today
  • Bill Mallory, Indiana’s winningest football coach, dies after fall at age of 82
    CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS: An earlier version of this story misstated Mallory's age. He was 82 BLOOMINGTON – Bill Mallory, the winningest football coach in Indiana history, died Friday. He was 82. Mallory's son, Indiana State football coach Curt Mallory, announced his passing.  “Bill Mallory ... Keep on reading...
    By USA Today
  • Indiana’s all-time wins leader Mallory dies at 82
    Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer Close College football reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2008. Graduate of Northwestern University. Follow on Twitter Bill Mallory, Indiana's all-time coaching wins leader who upgraded football teams at Colorado, Northern Illinois and Miami (Ohio), died Friday in Bloomington ... Keep on reading...
    By ESPN.com
  • With interest continuing to rise, in-state running back Julius Davis remains fully committed to Badgers
    Not many knew of Menomonee Falls running back Julius Davis when he took a third-and-16 handoff against West Allis Hale last August. Davis hurdled a defender seven yards downfield, kept his balance while spinning 360 degrees in the air, stumbled through another tackle attempt, threw three defenders off ... Keep on reading...
    By Pueblo Chieftain
  • Ranking the Big 12 quarterback situations entering the 2018 college football season
    Will Grier is clearly the best quarterback in the Big 12. Is he the best returning quarterback in the country too? ... Keep on reading...
    By Dr. Saturday
  • WOODY: “Remarkable” too strong a word for UVA football just yet
    As the athletic director at the University of Virginia, Carla Williams' job is to put the best public face possible on the programs under her direction. So give her props for finding positive things to say about Virginia's 2017 football season. But . . . The idea that Bronco Mendenhall and his ... Keep on reading...
    By Pueblo Chieftain
  • The Best Meaningless Games of the 2017 College Football Season
    These four games had almost no playoff or conference title implications, but that didn't make them any less awesome. ... Keep on reading...
    By Sports Illustrated
  • Oklahoma football: Sooners’ revenue second amongst Big 12 programs
    When it comes to generating money, Oklahoma football is always near the top of the Big 12. It was no different for fiscal year 2016-2017, figures obtained by CNHI's Sean Isabella from the U.S. Department of Education show.  The Sooners raked in $96 million in revenue, coming in behind Texas ($141 ... Keep on reading...
    By OU Daily
  • Freddy Canteen announces another transfer, leaving Notre Dame at 86 scholarships
    The hook when receiver Freddy Canteen transferred to Notre Dame was he would get a chance to face his former school to open the 2018 season with Michigan visiting Sept. 1. That storyline will go unfulfilled after Canteen announced another transfer Friday afternoon. Canteen graduated from Michigan in ... Keep on reading...
    By NBC Sports
  • Recapping the latest Clemson offers
    Clemson extended a few new scholarship offers to recruits in the classes of 2019 and 2020 this week, the second-to-last week of the spring evaluation period which runs through next Thursday, May 31. The Clemson Insider recaps the Tigers' latest offers right here: Paul Tchio, 2020 OL, Alpharetta, ... Keep on reading...
    By The Clemson Insider
  • Notre Dame wide receiver Freddy Canteen ready to catch on somewhere else, will transfer
    The redemption game won't happen now, at least not in a Notre Dame uniform. Irish wide receiver Freddy Canteen announced Friday on Twitter that he's leaving the ND program to seek a second grad-style transfer to another program, 99 days before Notre Dame was to open its season against the team ... Keep on reading...
    By Notre Dame Insider
  • Michigan offers massive eighth grade football prodigy
    Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines are looking to get in some early work on the recruiting trail with a Massachusetts recruit. As has become a bit of a trend over the years, Michigan is offering a scholarship to an eighth grader with the size that scouts cannot miss. Tyler Martin of Cambridge, ... Keep on reading...
