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Jim Delany confirms Big Ten's massive TV deal, adjustment to FCS scheduling policy
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 18:48:28 GMT)
Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany speaks at Big Ten NCAA college football Media Day in Chicago, Monday, July 24, 2017. It took a while, but the Big Ten’s television arrangements are finally official. At Big Ten Media Days Monday morning, commissioner Jim Delany confirmed — more than a year after it was first reported — that the conference has agreements in place with ESPN and Fox to continue to carry its games.

Under construction South Alabama football facility collapses (Photos)
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 16:19:33 GMT)
South Alabama hoped to open its new football practice facility later this year. The facility, which was still under construction, collapsed on Saturday. Athletic director Joel Erdmann, while saying no injuries occurred, showed the damage in a tweet.

Chad Morris, Derek Dooley among betting favorites to be next Ole Miss head coach
(Sun, 23 Jul 2017 16:46:28 GMT)
It did not take long for people to start talking about who the next head coach at Ole Miss will be following the Thursday night resignation of Hugh Freeze. And somehow, one of the betting favorites has quickly become former Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley. As noted by Rocky Top Talk, the Tennessee blog on SB Nation, the former Vols coach and current assistant with the Dallas Cowboys is listed as the second most-favored coach to take over at Ole Miss, listed at +500 according to BetOnline. SMU head coach Chad Morris is the current betting favorite on the betting website, with Morris listed at +300 to be the next coach of the Rebels. Other names on the board include former LSU head coach Les

Mississippi's Luke earns his dream job, but in a tough spot
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 21:23:57 GMT)
One of new Mississippi coach Matt Luke's vivid childhood memories is seeing his dad's Ole Miss helmet — No. 35 — hanging in the family's den. Then there were the years his family drove five hours each way between Gulfport, Mississippi, and Oxford to watch his older brother Tom play for the Rebels. A short time later, it was Matt's turn, and he was a mainstay on the Ole Miss offensive line from 1995-98. Now, at 40 years old, he's head coach of the Rebels. "I can truly tell you all today that this is my dream job," Luke said, occasionally getting emotional as he talked. "It's a job I've been preparing my whole life for. I feel more strongly than ever that I'm the right man to run this program."

Notre Dame football lands commitment from 2018 3-star RB Jahmir Smith
(Sun, 23 Jul 2017 21:59:00 GMT)
Notre Dame added its second running back from the Class of 2018 on Sunday when Jahmir Smith announced he had chosen to play for the Irish. Smith tweeted his decision in the afternoon, with a highlight video embedded beneath his message: “I gave my blood … sweat … tears … I’m Committed! #IrishBouND18 … #WeAreND.” Smith, a three-star prospect who ran for 2,130 yards and 40 touchdowns and had seven receiving scores for Lee County High in Sanford, N.C. last season, joins four-star recruit Markese Stepp as backfield pledges. Smith, 6-feet, 195 pounds, is rated as the 24th best running back in the country and 23rd best player in North Carolina, according to 247sports.com. He chose the Irish over offers

Huskies Snag A Texas Linebacker
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Chris Petersen got some good news today when Nick Bolton from Lonestar HS, TX committed to UW. He is a consensus 3 star recruit who chose UW over offers from Mississippi State, Utah, and Colorado. He is the 10th known commitment for the 2018 class. Here are his highlights: He was being recruited to play MLB and this is a huge pickup for the staff.

The potential for a backfield by committee at Oklahoma
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
As one of the new guys at C&C Machine, I figured there was no to break in than to talk about the situation at running back. Since Lincoln Riley took over the Oklahoma Sooners offense in 2015, we’ve seen primarily two backs carry the load of the running game, but with no definitive lead back coming into the fall we may see a change. While it hasn’t been a common thing at Oklahoma, it’s possible to see a very distributed load across three, four or even five running backs this upcoming season. Lately we’ve seen the potent combination of Joe Mixon and Samaje Perine at running back. It was nothing new in Norman, but it made every handoff more exciting than the last. This offseason, we saw Bob Stoops

Sun Belt chief hails benefits of future 10-team structure
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 20:29:52 GMT)
Sun Belt Conference commissioner Karl Benson struck a celebratory tone Monday while discussing the impending departure of two of the league's 12 teams. Smaller will be better was the message from Benson, who left little doubt during the league's annual media day that his preference is for the Sun Belt to maintain the 10-team, two-division structure it will have in 2018. ''We are not actively looking or have any signals out there that we would entertain any new members,'' Benson said.

