The college football season is here. Every week, different news and notes will pop up, which will affect what happens on the field and off it. Here are the college football week 11 news and notes.
USF Fires Head Coach Jeff Scott
After starting the season at 1-8, USF has fired head coach Jeff Scott. He was 4-26 overall in three seasons with the school.
San Diego State Expected to Join the Pac-12
According to Dan Patrick, San Diego State is expected to join the Pac-12 in an announcement that could come later this week. After USC and UCLA leave, San Diego State would bring the number of Pac-12 teams up to 11.
Clemson Defensive End Xavier Thomas Out for Season
Clemson defensive end Xavier Thomas is out for the season with a foot injury. He has two tackles for loss and two sacks this season in three games played.
Coastal Carolina QB Grayson McCall Out 3-6 Weeks
Coastal Carolina quarterback and two-time Sun Belt Player of the Year Grayson McCall will be out three to six weeks with a foot injury. He suffered in during week 10 against Appalachian State.
Other News and Notes
- LSU was fined $250k for storming the field after beating Alabama. They were also fined $250k after storming the field following their defeat of Ole Miss.
- Nebraska has suspended safety Myles Farmer following a DUI arrest.
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