    By NBC Sports
  • Frank Solich set to receive Tom Osborne Legacy Award in January in Omaha
    “First as a player, then as an assistant, and finally as the head coach of the Cornhuskers, Frank Solich has been part of the fabric of Nebraska's highly successful football history,” said Steve Richardson, executive director of the Football Writers Association of America. “What better person to ... Keep on reading...
    By Columbus Telegram
  • UW Huskies an early underdog for season opener against Auburn
    Washington is an early favorite to win the Pac-12 Conference title in 2018, but the Huskies are underdogs, for now, in their Sept. 1 season opener. Auburn has been installed as an early 2.5-point favorite over Washington 99 days before they meet in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic at Mercedes-Benz in ... Keep on reading...
    By The Seattle Times
  • Rebuilding Virginia is No. 94 in 2018 preseason college football rankings
    Bronco Mendenhall knows he is in for a challenge entering his third season at Virginia. Mendenhall must live up to third-year expectations while replacing key contributors, including standout linebacker Micah Kiser, defensive back Quin Blanding and quarterback Kurt Benkert. After 15 spring practices ... Keep on reading...
    By OrlandoSentinel.com
  • Can Tennessee Vols count on special teams for big plays in 2018? Not sure
    This is the final installment of an eight-part series examining Tennessee's roster after spring practice. Today, we look at specialists. Spring starting specialists Kicker: Brent Cimaglia; Punter: Paxton Brooks; Holder: Joe Doyle; Long snapper: Riley Lovingood; Short snapper: Elijah Medford Spring ... Keep on reading...
    By USA Today
  • 16 schools that’d be perfect for a CFB version of ‘Hard Knocks’
    HBO's Hard Knocks premieres this week, featuring the Cleveland Browns. While the show has been an NFL staple for the last 17 years, there hasn't really been a true version of a college football one. The closest is probably A Season With, Showtime's version of the popular NFL show — it' ... Keep on reading...
    By SB Nation
  • Previewing Michigan’s newest coaching hires
    Jim Harbaugh has been a very busy man this offseason after hiring five new assistant coaches. The new coaching list is made up of some veterans from other top schools, a few former college football players and an intriguing coach on the rise. Here is a brief breakdown of each of these new coaches. Jim ... Keep on reading...
    By Maize n Brew
  • Hot Links: Baker Mayfield… the painter?
    Happy Friday, friends and fans! I hope your Memorial Day Weekend is off to a terrific start! Here's a little nugget you can share with your family and friends if you're heading to the lake or having yourself a nice cookout. According to the South Point Las Vegas sports books, the Oklahoma Sooners ... Keep on reading...
    By Crimson And Cream Machine
  • TJ Sheffield, 4-star wide receiver from Tennessee, has Ohio State in top four: Buckeyes football recruiting
    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- One of Ohio State's wide receiver targets for 2019 is getting closer and closer to a decision. Four-star TJ Sheffield from Thompson's Station, Tenn., put out his final four schools on Friday. The Buckeyes made the cut once again. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound Sheffield is the No. ... Keep on reading...
    By cleveland.com
  • Countdown to Ole Miss football 2018
    We've got 99 days until college football season kicks off. There are several ways the guys and gals at Red Cup thought about counting down the days until college football. Giving away free rounds of golf every day to our deserving commenters Inviting a reader on an exclusive tour of the Ole Miss ... Keep on reading...
    By Red Cup Rebellion
  • Georgia Tech Football: The Yellow Jackets will win at least eight games per year until Paul Johnson retires
    Days to Kickoff: 99 Days Welcome to everybody's favorite week (plus an extra day) of the year: Opinions Week! This is the week where our writers give us some of the hottest #taeks that we can think of. I'm honored to be able to start this week off with an opinion that I am very confident in: ... Keep on reading...
    By From The Rumble Seat
  • Ask Aaron: 5 positives for Michigan football in 2018
    ANN ARBOR -- I'll refrain from wishing everyone a 'happy' Memorial Day weekend. This should be a serious one meant for honor and reflection. Plenty of brave folks sacrificed themselves for the happiness and freedom we enjoy everyday. Do your best this weekend to remind yourself of that. And ... Keep on reading...
