Some links from around college football on a Saturday…
- Former Clemson coach Danny Ford will be among those inducted into the program’s Ring of Honor this fall.
- Clemson has also released pictures and video of the vehicle it believes is connected to the vandalism of Howard’s Rock.
- North Carolina will not face sanctions from its accrediting body following its investigation into the academic scandal in its athletic department.
- This is wild: former Stanford football player Frank Primus stopped a runaway bus in San Francisco.
- Former Duck Cliff Harris was found guilty of harassment Friday following an incident in May involving his girlfriend.
- Southern Miss is getting new turf on its football field after a tornado damaged the field this spring.
- Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi has a relatively low “buyout” should he leave for another job.
- The override vote for the in-person scouting ban of future opponents (NCAA Proposal RWG–11–3-B) failed on Friday, meaning the ban was upheld. Football did not allow in-person scouting anyway, but now it’s across all sports.
- Former Buckeye Ray Ellis has joined the O’Bannon plaintiffs. Rob Oller of the Columbus Dispatch explains why.