College Football

LSU Great Tyrann Mathieu Praises New Tigers Coach Brian Kelly

Since defensive back Tyrann Mathieu returned to New Orleans after signing a three-year, $33 million deal with the Saints earlier this month, the Honey Badger has been busy reconnecting with his roots. One of the first stops he made in his home state was visiting Baton Rouge to observe the LSU football program and talk …

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Wisconsin assistant Bill Sheridan resigns amid NCAA investigation into Air Force claims

Wiscons inside linebackers coach Bill Sheridan, who is under NCAA investigation for alleged recruiting violations as an Air Force assistant coach, resigned from his position Friday. The Action Network reported earlier this week that Sheridan, assistant defensive line coach Del Cowsette, tight ends coach Jonathan Himebauch and an unknown assistant were under investigation over impermissible …

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NFL and college football have chances to work better together

Our friends at Ducks Wire are really excited about the 2022 NFL season, for a few obvious reasons. First, the New York Giants will play the Detroit Lions. You might see Kayvon Thibodeaux being blocked by Penei Sewell in that game. Two tremendous Oregon players will go against each other. Second, the Los Angeles Chargers …

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Matter: Sharp decision surprised Mizzou, but big men still on market | Mizzou Sports News

Here are the highlights from our weekly Mizzou chat with Post-Dispatch readers. Q: What big men are out there now for the Tigers? Was it more money for Jamarion Sharp at Western Kentucky? A: I don’t know of any specific targets the staff is after. st. Bonaventure’s Osun Osunniyi would be a great addition, but …

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College football transfer portal – Who added and lost the most value?

One year ago, the NCAA made the ground-breaking decision to allow all college athletes to transfer without having to sit out a season. Not too long after, another colossal moment in the sport occurred when student-athletes became allowed to profit off their name, image and likeness (NIL). Those two changes resulted in what is now, …

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Memphis to spend at least $150 million renovating Liberty Bowl

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The city of Memphis and the University of Memphis will be spending at least $150 million to renovate the home of the annual Liberty Bowl before the 2025 season. The renovation announced Thursday could reach $200 million for the Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium. Memphis studied options of renovating the current stadium or …

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Nick Saban denies Alabama football violated NCAA rules in recruiting ex-Louisville Cardinals WR Tyler Harrell

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Alabama football coach Nick Saban on Wednesday denied the implication that anyone from his team violated NCAA rules by recruiting former Louisville receiver Tyler Harrell before he entered the transfer portal in April. Speaking to reporters at a golf event, Saban said, “We don’t tamper with anybody.” But that’s what Louisville coach …

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ACC gains ground on remaking football scheduling model, possibly as early as 2023

AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. — Momentum is moving within the ACC to remake its football scheduling model, perhaps even as early as 2023. The most likely scenario is the 3-5 model, which would give each school three annual opponents while cycling in five new opponents per year. “The scheduling model was discussed,” Miami athletic director Dan …

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