College Football

Vandy QB quits football over injuries, med school

Vanderbilt quarterback Patton Robinette said Friday he is walking away from football to enter medical school.

In the FCS Huddle: Maybe it's time to split up

The overall growth of super conferences across the FCS has gone largely unnoticed in the last decade.

Grambling State anxious to build on turnaround

Grambling State will kick off its 2015 schedule with a first-ever matchup at the University of California and play four times at home during an 11-game schedule.

Cal sets UC Davis, Cal Poly matchups

The University of California at Berkeley announced Wednesday a pair of future games against FCS opponents from the Big Sky Conference.

Indiana State to host six in 2015

Indiana State football will play six home games this season as it tries to build on its first FCS playoff appearance in 30 years.

Duquesne hopes to make run at NEC title, playoff bid

Duquesne's football program will play five of its 11 games at home while it tries to win the Northeast Conference championship this year.

Hampton seeks improvement under Maynor

Hampton will play five times at home as it tries to build off coach Connell Maynor's first season last year.

Jacksonville State finalizes 2015 schedule

Defending Ohio Valley Conference football champion Jacksonville State completed its 2015 schedule by changing one game and adding another.

Liberty, Southern Illinois set two-game series

Liberty will visit Southern Illinois for an FCS intersectional matchup on Sept. 26, finalizing the 2015 schedule for both teams on Monday.

In the FCS Huddle: Teams off the radar

Unless you're the Kentucky men or the UConn women, you don't have to win your final game in the NCAA basketball tournament for the season to be considered successful.

Panthers sign WR Boykin, claim OT Martin

The Carolina Panthers signed wide receiver Jarrett Boykin to a one-year contract and claimed offensive tackle Jonathan Martin off waivers on Friday.

White Sox claim Drabek off waivers

The Chicago White Sox claimed right-hander Kyle Drabek, a former top pitching prospect, off waivers from the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday.

Durant to have bone graft surgery, won't return this season

Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant won't return this season because of a foot injury and will instead undergo a bone graft procedure that will keep him sidelined for up to six months.

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