Aug. 21 News: Tate Martell Picks Texas A&M

Chalk up another 5-star quarterback prospect for Kevin Sumlin, whose Texas A&M Aggies received a verbal commitment from Tate Martell Thursday. QB Tate Martell has committed to #TAMU … He breaks down the decision here: http://t.co/GI0wkZmhmO #Aggies #GigEm pic.twitter.com/lbJgwlQPf6 — Blair Angulo (@bangulo) August 21, 2015 Martell committed to Washington as an eighth grader, a […]


Aug. 20 News: Ricky Town Eyeing Arkansas?

USC transfer quarterback Ricky Town is not waiting long to scout potential destinations, per syndicated radio host Bo Mattingly. Recruiting Update: Multiple sources say USC QB transfer Ricky Town is on Arkansas campus for a visit and will be at practice tonight. — Bo Mattingly (@SportsTalkwBo) August 19, 2015 Should Town become a Razorback in […]


Aug. 7 News: Alabama RB Bo Scarbrough Suspended Four Games

Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough may be “ahead of schedule” with his injured knee, but the Crimson Tide won’t have the 5-star running back available until the fifth game of the season, AL.com’s Matt Zenitz reports. Per Zenitz, Nick Saban said following Alabama’s Thursday practice that Bo Scarbrough’s four-game suspension is NCAA-mandated, thus he must […]


Ohio State Leads CFBHuddle Preseason All-America Team

Your humble CFBHuddle.com publisher submitted his ballot for the Preseason All-America Team at Today’s U, and as one might expect, defending national championship Ohio State sets the pace. I have three Buckeyes nominated: defensive end Joey Bosa, late-season breakout star and College Football Playoff hero Ezekiel Elliott and offensive lineman Pat Elfein. Defensive tackle Adolphus […]


July 24 News: A Braxton Miller Roundup

Sports Illustrated‘s Pete Thamel reported Thursday night Ohio State’s Braxton Miller will make the move from quarterback to wide receiver. The transition was an oft-discussed rumor this offseason as it become more clear Miller would not transfer, but only now is there something substantial to support the idea. Well, somewhat substantial. Though Braxton Miller told […]


Phil Fulmer Returns to College Football…Sorta

Southern Conference media day marks an unofficial kickoff to the league’s 2015 campaign, a season in which Tennessee Volunteers legend and the first BCS championship-winning head coach, Phil Fulmer, makes his return to college football. Well, Phil Fulmer’s back in college football kinda-sorta. See, the coming season marks the relaunch of East Tennessee State’s football […]


No First Place Votes for Appalachian State in Sun Belt Poll

The Sun Belt Conference revealed its preseason poll Friday, and defending champion Georgia Southern edged perennial contender Louisiana-Lafayette for top billing. No surprise there, but the lack of first-place votes for Appalachian State? Here it is! The 2015 @SunBelt football preseason poll. #FunBelt pic.twitter.com/PPb7kpAk8i — Sun Belt Conference (@SunBelt) July 17, 2015 The Mountaineers are tabbed […]


College Football News July 7: Jimbo Fisher Dismisses De’Andre Johnson

Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher made what seemed like the only logical choice Monday, dismissing quarterback De’Andre Johnson after video of the talented freshman punching a woman surfaced. But given Oklahoma’s reinstatement of Joe Mixon, Johnson’s dismissal wasn’t necessarily a slam-dunk decision. Johnson’s attorney issued a non-apology apology Monday shortly after media outlets picked […]

Brandon Bridge Makes History, Again

Brandon Bridge played a strong 2014 season for the South Alabama Jaguars, throwing for 1,927 yards, 15 touchdowns and rushing for another 297 and four. Bridge also etched his own little piece of college football history, quarterbacking South Alabama to its first bowl game in program history. The Jaguars faced Bowling Green in the inaugural […]