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Former Texas Tech QB Michael Brewer has transferred to Virginia Tech.

Brewer will be eligible to play immediately because he's scheduled to graduate this spring. He retains two seasons of eligibility. The former Red Raider hoped to transfer to TCU or Texas, but TTU wouldn't grant a release within the Big 12. Instead, Brewer will join the competition to replace quarterback Logan Thomas.
Source: ESPN.com
Sun, Mar 2, 2014 11:44:00 PM

Middle Tennessee hired former Maryland DC Scott Shafer to serve in the same capacity.

Shafer has held several high-profile jobs in recent years. He served as head coach for Syracuse from 2013-2014, then linked up with Maryland as defensive coordinator in 2015. Last April, he resigned from that position, citing personal reasons. Shafer did not coach during the 2016 season. With the Blue Raiders, he steps in for the recently terminated Tyrone Nix. He vows that under his watchful eye, MTSU "will put a physical, attacking, multiple defense on the field that will excel in fundamentals and tackling."
Source: wsmv.com
Jan 20 - 5:04 PM

Tennessee promoted TE coach Larry Scott to offensive coordinator.

Scott acted as Miami's interim head coach following the team's firing of Al Golden last season. In January of 2016, Tennessee brought him on to coach up the Volunteers' tight ends. He now earns himself quite the promotion, as he will take on offensive-coordinating duties in the wake of Mike DeBord's decision to scoot on over for the OC gig at Indiana. Scott's going to have his work cut out for him in his new position, as Tennessee faces a ton of offensive turnover heading into the meat of the offseason.
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 20 - 4:39 PM

Notre Dame redshirt junior RB Tarean Folston declared for the NFL Draft.

Folston said in late August that 2016 would be last season at Notre Dame. Despite his down year behind sophomore Josh Adams -- 344 yards and two scores on 77 carries -- he's sticking to that plan. Folston is entering a stacked running back class, but he does have some tools. In a recent seven-round mock draft, Bleacher Report's Matt Miller projected the 5-foot-9, 214-pound Folston as a fifth-rounder. Folston, who missed essentially the entire 2015 season with a torn ACL sustained in the opener, finishes his collegiate career with 1,712 yards and 11 rushing scores on a 5.0 yard per carry average.
Source: ND Insider
Jan 20 - 2:07 PM

Michigan RB De'Veon Smith has been invited to the Senior Bowl.

The event was in need of a running back after Wayne Gallman declined the invitation. We think Elijah McGuire is the best running back at the Shrine Game, but scouts might want a further look at Smith, who is more of a pure power runner.
Source: Senior Bowl
Jan 20 - 9:28 AM

UCLA edge rusher Takkarist McKinley is considering shoulder surgery to repair a torn right labrum, according to Jon Ledyard.

McKinley pulled out of the Senior Bowl because of the injury. Either way, McKinley will wait to have surgery until after the NFL Combine, as he wants to put a full workout in for scouts. He played with the ailment for the last two years. Prospects like Shaq Lawson and Jason Verrett wavered on shoulder surgeries before their respective drafts as well. McKinley likely finishes the process as a first round pick, but he could have been the top edge rusher at the Senior Bowl.
Jan 20 - 9:12 AM

In an interview with SEC Network's Paul Finebaum, ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. called LB Reuben Foster "the best inside linebacker Alabama has ever produced."

Well then. That is something. On his most recent Big Board, Kiper slots Foster in as his No. 4 overall draft prospect for 2017. He views him more favorably than he did Bama LB Reggie Ragland a year ago, writing that the 6-foot-1, 240-pound Foster "has more range, runs sideline to sideline and is a more complete player." A lock first-rounder, Foster won the Butkus Award this past season on the strength of a regular season which saw him record 94 tackles (12.0 for loss), four sacks and two passes defended.
Jan 19 - 5:11 PM

Florida redshirt senior QB Luke Del Rio will miss spring camp after undergoing shoulder surgery.

Wednesday's procedure was to his left, non-throwing shoulder. Del Rio's absence opens the door for an intriguing two-man spring quarterback race between Feleipe Franks and Kyle Trask. The winner of that will be a legitimate contender for Del Rio's job in the summer. The 6-foot-1, 213-pound Del Rio, 5-1 as a starter this past season, completed 56.7 percent of his passes for 1,358 yards and an 8/8 TD/INT rate.
Jan 19 - 3:59 PM

San Diego State announced a five-year contract extension for HC Rocky Long.

The 66-year-old Long is 54-26 across six seasons for the Aztecs. San Diego State has turned into one of the sport's premier Group of 5 programs under his tutelage. The school has won consecutive Mountain West titles, going 22-6 over the past two seasons.
Jan 19 - 3:01 PM

Texas Tech junior DT Breiden Fehoko will transfer.

Fehoko was the jewel of Tech's 2015 recruiting class. He was a five-star prospect by Scout coming out of the prep ranks, and a four-star prospect by Rivals, 247sports and ESPN. Fehoko was a contributor from the day he stepped on campus. He started at defensive tackle in all 13 games of his freshman season in 2015 to earn All-Big 12 Honorable Mention. This is a huge loss for a defense that ranked dead last nationally in total defense this past season.
Jan 19 - 1:57 PM

LSU dismissed redshirt junior DT Travonte Valentine for a violation of team rules.

This time, presumably for good. And what a shame that is, because Valentine had the goods to be the type of immovable interior presence that LSU ships pro-ready to the NFL. The 6-foot-3, 345-pounder began his career at LSU as the No. 3 defensive tackle recruit in the country before being dismissed as a true freshman for violating team rules. He spent time at two different JUCOs before resurfacing on the Tigers' roster this fall. His return was hyped, but it went just about as well as his first stint at the school. Valentine appeared in only five games this past season, and none of the last seven. His football career is hanging in the balance.
Jan 19 - 1:25 PM

Rotoworld's Josh Norris reports that Miami WR Stacy Coley won't play in Saturday's East-West Shrine Game despite being healthy.

Norris ranked Coley as one of the event's 20-best prospects, but unfortunately won't be seeing him. Coley told Shrine officials over the weekend that he couldn't participate, leading to Drew Morgan's addition. Norris reports that Coley is healthy. It's possible that Coley has been upgraded to the Senior Bowl, which has lost a few of its targeted receivers. If not, Coley's absence from the Shrine Game is a head-scratcher.
Jan 19 - 12:54 PM




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