“Awkward situation” led Greg Gregory to leave South Florida for South Alabama.Dallas Morning News: “Texas Tech and Baylor are in advanced negotiations to bring their annual Big 12 football game to the Dallas metropolitan area for the next two seasons.”Ohio may hold the recruiting key for Michigan State in 2010.Former South Carolina quarterback Chris Smelley is appealing NCAA’s decision to not grant him a waiver to play baseball at Alabama.Agreeing to move their game with Nebraska to a Thursday night will give Missouri two additional nationally-televised games on ESPN.Louisville Courier-Journal: “Cards see way to sway fans back to fold: ‘win‘”Forbes.com names Ann Arbor the top college sports town in the nation.New Orleans Times-Picayune: Tulane-LSU football series not working out as planned.The South Florida Sun-Sentinel lists the five Hurricanes signees who could make the most immediate impact.John Lovett, on getting the chance to become Miami of Florida’s new defensive coordinator: “This opportunity just hit me right in the face.”
Lou Holtz will visit Tokyo to promote the Notre Dame Japan Bowl, and will need two translators: one to translate his words to English, another to translate the English into Japanese. And we’re making up that last part. We think.
After spending his freshman season on Florida’s defensive line, Matt Patchan will move back to his original position — offensive tackle.
Former Colorado tight end Paul Creighton returning to the school as a graduate assistant.
Josh Henson won’t be side-by-side with Les Miles for the first time since the 1990’s, left for Missouri to advance his career.
Washington picks up a pair of recruits, one each for their 2009 and 2010 classes.
Second-string quarterback Logan Gray not feeling forgotten at Georgia.
New Auburn assistant coaches have a lot on their plates.
New Auburn head coach Gene Chizik is so good, he’s even helping the women’s basketball team.
In the fourth of a six-part series, the Gainesville Sun breaks down the defensive line recruits in Florida’s 2009 class.
Players excited over the resumption of the Miami-Florida State Labor Day showdown.
The first four games of the Hurricanes’ 2009 season will be challenging to say the least.
First-year head coach Frank Spaziani happy that three of Boston College’s first four games are at home.
Clemson’s 12-game schedule features nine bowl teams, include all five of their road games.
Maryland will play an all-Saturday schedule for the first time since 1998.
South Carolina will play two Thursday night games for the second straight season.
Georgia Tech gets two nationally-televised games this season.
Coming off their first bowl appearance in 26 years, Vanderbilt sees a schedule that features eight bowl teams.
Neither West Virginia nor Marshall will raise ticket prices this season.
Former Virginia defensive line coach Levern Belin may land at Liberty.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press has a cool time-lapse video look at the construction of Minnesota’s new football stadium. (WARNING: make sure you turn your sound down before playing. Trust me on this one.)