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Monday Morning Quarterback's Peter King reports that "a team that could take a quarterback in the first round" believes UCF redshirt junior QB Blake Bortles could emerge as the top QB on the board.

"I know one team that, as of now, thinks it's no sure thing Teddy Bridgewater will be the top quarterback on its board," King wrote. "Moreover, this team believes Central Florida's Blake Bortles or Johnny Manziel could be the top quarterback on the board." Bortles, of course, isn't even draft eligible yet. He will announce his NFL decision after the Knights play Baylor in the Fiesta Bowl. ESPN's Todd McShay has ranked Bortles (6-foot-5, 230-pounds) as the second-best quarterback prospect.
Mon, Dec 16, 2013 06:58:00 PM

Wisconsin has extended HC Paul Chryst through the year 2023 with a five-year extension.

Chryst gets the deal after a 13-1 season and a win over Miami in the Orange Bowl. He'll make $3.3 million starting in 2018, with raise of $100,000 after each season. In his time with Wisconsin, he's gone 34-7, and the Badgers have gone 3-0 in bowl games under his leadership.
Jan 19 - 6:12 PM

ESPN's Bill Polian believes that Louisville QB Lamar Jackson will be a "dynamic wide reciever" at the NFL level.

Polian believes that NFL teams will want to get the ball in Jackson's hands, which is the positive way of saying that Bill Polian doesn't believe Lamar Jackson can play quarterback. He cites his his doubts about his ability to play the position by mentioning his frame, throwing accuracy and "penchant for taking off on the run." He's certainly not the first person to believe Jackson won't play quarterback in the NFL, but this is certainly one of the most high-profile.
Jan 19 - 5:43 PM

NFL Media Analyst Daniel Jeremiah has the Browns taking USC QB Sam Darnold with the first pick in his latest mock draft.

Jeremiah keeps it short and sweet, simply stating that "The Browns finally find their franchise signal-caller." Because of how much talent their is at the position -- and because none of them separated themselves over the 2017 season -- we're going to see a few different quarterbacks projected with the first pick. That being said, Darnold still appears to be the favorite, if there is such a thing as a favorite three-plus months before the event.
Source: NFL.com
Jan 19 - 4:06 PM

FAU HC Lane Kiffin compares redshirt freshman QB Chris Robison to former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel.

Per the Palm Beach Post, Robison is "the likely frontrunner" for the 2018 starting job following Daniel Parr's transfer to Duquesne and Jason Driskel's retirement. Robison's biggest competition for the job is ex-Florida State Seminole and "Last Chance U" star De’Andre Johnson, who missed most of last year following surgery to remove blood clots in his arm. Robison, a four-star recruit in the 2017 cycle who competed at the Elite 11 event, was kicked off the Oklahoma roster last April following a DUI arrest. The 6-foot-2, 190-pounder could be in line for huge numbers in FAU's explosive offense if he wins the job.
Jan 19 - 3:44 PM

Purdue announced the resignation of co-offensive coordinator Tony Levine.

Levine also served as HC Jeff Brohm's special teams coordinator and TE coach. The 45-year-old Levine previously served as Houston's head coach from 2011-2014 before hooking up with Brohm at Western Kentucky. No reason was given for his departure outside of this super-abrupt, strangely brief press release: "Purdue head football coach Jeff Brohm announced today that assistant coach Tony Levine has resigned to pursue opportunities outside of coaching."
Jan 19 - 3:12 PM

Formerly dismissed Tennessee senior WR Jauan Jennings posted on Instagram on Thursday evening that he will be playing "one last season" for the Volunteers.

Jennings‘ return to the Tennessee football team is facilitated by the Vols' new coaching staff. He was booted off the team in November by interim HC Brady Hoke following a profanity-laced social-media tirade aimed at the coaching staff. New head coach Jeremy Pruitt and new athletic director Phillip Fulmer opted to give him another chance. The 6-foot-3, 201-pound Jennings is probably Tennessee's best receiver, which no doubt helped his reinstatement cause. He posted a 40-580-7 receiving line in 2016. Last season was wrecked by a season-ending wrist dislocation sustained against Georgia Tech in the opener.
Jan 19 - 2:38 PM

Louisville defensive coordinator Peter Sirmon resigned.

Louisville coach Bobby Petrino announced the news. While he didn't provide details, it's likely that Petrino told Sirmon he wouldn't be back. In Sirmon's one season at Louisville after replacing former DC Todd Grantham, the Cardinals regressed from the No. 14 total defense in 2016 to No. 62. Sirmon also struggled in 2016 as Mississippi State's DC -- Grantham was hired to replace him and the defense showed immediate, drastic improvement.
Jan 19 - 1:55 PM

South Florida QB Quinton Flowers has left the East-West Shrine Game due to a death in the family.

Flowers (5'10/202) will not play in Saturday's game. The timing of a death of a loved one is never opportune. Particularly so in this case, as Flowers was trying to win fans in NFL front office's in advance of April's draft. Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline believes Flowers will have to shift to RB in order to potentially make an NFL roster.
Jan 19 - 1:39 PM

Clemson redshirt sophomore QB Zerrick Cooper will transfer.

The writing was on the wall. Cooper functioned as Kelly Bryant's backup last season. He wasn't likely to remain QB2 in 2018. Bryant is back, and Clemson has two five-star signal-callers to compete with him in sophomore Hunter Johnson and true freshman Trevor Lawrence. Cooper, a four-star recruit in the class of 2016, completed 25-of-41 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns in limited action last year. He'll draw plenty of interest on the transfer circuit.
Source: Yahoo
Jan 19 - 1:24 PM

UCF sophomore RB Cordarrian Richardson transferred to Texas A&M.

The 6-foot, 248-pounder is only one year and 41 carries into his college career, but he's already generated a ton of news. A longtime Clemson commit, Richardson appeared set to audible to Ole Miss on Signing Day last year before committing to Maryland via the ostentatious display of a weather balloon in outer space. Shockingly, he signed with UCF -- not the Terps -- the next day. Now, Richardson is headed west to join Jimbo Fisher's first roster. He must sit out the 2018 season to satisfy transfer rules. The former four-star recruit will have three years of eligibility remaining starting in 2019.
Source: 247 Sports
Jan 19 - 1:13 PM

Alabama promoted WR coach/co-offensive coordinator Mike Locksley to offensive coordinator.

The news was rumored over the past week, and now it's official. Locksley served as an offensive analyst with the Crimson Tide in 2016 before being elevated to co-offensive coordinator and WR coach last season. He's expected to coach Alabama's quarterbacks, in addition to his OC duties. The 48-year-old Locksley turned down an offer from Florida State to remain with the Tide. Locksley replaces Brian Daboll, now the Buffalo Bills' offensive coordinator. Locksley had an ill-fated run as New Mexico's (2009-11) head coach. If Alabama's offense hums like expected next season, Locksley, a tremendous recruiter, may find himself holding multiple Group of 5 head coaching offers next winter.
Source: ESPN
Jan 19 - 12:51 PM




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