Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts, who lost his starting job to Tua Tagovailoa after leading the Crimson Tide to a national championship in 2016, announced on The Players' Tribune on Wednesday that he will transfer to Oklahoma.
Mike Locksley, who went from being Maryland's offensive coordinator to its interim head coach for the past seven weeks after coach Randy Edsall was fired, interviewed for Edsall's old job Monday, a source familiar with the process said.
Things have been quiet in College Park the past couple of weeks regarding the search for fired football coach Randy Edsall's successor. Athletic director Kevin Anderson, whose own legacy with the Terps will certainly be tied to this hire, has declined to discuss who he might be looking at since saying on the day of Edsall's firing that Maryland wanted a coach "to excite the fan base." Many names have surfaced in a variety of media outlets, a few that seem to have validity and others that appear
Maryland (33-2) advanced to Monday night's Spokane Region final with a, 65-55, victory over former Atlantic Coast Conference rival Duke Saturday afternoon. No. 2 seed Tennessee (30-5) erased a 17-point deficit with 6:34 left in regulation to force overtime and emerge with a 73-69 win against No. 11 seed Gonzaga.
Should Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel be taunted by the Cincinnati Bengals defense during his first NFL start Sunday, the former Heisman Trophy winner says he's now better equipped to maintain his composure.
Some sports name three stars of the game after the game. I'll do that one better: I'm going to name them before the Ravens even play. These will be the three stars of the game when the Ravens (1-1) travel to Cleveland for a third straight division matchup against the 1-1 Browns.
Wootton's Class of 2016 wide receiver Trevon Diggs has early offers from Maryland, North Carolina State, Nebraska, North Carolina and Virginia, with his most recent tender caming from a Big Ten Conference program.
It was during his first few weeks in Baltimore that Smith called Jimmy Patsos at Loyola about a job. The coaching staff was filled — as were the staffs of Gary Williams at Maryland and Pat Kennedy at Towson, who Smith also went to see. Smith spent the year as a substitute teacher in Baltimore County while also helping longtime basketball coach Bill Nelson at Division III Johns Hopkins.
The Ravens have done well in the past taking calculated gambles on players with legal issues. That includes former NFL Defensive Player of the Year outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, who was facing an felony aggravated assault case in Arizona when the Ravens drafted him 10th overall in the first round of the 2003 NFL draft. The case was later dismissed.