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Florida head coach Will Muschamp redshirt junior QB Tyler Murphy will be the top passer with Jeff Driskel out following surgery.

Driskel underwent emergency appendectomy surgery a few days ago and is expected to miss two weeks. We doubt he misses game action, but the Gators seem to have a clear back up in Murphy. He has played in three games during his career with no starts.
Fri, Aug 2, 2013 11:37:00 AM

Virginia Tech redshirt freshman QB Andrew Ford will transfer.

Stuck behind senior Michael Brewer and junior Brenden Motley on the depth chart, Ford sought and was granted a release from his Tech scholarship. If he goes to another FBS program, he’ll have to sit out this coming season. The three-star recruit took a redshirt last season, his first in college.
Jun 2 - 10:10 PM

Former Maryland graduate RB Albert Reid transferred to Virginia.

Because Reid's medical hardship waiver was granted, he is both eligible to play immediately and will have two seasons of eligibility remaining. The former four-star recruit ran for just 61 yards in 2014. He didn't figure to made a sudden leap up the depth chart, spurring the defection.
Jun 2 - 9:41 PM

NFL talent evaluator told ESPN's Kyle Bonagura that USC senior C Max Tuerk would have been the second-best center prospect behind Florida State's Cameron Erving if he had entered the past draft.

"He returns to anchor what is arguably the best offensive line in college football," Bonagura wrote. The 6-foot-6, 285-pound Tuerk, Mel Kiper's top ranked underclassmen OG prospect last season, has the versatility to conceivably play any position on the offensive line. Like Erving, he is a former left tackle who converted to center.
Source: ESPN.com
Jun 2 - 8:16 PM

Redshirt freshman David Cornwell is pressing, "maybe even surpassing," senior Jacob Coker for Alabama's starting QB job.

Coker transferred from FSU prior to last year, and many believed he would overtake Blake Sims for the starting job early or later in the season. That never happened. Now it seems that Cornwell, a former four-star recruit, might be overtaking the highly touted transfer. Expect Alabama to rely even more on their running game no matter who is starting at quarterback.
Source: AJC
Jun 2 - 2:15 PM

Notre Dame has reinstated senior edge rusher Ishaq Williams.

Williams was another name involved in the academic fraud investigation and was dismissed from the team last August. He was expected to start for the Irish prior to that incident. He stands around 6'5/271 lbs and has rushed the passer from a three and two point stance.
Jun 2 - 9:55 AM

Maryland sophomore CB D’Andre Payne will transfer.

Payne never even played a game for the Terps. The four-star 2014 recruit played in eight games and registered four tackles last season for Tennessee. He transferred to Maryland but spent only four months on campus before deciding to move on again. Payne will enroll at an unspecified junior college. He was the No. 230 overall according recruit coming out of high school, according to Rivals.com.
Jun 1 - 9:06 PM

Oklahoma redshirt senior LB Frank Shannon has returned to the team, according to teammate Zach Sanchez.

Sanchez announced the news, which has not been confirmed by the school, on Twitter. Shannon was suspended by the university for the entire 2014 season after he was accused of sexual assault. Charges were later dropped. Shannon led the Sooners in tackles with 92 as a redshirt sophomore in 2013.
Jun 1 - 8:37 PM

North Carolina Central wide receiver/kick returner Adrian Wilkins will enter this year's supplemental draft.

Wilkins doesn't have a great shot to get picked, but he should be in a camp this summer fighting for a roster spot. The 5-foot-8, 175-pounder averaged more than 20 yards per kick return last season -- he added 50 catches for 540 yards and three touchdowns -- and that's where he's going to have to make it in the NFL, at least initially. He had five special teams touchdowns (three on kickoffs, two on punt returns) in 2013. Wilkins is the second player to enter the 2015 NFL Supplemental Draft, following West Georgia's Darrius Caldwell.
Source: NFL.com
Jun 1 - 8:09 PM

UAB president Ray Watts will file notice with the NCAA to bring football back to the school, according to Fox 6's Alan Collins.

Watts previously said the decision was to be voted for on June 1. Collins adds new UAB athletic director Mark Ingram "will form committee to raise money to upgrade facilities to raise $13 to $20 million." If you are scratching your head, you are not alone. Watts and company eliminated UAB football, so a number of the players transferred. Now he wants to bring it back, without players, which sets the school back years. The original decision was the wrong one, and if Watts keeps his job through it we will be at a loss for words.
Jun 1 - 1:04 PM

UCLA HC Jim Mora is trying to model his program after an NFL franchise.

"There's really only one way I've ever done it, which is an NFL way," Mora said, "so I operate with that in mind, still being cognizant of the fact that I'm dealing with younger athletes. I try to teach them professional ways to do things." Mora was Seattle's head coach in 2009. He is 29-11 in three seasons at UCLA. "It’s a real advantage for [players] to be in an environment that's operating at a professional level with professional coaches, because every kid that comes here on scholarship has that dream in their head, that, 'I want to go to the NFL,'" said Mora.
Source: ESPN.com
May 31 - 6:02 PM

Baylor athletic director Ian McCaw said Thursday that he is in negotiations to upgrade the Bears' nonconference schedule over the next five years.

"We’re having some interesting discussions right now," McCaw said. "We’re certainly open to playing a Power 5 team not every year, but a good number of years." Baylor, of course, narrowly missed the playoffs last year, mostly because of its weak nonconference schedule. It gets no better in 2015, as Baylor plays SMU, Lamar and Rice. In the future, the Bears have commitments to play Northwestern (La.) State (2016), Liberty (2017), UTSA (2017-19), Abilene Christian (2018), Incarnate Word (2019) and Louisiana Tech (2020-22). "We’re in a different spot than we were when we scheduled the teams last year and this year," McCaw said. "Obviously, as we’ve won back-to-back Big 12 championships and our program is on the national stage and we’re recruiting at an extremely high level, we’re able to take on a higher level of competition."
Source: ESPN.com
May 31 - 4:42 PM




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