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Maryland junior WR Deon Long suffered broken tibia and fibula during the game against Wake Forest.

Long and Stefon Diggs will have surgery soon and miss the remainder of the season. He had recorded 32 receptions for 289 yards and a touchdown before sustaining the injury.
Sun, Oct 20, 2013 07:54:00 PM

WNML’s Jimmy Hyams reports that Tennessee sophomore RB Joe Young's career is in jeopardy following a serious neck injury suffered in spring practice.

Earlier this month, HC Butch Jones said Young would serve as a student coach for a while as he healed. It appears Young's prognosis was not as promising as first anticipated. The 5-foot-11, 200-pound Young, who was a three-star prospect, appeared in five games and rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries last year.
May 25 - 8:53 PM

FSU HC Jimbo Fisher believes redshirt senior QB Sean Maguire (ankle) will be fully healthy by the end of the summer.

"He's back to 50 percent on the treadmill, running real hard," Fisher said. "Starting to do drops already. Hopefully by June, middle of June, he'll be going full speed." Maguire fractured his left ankle in the New Year's Eve Peach Bowl loss to Houston. Assuming he's ready for camp, Maguire will battle redshirt freshman Deondre Francois for the starting job.
Source: ESPN.com
May 25 - 8:16 PM

247Sports' Ryan Bartow reports that former Alabama junior T Charles Baldwin is visiting Louisville on Wednesday.

Baldwin was dismissed from Alabama earlier in May due to a "violation of unspecified team rules." The 6-foot-5, 315-pounder ranked as ESPN's No. 1 JUCO prospect when he initially signed with Alabama in February. In addition to Wednesday's visit to Louisville -- Baldwin is hoping the trip results in an offer -- he also reportedly visited Temple last week.
May 25 - 2:17 PM

Four-star 2017 RB Cam Akers released a list of the top 10 finalists for his commitment.

Mississippi native Akers included six SEC programs on his list, with Alabama (he had actually committed to Bama before nixing it in early March), LSU, Auburn, Georgia, Ole Miss and Tennessee making the cut. Ohio State, Michigan, FSU and Cal round out the 5-foot-11, 210-pounder's finalists. He is set for a visit to Georgia this weekend. Scout.com's Chad Simmons has described him as the "complete package," while Rivals ranks him as their No. 2 RB recruit in the country.
May 25 - 2:06 PM

Oklahoma senior WR Dede Westbrook was arrested on a complaint of criminal trespass on Monday.

Per an official at Milam County jail in Cameron, Texas, Westbrook was booked at 11:30 a.m. Monday morning and released later that day. At this juncture, no further details regarding the circumstances of the trespassing complaint are available. Oklahoma spokesman Mike Houck said, "We're aware of it and are addressing internally." Westbrook is Oklahoma's leading returning receiver, having caught 46 passes for 743 yards and four touchdowns for the 2015 campaign.
Source: newsok.com
May 25 - 12:10 PM

Miami head coach Mark Richt plans to donate $1 million of his own money to help the school build an indoor practice facility.

The facility is apparently No. 1 on Miami's priority list, and it makes sense as Miami's pro day this spring was nearly ruined by rain. The entire project, not just this facility, will reportedly cost around $20 million, and Miami is currently one of the only top programs without this kind of facility. We are struggling to remember a coach donating this amount of money before coaching his first game with the program. Granted, Richt did play for Miami.
May 25 - 9:51 AM

When asked about the status of sophomore WR Antonio Callaway and junior WR/QB Treon Harris, head coach Jim McElwain said the pair is still suspended.

"Still status-quo," McElwain told reporters. "They are not with the football program right now." Callaway was the team's leading receiver last year, totaling 678 yards and four touchdowns on 35 receptions in just his first season of collegiate football. Many view Callaway as one of the bright young receivers in college football, and we know McElwain can feed his top target. However, Callaway and Harris were suspended for spring practice with very little information disclosed.
May 25 - 9:39 AM

Five-star 2017 DT Marvin Wilson indicated that he is intrigued by Texas, but wants to see them win nine games this season.

Wilson stands as Rivals' No. 1 overall recruit for 2017, so HC Charlie Strong might want to try extra hard this coming season. "That’s all they have to do. They have to win. I would say nine wins," said the 6-foot-4, 320-pounder. "If they can make it to nine wins, they would be in the discussion big time, especially [for] a kid that grew up watching Texas." For reference's sake, the Longhorns went 5-7 last season.
May 24 - 5:30 PM

Ohio State redshirt freshman T Grant Schmidt transferred to Cincinnati.

Doff of the cap to cincinnati.com's Tom Groeschen for the news of Schmidt's transfer. The 6-foot-6, 285-pound tackle -- a four-star recruit from the 2015 Buckeye class -- will be sidelined by transfer regulations for the coming season, but will have three years of eligibility remaining starting in 2017.
May 24 - 3:36 PM

Baylor released a statement indicating that it would not respond to multiple reports that have the university firing school president Ken Starr.

Horns Digest's Chip Brown reported earlier on Tuesday that the board of regents had met and fired Starr. Baylor has yet to confirm. Instead, they released a statement that read, in part, "We will not respond to rumors, speculation or reports based on unnamed sources, but when official news is available, the University will provide it. We expect an announcement by June 3." The school continues to review a report regarding their handling of cases of sexual assault and violence given to them by law firm Pepper Hamilton. Should Starr, HC Art Briles or any other higher-up at Baylor lose their job, it will be because of a stream of offseason reports relating to sexual assaults by former football players and accusations of an unsafe, hostile environment for female students at the university.
May 24 - 2:50 PM

Following a reported 15-year, $280 million contract agreement between UCLA and Under Armour, sophomore QB Josh Rosen posted on Instagram "we're still amateurs though."

Rosen included a graph of the largest college football contracts from outside companies such as Under Armour and then captioned it with his comment on amateurism. He also wrote, "Gotta love non-profits #NCAA." The 6-foot-5, 210-pounder has proven to be an interesting cat since joining the Bruins. In addition to these comments on NCAA hypocrisy, Rosen made waves in April by wearing a "F*** Trump" hat on one of Donald Trump's golf courses. It was enough that HC Jim Mora addressed the hat publicly, cautioning that the gesture was more in the line of Johnny Manziel than Tom Brady. Comparing Rosen's relatively docile political statement (of sorts) to Manziel's flawed cauldron of traits is a bridge too far, but Mora has been pushing for Rosen to start thinking like an NFL quarterback and little etiquette lessons are part of that game.
May 24 - 1:54 PM




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