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 Doctors Unclear If Tulane S Devon Walker Is Paralyzed

It's too soon to tell if Tulane safety Devon Walker will be paralyzed as the result of a spinal fracture he suffered while making a tackle, and the full extent of his injury may not be known for days, the team's doctor said Sunday.Dr. Greg Stewart, Tulane University's director of sports medicine, said Walker remained in stable condition in the intensive care until of St. Francis Hospital in... [Read More]
 Tulsa Senior WR Bryan Burnham Out For Season

Tulsa will be without its top wide receiver for the rest of the season after senior Bryan Burnham tore a ligament in his right knee in the season opener.

Coach Bill Blankenship announced after practice Tuesday night that an MRI showed that Burnham had torn the anterior cruciate ligament in his knee. Burnham had led all Golden Hurricane wide receivers last season with 54 catches... [Read More]
 Houston OC Mike Nesbitt Quits After Season-Opening Loss

Houston offensive coordinator Mike Nesbitt has resigned after the Cougars' 30-13 season-opening loss to Texas State.

Travis Bush, who was coaching the running backs, will assume play-calling duties and coach the team's quarterbacks. Director of player personnel Ken McClintock will take over for Bush in coaching the running backs.

The loss was the first regular-season... [Read More]
 Hurricane Issac Will Not Postpone Tulane's Game Against Rutgers

Despite the impact of Hurricane Isaac, Tulane's season opener with Rutgers will be played as scheduled Saturday night in New Orleans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.The decision to play, made Thursday morning, comes after the Superdome survived the storm with only superficial damage to surrounding signs, banners and landscaping.Superdome chief Doug Thornton has said the stadium never lost power... [Read More]
 Tulane LB Trent Mackey Suspended Indefinitely After Armed Robbery Arrest

Tulane senior linebacker Trent Mackey, who was named Conference USA's preseason Defensive Player of the Year, has been suspended indefinitely from the program following his arrest Friday for armed robbery for an incident he originally was deemed a victim in, according to a police report. Tulane released this statement Friday night regarding Mackey: "Trent Mackey, a senior... [Read More]
 Central Florida Cited With Lack Of Institutional Control

The University of Central Florida exhibited a lack of institutional control and was responsible for impermissible recruiting activities and extra benefits, according to a decision announced today by the Division I Committee on Infractions. The case centered on what the committee noted was an ever-increasing problem in college athletics today, namely the involvement of outside third parties with... [Read More]
 N. Texas, FIU, And La. Tech Set To Join C-USA

North Texas will leave the Sun Belt to join Conference USA, a source close to the program said Thursday. The source also said Louisiana Tech and Florida International will be joining the Mean Green in Conference USA, along with Texas-San Antonio, whose move was approved by the University of Texas System regents Thursday morning. Charlotte also appears set to join the C-USA, scheduling a news... [Read More]
 Mountain West And Confence USA To Form New Conference

The Mountain West and Conference USA will announce a newly named conference in what is being termed a new association, not a merger of the remaining existing members.The conference may start as early as 2013-14.The MWC/C-USA will have a regional/divisional makeup of the current membership of the two leagues and will likely include 18 to 24 universities.The two sides held a Sunday... [Read More]
 C-USA Board To Talk Merger

Conference USA's board of directors will meet later this week to discuss the possibility of a full-scale merger with the Mountain West Conference, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.The prospect of a merger was already on the meeting agenda, even before C-USA member Memphis was on the verge of joining the Big East, the source said.Memphis was officially invited into the Big... [Read More]
 Tulsa Hires Ross Parmley As Athletic Director

Tulsa has hired Ross Parmley as athletic director after serving in the role on an interim basis for the past three months.University president Steadman Upham announced Thursday that Parmley would take over the role vacated when Bubba Cunningham left to become the AD at North Carolina.Upham says Parmley has demonstrated his ability as a leader and administrator in several different roles at... [Read More]
 Former Missoouri QB Tyler Gabbert Going To UCF

