Latest Headlines

Michigan AD Manuel Warde said that he wants HC Jim Harbaugh to remain with the program until Harbaugh retires.

"I’m extremely pleased with where we are from a staffing, coaching standpoint and Jim (Harbaugh) and [UM basketball HC John Beilein] are two people that I would love to see retire from this institution, retire from coaching," Warde said. We've been somewhat underwhelmed by Harbaugh's run at Michigan to date, but he clearly has the backing of the administration and has the talent on hand this year to potentially make a Playoff run. Our biggest question with Harbaugh has always been not whether the Wolverines will can him if the program can't get to where it needs to go, but if Harbaugh, himself, has the patience to stay on board through thick and thin. Michigan has yet to finish higher than third in the Big Ten East since he took over the helm of the ship prior to the 2015 season.
Source: mlive.com
May 15 - 3:20 PM

North Texas sophomore RB DeAndre Torrey rushed for 184 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries in Thursday's 41-38 win over FAU.

Torrey (5'7/185) had one of the plays of the game on Thursday, bolting for a 92-yard touchdown run with 4:06 remaining in the fourth quarter. That extended North Texas' lead to 41-31 on the scoreboard and gave them a much-needed cushion. The sophomore back has been dynamite down the stretch for the Mean Green, having now rushed for a combined 459 yards over his last three games. Each of those contests has seen him go over 130 yards rushing. We'll see if Torrey can keep up this red-hot pace against UTSA in the regular-season finale a week from Friday. Given the opponent, he could be in for a huge performance in that spot.
Nov 16 - 1:32 AM

Houston HC Major Applewhite said after Thursday's win over Tulane that he has not spoken with junior DT Ed Oliver since the two had a heated halftime exchange regarding a coat.

"I heard he had left [after halftime]. I want him back. I want him part of our football team. If he wants to play, I want him to play," Applewhite said postgame. The whole bizarre situation came about after the coach took a coat off of Oliver's shoulders just before halftime. The team has a rule that only active players can wear this particular coat, and Oliver was not suited up due to a knee injury which has now cost him four consecutive games. Houston director of sports performance Rod Grace had to hold Oliver back after the coat was taken from him. We will have to wait and see if player and coach can put this one behind them collectively. If Ed Oliver ends up bouncing on Houston for the rest of the season (he has already declared for the draft), this would certainly be an odd way to go out.
Nov 16 - 1:10 AM

North Texas junior QB Mason Fine (wrist) returned to Thursday's game against FAU.

Well that was a surprise. It looked very much like Fine was going to miss the remainder of the game after injuring his wrist on a hard sack early in the third quarter, but after he was checked out in the locker room, he trotted back out there before the quarter had even come to a close. First play back? Quarterback keeper. If there's any lingering concern over the junior's wrist, we will pass along word.
Nov 16 - 12:29 AM

Houston sophomore RB Patrick Carr rushed for 139 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries in Thursday's 48-17 win over Tulane.

With neither Terence Williams nor Mulbah Car playing in this one -- and with QB D'Eriq King exiting due to a first-half knee injury -- it was up to Carr to carry much of the offensive load on Thursday evening. The 5-foot-10, 205-pound sophomore came through in grand style, averaging 7.7 YPC while setting the tone with a pair of first-quarter touchdowns. This was his first 100-yard showing of the campaign. He will try for another one against Memphis next Friday.
Nov 15 - 11:42 PM

Houston junior QB D'Eriq King (knee) has been ruled out for the remainder of Thursday's game against Tulane.

King was injured while handing off the ball in the second quarter, on a play in which he was not touched. After limping off the field he was then carted to the locker room in obvious disappointment. That he will not be returning to the game was already something of an assumption given the way he left the contest. The real question, now, is just what the extent of this non-contact knee injury might be and whether it will take an extended recovery. True freshman Clayton Tune took over for King after the junior's exit and will close out the rest of Thursday's contest. Houston figures to provide clarity on King's status over the coming days.
Nov 15 - 10:16 PM

Toledo redshirt freshman RB Bryant Koback rushed for 192 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries in Thursday's 56-34 win over Kent State.

