• Former Baylor TE Tre'Von Armstead arrested for 2013 sexual assault allegation
    Dr. Saturday

    Former Baylor TE Tre'Von Armstead arrested for 2013 sexual assault allegation

    Tre’Von Armstead was suspended in 2015 for what Baylor said was a violation of team rules. Former Baylor tight end Tre’Von Armstead was arrested for the second time in less than two weeks Wednesday. Armstead was arrested Wednesday morning by Waco police regarding an accusation of sexual assault from nearly four years ago.

  • Former USC stars Jackson, Smith-Schuster enjoying pre-draft process
    Sports Illustrated5 hours ago

    Former USC stars Jackson, Smith-Schuster enjoying pre-draft process

    Adoree’ Jackson has a few “grown up” things to do before he starts to interview for his first job as an NFL player. A track and field standout at USC-he won the 2015 and ’16 Pac-12 titles in long jump, and participated in sprints-Jackson typically went right from the football field to the track, and then back to the football field. Jackson participated in USC’s pro day Wednesday, where representatives from all 32 teams were present, including former Trojans head coach and current Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll.

  • Spring break out west is fine, but Wimbush better be ready to run
    NBC Sports: Inside the Irish

    Spring break out west is fine, but Wimbush better be ready to run

    It will undoubtedly become a habit, at least for the next five-plus months. If Notre Dame junior quarterback Brandon Wimbush sneezes in front of a camera, it just might lead to an uptick in webmd.com traffic. His every football move will certainly be analyzed, nitpicked and discussed at length. Thus, Irish coach Brian Kelly being asked about Wimbush’s spring break should surprise no one. Rather than find a Florida beach, Wimbush spent his spring break working with private quarterbacks coach George Whitfield in San Diego alongside a handful of other college passers. Kelly said there is value to such a spring break but stopped short of setting any lofty expectations of the effects. “I have no problem