5:21 PM EST, Thu December 18, 2014
Columbus Dispatch 38 mins ago

Ohio State football: Bowl prep very different this year, Meyer says

Bowl games are work for college players and coaches, but there’s always time for a little fun. Don’t confuse Ohio State preparing for the Sugar Bowl this season with, say, it’s prep for the Orange Bowl a year ago, though, Urban Meyer said. Sugar Bowl is the subtitle of the upcoming game with No.1 Alabama on Jan.1 in New Orleans. The marquee is headed by College Football Playoff semifinal.
Double-T Nation 1 hour ago

Quick Reaction: Texas Tech grabs 3-star WR Tony Brown

Tony Brown decided on Thursday to pick Texas Tech over Colorado to become the 13th commitment and 4th Wide Receiver in the 2015 class. Here is your reaction thread Tony Brown decided  to end his recruitment on twitter  and commit to  the Texas Tech Red Raiders on Thursday over Colorado. Brown becomes the 13th commit of the 2015 class and 4th Wide Receiver. Here is my review of Tony Brown from back in September: Tony Brown - Wide Receiver (La Mirada HS, La Mirada, CA) Height Weight 40 time Shuttle Vertical Power Throw SPARQ 6'1" 180 lbs 4.41 4.25 35" 33.5' 78.96 Ratings: 82 by...
Boston Herald 1 hour ago
Steve Addazio agrees to contract extension with Boston College

Steve Addazio agrees to contract extension with Boston College

Boston College football coach Steve Addazion on Thursday told the Boston Herald he has agreed to a six-year contract extension.Addazio has led the Eagles to bowl games in his first two seasons at BC.He was the subject of speculation that another school, such as Michigan, may hire him away.Addazio said he was extremely excited to reach a deal to stay at BC long term. Its been a whirlwind, he said.
Seattle Times 6 hours ago

Huskies get commitment from three-star Wyoming athlete Tevis Bartlett

Tevis Bartlett, a 6-foot-4, 215-pound, three-star athlete from Cheyenne, Wy., made a verbal commitment Thursday morning to the Huskies, becoming UW's 21st known recruit for the Class of 2015.

Sources indicate Aranda is expected to remain with UW

Madison - Although Dave Aranda still has other job offers, it appears he will return to Wisconsin for his third season as defensive coordinator.One team source said after practice Thursday that Aranda will be back in 2015. Two other sources close to the program said that although a deal has not been finalized, new head coach Paul Chryst wants to retain Aranda.

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu's injury adds to list of banged up Oregon Ducks

A look at which Oregon players are hobbled as the Rose Bowl approaches.

Aggies OL coach won’t return in 2015 — or even take part in Liberty Bowl

COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin is on the search for yet another assistant, after A&M announced on Thursday that offensive line coach B.J. Anderson won’t be back next season, and won’t coach in the Liberty Bowl on Dec. 29 against West Virginia. No reason was offered for the exit of Anderson, who’s […]

Brewers trade minor-league catcher Shawn Zarraga to Dodgers

The Milwaukee Brewers traded minor-league catcher Shawn Zarraga to the Los Angeles Dodgers for utility man Matt Long and left-handed pitcher Jarret Martin on Friday, the team announced.

More NCAA Rumors & News

Birmingham News 2 mins ago

10 things you should never say to an Auburn fan

Check out the 10 things that will get under the skin of the Auburn family.
Birmingham News 4 mins ago

Florida State reminded of facing Auburn, Nick Marshall in prepping for Oregon, Marcus Mariota

It is a tempo the program hasn't seen since facing Gus Malzahn's "Auburn fast" offense.
Plain Dealer 10 mins ago

Cardale Jones? Cordale Jones? What is the Ohio State quarterback's real name? That answer is confusing

"I saw everyone was having a fit about that," Jones said, "like, 'Dang, what is his name?'"
Topeka Capital-Journal 18 mins ago

K-State's football players earn All-America honors

MANHATTAN — Postseason accolades continue to roll in for Kansas State football players with Tyler Lockett, center B.J. Finney and kicker Matthew McCrane on various All-America lists. Lockett's growing resume now includes first team all-purpose player by Sports Illustrated, ESPN.com, CBSSports.com and FoxSports.com; first team punt returner by the Football Writers Association of America and Athlon; and second team wide receiver by Athlon, USA Today and CBSSports.com read more
Birmingham News 39 mins ago

Ohio State will try to mimic Auburn's results in Sugar Bowl matchup with Alabama

Tigers racked up 630 yards on Tide using up-tempo, spread offense similar to Ohio State's scheme
Idaho Statesman 48 mins ago

Fiesta Bowl executive director says ticket controversy could have been avoided

Fiesta Bowl Executive Director Mike Nealy said Thursday that a miscommunication between the bowl and teams led to the ticket-price controversy on Boise State’s remaining tickets.

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