With commitments from Stanley Garner and Jamari Brown, Kentucky is inching closer to its finished product that the school can market as the next big thing on National Signing Day.If, and here's a big if, they can keep all of these commitments on board
Former Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze and disassociated booster Lee Harris, who allegedly gave a recruit cash and free food at his Oxford, Miss., restaurant, called each other at least 200 times between January 2015 and the end of Freeze’s tenure last month, according to records reviewed by USA TODAY Sports. The phone calls included the period in which Harris became a part of the NCAA’s investigation into Ole Miss and continued before and after his interview with the NCAA on Nov. 16, 2016, in which he provided information that was determined to be false. Freeze was not named or deemed culpable in the specific NCAA allegation related to Harris, and it is not publicly known what the two men discussed in the calls.
North Carolina State has apologized to North Carolina for a "disrespectful" tweet sent out by the Wolfpack's mascot, Mr. Wuf, which took a swipe at the Tar Heels' academic scandal. The since-deleted tweet from @MrWuf_NCSU — the official account of N.C. State's No. 1 fan — featured a picture of Mr. Wuf in a beach chair under a rainbow umbrella on a sand volleyball court. It was accompanied by text with a frog and cup emoji that read, "Me minding my business and enjoying life knowing our coaches aren’t facing NCAA allegations and the students are attending class." The tweet received 150 likes from Wolfpack fans despite being up for only two hours. N.C. State senior associate AD for communications