Today's Insider – College Football News
Despite a torn ACL in November, LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger is feeling healthy enough to participate in all drills at his pro day today, in hopes to show NFL teams that he is completely recovered. Team trainer Jack Marucci told the NFL Network that
What else do you do when there’s a rain delay during a baseball game? You play football, of course. At least that is what Jameis Winston did while the Florida State baseball team was waiting for the rain to
Heisman trophy winning quarterback Jameis Winston took to instagram today to show off some new bling after he received his ACC Championship and National Championship rings: Former FSU offensive lineman Daniel Glauser also took to social media to show
Clemson’s talented freshman quarterback is out for the spring. According to CBS Sports, Deshaun Watson suffered a “slight crack in his collarbone” on Monday during a scrimmage. He will not play in the Tigers’ spring game on Saturday. According to Clemson coach Dabo
Khalil Mack, the football standout from Buffalo, will be meeting with the Jacksonville Jaguars Tuesday, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. Buffalo LB Khalil Mack, projected as a top pick, is visiting Jacksonville today and Weds, before traveling to St.
Now that the 2014 NFL Draft is almost 30 days away, it’s time to create a mock draft of the first ten players that will be selected. 1. Houston Texans: QB Teddy Bridgewater The Texans need a solid player
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have confirmed that draft prospect Teddy Bridgewater visited the team. According to Kevin O’Donnell of Fox 13 in Tampa, the QB was there today. Bucs confirm that Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater visited One Buc Place
RUSTY MILLER, AP Sports Writer COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State will pay more than $2 million in total guarantees to bring Virginia Tech, Kent State and Cincinnati to Ohio Stadium to play the Buckeyes in football this fall.
Now that Florida State fans are totally ticked off and upset about the new logo updates, the university is accepting hate mail, oops, I mean feedback. According to the Seminoles.com Twitter page, you can email the athletics department to
Alabama cornerback Eddie Jackson got some bad news after he injured his knee in a Saturday scrimmage. According to ESPN.com, an MRI determined that Jackson has a torn ACL. Right now, the injury will prevent Jackson from playing for the remainder of spring practice.