Former Michigan tight end Ian Bunting finds new home for 2018

Former Michigan tight end Ian Bunting announced in late January that he would leave the program as a grad transfer, seeking to use up his remaining year of college eligibility elsewhere. Bunting on Tuesday made it public that he will finish out his collegiate career on the west coast, at the University of California at … Read more

Top 2017 recruit and Michigan target Najee Harris to formally commit on Saturday

The No. 1 high school football prospect for the class of 2017 has made his decision… or at least a decision on when he will make the real decision. No. 1 recruit, running back Najee Harris (Antioch, CA) has set a firm deadline, and it’s down to three teams. Najee Harris Will Commit On Jan. 7 … Read more

5 for 5: Top 5 Plays from Week 5 of College Football

Week 5 brought with it a sense of real purpose. Three top-10 matchups were played and many teams showed whether they were really pretenders or competitors. Michigan and Wisconsin duked it out in Ann Arbor, Clemson and Louisville had an ACC shootout, and Washington shut down one of the best players in the country. Things … Read more

W2W4: Hawaii, California kick off the 2016 CFB season in Australia

College football is officially back, Nation. Cue the breath of fresh air and sigh of relief that America’s sport has returned to the forefront. However, oddly enough, game one of the 2016-17 slate will take place outside of the United State borders, Down Under in Australia. Yes, on Friday, the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors and California Golden Bears … Read more

NCAA Tournament Preview – South Region

[tps_header]Excluding the minor technical mistakes made by the tournament selection committee regarding seeding of teams and slotting said teams in certain regionals, the South portion of the bracket features the No. 1 overall seed in the 2016 NCAA Tournament – the Kansas Jayhawks. Some are already speculating that the Jayhawks and head coach Bill Self could very … Read more

Conference Tournament Preview – Pac-12

[tps_header]If there is a basketball conference as unpredictable as any, it could very well be the Pac-12 conference. In the Associated Press’ preseason rankings for the 2015-16 season, one would see just three teams from the Conference of Champions ranked in the top 25 – Arizona at No. 12, California at No. 14, and Utah … Read more

University of Cal admits to liability in 2014 death of Ted Agu

In 2014, the death of Ted Agu came as a saddening surprise to the California Golden Bears football team. Recent developments in the ongoing lawsuit between Agu’s parents and the University of California have revealed a sobbering truth; the athletic department knew of Agu’s sickle cell trait, a blood condition that added to Agu’s death, but … Read more