• Jimbo Fisher: Just 1 early signee at Texas A&M has NIL deal

    Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher continued to deny that his program’s incoming players were “bought” via name, image and likeness deals. Fisher said in an interview with a San Antonio TV station that most of the Aggies’ 11 early enrollees do not have an NIL deal in place, pushing back on the notion initially espoused […]

  • Mountain West scrapping two-division format in 2023

    The Mountain West Conference announced Friday that it will eliminate its two-division format beginning with the 2023 season. The Mountain West will instead have the two teams with the top winning percentages play in the league championship game. The move comes two days after the NCAA Division I Council changed policy to allow conferences to […]

  • Pitt WR Jordan Addison picks Southern Cal

    Wide receiver Jordan Addison announced Thursday that he will transfer from Pitt to Southern California. Addison, a consensus All-American and the reigning Fred Biletnikoff Award winner for the best receiver in college football, appeared in the transfer portal earlier this month. “The last few weeks have been very difficult,” Addison wrote in a social media […]

  • Nick Saban apologizes for singling out Texas A&M on NIL

    Alabama coach Nick Saban apologized Thursday for calling out Texas A&M and two other schools during a speech for leveraging name, image and likeness (NIL) deals to attract players. Saban set off a firestorm Wednesday night when he said Texas A&M “bought every player on their team.” “I should have never really singled anybody out,” […]

  • Pac-12 to change conference title game after NCAA ruling

    The Pac-12 will feature its two top teams in its conference title game rather than one team per division after a ruling Wednesday that cleared the way for conferences to have more flexibility with their decisions. The NCAA Division I Council announced that it would relax restrictions on conference title games within college football. Conferences […]

  • Ohio State boosting Ryan Day’s salary to $9.5M

    Ohio State football coach Ryan Day is set to receive to a two-year contract extension that boosts his annual salary to $9.5 million through the 2028 season. The deal announced by the school Wednesday increases Day’s annual compensation from $7.6 million. It is pending the approval of the university’s board of trustees in a vote […]

  • ‘College GameDay’ to kick off at Ohio State-Notre Dame

    ABC will air a trio of high-profile college football games over Labor Day weekend, with ESPN kicking off its “College GameDay” coverage with Notre Dame’s visit to Ohio State on Sept. 3. It’s the 21st visit all-time to Columbus, Ohio, by “GameDay” — more than any other city. ABC begins game coverage with national champion […]

  • QB Taisun Phommachanh transfers from Clemson to Georgia Tech

    After three seasons as a backup quarterback with Clemson, Taisun Phommachanh announced his intention to stay in the Atlantic Coast Conference but move a bit further south by transferring to Georgia Tech. Phommachanh backed up Tigers starters Trevor Lawrence (2019-20) and D.J. Uiagalelei (2021) the past three seasons. In 13 total games for Clemson, he […]

  • Oklahoma gains commitment of transfer QB General Booty

    Oklahoma continues to fill out its quarterback room with a commitment from junior college QB General Booty. The name might sound familiar. His uncles, Josh (LSU) and John David (Southern California), played quarterback at Power Five programs. His father, Abram, was a receiver at LSU in the late 1990s. General Booty, a 6-foot-3, 195-pound passer, […]

  • BYU voids four games against in-state rival Utah State

    BYU is suspending its series against in-state program Utah State after this season’s matchup due to its impending entrance into the Big 12. The Cougars voided road games in 2023 and 2025 at Logan, Utah, and home games in 2024 and 2026 against the Aggies, a program they have played 90 times, beginning in 1922. […]

  • Nick Saban denies tampering helped land Louisville WR

    There was no contact with new Alabama wide receiver Tyler Harrell before he transferred from Louisville, Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban insisted on Wednesday. Saban said he was not aware of contact with Harrell, one of several high-profile transfers landed by the runner-up to national champion Georgia since the 2021 season ended. “We don’t […]

  • Florida State coach alleges programs are tampering

    Florida State coach Mike Norvell said players on the Seminoles’ roster have received “outside contact” from other programs that would equate to tampering. In a hyperactive offseason for transfers, Norvell said in an interview on the ACC Network the players in question weren’t in the transfer portal or considering a transfer from Tallahassee. “We had […]

