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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

College Football

Steve Sarkisian giving most of USC playcalling duties to OC Clay Helton

Steve Sarkisian is going to delegate a little bit more this season. Entering his second season as head coach of the Trojans, Sark told reporters Saturday that he will hand the majority of playcalling duties to offensive coordinator Clay Helton. Clay Helton will assume more of the offensive play-calling responsibilities, so @CoachSark can focus more…Read More

JT Barrett voted captain for Ohio State by teammates

J.T. Barrett was voted one of the six captains of the reigning national champion Ohio State Buckeyes, the team announced Friday. Joining Barrett as a captain are Braxton Miller, Jacoby Boren, Taylor Decker, Josh Perry and Tyvis Powell. Proud to announce the Captains of the 2015 Buckeyes. Incredible honor! — Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer) August…Read More

Cam Cameron battling prostate cancer

LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron is battling prostate cancer and has already begun treatment, the Baton Rouge Advocate reports. The Advocate says that until now, only some LSU fans and employees knew about the diagnosis. They were asked to keep it quiet. Cameron, 54, says he already underwent a procedure and has been given a…Read More

Vernon Adams named starting quarterback for Oregon Ducks

Vernon Adams wasted no time claiming the starting quarterback job at Oregon. The graduate transfer was listed as the starter when the Ducks’ depth chart for the season opener against Eastern Washington on Sept. 5 was released Friday. Oregon's first depth chart — Andrew Greif (@AndrewGreif) August 28, 2015 The funny twist to the…Read More

Virginia Tech under scrutiny over fine system for football players

Virginia Tech’s football program is under scrutiny for imposing an apparent fine system as discipline for its players. The system came to light on Wednesday night when Hokies defensive coordinator Bud Foster told the media they would look into fining players. “We’re going to look at doing that. Some people got in trouble for getting…Read More

Paul Petrino reportedly took care of shoplifting incident involving players

Several University of Idaho football players stole nearly $400 worth of clothing from the campus store earlier this month, but it sounds like they were fortunate enough to avoid legal trouble after their coach bailed them out. According to a police report that was obtained by the Moscow-Pullman Daily News, VandalStore manager Scott McDonald contacted…Read More

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