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Oregon State sophomore QB Sean Mannion and junior QB Cody Vaz split first-team reps as the school started practicing for their bowl game.

Head coach Mike Riley will not make a decision on who will start the Alamo Bowl against Texas for some time. The Beavers quarterback situation has flipped back and forth between these two, but Mannion ended the season as the starter. 11 of his 13 interceptions occurred in only three games.
Wed, Dec 12, 2012 09:37:00 AM

Texas Tech received a verbal commitment from three-star 2019 T Trevor Roberson.

There's a very good chance that Roberson is bigger than you. Assuming you're not 6-foot-11, 355-pounds like Roberson is listed at. This is an absolutely mammoth human being, and he just completed his junior year of high school, so he could get even bigger. He also had offers from schools like Arkansas, Notre Dame and Texas A&M -- just to name a select few -- so it's also a figurative big get for the Red Raiders, in addition to being a literal one.
Source: 247 Sports
Jun 17 - 1:19 PM

Former Oregon LB Fotu Leiato was killed in a car accident near Autzen Stadium early on Friday morning.

The tragedy was a single-car accident that occurred around 5:30 a.m. ET Friday. This is where the story gets strange. The driver was identified as 22-year-old Pedro Chavarin Jr. Chavarin told officers that he was alone in the vehicle and wasn't carrying any passengers. But hours after the crash, a woman walking around the area of the crash "spotted a hand and brush over a person down a gravel path." An investigation into the matter is underway. Leiato, 21, played in 38 games over the past three years for the Ducks. Leiato was a star of the spring game and was expected to compete for a starting OLB job prior to getting booted off the team in late May following his second arrest in four months. Charges from those arrests included theft, criminal trespassing, criminal mischief and misdemeanor trespassing.
Source: ESPN
Jun 16 - 12:54 PM

Cal freshman LB Chris Fatilua suffered what was described by his family in a statement as "a significant and serious spinal cord injury" from an accident on Monday afternoon in San Diego.

The family’s statement added that "his long-term prognosis is unknown at this time." No further details were provided. In a statement of his own, Cal HC Justin Wilcox said "the most important thing to focus on right now and in the immediate future is Chris’ recovery." Fatilua was a three-star signee from this past recruiting class.
Jun 14 - 1:26 PM

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Oklahoma redshirt junior QB Kyler Murray's finalized contract with the Oakland A's includes language that allows him to play football in 2018 before he must turn his attention to baseball full-time.

Good news, bad news for the Sooners. The good news -- the glorious news -- is that Murray is locked in to play quarterback for the Sooners next fall. He'll almost assuredly take over Baker Mayfield's old post. The bad news is that Oklahoma will not be able to cash in on his redshirt senior campaign in 2019. As part of the deal, Murray has agreed to forego his final collegiate season of eligibility. Murray is expected to play out the football season and then turn his attention full-time to baseball, reporting to 2019 spring training with Oakland. The ninth overall pick in the MLB Draft earlier this month, Murray signed for about $4.6 million. The deal includes an insurance policy in the event that Murray suffers a severe injury playing football this season.
Jun 14 - 11:53 AM

Former Alabama redshirt junior C Brandon Kennedy transferred to Tennessee as a graduate.

Upon Kennedy's announcement that he'd transfer as a graduate last month, the Tide barred him from transferring to any SEC school. That drew some national ire, which in turn fired up Nick Saban, who said he was merely abiding by conference rule. For better or worse, the decision is now out of Saban's hands -- and will be, going forward. The SEC adopted a new rule on June 1 stating that grad transfers can transfer within the conference without sitting out a year. A four-star 2015 signee, Kennedy (6'3/301) was the Crimson Tide's top backup center in 2017 before an injury knocked him out for the year. As he reunites with HC Jeremy Pruitt, Kennedy is in the mix to play immediately. He has two years of eligibility left.
Jun 14 - 11:44 AM

The NCAA passed a new rule that gives Division I student-athletes the ability to transfer to a different school and receive a scholarship without asking their current school for permission.

This rule was created due to the occasional controversy of a coach blocking a player from transferring and talking to other schools. While this ruling is important, individual conference rules will remain intact as far as transferring between schools within the same conference. This will take effect on October 15th of 2018.
Source: NCAA
Jun 13 - 3:59 PM

The NCAA passed a new rule that allows players to redshirt if they appear in four or fewer games in a season.

Council chair Blake James believes this will help players immensely and said, "Redshirt football student-athletes are more likely to remain engaged with the team, and starters will be less likely to feel pressure to play through injuries." But he didn't leave coaches out either, mentioning it will give them the "ability to give younger players an opportunity to participate in limited competition." This is a truly beneficial rule for both coaches and players that will have an immediate impact on a lot of collegiate rosters.
Source: NCAA
Jun 13 - 3:51 PM

Redshirt senior FB Winston Dimel is transferring from Kansas State to UTEP as a graduate.

Because he's leaving with his degree, Dimel (6'1/235) will be immediately eligible to play for the Miners in 2018. He'll get a chance to play for his father, new UTEP coach Dana Dimel. He's considered on of the best fullbacks in the country, and ranks as the top player at the position on Mel Kiper Jr's draft boards. At the very least, this makes UTEP better in the run game, and Dimel can also help as a red-zone runner -- he ran for 12 touchdowns as a sophomore -- and potentially as a receiver out of the backfield.
Jun 11 - 4:44 PM

Sophomore QB Hunter Johnson is transferring from Clemson to Northwestern.

What a huge get this is for the Wildcats. Johnson announced in May that he would transfer from the Tigers, and had interest from a smorgasbord of big-time schools. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound signal-caller will have to sit out the 2018 season, but he'll have two years of eligibility left after. He was considered one of -- if not the -- top quarterback prospects in the 2017 class, and when given a chance to play this fall he performed well; completing 21-of-27 passes for 234 yards with a couple of touchdowns. Johnson should be considered the heavy favorite to start for Northwestern in 2019, and his upside is palpable. Get excited, Wildcat fans.
Jun 11 - 3:33 PM

An Instagram story posted by Washington sophomore TE Hunter Bryant on Saturday morning has led to internet rumors that he tore his ACL.

In the Instagram post, a picture depicts an immobilized and wrapped left leg propped up with crutches in the background. The text reads: "the saddest thing is i can't hoop for 9 months" with three crying emojis. Nine months is typically the recovery timeline given to those who have torn their ACLs. The post has since been deleted from Bryant's account and no UW sources have, as yet, publicly commented. Bryant suffered a partially-torn ACL last fall. He was able to return to play a few snaps in the bowl game. He was a partial participant during spring practices. Bryant is one of the country's most exciting young tight ends. His loss would be a blow to Washington's offense. We'll have more when more is known.
Jun 9 - 7:11 PM

Michigan four-star 2019 verbal CB commit Te'Cory Couch reopened his recruitment.

Couch (5'10/165) pledged to Michigan in April, though 247Sports' Steve Lorenz refers to that initial decision as "somewhat surpris[ing]." However, after committing during an official visit to Ann Arbor, he took a number of visits to Miami. The Hurricanes will almost certainly be a major player for his services -- perhaps the favorite -- now that the cornerback has returned to the open market. On the 247Sports composite board, Couch slides in as the No. 244 overall prospect in the 2019 class. While his spurning of Michigan does hurt, the Wolverines are still in play to land a top-10 class.
Jun 9 - 1:04 PM




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