Tom Fornelli

CBS Sports Writer /

Report: Texas A&M releases WR charged with indecent exposure

Kirk Merritt claims 'jock itch' was the reason he exposed himself to two tutors

Forget the scouts: Ranking the top 20 quarterbacks in the 2017 NFL Draft

Using college stats and math to determine which FBS quarterbacks will be the most successful

Ed Orgeron: LSU QB Danny Etling undergoes 'minor back procedure'

The LSU quarterback has been dealing with back issues for some time

Randy Moss' son, Thaddeus Moss, announces he's transferring to LSU

Moss, a tight end, announced his decision to transfer from NC State this spring

Georgia releases signee following arrest for allegedly assaulting mother of his child

A police report states that the future UGA offensive lineman choked his girlfriend

WATCH: Baylor honors staffer with touchdown run during spring game

Clint Lewis, who has Down Syndrome, has been with the program for 22 years

Former Tennessee RB Jalen Hurd announces he's transferring to Baylor

Hurd left Tennessee during the 2016 season

This Alabama touchdown probably wasn't designed to work this way

But it worked, and that's what matters

Georgia spring game 2017: Watch live stream, TV channel, start time, date

The Dawgs wrap up spring practice with G-Day on Saturday, April 22

The Miami Beach Bowl is moving to Texas and becoming the Frisco Bowl

The Miami Beach Bowl, taken down in its prime

Friday Five: Media members I want to see play in Penn State's spring game

James Franklin has extended the invitation and these five people should accept it

Eighteen Alcorn State football players arrested after cafeteria brawl

Multiple videos posted to social media show a wild scene

Texas president 'cannot comprehend' paying student-athletes

Greg Fenves was interviewed as part of a lawsuit against the NCAA

Oklahoma State's Alamo Bowl championship rings are missing something

The Cowboys refuse to recognize their loss to Central Michigan

Tom Fornelli has been a college football writer at CBS Sports since 2010. During his time at CBS, Tom has proven time and again that he hates your favorite team and thinks your rival is a paragon of football excellence. Tom lives in Chicago and owns a dog that is simultaneously trying to kill and bankrupt him.