Louisville's Kemari Averett Arrested For Putting Gun To Girlfriend's Head, Threatening To Kill Her

Louisville sophomore tight end Kemari Averett was suspended from the team today after being arrested and charged with first-degree wanton endangerment and fourth-degree assault. Averett is accused of grabbing his girlfriend’s hair, putting a gun to her head, and threatening to kill her because he thought she had…

Maryland Football Parents Are Organizing Against "Narcissistic Sociopath" DJ Durkin's Potential Reinstatement

Nicole Auerbach of The Athletic has a lengthy report today on the status of the University of Maryland’s ongoing investigation into suspended head coach D.J. Durkin, his toxic football program, and the death of Jordan McNair. That investigation should reportedly be wrapping up soon, and despite all the nasty details…

Text Messages Show Bill Self Working With Shady Adidas Consultant To Recruit Player

The federal government’s wire fraud case against Christian Dawkins, Merl Code, and James Gatto for allegedly using Adidas’ money to pay college basketball recruits is nearing its conclusion, as the District Court judge in charge of the case reportedly told the jury today that deliberations could begin as early as…

Report: Untrained Pac-12 Exec Was Allowed To Reverse Controversial Targeting Penalty

According to internal documents obtained by Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel, a Pac-12 executive who is not a trained official put his thumb on the scale and personally overruled what should have been a targeting penalty. On the final play of the third quarter of Washington State’s Sep. 21 loss to USC, WSU linebacker Logan…

Report: Adidas Allegedly Funneled Money To Families Of DeAndre Ayton And Dennis Smith Jr.

The more reports you read from the ongoing wire fraud case against three Adidas representatives, the more it becomes obvious that the world of basketball recruiting is churning with cash, such that the only reason anyone inside of it could conceivably resist paying college athletes officially is to protect a lot of…

Brian Bowen's Dad Describes Black Market Payments For Top Recruits At Every Level Of "Amateur" Basketball

Brian Bowen’s dad testified Thursday in the federal criminal trial of agent Christian Dawkins, Adidas executive James Gatto, and former Adidas operative Merl Code, who are accused of committing felony wire fraud as part of the FBI’s massive investigation of corruption in basketball recruiting. Bowen Sr. described…

Report: Crowdfunding Drives For College Football Player In Critical Condition Shut Down Over Fear Of NCAA Violations

Tennessee State sophomore Christion Abercrombie suffered a devastating head injury in the first half of his team’s loss to Vanderbilt Saturday. According to Tennessee State head coach Rod Reed, Abercrombie suffered the injury while “taking on a block” during an otherwise typical football play, and came to the sideline…

Mike Gundy's Weekly Phone Call With The Press Got Hacked And The Audio Is Wonderful

Last week, Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy went and shot himself in the dick when he attempted to smother any stories about the transfer of receiver Jalen McCleskey by threatening to revoke access from any reporters who asked about McCleskey. On Monday, during his weekly Big 12 coaches call with reporters, some…

Report: Maryland Football Lived Up To Its "Toxic Culture" Label

While an investigative report into Maryland’s football culture is still forthcoming, the Washington Post spoke with former and current players, as well as the mother of two former Terrapins who left the program, in order to assess what the investigation’s final outcome might be; based on their reporting, it doesn’t…

Nebraska Found Rock Bottom Against Michigan, Then Kept Digging

In Nebraska head coach Scott Frost’s third game leading his alma mater, the Huskers didn’t just get “whipped,” as Frost put it after the game. No, what happened to Nebraska was several levels of sadistic torture below that, and as of now, despite what Frost or the Huskers athletic director or Larry The Cable Guy would…