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After polling NFL personnel men, CBS Sports' Rob Rang listed San Jose State OL David Quessenberry as a riser after Senior Bowl week.

Quessenberry is a former walk-on at the tight end position and showed promise at tackle, guard, and even backup snaps at center in Mobile. He is a bit light at 294 pounds, but Quessenberry held his own on counter power moves and was able to mirror with athletic footwork.
Source: CBS Sports
Sat, Jan 26, 2013 11:34:00 AM

WNDU-TV's Alex Wilcox reports that Notre Dame sophomore WR Chase Claypool will undergo shoulder surgery.

Per Wilcox, Claypool (6'5/213) tore multiple ligaments in his shoulder during practice last week. His surgery is set for Tuesday. This unfortunate setback will cost the sophomore wideout a chance to play in the Citrus Bowl against LSU on New Year's Day. Claypool put in a 29-402-2 receiving line across 11 games during the regular season. Chris Finke and Cameron Smith could potentially see increased snaps against the Tigers with their comrade down for the count.
Dec 16 - 2:42 PM

Texas HC Tom Herman said he hasn't decided who will start at quarterback for the bowl game against Missouri.

Shane Buechele and Sam Ehlinger have split reps with the first-team in practice, but Buechele has been going out first, followed by Ehlinger. "They've both had good days and both have had not so good days," Herman said. "So we've got a lot of time to worry about that, in terms of who's going to get the bulk of the reps in the game." Either way, the pair will likely platoon against Mizzou, with Buechele functioning as the passer and Ehlinger the runner.
Source: Dallas News
Dec 16 - 2:34 PM

Per the ESPN broadcast, Troy redshirt senior RB Jordan Chunn (leg) labeled himself "questionable" to play in Saturdays's bowl game against Troy.

Chunn seemed like he had a better than 50-50 chance of playing, but pre-game warmups didn't go as well as he'd like. He's in uniform and moving around on the sidelines as we speak. Troy HC Neal Brown said he'll leave the decision up to Chunn.
Dec 16 - 1:08 PM

North Texas senior RB Jeffery Wilson (foot) is officially out for Saturday's bowl game against Troy.

As expected. The Mean Green were hoping for a miracle, but Wilson's foot injury didn't heal in time. UNT will lean on freshman Nic Smith at tailback.
Dec 16 - 1:04 PM

When asked on Twitter whether he'll play in the Peach Bowl against UCF on Jan. 1, Auburn junior RB Kerryon Johnson (ribs, shoulder) responded: "Of course."

Johnson is dealing with sore ribs and a shoulder injury. Neither required surgery, so it's probably all about pain tolerance at this point. While other runners may have used the medical issues as a reason to skip the bowl matchup, Johnson has no such intentions. Johnson has rushed for 1,320 yards and 17 touchdowns over 11 games, along with a 20-152-0 receiving line. After the season, he has a decision to make regarding the NFL.
Dec 16 - 12:55 PM

South Carolina HC Will Muschamp announced that sophomore RB Rico Dowdle (leg) will play against Michigan in the Outback Bowl.

Dowdle has been out since fracturing his fibula in October. Prior to the injury, had had rushes for 206 yards on 60 carries for the Gamecocks. South Carolina has struggled to run the football all season, but Dowdle, A.J. Turner and Ty'Son Williams give USC at least a chance to pound the rock against the tough Wolverine run defense.
Source: SEC Country
Dec 15 - 4:28 PM

Ole Miss announced Friday that they will file an appeal on the bowl pan they received from the NCAA Infractions Committee.

The school had a self-imposed bowl ban for 2017, and will now appeal for the chance to play in a bowl -- assuming the Rebels qualify -- in 2018. The postseason ban comes after the Infractions Committee found that Mississippi committed 21 rules violations. The school also received a loss of scholarships, and former coach Hugh Freeze will have to serve a two-game conference ban if he returns to coaching.
Dec 15 - 2:58 PM

FOX Sports' Bruce Feldman reports that a "deal is imminent" between Louisiana and Arizona State OC Billy Napier.

This is a nice hire for the Ragin’ Cajuns, who will attempt to rebuild courtesy of an offensive revolution. Napier will bring an up-tempo spread system that prioritizes speed and getting athletes into space. The 38-year-old is a former Alabama and Clemson assistant who did strong work calling the shots for the Sun Devils' offense. Per Feldman, Napier is "really connected in the South."
Dec 15 - 11:01 AM

Texas Tech signed DC David Gibbs to a contract extension.

After it was announced that Phil Bennett wouldn't return as Arizona State's DC, Gibbs became a rumored target of Herm Edwards' for the job. Instead, Gibbs has renewed his vows with the Red Raiders to the tune of a pay bump from $550,000 per year to $650,000. Tech's defense took a big step forward in 2017, leading the Big 12 with 27 takeaways.
Dec 15 - 10:32 AM

West Virginia senior RB Justin Crawford will skip the Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl against Utah on December 26 to begin preparations for the NFL Draft.

West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen announced the news on Thursday, shortly after Oregon released a similar news dispatch regarding Royce Freeman. Crawford, a JUCO transfer from Northwest Mississippi Community College, finished with back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons and back-to-back all-Big 12 second team appearances in his two years with the Mountaineers. The 6-foot, 200-pounder has skills, but he may get lost in the shuffle amidst this stacked running back class. USA Today's Luke Easterling did not rank Crawford among his top-22 RBs in a recent position ranking. Crawford figures to get taken sometime on Day 3.
Dec 15 - 10:22 AM

West Virginia redshirt junior QB Will Grier announced that he'll return for his senior season in 2018.

This is the right decision, as Grier would have likely been a Day 3 afterthought had he declared. Grier (6'2/215) could improve his draft stock with a big senior season. And while he won't magically be bigger this time next year, he could cut down on some mistakes and dispel lingering decision-making concerns. He was outstanding in his first year as the Mountaineers quarterback, going 250-of-388 for 3,490 yards and a 34/12 TD/INT rate. For that, he was named the 2017 Big 12 Newcomer of the Year. Unfortunately, we likely won't see him again this year. Grier broke the middle finger of his throwing hand in gruesome fashion against Texas almost a month ago. He's unlikely to be active for the Mountaineers’ bowl game.
Dec 14 - 6:57 PM




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