    By MLive.com
  • 3-star LB Peni Naulu names OSU in top 6, discusses where the Beavers stand & timeline for a decision
    With the Oregon State coaches making the countless trips across multiple states on the recruiting trail during spring evaluations, the Jonathan Smith led staff is searching throughout the PAC-12 footprint and beyond to bring in players that best fit the new football standards, culture, and expectations ... Keep on reading...
    By Building The Dam
  • Clemson Recruiting Update: Where does Clemson look at DT?
    Summer is approaching fast, and with it brings new evaluations, new prospects, new commitments, and the Opening Finals. This week hasn't treated Clemson the best, as the program has experienced 2 transfers (including an elite player in Hunter Johnson), and also lost out on many of its big targets ... Keep on reading...
    By Shakin The Southland
  • An anonymous SEC coach gave this scorching take on Gus Malzahn in national magazine
    Lindy's Sports annual college magazine typically asks SEC football coaches about the other teams in the conference and prints their responses under the condition of anonymity. When the topic of Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn came up, one coach didn't hold back. "Auburn is paying Gus Malzahn ... Keep on reading...
    By miamiherald
  • Countdown To Kickoff: 99 Days!
    If you're too young to remember the Oklahoma Sooners of the 90s, a 7-5 record probably doesn't seem so noteworthy. However, the 1999 campaign could be best described as a breath of fresh air after fans had suffered through several years of gridiron ineptitude. Gary Gibbs succeeded Barry Switzer ... Keep on reading...
    By Crimson And Cream Machine
  • Twitter poll results: Winning more important than sentiment
    A little over a week ago, we posed the following question on Twitter in hopes of getting a better feel of what Texas Tech fans look for in a head coach: This poll is absolutely fascinating to me. I thought the results would've been flipped. I know how passionate we Tech fans are about the city of ... Keep on reading...
    By Viva The Matadors
  • Oregon is only a couple of breaks away from a “We’re back!” year
    Bill C's annual preview series of every FBS team in college football continues. Catch up here! Honestly? Oregon was due a bumpy succession. The Ducks were accustomed to things going too smoothly for too long. In 1995, head coach Rich Brooks left to take over the St. Louis Rams after 18 seasons in ... Keep on reading...
    By SB Nation
  • UTSA and Houston could build a sneaky-great rivalry
    Two of the most promising college football teams outside the power conferences have put a four-game series on the books, with some schedule adjustments. UTSA and Houston will play a double-home-and-home against each other between 2022 and 2025. This is a great idea, and we — as college football fans ... Keep on reading...
    By SB Nation
  • Baylor adds key recruiting piece in rising QB Jacob Zeno
    A three-star prospect, Zeno picked Baylor over offers from Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, North Carolina State, SMU, South Carolina and others. Zeno passed for 1,957 yards and 18 touchdowns as a junior. He also added 188 yards and four touchdowns on the ground. At 6-foot-2, 188 pounds, Zeno is ... Keep on reading...
    By SportsDay
  • Miami Central LB Tatum Bethune commits to UCF
    UCF landed the third commitment of its 2019 recruiting class Thursday night with a pledge from Miami Central linebacker Tatum Bethune. Bethune, a 6-foot, 215-pound outside linebacker, joins quarterback Charlie Dean of Tampa Plant and cornerback Ryan O'Keefe of Round Rock, Texas, as the Knights 2019 ... Keep on reading...
    By OrlandoSentinel.com
  • Ranking college football quarterbacks in tiers: From All-Americans to new transfers
    Earlier this month, I deviated from the normal offseason philosophy of ranking things for #content and tiered college football's coaches into groups. In that way, coaches with similar qualities could be more accurately compared to their counterparts.  Now, I'm doing the same thing with this season ... Keep on reading...
