2:49 AM EDT, Wed October 01, 2014

Oregon State Beavers offensive lineman Isaac Seumalo practicing patience during longer-than-expected recovery from broken foot

There's no timetable for when Seumalo, who had two offseason foot surgeries, expects to get back to practice, much less play in a game.

Thomas Tyner looking to turn a corner as Oregon Ducks prepare for Arizona

Tyner said he hasn't been running up to his standards.
Birmingham News 25 mins ago

5 key Alabama players Ole Miss wanted as recruits

Alabama and Ole Miss have gotten in some battles for top recruits over the years, especially since Hugh Freeze took over at Ole Miss after the 2011 season.
The Ledger 56 mins ago

Former UCF Assistant Coach Files Lawsuit Claiming Mistreatment by O'Leary

Former defensive coordinator Paul Ferraro filed the suit in Florida last week. The suit alleges O'Leary made derogatory remarks about Ferraro's Italian heritage, African-Americans and persons of Jewish descent.
The Ledger 1 hour ago

Same Page: Muschamp, Roper Agree on Driskell at QB For UF

Florida offensive coordinator Kurt Roper said Tuesday that he and head coach Will Muschamp are always on the same page and work great together.
Birmingham News 1 hour ago
Barrett Jones, Brad Smelley working again with St. Louis Rams

Barrett Jones, Brad Smelley working again with St. Louis Rams

Tight end Brad Smelley didn't stay away from the St. Louis Rams long. Guard/center Barrett Jones never left the Rams, but they're still eager for him to come back.

Pac-12 Power Rankings: Week 6

Big shakeup in the middle of this week’s Pac-12 Power Rankings. The voters are UCLA beat writer Ryan Kartje, college sports editor Todd Bailey and yours truly. The comments and opinions are mine. 1. OREGON (4-0, 1-0 PAC-12; PREVIOUS RANK: 1) I’ve...
Times-Picayune 1 hour ago

Now that Brandon Harris is in charge of the LSU offense, how much production does he need to provide?

He racked up 214 yards and had a hand in 5 TDs in a breakout performance last week.
Oklahoman 2 hours ago

Oklahoma State football: The tight end is alive and well in Stillwater

By John HelsleySTILLWATER — Only a mad scientist could work up the creative concoction needed to produce what Oklahoma State trots out at tight end. Equal part offensive lineman mixed with equal part wide receiver … voila! A 6-foot-5, 240-pound hybrid who can block and catch and run. The stuff of fantasy, right? Actually, that’s precisely the mix behind the evolution of Blake Jarwin. True story: Jarwin played offensive tackle as a high school senior at Tuttle, then walked on at OSU as a wide receiver, spending two years on the scout team while reforming his body under the guidance of...
Oakland Tribune 2 hours ago

Cal could face Title IX suit with field hockey now homeless

Women's field hockey team at Cal has no practice or game facility, as previous field is being converted to a practice field for football; field hockey now practices twice a week at Stanford
Badgers football: Joel Stave feels like he's back to normal

Badgers football: Joel Stave feels like he's back to normal

As far as Joel Stave is concerned, the issues that led to him being unable to complete even the most routine passes are in his rear-view mirror.
Topeka Capital-Journal 2 hours ago

Local scoreboard for Oct. 1

GOLF High school girls LAWERENCE INVITATIONAL Results Tuesday 1. Washburn Rural, 326; 2. Shawnee Mission East, 331; 3. Blue Valley West, 346; 4. Manhattan, 351; 5. Blue Valley, 353; 6. St. Thomas Aquinas, 356; 7. Blue Valley North, 363; 8. Blue Valley Northwest, 366; 9. Olathe Northwest, 367; 10. Blue Valley Southwest, 371. individual results read more
Herald-Dispatch 2 hours ago

Kambola perfect fit for MU basketball

HUNTINGTON -- J.P. Kambola is a big man with perimeter skills that might make him a perfect fit for new Marshall Thundering Herd mens basketball head coach Dan DAntonis style of play.
Herald-Dispatch 2 hours ago

Monarchs can be a royal pain

HUNTINGTON -- Marshall University football head coach Doc Holliday sang the praises of Old Dominion's offense Tuesday, saying it will be a challenge for the Thundering Herd to stop the Monarchs in three downs.
Herald-Dispatch 2 hours ago

Marshall's defense helps offense to be better

That is Marshall football coach Doc Holliday's motto, despite being the proud proprietor of a Herd offense that is averaging 45.5 points in four games.

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