Miami Self-Imposes Bowl Ban
The University of Miami will self-impose a bowl ban for this season, a response to the NCAA allegations surrounding the football program.
The Hurricanes became bowl-eligible on Saturday with a win over South Florida.  The 'Canes, 6-5, will close their season this week against Boston College…
NCAA Panel Approves Big Changes
The NCAA Division I Board of Directors approved a package of sweeping reforms earlier today. Conferences now have the option of adding more money ($2000 a school year) to scholarship offers and offering multi-year scholarships, among several other major changes.
PAC-12 Courting Texas And Oklahoma
Various media outlets reported over the weekend that the PAC-12 was working out details to add Texas, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma State to their conference. Today,'s Joe Schad is reporting that PAC-12 officials are actively courting both Texas and Oklahoma, as well as sorting th…
Russell Shepard Will Return In Week 4
LSU wide receiver Russell Shepard was ruled ineligible by the NCAA a few weeks before the season started for breaking an NCAA rule that bars discussing ongoing investigations with teammates. Shepard and the Tigers have been awaiting to hear when the NCAA would cap his punishment, making him eligible…
Week 1 College Football Predictions
There are 78 college football games involving Division I teams in Week 1 of the season. Beginning tonight, and ending late Monday, college football fans that have been jonesing for action on the gridiron will get their fix. Check out an entire list of predictions and analysis for each game.
Is LSU vs. Oregon The “Will Lyles Bowl?”
One of the biggest college football games of the 2011 season will take place this Saturday in Arlington, as the 3rd ranked Oregon Ducks take on the 4th ranked LSU Tigers. One man who will not be in attendance but certainly will be discussed is infamous college scout Will Lyles.
Eight Suspensions for Miami
The good news for the University of Miami players implicated in the Nevin Shapiro scandal rocking college football is they will get to play more football.
The bad news is, not right away.
Of the twelve Miami players implicated, eight have been suspended by the NCAA from anywhere from 1-6 games...

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