The Bernstein Brief: A College Coach Sets A Good ExampleWestern Michigan football coach P.J. Fleck acted swiftly after players were arrested on felony charges.
Jim Harbaugh Criticizes Colin Kaepernick, Then BackpedalsKaepernick is at the center of controversy after choosing to sit during the national anthem in a form of protest over racial injustice in America.
Unlike Most Schools, Illinois Banks On Lovie Smith's NFL ApproachSmith insists that coaching college football at Illinois hasn't been much different than what he grew accustomed to as coach of the Bears and Buccaneers.
The Bernstein Brief: Get Tim Beckman Away From College Football PlayersBeckman was brought on to the North Carolina staff as a volunteer assistant.
Report: Tim Beckman Is Now A Volunteer Assistant Coach At North CarolinaBeckman was fired by Illinois last August when an investigation concluded he mistreated players.
Notre Dame's Devin Butler Charged With FeloniesButler has been charged with felony counts of resisting law enforcement and battery against a public safety official.
Bernstein: Why Has Notre Dame Not Dismissed Devin Butler?There's rising concern among those above Brian Kelly that the decision regarding Butler may need to be revisited.
Five Notre Dame Football Players Arrested For Marijuana And Handgun PossessionFive men were arrested Friday night in Peru, Ind. for possession of marijuana. Three of the men are also facing a charge for possession of a handgun without a license.
2016 Big Ten West Preview: A Hawkeyes Repeat?Kirk Ferentz's group surprised many last season as it ran off an undefeated regular season before losing its last two. Can the Hawkeyes win the West once again?
Gruen: Little Learned At Media Days, But Lovie Smith Flashes His Polish, Doesn't Embarrass IlliniThere’s a more capable face leading the Illinois program now.
Iowa Football Player Mistaken For Robber While Playing 'Pokemon Go,' Held At Gunpoint By PoliceFaith Ekakitie writes on Facebook that he feared for his life Wednesday in Iowa City.
At Republican Pro-Life Lunch, Lou Holtz Attacks Chicago Gang ViolenceFormer Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz, speaking at a pro-life luncheon Tuesday as part of the Republican National Convention, said he has traveled to war zones without fear.

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