Posted: 11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 11, 2013
By Eric Murtaugh
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Heisman Trophy winners Danny Wuerffel of Florida and Ron Dayne of Wisconsin, along with two-time national champion Tommie Frazier of Nebraska, were selected Tuesday for the College Football Hall of Fame.
Former Idaho coach Robb Akey files lawsuit against school | Campus Union - SI.com
A former Idaho football coach has filed a lawsuit against the school.
One of Florida State’s most prized recruits in the class of 2013 might never set foot on campus. Five-star linebacker Matthew Thomas has asked Seminoles coaches for a release from his scholarship.
Larry Kehres, who turned Mount Union into a Division III powerhouse while stockpiling 11 national titles, is stepping down.
Wagering among male athletes is down nearly 10 percent from 2008, though concerns remain over the increased use of social media and technology for betting, according to the latest NCAA report on gambling.
Heather Dinich and Andrea Adelson take a look at what's transpired in the ACC this spring.
Which college sports conference network reigns supreme? Let's find out in the only way the internet knows how to resolve abstract disputes.
Boise State lost almost all of its starters and fell apart in 2012 ... all the way to 10 wins and 'only' a Top 25 ranking. Unacceptable. Can these ridiculously disappointing Broncos bounce back toward respectability in 2013? (Spoiler: Yes.)
#goacc bowl lineup announced.
New helmets for UCF.
From the blog Dr. Saturday: Wyoming has the highest elevation of any FBS stadium, and the Cowboys want to give opponents a constant reminder of that bit of trivia.
It takes a lot to be a national champion — a lot of hard work, a lot of dedication and apparently, a lot of money. Alabama spent $3.4 million for its seven-day trip to Miami.
As sad as the video of Marcus Lattimore's gruesome knee injury was, his story ended with a video that can be an inspiration for anyone struggling through adversity.
CBSSports.com predicts the 2013 college football bowls.
Michigan punter Will Hagerup has been reinstated to the team, but Brady Hoke has announced Hagerup will sit out the 2013 season.
Former Arkansas quarterback Brandon Mitchell has added Michigan to his list of possible transfer choices, a source said Thursday.
Former Irish star Manti Te'o inked his rookie deal recently.
Kendal Thompson, who is vying to win Oklahoma's three-way quarterback competition, was arrested Friday morning on misdemeanor complaints of public intoxication and interference with official process, according to the Norman Police Department.
It’s taken five college basketball seasons of minimal opportunities for the Notre Dame men’s basketball team to win three games against Big Ten schools.
Nyles Morgan's talent is unquestioned.
Kyle Allen had a busy week with scholarship offers from Notre Dame, Ohio State, and Fresno State.
If he who would see his future cut short or shattered by a broken bone or severed nerve want us on our feet and whipping towels over our heads, we owe that to him in the same way that he owes “us” excellence in the class room and residence halls. If Notre Dame can so integrate athletics and academics to make them the opposite sides of the same fabric, I fail to see how Jumbotrons cannot be incorporated into the literal brick and mortar of “our” Saturday seances.
As the school year draws to a close, the Irish are in the unofficial portion of the calendar. Yet that's the time -- through the guidance of strength and conditioning coach Paul Longo, that leadership usually emerges.
Last year, Notre Dame assembled a recruiting class that did most of its own work. The current Irish class has taken note.
The house that Rockne built is in need of another expansion. At least that's the thinking among Notre Dame administrators. The university announced a feasibility study that's going to explore all options for the iconic stadium over the next six to nine months, as part of the a larger campus plan.
This exercise lists the 36 players that give the most value to the team as a whole.
"Notre dame’s football stadium is a shrine for the football purist”
Matt Fortuna and Mark Schlabach take a look at what's transpired at Notre Dame and at the non-AQ teams this spring.
When I was little and learning about the game of football, which is a passion in my family, my father taught me football’s golden rule: line play wins championships.
Ah, the jumbotron — that offseason topic that fires up the Notre Dame fanbase like no other.
The news of Gunner Kiel leaving Notre Dame was hardly a surprise. The talented young quarterback, who redshirted during the Irish's 2012 run to the BCS Championship game, departed before spring practice, with an eye on finding an opportunity to play.
You can't really change someone's mind on a subject if their conviction is strong enough. It's an exercise in futility.
Twitter reacts to Schwapp's passing.
Sad news out of the Notre Dame football program. Former fullback Asaph Schwapp has lost his battle with cancer. He was just 26 years old.
Former Notre Dame fullback Asaph Schwapp died Wednesday at the age of 26, following more than a yearlong battle with non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Former Notre Dame fullback Asaph Schwapp (2005-08) died from cancer on Tuesday.