From the Husker Athletic Department regarding Head Bowling Coach Bill Straub:
On January 9, Head Coach Bill Straub had successful emergency surgery for an aortic dissection. He is taking a leave of absence indefinitely pending his full recovery.
Coach Straub, his wife Kim and daughter Meghan would like to thank the many well wishes and prayers that have been sent their way.
Coach Straub is confident that the team's development to this point, along with Interim Head Coach Klempa's leadership, will help the Huskers continue to successfully move forward.
We here at CN wish Coach Straub a speedy recovery!
Minnesota Football: Andre McDonald Transferring to UW-River Falls - The Daily Gopher
The Gophers lose their third player in the past week to transfer, though this one is a little less surprising.
Jack Swarbrick Makes it Official - Under Armour is the New Supplier for Notre Dame Athletics - One Foot Down
Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick and UA CEO Kevin Plank announce a 10 year partnership at a press conference in South Bend on Tuesday morning.
Manny Diaz, New Louisiana Tech Defensive Coordinator - Barking Carnival
Manny is moving on to re-establish his coaching bona fides.
The Blazers are dipping down into the FCS level to find their replacement for Garrick McGee, per multiple outlets.
Dan Rubenstein and Bud Elliott review the recruiting class of 2014's best tight ends, offensive linemen, and defensive linemen.
Let's take the top two conferences in the land and square them off against the rest of the country.
He was an All-Pro running back. He became a serial rapist.
This week's longform.
Northwestern running back Venric Mark granted fifth year of eligibility by Big Ten | Dr. Saturday - Yahoo Sports
After a promising 4-0 start, Northwestern ended its 2013 season by losing seven of its last eight games to finish 5-7, but the Wildcats received some good news Tuesday heading into the 2014 campaign. The school announced that standout running back Venric Mark would get another year....
The Ohio State freshman tight end has found himself in legal hot water again, thanks to an underage consumption charge.
Though officially unconfirmed, James Franklin's staff is reportedly in place. Here's a look at who should be on the sidelines come fall.
A little more than a month removed from his stint recovering USC's mojo following the disastrous Lane Kiffin era, Coach O remains a man without a team. "You should have gotten the job," former Miami, North Carolina and Cleveland Browns coach Butch Davis said loud enough for dozens within earshot to hear as he shook Orgeron's hand. "You really should have."
Coach O didn't get the job because he doesn't fit the mold of a Southern California dude. Like many people, I find Orgeron intriguing, more because of Bruce Feldman's Meat Market than what he did at USC.