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Draft insider Tony Pauline listed UNC senior QB Bryn Renner as a fourth-round talent heading into the 2013 season.

Renner is a "solid college quarterback that’s shown consistent development in his game," Pauline writes. "Terrific job commanding and controlling the offense. Makes good decisions and uses all his targets. Lacks great pocket stature and needs to improve his accuracy but can develop into a productive NFL signal caller." Our own Josh Norris was very impressed with Renner's ability to work through progressions in a poised manner, especially considering he runs an up-tempo offense.
Wed, Aug 21, 2013 11:12:00 AM

SEC Country's Mike Griffith cites a source saying Tennessee's upcoming game with Kentucky is "critical" in order for Butch Jones to keep his job.

Tennessee is currently 3-4 on the season coming off a 45-7 loss to Alabama, but that game apparently does not impact Jones' status. He is now 33-26 over the last five seasons with the Vols. That Kentucky game is on Saturday and the Wildcats currently boast a 5-2 record.
Source: SEC Country
Oct 23 - 11:11 AM

Texas freshman QB Sam Ehlinger did not practice on Sunday after being hit in the head during Saturday's game against Oklahoma State.

Many were calling for Ehlinger to be sidelined, but it did not happen. Ehlinger stayed in the game and then threw an interception in overtime to end it. Ehlinger's style is aggressive, as he takes hits other quarterbacks don't. This specific play saw Ehlinger sprint to the right in overtime and be taken down by two Cowboys, ending with his head slamming into the ground.
Oct 23 - 10:53 AM

Florida State junior RB Jacques Patrick is "most likely" out for the season with a knee injury.

Head coach Jimbo Fisher told reporters Patrick tore cartilage in his knee. The junior was splitting time with freshman Cam Akers, so expect the first year player to see an even larger workload now. Patrick apparently finished the game despite the injury.
Source: Rivals
Oct 23 - 10:38 AM

Football Scoop's Zach Barnett reports that Georgia Southern has fired HC Tyson Summers.

The nail in Summers' coffin came when the Eagles were blown out 55-20 by a previously win-less UMass squad on Saturday. That loss dropped Georgia Southern to 0-6. Summers managed just a 5-13 record since assuming the helm in December of 2015. Per Barnett, TE coach Chad Lunsford will take over as interim head coach with Summers being shown the door.
Oct 22 - 4:11 PM

In the latest release of the AP Top-25 poll, Notre Dame was the only new entry in the top 10.

The Irish scooted up from No. 13 to No. 9 courtesy of their blowout of USC on Saturday. There was little positive movement otherwise, with the first eight teams in the poll (Alabama, Penn State, Georgia, TCU, Wisconsin, Ohio State, Clemson and Miami) all holding their positions from the last poll release. A hearty welcome into polling action for Iowa State, though, with the Cyclones landing at No. 25. They're currently rolling on a three-game winning streak.
Oct 22 - 2:24 PM

USC redshirt sophomore QB Sam Darnold said that his ankle injury is "nothing I can't handle."

Darnold aggravated a previous ankle injury in Saturday's demoralizing loss to Notre Dame and sat for most of the fourth quarter. This doesn't sound like a major issue, but the upcoming practice week will tell the tale as to whether the redshirt sophomore is able to play against Arizona State next weekend. Matt Fink would likely take the reins if Darnold is unable to play in that contest.
Oct 22 - 1:57 PM

Virginia hired Georgia deputy athletic director Carla Williams to serve as athletic director.

Williams' hiring is a landmark one, as she becomes the first female African-American to serve as athletic director at a Power Five program. She had been with Georgia for 13 years prior to being hired over by the Cavaliers. UVA president-elect Jim Ryan said in a statement, "She is exceedingly well-prepared for this role, but more than that, she is fiercely committed to excellence in both athletics and academics and has a track record of success in both arenas."
Source: 247Sports
Oct 22 - 1:44 PM

Arkansas freshman RB Chase Hayden (leg) could miss an extended amount of time.

Hayden was injured in Saturday's loss to Auburn, exiting stage left after registering a pair of carries for 42 yards and one catch for 23 yards. After the game, Razorbacks HC Bret Bielema said, "I don’t want to comment on Chase until I know for sure," but did offer that the 5-foot-11, 185-pounder is dealing with an injury to the lower leg. The true freshman has rushed for 338 yards and four touchdowns for the current campaign. Further information as to his playing status moving forward should emerge in the coming days.
Source: SEC Country
Oct 22 - 1:18 PM

Ole Miss junior QB Jordan Ta'amu entered in relief of Shea Patterson (knee) on Saturday against LSU and will likely to take over starting duties now that Patterson is out for the year.

Ta'amu (6'2/212) went 7-for-11 for 78 yards and 20 rushing yards on three carries against the Tigers. "I’m very confident (in Ta'amu moving forward)," HC Matt Luke said. "He showed some flashes tonight and did some things with his legs. I was impressed with him throwing the ball tonight. He led us on two scoring drives and that gave him some valuable experience." Ta’amu posted 3,000 passing yards and 39 total touchdowns last season at the junior college level. In the 2017 cycle, Ta'amu was tabbed as a three-star prospect by Scout and ESPN and the No. 4 JUCO dual-threat QB in the nation by ESPN. He was also a member of the Scout JUCO Top 100, listed as the No. 99 overall JUCO prospect in the country. "Jordan is a player and can handle the spotlight," said New Mexico Military HC Joe Forchtner, Ta'amu's JUCO coach. "I’d take him as my quarterback at any school in the country."
Source: Rivals
Oct 22 - 11:51 AM

Ole Miss sophomore QB Shea Patterson (knee) will miss the remainder of the season.

Patterson tore the posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee late in the first half of Saturday's loss to LSU. In a display of pure grit, Patterson returned after halftime to play all but the waning minutes of the game with a brace on his injured knee. According to reports, Patterson will spend the next four weeks in a cast. He won't know if he'll need surgery until an examination after that period (many PCL injuries heal on their own). Patterson, the SEC's leading passer, ends the season with 2,259 passing yards and a 17/9 TD/INT ratio. He'll enter next season as one of college football's more intriguing QB prospects. The 6-foot-2, 203-pounder is most often compared to Russell Wilson and Johnny Manziel (including by Texas A&M HC Kevin Sumlin). Last year, an NFL scout told Bleacher Report that Patterson "has the tools to play in this league for 10 years—and make a whole lot of money." Patterson, a former five-star recruit, was the No. 4 overall prospect in the 2016 class.
Source: 247 Sports
Oct 22 - 11:18 AM

Washington State senior QB Luke Falk completed 17-of-34 passes for 197 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-0 demolishing of Colorado on Saturday.

Falk also ran for 41 yards, as the 6-foot-4, 223-pound quarterback had all day to throw and took off when necessary. While the three touchdowns are great, this was not a strong game from the senior QB. Anytime he had to make a throw that wasn't the first read, he struggled with accuracy, and Colorado dropped multiple interceptions. Still, even in a "bad" game, there were moments of brilliance for the potential first-round pick. Falk and the Cougs get Arizona next.
Oct 22 - 2:10 AM




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