NCAA Wire News

  • Alabama hopes two starters healthy for Florida game

    As Alabama prepares for its showdown Saturday against Florida, head coach Nick Saban said there is a good change injured wide receiver DeAndrew White will return to action. White suffered a “little shoulder separation” in the Crimson Tide’s Week 1 win over West Virginia. White has missed the past two games. “We’ll see how... [Read More]

  • Rutgers apologizes to Penn State for fan behavior

    Rutgers University reveled Saturday in its first game against a Big Ten team as a member of the conference. A record crowd watched as Penn State escaped Piscataway, N.J., with a 13-10 victory. On Monday, the university apologized for what the school’s athletic director called “inappropriate and offensive” behavior by some Rutgers fans. Much... [Read More]

  • Sooners RB Ford out 2-3 weeks

    Oklahoma running back Keith Ford is expected to miss 2-3 weeks with a slight fracture in his foot suffered during Saturday’s victory over Tennessee, coach Bob Stoops said Monday. Ford will miss Saturday’s road game at West Virginia, but has a chance to return following the team’s bye week and in time for an... [Read More]

  • Hurricanes QB Olsen suspended following DUI arrest

    University of Miami quarterback Kevin Olsen was suspended indefinitely after being charged with driving under the influence and possessing a stolen/fictitious driver’s license. The redshirt freshman was arrested early Monday morning and booked into the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami-Dade County at 4:11 a.m., per The Miami Herald. Bail was set for... [Read More]

  • College football roundup: Oklahoma RB Ford out 2-3 weeks

    Oklahoma running back Keith Ford is expected to miss 2-3 weeks with a slight fracture in his foot suffered during Saturday’s victory over Tennessee, coach Bob Stoops said Monday. Ford will miss Saturday’s road game at West Virginia, but has a chance to return following the team’s bye week and in time for an... [Read More]

  • SEC has seven teams in top 15

    The SEC hit a new high by having an unprecedented seven teams ranked in the top 15 of the latest Associated Press top 25 poll on Sunday. No. 1 Florida State and No. 2 Oregon stayed on top of the poll. The Seminoles received 37 first-place votes while the Ducks got 17. Among SEC... [Read More]

  • Graham: Sun Devils QB Kelly will be ‘fine’

    Arizona State coach Todd Graham downplayed a foot injury to Taylor Kelly that saw the quarterback leave the field on crutches following Saturday night’s 38-24 victory over Colorado. Kelly threw for 195 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth score before leaving in the third quarter with a right foot injury. Kelly... [Read More]

  • First and 20: Pac-12 South a virtual toss-up

    The third week of the college football season didn’t look like anything special, mostly a pause in the action before the heat of full-on conference play. And then all hell broke loose in the Pac-12 South. The game of the week was Georgia-South Carolina in the SEC East (more on that in a bit),... [Read More]

  • Hurricanes QB Olsen suspended following DUI arrest

    University of Miami quarterback Kevin Olsen was suspended indefinitely after being charged with driving under the influence and possessing a stolen/fictitious driver’s license. The redshirt freshman was arrested early Monday morning and booked into the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami-Dade County at 4:11 a.m., per The Miami Herald. Bail was set for... [Read More]

  • Arizona State QB Kelly out (foot)

    Arizona State quarterback Taylor Kelly, who injured his foot in Saturday’s 38-24 win at Colorado, will miss the Sept. 25 game against UCLA, CBSSports.com reported Monday. Kelly also could miss the Oct. 4 game at USC but is expected back for the Oct. 18 game against Stanford at the latest, the CBS source said.... [Read More]