Baylor Receiver Zamora Suspended 3 Games For Beating DogBaylor sophomore receiver Ishmael Zamora has been suspended for the first three games of the season after a video surfaced of him beating his dog with a belt this summer.
Lovie Smith Feels The Buzz As Illini Approach OpenerThe new coach at Illinois, after nearly 20 years in the NFL, has been enjoying the unique environment this week with the season opener against Murray State on Saturday fast approaching.
Tennessee More 'Locked In' For App State Than Michigan WasTennessee defensive line coach Steve Stripling believes the ninth-ranked Volunteers are more locked in for its game against Appalachian State than Michigan was in 2007.
Ex-Western Michigan Football Players In Court On Armed Robbery ChargesBond was set Monday at $100,000 each for freshmen Ron George of Pittsburgh and Bryson White of Mason, Ohio.
Jim Harbaugh Comments On Colin Kaepernick's Decision To Sit During National AnthemFormer 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh was inevitably asked about his former quarterback's stance.
Ohio State Suspends Wide Receiver Torrance Gibson Ohio State's depth at wide receiver took a hit Monday when the university announced Monday that Torrance Gibson has been suspended from school for unspecified reasons.
Report: 2 Western Michigan Football Players Allegedly Rob Female Student At GunpointWestern Michigan coach PJ Fleck released a statement regarding the incident, saying that the two players have been suspended indefinitely.
Butt, Wormley Named Michigan Football CaptainsJim Harbaugh's players have chosen their 2016 captains.
College Head Coaches With NFL ExperienceThere are only two dozen current Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches with experience on an NFL staff of any kind.
Pick Six: Strong, Sumlin Entering 2016 On Coaching Hot SeatTo consider Les Miles on the dreaded hot seat at LSU entering this season suggests a lot about job security among college football coaches these days — especially those in the Southeastern Conference.
Clemson Football Coach Made Impermissible FaceTime CallClemson's athletic department reported 15 violations to the NCAA in the past year, including three by the defending Atlantic Coast Conference football champions.
South Carolina Reports 22 NCAA, SEC Infractions In Past YearThe time period is from August 2015 through July.