  • 5-star 2024 QB Dylan Raiola commits to Ohio State

    Five-star quarterback Dylan Raiola committed to Ohio State’s Class of 2024. Ranked as the No. 3 quarterback and the No. 8 overall player in the class by the 247Sports composite, Raiola announced his decision with a video posted to social media Monday night on his 17th birthday. BUCKEYE NATION!!! LETS G?????????????????? pic.twitter.com/NvXE24XM7j — Dylan Raiola […]

  • NCAA looks to relax conference title game restrictions

    The NCAA took a major step toward updating rules surrounding conference title games for the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), reports said Monday. The NCAA Football Oversight Committed put forward new recommendations on April 28 that, among other things, would remove a longstanding requirement for conferences to be split into divisions in order to stage a […]

  • NCAA releases new NIL guidelines regarding boosters

    The NCAA Division I Board of Directors on Monday sent member schools guidelines to govern name, image and likeness (NIL) rights. NIL has become the primary avenue college athletes have been able to explore to generate revenue for themselves since that practice became legal from an NCAA perspective last summer. The new guidelines, which arrive […]

  • Arizona State DL facing DUI charges in accident that killed pedestrian

    Arizona State defensive lineman Stanley Lambert is facing two drunk-driving charges in connection with the death of a pedestrian in Scottsdale, Ariz. Lambert allegedly struck and killed Norah Bruther, 23, of New Jersey, who was visiting the area, Fox 10 in Phoenix reported. She was attempting to cross Camelback Road in Scottsdale when she was […]

  • Former Baylor starting QB Gerry Bohanon transfers to USF

    Ex-Baylor quarterback Gerry Bohanon announced Sunday that he will transfer to South Florida for his senior season. Bohanon will compete with current starter Timmy McClain for the Bulls’ starting QB job. Bohanon completed 62.9 percent of his passes for 2,200 yards and 18 touchdowns with seven interceptions last season for Baylor (12-2). He also ran […]

  • Brother of Dabo Swinney arrested in South Carolina

    The brother of Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney has been arrested in South Carolina on a charge of sexual exploitation of a minor. The office of state Attorney General Alan Wilson announced the arrest of Henry Ervil Swinney III, 53, on Thursday. He was arrested on April 23. Investigators followed up on a tip from […]

  • Ohio State RB Marcus Crowley to ‘medically retire’

    Another major injury pushed Ohio State running back Marcus Crowley to opt for “medical retirement.” Ohio State coach Ryan Day said Friday that Crowley will no longer play but plans to stay close to the program as he finishes his degree in communications. Crowley is entering his senior season. Day said the latest injury was […]

  • Ex-Florida QB Emory Jones transfers to Arizona State

    Former Florida quarterback Emory Jones indicated Thursday that he is transferring to Arizona State. Jones posted a picture on his Twitter account with artwork showing him in a Sun Devils’ uniform. #ForksUp ?? Let’s get it!! pic.twitter.com/mPid7MpDAL — Emory Jones (@eXjones6) May 5, 2022 Jones’ decision will give Arizona State an experienced quarterback after starter […]

  • SEC, Pac-12 commissioners in D.C. for NIL guidance

    Federal Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) legislation is the subject of the Pac-12 and Southeastern Conference commissioners’ visit to Washington, D.C., on Thursday. Multiple conference commissioners have voiced concern the current NIL rules leave open pay-for-play and recruitment weapons the NCAA insists can be avoided. “Either the NCAA is going to get its act together […]

  • Former USC receiver Bru McCoy transfers to Tennessee

    Former Southern California wide receiver Bru McCoy announced on social media Tuesday that he has committed to transfer to Tennessee. McCoy, who has played just one season of college football and sat out two others, was in the transfer portal for the third time. McCoy was a five-star recruit in the Class of 2019 out […]

  • Pitt All-American WR Jordan Addison enters transfer portal

    Pitt wide receiver Jordan Addison, a consensus All-American and the reigning Fred Biletnikoff Award winner for the best receiver in college football, officially appeared in the transfer portal Tuesday. Multiple media reports that appeared as early as last week said Addison was expected to depart Pitt for Southern California and join new coach Lincoln Riley. […]

  • Nebraska coach Scott Frost gets 5-day suspension for violation

    Nebraska violated NCAA rules that limit the number of coaches on staff, and coach Scott Frost will receive a five-day suspension as a result, the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions announced Monday. The university, NCAA and Frost, under a negotiated settlement, agreed that a former special teams analyst instructed players during practices and film […]

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