Former Missouri quarterback Tyler Gabbert is headed to UCF, according to an Orlando Sentinel report.Gabbert redshirted at Missouri in 2010, and transferred after losing a quarterback battle to James Franklin the following spring. He originally chose Louisville, but left the team and didn't play in 2011. Instead, he worked on an associates degree in his hometown of St. Louis, according to the... [Read More]
 Memphis DT Dontari Poe Says He's Entering Draft

Memphis junior defensive tackle Dontari Poe will enter the NFL draft, he told ESPN college football reporter Joe Schad."It's time," said Poe, a Memphis native who is listed at 6-foot-5 and 350 pounds. He's rated No. 4 among junior defensive tackles by ESPN Insider and draft expert Mel Kiper Jr.Poe had 33 tackles in 2011, including 18 solo tackles and one sack, according to Memphis' team... [Read More]
 Sources Says Houston Will Keep Interim Head Coach Tony Levine

 Southern Miss Hires Ellis Johnson

Ellis Johnson, South Carolina's assistant head coach for the defense, has been hired as the next head coach at Southern Miss.The 59-year-old Johnson was introduced during a Tuesday press conference on campus. He has overseen the Gamecocks' defense for the past four seasons. South Carolina is ranked fourth nationally in total defense heading into the Capital One Bowl.It was not known if Johnson... [Read More]
 Houston Foundation Hit By Ponzi Scheme

A foundation that endows athletic scholarships at the University of Houston may have lost more than 40 percent of its listed assets because of investments in an alleged Ponzi scheme orchestrated by a financial adviser for college basketball coaches who committed suicide last summer.The losses incurred by the Houston Athletics Foundation could have financial implications for the university, which... [Read More]
 UCF Hires Auburn DC Ted Roof To Fill Same Position

Auburn defensive coordinator Ted Roof was named UCF's defensive coordinator on Thursday, reuniting with Knights coach George O'Leary. The announcement came a day after UCF officially accepted an invitation to join the Big East Conference. Roof was a member of O'Leary's staff at Georgia Tech from 1995 to 2001, spending his final three years there as defensive coordinator. O'Leary fired former... [Read More]
 Memphis To Name TCU Co-Offensive Coordinator Justin Fuente New Head Coach

TCU co-offensive coordinator Justin Fuente, whose name hadn't surfaced from the time the University of Memphis began its search for a new football coach more than a week ago, will be introduced as the program's 23rd football coach Thursday at a noon press conference at the U of M, according to sources familiar with the process. Fuente, 35, a 1999 Murray State graduate, will replace Larry Porter,... [Read More]
 UAB Hires Arkansas OC Garrick McGee To Coach Blazers

Arkansas offensive coordinator Garrick McGee has verbally accepted an offer to become UAB's coach, a source told ESPN Saturday. McGee is a former Oklahoma quarterback and Jacksonville Jaguars assistant. Arkansas' offense has blossomed the past two seasons under the guidance of McGee, and the Razorbacks made their first BCS bowl appearance last season. McGee has tutored players such as Ryan... [Read More]
 Memphis Fires Coach Larry Porter

Memphis has fired head coach Larry Porter after going 3-21 in two seasons leading his alma mater.The university announced Porter's dismissal Sunday morning in a release. Porter's firing came after Saturday's 44-7 loss at Southern Mississippi, leaving the Tigers 2-10 this season. Fan interest in the program has been diminishing, including an estimated 2,500 for the Tigers' home finale against... [Read More]
 Tulane Close To Finalizing Deal To Build A Stadium On Campus

For 31 years, Tulane University has been without a football stadium. Home games are played in the Superdome, but that may soon be changing. FOX 8 has learned that a deal for a new on-campus stadium is much closer to becoming a reality.Students say it wouldnít only be easier to attend games, it would also boost their school spirit giving the football team much needed support. FOX 8 has also... [Read More]
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