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Clemson QB Tajh Boyd ranks as ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper's No. 8 senior passer.

"Proven performer and leader with ability to make all the throws," Kiper writes. "Lacks height but moves well and has improved decision-making." This slots Boyd behind the likes of Logan Thomas and Tom Savage. If this is any indication, Boyd could be drafted much later than we originally thought. Possibly in the sixth- or seventh-round.
Source: ESPN
Tue, Nov 26, 2013 02:13:00 PM

Addressing the NCAA Notice of Allegations against Ole Miss, HC Hugh Freeze said that "there's a big difference between making mistakes in recruiting and going out there with the intent to cheat."

"I don't have any information that anybody on my staff has been involved in any illegal payments to players or offering any inducements to players," Freeze said, "and if I did have that information, I would fire them." Four of the eight Level 1 violations levied against Ole Miss by the NCAA allegedly occurred under Freeze's watch. He insisted no ill-intent. "Have we made mistakes in recruiting? Yes, and we've taken steps to make sure we don't make those same mistakes again. But to say me or anybody on my staff is out there cheating to gain advantage just isn't true."
Source: ESPN.com
May 31 - 12:11 PM

Baylor AD Ian McCaw resigned.

In a statement released by Baylor on Monday, McCaw said, "My time at Baylor has been an incredible journey filled with some of the most remarkable people I have ever known." He indicated that "a change in athletics department leadership is in Baylor University's best interest in order to promote the unity, healing and restoration that must occur in order to move forward." McCaw -- who helped the Bears settle on interim HC Jim Grobe before tendering his resignation -- had served as Baylor's athletic director since 2003. No interim AD has been named as of this posting.
Source: ESPN.com
May 30 - 8:25 PM

Former Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe will be announced as Baylor's interim head coach for the 2016 season, according to 247 Sports.

The report adds "the remainder of Baylor's coaching staff are expected to stay intact for the 2016 season." Grobe resigned from Wake Forest in 2013 after coaching with the program since 2001. Perhaps the school realized promoting defensive coordinator Phil Bennett was the wrong move, as all eyes are on a program that handled sexual assault allegations horrendously, with the coaching staff at the center of attention. On the field, Grobe is known for his defense and producing winning programs despite possessing "lesser talent."
Source: 247 Sports
May 30 - 3:18 PM

Washington sophomore WR Isaiah Renfro has left the team to treat his depression and anxiety.

Renfro took to Twitter with a lengthy post explaining his decision to step away from the Huskies. "While going through this year I have struggled with and have been diagnosed with depression and anxiety," wrote the receiver. "Everyday [sic] it’s very hard for me to just do a simple thing like get myself out of bed in the morning." He went on to say that he had lost his passion for football. As a freshman in 2015, the former three-star recruit made 13 catches for 178 yards.
May 30 - 12:31 PM

Baylor four-star 2016 T J.P. Urquidez will not enroll in classes on Monday.

Urquidez announced his decision not to enroll via Twitter. While the 6-foot-6, 300-pound tackle will not be joining the rest of Baylor's 2016 class in enrolling in courses on Monday, there is no word as of yet as to whether he is asking for a release from his letter of intent. He ranked as ESPN 300's No. 164 prospect for the last cycle. Since HC Art Briles' firing on Thursday, four members of the 2017 recruiting class have backed off their commitments and at least three players from the 2016 class looking to be released from their letters of intent (per ESPN).
May 29 - 3:06 PM

Speaking at the Middle Tennessee Sports Awards in Nashville, former Tennessee stalwart Peyton Manning denied rumors that he would be taking a quarterback coaching job with the Volunteers.

Nashville radio voice Austin Stanley relayed that awards ceremony, Manning said, "No, I will not be coaching quarterbacks at Tennessee, but I will be the biggest Vols fan this year." Earlier in May, Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman wrote that he heard from trusted NFL sources that Manning wanted to coach at Tennessee. At least for the time being, it appears that the quarterbacking legend won't be hitting the sidelines this coming season.
Source: NFL.com
May 29 - 1:25 PM

ESPN's Gerry Hamilton hears that Baylor four-star 2016 T Patrick Hudson will not enroll in classes on Monday.

According to Hamilton, Hudson is considering his options and would like to see how the situation at Baylor plays out over the coming weeks in the wake of HC Art Briles' firing. If he jumps ship, that would be a huge loss for the Bears. The 6-foot-5, 330-pounder was their crown jewel recruit for 2016 and ranked as ESPN 300's No. 56 overall player for the cycle. At least three Baylor signees in this most recent class have told ESPN that they would like releases from their letters of intent.
Source: ESPN.com
May 29 - 12:33 PM

Baylor four-star 2017 WR Hezekiah Jones decommitted.

Taking to Twitter, Jones thanked Baylor's coaching staff and the fanbase for their support, but said that after discussing the situation with his family, he will be re-opening his recruitment. The 6-foot, 190-pounder has been receiving hard pushes from the likes of Oklahoma, Alabama, Oregon, Texas A&M and Notre Dame (among others). He ranks No. 109 on the ESPN 300 and stands as their No. 16 wideout.
May 29 - 12:24 PM

Baylor redshirt senior QB Seth Russell wrote on Instagram that "[a]lthough I was in a different hemisphere, the heartache was still immensely present [after HC Art Briles' firing]."

Russell addressed Briles' firing, but only in generality. "My prayers for Baylor University are that we never forget that we need God as desperately on our best days as we do on our worst," Russell wrote. "We will overcome. We will become stronger. We will be who God has allowed us to be." At the time of Briles' firing on Thursday, Russell was in South America doing missionary work along with over 30 other Baylor student-athletes.
May 28 - 5:25 PM

Lawyers for both sides in the Title IX lawsuit filed against Tennessee said that they would be tentatively ready for trial by May 15, 2018.

This according to an initial case management order that was filed on Thursday. Both sides said that the trial would last 3-4 weeks. To this point, U.S. District Judge Aleta Trauger has yet to set a trial date. The lawsuit alleges that Tennessee forged a "hostile sexual environment" for female students and lists eight unnamed female plaintiffs.
May 28 - 3:17 PM

ESPN's Max Olson reports that Baylor four-star 2016 RB Kameron Martin has asked for a release from his letter of intent.

Per Olson, Martin does not plan on enrolling with the rest of Baylor's 2016 class next week, with HC Art Briles' firing serving as the catalyst. The 5-foot-10, 175-pounder initially committed to the Bears all the way back in the summer of 2014 and signed a national letter of intent in February. Also included in Olson's report, a note that Martin communicated with Baylor's staff on Friday and that they encouraged him to do what was in his best interest.
Source: ESPN.com
May 28 - 2:07 PM




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