Archive for the ‘College Football’ Category

Indiana football player Antonio Allen is doing just great

Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

Indiana University's football team is typically not a place you find overachievers, but starting safety Antonio Allen has certainly shattered that perception. On Tuesday, Allen was arrested and faces multiple counts of possessing and dealing a staggering amount of drugs.

North Carolina charged with five Level I violations by NCAA

Friday, June 5th, 2015

The seemingly endless saga of North Carolina's academic fraud scandal continued on Thursday, as the school finally released a 59-page notice of allegations from the NCAA. The document levied five serious charges against the school, including a lack of institutional control for a lack of oversight of an academic department ...

North Carolina receives NCAA notice of allegations

Saturday, May 23rd, 2015

On Friday, the University of North Carolina acknowledged that it had received a notice of allegations from the NCAA related to the school's ongoing academic fraud scandal. UNC Chancellor Carol Folt and athletic director Bubba Cunningham claim the school is reviewing the notice and will release it publicly after certain ...

Florida State “negotiating” with Everett Golson

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher made a poor choice of words when answering questions related to the recruitment of Notre Dame graduate transfer Everett Golson on Tuesday. Fisher said, "We're negotiating, we're talking right now. We're going through things, staying in contact with him." OK, obviously that doesn't sound right, ...

USC AD Pat Haden to boycott NCAA meeting in Indiana

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

USC athletic director Pat Haden has become the first NCAA official to publicly boycott Indiana over its controversial "religious freedom" bill. Haden, a member of the College Football Playoff committee, will not attend this week's meeting in Indianapolis as a protest against the law. The NCAA's headquarters are are in ...

Emails show NCAA was out of control in USC case

Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

In June 2010, the NCAA hit USC's football program with the harshest sanctions since SMU received the death penalty in 1985. For years USC fans and administrators have contended that the NCAA was far too harsh in its punishment of the school's football program as a result of the Reggie ...

Oklahoma football players protest racist video

Monday, March 9th, 2015

There has been a ton of fallout in response to a racist video that surfaced over the weekend that shows Oklahoma University students chanting racist remarks. The video shows members of the OU chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon participating in the chants. Since its publication, Oklahoma has severed ties with ...

Eastern Washington QB transfers to replace Mariota at Oregon

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015

Every year, dozens of football players transfer from Division I-A (FBS) down to Division I-AA (FCS). Typically it's a matter of where they fit on the depth chart combined with the ability to play without sitting out a year. Joe Flacco serves as the best-known example, going from Pitt to ...