Posted: 11:00 a.m. Saturday, May 4, 2013
By Eric Murtaugh
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This has not been a pleasant offseason for Pitt and coach Paul Chryst. First, they lost talented running back Rushel Shell after a very promising freshman season, when he decided he wanted to transfer. Then, there were legal troubles.
Stanford quarterback Josh Nunes retired from football Tuesday because of a freak injury that occurred while lifting weights.
What’s disorienting isn’t that a team would grab Barkley in the fourth round; it’s that this team would. Playing for the Eagles now means playing for Chip Kelly, the maestro of Oregon’s read-option-infused spread offense.
Clint Trickett has found a new home. The former Florida State quarterback, who opted to transfer from the Seminoles last month, will join West Virginia. Trickett confirmed the news on his Twitter account Wednesday morning.
UCLA defensive back Marcus Rios will miss at least six months, and possibly the entire 2013 season, because of a fungus infection in his sinus area. Very scary, prayers to him for a healthy recovery.
It’s official: The Big Ten Conference will have new division alignments set to begin in 2014 and nine-game Big Ten Conference schedules for 2016 after the recommendations were unanimously approved by school athletic directors and supported by the Big Ten Council of Presidents/Chancellors
The Eye of Sauron is your new playoff logo.
Kyle Field will be the biggest stadium in the SEC, and will somehow be engineered to be even louder than its current setup.
Ranking the Falcons stadium concept's 10 most insane features from most likely to least likely.
But what if you hashtagged a bagel and let a player eat it?
From pistols to zone reads, spread offenses have evolved to storm the NFL. They've been high school staples for more than a decade, but the college game is where the philosophy continues to innovate and expand.
Southeastern Conference sports -- including football and basketball -- will have a 24-hour-a-day home when the SEC Network launches in August, 2014.
Tennessee video coordinator Joe Harrington, who has been working with Volunteers for more than two decades, got a call in early December while he was out to lunch.
UNC is calling itself Coastal Division champions. There is signage inside the football offices to that effect and, now, there are championship rings, too.
The college football recruiting deregulation debate underscores a much deeper divide between the NCAA and many promiments programs and coaches.
The ACCs future bowl lineup is likely to include the New Era Pinstripe Bowl and a return to the Gator Bowl, a source told ESPN.com.
With a tumultuous 2012 season behind them, Penn State's new leaders are embracing a fresh start.
UCF is in talks to play Penn State in Dublin, Ireland, to open the 2014 season.
It's not a surprise, but the Purdue-Notre Dame Game Will kickoff in prime time.
Pitt football season will be here before you know it. Here are five reasons to be optimistic for this year's Pitt team. And five reasons why you should be worried.
Manti Te'o's adrenaline overtook his hearing when the phone call finally came, and he never did catch the name of the person who told the All-America linebacker he would start his post-Notre Dame football career in San Diego.
While draft day might have been disappointing for some graduating Notre Dame players, it's far from that when you're looking at the overall health of the football program.
The 2013 NFL Player Selection Meeting a/k/a "The Draft" took place from last Thursday, and The University of Notre Dame did well. Six players were drafted over the course of seven rounds, with TE Tyler Eifert going first as the 21st pick overall and S Zeke Motta going "last" as the 244th pick overall.
The Ravens have been busy on Thursday. While they weren't busy putting the finishing touches on a two-year deal with tackle Bryant McKinnie, they were signing the first member of their 2013 draft class.
Notre Dame chose to play a home game in North Texas long before Cowboys Stadium was picked as the first venue for the national championship in the new playoff system.
NDtex visited the Notre Dame Club of Dallas on Thursday and came away with some great quotes from Brian Kelly.
Which Notre Dame recruiting classes along the offense line are the standard the past 50 years?
For the first time since Brian Kelly arrived, Notre Dame’s defense has the luxury of time to develop its incoming blue-chip prospects.