College Football News for Wednesday, May 7

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A surprisingly big day in college football news is afoot, from the recruiting front to a major-conference championship revelation.

Penn State lands 4-star quarterback prospect Brandon WimbushBleacher Report


Pac-12 Championship could move to Levi’s StadiumDennis Dodd, CBSSports.com

The Pac-12 is the only of the power conferences to hold its championship game on campus locations, but the league could move its season finale event to the brand-new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. And the move could come as soon as this season.

“At the very least it’s very intriguing,” Stanford head coach David Shaw told Dodd.


Southern California’s loaded 2015 QB recruit classBruce Feldman, FoxSports.com

A bevy of talented quarterback prospects in Southern California are among the most coveted recruits in the 2015 class. Bruce Feldman examines what makes this group so special.


Auburn and Alabama should have a huge draft weekendJohn Zenor, Associated Press

The Iron Bowl rolls it way to NFL draft weekend, and leading the charge is Auburn offensive tackle Greg Robinson. SB Nation’s Stephen White nicknamed Robinson “Deebo,” as portrayed by Tiny Lister in the comedy classic Friday.

The bullying theme has certainly picked up popularity.

Of course, replacing a talent like Robinson is a big order. AL.com’s Brandon Marcello reports that Shon Coleman has been impressive in Auburn practices, but that the competition for Robinson’s vacated spot on the offensive line “is nowhere close to ending.”


Dismissed Missouri Tigers WR Dorial Green-Beckham not at Eastern IllinoisJeremy Fowler, CBSSports.com

247Sports.com reported last week that former No. 1 overall recruit and wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham could transfer to Eastern Illinois. However, the latest development per CBSSports.com has Green-Beckham still enrolled at Missouri.

Green-Beckham was dismissed from the program last month following allegations he was involved in a burglary. He had a breakout sophomore campaign, helping the Tigers to the SEC East championship with 883 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns.