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Chris Ash adds another assistant to Rutgers staff
Cory Robinson comes to Rutgers after a year at Temple.
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Chris Ash plucks new Rutgers assistant from Indiana
Noah Joseph was Hoosiers' co-DC, will coach safeties for Scarlet Knights.
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Marshall’s Larry Aaron, paralyzed in New Year’s Eve shooting, dies
According to reports at the time, Aaron had stepped in front of his girlfriend to shield her from the bullets.
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Alabama confirms handful of staff changes, including addition of Miami’s DL coach
An offseason of upheaval, turnover and change on Nick Saban's Alabama coaching staff has come to an official end.
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NCAA grants Houston LB Austin Robinson another season of eligibility
Robinson started four games this past season, and is in line for a starting job heading into spring practice.
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Minnesota losing CB Ken Handy-Holly to transfer
Only one signee in Gophers' Class of 2017 was rated higher than the defensive back.
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Arkansas QB Cole Kelley pleads guilty to DWI
Kelley started four games under center for the Razorbacks in 2017, is expected to compete for the starting job in 2018.
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Spring Outlook: Notre Dame’s linebackers, a proven two and then many questions
Any concerns about Notre Dame’s linebackers were allayed when Te’von Coney spurned the NFL to return for his senior season. That decision, and Drue Tranquill making the same move, means the Irish do not...
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Report: Steve Spurrier Jr. leaving WKU for job at Wazzu
The son of the College Football Hall of Famer spent one season with the Hilltoppers.
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Ex-Texas All-Big 12 defensive tackle takes DL coaching job at Baylor
Frank Okam was a Freshman All-American defensive tackle for the Longhorns.
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Longtime ESPN play-by-play man Mike Patrick announces retirement
Patrick is arguably the leading voice of ESPN's college sports coverage since the network's inception.
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Heisman winner Chris Weinke hired as Tennessee’s running backs coach
Weinke has an interesting almost-history with his new employer.
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Report: starting West Virginia defensive lineman Adam Shuler leaving to pursue career in track
Shuler started 10 games in 2017, and was third in tackles for loss and sacks.
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East Carolina grad transfer QB Gardner Minshew will reportedly visit Alabama this weekend
It appears the Jalen Hurts Transfer Protection Plan™ is close to being implemented.
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Wake Forest WR Greg Dortch cleared for spring practice
Despite missing substantial time with injury, Dortch led the Demon Deacons in most major receiving categories last season.
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Jeff Brohm stays in-house for new Purdue assistant
Kevin Wolthausen has also spent time on staffs at Arizona, Arizona State, Louisville, Oklahoma and USC.
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Neal Brown completes Troy staff with FCS co-DC
Brandon Hall has also spent time on coaching staffs at Auburn and Oklahoma.
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A second four-star defensive lineman, Hunter Spears, joins the Notre Dame class of 2019
When Notre Dame got five heralded defensive line recruits on campus together in January, it turned heads. When Irish defensive line coach Mike Elston offered public optimism about the possible 2019...
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Longtime UCLA staffer Angus McClure’s hire one of two announced by Nevada
McClure had been with the Bruins since 2007.
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Former Kansas State head coach Jim Dickey dies at 84
Dickey was the first coach to take Kansas State to a bowl game.
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Mario Cristobal reportedly reuniting with former assistant in Eugene
Mario Cristobal and Alex Mirabal are both Miami natives.
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Trio of players transferring from Missouri
Two of the departees are DBs (Jerod Alton, TJ Warren) while the other is a WR (Ray Wingo).
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Michigan makes hiring of McElwain official
The former Florida head coach will be responsible for wide receivers with Wolverines.
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Minnesota unveils new uniforms for 2018
Two of the Gophers' new helmets use an oar to pay homage to P.J. Fleck's "row the boat" mantra.
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Second Nevada football player added to Wolf Pack hoops
Justin Brent originally signed with Notre Dame before transferring to the MWC school.
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Four-star 2018 C Tyrone Sampson headed to Fresno State
The Michigan lineman is just the fourth four-star recruit ever signed by the Bulldogs.
