For all the early Heisman hype, the last few winners have emerged from little fanfare. So what's the key to a Heisman campaign? Stewart Mandel gives his take in his latest Mailbag.
Kansas has dismissed defensive lineman Chris Martin over what coach Charlie Weis calls the junior transfer's failure to follow some "stipulations" following his recent arrest.
PISCATAWAY, N.J (AP) -- Julie Hermann has started her first full day as Rutgers' athletic director.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) -- Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel still has three years of eligibility left at Texas A&M.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison is accused of punching a bouncer and has been charged with simple battery. He was arrested at his dormitory.
A backup Missouri linebacker arrested during the 2012 season on drug charges has been dismissed from the team.
Last year, UCLA's Anthony Barr switched positions to linebacker. He became one of the nation's defensive stars. This year, he's back -- and set to wreak more havoc, says R.J. Rico.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The NCAA has begun the second day of a hearing in the massive infractions case against the University of Miami athletics department.
There are The Igniters, and there are The Huntsmen. There is Team Kekua, which should not be confused with being All That and a Bag of Chips, among others. They are all Wisconsin football players. But since winter, they have been partitioned into several 10-man teams that compete in every domain into which competition can be crammed, because in Gary Andersen's universe, there is fun to be had but
Wisconsin has made three straight trips to the Rose Bowl. To make another, it will likely need stronger quarterback play. Zac Ellis sizes up the Badgers' uncertainty under center.
BRIDGMAN, Mich. (AP) -- Coach Brian Kelly says he decided to announce Tommy Rees as Notre Dame's starting quarterback after having time to think, even though he initially said it would be a three-way competition in August.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The NCAA opened a key hearing in the massive infractions case against the University of Miami on Thursday, with school officials, former coaches and the ACC commissioner all on hand to defend the Hurricanes against allegations that could bring severe sanctions in the improper benefits case involving former booster Nevin Shapiro.
Butch Jones is turning heads with his early recruiting success at Tennessee. How is he luring so many top prospects? Stewart Mandel explains that and more in this week's Mailbag.
Colorado went 1-11 last year. It last finished above .500 in '05. Yet after coming over from San Jose State, Mike MacIntyre is set on reversing the Buffs' fortunes, says Ryan Hatch.
Mark Emmert had big plans for the NCAA. His tenure has not played out as he hoped. With the enforcement department crumbling, NCAA culture has to change, says Pete Thamel.
In a comprehensive story in this week's Sports Illustrated, senior writers Pete Thamel and Alexander Wolff go inside the Nevin Shapiro case at Miami and explore how the NCAA mishandled it. Here is some additional information that doesn't appear in the story. For the complete magazine story and to buy a digital version of the issue, go here.