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Arizona junior RB Ka'Deem Carey will enter the 2014 NFL Draft.

The school announced his decision on Monday. Carey didn't have much else to prove at the collegiate level after he rushed for 3,814 yards and 42 touchdowns over the past two seasons. Carey didn't rush for less than 119 yards in a game this past season; the 5-foot-10, 207-pounder finishes his collegiate career having rushed for 100 yards in 16 consecutive games. CBS Sports ranks Carey as the draft's best running back and predicts that he'll be selected in the second round (the Wildcat star reportedly received a second-round grade from the NFL's Draft Advisory Board). Because of Carey's ridiculous explosiveness and athleticism, we've often compared him to Eagles star Shady McCoy.
Source: CBS Sports
Mon, Jan 13, 2014 03:30:00 PM

Kentucky junior TE C.J. Conrad (foot) is scheduled to undergo season-ending surgery on Tuesday.

"Unfortunately C.J. will be out for the remainder of the year," HC Mark Stoops announced. Currently, Conrad is the team’s third-leading receiver with 16 catches for 286 yards and four touchdowns. The 6-foot-5, 245-pounder, Mel Kiper's No. 2 underclassmen TE prospect heading into the year, has an NFL decision to make. Meanwhile, Greg Hart will take over as starter for the Wildcats.
Nov 20 - 3:42 PM

LSU HC Ed Orgeron labeled junior edge rusher Arden Key (knee) questionable for Saturday's game against Texas A&M.

Key missed last week's game against Tennessee following a lost week of practice. He suffered the knee injury the week before against Arkansas. The 6-foot-6, 255-pounder is a potential top-10 selection in the spring's draft, but he continues to be dogged by injuries. Prior to the current knee issue, he missed the first two games of the season while recovering from offseason shoulder surgery.
Nov 20 - 2:39 PM

SI's Bruce Feldman reports that West Virginia redshirt junior QB Will Grier (finger) is questionable for the Mountaineers’ bowl game.

Grier broke the middle finger of his throwing hand while diving for the endzone against Texas on Saturday. He underwent surgery on Sunday and will miss the Oklahoma game this weekend. Per Feldman, Grier is expected to be sidelined for around a month. As of today, SI predicts that the Mountaineers will play in the Camping World Bowl on Thursday, Dec. 28. That would be roughly five-and-a-half weeks after surgery. Other outlets have reported that Grier's recovery timeline is 4-6 weeks. This could go either way.
Source: SI
Nov 20 - 2:22 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports that Northwestern redshirt junior QB Clayson Thorson is leaning towards entering the draft after this season.

As with Tanner Lee, who Pauline also reported was leaning towards entering early, we're surprised by this news. "As one insider told me it was 'one foot in the door, one foot out the door' for both signal callers before the season even began and that it would’ve taken something major for both to return to school," Pauline wrote of the pair. Like Lee, the 6-foot-4, 220-pound Thorson has reportedly been swayed by the struggles of this year's marquee quarterback prospects, like Sam Darnold and Josh Allen. We'd suggest that Darnold and Allen's play won't affect Thorson or Lee's draft standing in the least.
Nov 20 - 2:07 PM

Oklahoma senior QB Baker Mayfield (punishment) will not start Saturday against West Virginia, but he will play.

This according to HC Lincoln Riley, who is punishing Mayfield for his antics against Kansas on Saturday. After KU players snubbed Mayfield for a pre-game handshake, he went on to taunt the Jayhawk sidelines during the game with cursing and crotch grabs. At one point, he turned to Kansas fans behind OU's bench and screamed: "You have one win! Go cheer on basketball!" As part of his punishment, Riley has also stripped Mayfield of his captaincy for Saturday's game against the Mountaineers.
Nov 20 - 1:31 PM

Stanford redshirt junior RB Bryce Love re-injured his ankle in Saturday's win against Cal.

Love sat for the final 11:43 of game time. HC Davis Shaw said he nearly pulled Love out of the game earlier, before his 57-yard touchdown run. "He was in a lot of pain but he got that crease and then I saw that little 20 squirt out the backside," Shaw said. "Injured or not, there's nobody catching Bryce once he gets up to full speed." As is, Love ran for 101 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries in the 17-14 victory. Love's status for next week's game against Notre Dame is not yet known.
Source: USA Today
Nov 20 - 1:15 PM

Oklahoma beat writer Berry Tramel believes the school should suspend senior QB Baker Mayfield against West Virginia for his actions and gestures during last Saturday's contest against Kansas.

"Embarrassed himself, embarrassed his team, embarrassed his school, embarrassed his adopted state," Tramel writes. This is the second time Mayfield has released a public apology, with the first coming after he planted the school's flag on the opponents' field. Mayfield is the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy.
Source: News OK
Nov 20 - 10:32 AM

Miami (FL) remained second in the latest version of the Coaches Poll released on Sunday.

Once again, Alabama ranked first, and they received all 64 first-place votes. Miami ranked second after their comeback victory over Virginia, and Clemson, Wisconsin, and Oklahoma rounding out the top five. The top 12 remained the same, with the biggest dropper being Oklahoma State, who fell from 13 to 21st after their loss to Kansas State.
Nov 19 - 1:21 PM

Clemson freshman WR Tee Higgins caught six passes for 178 yards with two touchdowns in a 61-3 crushing of The Citadel.

Higgins (6'3/175) caught two touchdowns from two different backup quarterbacks. His 32-yarder in the second quarter came from Zerrick Cooper, and a 78-yard scoring pass came out of the hand of Hunter Johnson. Yes it came against an FBS school in garbage time, but it was still impressive to see what the freshman wideout did when given a chance. He should be a bigger part of the offense next year.
Nov 19 - 12:47 PM

San Diego State senior RB Rashaad Penny carried the ball 24 times for 222 yards with two scores in Saturday's 42-23 victory over Nevada.

It's the third straight game that Penny (5'11/200) has gone over 200 yards for the Aztecs, and also the third time in a row he's scored at least two touchdowns. Not only did he score twice in the run game, he also added a 100-yard kick return for a touchdown. If not for two games where he ran for a combined for 134 yards, Penny would probably be in the Heisman race. He'll look to get to 2,000 yards next week when the Aztecs play New Mexico on Friday.
Nov 19 - 10:30 AM

UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen completed 32-of-52 passes for 421 yards with three touchdowns and a pick in a 28-23 loss to USC on Saturday.

Rosen (6'4/218) clearly outplayed fellow QB/rival Sam Darnold, but it was Darnold who got the victory on Saturday. Rosen's inaccuracy is a bit misrepresented, as many of those passes were throwaways while under pressure. For the most part, he was accurate, showed off his arm strength, and found playmaker Jordan Lasley three times in the end zone. With the loss, Rosen and the Bruins will need to beat Cal next week in order to reach a bowl game.
Nov 19 - 12:08 AM




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