A big weekend continues as Mizzou lands Kam Scott
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
A big weekend for Mizzou football continues, they get another kid out of the great state of Texas to commit for the class of 2018. Kam Scott, a 3-star wide receiver from Manvel High School, committed to the Tigers on Sunday night. Kam shared on his twitter page how Dez Bryant is his favorite player, and after watching just a few plays in his commitment video, and his highlights, you see the big playmaker ability that his idol Dez has. Listed at 6-foot-3, 175 lbs., the kid is light but moves very smoothly and has big-time speed. Mizzou beat out Baylor, Louisville and Illinois to win over this kid. Kam is another good piece for a Mizzou recruiting class that has gotten some good talent from the

Football fans compete at the BTN Big 10K
(Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:32:39 GMT)
Grant Park looks more like a college football tailgate as the BTN Big 10K kicks off.

Five storylines to watch at Big Ten media days
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 12:00:35 GMT)
Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the Big Ten Joined ESPN.com in 2014 Graduate of the University of Notre Dame Follow on Twitter CHICAGO -- It's the Big Ten's turn at the mic. All 14 of the league's teams will be descending on the Windy City to fill up the last vestiges of the offseason with some hot air. Practice will return a week from Monday. Before then, there are plenty of questions to ask and topics to be discussed. What are some of the more prevalent storylines that are likely to dominate the conversation in Chicago this week? We're glad you asked ... 1. Ohio State is back with a vengeance. Urban Meyer has by and large stuck to the life-balance promises he made to his family when

Dabo Swinney says Deshaun Watson has intangibles of Joe Montana and Tom Brady
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 02:24:38 GMT)
The case of Deshaun Watson is a curious one. Based on his college production, he should have been a surefire No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft. He slayed Nick Saban and the dangerous Alabama defense on the biggest stage, leading Clemson to a national championship, and nearly did it two years in a row.  Watson did not fall that far, with the Texans giving up a future first-round pick to move up and grab him with the No. 12 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, but he dipped because no one has a consensus opinion on him. Some scouts and personnel men are concerned about his transition to the NFL from a spread attack, while others in and around football just believe he's one of those leaders that will get

Another one: 2018 WR Thornton commits to Florida
(Tue, 25 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
As of Sunday night, the Florida Gators had landed eight recruits in six days. Make that nine in seven with the Monday night commitment of Miami wide receiver Tyquan Thornton. Thornton is a three-star wideout from national power Booker T. Washington — famously the alma mater of Antonio Callaway and Treon Harris — and a rangy, projectable player at 6’3” and around 185 pounds. Thornton was previously committed to Baylor, and had been seen as likely to decide between Florida and Miami as recently as this weekend. But then Thornton came to Florida for Friday Night Lights, instead of staying in Miami for the Hurricanes’ Paradise recruiting weekend, and ... yeah, now he’s a Gator. Thornton is a three-star

Texas QB commit Roschon Johnson gives ‘Horns a leader in 2019 recruiting class
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
On Friday evening, Port Neches-Grove quarterback Roschon Johnson became the second pledge of the “Stars at Night” recruiting event for the Texas Longhorns when he dropped two simple words and a hashtag on Twitter: But while the low-key Johnson didn’t make a video or screenshot a long explanation of his decision, make no mistake — Johnson’s decision was a big moment for head coach Tom Herman and offensive coordinator Tim Beck to jumpstart the 2019 recruiting class. The 6’0.5, 192-pound Johnson isn’t just the first pledge for Herman and company in the upcoming cycle, he is an extremely important pledge, as quarterbacks invariably become the leader of every recruiting class. As a result, securing

Matt Luke Press Conference
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 08:00:00 GMT)
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Big Ten forecast for 2017: Good luck beating the Buckeyes
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 13:30:00 GMT)
Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin and Michigan all figure to start the year in the top 15 of most national polls. But who has the horsepower to win the conference?

