• Tuscaloosa realtor uses Les Miles' firing for ingenious billboard

    Les Miles may be moving from Baton Rouge after his firing (Getty). A realtor in Tuscaloosa, the home of the University of Alabama, is already having fun with LSU’s firing of Les Miles. Take a look at this billboard that’s already posted two days after Miles was removed as the Tigers’ head coach.

    Dr. Saturday
  • Why Urban Meyer doesn't want an early signing period for college football

    Danny Clark committed to play football at Ohio State in December 2013, when he was a high school freshman from Akron. “I truly felt I was born to play for the Buckeyes,” Clark said in a statement on Tuesday. Maybe it was Ohio State recruiting higher-touted quarterback prospects over him.

    Dan Wetzel
  • Huskers' Rose-Ivey: Racist posts show protest is needed

    A Nebraska football player who took a knee during the national anthem before the game at Northwestern on Saturday night said he and his family have received racially charged criticism on social media, and said the responses show why the protest is necessary. Senior linebacker Michael Rose-Ivey read…

    The Associated Press
  • LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron teases offensive changes

    There’s no guarantee that LSU’s offense will immediately become explosive after the departure of coach Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron. Orgeron, speaking to the media for the first time since he was named interim coach after Miles was fired on Sunday, made it clear that LSU would be…

    Dr. Saturday
  • OSU's T. Boone Pickens says OU president David Boren should retire

    Founder & Chairman, BP Capital Management T. Boone Pickens speaks at the 2016 Concordia Summit. Oklahoma State donor T. Boone Pickens, whose name is on the Cowboys’ stadium, has started the Bedlam rivalry a little early this year with some choice words for Oklahoma president David Boren. Pickens…

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  • Play

    Cause of Death Released for Ohio High School Football Player

    The Ohio high school football player who died Sunday after being injured during a game died of peritonitis due to a laceration of the small bowel which was caused by blunt impact to the abdomen.

    Tribune
  • Unsettled 17th-ranked Spartans hunting rebound at Indiana

    Although starting quarterback Tyler O'Connor was yanked after throwing three interceptions in a 30-6 home loss at Wisconsin last week, Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio denies the Spartans have a quarterback controversy as Big Ten play continues at Indiana on Saturday night. O'Connor, who led the…

    The Associated Press
  • Autopsy: Death of Wildcats senior lineman ruled accidental

    TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- Arizona offensive lineman Zach Hemmila's death has been ruled accidental and a result of the combination of two prescription drugs.

    The Associated Press
  • No. 12 Florida State seeking consistency on defense

    No. 12 Florida State has had dominating stretches of defense in wins over No. 16 Mississippi and South Florida. Florida State (3-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) has allowed 30 or more points in three games after being the only team in the country last season to not allow 25 or more in a…

    The Associated Press
  • Southern California looking for consistency on offense

    When Southern California needed a big play on offense last season, wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster or running back Ronald Jones usually stepped up. With the offense searching for consistency, the pressure is on Smith-Schuster and Jones once again. A quarterback change helped Smith-Schuster get…

    The Associated Press
  • Manning promotes China's new American Football league

    Former Denver Bronco and Indianapolis Colt quarterback Peyton Manning helped promote American football in China on Wednesday, meeting young aspiring players ahead of the launch of the country's new league. Manning, who retired after steering the Broncos to Super Bowl victory in February, is…

    Reuters
  • No. 11 Volunteers head to Georgia for first road game

    After winning three home games and one at a neutral site in nearby Bristol, the No. 11 Tennessee Volunteers go on the road for the first time this season to start off October. The Volunteers visit Georgia to take on the No. 25 Bulldogs at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday (ESPN) at Sanford Stadium in…

    The Associated Press
  • No. 21 Horned Frogs host struggling Sooners

    The popular refrain is that Oklahoma has nothing to play for after losing two of its first three games. Stoops feels winning the Big 12 title would rate as a big accomplishment and Oklahoma begins its hunt for the conference crown when it visits No. 21 TCU on Saturday (5 p.m. ET, FOX) at Fort…

    The Associated Press
  • Notre Dame's Kelly promising to be more fiery on sideline

    Coach Brian Kelly is promising more of just about everything against Syracuse on Saturday, including him being more fiery on the sideline, as he tries to get exhort his team to play better. Kelly, who fired defensive coordinator defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder following a shocking 38-35 loss…

    The Associated Press
  • Geogia Tech poses road test for No. 14 Miami

    After three comfortable, double-digit victories, things begin to get serious for Miami as the calendar turns to October. The 14th-ranked Hurricanes start the month by playing Georgia Tech Saturday in their ACC opener. Both teams will have had extra rest when they meet with the Hurricanes (3-0)…

    The Associated Press
  • South Carolina, coach Muschamp struggling to find offense

    Will Muschamp's early offensive struggles at South Carolina might look familiar to SEC fans. Two years after Muschamp's tenure as Florida coach ended due to poor offensive performance, his South Carolina attack sits last in the Southeastern Conference and 124th out of 128 Football Bowl Subdivision…

    The Associated Press
  • Freshman DE Devers out for Minnesota at Penn State

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Minnesota freshman defensive end Tai'yon Devers will miss the game at Penn State because of a left ankle injury.

    The Associated Press