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Chris Spielman’s son one of five Div. III players facing felony charges over alleged hazing
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 11:55:45 GMT)
One of the greatest players to ever pull on an Ohio State uniform has seen his son show up in the headlines for all of the wrong reasons. Arrest warrants were issued this week by a DuPage County (Ill.) judge for five Wheaton College football players — James Cooksey, Kyler Kregel, Benjamin Pettway, Noah Spielman and Samuel TeBos. Noah Spielman is the son of Chris Spielman, the former Buckeye All-American linebacker and College Football Hall of Famer who is now an analyst for FOX Sports. All five Div. III players are facing felony charges of aggravated battery, mob action and unlawful restraint.  $50,000 bonds for each player has been set. As of late Tuesday night, none of those involved had turned

Qualcomm Stadium renamed San Diego County Credit Union Stadium
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 13:41:16 GMT)
Fans and players look on while half of the stadiums lights went out during the second half of a game between the San Diego State Aztecs and the Stanford Cardinal at Qualcomm Stadium on September 16, 2017 in San Diego, California. Qualcomm Stadium is set to end its useful life as San Diego County Credit Union Stadium. San Diego State still plays at the stadium even though the NFL’s Chargers left for Los Angeles after the 2016 season.

Kicker who made field goal off the bounce immediately asked holder 'Does that count?'
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 13:53:00 GMT)
Texas Lutheran kicker Tyler Hopkins had no idea if kicking his blocked field goal through the uprights would count as three points. Hopkins is the Division III kicker who made an incredible field goal that counted (at the time) off the bounce after his first kick was blocked.

Dukes Work To Fix The Broken Play
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 12:50:48 GMT)
James Madison senior quarterback Bryan Schor takes off to run during the during the Dukes' 75-14 win over Norfolk State on Saturday at Bridgeforth Stadium in Harrisonburg. HARRISONBURG — Don’t tell James Madison coaches they can’t fix something that’s broken. When Saturdays come around and quarterback Bryan Schor is frantically scurrying from right to left behind the line of scrimmage, they want the offense to be prepared.

Shawn Eichorst’s firing at Nebraska increases heat on Mike Riley
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 19:21:30 GMT)
If Mike Riley wasn’t feeling the pressure to win before, he certainly is now. Thursday afternoon, Nebraska announced that Shawn Eichorst, the man responsible for firing Bo Pelini as head football coach and hiring Riley as his replacement, has been ousted from his position as athletic director at the university.  The move is effective immediately. Eichorst was hired by NU in October of 2012, and still has $1.7 million remaining on a contract that runs through June of 2019.  The university will be responsible for paying Eichorst that entire amount. “Shawn has led Nebraska Athletics in many positive ways, but those efforts have not translated into on-field performance,” chancellor Ronnie Green said

Recruiting is picking up for Guedet
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 12:43:37 GMT)
J.J. Guedet Offensive tackle 0 STARS Washington RR: 0.0 Ht: 6'8.0" Wt: 245.0 Class: 2019 - POSITION - NATIONAL - STATE Commitment status: undecided Washington (Ill.) junior offensive tackle prospect

Tuesday notebook: Huskers still behind Lee after rough start
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 02:21:49 GMT)
Tanner Lee’s introduction as Nebraska’s new starting quarterback has been nothing like what fans, coaches and even he had expected through the first three games of the season. Not only are the Huskers off to a dismal 1-2 start, the junior transfer from Tulane has completed just 52.5 percent of his passes, been sacked six times and taken numerous other hits in the pocket, and currently leads all of FBS with seven interceptions. After a solid debut in the opener vs. Arkansas State, Lee’s numbers have become progressively worse in two straight losses to Oregon and Northern Illinois.

Virginia Tech football: Uniforms for Old Dominion Announced
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 02:13:01 GMT)
The killer folks in charge of uniforms have outdone themselves again. It’s Military Appreciation Week, and the Hokies have made an excellent choice. This particular helmet is all white with the familiar V.T. logo. Superimposed over the V.T. is the American flag. This particular combo has a place in my heart. I loved it the first time around, and it will be sweet on Saturday. Currently in my memorabilia collection, I have a Sam Rogers autographed mini helmet with this paint job. I like that the Virginia Tech Hokies always show love to the military. They have a coup again with this one. One other note. This game is a “white effect” game. So Hokie fans everywhere, please wear white to Lane Stadium.

