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Pittsburgh DT Aaron Donald continued his dominant post-season showcases Monday with an impressive pro day workout.

Thirty NFL teams were in attendance to see Donald (6-foot-1, 287 pounds), who tore up the combine with a 4.68-second 40-yard dash, 35 reps on the bench press, a 32-inch vertical and 116-inch broad jump. "Donald only went through field drills and looked very good, showing fluid movement and substantiating the performance he displayed at the combine," wrote NFL.com's Gil Brandt, who was in attendance. Donald led the nation in tackles for loss last season and won the Nagurski, Bednarik, Outland, Lombardi and ACC's defensive player of the year awards.
Source: NFL.com
Mon, Mar 3, 2014 03:53:00 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

Baylor junior WR K.D. Cannon wrote that he will remain with the program.

On Friday night, Cannon tweeted (in all-caps), "Baylor is my home and that['s] where I will stay and finish my college career." With Corey Coleman heading to the Browns in the draft, the 5-foot-11, 170-pound Cannon is in line to be the Bears' No. 1 receiver for 2016. He piled up 868 yards and six touchdowns on 50 catches last season. Several recruits have backed off their commitments to Baylor since the firing of HC Art Briles on Thursday, but those in the program are showing no signs of wanting to flee.
May 28 - 12:37 PM

Three-star 2017 QB Jay Urich committed to South Carolina.

Urich announced his decision during a ceremony at Wren High School in Piedmont, South Carolina. The 6-foot-3, 186-pound dual-threat gunslinger explained that his connection with the Gamecock coaching staff played a huge part in his commitment. "I'd say just the coaches, Coach Roper, Coach Muschamp, feeling comfortable with them. They're just an awesome staff that I'm comfortable with." He stands as South Carolina's ninth commitment for the 2017 cycle and their first of the quarterback species.
Source: Rivals
May 28 - 12:23 PM

A proposed Big 12 rule change could restore the year of eligibility Oklahoma senior QB Baker Mayfield lost when he transferred from Texas Tech.

A Big 12 official told ESPN that the proposed rule change wouldn't dock walk-ons transferring within the conference a season of eligibility. Mayfield, of course, lost a season of eligibility after transferring from Texas Tech (where he walked on) following his freshman year. The conference will discuss the proposal next week at the Big 12's annual spring meetings. If it passes, Mayfield will be eligible in 2017. If it doesn't, he's entering his final season as a Sooner. Mayfield was the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year and finished fourth in the Heisman voting in 2015 (3,700 yards with a 36/7 TD/INT ratio).
Source: ESPN.com
May 27 - 7:00 PM

CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd reports that Baylor, embroiled in a sexual assault scandal, hired a powerful law firm "in part as a hedge against a repeat of the NCAA's controversial penalties applied to Penn State."

Per Dodd's sources, neither the NCAA nor the law firm believe Baylor committed "traditional NCAA infractions." Instead, the school is concerned that the NCAA may attempt to make a P.R. stance in punitively punishing Baylor outside its bylaws, as happened to Penn State following the Jerry Sandusky criminal case. On Thursday, Baylor released an independent report that concluded football personnel ignored sexual assault allegations and "discouraged complainants" from reporting them. Officially, Baylor announced it hired the law firm -- Bond, Schoeneck and King of Overland Park, Kansas, the nation's elite firm when it comes to NCAA litigation -- "to initially discuss possible NCAA infractions."
Source: CBS Sports
May 27 - 6:39 PM

In response to the NCAA Notice of Allegations, Ole Miss has suspended two unnamed assistants from recruiting.

There is no further information as to the assistants in question who are facing these suspensions. In addition to those moves, Ole Miss has self-imposed a reduction of 11 scholarships, nine of which will be docked from recruiting classes over the next three years. The Rebels are desperately attempting to avoid NCAA sanctions in the face of eight allegations of serious Level 1 violations.
Source: SB Nation
May 27 - 3:03 PM

Former Baylor HC Art Briles' daughter, Staley Lebby, released a post on Facebook defending her father's integrity and calling his firing a "media witch hunt."

"This media witch hunt has been the most disturbing thing I've ever witnessed. The situation has been blown so out of proportion. Sadly," Lebby wrote, "Baylor was influenced heavily by the media and felt pressured to let him go. I guess a man that has resurrected your program and made you a top 10 program wasn't worth fighting for or defending." She praised Briles' character at length in her post and called him "one of the most giving & unselfish people I've ever been around." Baylor players voiced similar sentiments on Twitter, with senior safety Orion Stewardt saying that Briles "[t]ook a chance on a skinny ass kid wit barely any offers" and sophomore defensive tackle Andrew Morris writing simply "Injustice."
May 27 - 2:49 PM

In an interview with Tigerbait.com, LSU AD Joe Avella spoke at length about last season's near-firing of HC Les Miles, saying that "what happened is just part of the business."

"Going through that process was a good thing. It forced everybody to take a hard look at things. It forced me to take a hard look. It forced Les to take a hard look," Avella said. Miles was -- by several outlets -- already out the door in late November, but it was announced after the team's season-ending win over Texas A&M that he would be retained for 2016. Avella insisted to Tigerbait.com that the turmoil only helped to solidify what LSU is working toward. "Going through that scrutiny was not a bad thing. It forced us to make sure we are doing it the best we can." The athletic director added that he feels "very optimistic" about the team's potential this coming season.
Source: Rivals
May 27 - 2:39 PM

In response to the NCAA Notice of Allegations, Ole Miss has self-imposed a reduction of 11 scholarships.

The NCAA Notice of Allegations included allegations of recruiting violations and illegal contact from coaches to recruits, with eight of 13 violations levied against the football program considered to be "Level 1" violations -- those being the most serious. In response, Ole Miss is docking itself a total of 11 scholarships, including three initial scholarships for each of the next three recruiting classes. Additional sanctions from the NCAA could be coming down the pike.
Source: ESPN.com
May 27 - 2:11 PM




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