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Florida State, Jimbo Fisher Had No Choice but to Dismiss De'Andre Johnson

It was really the only decision that could be made. After surveillance video surfaced of freshman quarterback De'Andre Johnson punching a young woman at a Tallahassee bar, you knew action would be swift and significant...

Disturbing Video Shows Florida State Quarterback Punching Woman at Bar

De'Andre Johnson can be seen hitting the woman in the bar's surveillance video.

De'Andre Johnson is already suspended from Florida State football, and this video is not going to help matters for the young quarterback.


Johnson can be seen in the surveillance footage punching a female student a month ago. He is currently facing a misdemeanor battery charge because of the incident.

Alabama Players Admit Not Respecting Cardale Jones Before the Sugar Bowl

In a radio interview, the Tide reveal they didn't respect Ohio State's third-string QB.

Never underestimate your opponent.


Alabama learned that the hard way. In an interview with Atlanta's 680 The Fan, Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart admitted that some of his players told him they didn't respect Cardale Jones heading into the Sugar Bowl.


Breakdown of the 2015 Arkansas Razorbacks' Front Four on Defense

Trey Flowers is one of two All-SEC defensive linemen the Razorbacks must replace this fall
Breakdown of the 2015 Arkansas Razorbacks' Front Four on Defense

The offensive line should be one of the best in the nation with four starters returning but the defensive front four is more of an unknown at this point after the loss of a pair of All-

USC Flips Former UCLA WR Commitment Michael Pittman

Pittman's switch adds to Steve Sarkisian and the Trojans' 2016 haul
USC Flips Former UCLA WR Commitment Michael Pittman

This past October, Class of 2016 wide receiver Michael Pittman verbally committed to UCLA. By June 10 Pittman had decided to go a different direction. The 6-foot-4, 205-pound, highly regarded wide out decommitted from UCLA, naming USC and Oregon as his top two colleges.