    By CBS Sports
  • Texas draws interest in Vegas as 1st odds out
    The Texas Longhorns were the hottest team in Las Vegas this week when the South Point sportsbook posted the first college football point spreads in town. The Longhorns went from underdogs to favorites in their Week 2 clash with USC and attracted enough early action in their annual showdown with Oklahoma ... Keep on reading...
    By ESPN.com
  • SMU lands first commit in 2019 recruiting class
    It looks like SMU will recruit Louisiana hard under new head coach Sonny Dykes. After focusing primarily on Texas with Chad Morris at the helm, Dykes and SMU landed a key target from the Bayou State on Thursday in three-star Hahnville (La.) athlete Jha'Quan Jackson. He announced is decision via Twitter ... Keep on reading...
    By SportsDay
  • 10 things to know about Tom Herman: Diamond grills, snowstorm live tweets and a controversial celebration
    Ten things  you might not know about Texas head football coach Tom Herman.  10) He had 13 knee surgeries as a player In his time at California Lutheran University (1994-97) and in high school, Herman was plagued with injuries. In fact, an ESPN.com story reported that doctors ended up having to grow his ... Keep on reading...
    By SportsDay
  • Wekiva LB Rian Davis says Georgia stands out among top 4
    Wekiva's Rian Davis has gained some pretty impressive scholarship offers since returning to Florida after playing in Texas for two seasons, but the senior linebacker has wasted no time in zeroing in on his leaders. Following Wekiva's 24-7 spring victory over Edgewater on Wednesday night, Davis ... Keep on reading...
    By OrlandoSentinel.com
  • Kansas State AD open to scheduling Nebraska in the future
    LSU's quarterback race heated up after spring practice thanks to the transfer of former Ohio State signal-caller Joe Borrow but the incumbent at the position does not appear to be worried about him coming in and taking the starting job. Owen Brennan, father of sophomore QB Myles Brennan, spoke to ... Keep on reading...
    By NBC Sports
  • Spreads for college football Games of the Year
    South Point sportsbook in Las Vegas released lines for nearly 100 college football Games of the Year. Here is the full list. September 8 Georgia (-11) at South Carolina USC at Stanford (-2) Iowa State at Iowa (-7) Penn State (-14) at Pittsburgh September 15 Houston at Texas Tech (-7) Boise State at Oklahoma ... Keep on reading...
    By ESPN.com
  • LSU football ranked sixth in attendance in 2017, seventh nationally in total attendance
    LSU did not post a sell out in 2017 among its six home games in Tiger Stadium, but LSU football still ranked high among the nation's attendance leaders. According to the National Football Foundation, LSU's 98,506 average paid attendance ranked sixth among FBS schools. Overall, the Tigers were ... Keep on reading...
    By The Advocate
  • Clemson football: Quarterback Kelly Bryant is No. 1 on Tigers’ depth chart
    COLUMBIA, S.C. — There's no debate at Clemson heading into the fall — Kelly Bryant is the Tigers' starting quarterback. Bryant, the returning starter, was first on the depth chart released by the Tigers on Wednesday with freshman Trevor Lawrence the backup. Bryant will have the spot heading into ... Keep on reading...
    By NCAA.com
  • Iowa football: More details emerge on Hawkeye coaches’ visit to Georgia
    Iowa defensive line coach Reese Morgan discusses what should be expected from true sophomore A.J. Epenesa. Personal connections are the starting point to finding success in college football. Who you know helps coaches identify and, ultimately, persuade recruiting targets. Who you know also helps coaches ... Keep on reading...
    By Des Moines Register
  • The future of Pac-12 football in two words: Vegas, baby (the Hotline plan’s to make Las Vegas the centerpiece for two major events)
    USC and Alabama made their assumed collision official on Wednesday, confirming they will meet in AT&T Stadium to start the 2020 season. It's not only a rematch of their 2016 opener. The showdown will also mark the fourth Week One intersectional duel in a five-year span for the Pac-12: Washington ... Keep on reading...
