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College Football Rumors – BYU, Houston Most Popular Expansion Targets for Big 12

Posted on 21 Jul, 2016, by in College Football

ESPN conducted a survey among Big 12 coaches about the upcoming conference realignment and expansion, with the BYU Cougars and Houston Cougars getting the most votes. More

Jim Harbaugh, Nick Saban

College Football Rumors – Harbaugh, Saban & Satellite Camps Make for a Fun Offseason Feud

Posted on 1 Jun, 2016, by in College Football

The two biggest ordeals in the College Football offseason? Baylor football and sports in general imploding, and the whole debate about satellite camps, with Jim Harbaugh of Michigan as the main advocate to keep them going, and Nick Saban on the other end, trying to get them to stop. More

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College Football Realignment – Big 12 Courted by Colorado State, Houston, Memphis & UCF

Posted on 11 May, 2016, by in College Football

It seem inevitable now that the Big 12 (which has ten teams) won’t expand back to 12 teams in the near future. Memphis, Houston, UCF and Colorado State seem to be the schools most aggressively pursuing an invitation. More

Chip Kelly

NFL Rumors – Teams That Chip Kelly Might End Up Coaching

Posted on 31 Dec, 2015, by in NFL

Despite a bad 2015 season with the Philadelphia Eagles, Chip Kelly isn’t going to stay unemployed for long. But where does he go? We still don’t know how many teams are going to fire their head coaches, but the Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts and Cleveland Browns come to mind, while college football seems like a good place to return to, although that depends on the vacancy. More

Deon Cain

College Football Rumors – Clemson Tigers Suspending Players They Can Afford to Lose

Posted on 30 Dec, 2015, by in College Football

It’s been rather quiet from Alabama, Michigan State and Oklahoma heading into the second college football playoff. Clemson decided to break the silence by suspending Deon Cain, Ammon Lakip and Jay Jay McCullough from the Orange Bowl, which is also a semifinal against the Sooners. More

Kyle Allen

College Football Rumors – Oklahoma, Nebraska, Houston & Colorado State Interested in Signing Kyle Allen

Posted on 24 Dec, 2015, by in College Football

While Texas A&M are trying to figure out how they lost two quarterbacks to transfers in one week, Kyle Allen, one of the transferring players, has a decision to make, with Colorado State, Colorado, Nebraska, Syracuse, West Virginia, Houston, Oklahoma, Texas and UCF all reaching out in hope to sign him. More

Kyler Murray

College Football Rumors – Texas A&M Running Out of Quarterbacks

Posted on 17 Dec, 2015, by in College Football

It’s a weird in between period for the Texas A&M Aggies, waiting to play in their bowl game, but also scrambling to not let their 2016 prospects fall apart, as a second quarterback, Kyler Murray, seems to be seeking a transfer from the team. More

Kyle Allen

College Football Rumors – Kyle Allen Wants to Play for Oklahoma; Are They Interested in Him?

Posted on 11 Dec, 2015, by in College Football

Things haven’t turned out quite as planned for Kyle Allen, once the number one quarterback recruit in the nation, over the last two years with Texas A&M. He’s transferring, which means sitting out for a year, but he’s already put together a list of teams he’s hoping to play for, with the Oklahoma Sooners on the top of his list. More

Dakota Prukop

College Football Rumors – Oregon, Texas & TCU Interested in Signing Dakota Prukop

Posted on 9 Dec, 2015, by in College Football

With transfers easier to come by for players wanting to replace their college football team, it’s almost like free agency in the sport. Dakota Prukop of Montana State has had enough of the FCS and has enough interest from Oregon, Texas and TCU to make the transfer and find himself a new team to play for next season. More

Mark Richt

College Football Rumors – Georgia Bulldogs Want to be Like Alabama & Florida

Posted on 30 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

College Football programs don’t exist in a vacuum. Despite an impressive record over 15 years, Mark Richt never turned the Georgia Bulldogs football program into the best in the nation or even the SEC. When compared to Alabama, Florida and LSU, his achievements, or lack of them, compared to the ambitions of the university, meant it was time for a change. More