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LB Nick Holman makes ‘hard decision’ to transfer from USF

A little over a week after the end of spring practice, USF has seen its depth at linebacker take a bit of a hit. Calling it “a hard decision,” Nick Holman took to Twitter Wednesday night to announce that he has decided to transfer out of the Bulls football program and “pursue other opportunities” elsewhere. […]

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DUI charge against Vols’ Charles Mosley dropped

Sometimes, most times, a college football player will see the charges he was initially facing drastically reduces.  Very rarely are the charges dropped entirely, yet that’s where the situation involving a Tennessee Volunteer currently stands. In late July, Charles Mosley was arrested following a traffic stop and charged with first-offense driving under the influence and […]

NORMAN, OK - DECEMBER 6:  Quarterback Cody Thomas #14 of the Oklahoma Sooners looks to throw against the Oklahoma State Cowboys December 6, 2014 at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. The Cowboys defeated the Sooners 38-35 in overtime.  (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)
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Bob Stoops ‘not relying on’ QB Cody Thomas returning to Sooners

It appears Oklahoma will head into the summer and on into camp relatively thin at the quarterback position. In January of this year, Cody Thomas announced that he had decided to leave the Sooners’ football team for OU’s baseball team.  There have been rumblings that Thomas, who started three games in 2014 but saw his […]

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Colorado athletics

Colorado duo arrested on burglary, theft charges, suspended

Another day, another college football player (or two) on the wrong end of a pair of handcuffs. The latest to trigger a resetting of the “Days Without An Arrest” ticker are linebacker N.J. Falo and running back Dino Gordon, a pair of Colorado Buffaloes who, according to the Boulder Daily Camera, were arrested very early Thursday morning on […]

BLACKSBURG, VA - OCTOBER 9: Running back Matthew Dayes #21 of the North Carolina State Wolfpack is hit by rover Adonis Alexander #36 of the Virginia Tech Hokies in the first half at Lane Stadium on October 9, 2015 in Blacksburg, Virginia. Virginia Tech defeated North Carolina State 28-13. (Photo by Michael Shroyer/Getty Images)
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Suspended Hokies apologize in wake of weed arrests

Tuesday, Virginia Tech announced that first-year head coach Justin Fuente had indefinitely suspended cornerback Adonis Alexander (pictured) and defensive end Houshun Gaines from the Hokies football program for violating unspecified team rules.  As it turns out, Alexander’s suspension came following an arrest for marijuana possession, while Gaines’ punitive measure stemmed from a weed arrest as well as an underage […]

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