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In an interview discussing potential Eagles' prospects, SI's Tony Pauline stated that Syracuse senior QB Ryan Nassib "is going to go in that second-round range."

"He's a guy that has shown the ability to play in several different systems," Pauline said. He added that Nassib has the arm strength for the next level and made good decisions throughout his Syracuse career. The senior's draft weekend may end similarly to that of Andy Dalton and Colin Kaepernick from a few years ago, as an early second-round pick.
Mon, Dec 31, 2012 11:38:00 AM

Washington junior WR Chico McClatcher will miss the remainder of the year with a broken ankle.

The Huskies' starting slot receiver and No. 2 receiver suffered the injury against Colorado on Saturday while blocking on a run play in the third quarter. He finishes the season with 10 catches for 128 yards. Because he only appeared in three games this year (McClatcher missed the Fresno State game on Sept. 16 with a different injury), McClatcher is likely eligible for a medical redshirt waiver. The cut-off is three games or 30-percent of your team's games. HC Chris Peterson sounded confident in McClatcher's odds of qualifying for the waiver.
Sep 25 - 2:59 PM

Arkansas senior WR Jared Cornelius (Achillies) will miss the remainder of the season.

Razorbacks coach Bret Bielema made the announcement on Monday. Cornelius was carted off the playing field in the third quarter of Saturday's 50-43 overtime loss to Texas A&M. He'll have surgery this week. Bielema believes it's possible that Cornelius could return to the program next season. That would require a medical hardship waiver. Expect Jonathan Nance to assume Cornelius' former post of WR1 in Arkansas' offense.
Source: SEC Country
Sep 25 - 2:43 PM

Baylor HC Matt Rhule expects redshirt sophomore RB JaMycal Hasty (knee) to return for the Oklahoma State game on Oct. 14.

That would mean that he'll miss only one more game. Baylor takes on Kansas State this weekend before getting a much-needed bye. The Bears got Terence Williams back from injury last week. Williams and John Lovett will divvy carries again this weekend against the Wildcats.
Sep 25 - 1:10 PM

ESPN's Paul Finebaum reports that Florida redshirt senior QB Luke Del Rio will start Saturday's game against Vanderbilt.

On Saturday, trailing Kentucky 24-14 late in the third quarter, HC Jim McElwain replaced Feleipe Franks with Del Rio. Down 27-14 in the fourth, the Gators got within a touchdown on Brandon Powell's six-yard touchdown run with 7:58 left, and then Del Rio hit Freddie Swain with a five-yard touchdown pass to stun Kentucky with 43 seconds left. Del Rio completed 9-of-14 passes for 74 yards, a touchdown and an interception in total.
Sep 25 - 12:51 PM

Michigan HC Jim Harbaugh said that redshirt senior QB Wilton Speight has a "soft (tissue) issue."

Speight was sandwiched by two Purdue defenders in the first quarter of Saturday's win and was subsequently taken to an off-site locale for precautionary X-rays. Those X-rays came back free-and-clear of any evidence of structural damage, but there is no current timetable for Speight's return. Helping matters considerably, the Wolverines are off on bye this coming weekend. Should he be sidelined beyond that, John O'Korn -- who took over for him after the injury -- would start in his place.
Source: mlive.com
Sep 24 - 4:44 PM

ECU redshirt senior WR Davon Grayson caught 11 passes for 223 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's 41-38 win over UConn.

The Huskies possess one of the worst secondaries in the country and Grayson readily took advantage. The 6-foot-2, 190-pounder's highlight grab came on a 75-yard touchdown catch in the opening minutes of the third quarter. On the play in question, he hauled in the pass on the left sideline about 20 yards downfield, then made a Saquon Barkley-esque jump cut back to the right which caused two UConn defenders to collide while he raced to glory. Grayson has put in at least 75 yards receiving in three of four games this season, with Sunday's performance his first of the 100-yard variety (and the 200-yard variety, at that).
Sep 24 - 4:04 PM

In the latest release of the AP Top-25 poll, TCU and Georgia saw rises to Nos. 9 and 7, respectively.

Georgia is up from No. 11 and TCU up from No. 16 thanks to respective wins over Mississippi State and Oklahoma State. A casualty of these rises came in the form of Ohio State, with the Buckeyes being knocked from No. 10 to No. 11. Elsewhere in poll excitement, two new faces joined the fray on Sunday, with West Virginia and Notre Dame slotting in at Nos. 23 and 22, respectively.
Sep 24 - 2:49 PM

In the latest release of the Amway Coaches Poll, Georgia moved from No. 12 to No. 8.

No changes at the top, as Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma and Penn State all retained spot Nos. 1-4, respectively. Further down, Georgia bumped up four spots to land in the top-10 courtesy of Saturday's dominating win over Mississippi State. TCU nearly joined them after their upset of Oklahoma State, but not quite, not quite -- the Horned Frogs moved up from No. 15 to No. 11. As for the biggest droppers, nobody took a harder hit than Florida State. The 0-2 Seminoles plummeted 14 spots to No. 25 following their loss to NC State and are now teetering on the edge of falling out of the poll altogether.
Source: USA Today
Sep 24 - 1:54 PM

UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen completed 40-of-60 passes for 480 yards with three touchdowns and two picks in a 58-34 loss to Stanford on Saturday.

Rosen (6'4/218) continued to make the plays that have scouts salivating, and the same mistakes that leave them scratching their heads. He again struggled with pressure, and he threw several balls off of his back foot; one of which lead to a late pick that essentially clinched the game. There were good things on Saturday as well as seen in the yardage and touchdown, but this was a mixed effort from the UCLA signal-caller, and mixed might be too nice.
Sep 24 - 2:34 AM

Wyoming redshirt junior QB Josh Allen completed just 9-of-19 passes for 98 yards and a touchdown in a 28-21 overtime victory over Hawaii.

Let's be clear: Allen doesn't have great wideouts, and he doesn't have a great offensive line. Those caveats out of the way, it's still safe to say that this isn't a great start to the season for the 6-foot-5, 230-pound quarterback. His touchdown pass was certainly a clutch one, a 25-yard pass on play-action to a wide-open James Price to give the Cowboys a 28-21 lead in the first overtime. There's plenty of time to rebuild his stock -- and GMs are going to give him some slack for playing with less than a full deck. If he's really going to challenge to be the first quarterback taken in a strong class of signal-callers, however, he's going to have to play (much) better than this.
Sep 24 - 2:05 AM

Arizona State sophomore WR N'Keal Harry caught seven passes for 170 yards and a touchdown in a 37-35 upset victory over Oregon on Saturday.

Over Harry's last two games, Harry has caught 20 passes for 318 yards and two scores. That'll do. Harry is a special talent, and he burned the Oregon defense several times in the upset win. His touchdown was a three-yard score coming from quarterback Manny Wilkins late in the first to give ASU a 14-7 lead. The Sun Devils are going to have to win shootout games all year because of their poor defense, but Harry is talented enough to give them a chance to do just that.
Sep 24 - 1:41 AM




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