• Suspended early-enrollee tweets he's leaving Michigan

    Wide receiver Ahmir Mitchell says he’s transferring from Michigan and re-opening his recruitment. Mitchell, an early-enrollee at UM, is currently suspended by the Wolverines. Mitchell was a four-star recruit in the class of 2016, according to Rivals.

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  • Wisconsin OL Dan Voltz, a 3-year starter, retires

    Wisconsin took a big hit to its offensive line on Tuesday. Badgers coach Paul Chryst told reporters after practice that fifth-year senior offensive lineman Dan Voltz has decided to retire from football. Voltz was working his way back from a torn ACL.

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  • Burke ready to pass baton to Purdue's new athletic director

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Purdue athletic director Morgan Burke plans to spend his final months on campus doing the same old things.

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  • Report: Mitt Romney 'lobbying' for BYU to Big 12

    While Mitt Romney won’t be endorsing Donald Trump for president, he’s reportedly stumping for BYU’s inclusion into the Big 12. The 2012 Republican presidential candidate wants to see the Cougars in the conference if the Big 12 expands.

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  • Eastern Michigan suspends starting QB Brogan Roback

    It looks like Eastern Michigan will be without starting quarterback Brogan Roback when the season begins. EMU coach Chris Creighton confirmed to the Detroit Free-Press that Roback has been suspended for violating department and team rules. Creighton did not say how many games Roback will miss — if…

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  • Trace McSorley to start at quarterback for Penn State

    Trace McSorley will start at quarterback for Penn State when the Nittany Lions open against Kent State on Sept. 3. Coach James Franklin settled on the sophomore after McSorley battled redshirt freshman Tommy Stevens for the job through the spring and summer. ''We're excited what he brings to our…

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  • Larry Fedora claims Tim Beckman got fired because he didn't win enough

    Larry Fedora’s team reached the ACC title game in 2015 . This is a stretch, Larry Fedora. Former Illinois coach Tim Beckman is now a volunteer coach at North Carolina. Beckman spent the 2015 season out of football after he was fired a week before the season as multiple former players reported…

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  • Arrests disappointed, embarrassed, angered Notre Dame coach

    Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said he had the same feelings a parent would have when he heard six Fighting Irish football players had been arrested in two separate incidents over the weekend. Starting safety Max Redfield, running back Dexter Williams, linebacker Te'Von Coney, receiver Kevin…

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  • Social Hour: Rutgers brings back $100K kickoff return contest

    Miss something that happened on Dr. Saturday’s social media presence? Well, we’ve got your roundup right here. Don’t let this happen again. Always be in the know by following Dr. Saturday on Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr.

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  • Recent history shows QBs vulnerable to early season injuries

    Some of the biggest losses in college football's opening week likely won't be reflected on the scoreboard. Several teams in recent seasons have lost starting quarterbacks the first couple of weeks and spent the remainder of the year dealing with QB issues. Air Force, Boston College, BYU, Kansas…

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  • Transfer Benkert wins battle to be Virginia's starting QB

    Transfer Kurt Benkert has won the battle to be Virginia's starting quarterback. First-year head coach Bronco Mendenhall made the announcement Wednesday. When I look at a quarterback, what I look first and foremost for is do they move the team into the end zone because points determine outcome,''…

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  • 2016 Pioneer Football League Preview

    (STATS) - What Morehead State coach Rob Tenyer liked about his team's fourth-place prediction in the Pioneer Football League preseason poll is his players were probably disappointed by it.

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  • Recruit says letter mixup leads to decommitment from Michigan

    A four-star recruit in the class of 2017 is reneging on his verbal commitment to Michigan because of an apparent mail mixup. Defensive tackle Aubrey Solomon posted this to Twitter on Monday night saying he was re-opening his recruitment. “A day or two ago, they sent my mom a card thanking us for…

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  • Former Arkansas QB Rafe Peavey transfers to SMU

    Arkansas quarterback Rafe Peavey announced via Twitter he was leaving the Razorbacks to join SMU. Thank you to the state of Arkansas!! pic.twitter.com/4W1rUZokcl

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  • Hills named Maryland starting QB for opener vs Howard

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) -- Perry Hills has been selected to be Maryland's starting quarterback.

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  • Dr. Saturday's impact transfers for 2016

    Can Trevor Knight excel in College Station? RB Duke Catalon, Texas to Houston: Can Houston have two 1,000 yard rushers in 2016? Quarterback Greg Ward ran for 1,114 yards and 21 touchdowns in 2015 and Catalon, a Texas transfer, seems a good bet to join him in the 1,000 yard club.

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  • USC's dominant run at No. 1, SEC's rise define 2000s

    The Southern California teams of the mid-2000s were one of the greatest college football dynasties ever seen. In the 80-year history of The Associated Press college football poll, no team has had a longer uninterrupted run at No. 1 than coach Pete Carroll's Trojans. USC set a record by going 33…

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