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Notre Dame senior QB Tommy Rees was cleared to practice on Tuesday and is expected to play on Saturday against Air Force.

Rees suffered a strained neck in last weekend's victory over USC. The offense struggled to move in his absence, with backup Andrew Hendrix leading the Irish to zero points on seven drives.
Source: ESPN.com
Tue, Oct 22, 2013 09:41:00 PM

Boise State junior QB Brett Rypien (head) took warm-ups with the first team and is expected to start Friday's game against Virginia.

As expected. Rypien missed last week's win over New Mexico due to a head injury sustained in a loss to Washington State the weekend prior. Since then, he has gone through practice without issue in the lead-up to Friday night's dance with the Cavaliers and now looks to be good-to-go versus Bronco Mendenhall's crew. Montell Cozart will return to a backup role, though he could see a few packages during the contest.
Sep 22 - 7:57 PM

The Big 12 has extended commissioner Bob Bowlsby through June, 2025.

"To have a valiant and committed leader and someone who understands athletics as well as anyone in this country leading our conference is something that is very much important to the league," said conference chairman of the board of directors Gordon Gee. Bowlsby has served as the Big 12's commissioner since 2012. He will be 73 years old at the end of the extension.
Sep 22 - 7:25 PM

Uncommitted five-star 2018 WR Ahmon-Ra St. Brown would like to take an official visit to Ohio State.

If this were to come to pass, it could potentially be a game-changer. St. Brown, Rivals' No. 4 overall prospect in the 2018 class, has been most heavily linked to Stanford and USC. However, there has always been a low-grade rumble that Ohio State or Michigan could potentially start to make some noise for the top receiver in the cycle. No player -- on offense or defense -- was more impressive on the camp circuit than St. Brown this offseason.
Source: Land of 10
Sep 22 - 3:24 PM

UNC redshirt junior WR Thomas Jackson (knee) will miss the remainder of the season.

Jackson suffered a meniscus injury in Saturday's win over Old Dominion. He had a 7-97-2 line through two-plus games this year after finishing with 17 catches for 186 yards and four touchdowns last season. With Jackson done and Rontavius Groves and Dazz Newsome both questionable for Saturday's game against Duke, look for Anthony Ratliff-Williams to be targeted more in the passing game.
Source: ACC Sports
Sep 22 - 11:50 AM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports that "most" west coast scouts believe Washington junior T Trey Adams is a "lock" first-round prospect.

Scouts are intrigued, Pauline writes, by Adams' "size, ability in pass protection and future potential." The 6-foot-8, 320-pound Adams struggled in the opener against Rutgers but has since gotten back on track. "No one has told me Adams is perceived as a can’t-miss left tackle, but all agree he will be a starter somewhere at the next level," Pauline wrote. "The expectations from those close to the situation is Adams will enter the draft off a good campaign." Adams ranked as the No. 22 overall prospect on Mel Kiper's first Big Board.
Sep 22 - 11:10 AM

South Florida senior QB Quinton Flowers completed 8-of-20 passes for 98 yards and ran for two touchdowns in a 43-7 route of Temple on Thursday.

Flowers (6'0/215) got off to an atrocious start throwing the football, but he wasn't helped much by his wide receivers, nor the fact that his offensive line seemed to jump on every other play. Things did get better as the game went on, but he was much more effective on the ground than he was on the air. His first touchdown came with 6:55 left in the first half; a 22-yard scamper with a nifty juke move near the 10-yard line to give the Bulls a 17-0 lead. The second score was a one-yard plunge to make it 43-7 in the middle of the fourth. Flowers ability to run the football is obviously impressive, but he's going to have to be crisper with his passing if he's going to lead South Florida to an AAC championship and possible New Year's Six game.
Sep 21 - 10:57 PM

Arkansas HC Bret Bielema said on his radio show that sophomore RB Devwah Whaley will play on Saturday against Texas A&M.

Earlier today, it was reported that Whaley had gotten into a scuffle with a teammate in the locker room. Bielema called the incident "minor," and said it won't effect his status for the game on Saturday against the Aggies.
Sep 21 - 8:41 PM

LSU junior RB Derrius Guice (knee) has been cleared to play and will start against Syracuse on Saturday

Well, that changed quickly. Yesterday it was reported that Guice would miss the Syracuse game. Apparently the star running back was cleared to practice on Thursday, and he'll give it a go against Syracuse. It remains to be seen how many carries he'll get, but he's talented enough to make a big impact on the game even if he doesn't get his usual amount of touches.
Sep 21 - 7:58 PM

Nebraska sophomore RB Tre Bryant (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against Rutgers.

Bryant sat out last Saturday's pitiful loss to NIU and will be sidelined once more this weekend. Mikale Wilbon -- who received 24 carries against the Huskies -- will start in his place versus the Scarlet Knights. Nebraska's season has taken on a decidedly dark bent of late, as the Cornhuskers have lost their last two games and just fired AD Shawn Eichorst.
Sep 21 - 7:18 PM

Appalachian State redshirt junior RB Jalin Moore (leg/foot) is questionable for Saturday's game against West Forest.

"He is progressing well. He made strides today. He will probably be a game-time decision as we head down toward the end of the week," said HC Scott Satterfield. Moore (5'11/205) was injured in the second half against North Texas this past weekend. He was sporting a boot at practice on Tuesday, but was not encumbered by support while roaming the sidelines on Wednesday (he did not practice). Should the redshirt junior be unable to play against the Demon Deacons this weekend, Terrence Upshaw will likely see the bulk of carries for the Mountaineers.
Sep 21 - 6:52 PM

Purdue senior WR Gregory Phillips predicted that the Boilermakers will beat Michigan on Saturday.

"It's going to be a surprise when people see us beat Michigan. I wish we played Ohio State, too, because nobody can stop us right now except ourselves," Phillips said. Nobody would blame the Boilermakers for feeling themselves a little bit this week, as they are coming off impressive blowout wins over Ohio and Missouri. In his Week 4 ATS picks column released on Thursday, Rotoworld's Thor Nystrom writes of the contest that "if the Boilermakers don’t have a hangover from last week’s triumphant blowout win on the road over an SEC team, they may have a chance to spring another upset." At the very least, Nystrom believes that Purdue will cover the 10-point spread.
Sep 21 - 6:39 PM




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