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Notre Dame senior T Zack Martin promised to play in the National Championship despite suffering an ankle injury against USC.

"I'll be fine for January 7.... I'll be 100 percent for the game," Martin said. The senior is expected to wear a brace on the injured ankle. Obviously Alabama offers some solid pass rush talent, but Notre Dame's offensive line has opened up solid holes for Theo Riddick and Cierre Wood all season.
Sun, Dec 9, 2012 08:19:00 PM

Horns Digest's Chip Brown reports that the Baylor board of regents has fired school president Ken Starr.

It appears that HC Art Briles will not be receiving the axe here. As one source close to the situation told Horns Digest, "The feeling is if the board got rid of Art (Briles), they'd be sitting in a $300 million mausoleum instead of that new football stadium." The outlet hears that senior vice president of operations and chief financial officer Reagan Ramsower is the leading candidate to replace Starr. Ramsower also oversees campus law enforcement. A mid-May Outside the Lines story about additional, unreported incidents of assault by football players -- coupled with multiple documented cases of sexual assault by players and a Title IX lawsuit -- ultimately led to Starr's fate.
May 24 - 12:42 PM

Utah graduate transfer DL Stevie Tu’ikolovatu visited Alabama and Nebraska.

Tu’ikolovatu turns 25 years old in June, so he will obviously be one of the older players wherever he transfers to after he traveled to the Philippines following the 2009 season to serve his LDS mission. Tu’ikolovatu played on 40 percent of Utah's defensive snaps last season at a very high level, showing skills as a run defender and pass rusher. Alabama is looking to reload along their interior after losing A'Shawn Robinson and Jarran Reed to the NFL.
May 24 - 10:24 AM

Pittsburgh redshirt junior RB James Conner (Hodgkins lymphoma) tweeted that he is free of cancer.

"God is AMAZING. Just got the call that my body is clean of cancer!!! Been a long road but God had my back. Thanks everyone who said prayers!" Conner wrote. He was diagnosed with Hodgkins lymphoma shortly after tearing his right MCL against Youngstown State in the first week of the 2015 season. A week into May, he completed his 12 sessions of chemotherapy. And now the happy news that the cancer has been vanquished. Our sincere hope is that the 6-foot-2, 250-pounder can slide right back into his terrifying 2014 ways. In that season, he rushed for 1,765 yards and 26 touchdowns. The team figures to monitor his health closely in August camp and might try to ease him back into the flow of the game once we hit the 2016 regular season, but he is expected -- barring any health setbacks -- to be ready for the Week 1 opener against Villanova.
May 23 - 4:59 PM

FSU HC Jimbo Fisher told the Palm Beach Post that the possibility of coaching in the NFL is "not something that drives me."

"I love college and I had opportunities to go to pro football as an assistant coach and as a coordinator and I’ve had inquiries as a head coach," Fisher said. We don't blame him for feeling comfortable in his situation. During his six seasons at the helm of the Seminoles, he has won three ACC titles, a national championship and holds an .829 winning-percentage. "I'd love to be here forever and ever," he said. The 50-year-old wouldn't completely rule out taking a potential NFL coaching job in the future, but indicated that it would need to come at the right time and in the right situation if he were to seriously consider it.
May 23 - 4:25 PM

Boston College redshirt sophomore WR Troy Flutie has been suspended following his Saturday morning arrest for operating under the influence of alcohol.

Flutie -- the nephew of former BC QB Doug Flutie -- was arrested at 1:00 a.m. on Saturday morning after he hit a curb while driving. Per the Metrowest Daily News, the 6-foot, 182-pounder was arrested for "OUI, possession of an open container of liquor while driving, being a person under-21 in possession of liquor, and marked lanes violations." Boston College put out a statement following that messiness, saying, "Troy has been suspended from the football team by Coach Steve Addazio pending further investigation and faces the possibility of additional University sanctions pending the outcome of the court proceedings." He is set for arraignment Monday.
Source: boston.com
May 23 - 4:11 PM

Cal graduate QB Davis Webb defended his decision to transfer to Cal over Colorado, telling FOX Sports' Bruce Feldman, "I only have one year to do this."

