Thirsty Thursday starts early with these six college football stories from around the country.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban announced Wednesday the hiring of Mario Cristobal as Alabama's offensive line coach and assistant head coach.
The Florida Gators experienced a considerable bump in Will Muschamp's second season, going from 7-6 in 2011 to 11-2 in 2012 with a berth in a BCS bowl game.
The University of Colorado presented a $170 million proposal to upgrade the Buffaloes' football facilities to the board of regents at its monthly meeting Wednesday.
When the University of Miami is more sympathetic than your organization, you have issues.
Louisville defensive line coach Clint Hurtt received a notice of allegations from the NCAA.
“It’s the equivalent of this: We have a speed limit for a reason,” Jones said. “We may not like the speed limit, but you never hear the law enforcement agencies say, ‘We can’t enforce it, so we’re just going to do away with the speed limit.’ ”
Jones isn’t the only coach to criticize the rule changes.
Big Ten coaches and athletic directors issued a statement last week expressing “serious concerns whether these proposals, as currently written, are in the best interest of high school student-athletes, their families and their coaches.”