NCAAF

10:05 AM ET Indiana football coach Tom Allen has agreed to a new seven-year contract through the 2027 season that will pay him an average salary of $4.9 million per year, the school announced Monday. Allen, who was signed through the 2026 season, had an additional year added to his contract after Indiana’s Gator Bowl
0 Comments
8:38 PM ET Kansas has placed head football coach Les Miles on administrative leave and the university will conduct a full review to determine the appropriate next steps on his future, Jayhawks athletic director Jeff Long said in a statement Friday night. The decision came after reports into Miles’ conduct while he coached at LSU
0 Comments
3:16 PM ET Former LSU athletic director Joe Alleva recommended in 2013 that Les Miles be fired as head coach of the football program after accusations of inappropriate behavior with female student workers, according to a scathing investigative report released on Friday that detailed systemic failures by LSU to appropriately report incidents of athletic-related sexual
0 Comments
5:04 PM ET The Tennessee Volunteers have notified former interim head football coach Kevin Steele that he will not be retained on Josh Heupel’s staff but will receive his full $900,000 salary over the next two years after less than two months on the job. Steele was hired by Tennessee on Jan. 12 as a
0 Comments
3:19 PM ET Associated Press STORRS, Conn. — The University of Connecticut announced Friday that it has agreed to two-year contract extensions for men’s basketball coach Dan Hurley and football coach Randy Edsall. The terms of both deals remain the same, the school said. Edsall’s contract, which was to expire in December, now runs through
0 Comments
5:56 PM ET A 2013 internal investigation accused former LSU coach Les Miles of inappropriate behavior toward female students, but did not find that Miles had sexual relationships with any of the women, according to a USA Today report on Thursday. Citing the investigation, USA Today reported that Miles was accused of “texting female students,
0 Comments
4:49 PM ET Associated Press Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder will step down this summer after 16 years and will be replaced by deputy AD Chad Weiberg. Oklahoma State said Thursday the moves will be effective July 1. Holder, 72, took over in 2005. During his tenure, significant upgrades to T. Boone Pickens Stadium
0 Comments
3:15 PM ET Georgia State athletic director Charlie Cobb will serve a one-year term on the College Football Playoff selection committee in place of Terry Mohajir, who is no longer on the committee after leaving Arkansas State to become the athletic director at UCF. Because Mohajir was nominated by the Sun Belt conference but is
0 Comments