Tulsa Football: Rankings of Interest
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 20:12:56 GMT)
Tulsa RB D'Angelo Brewer is currently sixth nationally for rushing yards per game. Associated Press After Tulsa racked up 548 total yards, including 423 rushing yards last weekend, the Hurricane once again moved up the national rankings for production

Indiana will wear uniforms honoring the late Terry Hoeppner this weekend
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 22:20:17 GMT)
This weekend when Indiana takes the field, the Hoosiers will be honoring former head coach Terry Hoeppner. To do that on the 10th anniversary of the former coach’s passing, Indiana’s uniforms will have a slight modification to the numbering. Rather than a traditional white block numbering on the front and back, Indiana’s uniform numbers will feature a pattern mimicking Hep’s Rock, which was introduced to the program by the former head coach and remains a fixture within the program. Hoeppner passed away at the age of 59 in the summer of June 2007. Hoeppner had planned to step away from coaching to focus on a battle with brain cancer that summer, but he fell victim to the disease on June 19, 2007.

David Boren's legacy is evident, but Oklahoma and Big 12 must now decide what's next 
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 00:07:00 GMT)
He pushed for the return of a conference title game -- and on the day he retired, the reinstated title game got a start time of 11:30 a.m. Dec. 2 at AT&T Stadium. Boren took shots at Texas' Longhorn Network and pushed the Big 12 to look at a conference-wide network. He suggested a hard look at expansion last year, then backed off, with the Big 12 staying at 10 members. One theory Wednesday suggested that Boren's departure might strengthen the Big 12 by removing speculation and rumors coming from one of the league's most powerful presidents. Boren had been through multiple rounds of realignment and knew the lay of the land. The new president -- whether chosen from internal or external candidates

Mississippi State vs. Georgia, who you got?
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 17:47:00 GMT)
Yahoo Sports and Dr. Saturday predict who's going to win when the Bulldogs matchup in week 4.

30-year-old kicker from Australia shining for Colorado
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 10:29:43 GMT)
Don't address the 30-year-old freshman kicker from Australia as ''Sir.'' It makes him feel old. As for any sort of age joke, go ahead, because Colorado's James Stefanou has heard them all - and usually it's him cracking them. The former soccer standout has quickly come of age as a kicker for the Buffaloes (3-0).

Former Texas A&M AD claims he had no say in terms of Kevin Sumlin's contract
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 19:17:58 GMT)
Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin watches his team warmup before the start of an NCAA college football game against Louisiana-Lafayette Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017, in College Station, Texas. The man in charge of Texas A&M’s athletic department when Kevin Sumlin received a six-year, $30 million contract extension claims he had “nothing” to do with the terms of the deal. Former A&M athletic director Eric Hyman told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that he had “no say” over the contract and it was simply put on his desk.

Malzahn 'feels good' about DT depth
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 14:45:29 GMT)
AUBURN | The ranks at defensive tackle are thinning out for No. 15 Auburn, but so far Gus Malzahn doesn’t seem too concerned. The Tigers will open up conference play at Missouri Saturday with just seven scholarship defensive tackles on the roster, but three of those have played little to no snaps this season. “I think right now our defense is the No. 2 defense in the country and our defensive line has a lot to do with that,” Malzahn said.

Fedora On The D Talking, Duke's O, Duke's D & Kick Coverage
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 00:34:31 GMT)
UNC football coach Larry Fedora met with the media following Wednesday’s practice at Kenan Stadium to discuss his team’s preparation for Saturday’s opponent Duke, what the Blue Devils do well and more. *Communication has been the main topic regarding UNC’s defense this year, and with Andre Smith out, who does the staff look to as vocal leaders on defense now? *Asked what is the hardest element of Duke’s offense to contain, Fedora replied: “Daniel does a good job running the offense, whether it’s RPOs or throwing the ball down the field or whether it’s him running – he does a tremendous job with that.

Week 3 ACC Football Power Rankings
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Louisville got smooooked.

