COLLEGE FOOTBALL

COLLEGE FOOTBALL OFF-SEASON BRINGS CONTROVERSY

University of Michigan police are reportedly investigating a series of threats made apparently towards Jim Harbaugh through the Twitter account with the name of a football player on Michigan’s 2017 roster. By Nick Bromberg

Jim Harbaugh is entering his fourth season as Michigan’s coach. (Getty)

For the first time in a decade, Jim McElwain isn’t in charge of an offense or a full team, and the new Michigan assistant coach said he’s content to be learning in the background this spring. By Dan Murphy, ESPN Staff Writer

New Michigan wide receivers coach Jim McElwain had previously served as head coach of Florida and Colorado State. Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Tallahassee police reportedly believed Deondre Francois was selling marijuana when they searched his apartment last week. The Orlando Sentinel obtained the search warrant police used when they looked through Francois’ residence on Thursday. The warrant came after a late February tip led them to go through his garbage four times in the interim. By Nick Bromberg

Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois (12) was cited for marijuana possession a week ago. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

In general, it’s best to go with the concept of The Field when looking ahead to any sort of a way-early Heisman analysis, but that’s no fun – at least until it’s time to figure out who are the best guys who belong in that field. By 

There’s not a whole lot to take away from most spring football games – the goal is to always make sure no one gets hurt. However, when it comes to the quarterback battles, they set the tone for the fall camps. Here’s the deal with five of the biggest ones after the April 14 games. By 

Penn State’s White Out game is one of the most fearsome annual traditions in college football. According to Penn State, at least. he Lions announced today that their Sept. 29 home tilt with Ohio State will be this year’s White Out game. By Zach Barnett

After beginning the 2017 season as a starting quarterback in the SEC, Quinten Dormady will start the upcoming season in a whole other conference. Taking to social media, this time via Instagram instead of Twitter, Dormady announced Tuesday night via a photo of himself in a Houston uniform that he will be continuing his collegiate playing career with the Cougars. By John Taylor

GAINESVILLE, FL – SEPTEMBER 16: Quinten Dormady #12 of the Tennessee Volunteers lthrows the football in the first half of their game against the Florida Gators at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on September 16, 2017 in Gainesville, Florida. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

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