RB Jahmir Smith makes Notre Dame’s 13th commitment, 2nd RB in class of 2018
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 10:00:23 GMT)
Irish offensive coordinator Chip Long’s history indicates he prefers to have multiple options at running back. This allows him to keep the backs fresh in an up-tempo offense as well as rotate their individual skill sets while still having a full array of offensive weapons. If Long continues that trend at Notre Dame for multiple seasons, he already has the comfort of knowing two more options should join his well-stocked stable in a year. Jahmir Smith (Lee County High School; Sanford, N.C.) announced his commitment to Notre Dame with a Sunday evening Twitter post. He joins the long-committed Markese Stepp (Cathedral H.S.; Indianapolis) to create a running back duo in the class of 2018. At 6-foot,

Where ‘Last Chance U’ stars from both seasons are for 2017
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 12:15:59 GMT)
JUCO football doc series Last Chance U is now back with a second season on Netflix. It's excellent again. Season 1 QB John Franklin III, formerly of Florida State, was long hyped as Auburn's next star JUCO QB. (You might've heard of Cam Newton.) Franklin threw 26 passes for the Tigers in 2016 and has moved to WR. QB Wyatt Roberts left to attend Mississippi State as a regular student. Dan Mullen invited him to walk on as a scout-teamer. In 2016, EMCC counselor and series star Brittany Wagner joined the two QBs at Auburn-MSU. RB D.J. Law signed with UAB but won't join the Blazers as their program returns. Injuries and academics hampered him, and head coach Bill Clark said the RB could play in the

Mizzou football lands three commitments
(Sun, 23 Jul 2017 23:45:00 GMT)
Sunday turned into a three-commitment day for the Missouri football. First, Barry Odom's coaching staff received 2018 pledges from Cam Taylor, a safety from Montgomery, Ala., and Chad Bailey, a linebacker from Missouri City, Texas. Both committed to the Tigers after attending Friday's "Night at the ZOU" camp in Columbia.  Later in the evening, Texas wide receiver Kam Scott gave the Tigers his verbal pledge, announcing his commitment with a video.  Taylor, Bailey and Scott give the Tigers five commitments for the weekend and 10 for the 2018 class.  Taylor, rated a three-star athlete by Rivals.com, plays quarterback at Park Crossing High School, has been recruited as a safety by Mizzou's staff.

How Ohio State built one of the country's best defensive lines
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 13:00:07 GMT)
Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the Big Ten Joined ESPN.com in 2014 Graduate of the University of Notre Dame Follow on Twitter Ohio State's Larry Johnson has a full library of former players at his disposal to use to convince top recruits that he can turn them from raw talent into college football’s next great defensive lineman. Heading into his 22nd straight season coaching defensive linemen in the Big Ten, Johnson has produced six first-round draft picks (including Courtney Brown being the No. 1 overall selection in 2000), seven first-team All-Americans and more Big Ten defensive players of the year than any other coach in the past quarter century. His current roster in Columbus is

Storylines to watch as Wisconsin enters Big Ten, local media days
(Mon, 24 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Less than a week from now, the Wisconsin Badgers officially open up fall camp in preparation for a potentially special 2017 season. There are some questions facing particular position groups, but nothing extremely glaring for a team that is actually reloaded from an 11–3 2016 campaign despite the losses of key contributors T.J. Watt, Ryan Ramczyk, Corey Clement, Vince Biegel, Sojourn Shelton, and team MVP Leo Musso. Wisconsin also has a new defensive coordinator in Jim Leonhard, who takes on the added responsibility alongside being the team’s defensive backs coach, and two transfers who could fuel the team on both sides of the ball. Here are some key storylines to watch when fall camp opens on

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