A judge sentenced Saints defensive end Carl Granderson to six months in jail Thursday after rejecting the terms of his plea agreement on sexual assault charges.
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A search for Wyoming football recruit Naphtali Moimoi has been called off, after the 18-year-old was knocked off a boogie board by a wave last Thursday.
- Rookie Saints DE sentenced to 6 months in jail
- Wyoming recruit presumed drowned in California
- Clemson WR Renfrow wins award as top walk-on
- Wyoming suspends star DT after altercation
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer
Source: Kansas State is hiring Wyoming's Scottie Hazelton as its new defensive coordinator. Hazelton held the same position with Wyoming the past two seasons and also held coordinator roles at Nevada and North Dakota State. He replaces Ted Monachino, who spent only weeks in the role before leaving to join the Chicago Bears coaching staff.
Clemson wide receiver Hunter Renfrow, a key contributor for four years for the Tigers, was named winner of the Burlsworth Trophy, which goes to the top player in college football who began as a walk-on.
Police responded to a report of harassment at 9:46 a.m. local time on Friday, and issued the summons to Wyoming defensive tackle Youhanna Ghaifan based on information gathered at the scene.
Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer
Josh Allen has the highest-ceiling of the 2018 QB class. Size in the pocket, arm talent and the mobility to make off-scheduled plays. However, Allen is still raw on tape and needs time to develop his overall game. Upside pick here for the Bills.
The Buffalo Bills selected quarterback Josh Allen with the No. 7 overall pick in the NFL draft after trading up five spots with Tampa Bay to get the Wyoming star.
Potential No. 1 draft pick Josh Allen says he is taking responsibility for some tweets -- made public Wednesday night -- that he wrote as a high schooler.
Rocket arm. Freakish talent. The Wyoming quarterback could be a superstar. But Allen has flaws that stand out from the usual top draft pick.
The former Penn State running back was the star, but he wasn't the only 2018 prospect who stood out in workouts. Our draft experts break down how the best prospects fared, which under-the-radar prospects are rising, and more.
With workouts for the top NFL draft prospects about to kick off in Indianapolis, ESPN experts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay make a few predictions and pick out players to watch.
It's a quarterback-heavy top 25 in Mel Kiper's latest ranking of prospects for this year's draft. Baker Mayfield and Josh Allen are in. The latest position rankings are updated, too.