Reggie Bush, Tim Tebow headline 2023 College Football Hall of Fame class
The College Football Hall of Fame’s class of 2023 was announced Monday. The group features 18 players and four coaches and is headlined by two Heisman Trophy winners, Florida quarterback Tim Tebow and USC running back Reggie Bush. Tebow won the Heisman in 2007 and also helped lead the Gators to two national championships during his time in Gainesville. Though he’s still not considered an official Heisman winner, Bush will now be a Hall of Famer following a vote from the National Football Foundation, which runs the College Football Hall of Fame. "We are extremely proud to announce the 2023 College Football Hall of Fame Class," said NFF chairman Archie Manning.wftv.com
Panthers fire GM Marty Hurney after another losing season
FILE - In this April 17, 2019, file photo, Carolina Panthers general manager Marty Hurney speaks to the media in Charlotte, N.C. The Panthers have fired Hurney after the team lost eight of its last nine games and failed to make the playoffs for a third straight season. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton, File)CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Marty Hurney is out again as Carolina's general manager. The Panthers are the fifth team this season to fire their general manager, joining the Lions, Jaguars, Texans and Falcons. He was the general manager from 2002-12 before being fired by former owner Jerry Richardson.
Sloppy Winston dooms Bucs in 37-26 loss to Panthers
Peyton Barber of Tampa Bay Buccaneers is tackled by Luke Kuechly and Eric Reid of Carolina Panthers in London, England. LONDON - Jameis Winston started the day with an interception on Tampa Bay's first play from scrimmage. Winston committed six of Tampa Bay's seven turnovers on the day and the Buccaneers had another rough stay in London, losing 37-26 to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. "One play can't be the outcome of the whole game," Winston said. An interception in the third quarter set up another Panthers touchdown that made it 27-7 and the Bucs were unable to overcome that.