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Michigan senior S Courtney Avery underwent arthroscopic knee surgery on Saturday, and he will be sidelined for two weeks.

Avery will miss the season opener against Central Michigan and potentially the following week's game against Notre Dame. "Everything went well," head coach Brady Hoke said. "He is in great spirits, and he’ll be back on the field soon." Avery was recently named a team captain by his peers.
Tue, Aug 27, 2013 11:08:00 AM

Oregon senior WR Charles Nelson (ankle) is questionable for Saturday's game against Cal.

Nelson sat in Saturday's loss to Arizona State to rest up an ankle injury sustained against Wyoming the previous weekend. In two previous games this season, he had hauled in 15 passes for 243 yards. The senior wideout's status for Saturday's showdown with the surprise 3-1 Golden Bears should clarify over the course of the practice week.
Sep 26 - 6:16 PM

Miami sophomore WR Ahmmon Richards (hamstring) practiced on Tuesday.

Baby steps, but Richards looks like he is closing in on making his season debut against Duke on Friday. He has been on the mend from a severe hamstring pull since the tail-end of August camp. The 6-foot-2, 175-pound sophomore dressed and warmed up in advance of Saturday's win over Toledo, but did not play in that contest. The Canes have looked sharp on offense in their short two-game sample this season. Richards' return would just add another weapon for HC Mark Richt's squad.
Sep 26 - 5:38 PM

Miami sophomore WR Ahmmon Richards (hamstring) practiced on Tuesday.

Baby steps, but Richards looks like he is closing in on making his season debut against Duke on Friday. He has been on the mend from a severe hamstring pull since the tail-end of August camp. The 6-foot-2, 175-pound sophomore dressed and warmed up in advance of Saturday's win over Toledo, but did not play in that contest. The Canes have looked sharp on offense in their short two-game sample this season. Richard's return would just add another weapon for HC Mark Richt's squad.
Sep 26 - 5:38 PM

USC sophomore WR Deontay Burnett (undisclosed) did not practice on Tuesday.

This is one to monitor in the lead-up to Friday's game in Pullman against Washington State. Just what Burnett is dealing with has not been disclosed as of yet, but any injury that forces him to miss Friday's contest would be problematic for an offense that has already had its fair share of ups-and-downs this season. Burnett (6'0/170) leads with the Trojans with a 33-462-5 receiving line in four games and has surpassed 100 yards in three of four contests.
Sep 26 - 5:25 PM

Uncommitted five-star 2018 G Jamaree Salyer will take advantage of the new early signing period by inking with a program on December 20.

Salyer (6'4/328) has name-checked Georgia and Clemson as his two leaders at this juncture. Beyond the Bulldogs and Tigers, Ohio State, Notre Dame and Stanford are also contenders for Rivals' No. 10 overall prospect in the 2018 class. The Atlanta native plans on taking an official visit to Clemson, though not Georgia -- mostly because he has already checked out Athens on multiple occasions due to proximity. Salyer --who is particularly good at the point of attack -- is expected to work at either guard or potentially center after he joins his program of choice.
Source: Rivals
Sep 26 - 5:12 PM

LSU senior S Ed Paris (knee) will miss the remainder of the season.

Paris suffered a significant knee injury in practice last week and subsequently underwent surgery. HC Ed Orgeron is "hopeful" that Paris will be granted a medical redshirt. Paris was a rotational DB for the Tigers.
Sep 26 - 4:36 PM

Maryland freshman QB Kasim Hill (ACL) will miss the remainder of the season.

Hill was carted off the field after suffering an ACL tear during Saturday's game against Central Florida. This is a devastating turn of event for the Terps, who had already lost Week 1 starter Tyrell Pigrome to a torn ACL in the opener against Texas. Max Bortenschlager replaced Hill on Saturday and will likely start Saturday against Minnesota.
Sep 26 - 2:57 PM

Rutgers coach Chris Ash believes redshirt senior WR Janarion Grant (leg) will be able to return for Saturday's game against Ohio State.

Asked by a reporter if he is concerned that Grant might not be available against the Buckeyes, Ash responded: "As of right now, no." That isn't to say that Grant is out of the woods yet. NJ.com believes he'll be a game-time decision again. Grant was a late scratch from last week's game against Nebraska.
Source: NJ.com
Sep 26 - 1:19 PM

Washington State head coach Mike Leach believes USC redshirt sophomore QB Sam Darnold will be an NFL-caliber passer, but not "today."

Rather than go into further specifics about Darnold, however, Leach spent 400 words explaining why freshmen or 18-year-olds should not be allowed to enter the NFL, and that the discussion of the possibility is outrageous. "No, there ain't nothing professional about you," Leach said of the generic 18-year-old. "Those guys would get crushed." Sam Darnold will turn 21-years-old in June. USC faces Washington State this week.
Sep 26 - 10:18 AM

NFL.com draft expert Daniel Jeremiah believes that Penn State junior RB Saquon Barkley is a better draft prospect than Ezekiel Elliot was.

Well, that's certainly high praise. Jeremiah called Barkley "the most dominant player" in college football, and then dropped the bomb that he agreed with an NFL executive he spoke with in saying that he was a better prospect than Elliot was. "I don't know that I've seen a better combination of size, power, elusiveness and explosiveness," Jeremiah said. "A lot of times you'll see guys with 2, or maybe 3, of those qualities. Barkley has all four." This is obviously lofty praise, but anyone who has seen the running back play this year would struggle to disagree that he's the best running back prospect in this draft. He is a candidate to go in the first five picks this April.
Source: NFL.com
Sep 25 - 6:25 PM

Nevada junior QB Ty Gangi will start this week against Fresno State.

Kaymen Cureton is now the No. 2 quarterback, with David Cornwell demoted to QB3. Cornwell finally got a chance to seize the job last week against Washington State, but he threw three interceptions (13-of-25 for 97 yards), prompting the move back to Gangi, who started the first two games. In those contests, Gangi completed 47.3-percent of his passes for 476 yards with a 4/2 TD/INT rate. Nevada's new Air Raid system hasn't taken off. The Wolf Pack rank No. 115 in pass efficiency and are one of eight winless teams in the country.
Sep 25 - 5:41 PM




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