Koback (6'0/193) performed beautifully throughout the contest, ripping off long run after long run -- he averaged a sizzling 11.3 YPC -- while scoring on touchdown dashes of 44 and 15 yards in the second and third quarters, respectively. This was the redshirt freshman's first game over 100 yards for his career. He actually cleared that statistical benchmark by halftime. For the campaign, now, Koback has rushed for 751 yards and 11 touchdowns for the campaign as a whole. He will look to finish out the regular season in strong fashion against Central Michigan a week from Friday.
Nov 15 - 10:03 PM

Kentucky senior LB Josh Allen accepted an invitation to the Reese's Senior Bowl.

Allen (6'5/260) will get his draft process started in earnest down in Mobile come January. He has been receiving all kinds of positive evaluations from the draft community this season, with The Draft Network's Jon Ledyard calling him "the most improved player in the country" at the end of October (Ledyard was not impressed by his 2017 work) and ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. tabbing Allen as one of the more underrated prospects in the pool of draft-eligible players earlier in the month. The Kentucky standout could be in for a top-10 selection in April should the evaluating process break right for him.
Nov 15 - 8:49 PM

The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award released its list of the five finalists for the honor on Thursday.

Will Grier (West Virginia), Gardner Minshew (Washington State), Shea Patterson (Michigan), Drew Lock (Missouri) and McKenzie Milton (UCF) are the five finalists in question, here. Unlike the bulk of awards bestowed after the season, the Golden Arm's criteria limits candidates to seniors and fourth-year juniors on track to graduate with their class. Hence why no Tua Tagovailoa et al.
Source: mlive.com
Nov 15 - 6:36 PM

LSU has reached a settlement with former HC Les Miles on the remainder of his buyout.

Miles was initially owed $9 million on his buyout after he was fired in 2016. There was still $6 million remaining on it coming into the week, but the two sides have reached agreement to close this one out. This could potentially help to pave the way for the Mad Hatter to take a new job, as previously, any job he accepted would have required that he take a salary that would have evened out the remainder of that buyout. This new settlement officially shuts the book on Les Miles' contractual relationship with LSU. He has been heavily rumored as a candidate for the open gig at Kansas.
Nov 15 - 6:15 PM

Texas Tech HC Kliff Kingsbury said on Tuesday that he does not expect freshman QB Alan Bowman (lung) to play against Kansas State on Saturday.

The Red Raiders are taking an ultra-cautious approach with their promising freshman signal-caller, as they already once tried to start him a few weeks removed from the initial collapsed lung he sustained against West Virginia at the end of September, only for Bowman to again end up in the hospital after he took a hard hit in a loss to Oklahoma. Jett Duffey is expected to draw the start against the Wildcats on Saturday. A glimmer of hope, though -- Kingsbury indicated that it was possible Bowman could play against Baylor in the regular-season finale a week from Saturday.
Nov 15 - 5:53 PM

Purdue HC Jeff Brohm said unequivocally that a Thursday report that had him taking the vacant head-coaching job at Louisville is false.

ESPN 107.5's Dan Dakich tweeted out earlier on Thursday that Brohm would be accepting the Louisville head-coaching gig on Monday, Nov. 26. Brohm vehemently shot down that report when asked about it, calling it "completely false" and saying that "there's nothing to it." Vegas has pegged Brohm as a favorite to land with the Cardinals and that may well still end being the case, but at the very least, he is putting on a strong public face to the contrary.
Nov 15 - 5:20 PM




Highest Searched Players over the last 7 days


Video Center

  •  
    Player News: Week 11

    Player News: Week 11
  •  
    DFS Analysis: Lewis, Johnson

    DFS Analysis: Lewis, Johnson
  •  
    Dose: Jones Could Miss Week 11

    Dose: Jones Could Miss Week 11
  •  
    Dose: Bell Doesn

    Dose: Bell Doesn't Show
  •  
    Dose: Watkins Expected Back

    Dose: Watkins Expected Back
  •  
    Nicole: Trade Targets

    Nicole: Trade Targets
  •  
    NBA Waiver Picks

    NBA Waiver Picks
  •  
    Dose: Chubb leads Browns

    Dose: Chubb leads Browns