“I have not been offered any job nor is there a deal in place,” the former Florida coach said in a statement released through ESPN, where he is a college football analyst. Meyer said he would have no further comment.
PENN STATE: One of the two new allegations of child sexual abuse against former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was made by a family member, Sandusky’s attorney Joe Amendola said, according to The Patriot-News of Harrisburg.
Amendola said the incident is alleged to have occurred before Sandusky was arrested earlier this month on charges he molested eight boys over a 15-year period, but was not brought to the attention of authorities until after Sandusky was charged, according to the report.
HAWAII: Coach Greg McMackin says he won’t discuss point-shaving allegations.
He spoke to reporters after Wednesday’s practice only to say he’s directing questions to university spokeswoman Lynne Waters.
The university received an anonymous letter Nov. 3 accusing unnamed players of intentionally playing poorly to affect the final score as part of a gambling scheme.
GEORGIA: The availability of running backs Isaiah Crowell (ankle) and Carlton Thomas (suspension) are unclear. Coach Mark Richt said Crowell is still dealing with a sprained left ankle while Thomas’ status was remains in doubt.