Players-rights advocate Ramogi Huma supports attorney Jay Edelson's efforts to oversee personal-injury claims.
Former Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Mel Tucker will reportedly reunite with Nick Saban at Alabama as the Crimson Tide's linebackers coach.
Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long will be the chairman of the College Football Playoff Selection Committee again in 2015.
Penn State coach James Franklin let one of his players know on Twitter that B's aren't good enough.
Longtime Gary Pinkel assistant Craig Kuligowski has turned down a reported offer from Illinois to become the Illini co-defensive coordinator.
Michigan running back Justice Hayes has announced he's transferring.
Louisville defensive coordinator Todd Grantham is reportedly in Oakland to interview for the same job with the Oakland Raiders.
Wake Forest offensive lineman Cory Helms, a multi-year starter, has elected to transfer to South Carolina.
UCF will be adding a 10,000 square foot beach club between the 30-yard lines at Bright House Networks Stadium.
Tobacco Road rivals North Carolina and Wake Forest have taken the unusual step of scheduling nonconference games against each other.
The College Football Playoff is being lobbied by ESPN and the NFL to change its semifinal and potentially championship game dates.
Following a season at JUCO, former TCU star and Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Devonte Fields is visiting Louisville.
They running it at record rates, fueling an offensive revolution that's not ending. Gordon and Coleman are gone, but Elliott, Perine, Conner and Perkins are on deck.
The first recruiting commitments of the Jim Harbaugh Era came on Saturday.
Alabama announced offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin will return next season, putting to rest any rumors of leaving for the NFL.
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January 22, 2015
USC Recruiting Update (3:45)