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Georgia junior QB Aaron Murray did not rule out the possibility of declaring for April's draft when asked about the decision Tuesday.

"I’m not worried about that until after the season and then I’ll sit down with my family and make the best decision for myself and my future," Murray said. "I’m having too much fun right now." A week ago, SI's Tony Pauline stated that Murray would likely enter the draft, which surprised us. At one point, the Bulldog was the most consistent top name quarterback in the junior class.
Wed, Nov 21, 2012 09:04:00 AM

According to the Gainesville Sun, Florida freshman LB Nick Smith underwent surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee on Monday.

He'll be out for at least six weeks. That leaves Smith out for summer camp and the 2017 opener Sept. 2 against Michigan (at least). A redshirt year could be coming. This is a tough blow for Florida, which returns just four LBs who have started a game for the Gators. Smith was the No. 79 OLB in the country in this past cycle.
Jul 25 - 2:01 PM

Michelle Bodkin of UteZone.com reports that former Oregon redshirt senior WR Darren Carrington will transfer to Utah as a graduate.

This is a enormous coup for the Utes, who add a receiver who immediately becomes their most talented. Transitioning into the pass-first, up-tempo, quick-hitting system run by new OC Troy Taylor (formerly of Eastern Washington), Carrington is precisely the type of WR1 this attack makes great use of. Think Cooper Kupp. Carrington (6'2/200) is similar in size to Kupp (6'2/205). He's also faster and more explosive, though Taylor will have to teach him the finer points of route running and ball-snatching that made Kupp so special at EWU. Carrington (career 112-1,919-15 line at UO) was booted off the Ducks by new head coach Willy Taggert following a DUI charge on July 1 (the receiver pleaded not guilty on Monday). Since Carrington has graduated, he's immediately eligible to play. The Utes were unproven and thin at WR before today. If Carrington stays out of trouble, he could be in line for a big year. His addition also alleviates pressure on Raelon Singleton, the Utes' leading returning WR.
Source: Scout
Jul 25 - 12:39 PM

Rutgers redshirt senior WR Janarion Grant is 100 percent healthy heading into the 2017 season.

Grant suffered a season ending right ankle back in September of 2016 and applied for a medical redshirt in the hopes playing in 2017. After a limited spring, Grant will be out on the field and might be the Knights' top player.
Source: NJ.com
Jul 25 - 11:01 AM

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer said DC Greg Schiano was offered two "significant" head coaching jobs this offseason.

Schiano turned both jobs down and will coach at Ohio State for at least another season. Eleven Warriors astutely notes Schiano's twin sons graduate from high school after this year, so he might be willing to move once they go off to college. This will be his second season with the Buckeyes.
Jul 25 - 10:37 AM

Tennessee has requested media members who are in attendance to not report on injured players they observe during open portions of practice.

Basically Tennessee officials are asking for only positive P.R.. Butch Jones and company are certainly on the hot seat, and this screams "scared." It could be a very difficult season for the Vols.
Jul 25 - 10:06 AM

Dismissed former Oregon redshirt senior WR Darren Carrington pleaded not guilty to his DUI charge.

Carrington was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after he ran into a McDonald's drive-through in the early morning hours on July 1. He has since been dismissed from Oregon. As for potential transfer destinations, Carrington has been kicking around other Pac-12 programs, including Utah -- who he visited after his dismissal. SB Nation floated Arizona as another potential suitor.
Jul 24 - 4:30 PM

The Big Ten has reached agreement with ESPN and FOX on a six-year contract.

This television package with the conference will last through the 2023 season. FOX has the rights to regular season games as well as the conference title tilt. In related news as media days kick off this week, the Big Ten Network will be moving into the 21st century and will be accessible to the cord-cutters on Hulu and YouTube.
Jul 24 - 2:35 PM

Florida received a verbal commitment from five-star 2018 QB Matt Corral.

Should Florida be able to hang onto Corral through National Signing Day this winter, he would be the biggest shark that HC Jim McElwain has hooked in recruiting since taking over at the helm two seasons ago. Corral (6'2/185) backed off a pledge to USC in mid-June, after which he began to sniff around the SEC. A visit to the Gators this weekend sealed the deal. On the field, he's as good as they get, with Scout.com comparing him to Brett Favre for his maverick playing style. There could be one more big reverberation from his Florida pledge, as Corral and fellow five-star QB Justin Fields were both eyeing some of the same programs. Don't be surprised if Fields ends up committing to Georgia now that Corral has moved his chess piece.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 24 - 12:58 PM

Indiana redshirt senior ILB T.J. Simmons (knee) received a medical hardship waiver for the 2017 season.

"He did everything that he could to get himself back from his knee injury," said HC Tom Allen, "but he was unable to reach a place where he could consistently play. T.J. is excited about his new role as a student assistant coach in the weight room and on the field." Prior to being way laid by the aforementioned knee injury which prevented him from playing last season, the 6-foot-1, 233-pound Simmons had turned in back-to-back 75-tackle seasons in 2014 and 2015.
Source: Land of 10
Jul 24 - 12:44 PM

Former LSU head coach Les Miles is "extremely interested" in the Ole Miss opening and has let the program boosters know it, according to Dan Wolken of USA Today.

Back in January, Miles said he was keeping his Power 5 options open, but he could not have seen a program like Ole Miss creating an opening in late July. Miles would certainly know the area and is a strong name. It appears as if Ole Miss will keep everything in place the season and work extensively on identifying a new coach down the line.
Jul 24 - 9:53 AM

FAU Owl Access' Chuck King projects FAU junior WR DeAndre McNeal to be the team's No. 1 receiver.

King sees McNeal replacing the suspended Kalib Woods as the go-to perimeter target in Kendal Briles’ first FAU offense. King believes Woods will be dismissed and slot WR Kamrin Solomon will be suspended for their alleged roles in a fight that has Woods facing two felony battery charges. McNeal (6'3/215) began his career as a 236-pound tight end at Texas. He played under OC Sterlin Gilbert, a former grad assistant under Kendal’s father Art Briles at Houston. In other words, McNeal has a big head-start in learning his new offense. McNeal, the No. 75 JUCO player in the class of 2017, hauled in 42 passes for 640 yards and six touchdowns last season at Fullerton College. On Fantrax, he has dual WR/TE eligibility, adding to his fantasy appeal.
Jul 23 - 3:23 PM




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