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Draft insider Tony Pauline labeled Oregon junior offensive weapon De'Anthony Thomas with a sixth-round grade entering the 2013 season.

Thomas is an "explosive running back with the speed to run to daylight as a ball carrier, pass catcher or return specialist," Pauline writes. "Multi-cut run who’s incredibly elusive. Has size limitations and more of a situational runner." Thomas' former teammate LaMichael James was selected in the second-round, while Kenjon Barner lasted until the sixth-round. Thomas is a better receiver than both.
Thu, Aug 29, 2013 11:53:00 AM

Michigan junior C Mason Cole is leaning towards returning to school for his final season of eligibility.

"I'll take a look at everything. But, as it stands now, I'm definitely leaning (toward) coming back," Cole told reporters. He did request an evaluation from the NFL, but Cole says it was to highlight areas he needs to improve on. Teammate Maurice Hurst also said he will likely return to school. Cole has started every game in his career and moved from tackle to center this year.
Source: MLive
Dec 5 - 11:36 AM

Western Kentucky coach Jeff Brohm will be Purdue's next head coach, according to Pat Forde of Yahoo.

Brohm's brother and offensive coordinator Brian Brohm will join him. Purdue and Les Miles had been a popular pairing for some time, but national reports recently stated the connection would not happen. In just a few days, Brohm's name was listed with plenty of programs. Purdue fans should be excited about the hire, as Brohm as put together consistent offenses since taking over and put together a 15-1 conference record over the last two seasons.
Dec 5 - 11:23 AM

Former USC redshirt freshman QB Ricky Town is seeking a transfer from Arkansas.

As Razorback supporters have noted, Arkansas coaches have their eyes on Cole Kelley as the school's quarterback once Austin Allen moves on, leaving Town lower on the depth chart. Town left USC after the spring and summer while facing a similar playing time dilemma. He was once a highly prized recruit.
Dec 5 - 10:25 AM

LSU junior RB Leonard Fournette wants to play in the school's bowl game despite dealing with the nagging ankle injury that has sidelined him for four games.

Head coach Ed Orgeron said Fournette has been in every team meeting, wanting to get on the field. Orgeron considers the star running back day-to-day for the bowl game against Louisville. This will be Fournette's last collegiate contest.
Dec 5 - 9:40 AM

Cincinnati beat writer Tom Groeschen reports ex-Texas HC Charlie Strong, WMU HC P.J. Fleck and WKU HC Jeff Brohm are the top three choices for the Bearcats coaching vacancy.

We can already envision the universal love Cincinnati would receive if the school hired Strong. This is the first time we've seen the former Longhorn coach's name among possible schools. Fleck and Brohm have been listed with many other programs, including Purdue, Oregon, Baylor, Houston and others. Strong already recruited in the area while coaching at Louisville. Tommy Tuberville stepped down as coach this weekend.
Dec 5 - 9:22 AM

Alabama graduate QB Cooper Bateman will transfer.

At this time, it's not certain that Bateman will be with Alabama through its run in the College Football Playoff. Bateman started out the summer as the team's No. 1 QB, but he was quickly shoved aside in favor of Jalen Hurts and Blake Barnett. Hurts has three more seasons of eligibility, which is why both Barnett and Bateman are looking for new schools at the moment. Bateman completed 12-of-14 attempts for 119 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions at Alabama.
Source: AL.com
Dec 4 - 1:08 PM

Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Washington were selected into the College Football Playoff.

The No. 1 Crimson Tide will face the No. 4 Huskies in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl on Dec. 31. On the same day, the No. 2 Tigers will take on the No. 3 Buckeyes in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl. This year's spurned party is No. 5 Penn State, the Big Ten champion who beat Wisconsin 38-31 on Saturday and had a victory over Ohio State earlier this season. Michigan finished No. 6. This will be Alabama's third straight Playoff appearance, Clemson and Ohio State's second straight, and Washington's first.
Source: ESPN
Dec 4 - 12:54 PM

ESPN's Adam Rittenberg reports that Western Kentucky's Jeff Brohm is expected to be the leading candidate to land the Cincinnati head coaching opening.

Rittenberg notes that Cincy will have to fend off two Power 5 schools, Purdue and Baylor, for Brohm's services -- assuming the coach decides to relocate at all (he could have last winter and didn't). Rittenberg goes on to write that Air Force coach Troy Calhoun and Ohio State defensive coordinator Luke Fickell are also candidates for the Bearcats, while Buckeyes assistant Kerry Coombs "could get a look as he has extensive roots in the Cincinnati area."
Source: ESPN
Dec 4 - 12:36 PM

Alabama OC Lane Kiffin will stay at the school through the Playoffs.

"People talk about next year," he said, "but we have a lot of work to do." Kiffin is reportedly a prime candidate for openings as Houston's head coach and LSU's offensive coordinator. ESPN's Brett McMurphy previously reported that Kiffin will interview on Sunday for the Cougars' head-coaching vacancy. Last week, HC Nick Saban told the media that Kiffin was "absolutely" ready to be a head coach again. "Those are signs of tremendous maturity as a coach who is not just committed to a system but is committed to doing things that he has to help players be successful," Saban said. "I think he's proven when he was a head coach he had a reasonably good amount of success -- much more than I think he gets credit for -- and he's done a phenomenal job in the three years he's been with us."
Source: ESPN
Dec 4 - 12:25 PM

ESPN reports that 5-7 Mississippi State will play Miami (Ohio) in the St. Petersburg Bowl.

The Bulldogs (5-7), one of three sub-six-win teams granted bowl eligibility based on its Academic Progress Rate rankings, was the last of 80 teams to earn a bowl berth, per the report. Most bowl bids have not yet been announced. We'll receive the dance card on Sunday afternoon.
Source: ESPN
Dec 4 - 12:09 PM

Tommy Tuberville stepped down as Cincinnati's head coach.

The Bearcats had back-to-back nine-win seasons in 2013 and 2014 but fell off a bit in 2015 and then went 4-8 this season, winning just one American Athletic Conference game. Tuberville had an 85-40 record (52-30 SEC) at Auburn from 1999-2008. Football Scoop is reporting that Western Michigan's P.J. Fleck and Troy's Neal Brown are possible candidates for the Cincinnati job. We're big fans of both.
Source: CBS Sports
Dec 4 - 11:52 AM




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