NEW ORLEANS -- The Tulane defense shined in the season opener Thursday night, coming up with four pass interceptions and two fumble recoveries in a 34-7 rout over Jackson State in the season opener for both schools.
The Green Wave defense held the Tigers to just 112 yards rushing. Jackson State didn't score until the fourth quarter when Evan Ingram scored on a 9-yard draw play.
Tulane had seven runners combine for 158 yards, led by Darkwa's 50 yards. Tommy Gooden led the Tigers with 57 yards rushing and LaMontez Ivy threw for 133 yards.
Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez not expecting to hold a spring game, instead using the time to work on fundamentals.
Hokies coach Justin Fuente already has a few candidates in mind to replace Torrian Gray.
Prospects would do well to remember that while their national letters of intent are binding, the coaches they're pledging to can move on whenever.
ESPN SEC reporter Edward Aschoff discusses the impact of the reported NCAA violations committed by Mississippi.
Iowa State wide receiver D'Vario Montgomery and running back Joshua Thomas won't return to the team for next season.
A look at the assistant coaching changes in the ACC for schools that did not change their head coaches.
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