An attorney for Nebraska running back Maurice Washington said Wednesday he never told anyone at the university about the nature of potential charges against the player in a pornography case that cropped up just as last season was getting started. Washington was charged in California in December with possessing and distributing a video of a
2:22 PM ET Joel AndersonESPN Former San Diego State head coach Brady Hoke is returning to the Aztecs as a defensive line coach, the program announced Wednesday. Hoke most recently was the defensive line coach for the Carolina Panthers last fall, but he was fired in December with four games remaining in the regular season.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The on and off story of Matt House leaving the University of Kentucky as defensive coordinator and joining the Chiefs as linebackers coach has reached a conclusion, with House poised to join the Chiefs after all, a source indicated. The Chiefs had been close to hiring House last week, but the
Maryland added ESPN 300 safety Nick Cross to its 2019 class on Tuesday in an unexpected announcement. Cross, the No. 126 ranked prospect overall, had been committed to Florida State since September but didn’t sign with the Seminoles in the early signing period or in February on signing day. We kept our fingers CROSSed, now
Florida defensive coordinator Todd Grantham is interviewing Tuesday for the Cincinnati Bengals‘ defensive coordinator job and has emerged as the leading candidate, sources confirmed to ESPN. The Athletic first reported that the Bengals had formally requested permission to interview Grantham and that he was at the top of first-year Bengals head coach Zac Taylor’s list.
Ole Miss will vacate 33 total football wins from six seasons between 2010 and 2016 for fielding ineligible players, athletic director Ross Bjork said Monday night. “It’s the last part of this process,” Bjork, speaking at a town hall meeting in Cleveland, Miss., said. “In a way it’s just a piece of paper, because you
Ole Miss will vacate 33 total football wins from six seasons between 2010 and 2016 for fielding ineligible players, athletic director Ross Bjork said Monday night. “It’s the last part of this process,” Bjork said at a town hall meeting in Cleveland, Miss. “In a way, it’s just a piece of paper, because you saw
Wisconsin offensive lineman Jon Dietzen is retiring because of injuries sustained during his playing career. Dietzen, who started 32 games for the Badgers, announced his decision Monday on Twitter. pic.twitter.com/23N0axftxy — Dietzen (@DietzenJon) February 11, 2019 He started 12 games at left tackle for Wisconsin in 2018, missing one contest because of injury. Dietzen battled
Feb 6, 2019 ESPN staff The ESPN 300 holdovers from December signing day announced their decisions on Wednesday. Watch some of the top commitments and catch up with everything you missed from the first Wednesday in February. Top 50 recruiting classes in 2019 Big surprise: Alabama tops our Class Rankings, and that probably won’t change.
Former Eastern Washington quarterback Gage Gubrud has won an appeal for an additional year of eligibility and will spend his final season as a graduate transfer at Washington State. WSU announced Gubrud, a two-time finalist for the Walter Payton Award, given to the best offensive player in FCS, joined the program Saturday morning. And the