February 24, 2011 - 9:14 AM
---General Manager Buddy Nix and the rest of the Buffalo Bills' scouts and coaches get their first up close look at the prospects in the 2011 NFL draft starting today in Indianapolis where QBs like Cam Newton, pictured left, and defensive linemen are the talk of the town.
---USC AD Pat Haden says Lane Kiffin has his support in face of allegations the football coach 'failed to promote an atmosphere of compliance' at Tennessee.
---Former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr says new Wolverines coach Brady Hoke knows what he's doing.
---It's official: Former Super Bowl MVP Doug Williams returns to Grambling.
February 23, 2011 - 9:08 AM
---Colleges have come to rely on wealthy donors to fund its athletic programs.
---Q&A with Cam Newton.
---The National Football Post examines all of the top QB prospects headed to the Combine while Bodog.com has a list of bets for the Combine. Here's a look at the top 64 prospects for the NFL Draft.
---Early 900 athletes tested this past weekend at the Nike SPARQ combine, including some outstanding prospects that have already emerged on BCS schools' radars.
February 11, 2011 - 8:30 AM
---Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton, pictured left, gave the media a glimpse of the workouts he's going through daily as he prepares for the NFL combine and draft.
---It's no longer a question of if youth football will mirror youth basketball. It's a question of when.
---Maryland and former Miami coach Randy Shannon drew close to an agreement that would make Shannon the football program's defensive coordinator.
---Emory Bellard was a head football coach at Texas A&M and Mississippi State, but he's remembered most for the revolutionary offense he created while he was an assistant at Texas.
---Central Florida is already battling the Big East on the recruiting front.
---Matt Canada returns to Northern Illinois.
January 25, 2011 - 9:13 AM
---Here are seven things you need to know about recruiting.
---Limiting teams to 28 signees from Feb. 2-May 31 won't eliminate practice of oversigning.
---CollegeFootballNews.com analyzes the new head coaching hires.
---While the coaching carousel appears to have stopped this offseason after 21 new coaches were hired, the coordinator carousel still is spinning.
---Chuck Landon writes that Central Florida isn't a lock for the Big East.
---Q&A with NCAA president Mark Emmert.
---Are Utah State and San Jose State headed for the Mountain West.
---T.J. Simers writes UCLA's extended period of football mediocrity shows no sign of ending.
---Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton is working with QBs coach George Whitfield Jr. leading up to the NFL combine.
---Herschel Walker believes he can play in the NFL, but he won't.
January 14, 2011 - 8:21 AM
---Cam Newton, pictured left, is taking his record-breaking college career to the NFL.
---Former Syracuse coach Paul Pasqualoni returns home to UConn.
---Stanford's David Shaw lands his dream job.
---Brady Hoke's family always knew he'd coach at Michigan. Meanwhile, Hoke says he'll be flexable with the offense while Tim Sulivan writes that San Diego State fans shouldn't turn on Hoke for taking the Michigan job.
---Here's another early preseason Top 25.
---In his first major address as president of the NCAA, Mark Emmert deflected criticisms that the sports governing body mishandled a recent rash of high-profile pay-for-play cases in football.
---Mike Bianchi writes how George O'Leary was a better pick for Central Florida than Gene Chizik.
January 13, 2011 - 1:49 PM
---UB Bull Run is reporting that Florida DT Patrick Williams has de-commited once again from UB and will sign with FCS Villanova. He made the announcement on his Facebook page. So since June, Williams has given the Bulls a verbal commitment, de-commited from UB, reaffirmed his commitment and once again de-commited and verballed to another school. Here's a safe bet: We won't know anything for sure until National Signing Day on Feb. 2.
---This mock draft has Auburn's Nick Fairley going to the Bills.
---Pre-Snap Read lists games to watch next September.
January 13, 2011 - 8:48 AM
---Top 25 talk may not look so prescient come September, but it should help kick off the discussion for the 2011 season.
---San Diego State's AD isn't happy with Brady Hoke.
---The recent NCAA cases at Auburn and Ohio State will not affect USC's upcoming appeal with the NCAA, Trojans athletic director Pat Haden said.
---Is Norm Chow headed to Utah?
---Cam Newton could use another year in college.
January 7, 2011 - 9:03 AM
---Looking for a coach in January, just weeks from Signing Day, complicates matters a bit at Michigan, but AD Dave Brandon, pictured above, is counting on the job being desirable. Bob Wojnowski writes Brandon faces a tough decision, while Mitch Albom writes that Brandon needs to fix the mess at Michigan. But money won't be an issue for the new coaching staff. Rich Rodriguez was a poor fit for Michigan but Bill Martin, the man who hired him, isn't second guessing his decision although it could be argued the demise of the Michigan football dynasty didn't begin with the Rich Rod Era.
---Miami (Ohio) put the finishing touches on a worst-to-first season, pulling away to beat Middle Tennessee in the GoDaddy.com Bowl.
---Andrew Luck tends to make good decisions.
---Jim Harbaugh, a one-man coaching carousel, left the football world spinning, while Miami humiliates Tony Sparano with its flirtation of Harbaugh.
---Has Pitt decided on its next coach?
January 6, 2011 - 2:51 PM
---Stanford QB Andrew Luck will return for his junior season and skip the 2011 NFL Draft, the school announced on Thursday. Luck was considered the consensus No. 1 pick if he decided to leave school after his sophomore season. He led the Cardinal to a 12-1 record this season, capped off by a 40-12 win over Virginia Tech in the Discover Orange Bowl.
January 4, 2011 - 8:00 AM
---If it was the final game for Jim Harbaugh and Andrew Luck at Stanford, their fans can cherish the image of them happily lobbing oranges to the other players from the victory podium. Still, questions remain for Harbaugh and Luck, who is pictured right.
---Is San Diego State coach Brady Hoke in the mix at Michigan.
---Maryland supporters seem to be willing to give new football coach, Randy Edsall a chance. But Mike Leach, believed to be the frontrunner for the Terps job, felt optimistic following his second interview fand that he can't guess why the school did not hire him. Tracee Hamilton says Edsall's hire has a whiff of desparation.
---Gill, Self quick to praise their new boss at Kansas.
---Former Pitt coach Michael Haywood pleaded not guilty to a domestic violence charge stemming from an argument that began, Haywood told police, when he was locked out of his house.
---The last six months have underscored a key NCAA commandment: College athletes are not to be paid, not to cash in on their prominence, never to cross any kind of line of professionalism.
---ESPN has benched yet another host for his remarks to a female colleague.
---There are six QBs at the Under Armour All-America Game—and three of them could be starting for their respective schools in nine months.