• NCAAF Six schools to join AAC for 2023-24 season

    Six schools will join the American Athletic Conference on July 1, 2023, the conference announced Wednesday. The universities already had been accepted as members but the entry date had yet to be finalized. Joining ahead of the 2023 fall sports season are UAB, FAU, Charlotte, North Texas, Rice and UTSA. The timing coincides with the […]

  • NCAAF Army-Navy game to be played in five different cities

    The prestigious Army-Navy game will be played in five different East Coast locations from 2023-27, the two military academies announced Wednesday. The 2023 game will be played in Foxborough, Mass., and the 2024 contest will be held in Landover, Md. Baltimore will be the site in 2025, followed by East Rutherford, N.J., in 2026 and […]

  • NCAAF Top 2023 QB prospect Arch Manning visits Alabama

    The nephew of Super Bowl winners Peyton and Eli Manning paid a visit to Tuscaloosa, Ala. recently as his college recruitment continues. Tabbed as a consensus five-star quarterback by recruiting services, Arch Manning took his official visit to Alabama this past weekend after participating in a 7-on-7 camp at LSU. Manning posed for a photo […]

  • NCAAF Report: A&M asked SEC to consider suspending Nick Saban

    Texas A&M beseeched the SEC to consider fining and suspending Alabama coach Nick Saban for publicly stating that the Aggies “bought every player” through NIL deals, On3 reported Monday. The website says it obtained communications between Texas A&M and the SEC on May 19 through an open records request. Texas A&M sent an email and […]

  • NCAAF AAC, 3 teams agree on 2023 departure date

    Cincinnati, UCF and Houston will join the Big 12 in the 2023 fall seasons under an agreement reached with the American Athletic Conference. The three schools announced last year that they were heading to the Big 12 but when remained the question mark. AAC commissioner Mike Aresco announced Friday that the conference’s member institutions voted […]

  • NCAAF QB CJ Carr, grandson of Lloyd Carr, picks Notre Dame over Michigan

    Notre Dame landed a commitment from a five-star quarterback in the Class of 2024 — and it also allowed the Fighting Irish to score a win over one of their biggest rivals. CJ Carr, the grandson of longtime Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr, committed to Notre Dame Thursday. Carr also listed Michigan, Michigan State, Georgia, […]

  • NCAAF Former LSU WR Koy Moore transfers to Auburn

    Koy Moore, a former LSU wide receiver who entered the transfer portal last fall, announced that he would be transferring to Auburn. The former four-star, top-300 recruit (per 247 Sports) prepped at Rummel in the New Orleans area and contributed to the Baton Rouge-based Tigers as a freshman in 2020. He had 22 catches for […]

  • NCAAF QB McKenzie Milton retires from football

    McKenzie Milton, the former UCF quarterback who fought his way back from a devastating leg injury to play again, said his football career is over. Milton was injured Nov. 23, 2018, during the regular-season finale at South Florida. The nerves in his right leg were so damaged and the blood flow so restricted that amputation […]

  • NCAAF Former Kentucky coach Hal Mumme pleads guilty to trespassing

    Former Kentucky coach Hal Mumme was arrested early Friday morning after an incident at a downtown hotel in Lexington, Ky. Mumme was charged with second-degree criminal trespassing and resisting arrest after police responded to the incident at the Hyatt Regency hotel. Former UK football coach Hal Mumme arrested at Lexington hotel #NewsBreak https://t.co/zrmqjC5sRV — MARK […]

  • NCAAF Idaho State DBs coach charged with murder

    Idaho State defensive backs coach Davonte’ Neal was charged with first-degree murder in Arizona, with the university planning to terminate his contract over the matter. The charge stems from a 2017 incident, reports said. Neal was also charged with one count of drive-by shooting and one count of discharging a firearm at a structure, both […]

  • NCAAF Nick Saban reiterates he regrets naming names in NIL flap

    Alabama coach Nick Saban again tried to defuse a dustup of his own creation with Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher, saying Tuesday at the SEC spring meetings that, “I didn’t really say anybody did anything wrong,” and that he has “no problem” with Fisher. Saban again said that he regrets naming specific institutions two weeks […]

  • Former Kentucky coach Hal Mumme pleads guilty to trespassing

    Former Kentucky coach Hal Mumme was arrested early Friday morning after an incident at a downtown hotel in Lexington, Ky. Mumme was charged with second-degree criminal trespassing and resisting arrest after police responded to the incident at the Hyatt Regency hotel. Former UK football coach Hal Mumme arrested at Lexington hotel #NewsBreak https://t.co/zrmqjC5sRV — MARK […]

  • Sugar Bowl moved to Dec. 31 to avoid TV conflict with ‘MNF’

    The Sugar Bowl will be played on New Year’s Eve at 12 noon ET on Dec. 31 next season, rather than in its regular primetime TV slot. The bowl game is normally held on New Year’s Day, which will fall on a Sunday in 2023. But it could not be moved to Monday, Jan. 2 […]

  • Report: Georgia, Kirby Smart nearing contract extension

    National championship-winning coach Kirby Smart and Georgia are nearing a contract extension, according to multiple reports. While university president Jere Morehead declined to attach a figure to what is expected to be a huge contract, he told The Athletic, “I don’t think anyone will be surprised.” Morehead gave the school’s athletic board an update in […]

  • Alonzo Highsmith leaves Seahawks for Miami role

    Seattle Seahawks scouting exec Alonzo Highsmith will be moving to the opposite corner of the country, back to his home and alma mater, having accepted a role as general manager of football operations for the Miami. The longtime NFL executive is a member of the Miami Sports Hall of Fame. He finished his college career […]

  • Four-star QB Eli Holstein commits to Alabama

    Alabama picked up a four-star quarterback out of enemy territory on Tuesday. Eli Holstein, from Zachary, La., and rated the nation’s eighth-ranked QB in the Class of 2023, committed to the Crimson Tide over LSU, Florida and Oregon, to name a few. He had previously committed to Texas A&M last June 25, then decommitted in […]

  • 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 […]

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