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Virginia Tech junior QB Logan Thomas stated that he is leaning towards returning for his senior season in 2013.

"I've always told everybody that I'm planning on coming back for my last one," Thomas said. "So there's no change in that right now." Thomas did say he feels improved in "reading the defense, stepping up in the pocket and delivering the ball," compared to his sophomore season. We haven't seen real improvement and we aren't sure if that will happen while in college, so despite a poor season the best move may be to declare regardless of draft position.
Source: CBS Sports
Mon, Oct 29, 2012 08:52:00 AM

West Virginia junior RB Justin Crawford rushed for 209 yards on 28 carries in Saturday's 24-21 win over Baylor.

Skyler Howard proved spotty in the passing game, throwing for all of 111 yards in the contest. With little happening through the air, the Mountaineers leaned hard on their running game, racking up 312 yards as a team. The bulk of that output came via Crawford. He averaged 7.4 YPC with a long run of 63 yards in the victory. Just about the only knock you could levy against him is the fact that he failed to rush for a touchdown. Otherwise, this was a dynamite performance through-and-through. While the 5-foot-11, 198-pounder has been held under 50 yards rushing five times in 12 games this season, he also has several monster efforts to his name. Most notably, Crawford blasted Oklahoma for 331 yards on 24 carries back on November 19. West Virginia wraps up its regular season with a 10-2 record and will now await bowl assignment.
Dec 3 - 7:21 PM

ESPN's Brett McMurphy reports that Oregon has interviewed Boise State HC Bryan Harsin and South Florida HC Willie Taggart for their open head-coaching position.

Oregon parted ways with HC Mark Helfrich this past week. While McMurphy relays that Harsin and Taggart have both received interviews for the vacant position, USA Today has also floated Western Michigan's P.J. Fleck as a potential candidate, here. The Ducks finished the 2016 season with a 4-8 record.
Dec 3 - 4:31 PM

Oklahoma junior RB Samaje Perine rushed for 239 yards and a touchdown on 37 carries in the school's 38-20 win over Oklahoma State.

Perine could have easily scored another touchdown, but on the final drive he took a knee at the one yard line to run out the clock. Perine's name gets lost in the running back shuffle, however, that could change as many file through the ball carriers leading up to the 2017 NFL Draft. That is if Perine declares for the draft.
Dec 3 - 4:30 PM

Western Kentucky redshirt senior RB Anthony Wales rushed for 194 yards and three touchdowns on 35 carries in Saturday's 58-44 win over Louisiana Tech.

Oh, that's not all. He also caught six balls for 68 yards and two scores. The 5-foot-10, 195-pound redshirt senior finishes the regular season with 1,361 yards and 23 touchdowns on the ground and 27 catches for 254 yards and three more scores.
Dec 3 - 4:10 PM

ESPN's Brett McMurphy reports that West Virginia and HC Dana Holgorsen have agreed to a five-year contract extension.

Holgorsen's new contract will run through the 2021 season. In his six seasons at the helm of the Mountaineers' ship, West Virginia has posted a 45-30 record (26-25 in conference). They play Baylor Saturday afternoon as they look to secure their second 10-win season under Holgorsen. Given that he was reportedly close to losing his job at the end of the 2015 campaign, this has been quite the turnaround.
Dec 3 - 4:04 PM

Temple senior QB P.J. Walker (leg) went 16-of-25 for 199 yards and two touchdown passes in a 34-10 win over Navy in the AAC Championship Game on Saturday.

Walker was in a walking boot earlier this week, but he didn't look any worse for the wear today. Temple, which lost to Houston in last year's AAC Championship game, saw things go down a little differently this time around, mostly because of their superb defense. The 10-3 Owls will learn which bowl they're headed to on Sunday.
Dec 3 - 4:01 PM

Navy senior QB Will Worth (ankle) was knocked out of the game in the second quarter of Saturday's tilt against Temple.

Worth got hurt during the third drive and didn't return to the field until hobbling to the sidelines on crutches. Sophomore No. 2 quarterback Zach Abey went 7-of-13 passing for 104 yards and two interceptions, adding 70 yards on the ground. Temple's resounding win put an end to Navy's 15-game home winning streak. After licking their wounds, the Mids will play their annual Army-Navy game in Baltimore next Saturday.
Source: ESPN
Dec 3 - 3:53 PM

Oklahoma senior WR Dede Westbrook suffered a possible concussion in the second quarter against Oklahoma State after catching four passes for 111 yards and a touchdown.

Westbrook was Oklahoma's entire offense in the first half, and Baker Mayfield set him up to fail by throwing him that type of pass over the middle. The hit was clean, and Westbrook's head seemed to bounce off the ground on contact. Perhaps no receiver improved their evaluation more this season than Westbrook. He is headed to the Senior Bowl in January.
Dec 3 - 2:26 PM

ESPN's Brett McMuprhy reports Houston will interview Alabama OC Lane Kiffin, former LSU head coach Les Miles and former Baylor head coach Art Briles for the school's opening.

Kiffin and Miles make sense, but we continue to be amazed by the inclusion of Art Briles' name following the disaster at Baylor. Maybe we shouldn't be, as we know winning trumps everything for many programs. Kiffin's name has come up in LSU's offensive coordinator search, but he likely would prefer another head coaching job. Les Miles' name popped up in the Purdue search, but a previous report stated that would not happen.
Dec 3 - 12:04 PM

Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre told reporters he will not be the next coach at Baylor.

It was only a rumor in the first place. The Baylor coaching search has already caused confusion, leading off with Tom Herman and Chad Morris. Herman is now at Texas and Morris locked up a long term deal at SMU. Cal head coach Sonny Dykes is the latest rumor, but this could take a while despite Baylor knowing they would have a new coach in 2017 since the start of this season.
Dec 3 - 9:19 AM

Colorado senior QB Sefo Liufau (leg) completed 3-of-13 passes for 21 yards and three touchdowns in Friday's 41-10 loss to Washington in the Pac-12 Championship Game.

Liufau will need the 'Men in Black' memory eraser for this one. The game started off poorly enough for the 6-foot-4, 230-pound senior, as he suffered a leg injury just minutes into the first quarter. That injury sidelined him for the remainder of the first half. He came back out for the third quarter, at which point the wheels truly fell off. Indeed, Liufau was intercepted three times in that quarter -- this after throwing just three interceptions in the previous 10 games combined. Sour end-note aside, there is no shade to be thrown at Colorado's marvelous 10-3 season.
Dec 3 - 12:48 AM




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