6:17 PM EDT, Mon September 22, 2014

QB recruit Jake Browning signs financial aid agreement with Huskies

Jake Browning, a 4-star quarterback recruit from Folsom, California, tweeted 11 days ago that he signed financial-aid paperwork with the University of Washington, the first step in the process of enrolling in January and participating in spring practices. On Monday, Huskies coach Chris Petersen confirmed that Browning signed paperwork, which allows the Huskies to comment publicly about him. “Really liked him from the start,” Petersen said, “and I think a lot of people really liked him.” Players cannot sign binding national letters of intent until February, but a recruitable athlete...
Birmingham News 19 mins ago

Hoover council approves contract for Alabama baseball to play 2015 season at Hoover Met

Alabama's home stadium -- Sewell-Thomas Stadium, is undergoing a $35 million renovation.

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Seattle Times 3 mins ago

UW's Chris Petersen on Stanford's defense, John Ross' injury, Cyler Miles' passing and more

Chris Petersen met with the media after practice Monday afternoon for his weekly press conference. A few news items:
Times-Picayune 13 mins ago

Who's next for LSU? New Mexico State visits Tiger Stadium

Here is an early preview of the positions and players for the Aggies before the game.

Quoting Chris Petersen after his Monday press conference

We passed along a few pertinent items earlier, but here’s the rest of what Huskies coach Chris Petersen said today during his weekly Monday press conference. (How much of an advantage was Stanford’s bye last week?) “There can be some advantages in terms of getting healed up. It can go both ways. Sometimes you complain about getting out of your rhythm, those type of things. I don’t know. It’s hard for me to answer. … They only played a couple games. I think they were fairly healthy. If you have some guys beat … Read more »
Belleville News Democrat 17 mins ago

Indiana looks to keep momentum after Mizzou upset

Indiana has knocked on the door of big wins in the Kevin Wilson era before. This time, the Hoosiers finally did something with it.
Times-Picayune 21 mins ago

LSU punter Jamie Keehn is still learning after the Mississippi St. game

Punter Jamie Keehn had a successful night in LSU's 34-29 loss to Mississippi State Saturday, averaging more than 50 yards on eight punts.

Texas Tech quotable: Kliff Kingsbury mum on Wallerstedt resignation, says Red Raiders have ‘a chance to start over’

Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury walks the sidelines during game action against the Arkansas Razorbacks on September 13, 2014 at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock, Texas. Arkansas defeated Texas Tech 49-28. (Photo by John Weast/)
Sun Herald 30 mins ago

2-2 Southern Miss looks for more consistency

HATTIESBURG -- Southern Miss evened its football record last weekend at 2-2 -- the most wins in the past three seasons -- but Golden Eagles coach Todd Monken knows there…
Birmingham News 31 mins ago

Is Lane Kiffin making a case to succeed Nick Saban at Alabama someday?

Kiffin's off to a record-setting start in T-town as college football moves full speed ahead into an era where offense can sell tickets and win championships.

Auburn's 'a lot better than they were a year ago,' Louisiana Tech's Skip Holtz says

Louisiana Tech has already faced the No. 4 team in the nation in Oklahoma, and on Saturday, Skip Holtz's troops have to travel on the road to take on the defending SEC champions in Jordan-Hare.

Run defense a priority as 'Canes begin preparing for Duke

After the Hurricanes struggled against the run in their loss to Nebraska this past Saturday, Miami coach Al Golden says his team—especially his defense—has to move forward quickly, especially with Duke and its run-heavy offense coming to Sun Life Stadium on Saturday night.

Return of the Wildcat? Nick Saban less-than-enthused to discuss Alabama offense's wrinkle

Watch video of Nick Saban as he got a few laughs downplaying the impact of the Wildcat runs in the Florida win.
Plain Dealer 41 mins ago

Urban Meyer on Noah Spence: 'To throw him to the street, I didn't feel that was appropriate'

"I'm doing the best -- not I -- Ohio State University, it's an institution based on educating people so we're doing our very best to (help). What the future holds for Noah, I have no idea. But to throw him to the street, I didn't feel like that was appropriate just yet."
Deseret Morning News 42 mins ago
Former BYU tight end Dennis Pitta's season is over following surgery on hip (updated)

Former BYU tight end Dennis Pitta's season is over following surgery on hip (updated)

The Baltimore Ravens confirmed Monday that tight end Dennis Pitta had surgery on his right hip and is out for the season.

NCAA Player News

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    Victor Bolden

    Oregon State football: Who will fill in for injured Victor Bolden; more from Beavers practice (video)

  • 3 Jameis Winston

    Jameis Winston

    FSU coach Jimbo Fisher: We're No. 1 until somebody beats us

  • 3 Devon Allen

    Devon Allen

    Devon Allen continues torrid pace with 5 touchdown grabs 4 games into Oregon Ducks season

  • 2 Xavier Hawkins

    Xavier Hawkins

  • 2 Nick Ruffin

    Nick Ruffin

    Freshman Nick Ruffin carves out role in Auburn's secondary at safety

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