College football news

National college football news headlines updated throughout the day, every day, from around SB Nation's network of college sports blogs.

Oklahoma RB Mixon suspended for season

Mixon allegedly knocked out a woman in an altercation last Friday.

Connor Kruse out Indefinitely with Knee Injury


The starter at right guard will be out for a good period of time, but not the whole season.

Danny Etling Named Starting Purdue Quarterback

Winner, and still champion.

DT Aaron Curry to transfer to Oklahoma.


The Huskers lose another player to transfer, as a one time starting DT will be leaving Lincoln to head south.

Ricky Town Signed, Sealed and Delivered


It's not technically official, but Ricky Town signed some important documentation to secure his stakes as USC's biggest quarterback commit in the 2015 recruiting class.

Report: Redshirt frosh G Rami Hammad to transfer

The Horns may lose one of the heralded recruits in the 2013 offensive line class.

Benito Jones Commits to Ole Miss


Benito Jones, the top defensive lineman in Mississippi for the 2016 class, decommitted from Alabama and flipped to Ole Miss this weekend, per 247Sports.

AP Poll: Florida State near unanimous No. 1


Alabama, Oregon and Oklahoma follow the Seminoles, each receiving one first place vote.

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