Webb -- who committed to a Colorado transfer in January -- indicated that he called Buffs' HC Mike MacIntyre to inform him of his ultimate decision to jump over to Cal earlier this month. He didn't want MacIntyre to hear the news second-hand. "When I committed in January, that was the best situation for me, but then something that fit me better came along," Webb said, later adding, "I really want to get to know as many of [the Cal players] (in the next few weeks) as I can and embrace the culture here that Coach (Sonny) Dykes has created."
Source: FOX Sports
May 23 - 12:25 PM

An NFC scout told the Miami Herald's Barry Jackson that he does not view Miami junior QB Brad Kaaya as a first-rounder at this juncture.

"[Kaaya] can't throw with people in his face," the scout told Jackson. He also voiced concern as to the 6-foot-4, 209-pounder's overall level of mobility. Not everybody views Kaaya in this light. For instance, ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. ranked Kaaya as his No. 13 overall prospect for 2017, while an ACC assistant coach has called him "the model NFL quarterback." Last season, Kaaya threw for 3,238 yards (61.2% completions) with a 16/5 TD/INT ratio. All eyes are on how he develops now that HC Mark Richt has provided the program a level of stability.
May 22 - 2:19 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. ranked Cal graduate QB Davis Webb the No. 1 senior quarterback prospect for 2017.

Webb (formerly of Texas Tech) broke a long-standing transfer commitment to Colorado and jumped over to Cal earlier this week. He is technically not a senior, having already graduated, but Kiper smashes him onto the top of his senior list regardless. Minnesota's Mitch Leidner and Ole Miss' Chad Kelly round out the top three on that list. The analyst wrote that Webb "has an NFL skill set and is a player NFL teams will watch closely," adding that the 6-foot-5, 220-pounder "could thrive in the draft process."
May 21 - 6:48 PM

Four-star 2017 ATH DeeJay Dallas committed to Miami.

Dallas' coach at Glynn Academy, Rocky Hidalgo, specifically cited HC Mark Richt as a reason the 5-foot-10, 190-pounder ultimately committed to the Hurricane cause. "I’ve had a couple of my kids play for Coach Richt and he is the type of guy that you want your son to play for," Hidalgo said, later adding that "[Richt's] relationship with DeeJay has been tremendously important during his recruitment." Dallas ranks as Rivals' No. 164 recruiting prospect for the 2017 cycle.
May 21 - 3:54 PM

Stanford junior RB Christian McCaffrey believes that some downgrade his athleticism because of the perceptions about white athletes.

"When you read about white athletes these days and white skill possession receivers specifically, one word you'll always find is tough," McCaffrey said, adding that "[y]ou'll rarely see [descriptions like] explosive, athletic, stuff like that." The 6-foot, 197-pound Stanford stud isn't out of bounds here. The word "gritty" has been used to describe the Wes Welkers of the world so often that it borders on self-parody. McCaffrey smashed Barry Sanders' all-purpose yardage record last year with 3,864 of 'em. The word "gritty" would be underselling that achievement by a fair margin.
May 21 - 3:04 PM

UCLA HC Jim Mora said on the Rich Eisen Show that if sophomore QB Josh Rosen had been part of the 2016 draft pool, he would have been the first player taken.

"In my opinion he (would have been) the best quarterback in the draft and he would've gone first," Mora told Eisen. This is all crazy conjecture, but Mora has been consistent in talking up Rosen this offseason. He told Sports Illustrated that he wants the 6-foot-4, 210-pounder to "[think] next level" earlier this month. Back to the Rich Eisen Show, Mora did caution that this is all meaningless projection if Rosen doesn't put in the necessary work. "Unless he continues to work hard," Mora said, "unless he makes good decisions, unless he dedicates himself the way guys like Tom Brady and Drew Brees and Peyton Manning have, then it's a pipe dream."
Source: NFL.com
May 21 - 2:22 PM




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