College football: No. 23 Utah holds off Arizona, 30-24 – Los Angeles Times

Chris Hart recovered a fumble by Arizona quarterback Brandon Dawkins at Utah‘s 20-yard line with 2:33 left, preserving the 23rd-ranked Utes’ 30-24 victory Friday night in Tucson, Ariz., in the Pac-12 Conference opener for both schools. Utah (4-0) led throughout and was up 30-17 late in the fourth quarter, but Dawkins threw a 30-yard TD […]

Rutgers Failed to Monitor Football Program, NCAA Finds – New York Times

“These violations share the common thread of Rutgers and individuals not grasping the importance of adhering to institutional policies and compounding problems by further noncompliance with N.C.A.A. legislation,” the committee wrote in its decision. Rutgers failed to monitor its football program over a five-year period: https://t.co/upEMn1VGXu — Inside the NCAA (@InsidetheNCAA) Sept. 22, 2017 The […]

Nebraska Football’s Enduring Identity Crisis – The Ringer (blog)

Nebraska Football’s Enduring Identity Crisis – The Ringer (blog)

There’s an old saying that only two things matter to the people in Nebraska: the weather and the Cornhuskers. My dad grew up on a farm near Hastings, a small town about a hundred miles west of Lincoln on Interstate 80. He was two years behind Tom Osborne, the legendary Nebraska head football coach, at […]

Rutgers gets probation for failing to monitor football program – ESPN

2:19 PM ET Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment Rutgers was punished with two years of probation, among other sanctions, after the NCAA Committee on Infractions ruled Friday that the university failed to monitor its football program and that former coach Kyle Flood took “a casual approach” to NCAA rules during his tenure. […]

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