Not even four months after transferring to 10th-ranked Florida State, Everett Golson has been declared the starting quarterback.
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher committed to Golson on Monday. Golson, a graduate transfer from Notre Dame, beat out junior Sean Maguire.
"He came in, related to our players well and showed what kind of player he was," Fisher said of Golson. "He has a good grasp of things."
Golson started 23 games for the Fighting Irish in 2012 and '14. Besides throwing for 5,850 yards and 41 touchdowns at Notre Dame, he ran for 14 touchdowns and averaged 23.2 rushing yards per game.
LSU coach Miles back after hospitalization
•LSU coach Les Miles spent part of Monday morning in a hospital because of illness but was back at practice in the afternoon. Miles said later he drank too much coffee.
•Transfer Greyson Lambert was picked to be starting quarterback for No. 9 Georgia.
•UCLA starting cornerback Ishmael Adams was arrested on suspicion of felony robbery after allegedly taking a phone from an Uber driver early Sunday morning.
•Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison, who injured his left knee in January and needed two surgeries, will start Saturday's season opener. "It's unbelievable what he's done," coach Jim McElwain said. "What normally was a 10- to 12-month recovery, he did in six months."
Iowa gender suit gains traction
Iowa athletics administrators ordered that a female be hired over male candidates for an assistant track coaching job regardless of qualifications, an internal e-mail from the head coach alleges.
Attorneys for a male coach who says he was illegally passed over portrayed the e-mail as a smoking gun that proves his gender discrimination allegations.
"It's in writing. The administration said, 'We want a female in that position,'" said Brooke Timmer, an attorney for Mike Scott, now an assistant at Missouri State.
Indiana punishes two players
Indiana coach Tom Crean announced that sophomore Emmitt Holt had been kicked off the team and prized recruit Thomas Bryant will face internal discipline after being cited for illegal possession of an alcoholic beverage.
For Holt, it was a second strike. In November, he ran into teammate Devin Davis with his car, leaving Davis with a severe brain injury. Holt was not cited by police because police said Davis jumped in front of the car and that both players had been drinking.