• Ex-Ohio State football players Amir Riep and Jahsen Wint have been acquitted of rape and kidnapped charges

    Eleven Warriors "Former Ohio State football players Amir Riep and Jahsen Wint have been acquitted of rape and kidnapped charges. The two former Ohio State defensive backs were found not guilty of all charges by a Franklin County jury on Thursday, nearly three years after they were arrested following..." February 10

  • Notre Dame OC candidate Collin Klein opts to return to Kansas State

    Clutch Points "Notre Dame is in need of a new offensive coordinator after watching Tommy Rees bolt for Alabama. The Fighting Irish will need to keep looking after one of their top candidates bowed out of the Notre Dame OC race. Kansas State’s Collin Klein has decided to..." February 10

  • The Best Former College Football Stars Playing in the 2023 Super Bowl

    Bleacher Report "Super Bowl LVII between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles will kick off on Sunday evening from State Farm Stadium in Phoenix, Ariz. On both teams, there are numerous players who used to be college football stars before making a name for themselves in the..." February 10

  • Texas, Oklahoma are SEC-bound in 2024. How will they stack up in football?

    The Athletic "The divorce is final. In 19 months, Oklahoma and Texas will officially play football as SEC members. The 2023 football season will be their last in the Big 12 after the schools, the conference and its television partners reached an agreement Thursday to..." February 10

  • Brian Kelly shockingly reconciles with wife after children call out divorce reports

    Clutch Points "LSU head football coach Brian Kelly filed for divorce from his wife of 28 years in a Baton Rouge, LA court this week, but the two have reportedly reconciled and are actively trying to have the case withdrawn from the courts, according to WBRZ News. The..." February 10

  • Texas, Oklahoma leaving Big 12 early, joining SEC in 2024 season after reaching exit agreement

    CBS Sports "Texas and Oklahoma have reached an early exit agreement with the Big 12 that will see the powers depart for the SEC following the 2023-24 athletic season. The Big 12 and both programs announced Thursday night that the Longhorns and Sooners will pay early withdrawal fees of a..." February 10

  • Charlie Strong leaves Miami after getting snubbed for DC

    Sportsnaut "Former three-time head coach Charlie Strong is leaving Miami after just one season after being passed over for defensive coordinator. Strong, 62, who was co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach for the Hurricanes in 2022, told ESPN on Thursday he would not return in..." February 09

  • The Alabama Dynasty is at a Crossroads

    Bleacher Report "The dynasty isn't dead. Let's rid ourselves of the suspense right now. Mighty Alabama is still mighty Alabama. Sure, it's been a couple of years since the Crimson Tide have won a title. But Nick Saban, fresh off securing one of the greatest recruiting classes college..." February 09

  • Matt Rhule and Nebraska staff stir up goodwill missing for too long

    The Athletic "Ed Foley lives for simple things. He craves good barbecue, preferably in a setting that allows him to share and sample the food of tablemates. He prioritizes a parking spot as close to the front door as possible. And he believes in the importance of his old-fashioned pen and..." February 09

  • College Football Teams With the Most Turnaround Potential in 2023

    Bleacher Report "The 2023 college football season wasn't kind to some teams. Long-standing powers such as Oklahoma and Miami were blasted back to reality during subpar campaigns. Proud programs Auburn and Nebraska found themselves picking up the pieces after failed coaching..." February 08

  • Florida State extends Mike Norvell, making him among highest paid in ACC

    CBS Sports "Coming off a breakout 10-3 effort with plenty of offseason attention as the calendar looks ahead to the 2023 campaign, Florida State has rewarded coach Mike Norvell with a contract extension that makes him among the highest-paid coaches in the ACC. Under the terms of the new deal,..." February 08

  • Has the transfer portal killed junior college recruiting? ‘Someone had taken my scholarship’

    The Athletic "Major Williams seemed on the verge of returning to the Power 5 ranks after a successful spring 2021 season at Iowa Central Community College. The cornerback from Florida originally signed with Virginia as a three-star prospect in the Class of 2019. And, after a detour to..." February 08

  • College Football's 13 Hardest Schedules for 2023 Contenders

    Bleacher Report "Making it into the College Football Playoff isn't the easiest task. Programs most likely have to win the conference or at least play in the championship game, have no more than two losses and play a challenging schedule. As we look ahead to the 2023 college football season,..." February 08

  • Pac-12 expansion with San Diego State, SMU may be necessary before league inks new media rights deal

    CBS Sports "The Pac-12 may need to commit to conference expansion first before achieving its compensation target in a new media rights deal, sources with knowledge of the situation tell CBS Sports. In an effort to return to 12 members following the departures of USC and UCLA, the Pac-12 has focused its..." February 08

  • Iowa’s contract incentive for Brian Ferentz is a smart move. That’s why it’s embarrassing

    The Athletic "You almost have to credit Iowa for leaning into the jokes. Finally some self-awareness. When you think of Iowa football, what do you picture? You think of an elite defense and an offense that ranges from bad to abominable. The 2022 Hawkeyes had six defensive touchdowns and..." February 08

  • What will Tommy Rees bring to Nick Saban, Alabama football from Notre Dame?

    The Athletic "Tommy Rees had been virtually everything at Notre Dame, a starter and backup, a solution and problem, credited for quarterback development and questioned for why he couldn’t land better material. There were game plans that hit so well they turned heads nationally, including in..." February 07

  • Why Texas football's Arch Manning will start before Tennessee's Nico Iamaleava

    USA Today "The top quarterback recruit in the 2023 class is either Tennessee’s Nico Iamaleava or Texas’ Arch Manning, depending on your ranking service of choice. On3 ranked Iamaleava as its No. 1 overall prospect, while Manning held that spot with 247Sports. No matter..." February 07

  • Miami tabs Lance Guidry to replace Kevin Steele as new defensive coordinator

    The Athletic "Lance Guidry, the former head coach at McNeese and defensive coordinator at Marshall each of the last two seasons, is expected to be hired as Miami’s new defensive coordinator, multiple sources close to the search confirmed to The Athletic’s Bruce Feldman. Here’s..." February 07

  • College Football Freshmen We're Most Intrigued to See in 2023 Spring Games

    Bleacher Report "National signing day is in the rearview mirror, and even though the February session gave us a few thrills, most of the proverbial hay was in the barn in December. A lot of those fresh faces are already enrolled at their schools of choice, navigating their way through the first few..." February 07

  • Why 5-star QB DJ Lagway is the perfect recruit at the perfect time for Florida

    The Athletic "There was a particular turning point in DJ Lagway’s recruitment. It came when the five-star quarterback from Willis, Texas, was attending Florida’s home game against Kentucky on Sept. 10. He and his father, Derek, were on the field pregame when they started to hear..." February 07

  • 12 of College Football's Fastest Players in 2023

    Bleacher Report "Turn on any college football game in 2023, and you'll likely see a player or two with elite speed. Because the Football Bowl Subdivision will have 133 programs and more than 11,000 scholarship players in 2023, it's impossible to know exactly which players are the fastest..." February 07

  • Pressure is on Mario Cristobal to make the right hires — and deliver on the field

    The Athletic "Holding on to coordinators for more than a couple of years doesn’t happen often anymore in college football. Replacing your offensive and defensive coordinator after Year 1, though, is less than ideal. Mario Cristobal is dealing with that at Miami after defensive..." February 07