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LB Jaden Hunter was second Georgia player arrested in March
Jaden Hunter was the second Georgia football player to be arrested in March.
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William & Mary football player killed in shooting incident
Running back Nate Evans of William & Mary was declared dead on the scene as police responded to calls about gunshots Thursday night in Norfolk.
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Ohio State receiver to transfer from Buckeyes, per reports
A former four-star recruit in the Class of 2018 is expected to be leaving Ohio State as a transfer.
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Former USC kicker Matt Boermeester sues school over controversial expulsion
The kicker, who booted the game-winner in a Rose Bowl, was kicked out of the school following a Title IX investigation.
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Nevada RB coach David White reportedly takes head coaching job with Mississippi high school
The unusual move leaves the Wolf Pack with an assistant coach opening right in the middle of the spring.
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Appalachian State suspends several players after video surfaces of fight over the weekend
Fewer than five players were involved though the names of those suspended were being withheld.
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Three former Pac-12 refs blast Larry Scott in private letter over Woodie Dixon scandal
The embattled Pac-12 commissioner becomes more embattled by the day.
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Injured former Southern WR Devon Gales lands job as Georgia HS coach
Gales has been in Georgia since the 2015 hit that robbed him of the use of his legs.
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Mississippi State offensive lineman arrested for numerous traffic violations
Backup Tommy Champion had a lengthy list of traffic violations that could even land him in jail.
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Tennessee DB Kenneth George Jr. arrested after reportedly punching police officer
The Vols defender is still being held in Miami Beach after first punching and then fleeing officers.
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Lane Kiffin suspends FAU QB Chris Robison for spring practice
Chris Robison has a lengthy history of getting into trouble at both FAU and Oklahoma.
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Ex-intern goes public with sexual harassment allegations against Cal football
The damaging allegations involve current and former players, coaches and staff members in Berkeley.
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Details are mum but AD confirms Northern Illinois extends apparel deal with adidas for seven more years
The Huskies are one of the flagship programs in the MAC and will be sticking with adidas for much longer.
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Louisiana governor calls LSU head coach Ed Orgeron a bargain, declines to comment about ousting Tigers AD
Just like the SEC head coach he threw his support behind, the Louisiana governor's call-in show certainly had plenty of SEC talk.
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Notre Dame Pro Day goes well for Julian Love, perhaps not as much for Dexter Williams
Some former Notre Dame players needed Wednesday to go better than others, as 17 looked to impress front office personnel from all 32 NFL franchises at a pro day in the Loftus Sports Complex. After...
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West Virginia fills 2024 schedule with FCS opponent
West Virginia will host Albany in between games against regional foes Penn State and Pitt in non-conference play in 2024.
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Texas A&M bumps 2019 opener up to Thursday night
Texas AM will play their season opener two days earlier than planned, giving them the same amount of time to prepare for their game against Clemson that the Tigers will have.
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Oregon coaches took field trip to Alabama, Georgia
Mario Cristobal took his Oregon coaching staff to learn a couple tricks of the trade from Alabama and Georgia coaches.
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Bobby Petrino went WAY over budget on recruiting at Louisville
Petrino more than doubled up his allotted budget for recruiting during his final few years with the Cardinals... to mediocre results.
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Report: One proposed change to targeting rule unlikely to pass
Getting suspended a game for two targeting penalties in a season seems to be a little too controversial to pass.
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Both Alabama coordinators receive new three-year deals
Both coordinators will be over the $1 million mark, including a figure for Steve Sarkisian that would have made him the highest paid OC last year.
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Interim USC president sidesteps questions about AD Lynn Swann’s job security
The upheaval in the Trojans athletic department could continue after leadership didn't exactly give their athletic director a ringing endorsement.
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Report: Miami QB Tate Martell’s eligibility wavier received Ohio State support
The lawyer for Tate Martell had some good things to say about the Buckeyes despite the divorce with the quarterback.
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WWE ‘scout’ showed up at Penn State Pro Day for second straight year
All 32 teams, several CFL squads and an XFL scout were all in Happy Valley for Pro Day along with a rep from the wrestling venture.
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Options develop for Notre Dame’s third starting WR, one presumably with speed
In the search for a third starter, along the wide side of the field, some wonder does persist.
