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Rutgers sophomore QB Gary nova left Saturday's game against Pittsburgh in the first quarter with a head injury.

Nova has thrown 10 of his 12 interceptions in the last four weeks, but the sophomore has done a fair job leading the Rutgers' offense this season. Chas Dodd took over at quarterback.
Sat, Nov 24, 2012 12:51:00 PM

An AFC executive says he's "a little disappointed" in Clemson junior QB Deshaun Watson's throwing.

"I know it's early, but I'm a little disappointed in (Deshaun) Watson's throwing," the exec said. "He's missed the mark a bit because he's guiding and aiming the ball instead of letting it rip." Though Watson was shockingly ineffective in the first two weeks of the season against Auburn and Troy, he's looked to have mostly returned to form against South Carolina State and Georgia Tech the last two times out. If Watson lights up the ACC, scouts will forgive the slow start.
Source: NFL.com
Sep 28 - 5:02 PM

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney calls Louisville sophomore QB Lamar Jackson a "right-handed Michael Vick."

This is becoming a popular comparison, with Rotoworld's Thor Nystrom our resident mouthpiece who has made it recently. This is how Swinney explained his comp: "A right-handed Michael Vick ... He's got that same explosiveness. He can rip the football the same. To me, you hate to compare guys, but that's what he looks like." Swinney's Tigers host Jackson on Saturday when Louisville comes to town for one of the most anticipated games of the young season. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound Jackson has accounted 25 touchdowns -- 13 passing and 12 rushing -- 1,330 yards passing and 526 yards rushing in just four games.
Source: NFL.com
Sep 28 - 4:09 PM

Oregon anticipates having junior RB Royce Freeman (leg) for Saturday's showdown against Washington State.

Per Oregon's running backs coach, Freeman has been practicing in full and should be "100 percent" on Saturday. Freeman suffered a right leg injury two weeks ago in the loss to Nebraska, causing him to miss the entirety of Saturday's loss to Colorado at home. Historically, the upshot of the injury is it likely boxes out Freeman from breaking Oregon's career rushing record held by LaMichael James -- assuming Freeman leaves for the NFL this winter. Freeman is 1,555 yards short of James' 5,082 yards, accrued from 2009 through 2011.
Source: CSNNW.com
Sep 28 - 2:47 PM

UCLA LB coach Scott White says true freshman LB Mique Juarez is enrolled in classes and will meet with coach Jim Mora later this week.

"The plan hasn't changed at all. The plan has always been for him to be back with us," White said. The five-star recruit has now missed seven weeks due to undisclosed personal reasons. He recently told the Orange County Register that he’s seeing a psychiatrist after dealing with "just too much pressure." Per White, the coaches want to make sure he's doing well before asking too much of him on the football field.
Source: ESPN
Sep 28 - 1:22 PM

LSU head coach Ed Orgeron has reinstated junior DL Davon Godchaux after the charges against him were dropped.

Godchaux was arrested on Monday on charges of false imprisonment, domestic abuse battery and child endangerment and was suspended immediately. The charges were dropped due to inconsistent statements from the victim. Godchaux will re-join the team on Wednesday. He is one of the more talented defensive lineman in the entire country.
Sep 28 - 11:55 AM

LSU junior RB Leonard Fournette is considered a game-time decision for Saturday's game against Missouri due to an ankle injury.

The injury has nagged him since the summer and seems to be a small storyline each week. Fournette carried the ball just 16 times last week against Auburn in a loss. Fournette did miss a "casual" practice on Monday, so his participation in team activities is obviously important.
Sep 28 - 11:18 AM

Stanford will be without sophomore CB Quenton Meeks and junior CB Alijah Holder against Washington due to injury.

Coach David Shaw expects Alameen Murphy and Terrence Alexander to start in their place. Stanford will also be without their starting fullback and receiver Francis Owusu. The extent of the injuries to Meeks and Holder have not been announced at this time. Stanford currently ranks at No. 7, while Washington is just behind at No. 10.
Source: ESPN
Sep 28 - 9:43 AM

Georgia junior RB Nick Chubb (ankle) did not practice on Tuesday.

Chubb has not practiced since spraining his ankle in Saturday's loss to Ole Miss. HC Kirby Smart is hopeful that the 5-foot-10, 228-pound junior will be able to play against Tennessee this coming weekend. Sony Michel will receive the bulk of the work versus the Vols should this ankle injury keep Chubb out of action.
Source: Dawg Nation
Sep 27 - 8:00 PM

Charges against suspended LSU junior DL Davon Godchaux have been dropped.

Godchaux was arrested Monday on charges of false imprisonment, domestic abuse battery and child endangerment. In a statement, East Baton Rouge district attorney Hillar Moore said, "The primary basis for this change of booking was the inconsistent statements of [the victim], the statements of Mr. Godchaux and the physical evidence at the scene, and not her request to dismiss these charges." The 6-foot-4, 293-pound Godchaux remains indefinitely suspended for the time being.
Source: wafb.com
Sep 27 - 7:26 PM

In the wake of LSU's firing of Les Miles, Louisville HC Bobby Petrino said, "I'm not interested in going anywhere."

"I'm very fortunate to be the head coach here at the University of Louisville, very happy about that," Petrino said, "very glad I have the support of our athletic director Tom Jurich." He is one of a number of coaches who have immediately come out to deny interest in taking over for the Mad Hatter at LSU. Urban Meyer and David Shaw have also confirmed their respective commitments to Ohio State and Stanford, while FSU HC Jimbo Fisher and Houston HC Tom Herman both said that LSU has not contacted them. Ed Orgeron is currently serving as interim head coach.
Sep 27 - 7:12 PM

While Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says redshirt sophomore QB DeShone Kizer will start against Syracuse, the coach indicated that Kizer's play was "below standard" and "not acceptable."

Kelly told the media that all positions would be evaluated following Saturday's loss to Duke, even opening up the possibility of playing third-string QB Brandon Wimbush. Yep, it's panic time for the 1-3 Irish. If Kelly is looking for another scapegoat, he ought to keep focusing on the defense. You can nitpick the turnovers if you like, but Kizer is a No. 1 overall draft prospect who has thrown for 1,096 yards and an 11/3 TD/INT rate on 62.1-percent completions and 9.45 yards per attempt with almost 200 yards rushing and four ground scores despite getting jerked around by Kelly and his staff. Put it this way: If Kizer is the problem, then there's no solution.
Source: NFL.com
Sep 27 - 6:07 PM




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