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Buffalo senior OLB Khalil Mack received an invite to the Senior Bowl.

As Phil Steele pointed out on Twitter, Mack is only the second Buffalo player to be invited to the showcase, along with Gerry Philbin, who was invited in 1964 and played for the Jets. Mack's 72.5 career tackles for loss are only 2.5 behind the NCAA record. Mack already holds the collegiate record for forced fumbles, with 16 during his time at Buffalo. He's going to be a very wealthy man next summer.
Thu, Nov 21, 2013 07:15:00 PM

UCF senior LB Shaqueem Griffin was named one of three finalists for the inaugural Jason Witten Collegiate Man Of The Year award.

The other nominees were Alabama's Minkah Fitzpatrick and Oklahoma State's Mason Rudolph. Griffin is the brother of current Seattle Seahawk DB Shaquill Griffin, and has overcome having his hand amputated as a four-year-old due to a congenital disorder. It hasn't kept him from being one of the best defensive players in the AAC, and he has a real chance to be draft this spring.
Dec 12 - 4:43 PM

Nebraska HC Scott Frost will coach UCF against Auburn in the Peach Bowl.

Frost promised that he would coach the Knights if he could, and he'll fulfill that promise. All of his assistants were in Orlando to help the team prepare for their game against the Tigers on New Year's Day, and will remain their until Thursday. Troy Walters is serving as interim coach until Josh Huepel takes over for the 2018 season, but it will be Frost and not Walters on the sideline in Atlanta.
Dec 12 - 1:59 PM

Sonny Dykes will be on the sideline coaching for SMU in the Frisco Bowl against Louisiana Tech.

Generally, new coaches don't come in an coach bowl games; it's usually left to the remaining staff to prepare the players for the game. Not this time. Dykes will coach the Mustangs in the Frisco Bowl, and bring in some staff in order to help with the game operations. Adding to the intrigue of this news is that Dykes will be coaching against Louisiana Tech, a school he coached at from from 2010 to 2012. This could be a fun Frisco Bowl.
Dec 12 - 1:09 PM

Wisconsin senior LB Jack Cichy will not apply for a medical redshirt and will instead enter the 2018 NFL Draft.

Cichy missed the entire 2017 season after tearing his ACL in August and was one of many major injuries Wisconsin has to overcome. Cichy was viewed as a potential top 100 prospect prior to the injury and could still land in that area depending on his participation in the pre-draft process. Cichy also missed extended time in 2016 due to a torn pec, but was outstanding when on the field.
Dec 12 - 10:25 AM

Four-star G Trey Hill announced his verbal commitment to play at Georgia Monday.

Hill (6'4/346) chose to attend Georgia over Auburn, Florida and Florida State. He's ranked the top guard prospect in the country by ESPN, and second by 247 Sports. He clearly has the size to be a powerful run blocker, but scouting reports also dictate that he's a capable pass blocker and offers a "strong punch." He's another impressive commit for one of the top classes in the country.
Dec 11 - 8:31 PM

Stanford will name former Cardinal quarterback Tavita Pritchard their new offensive coordinator.

The 30-year-old Pritchard takes over for Mike Bloomgren, who left to take the head coaching job at Rice. Pritchard has been with Stanford coaching staff since 2010, and played for the Cardinal from 2005-2009. He previously was the wide receiver and quarterback coach.
Dec 11 - 6:01 PM

Texas A&M hired Memphis OC Darrell Dickey to the same position.

Dickey spent six years with the Tigers, spanning the entirety of Justin Fuente's tenure and the beginning of Mike Norvell's. This year, his unit ranked in the top-five in the FBS in scoring, total offense and yards per play. He has deep Texas roots, having previously been a grad assistant at A&M, the offensive coordinator at UTEP, SMU and Texas State and the head coach at North Texas from 1998-06. All that seems to be a fit for Jimbo Fisher, but it'll be interesting to see where these two minds meet with regards to a finished-product Aggie offense. Fisher's offenses at FSU were slow, methodical and, according to critics, overly-complicated. Memphis played much faster.
Dec 11 - 5:51 PM

SMU hired Sonny Dykes as head coach.

Dykes, a Mike Leach disciple who runs a variation of the Air Raid, burst onto the scene as by rebuilding Louisiana Tech in three short years. His Bulldogs went 22-15 and won the 2011 WAC title, their first in a decade. The next year, his LTU offense averaged 51.5 points and 478 yards per game. Dykes left for Cal, where his tenure was up-and-down. He went 8-5 and won the 2015 Armed Forces Bowl while grooming a future No. 1 overall pick (QB Jared Goff), but success was fleeting (he went 19-30 at Cal) and the administration tired of his wandering eye. Dykes, a Big Spring native and a former Texas Tech player and assistant, has deep Texas roots that'll help him as he takes over a Texan-laden SMU roster. Morris focused his recruiting efforts in-state, and Dykes figures to do the same. Dykes' system is a nice fit for SMU's returning talent. WR Courtland Sutton is no doubt headed to the NFL, but Dykes may be able to convince 100-catch WR Trey Quinn to stay along with James Proche.
Source: SportsDay
Dec 11 - 5:07 PM

Florida redshirt junior DT Taven Bryan announced on Twitter that he'll enter the 2018 NFL Draft.

"Coach (Dan) Mullen coming back to Gainesville made this decision very difficult because I have the highest regard for him and I believe he is going to bring greatness to #GatorNation," Bryan wrote. The 6-foot-4, 295-pounder broke out in 2017 after previously being used as part of a rotation. He finished with 40 tackles, six TFL, four sacks and three quarterback hurries. If Bryan tests well at the combine as expected, he'll have a decent chance to go on Day 2. Walter Football's Charlie Campbell, who reported in late November that Bryan would declare, has heard Bryan compared by scouts to the Chiefs' Chris Jones and the Broncos' Derek Wolfe.
Source: 247 Sports
Dec 11 - 4:17 PM

Florida State HC Willie Taggart said the Seminoles offense will play with more tempo and be less complicated than it has in the past.

Jimbo Fisher's offenses were criticized for being slow -- the Seminoles averaged just 61 plays per game last season, in the bottom-10 nationally -- and overly complicated. Taggart's offense is the opposite. He describes his Gulf Coast offense with the words "lethal simplicity." By that he means granting players supreme freedom within the up-tempo system, a tact that previously allowed Quinton Flowers' career to take off at USF. Taggart has plenty of toys to play with in Tallahassee, with two quarterbacks who have starting experience (Deondre Francois and James Blackman), a two-headed RB monster (Jacques Patrick and Cam Akers) and a host of athletes on the outside headlined by Noonie Murray and Auden Tate. They're a perfect fit for what he wants to do.
Source: ESPN
Dec 11 - 3:21 PM

Wyoming redshirt junior QB Josh Allen (shoulder) said his shoulder still isn't where he wants it to be.

Allen indicated that he'll know in the next few days if he'll be able to play in the bowl game. The Cowboys gunslinger has repeatedly stated that he'll play in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on Dec. 22 against Central Michigan if he's healthy enough to do so. Allen will declare for the NFL Draft after that game. He was honored by the school on Senior Day as a farewell.
Dec 11 - 2:28 PM




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