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Mizzou reportedly tore less than 25,000 tickets per game in 2018
Another data point in the trend of declining attendance figures arrives.
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Report: American signs $1 billion TV deal with ESPN
The new contract, to begin in 2020-21, will represent a massive windfall for the conference.
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NCAA grants immediate eligibility to Miami QB Tate Martell
Martell left Ohio State after challenging Justin Fields to beat him out for the Buckeyes starting job.
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Texas Tech coach Matt Wells suspends four players as spring practice starts back up
The four players suspended include corner DaMarcus Fields, one of the Red Raiders top returning` defenders.
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Patriots’ Bill Belichick looks like Alabama’s newest analyst at Crimson Tide Pro Day
The Hoodie has not quite gone full houndstooth but the Super Bowl champ is donning Alabama gear for Tuesday's Pro Day.
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Jim Harbaugh on Michigan-turned-Ohio State assistant Greg Mattison: “We’re not going be sending each other Christmas cards”
The longtime Wolverines assistant surprised many this offseason by taking a job as the Buckeye's co-defensive coordinator.
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Former five-star Auburn lineman Calvin Ashley transferring to Florida Atlantic
The one-time top recruit will head from the Plains to Boca as Lane Kiffin lands another top transfer for the Owls.
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Leftovers & Links: Notre Dame searches for RB ‘consistency,’ sorts out its defense
Tony Jones has long shown Notre Dame what he could be, but the rising senior running back has rarely turned that potential into routine production. For every standout performance in practice, particularly...
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USF, San Jose State shift future non-conference game even further into the future
The two Group of Five programs will split up their home-and-home series on either coast with an even greater amount of time between games.
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Report: Sun Belt set to name first black FBS conference commish
Keith Gill, who played college football at Duke, has spent last two years in the Atlantic 10.
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QB Connor Neville announces transfer from Washington State
Washington State is losing one more quarterback in addition to NFL-bound Gardner Minshew this year.
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LaDainian Tomlinson creates endowment fund for TCU student-athletes
Hall of famer LaDainian Tomlinson continues to find ways to give back to TCU.
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LSU to approve Ed Orgeron’s contract extension and raise this week
After the most successful season of his coaching career, Ed Orgeron is expected to have a raise and extension approved by LSU this week.
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Michigan DL Reuben Jones announces plan to transfer from Wolverines
Michigan's defensive line will be losing one more body from the depth chart after this spring.
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Players-skipping-bowl-games trend hits college basketball
Arkansas small forward Daniel Gafford will prepare for the NBA draft instead of playing with his team in the NIT.
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Third time around, Illinois lands transfer wide receiver
After losing out on two Power 5 transfers, Illinois has added a veteran wideout from the FCS ranks.
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Miami QB Cade Weldon to transfer
Weldon completed two passes in two seasons as a Hurricane.
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Long’s third year about Notre Dame ‘standard’
Now in his third spring at Notre Dame, Chip Long expects to reap the benefits of the time he has spent establishing his system, both on the field and in the locker room.
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Pair of Texas A&M-Commerce football players shot on spring break in Florida
The school released a statement confirming the incident and that staffers were en route to Florida to assist.
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Pac-12 moves forward with equity sale; explores Las Vegas, LA for title game
The league hopes to make equal waves with investment bankers as they are with fans by moving their football title game.
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SEC presidents vote to keep College Football Playoff at four
No expansion talk for the College Football Playoff is coming out of the SEC.
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ECU’s Nate Harvey headed to NFL draft after NCAA denies AAC Defensive Player of the Year another season
Harvey set or tied school and conference records for sacks and tackles for loss last season for the Pirates but won't be around in 2019.
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Washington State reportedly adds pair of FCS teams to round out future schedules
Local rival Idaho is among the two schools who will also make the trip over to Pullman to take on the Cougars in the 2020's.
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Contractor awarded millions in spat with Iowa over construction of football facility
The Hawkeyes are on the hook for some $2.3 million after battling a contractor in the court system for nearly six years.
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USC AD Lynn Swann promises changes in wake of scandal
Swann's department was caught up in the wild scandal that involved the FBI, Hollywood actors and walk-ons with the football program.
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