AP Top 25: Colorado falls out of rankings after first loss and Ohio State moves up to No. 4
Colorado fell out of The Associated Press college football poll after a resounding loss in one of the weekend’s showcase games and the teams toward the top of the rankings were shuffled and tightened.
James Madison spoils Virginia's UVA Strong celebration 36-35 on touchdown pass with 55 seconds left
Jordan McCloud hit Kaelon Black with a 10-yard tuchdown pass with 55 seconds to play, capping a fourth-quarter rally and James Madison beat Virginia 36-35, spoiling the Cavaliers’ first home game since three players were fatally shot last November.
With ACC leaders set to take up Stanford, Cal, SMU expansion, 2 UNC trustees announce opposition
With Atlantic Coast Conference university leaders seemingly on the verge of deciding whether to expand with Stanford, California and SMU, two members of North Carolina’s board of trustees announced their opposition to the move.
No. 5 LSU to play without defensive tackle Maason Smith against No. 8 Florida State, AP source says
LSU defensive tackle Maason Smith’s long-awaited return from a major knee injury last season will be delayed by one game because of a suspension that will sideline him for the No. 5 Tigers’ opener against eighth-ranked Florida State on Sept. 3.
ACC progressing toward westward expansion with Stanford, Cal, SMU potential targets, AP source says
The Atlantic Coast Conference is making progress toward an expansion that could grab Stanford and California from the sinking Pac-12, a person with direct knowledge of the ACC’s potential move told The Associated Press.
Former USC star Reggie Bush plans defamation lawsuit against NCAA
Former Southern California running back Reggie Bush plans to file a defamation lawsuit against the NCAA over a statement made by college sports’ governing body about the circumstances of its decision not to restore the Heisman Trophy winner’s records.
Cyclones' Brock and ex-Hawkeye Bruce are among latest players charged in gambling investigation
Jirehl Brock and three other Iowa State football players along with three current or former Iowa football players and a student assistant have been charged in connection with the state’s investigation into illegal sports wagering at the two schools.
No evidence found that betting integrity manipulated by Iowa and Iowa St. athletes tied to gambling
One of the state agencies involved in the ongoing investigation of alleged sports wagering violations by Iowa and Iowa State athletes announced there is no evidence suggesting the integrity of any contest involving the schools was affected by gambling interests.
Iowa St QB Dekkers accused of betting on Cyclones sports, charged with tampering in gambling probe
Iowa State quarterback Hunter Dekkers is accused of gambling on Cyclones sports events, including a football game, and has been charged with tampering with records related to an Iowa Criminal Division investigation into sports gambling.
McNeese State coach Will Wade hit with penalties and 10-game suspension for LSU violations
An independent infractions panel handed a two-year show-cause penalty and a 10-game suspension to former LSU and current McNeese State men’s basketball coach Will Wade on Thursday for multiple rules violations.
Indiana women open March Madness with rout of Tennessee Tech
Sydney Parrish scored 19 points and had eight rebounds and Lilly Meister added seven points and three blocks in her first career start to lead the top-seeded Indiana Hoosiers past Tennessee Tech 77-47 in the first round of the women's NCAA Tournament.