    By Mercury News
  • The Future of College Football’s Five-Star QBs Turned Transfers
    There are five active quarterbacks who entered college football as five-star prospects and have since left the schools they signed with. Which ones have the clearest path to carving out a successful career at their latest stops? ... Keep on reading...
    By Sports Illustrated
  • Where college football magazines are projecting the Tennessee Vols will finish in SEC East
    Tennessee Vols athletic director Phillip Fulmer discusses the hiring of former UT wide receiver CJ Fayton as the director of VFL programming. A few of well-known college football preview magazines aren't projecting greatness for Tennessee in its first season under Jeremy Pruitt. Street & Smith' ... Keep on reading...
    By Knoxville News Sentinel
  • Gophers football: Early returns positive for 2019 recruiting class
    Early assessments of the Gophers football 2019 recruiting class have been positive, despite the U's primary target and the top in-state recruit picking Notre Dame live on television last month. Eight days after Edina offensive tackle Quinn Carroll announced he was giving an oral commitment to the ... Keep on reading...
    By Twin Cities
  • Duke QB Daniel Jones Has All The Tools | ACC Football Spring Spotlight
    Duke quarterback Daniel Jones is entering his 3rd season as the starter for the Blue Devils. Last season Jones was 1 of 6 Power 5 Conference quarterbacks to throw for over 2,500 yards and rush for over 500 yards. He was also responsible for 21 touchdowns. Duke head coach David Cutcliffe breaks down all ... Keep on reading...
    By ACC Digital Network
  • Kentucky football player Marcus Walker charged with drug trafficking
    SportsPulse: Did your team make USA TODAY Sports' college football post-spring top 25? Paul Myerberg breaks it all down. LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky reserve defensive back Marcus Walker was arrested in Lexington on Thursday and faces multiple drug-related charges. A Kentucky spokeswoman said the school ... Keep on reading...
    By USA Today
  • Recruiting Trail: Moeller’s Delany picks Miami
    Scott Springer with Ricky Thomas II of Oyler the school's lone track participant This is the newest installment of a twice-a-week column focusing on local Division I prospects. If you know of a local that recently received a DI offer or committed to a DI program tweet it to @jsnodsenq The Greater ... Keep on reading...
    By Cincinnati.com
  • Louisville football’s 2019 recruiting class is off to a slow start
    Louisville head football coach Bobby Petrino talks about quarterback Jawon Pass and how the coaches are preparing him during the spring and summer to take over as starting quarterback. For those keeping score, the Louisville football program has gained two commitments but lost three — including one of ... Keep on reading...
    By The Courier-Journal
  • South Jersey OL Jermaine Donaldson’s recruitment officially begins with big offer from Nebraska
    Eastern (Voorhees, N.J.) offensive tackle Jermaine Donaldson is officially a highly-sought in-state offensive lineman, now that he's received an offer from Nebraska. The rising senior came into the week holding offers from N.C. State, Buffalo, Ohio and Fordham, but his latest tender puts his recruitment ... Keep on reading...
    By nj
  • Former UH coach Kevin Sumlin on return to campus: ‘Will be interesting’
    Caption Close It's been nearly seven years and two stops since Kevin Sumlin left the University of Houston. As scheduling would have it, Sumlin will return to UH in September as the first-year coach at Arizona. He admits his first trip back since abruptly leaving for A&M “will be interesting.” The ... Keep on reading...
    By Houston Chronicle
  • Syracuse football opens as slight favorite vs. Western Michigan
    We're just under 100 days from the Syracuse Orange football season kickoff, but betting lines are already out for game one. Syracuse opened as 1.5-point favorites against the Western Michigan Broncos, and that line's since risen to 5.5, putting a little more distance between SU and the home team ... Keep on reading...
    By Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician
  • Michigan can jumpstart its recruiting by actually winning big games
    I love getting intriguing questions from readers, like the one I received Wednesday. Michael: What has happened to Michigan's recruiting? Haven't landed a top-100 verbal since Chris Hinton last August. Penn State has seven top-100 verbals since then. Did the 2017 season just kill UM's recruiting ... Keep on reading...
