College football is now in season. With the more weeks that go on, more news and notes will be put together. Here are some of the things happening around the sport of college football heading into week 14.
Greg Schiano Will not Return to Rutgers
Source: Greg Schiano and Rutgers could not come to an agreement about him becoming next head coach there.
— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) November 24, 2019
After initial interest from both sides, Greg Schiano and Rutgers were not able to reach a deal. Reportedly, Schiano wanted more than Rutgers was willing to give.
Tony Sanchez Fired at UNLV
The Runnin’ Rebels will be in search of a new coach, as Sanchez will be fired after five seasons with the team. He went 19-40 in his five years and will coach the regular-season finale. UNLV is 3-8 this season.
Bob Davie and New Mexico to Part Ways
New Mexico, Bob Davie mutually agree to part ways after season. Davie was 35-63 in eight seasons with Lobos
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) November 26, 2019
New Mexico and head coach Bob Davie have agreed to part ways after the season. He had a 35-63 record with the Lobos in eight seasons and made two bowl games, winning one. Davie will coach the last game of the regular season before departing. The Lobos are 2-9 on the season.
NCAA Upholds Missouri’s Bowl Ban
Missouri specifically pointed out the discrepancies in penalties levied against it and Mississippi State for extremely similar infractions while also noting that it cooperated with all NCAA inquiries and admitted an NCAA violation took place. https://t.co/4p9QlDs1s4
— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) November 27, 2019
Missouri was banned from the postseason for a tutor admitting to doing school work for football players. They appealed the ruling, but it was upheld. The Tigers could’ve been bowl eligible with a win over Arkansas this weekend.
This will be updated up until week 14 kicks off!
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