Saturday, March 28, 2015

Alabama defensive back Geno Smith arrested, charged with DUI.


Gene Smith is back in legal trouble. The Alabama senior defensive back was arrested on charges of driving under the influence Saturday morning.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Archie Manning is an ex-College Football Committee member.

Archie Maning. Photo via ChatSports.com.


Archie Manning in an ex-College Football Committee member. The former Ole Miss and New Orleans Saints quarterback has stepped down from his position on the committee after one season.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Stomach virus forces cancelation of Florida State spring practice for second straight day,

There's apparently a little bit of a stomach bug going around the Florida State football program. It's bad enough that spring practice was canceled for the second day in a row on Thursday.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Ohio State quarterback competition is far from over.




Urban Meyer has a big decision to make when it comes to deciding who will be the Buckeyes' starting quarterback in 2015. The fact that all three candidates, Braxton Miller, J.T. Barnett, and Cardale Jones are all excellent QB's isn't making the decision easier for Meyer.

"That's the only thing that's starting to eat away at me a little bit," Meyer said Tuesday. "It didn't for a while because you're just so busy. But now that I'm seeing what I'm seeing, I have such great respect for all three guys."

Miller and Barrett are still recovering from injuries and seeing limited play in spring practice. Jones, who led the Buckeyes to the inaugural College Foootball Playoff title last January is the only healthy QB at the moment. 

(via ESPN)

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Jim Harbaugh claims he's unworthy of his $38.1 million-dollar contract.

The latest on first-year Michigan head coast Jim Harbaugh comes from an interview with Detroit station WJBK in Detroit. In the interview, Harbaugh claims he's not worth the seven-year, $38.1 million-dollar contract the school gave him. 

"I'm not doing five times as much work as somebody else or doing more work than someone who's not the head football coach at the University of Michigan so, to answer your question, honestly, I would have to say no," Harbaugh said Monday."

The former Michigan cheerleader interviewing Harbaugh doesn't seem as impressed, as he points out how Harbaugh is being paid more than the president of the University of Michigan. 


(via ESPN)