    By SB Nation
  • Countdown To Kickoff: 100 Days! | A quick look at the 1918 Sooners
    Let the Official Countdown to Kickoff begin! We are now 100 days away from welcoming the return of Oklahoma Football. Before we work through these next 100 days, let's take a look back at what happened with the Oklahoma Sooners 100 years ago. In the program's 24th season, head coach Bennie Owen ... Keep on reading...
    By Crimson And Cream Machine
  • Arizona with Tate and Sumlin will be appointment viewing
    Bill C's annual preview series of every FBS team in college football continues. Catch up here! The Pac-12 isn't doing so hot right now. The conference is wrapping up maybe its worst men's sports year in existence — it failed to get a team in the College Football Playoff, went 1-8 in bowls ... Keep on reading...
    By SB Nation
  • Michigan an underdog to Ohio State and Michigan State in early Vegas lines
    In addition to the season opener against Notre Dame, there are four other marquee games on Michigan's 2018 football schedule. And the Wolverines have opened as underdogs in two of them. South Point Casino in Las Vegas released the opening point spreads for its "Games of the Year" today ... Keep on reading...
    By MLive.com
  • Opposing coaches anonymously trash Butch Jones, talk about Jeremy Pruitt’s road ahead
    It's that time of year again. It's time for out annual look at opposing coaches anonymously trashing other football programs. These quotes are always interesting to read from Lindy's SEC Preview. It gives coaches an outlet to tell us how they really feel, without any of the consequences. ... Keep on reading...
    By Rocky Top Talk
  • OFD MAILBAG: Our Thoughts And Prayers Are With Dexter Williams
    We are about 100 days away from the Notre Dame Fighting Irish facing off against the Michigan Wolverines inside Notre Dame Stadium. While that's awesome and all — it also means that we are about to begin the hardest part of the offseason... June. The month of May still has all those Draft stories ... Keep on reading...
    By One Foot Down
  • Blessed & Honored: Ohio State Joins Pursuit For Ojabo, While Penn State Throws Out New 2019 Offers
    OJABO LANDS OHIO STATE OFFER Last year, it was Blairstown Academy defensive end Jayson Oweh who blew up. This year for Blairstown Academy, it's David Ojabo who now can add an Ohio State offer to his list. Ojabo's a really intelligent kid, and coming from a non-football playing background, he& ... Keep on reading...
    By Black Shoe Diaries
  • Jumbo Package: 98 Days ‘Till College Football. Or is it?
    We're not doing countdowns this year. It's exceptionally time consuming, and I have a busy summer. But, I'm not above stealing other people's work. So, let's begin with CBS' countdown: 1. Nick Saban vs. The World: Saban has been in the playoff all four years of the system' ... Keep on reading...
    By Roll 'Bama Roll
  • Who could be USC’s biggest threat in the Pac-12 South?
    The college football season is near! USC will be coming into the 2018 season ready to defend their Pac-12 Championship, however they'll also have a good amount of teams looking to knock the Trojans off their throne and most of them coming from the Pac-12 South. The Southern division of the conference ... Keep on reading...
    By Conquest Chronicles
  • Vegas odds for dozens of 2018’s biggest college football games are here
    We now have early odds for a bunch of the 2018 college football season's biggest games, by way of the Las Vegas sportsbook at the South Point Hotel. These are via Covers.com: There are no massive surprises that jump off the page to me. Michigan is favored against Penn State and an underdog against ... Keep on reading...
    By SB Nation
  • A Will Grier homecoming highlights the 2018 Belk College Kickoff Game in Charlotte
    Five years ago, when the West Virginia and Tennessee football teams officially agreed to play in the 2018 Belk College Kickoff Game, Will Webb saw some obvious positives: two strong programs, with strong fan bases, who had never played each another. But the executive director of the Charlotte Sports ... Keep on reading...
    By charlotteobserver
  • Baylor Lands Quarterback Jacob Zeno, 2019 ESPN Top 300 Player
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