Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer
P.J. Fleck's message has made it all the way to Williamsport, PA, at the Little League World Series. (Note: this car had Michigan -- not Minnesota -- plates)
Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter
Washington activated TE Jordan Reed off PUP.
Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
USC coach Clay Helton seemed pretty pleased with how his offense looked during Saturday's scrimmage.
Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer
USC's final open scrimmage of training camp featured predominantly reserve players with the first-team offense playing just one series. Here are coach Clay Helton's thoughts on the day.
ESPN Stats and Information
There's 12 days left until the college football season! Barry Switzer's Oklahoma teams went 12-5 vs Nebraska when both schools entered the game ranked. That's the most such wins vs any team in the AP Poll Era.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Oklahoma freshman running back Kennedy Brooks will miss the season with a shoulder injury, coach Lincoln Riley said after the Sooners' scrimmage Saturday. Brooks was a four-star signee, but not expected to play much his first season, with Rodney Anderson, Marcelias Sutton and Abdul Adams ahead of him on the depth chart.
Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer
No surprise, but Texas coach Tom Herman said that while he hasn't yet named a starting QB, "if we had a game tomorrow, Shane Buechele would start." Longhorns face Maryland on Sept. 2.
Nigel Collins @NigelBoxing
Thought the PR judges were right to give dec. to Nate Green, but scored the Machado-Morales too wide. I had Machado, but close: 95-94.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Statement from Rich Rodriguez's attorney to ESPN in response to the lawsuit filed against him by his former agency alleging breach of contract: "Coach Rodriguez had an 'at-will' agency relationship with CAA that began in 2011. He paid CAA fees in excess of $280,000 through 2015, when he terminated the relationship. Rodriguez never entered in to a written contract with CAA, nor did he ever verbally agree to pay fees for any period after 2015." Rodriguez will fight this lawsuit "vigorously," his attorney said.
Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer
Chris Fallica makes it on the big screen, talking college football.