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ESPN's Mel Kiper stated that if a team is hoping to draft Notre Dame ILB Manti Te'o, they "need to be picking in the top two or three."

Kiper has Te'o ranked as the fourth best draft-eligible prospect. The Irish inside linebacker is a force to reckon with, and although this class appears to lack clear talent at the top, we would be cautions taking a 4-3 linebacker in the top ten picks.
Wed, Nov 14, 2012 02:15:00 PM

Nebraska redshirt freshman WR J.D. Spielman (shoulder) is not warming up in advance of Friday's game against Iowa.

Spielman came down with shoulder discomfort during last weekend's loss to Penn State and has not practiced during the week. He was hopeful to play on Friday, but barring a late change, it looks like the 5-foot-9, 181-pounder will sit versus the Hawkeyes. Should that be the case, Spielman will finish his first active season with the Cornhuskers having caught 55 passes for 830 yards and two touchdowns.
Nov 24 - 3:39 PM

Houston senior WR Steven Dunbar caught eight passes for 142 yards and a touchdown in Friday's 24-14 win over Navy.

Fantastic work on Dunbar's part in this one. His touchdown was an absolutely huge 61-yard grab which snapped a 14-14 tie at the start of the fourth quarter. While the 6-foot-3, 210-pound senior has managed just three games of 100 yards or more receiving this season, two of those three performances have come this month. For the campaign as a whole, Dunbar owns a 67-882-3 receiving line.
Nov 24 - 3:34 PM

Miami redshirt junior QB Malik Rosier completed just 15-of-34 passes for 187 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions in a stunning 24-14 loss at Pittsburgh.

The No. 2 Hurricanes shockingly limp into the ACC Championship Game in Charlotte next weekend against defending champ Clemson, as their undefeated season is over, and now they could be in real jeopardy of being on the outside of the playoff picture barring a major turnaround next Saturday. Rosier also saw injuries to his receiving corps, including Ahmmon Richards and Christopher Herndon, so things are suddenly going south in South Florida.
Nov 24 - 3:34 PM

Yahoo Sports' Pat Forde reports that Florida has taken themselves out of the running for Chip Kelly.

Florida and UCLA have both reportedly been hot-and-heavy on Kelly, but per Forde, the Gators did not come to an agreement with Kelly when they met with him in New Hampshire last Sunday. While they have kept in touch with him throughout the week, the program has now opted to look at other options. Forde passes along that UCF's Scott Frost is now their preferred candidate for head coach. With Florida out of the running, here, UCLA should now be considered the prohibitive failure to reel in Kelly. CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd reported earlier in the week that he is expected to make a decision by Sunday.
Nov 24 - 3:13 PM

Miami senior TE Chris Herndon has been ruled out for the remainder of Friday's game against Pitt due to a left knee injury.

If Miami is to come back from a 17-7 fourth-quarter deficit to the Panthers, they'll be doing it without one of their top pass-catching options. The exact severity of Herndon's knee injury is not yet known, but we'll pass along updates as information becomes available. The 6-foot-4, 245-pounder had entered action on Friday boasting a 37-436-4 receiving line on the year.
Nov 24 - 2:50 PM

Mississippi State redshirt junior QB Nick Fitzgerald underwent successful ankle surgery on Friday.

Fitzgerald suffered a gruesome ankle injury in the first quarter of the Egg Bowl on Thursday. Bulldogs HC Dan Mullen said that the redshirt junior is expected to make a full recovery. There's no concrete timetable for when he'll be able to take part in team activities next year -- that should clarify as he's further removed from Friday's surgery -- but there is a possibility that he could be ready for spring practice.
Nov 24 - 2:41 PM

Houston redshirt senior WR Linell Bonner was forced out by injury in the third quarter of Friday's game against Navy.

Bonner was leveled on a hard hit by Taylor Heflin late in the third quarter. He was subsequently taken to the locker room for evaluation. The exact nature of his injury is not currently known. Consider him questionable to return to the contest.
Nov 24 - 2:22 PM

247Sports' Johnson Jarrett reports that Texas Tech sophomore QB McClane Carter will start Friday's game against Texas.

We'll have to wait for confirmation from the Red Raiders before this one can be called official, but it appears that HC Kliff Kingsbury will look to see what he has in true sophomore Carter. Nic Shimonek would be pushed to the bench in the process. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Carter, a JUCO transfer over the offseason, has completed 7-of-9 passes for 122 yards with a 2/0 TD/INT ratio in three games of limited action this season.
Nov 24 - 1:14 PM

Sports Illustrated's Bruce Feldman reports that Mississippi State is looking to lock up HC Dan Mullen with a contract extension.

Per Feldman, the Bulldogs are "all in" on keeping Mullen with the program and would be willing to offer him an annual salary in the vicinity of $6 million (he's currently making $4.5 million). While Mullen has been floated as a potential candidate for the open jobs at both Florida and Tennessee, he reiterated his commitment to Mississippi State following Thursday's Egg Bowl, saying, "I’m happy with what we’ve built. I think it’s pretty special" and later adding, "What we’re going to continue to do is build the program in the right direction."
Nov 24 - 12:55 PM

TCU redshirt senior QB Kenny Hill (concussion) is warming up with the first team in advance of Friday's game against Baylor.

Hill sat out last Saturday's win over Texas Tech while on the mend from a concussion. He looks to be good to go against the Bears barring a late setback. Shawn Robinson, who started in his place versus the Red Raiders, is not expected to be available to back Hill on Friday due to an undisclosed injury. Should Hill be forced out, Grayson Muehistein would come on in his place.
Nov 24 - 11:58 AM

Mississippi redshirt junior RB Jordan Wilkins ran for 147 yards and two scores in a 31-28 victory over Mississippi State on Thursday.

Almost all of Wilkins yardage came from two plays, but they were two big plays, and Ole Miss won't be complaining. He opened the game with a 22-yard burst that gave the Rebels a 7-0 lead with 14:16 left in the first quarter. He was held in check for the rest of the first half, but then in the fourth quarter, he again gashed the Bulldogs for a 42-yard score that made it 31-13 and essentially put the game away. In a disappointing year for Ole Miss, Wilkins and a few others -- namely AJ Brown -- inspire hope for the 2018 season.
Nov 23 - 11:20 PM




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