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Two Arkansas Football Players Suspended For Flirting With Opponent's Cheerleaders Instead Of Warming Up Two Arkansas Football Players Suspended For Flirting With Opponent's Cheerleaders Instead Of Warming Up

Arkansas football coach Chad Morris announced today that defensive backs Kamren Curl and Ryan Pulley would be suspended for this week’s game against Missouri over some high school football-ass behavior. The pair apparently spent some time before last weekend’s embarrassing 52-6 loss to Mississippi State chatting up…

How Good Is Michigan? How Good Is Michigan?

An early shock in the young college basketball season happened just outside of Philadelphia last night, as the Michigan Wolverines went to Villanova and absolutely crushed the defending national champions, winning 73-46 in a rematch of last April’s title game. It’s extremely early in the year, and both of these teams…

Patrick Ewing Said "Nuts" On National TV And Giggled  Patrick Ewing Said "Nuts" On National TV And Giggled 

The mighty Georgetown Hoyas downed Illinois in an 88-80 thriller last night to improve to 3-0 in the season. Second-year head coach Patrick Ewing praised the team in his post-game interview, calling out freshman James Akinjo for showing some “nuts,” before catching himself and revising his statement to “big cojones.”

Suit: Ex-MSU Staffer Says He Didn't Try Covering Up Sexual Assault, Was "Mentoring Student Athletes"  Suit: Ex-MSU Staffer Says He Didn't Try Covering Up Sexual Assault, Was "Mentoring Student Athletes" 

A former Michigan State football employee whose contract wasn’t renewed after police said he investigated a sexual assault complaint made against several football players without reporting it is suing the university. In his lawsuit, filed on Monday, Curtis Blackwell says that Michigan State ended his contract because…

Cal's Defensive Turnaround Is A Marvel Cal's Defensive Turnaround Is A Marvel

Two seasons ago, the California Golden Bears had one of the most abominable defenses in the country. Cal allowed opponents to score an astonishing 42.6 points per game (the second-worst in the nation among FBS schools), rack up 518.3 yards per game (fourth-worst), and rush for 272.9 yards per game (second-worst). They…

Mike Gundy Blames Transfers On "Liberalism" And "The Snowflake" Mike Gundy Blames Transfers On "Liberalism" And "The Snowflake"

Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy, a man who knows exactly when to turn the volume up on his wacky good ol’ boy persona in order to keep people from realizing he might be losing his touch, is doing just that.

Zach Smith Is Having Another Meltdown On Twitter Zach Smith Is Having Another Meltdown On Twitter

Former Ohio State assistant coach Zach Smith—who was fired this summer after an alleged history of domestic violence against his ex-wife, Courtney, came to light—is back to melting down on Twitter in an effort to prove, I suppose, that the reports about his anger issues are totally inaccurate. Today, Smith attempted…

Louisville To Pay Bobby Petrino At Least $13 Million To Get The Hell Out Louisville To Pay Bobby Petrino At Least $13 Million To Get The Hell Out

After a solid run of several fairly relevant seasons, the Louisville Cardinals are a horrifying disaster in 2018. Not only are they winless in ACC play, but almost all of their games have been pathetic blowouts that have served no good purpose besides making Lamar Jackson look like the greatest college football player…

Furman Defeats Loyola-Chicago On Game-Winning Baptism

Loyola-Chicago might have began the night celebrating their Cinderella run to the Final Four in last season’s national tournament, but it was the Ramblers who were on the wrong end of a surprise upset on Friday.

Maryland Fires Two Trainers Who Failed To Properly Treat Jordan McNair Maryland Fires Two Trainers Who Failed To Properly Treat Jordan McNair

According to the Washington Post, the University of Maryland today fired Steve Nordwall, assistant athletic director of athletic training, and Wes Robinson, the head trainer for the football program, after a lengthy paid leave for both men that began on Aug. 10, in the wake of reports about Terrapins football player…

Zion Williamson Lived Up To The Hype Zion Williamson Lived Up To The Hype

Last night, after what feels like decades of consuming Zion Williamson’s high school highlights and watching a few instances of him beating up on hapless Canadians, we finally got to see what the freshman can do against real D-I competition. What he can do is really fuck some people up.

