- Kansas Sports -
Still, that makes for a total of 13 wideouts who have been put into the game during the first two weeks of the season, which speaks both to the “earn it” mentality that head coach David Beaty has made the team’s mantra, as well as the readily available opportunities for players to make an impact regardless of where they sit on the depth chart at any given point in time.
- College Sports -
According to a Wednesday afternoon report from NJ.com, Rutgers coach Kyle Flood has been suspended three games and fined $50,000 after a university investigation found Flood responsible for rules violations and a string of off-the-field issues involving a few of his players.
Suspending Rutgers coach Kyle Flood for three games is a punishment, but it's not any kind of resolution. It merely kicks the can down the road.
Credit Rutgers for not waiting until after the PSU game to bench Flood. Plus, it's a shame Nebraska and Miami aren't playing in the Orange Bowl.
Today on Outside the Lines, Bob Ley and guests discuss recent off-field issues surrounding the Rutgers football program.
New Mexico State moved into the Bottom 10 lead by beating previous No. 1 Georgia State; Arkansas takes the No. 5 spot. (Mr. Ed says: Jayhawks at #3.)
CBS Sports senior columnist Dennis Dodd takes a closer look at Baylor's lacking investigation into Sam Ukwuachu and what schools can do to mitigate risky player and coach acquisitions.
- Professional Sports -
Why Peyton Manning's issue under pressure, an emerging elite tight end and the efficient Jamaal Charles will help the Chiefs counter the Broncos excellent pass rush and cornerback tandem.
- Video of the Day -
Magician Mat Franco pulls off some amazing stuff with Gronk's phone.