Duke edge rusher Chris Rumph II is one of several under-the-radar college football players primed for a big 2020 season.
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- Big Ten going to conference-only slate this fall
- Iowa reduces budget by $15M because of virus
- Wadley: Playing for Iowa 'was a living nightmare'
- LB Doyle, son of ex-Iowa assistant, joining Baylor
Big Ten athletic directors and presidents have decided on moving to a conference-only model for all fall sports, including football.
The Iowa athletic department on Tuesday announced budget reductions of about $15 million for the upcoming fiscal year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
It's anyone's guess whether the college football season will stick to its script, but if it does, here are the most important games for each of the Top 25 teams.
Former Iowa running back Akrum Wadley on Monday detailed several allegations of mistreatment by current and former Hawkeyes coaches, writing that "playing for Iowa Football was a living nightmare."
These players from college football's Top 25 teams have gone largely under the radar, but that could change this season.
Iowa linebacker Dillon Doyle, the son of former Hawkeyes strength coach Chris Doyle, has announced he is transferring to Baylor.
Trevor Lawrence, Dylan Moses and Matt Barkley are among the college football recruits who entered their freshman seasons with high expectations.
Maryland head coach Mike Locksley joins Kevin Negandhi to discuss empowering the young men on his team, getting a second chance at head coaching, health protocols on campus, being transparent with recruits and the latest with Taulia Tagovailoa's waiver (18:33). Plus, Adam Rittenberg and Kevin get into players speaking their minds publicly, Mike Gundy's relationships at Oklahoma State and if coaches will continue to take players seriously as the season gets closer (1:23).
A new season, a new roster rife with talent. But who's the most exciting player on each team? Here's a look at what our experts think.
Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack kick off the podcast talking about the college football players finding their voices and how it's playing out in places like Iowa and Clemson. Then, Florida head coach Dan Mullen joins the guys to discuss being apart from his team, the message to his team amidst the pandemic and protests following George Floyd's death, and what to expect from the Gators in the fall (12:49). Later, Paul Finebaum on why football coaches need greater accountability and refusing to walk back his comments that Nick Saban's window is closing (34:04).
Chris Doyle is out as Iowa's strength and conditioning coach following allegations of racially biased behavior.
Iowa defensive back Jack Koerner was transported to the hospital with serious, non-life-threatening injuries after a watercraft accident Friday in Missouri.
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz admits he had a "blind spot" in not spotting problems that made black players feel mistreated or uncomfortable in his program, but he expects things to change moving forward.
Iowa sophomore linebacker Dillon Doyle, son of longtime Hawkeyes strength and conditioning coach Chris Doyle, who was placed on leave last week, announced Tuesday that he is entering the transfer portal.
Bomani Jones discusses Roger Goodell's video responding to George Floyd's murder and shares why there is an opportunity for him to repair his legacy should he choose to do it (1:16). Also, why Kirk Ferentz's lack of fame may have allowed some truly problematic issues to go under the radar at Iowa (22:06) and why nobody should have wanted to fight Bruce Lee after the 30 for 30 on his life "Be Water" has aired (38:49). To wrap things up an IYHH including Democrats wearing "Kente" cloth at Capitol Hill (47:29) and your voicemails from when someone went cheap on you like Virgil Abloh.
Former Iowa defensive back Diauntae Morrow on Monday detailed an alleged 2009 altercation with strength and conditioning coach Chris Doyle that he thinks underscored a program environment where he and other black players often felt "alienated."
Iowa says only one person out of 237 tested positive for the coronavirus as athletes and employees return to campus.
Iowa strength coach Chris Doyle, who was put on administrative leave Saturday after former players voiced negative experiences under his supervision, said Sunday in a statement that "there have been statements made about my behavior that are not true."