Unknown vandals took an apparent can of spray paint to the block M on Michigan's 'Diag,' painting it Michigan State green and adding an 's' and 'u.'
Vanderbilt will start its fourth different of the season against Missouri Saturday when redshirt freshman Johnny McCrary gets the nod, Derek Mason said.
Georgia released a statement Wednesday morning announcing that it will file paperwork with the NCAA requesting Todd Gurley's reinstatement.
NCAA lost antitrust case in August, pending appeal. Ed O'Bannon lawyers seek nearly $45 million in attorneys' fees and $5.2 million in recoverable costs and expenses.
United States Olympic Committee says it has a $5 million donor prepared to invest in preserving Olympic sports at colleges as the NCAA model changes.
Taylor Kelly is set to return as Arizona State's starting quarterback, Todd Graham said Monday before Kelly practiced with the first team Tuesday.
Kevin Sumlin and Texas A&M offensive coordinator Jake Spavital delivered the same message to the media Tuesday: every position is open to competition, including quarterback.
Alabama has a slight advantage over Mississippi State and Florida State according to the updated College Football Playoff title odds at Bovada.
The ACC and Notre Dame have announced the football matchups generated by their partnership through the 2025 season.
Marcus Mariota has a narrow edge on Dak Prescott and Melvin Gordon according to Bovada's Heisman Trophy odds.
Devin Gardner says he's received more than 1,000 hateful messages on Twitter and Instagram this season, including many that have called him a racial slur.
The NCAA and Oklahoma State have issued a joint statement calling the allegations of NCAA rule violations reported by Sports Illustrated 'fundamentally unfounded,' though the school faces three Level II violations.
Anybody can put together a ranking of the 25 best teams in the country, but it takes a true college football fan to compile a list of the 25 worst. Every Tuesday of the regular season, the Eye On College Football's Tom Fornelli will do just that.
Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin was used for a political ad in Tennessee.
Virginia Tech DT Luther Maddy will apply for a medical hardship waiver and hopes to return to the Hokies in 2015.
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October 21, 2014
We Need To Talk: Amateurism in College Sports (5:10)