Maryland Punter Says Teammates Beat Him Up For Talking To Investigators Maryland Punter Says Teammates Beat Him Up For Talking To Investigators

The Baltimore Sun is reporting that during Tuesday’s football practice, which was presided over by briefly reinstated and then subsequently fired head coach DJ Durkin, Maryland punter Matt Barber was attacked by teammates who believed he spoke to investigators looking into the death of Jordan McNair and Durkin’s…

Rutgers Football Player Charged With Double Attempted Murder Rutgers Football Player Charged With Double Attempted Murder

Rutgers junior linebacker Izaia Bullock was arrested by Rutgers PD and charged with two counts of attempted murder in the first degree and two counts of conspiracy to commit murder in the first degree by Middlesex County prosecutors today. NJ.com first reported the news. According to prosecutors, Bullock “initiated a…

Police: Half-Nude Cornell Runner Took Acid, Attacked Women And Threatened To Rape Them Police: Half-Nude Cornell Runner Took Acid, Attacked Women And Threatened To Rape Them

As first reported by the Cornell Daily Sun, Cornell freshman runner Saano Murembya was arrested on Sunday afternoon by the school’s police department after taking LSD and threatening to rape several students. Murembya was charged with two felony counts of attempted sexual abuse and two misdemeanor counts of unlawful…

All Three Defendants In College Basketball Corruption Trial Found Guilty All Three Defendants In College Basketball Corruption Trial Found Guilty

This afternoon, a jury ruled that former Adidas consultant Merl Code, Adidas employee James Gatto, and former financial adviser Christian Dawkins were guilty of a series of wire fraud charges stemming from their work orchestrating schemes to pay Adidas money to college basketball players in order to steer them to…

The NCAA Is Gaslighting You The NCAA Is Gaslighting You

In last month’s antitrust case in Oakland challenging the artificial caps on athlete compensation, the NCAA’s defense included the restatement of an imaginary economic principle that is fundamental to its existence: College athletes shouldn’t make money, the NCAA argued, because if players were paid above some magical…

Louisville's Kemari Averett Arrested For Putting Gun To Girlfriend's Head, Threatening To Kill Her Louisville's Kemari Averett Arrested For Putting Gun To Girlfriend's Head, Threatening To Kill Her

Louisville sophomore tight end Kemari Averett was suspended from the team today after being arrested and charged with first-degree wanton endangerment and fourth-degree assault. Averett is accused of grabbing his girlfriend’s hair, putting a gun to her head, and threatening to kill her because he thought she had…

Maryland Football Parents Are Organizing Against "Narcissistic Sociopath" DJ Durkin's Potential Reinstatement Maryland Football Parents Are Organizing Against "Narcissistic Sociopath" DJ Durkin's Potential Reinstatement

Nicole Auerbach of The Athletic has a lengthy report today on the status of the University of Maryland’s ongoing investigation into suspended head coach D.J. Durkin, his toxic football program, and the death of Jordan McNair. That investigation should reportedly be wrapping up soon, and despite all the nasty details…

Nick Bosa Ditches Ohio State To Get Ready For The NFL Nick Bosa Ditches Ohio State To Get Ready For The NFL

Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa, a junior who could possibly go number one in next year’s NFL draft, is leaving school to focus on rehabbing an injured core muscle, OSU announced today.

Text Messages Show Bill Self Working With Shady Adidas Consultant To Recruit Player Text Messages Show Bill Self Working With Shady Adidas Consultant To Recruit Player

The federal government’s wire fraud case against Christian Dawkins, Merl Code, and James Gatto for allegedly using Adidas’ money to pay college basketball recruits is nearing its conclusion, as the District Court judge in charge of the case reportedly told the jury today that deliberations could begin as early as…

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