Clemson -- surprise! -- is the head of the class in the ACC, with many teams facing an offeason of transition.
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Linebacker Jonathan Greenard, who missed most of this past season at Louisville due to a wrist injury, has enrolled at Florida as a graduate transfer.
- Former Louisville LB Greenard enrolls at Florida
- Satterfield adds Ledford, Holt as assistants
- Louisville names App State's Satterfield coach
- Arrest made in threat to burn down Brohm's HS
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Source: Oregon outside linebackers coach Cort Dennison is headed back to Louisville as the team's co-defensive coordinator. He'll also work with the linebackers. Football Scoop first reported the move. Dennison is among the nation's best recruiters and served as Louisville's recruiting coordinator and inside linebackers coach.
The SEC has busted the curve at the midterm point with three teams earning A-plus grades.
Louisville coach Scott Satterfield has hired Dwayne Ledford as offensive coordinator and line coach and Stu Holt to lead the Cardinals' tight ends and special teams.
Louisville has hired Appalachian State's Scott Satterfield as the Cardinals' new football coach, replacing the fired Bobby Petrino. Satterfield's high-scoring Mountaineers have won three straight Sun Belt titles.
A Louisville man was arrested Thursday afternoon after confessing to tweeting messages related to burning down Trinity High School.
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel & Adam Rittenberg close the loop on some coaching news (1:35), discuss Mike Leach's gripes with the CFP Selection Committee (8:10), the ramifications of Championship Weekend (17:15) and more. Plus, Phil Steele's picks (32:22), "Talk Nerdy To Me" (44:15), Walk-Ons (50:52) and Extra Points (59:41).
Where do the Cardinals turn now that Jeff Brohm has decided to stay at Purdue? And an SEC name surfaces in Boulder.
St. Matthews Police were notified of an alleged threat that was made against Trinity High School in Louisville, Kentucky, after football coach Jeff Brohm's decision to turn down the University of Louisville and instead remain at Purdue University.
Jeff Brohm will remain head coach at Purdue after meeting with his alma mater about the same job at Louisville.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
BREAKING: Jeff Brohm is staying at Purdue after considering the Louisville job. Statement from Brohm: "This has been a very difficult and emotional decision for me and my family. We are extremely happy at Purdue and thankful for the opportunity to lead this program. After intense and thorough discussion, I believe it is important to finish the building process we have begun and honor the commitment I made to our football program, players, and recruits. While going home was very appealing and meaningful to me, the timing was not ideal. I believe that remaining at Purdue is the right thing to do, and I am excited for the challenges ahead."
After brief reaction to the latest CFP rankings (1:53), Adam Rittenberg, Chris Low & Ryan McGee discuss the latest coaching developments and rumors around the country (7:10). Plus, coaching related Walk-Ons questions (40:46).
Purdue coach Jeff Brohm, who grew up in Louisville and played quarterback for the Cardinals, met with Cardinals athletic director Vince Tyra about the school's coaching vacancy on Tuesday, sources confirmed to ESPN.
No surprise here: Michigan earned the final No. 5 spot of the season after getting blown out by Ohio State. But who landed the historic No. 1 ranking?
ADs and agents discuss why schools get in so deep, including Louisville owing Petrino $14.1 million or Gus Malzahn's $32 million buyout.