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NC State CB David Amerson ran an unofficial 4.38 forty at the NFL Combine.

His top 10 yard split clocked in at 1.52 seconds. This is a lot more straight-line speed than was expected for Amerson, but his slow hips and feet in transition is where the Wolfpack corner struggles. A second day pick could be in Amerson's future.
Tue, Feb 26, 2013 10:55:00 AM

Texas A&M HC Kevin Sumlin said that "things haven't changed" regarding freshman QB Kellen Mond's status as starting quarterback.

The return of Nick Starkel from a fractured ankle adds a wrinkle to the equation -- Starkel opened the season as starter -- but the Aggies have already embarked on the True Freshman Quarterback Experience with Mond and they aren't turning the car around. We think this is the smart move for Sumlin and crew. Mond is far from a polished passer, but he's shown respectable development as he's settled into the starting role and Texas A&M has worked its way out to a 5-2 start, 5-1 since their disastrous meltdown against UCLA to open the season.
Source: SEC Country
Oct 19 - 4:51 PM

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel's Shandel Richardson reports that FAU redshirt senior WR Kalib Woods will make his season-debut in Saturday's game against North Texas.

Woods has been out on indefinite suspension for his role in an off-campus brawl in June, one which led to a pair of felony battery charges. The 6-foot-3, 193-pound redshirt senior notched a 68-934-1 receiving line last season and should provide a big boost to the Owls' passing game once he's shaken off the rust. FAU will be gunning for its first three-game winning streak since 2013 when they do battle with North Texas on Saturday.
Oct 19 - 3:36 PM

Miami sophomore WR Ahmmon Richards (hamstring) is not listed on the team's injury report in advance of Saturday's game against Syracuse.

While we're still taking a wait-and-see approach to Richards when it comes to his game-availability -- he went so far as to warm up against Georgia Tech this past weekend but did not ultimately play in that contest -- all signs at this juncture are pointing toward the sophomore wideout being able to give it a go versus the Orange on Saturday. He has managed to appear in just two of five games this season due to a hamstring pull sustained in preseason camp, but is an uber-talented offensive weapon when healthy.
Oct 19 - 1:43 PM

One NFL executive believes Oklahoma senior QB Baker Mayfield will be a starting NFL player, an opinion he did not previously hold.

The executive told NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah that initially Mayfield was considered a weak armed, run around quarterback. Now, however, "he's got plenty of arm strength and he definitely has the 'it' factor. He put on a show when I watched him at practice." Mayfield has drawn all types of comparisons, from Russell Wilson to Colt McCoy. Obviously, both have started in the NFL but to varying degrees of success. Mayfield's ability to avoid sacks and find receivers downfield is practically rare.
Source: NFL.com
Oct 19 - 10:16 AM

Florida redshirt senior DE Jordan Sherit underwent season-ending hip surgery.

Sherit (6'4/254) was injured in the fourth quarter of Saturday's loss to Texas A&M. It's a major loss for the Gators. He had recorded a team-leading nine quarterback hurries in six games prior to undergoing the hip procedure, plus 23 tackles (5.0 for loss) and 2.5 sacks. This surgery not only ends his season, but also the redshirt senior's collegiate career. It's been an injury-plagued career. He redshirted as a freshman after tearing his ACL during his senior year in high school and also underwent knee surgery last autumn.
Oct 18 - 9:06 PM

Miami freshman WR Evidence Njoku will miss the remainder of the season after sustaining what HC Mark Richt termed a "lower right extremity injury" in practice on Tuesday.

While Richt did not specify the exact nature of the injury, the Miami Herald's Susan Miller Degnan is reporting that Njoku's right knee is the issue, here. The 6-foot-4, 195-pounder is the younger brother of Cleveland Browns TE David Njoku and ranked as a three-star recruit coming out of high school this winter. He has yet to catch a pass at the collegiate level.
Oct 18 - 5:25 PM

Arkansas HC Bret Bielema says senior QB Austin Allen (shoulder) has a "real possibility" of returning Saturday against Auburn.

Allen missed last Saturday's game against Alabama. "There’s a real possibility he plays on Saturday," Bielema said. Though Allen didn't practice Tuesday, Bielema said he's made good strides this week in returning from the injury to his throwing shoulder. If Allen can't go, redshirt freshman Cole Kelley will make his second consecutive start.
Source: SEC Country
Oct 18 - 2:48 PM

Dallas will host the 2018 NFL Draft, according to Ian Rapoport.

As you all know the draft moved from New York City to Chicago to Philadelphia, and now it will take it's talents to Dallas. Recently, each year has been slightly different, with indoor and outdoor locations along with picks being announced around the country and by zoo animals. Expect more schticks to be included this year.
Source: NFL.com
Oct 18 - 11:52 AM

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh praised Penn State junior RB Saquon Barkley's pass protection.

"He is a multi-purpose back that can do everything well," Harbaugh said while also highlighting Barkley's receiving ability and competency when running a number of routes. Penn State's offensive line is not a top unit, but Barkley is so good at creating yards on his own or turning negative runs into positive runs. Michigan's front is his toughest test yet.
Oct 18 - 11:14 AM

Washington State suspended junior WR Tavares Martin for Saturday's game against Colorado due to a violation of team rules.

This straight from HC Mike Leach to The Spokesman-Review's Theo Lawson. Just what Martin did to find himself in Leach's doghouse is not currently known. Martin is working to a 37-502-7 receiving line in seven games this season. He's been held under 40 yards receiving in each of the past two contests, but remains a big part of Wazzu's attack. CJ Dimry could see additional work against the Buffs on Saturday with Martin in the timeout corner.
Oct 17 - 10:50 PM

Kansas State HC Bill Snyder said that he is hopeful that redshirt junior QB Jesse Ertz (knee) will be able to play against Oklahoma on Saturday.

Ertz was initially reported as likely to miss 4-6 weeks due to a knee injury suffered against Texas earlier this month. He sat versus TCU on Saturday, with Alex Delton drawing the start in his place, but it's looking like the knee injury might not have been quite as serious as initially believed. Snyder indicated that he will probably be a game-time decision for Saturday. We'll continue to update Ertz's health as information becomes available. If he can't play against the Sooners this coming weekend, Delton would start once more.
Oct 17 - 7:25 PM




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