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Spring Outlook: Notre Dame’s running backs, as few of them as there are
Notre Dame will open spring practice in about two weeks. As always, the proceedings will be filled with positive reviews, optimistic outlooks, and an injury or two. A quick look at each position group...
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Randy Edsall adds FCS special teams coordinator to UConn staff
Huskies had a hole to fill after one assistant was hired away by Detroit Lions.
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Report: departing Miami DL coach could be headed to Alabama
Craig Kuligowski played for Nick Saban at Toledo in 1990.
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DL coach Craig Kuligowski leaves Miami ‘to pursue other opportunities’
Kuligowski is considered one of the top line coaches in the country, had interviewed for job with Tampa Bay Bucs that went to someone else.
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Mark Your Calendars: KU, Wazzu reportedly set for 2027-28 home-and-home series
The classic rivalry is finally back on.
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Cincinnati, Western Michigan ink home-and-home series
Cincinnati has scored exactly 27 points in all three of its previous meetings with WMU.
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Swann: Wins trump strength of schedule
Lynn Swann knows it's important to schedule tough games for USC for playoff consideration, but winning games will ultimately matter the most.
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Florida is opening spring practices to fans
Florida fans will be given an opportunity to see the Gators practice up close and personal as the Dan Mullen era gets underway.
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Clemson commit wins free Chick-fil-A for a year
Incoming Clemson kicker won't have to spend a dime on chicken sandwiches and waffle fries for an entire year.
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Monday’s Leftovers: Geography, as much as academics, caps Notre Dame’s recruiting possibilites
A year ago, Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly acknowledged a practical ceiling on Irish recruiting efforts. “Since I’ve been here, if you look at the average rankings, we’re anywhere from 5 to 15,” Kelly...
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WATCH: Penn State players danced to Backstreet Boys and Nicki Minaj at THON
Penn State football players did not hold back during their annual dance performance at THON.
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Florida players say they are working harder than ever before in offseason workouts
A new head coach and a new strength coach mean Florida Gators football players are adjusting to a new routine. So far, so good.
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Iowa State starting offensive lineman busted for being in bar while underage
Iowa State starting lineman Sean Foster was arrested for being in a bar while underage and resisting an officer. He has already been released from jail.
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Report: McElwain signs deal to join Michigan
It was just months ago that Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh and Florida head coach Jim McElwain faced off in a season-opening game. Now, they will coach for the same team in Ann Arbor.
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Drag racing accident leads to arrest for Mississippi State commit
An incoming Mississippi State football player was charged for driving an uninsured vehicle in a drag racing accident that resulted in multiple injuries.
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NCAA rule prevents PSU players from participating in THON
Penn State players are unable to participate in an annual THON event due to a scheduling issue and an NCAA regulation.
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Georgia coaches getting well-deserved raises
The Georgia Bulldogs are rewarding the entire coaching staff with a bump in pay after winning the SEC and playing for a national title last season.
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Purdue raises $388,000 in beer and wine sales at football games
After expanded the sale of beer and wine to the entire football stadium, Purdue saw a nice bump in gross revenue in 2017.
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Alabama a potential landing spot for Rice grad transfer Preston Gordon
Gordon has also drawn interest from Texas Tech, Kansas, Syracuse, TCU, Tulane and UConn.
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K-State confirms changes to Bill Snyder’s defensive staff
DC Tom Hayes retires, replaced in-house while Tulsa coach added as well.
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Report: McElwain offered job at Michigan
Jim McElwain has reportedly been offered a job by Jim Harbaugh as a wide receivers coach, which could eventually include offensive coordinator duties.
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Arkansas State follows through, sues Miami over canceled game
The Sun Belt school is seeking $650,000 in damages.
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Mike Leach reportedly losing fifth assistant this offseason
To say it’s been a rough couple of months for Mike Leach might be an understatement. First his athletic director left for Nebraska. Then his team ended the season by getting thumped by rival...
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Duke promotes Ben Albert and Matt Guerrieri to co-DCs after Jim Knowles departs for Oklahoma State
David Cutcliffe not surprisingly stayed in-house to find a new defensive coordinator. The school announced a slew of staff changes on Friday and the most notable among them was the promotion of Ben Albert...
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