2018 SeasonAll times ET
- Former longtime SEC commish Slive dies at 77
- Ex-Aggie CB Harvey transferring to South Carolina
- Spurrier joins Alliance of American Football
- Gamecocks hire ex-RB Lattimore as assistant
Former SEC commissioner Mike Slive has died at 77. Few people had a bigger hand in shaping the modern era of college football.
Former SEC commissioner Mike Slive, who led the league to unprecedented success both on and off the field and managed its growth from a regional conference to national giant during his 13-year tenure, died Wednesday at age 77.
Cornerback Nick Harvey, who missed Texas A&M's 2017 season because of a knee injury, announced Wednesday that he's transferring to South Carolina. He said in March that he was leaving Texas A&M.
Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer
TE Hayden Hurst is a boost for the Ravens passing game and the third-down route tree. With the formation flexibility and athleticism to create matchups, Hurst can work inside the numbers for QB Joe Flacco.
College Football Hall of Famer Steve Spurrier will coach the Orlando team in the Alliance of American Football, which will debut in 2019.
Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting
Spoke with ESPN no.7 Anfernee Simons earlier. Four programs on him the hardest. Tennessee, NC State, South Carolina and Minnesota. He is currently on his official visit to NC State as they take on North Carolina today.