• Mond, Hubenak or Starkel? Breaking down Texas A&M's quarterback race
    SportsDay

    Mond, Hubenak or Starkel? Breaking down Texas A&M's quarterback race

    The countdown is officially on for Texas A&M to name its starting quarterback. Throughout the offseason, A&M coach Kevin Sumlin said he planned on naming a starter a couple of weeks before the season opener against UCLA on Sept. 3. With 13 days remaining until the two teams square off at the Rose Bowl, the Aggies are still mulling their quarterback options. "Somebody will run out there against UCLA," Sumlin told reporters on Saturday, confirming reports the Aggies are still planning on using a quarterback this season. There are three candidates to be the No. 1 QB -- senior Jake Hubenak, redshirt freshman Nick Starkel, true freshman Kellen Mond. Here's why each guy is up for the top spot. Jake

  • LSU has found its new tiger mascot, and he's very cute (Updated)
    Dr. Saturday

    LSU has found its new tiger mascot, and he's very cute (Updated)

    It’s official: Harvey is now Mike VII. LSU announced Monday morning, the first day of fall semester, that the 11-month-old Siberian-Bengal male tiger that arrived on campus last week “officially began his reign” as LSU’s new mascot.

  • WSU Cougars get commitment from California WR Patrick Nunn
    The Seattle Times

    WSU Cougars get commitment from California WR Patrick Nunn

    Washington State has had a penchant for stock piling tall, rangy receivers in the last couple years. And at appears that the 2018 recruiting cycle will continue in that trend. On Sunday, Patrick Nunn, a 6-foot-3, 206-pound receiver from Juniperro Serra (San Mateo, Calif.) High committed to the Cougars. Nunn is listed by Scout.com as an athlete. He played receiver and — surprisingly — defensive end at Juniperro Serra, but is ranked a three-star receiver by Scout.com Nunn committed to WSU over an offer list that included Nevada, Fresno State, Hawaii, Wyoming and UNLV. He announced his commitment to WSU via Twitter, thanking his mother and his coaches for helping support and guide him through the