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Despite reports stating redshirt freshman Trevor Knight had been named the team's starter, beat writer Jason Kersey writes Oklahoma's QB competition is still open.

"After checking around with sources I trust, I’m not ready to call the battle, and I don’t think Bob Stoops is, either," Kersey writes. Knight is battling with junior Blake Bell, who has earned playing time in the past thanks to his power running style. The issue, however, is Bell's unproven passing ability, completing just 10 passes through 20 games played.
Tue, Aug 20, 2013 11:33:00 AM

USC redshirt sophomore QB Sam Darnold is not present for the school's player run practice sessions.

We suspect a conflict of schedule is the reason here, likely the Elite 11 camp where Darnold will act as a counselor. Very few knew Darnold's name at this point last season, but he has already propelled himself into the conversation of the top prospect in the country.
Jun 29 - 10:56 AM

The Senior Bowl's Patrick Woo was extremely impressed by Nebraska redshirt junior QB Tanner Lee during the Manning Passing Academy.

"Tanner Lee was my favorite guy," Woo commented after attending the event that also included Lamar Jackson, Sam Darnold and others. "(Lee) embodies everything you want in a true pocket passer," Woo concluded. Lee sat out all of last season after transferring from Tulane, where he started 19 games in two seasons. Lee then won the starting job this spring and has not looked back since. For his career Lee has thrown 23 touchdowns compared to 21 interceptions.
Source: Land Of 10
Jun 29 - 10:06 AM

Eastern Michigan signed HC Chris Creighton to an extension running through 2022.

Creighton receives his just rewards for bringing the Eagles to their first bowl game since 1987 last year. After inheriting a followed-out program, Creighton went 3-21 in his first two years before engineering the drastic turnaround. Creighton’s new deal increases his 2016 base salary of $434,840 by 2.5 percent.
Jun 28 - 6:49 PM

Oklahoma junior S Will Sunderland turned himself in on Tuesday for a felony second-degree burglary charge.

He was released after posting a bond of $5,000. Sunderland is alleged to have stolen a PlayStation 4, controllers and games from a dorm room housing Sooner baseball players, and then selling them to an Oklahoma City business. He previously turned himself in on a misdemeanor charge for possession of stolen property. Sunderland remains suspended from the Sooners until his legal status clears up.
Jun 28 - 6:27 PM

Michigan junior WR Grant Perry pleaded guilty to a felony but avoided a conviction on sexual assault charges.

He pleaded guilty to one count of resisting a police officer -- a felony which carries a maximum sentence of two years in prison -- and one count of misdemeanor assault and battery. In exchange, prosecutors agreed to drop two counts of misdemeanor fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct and a pending alcohol charge. The counts stem from a December incident in which Perry was accused of inappropriately touching a woman while waiting in line at an East Lansing bar. Perry posted a 13-183-1 line in 2016.
Source: ESPN
Jun 28 - 1:43 PM

Oklahoma received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 QB Spencer Rattler.

Rattler (6'0/165) ranks as 247Sports' No. 2 pro-style quarterback for the 2019 cycle. Outlet analyst Steve Wiltfong offers up a nice scouting report on the Phoenix native, noting that he "moves extremely well and is accurate with the football while running to his right or left" and "has a knack for extending plays and is always looking downfield for an open receiver." Rattler is the second commitment HC Lincoln Riley has landed in the 2019 class, joining four-star TE Austin Stogner. The Sooners have had no issues landing pledges since Riley took over for the retiring Bob Stoops earlier this month.
Jun 27 - 5:58 PM

Alabama senior CB Tony Brown failed to qualify for the U.S. national team in the 100-meter dash.

On Thursday at the United States Track & Field Outdoor Championships, Brown was disqualified due to a false start. Crimson Tide football fans probably aren't too sorry to see this. Making the national team would have required participating in the IAAF World Championships, which would have conflicted with Alabama's report date for fall camp on Aug. 2. The 6-foot, 196-pound Brown is a two-time track All-American. Brown is expected to be the Crimson Tide's starting nickelback this season.
Source: NFL.com
Jun 27 - 3:56 PM

NFL.com analyst Daniel Jeremiah compares Washington State redshirt senior QB Luke Falk to Kirk Cousins.

Interestingly, Jeremiah believes Falk would've been selected in Round 1 or 2 had he entered the 2017 NFL Draft. "Although he plays in an Air Raid offense, he does read the entire field," Jeremiah wrote. "He has a very quiet lower body (calm, firm base) and a smooth release. He has tremendous touch at all three levels." As for areas to improve upon, the analyst noted that Falk is skinny, doesn't have a huge arm and is only a "functional" athlete. "If Falk can add a little strength, I think he's going to be a long-term starter at the next level," Jeremiah concluded. Falk has posted back-to-back 4,000-yard seasons with a 76/17 TD/INT ratio over that time.
Source: NFL.com
Jun 27 - 3:13 PM

NFL.com analyst Daniel Jeremiah likens LSU junior RB Derrius Guice to a young Frank Gore.

More flattering still, Jeremiah sees a "little bit" of LaDainian Tomlinson in Guice's running style. "He is very decisive and reaches top speed in a hurry," Jeremiah wrote of Guice. "He has the wiggle to make defenders miss in tight quarters and he has incredible contact balance, which allows him to consistently bounce off of tacklers. He has homerun speed once he gets into the open field." The analyst would like to see Guice used more as a receiver -- he may get his wish now that Matt Canada is calling plays -- and also to see improvement from Guice as a pass blocker. Last year, the 5-foot-11, 216-pound Guice had 1,387 yards (7.6 ypa) and 15 touchdowns along with a 9-106-1 line as a receiver (11.8 ypc) and a 20.3 yard average on kick returns.
Source: NFL.com
Jun 27 - 2:04 PM

Top 2018 RB recruit Zamir White announced his commitment to Georgia.

It is about time Georgia received a commitment from a top running back recruit. The school's history with running backs is deep, and recent recruits will remember Knowshon Moreno, Todd Gurley, Keith Marshall, Nick Chubb and Sony Michel. The latter two will spend their final season with the Bulldogs this year, so White could see immediate work with the team in 2018. He is widely considered the top recruit at his position and a five star athlete.
Jun 27 - 12:20 PM

Texas sophomore QB Shane Buechele won the throwing contest at the Manning Passing Academy.

Buechele is not guaranteed to start this season, although he is the favorite to reclaim his No. 1 gig from last year. His style fits Tom Herman's offense quite well, as the goal is to get the ball out quickly, many times on vertical shots, with tempo. Freshman Sam Ehringer is his main competition.
Source: 247 Sports
Jun 27 - 9:43 AM




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