SEATTLE — Washington says it has no knowledge of claims made by former football and basketball player Nate Robinson of being offered money by a booster to return to playing football. The school issued a statement on Wednesday in response to Robinson’s claim he was offered $100,000 by an unnamed booster to return to playing
Stanford football generated a lot of media interested Tuesday, which seems easy enough to explain. It was the first day of spring practice and the Cardinal, the West Coast’s most consistently dominant program over the past decade or so, return the Heisman Trophy runner-up, running back Bryce Love. So, understandably, the team’s media relations staff
The 2018 NFL scouting combine is kicking off in Indianapolis, so what better time to look ahead to the event in … 2019. By now, your head is filled with information about the upcoming draft prospects. You know who needs to run what, lift what and say what this week in the so-called underwear Olympics.
For the past six seasons, Texas A&M’s offense has been synonymous with the trendy terms oft-used to describe the most popular methods of attack in college football. Up-tempo. Wide-open. Aggressive. Those were hallmarks of Kevin Sumlin’s teams more often than not. With the arrival of new coach Jimbo Fisher, things are likely to change —
Dabo Swinney walked into his first official team meeting in January, looked around the room and had a flashback to the same moment from the previous year. Clemson‘s head coach had stepped forward to address players coming off a riveting national championship game to close out the 2016 season. Except many of the key players
College athletics, aside from the remarkable moments of competition, has been marred by scandals of unprecedented magnitude in the past 12 months. From the sexual assaults committed by Larry Nassar while employed by Michigan State University to the FBI probe that has brought to light the underground payment market of recruiting highly ranked college basketball
The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has declined to file felony charges against USC wide receiver Joseph Lewis, according to a spokesman for the district attorney. Lewis’ case was referred to the Los Angeles City attorney’s office, the spokesman said, and is being reviewed as a possible misdemeanor. Lewis was arrested Feb. 12 on
Starting quarterback K.J. Costello will miss spring practice due to injury, Stanford coach David Shaw announced. The specifics of the injury were not provided; however, Costello is expected to return healthy for training camp. Sports Illustrated previously reported it was a hip injury. Shaw announced on signing day that the program’s only other scholarship quarterback,
Dave Doeren is about to enter his sixth season at NC State, and though his team has plenty to prove this spring, the questions about Doeren should finally stop. Doeren has been on a wild ride between last offseason and this one. A year ago, he faced questions about his job security after a disappointing
Attorneys for former Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez argue that allegations of sexual harassment were almost entirely fabricated with the intent to extort him for $7.5 million. Rodriguez’s attorneys were responding to a notice of claim made by a former administrative assistant of Rodriquez. The response was filed with the Arizona Attorney General’s office Monday.