USA TODAY Sports college football staff picks for Week 4
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 13:56:40 GMT)
You like offenses that march up and down the field? This week's marquee matchup between No. 7 Oklahoma State and No. 15 TCU might be your nirvana. The two teams are averaging a combined 103 points per game through the first three weeks of the season. Both have looked good early with impressive road wins against Power Five competition - the Cowboys beat Pittsburgh and the Horned Frogs top Arkansas. Now the second- and third-best teams in the Big 12 will clash to see who stands to be the biggest contender to Oklahoma in the conference race. WEEK 4 PREVIEW: Can TCU, or anybody, stop Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State? BOWL PROJECTIONS: San Diego State rises as USC barely hangs on The other matchup of

Media Notebook: No choice but to look forward
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 10:00:00 GMT)
Missouri fans have been a bit restless this week. Senior tight end Jason Reese said that Tigers called a players’ only meeting on Monday afternoon after a 35-3 loss to Purdue left them 1-2 on the season. “I think we’ve kind of called ourselves out on the way we’ve been competing both in practice and games,” Reese said.

Jumbo Package: The on-field jumbo package is back, baby!
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Start your day off right basking in some LSU misery. If you’ve seen ATVS’ twitter feed the past few days, this is even funnier -- this has been their reaction for almost a week. H/T Josh and the gang at Al.com Game Prep THE JUMBO PACKAGE IS BACK, BABY! The namesake of this column returns. How do you feel about Da’Ron Payne as a fullback, behind a six-lineman three-tackle ace formation, opening holes for Bo Scarbrough? We honestly don’t know if Payne is going to play fullback, but we’ve seen defensive tackles at this spot before. Call your doctor if it lasts longer than four hours. It’s been a long, slow road to recovery for the injured Josh Jacobs. But, Saban hopes that he’ll be able to see the

College Football Picks: Conference plays starts, upsets loom
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 17:19:55 GMT)
Familiarity often leads to volatility. For the most part, conference play is here in college football, which means far fewer blowouts and a much greater likelihood for the type of upsets that can really shake up the rankings and change the season. Eleven ranked teams play road games against unranked conference rivals this weekend, including No. 1 Alabama against an unbeaten Vanderbilt team that is feeling pretty good about itself after knocking off Kansas State last weekend. No. 5 Southern California comes off an overtime win against Texas to visit maybe the most surprising team in the country, California (3-0). The Trojans will be a big test for an improved Bears defense. The hottest spot on

Justin Wilcox's turnaround at California is nothing to swear at. So what happened at USC?
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 03:05:00 GMT)
Justin Wilcox has become more meme than coach for a subsection of USC fans. When the Trojans defense performs poorly enough to make one want to scream profanities over and over again, that is a Justin Wilcox game. In other words, Wilcox’s last contest as USC’s defensive coordinator — a 41-22 loss to Stanford in the 2015 Pac-12 championship game, in which Christian McCaffrey accounted for 461 all-purpose yards — left a lasting impression. One juicy detail in particular. Reporters in the press box could hear a voice in the coaches’ booth continually yell a four-letter obscenity. The voice belonged to Wilcox. Coach Clay Helton fired him and three other assistants the following day. And so USC fans

Vols' defense again hit with injuries, yielding big plays
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 16:29:04 GMT)
This pattern is growing all too familiar for Tennessee's defense. One year after injuries and big plays made it tough for Tennessee to stop anyone late in the season , the Volunteers find themselves again dealing with those same issues. Tennessee lost its Southeastern Conference opener 26-20 to No. 20 Florida by allowing a tiebreaking 63-yard touchdown pass as time expired.

Don Brown: Michigan's defense has plenty left up its sleeve
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 18:18:55 GMT)
The relief, at least for a little bit, hit Don Brown late Saturday afternoon.  After spending roughly nine months worrying about Air Force, the triple option and everything that goes along with defending a service academy, Michigan's defensive coordinator looked at the stats and saw results.  Michigan held Air Force to its lowest total yardage total since 2012. And while Brown has gotten plenty of credit for Michigan's overall defensive performance through three weeks, the Wolverines' defensive coordinator is heaping it all back on his players.  "(Last) Tuesday and Wednesday we took 230 snaps of option football, the game plan was called on the line of scrimmage because they're a team that has

8-Year-Old Football Players Kneel During Anthem Before Game
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 12:40:56 GMT)
An Illinois football coach says the protests over the acquittal of a former St. Louis police officer in the death of a black motorist prompted the young athletes on his football team to ask about kneeling during the national anthem.

