Aug. 31 News: Miami Loses Running Back Gus Edwards

Miami opens a critical season for head coach Al Golden with six pivotal games out of its first eight, and no Gus Edwards at running back. Gus Edwards, one of the candidates to replace star Duke Johnson as Miami’s No. 1 back, sustained a season-ending foot injury per Christy Cabrera Chirinos of the Sun Sentinel. […]


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. 17 News: Ricky Town Transferring from USC

Freshman quarterback Ricky Town is transferring from USC, an abrupt yet not necessarily surprising decision. Heisman contending redshirt senior Cody Kessler is obviously entrenched as the starter, with redshirt sophomore Max Browne positioning himself to take over in 2016. Though Ricky Town had the advantage of joining the Trojans in the spring, fellow 2015 signee […]


July 28 News: American Sports Network Outpaces FS1

The Group of Five conferences may a surprisingly sizable ally in their efforts to compete with the Power Five’s television reach. Harry Minium of The Virginian-Pilot offers details of the quiet distribution giant American Sports Network, Sinclair Broadcasting’s sports brand. American Sports Network is entering just its second season, yet reaches more homes than Fox […]


Arrogance Is Preventing the 9-Game SEC Schedule

Outspoken Bret Bielema isn’t afraid to share his opinions, no matter how factually flawed his stance might be. The Arkansas head coach’s latest target, when asked at Tuesday’s media session of the SEC meetings in Destin, Florida, was a 9-game SEC schedule. Bielema on folks pushing for nine conference games: “I invite you to play […]

Leah Still Touchdown

Spring Game Roundup: Leah Still Stars at Temple

In the last full Saturday of college football until September, the undisputed star was Leah Still. Leah, daughter of former Penn State and current Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still, became a national inspiration last year as Devon kept the nation apprised of her fight through social media. Saturday, she was an inspiration to the […]


College Football News April 24: UAB Football Economics

It’s becoming increasingly clear with each new revelation that those in power who forced the closure of UAB football had not interest in saving UAB football; facts be damned. The latest refuting university president Ray Watts and company is the release of a booster study Thursday that finds UAB football is actually profitable. Kevin Scarbinsky […]