|Sooners WR Green-Beckham not eligible for 2014
Wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham will not be eligible to play for Oklahoma this season, the school announced Friday.
|Montana starting tackle to miss season
Montana left tackle John Schmaing will miss the 2014 season due to academic issues, the Big Sky Conference university announced Friday.
|Report: Wisconsin names McEvoy starting QB
Tanner McEvoy will reportedly be the starting quarterback for the 14th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers when the school kicks off its schedule Aug. 30 against 13th-ranked LSU.
|USC RB Madden dealing with turf toe injury
USC Trojans running back Tre Madden is going to be a game-time decision because of a turf toe injury for the school's season opener against Fresno State on August 30
|Holy Cross, New Hampshire set four matchups
The University of New Hampshire and the College of the Holy Cross announced on Friday their football teams will meet annually from 2016-19.
|In the FCS Huddle: First and 10 (predictions)
The countdown has been enthusiastically ramped up toward the start of the college football season.
|NCAA Football Preview -Utah Utes
Last year started off with plenty of promise, as the Utes were 4-2 through the first six games, with a stunning upset of Stanford (27-20) the highlight of the run. That win would end up being the biggest of the year for Utah, which went on to drop five straight games following the victory. Utah managed to end the year on a high note, outlasting Colorado, 24-17. However, it was not enough to warrant a bowl appearance.
|Dorm Report: Buckeyes prepare for life after Miller
The Ohio State Buckeyes held their collective breath earlier in the week after star quarterback Braxton Miller re-injured his right shoulder while attempting a short pass at practice.
|North Dakota, North Dakota State to resume series
Instate rivals North Dakota and North Dakota State will resume a longstanding football rivalry next year after it has been dormant since 2003.
|In the FCS Huddle: 2014 Missouri Valley Preview
In one way, all the pressure is on Klieman and his Bison program, which has won three straight FCS national titles, joining the 2005-07 Appalachian State teams as the only pair to do so.