UCF football to face Austin Peay on Oct. 28, giving Knights 11th game
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 20:20:00 GMT)
The UCF football team will host Austin Peay on Oct. 28, allowing the Knights to plan an 11-game regular season after the team’s schedule was disrupted by Hurricane Irma. Kickoff and television broadcast times will be announced at a later date. UCF athletics director Danny White repeatedly said he was working to shore up the Knights’ schedule after the storm caused major changes. Austin Peay, a Football Championship Subdivision team, had a bye on Oct. 28 and secured a waiver from the NCAA allowing the Governors to play a 13th game this season — one more than the organization’s maximum number of games allowed. “I can’t thank [NCAA executive] Oliver Luck and the staff at the NCAA enough for their

The Kirby Smart Hater’s Guide to Georgia’s Upcoming Loss to Mississippi State
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Welcome to the Kirby Smart Hater’s Guide to Georgia Football, where we give a voice to the fans who will never be happy with Kirby Smart at the helm in Athens. Look, there are two ways you can view the first quarter of Georgia’s season. There’s an entire participation-trophy generation of Georgia fans who think they should go ahead and book early January flights from Atlanta to Atlanta (where the College Football Playoff Championship is held this year). Georgia is not just back, Georgia is backer than back. Georgia is backest. The Bulldogs dominated a 10-win powerhouse and handed App State its only loss of the season in Week 1. The next week, Georgia traveled on the road to Notre Dame and defeated

Former Bears Pisa Tinoisamoa, Herman Clark finalists for Polynesian Football Hall of Fame
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 15:26:00 GMT)
Former Chicago Bears guard Herman "Buddy" Clark, a standout in the 1950s, and linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa have been named two of 18 finalists for the 2018 class of the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame. Clark was a finalist last year, and Tinoisamoa is a first-time finalist. Former Bears center Olin Kreutz and Kevin Mawae, an assistant offensive line coach for the team last season, were members of the inaugural class for the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame in 2014. Five inductees for the Class of 2018 will be announced Oct. 10, and they will be honored during the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame enshrinement weekend during the Polynesian Bowl Jan. 19-20, 2018, in Oahu, Hawaii. Clark, a fourth-round

Around The Big Ten: Week Four
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 20:13:56 GMT)
Don’t miss out on any of our exclusive football, basketball and recruiting coverage. Click here to get your 60-day free trial! Junior running back Saquon Barkley's 21.9 yards per catch are the fourth-most in the Big Ten. The Wolverine takes

Hot Links: A new OU hype video is out, and you’re going to like it
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Hello again, Sooner fans! We’re only two days away from the beginning of conference play, but before you watch the Oklahoma Sooners take on the Baylor Bears, I highly recommend you watch this: Fun note: this production was narrated by Eric Striker, a revered Oklahoma Sooner. If that has you feeling all types of feelings, then you probably have OUDNA. Now for today’s Hot Links, we’ve got Gerald McCoy talking about superheroes, a list of the most valuable college football teams, what to watch this weekend as far as upsets are concerned and more! OU Links: If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably written off any chances that the winless Baylor Bears will be competitive with OU on Saturday. While

Harbaugh: Michigan Football Play Calling Is A Team Effort
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 15:00:00 GMT)
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said his team needs to do a better job in the red zone. U-M has one touchdown in 10 trips this year. Michigan “didn’t dodge the bullet,” head coach Jim Harbaugh relayed this week as it pertained to freshman receiver Tarik Black, losing the standout to a broken foot.

Hue Jackson confident that growing pains of his offense will subside
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 03:36:03 GMT)
Tony Grossi has covered the Cleveland Browns since 1984, currently for ESPN Cleveland, and is one of 46 voters for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Offensive truths: Those unhappy with – no, mortified by – another anemic Browns offense, take heart. Hue Jackson feels your pain. “Trust me, I am pulling my hair out,” said the coach. Which is a painstaking exercise for a man whose clean-shaven head barely sprouts a stubble by day’s end. Every now and then Jackson lets down his optimistic guard and reveals how utterly exasperating it is for him to field an offensive product that is, um, perplexing at best and deflating at worst. One of the truly bright offensive minds in the league, Jackson was the

Talkative Tennessee back John Kelly leads SEC in rushing
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 03:25:08 GMT)
Tennessee running back John Kelly talks throughout a game, whether he's motivating teammates or letting an opponent know about an impressive carry he's just made. ''My mom, she used to always say I talk too much anyways,'' Kelly said. ''Definitely what I was expecting,'' Kelly said.

