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According to Russ Lande of the National Football Post, Miami (OH) QB Zac Dysert did not look like a quarterback "with the talent to start" in the NFL during this week's Senior Bowl practices.

Lande says Dysert "definitely struggled" throughout the week, lacking quality zip on his throws and often failing to throw tight spirals. "I was surprised at the lack of accuracy on his throws," Lande added. NC State's Mike Glennon, Syracuse's Ryan Nassib, and Arkansas' Tyler Wilson -- in addition to West Virginia's Geno Smith -- appear to have all pulled ahead of Dysert.
Thu, Jan 24, 2013 01:01:00 PM

OwlAccess.com's Chuck King reports that FAU is considering taking disciplinary action against senior WR Kamrin Solomon for his alleged role in the fight that led to felony battery charges levied against fellow WR Kalib Woods.

King's sources identified Solomon as the second shirtless fighter in the surveillance video during the altercation. Solomon (6'2/205), the offensive MVP over the spring, is the projected starting slot receiver. Henry Bussey and D’Anfernee McGriff would fight for that designation if he's suspended or dismissed.
Jul 22 - 3:08 PM

Ole Miss AD Ross Bjork said former HC Hugh Freeze would have been fired for cause had he not resigned.

Freeze resigned as the head coach at Ole Miss on Thursday after it became known that least one call from his university-issued cell phone was placed to an escort service. Freeze told Yahoo! Sports that the call was a misdial. Bjork responded by writing that "further vetting of Freeze’s phone records disclosed a ‘pattern of conduct’ that led the school administration to confront Freeze this week" and that the "moral turpitude" clause in Freeze’s contract would have been invoked in a firing had Freeze not stepped down first. According to Bjork, Freeze received no buyout and no settlement. OL coach Matt Luke was named interim head coach.
Source: Yahoo
Jul 22 - 2:37 PM

OwlAccess.com's Chuck King reports that FAU redshirt senior WR Kalib Woods "has likely played his last down at FAU."

Woods faces two felony charges for his alleged role in a bloody brawl at an off-campus banquet hall. Indefinitely suspended by FAU HC Lane Kiffin and barred from campus at present moment, King doesn't expect Woods to be reinstated. In fact, King already lists Woods as a "key loss" for the team. Woods projects Texas transfer DeAndre McNeal to take over at WR1.
Jul 22 - 1:56 PM

SI's Bruce Feldman writes that you can expect South Dakota State senior TE Dallas Goedert "to light up the NFL Combine next winter."

The 6-foot-5, 250-pound Goedert vertical jumps 36 inches, broad-jumps 9’9 ½", runs the 40 in 4.65, power cleans 380 and benches 380. CBS Sports' Dane Brugler listed Goedert as one of his top-10 TE prospects for the 2018 NFL Draft. Goedert had 92 receptions for 1,293 yards and 11 touchdowns last year.
Source: SI
Jul 22 - 1:46 PM

Coastal Carolina HC Joe Moglia underwent surgery on his trachea to remove a precancerous nodule.

Moglia will not be able to make it to Sun Belt media festivities, with OC Jamey Chadwell heading there in his place. This procedure is not expected to force Moglia to miss time during August camp. Coastal Carolina will be making its FBS debut when they tango with UMass on September 2.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 21 - 5:03 PM

Florida State received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 CB Akeem Dent.

"Dent really gets downhill in a hurry, flashing big-time closing speed and acceleration, but also does a nice job of playing under control," Scout.com noted in their breakdown of the 6-foot, 170-pound stalwart out of Wellington, Florida. The outlet additionally passes along that Dent has shown an ability to excel at both corner and safety during his high school career. He ranks as Scout's No. 9 overall prospect for the 2019 cycle and stands as their No. 1 corner in the class.
Source: Scout.com
Jul 21 - 4:56 PM

Ole Miss three-star 2019 CB Bobby Wolfe reopened his recruitment.

Wolfe (6'2/175) becomes the first player to decommit from Ole Miss in the wake of HC Hugh Freeze's resignation on Thursday. While no pledges in the 2018 class have backed off their commitments as of yet, those might start to filter out in the coming days. Three-star 2018 OL commit Blaine Scott told ESPN, "Right now I'm just laying low. I will make a decision in a few days." Realistically, it's going to be a very tough hill to climb for Ole Miss to remain legitimately relevant in recruiting for the foreseeable future.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 21 - 4:23 PM

Former San Francisco 49ers personnel executive Tom Gamble has joined the staff at Michigan.

Just what role Gamble will be playing on staff is unknown at this juncture. Gamble parted ways with the 49ers after John Lynch was hired as general manager in February. He previously worked with Wolverines HC Jim Harbaugh when Harbaugh was with San Francisco in 2011 and 2012.
Jul 21 - 4:07 PM

Georgia Southern sophomore QB Seth Shuman will not play football this season while he focuses on baseball.

Shuman (6'1/195) was selected by the Orioles in the 39th round of the 2016 amateur draft. On the gridiron, he played in five games as a true freshman last season, rushing for 39 yards on eight carries while throwing for 357 yards with a 1/3 TD/INT ratio. He was in line to start for the coming season, but that burden will now fall to one of Alabama State transfer Ellis Richardson, redshirt freshman Shai Werts or JUCO transfer Kado Brown.
Source: wjcl.com
Jul 20 - 8:57 PM

Ole Miss HC Hugh Freeze has resigned.

Yahoo Sports' Pat Forde indicated on Thursday evening that "explosive new information" had Freeze facing a potential firing. We know what that information is now -- USA Today's Dan Wolken is reporting that Freeze made a one-minute call to a number associated with an escort service on a university-issued phone on January 19, 2016. Per Wolken, this arose as information in talks between "the university’s legal counsel and the attorney for former Rebels football coach Houston Nutt." Nutt is suing the university for an alleged smear campaign in the wake of numerous NCAA violations being levied against the program, violations which they have tried to steer away from Freeze. Ole Miss AD Ross Bjork cited Freeze's personal misconduct (and not the NCAA violations) when speaking with ESPN regarding the resignation, saying that university officials discovered a pattern of phone calls. With the season just over a month away, OL coach Matt Luke has been named interim head coach.
Source: USA Today
Jul 20 - 8:06 PM

Pat Forde of Yahoo Sports reports that "explosive new information has put Ole Miss [head] coach Hugh Freeze's job in immediate jeopardy."

Forde writes that "a decision should come soon." We would assume that this relates in some way to the mass of NCAA violations being levied against Freeze, but expect further information to surface in the coming days. On top of the NCAA's probe, former Rebs HC Houston Nutt is also suing the university for what he claims is a smear campaign against him to attempt to shift the blame in the ongoing investigation into various possible forms of shadiness at Ole Miss. Stay tuned.
Jul 20 - 7:37 PM




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