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TCU redshirt junior LB Joel Hasley has left the team.

Head coach Gary Patterson said Hasley "decided it was time to move on from football." The former walk on started 10 games in 2012 and was second on the team in tackles. Hasley has already finished his degree in communications and is close to completing a degree in geology. This is the second prominent starter to recently leave the program, with offensive tackle Tayo Fabuluje citing personal reasons for his departure.
Mon, Aug 5, 2013 04:24:00 PM

Fox Sports' Stewart Mandel writes that Ole Miss HC Hugh Freeze "most certainly won’t" survive his program’s ongoing scandal.

The NCAA charged Ole Miss with a lack of institutional control along with 21 total allegations. Among them, giving a former recruit access to two boosters who provided "between $13,000 and $15,600" in impermissible cash benefits. As for Freeze, he's been charged with violating "head coach responsibility legislation." To this point, Chancellor Jeff Vitter and AD Ross Bjork have stuck by him. Though Freeze continues to maintain his innocence, it seems to be only a matter of time before his bosses reverse course and hit the reset button.
Source: Fox Sports
Feb 23 - 11:28 AM

Texas sophomore QB Shane Buechele re-aggravated an old thumb injury last season.

Buechele initially suffered the injury in high school. While it's uncertain when he aggravated it, 247 Sports opines that it happened during Texas’ 24-20 loss to West Virginia. Buechele's thumb is not expected to require surgery.
Source: 247 Sports
Feb 23 - 10:43 AM

Ole Miss self-imposed a one-year postseason ban after receiving notice that the NCAA is accusing it of eight new athletic compliance violations.

Those eight allegations are in addition to the 13 that the NCAA charged Ole Miss with last year, making 21 total allegations. In addition, Ole Miss was charged with a lack of institutional control. Ole Miss received the original allegations on Jan. 30 2016. In response, the school self-imposed the loss of 11 football scholarships over a four-year period from 2015-2018. The NCAA re-opened the case when T Laremy Tunsil admitted he took money from Rebels' coaches during the last NFL Draft. Yahoo! Sports' Pat Forde reported in August that the NCAA had granted immunity to players at Mississippi State and Auburn to speak openly about being recruited by Ole Miss.
Source: SB Nation
Feb 22 - 5:39 PM

Washington hired Baylor offensive coordinator and wide receiver coach Matt Lubick as co-offensive coordinator and wide receiver coach.

Lubick replaces Bush Hamdan, the Huskies' former WR coach who was hired as the Atlanta Falcons' quarterbacks coach. Incredibly, this is Lubick's fourth job is three months. He spent last year as Oregon's OC, replacing Scott Frost, who was hired as UCF's HC. Just before Christmas, Lubick accepted an offer to become Ole Miss' WR coach. But reserved course in the New Year, joining Baylor's staff. Lubick resigned his post at Baylor to accept the Washington gig.
Source: ESPN
Feb 22 - 3:59 PM

South Carolina sophomore WR Bryan Edwards (sports hernia) will be limited early in spring practices.

Edwards underwent sports hernia surgery in the offseason. The 6-foot-3, 209-pound former four-star wideout was the ESPN 300's No. 253 overall prospect in the 2016 pool. He showed NFL tools as a true freshman, posting a 44-590-4 line despite being a victim of South Carolina's feeble aerial attack.
Feb 22 - 2:51 PM

In an interview with Mike Florio, Texas Tech QB Pat Mahomes revealed he received a second round grade from the NFL Draft Advisory Board.

Mahomes obviously declared based on that feedback, and there is some buzz that he could be the first quarterback off the board. It is all up to flavors and types in this year's quarterback class, and Ian Rapoport noted some in the NFL view Mahomes as the top prospect at his position. Mahomes will be a second round selection at the latest.
Feb 22 - 10:54 AM

Draft Insider Tony Pauline progresses the possibility that Western Kentucky OL Forrest Lamp will move to C in the NFL.

Daniel Jeremiah first mentioned the possibility. We all know that Lamp is viewed as an interior offensive lineman, but center is quite different than guard. Cody Whitehair, Justin Britt and Mitch Morse all moved from tackle to center. Lamp will likely be a top 50 selection.
Feb 22 - 10:05 AM

Matt Harmon of Reception Perception charted Penn State WR Chris Godwin as the best prospect at contested catches over the last two years with a conversion rate of 85.7%

That topped 2016's champion Josh Doctson by 0.7%. Godwin shines in this area of the game, either along the sideline or in the end zone. The question is if his game can grow beyond that, and athletic testing might help his cause. Godwin is aggressive after the catch and will work over the middle of the field. His best game was his last, the Rose Bowl against USC.
Source: Rotoworld
Feb 22 - 9:09 AM

Clemson associate AD Bert Henderson was found dead on Tuesday.

Henderson, 60, did not show up for work on Monday and his family subsequently reported him missing. On Tuesday, authorities found his body in a wooded area about a mile from his home in Easley, South Carolina. A cause of death has not been disclosed. He had been with Clemson since 1978, when he worked as an athletic trainer.
Source: ESPN.com
Feb 21 - 4:39 PM

CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd reports that former Cincinnati HC Tommy Tuberville is considering running for the Alabama governorship in 2018.

"Everybody wants non-politicians now. Eighty-percent of it is name recognition," a member of Tuberville's camp told Dodd. The 62-year-old stepped down as Cincinnati's head coach at the beginning of December following a 4-8 campaign. While his most recent coaching stop was with the Bearcats, he has the requisite Alabama roots, too, having posted an 85-40 record during his nine years at Auburn (1999-2008). Dodd relays that a statewide phone poll is currently being conducted to assess the feasibility of a political run. Tuberville's decision as to whether or not to run figures to be made within the next few weeks.
Source: CBS Sports
Feb 21 - 4:12 PM

Kansas redshirt senior QB Montell Cozart will transfer.

We assume Cozart is leaving as a graduate, but neither his farewell message to fans nor early news stories covering it indicated whether he's chucked a mortarboard skyward yet. Cozart is the third Jayhawk QB to leave the program this offseason, following Ryan Willis and Deondre Ford. That trio had been bypassed on the depth chart by Carter Stanley and former Washington State QB Peyton Bender, a JUCO signee. Cozart started 18 games -- generally ineffectively -- for the Jayhawks over the past four seasons.
Source: KU Sports
Feb 21 - 3:50 PM




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