Walk-on Wednesday: Southern California freshman kicker Chase McGrath quickly makes impact
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 12:57:43 GMT)
Before Chase McGrath and his father, Greg, walked into the Southern California football offices in the spring of 2017, they made a plan. On the off chance that coaches offered him a spot on the roster, McGrath planned to accept. It did not matter that he had a scholarship offer from Army and a handful of walk-on spots at other Power Five schools. McGrath had to be a Trojan.  Born and raised in Los Angeles, McGrath grew up an avid USC fan. He attended Mater Dei High, a football factory in Santa Ana, Calif., that doubles as a pipeline to USC football, known best for sending major quarterback prospects like Matt Leinart and Matt Barkley on to the Trojans.  So when head coach Clay Helton wandered

Vols football under Butch Jones has too many star recruits not reaching potential
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 10:00:09 GMT)
Tennessee fans, empowered by the privilege of second-guessing, have been critical of their coaches' game management in the 26-20, last-second loss to Florida. But I'm not piling on. In fact, coach Butch Jones' game management was actually an improvement over his last trip to The Swamp when he flunked math in a 90,000-seat classroom — or more precisely, failed to figure out that a two-point conversion attempt was needed after Tennessee's last touchdown. Instead, the Vols kicked, and the Gators struck back with two touchdowns in the final minutes for a 28-27 victory. Don't get the wrong idea, though. I'm not suggesting that Bill Belichick came to mind when UT was managing its goal-line offense

Saban taking questions
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 05:30:33 GMT)
Nick Saban calmly pleads the fifth when asked who he receives better questions from, the media or the fans.

After starting 1-2, there’s still a road to a winning record
(Thu, 21 Sep 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Before the season began, I pegged Texas as an eight-win team. If they won nine games, I figured it would come in the form of a bowl win. With that prediction, I also envisioned Texas heading into conference play with a winning record of 2-1. Was I drinking the Kool-aid when I made that prediction? Well no, actually it was Basil Hayden’s. But both of those drinks can make anyone a bit overzealous when stirring up a pre-season prediction for your favorite college football team (I definitely nailed the A&M prediction, just wait). In order for Texas to end the season with a winning record, the Longhorns coaching staff will need to be realistic about the roster it has. That means this staff will need

How Hurricane Irma affected college football in Florida
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 14:00:00 GMT)
Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer Close ACC reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2010. Graduate of the University of Florida. Follow on Twitter ORLANDO, Fla. -- Hurricane Irma cleared out of South Florida on Sept. 10. In Orlando, University of Miami officials gathered in a hotel room, pulled up a spreadsheet, got out their phones and went to work. When they left campus to prepare for the storm, players, coaches and staff members went in different directions. They had no idea when they would return. Or what they would return to. Now that the worst had passed, the priority became checking on the safety of all 380 athletes and 150 staff members. Men's basketball coach Jim Larranaga texted. His team was fine.

1,400 Word Preview and Prediction for Toledo at Miami
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Overview: This feels like the true beginning of college football for me. After a tune-up game against Bethune-Cookman, Miami has had two games cancelled due to Hurricane Irma. Football is secondary in those types of situations, I get that. That did not keep my heart strings from tugging because of the absence of my beloved Hurricanes. On Saturday, we are back in MAC-tion against one of the premier teams in the conference. These "Group of Five" games can get tricky for a team in Miami’s situation. For two weeks, Mark Richt and his staff have been solely focused on their players safety, as they should have been. However, it is time to snap back into reality. The fact of the matter is that Toledo

Three-Point Stance: Coaches under scrutiny, freshmen of the week, Heisman
(Wed, 20 Sep 2017 10:26:38 GMT)
Rivals.com National Recruiting Director Mike Farrell’s thought-provoking Three-Point Stance is here with some thoughts on early hot seats for coaches, his Farrell Freshman Five and his Heisman list after Week 3 of the college football season.

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