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Florida State DT Timmy Jernigan recently visited the Titans, according to beat writer Jim Wyatt.

Titans defensive coordinator Ray Horton will implement an odd man front and has traditionally called for bigger bodies to anchor the nose tackle position. The team's former zero or one technique, Jurrell Casey, is more of an upfield disruptor and will likely move away from the spot, while Jernigan is better at holding the line of scrimmage. The Seminole can have great flashes, but his play is not consistent.
Tue, Apr 8, 2014 10:18:00 AM

Colorado senior QB Sefo Liufau (leg) completed 3-of-13 passes for 21 yards and three touchdowns in Friday's 41-10 loss to Washington in the Pac-12 Championship Game.

Liufau will need the 'Men in Black' memory eraser for this one. The game started off poorly enough for the 6-foot-4, 230-pound senior, as he suffered a leg injury just minutes into the first quarter. That injury sidelined him for the remainder of the first half. He came back out for the third quarter, at which point the wheels truly fell off. Indeed, Liufau was intercepted three times in that quarter -- this after throwing just three interceptions in the previous 10 games combined. Sour end-note aside, there is no shade to be thrown at Colorado's marvelous 10-3 season.
Dec 3 - 12:48 AM

Washington sophomore RB Myles Gaskin rushed for 159 yards on 29 carries in Friday's 41-10 win over Colorado in the Pac-12 Championship Game.

For just the fourth time in 13 games this season, Gaskin failed to rush for a touchdown. He served as a consistent force out of the backfield, though, averaging 5.5 YPC with a long run of 12 yards. Lavon Coleman also chipped in with 101 yards rushing (plus a touchdown). The 5-foot-9, 192-pound Gaskin has now rushed for 1,339 yards and 10 touchdowns. With the Pac-12 title in hand, Washington will wait for Sunday's selection show to see if their 12-1 campaign was enough to push them to the Playoff.
Dec 3 - 12:40 AM

Western Michigan senior WR Corey Davis caught nine passes for 155 yards and a touchdown in Friday's 29-23 win over Ohio in the MAC Championship Game.

Davis came up clutch for the Broncos in the MAC title game. His touchdown grab was a thing of beauty, as the 6-foot-3, 215-pound senior ran a deep in and was hit perfectly in stride by QB Zach Terrell. The rest of the work was all Davis, who cut across the field and down the left sideline while racing to the end zone for the impressive 70-yard touchdown midway through the second quarter. This was the wideout's fifth 100-yard game in 13 contests. Overall, he has caught 92 passes for 1,438 yards and 18 touchdowns. Having rowed the boat to an undefeated shore, the 13-0 Broncos will now await their bowl assignment.
Dec 2 - 11:08 PM

Penn State HC James Franklin said that sophomore RB Saquon Barkley (foot) will play in the Big Ten Championship Game against Wisconsin on Saturday.

All systems go. Barkley dinged up his right foot in this past weekend's victory over Michigan State, but said at the beginning of the practice week that he was "feeling fine." Nothing has changed in the interim. On Friday, Franklin indicated that the 5-foot-11, 222-pounder has not missed a practice since that game against Sparty and that he "looks great."
Dec 2 - 6:06 PM

ESPN's Brett McMurphy reports that Texas (5-7) will decline a bowl bid if offered.

Should South Alabama and Louisiana-Lafayette lose to New Mexico State and Louisiana-Monroe, respectively, on Saturday, that would leave five bowl slots still to be filled by 5-7 squads. APR (Academic Progress Rate) will determine which straggling squads make it to a bowl. Texas ranks fourth among 5-7 squads in APR. While it is rare for teams to turn down bowl games, even teams holding sub-par records, this is not without precedent. Just last season, Missouri respectfully declined a 5-7 berth due to a variety of circumstances.
Source: ESPN.com
Dec 2 - 5:50 PM

SB Nation's Steven Godfrey reports that Alabama OC Lane Kiffin will interview for Houston's vacant head-coaching position after Saturday's SEC Championship Game against Florida.

Kiffin's Alabama rebirth over the last three seasons has made him a hot commodity in the rumor mill this week. It was earlier reported that LSU HC Ed Orgeron wanted to bring Kiffin on-board as the Tigers' offensive coordinator. With head gigs open at Oregon and Houston, though, LSU looks like they are going to face stiff competition here. Perhaps the most interesting note in Godfrey's report is that Crimson Tide HC Nick Saban is actively pushing for Kiffin to take the job at Houston because it would move him out of the SEC and thus keep Saban's dark-voodoo coaching secrets out of enemy hands. In addition to Kiffin, Godfrey relays that Todd Orlando (currently Houston's interim head coach), Major Applewhite, Les Miles and Lincoln Riley are also under "heavy consideration."
Source: SB Nation
Dec 2 - 4:55 PM

Ohio State received a verbal commitment from five-star 2017 LB Baron Browning.

To say that the Buckeyes are destroying the recruiting universe right now is an understatement. Browning stands as Ohio State's 15th commitment from the ESPN 300. Eight of those 15 rank among the outlet's top 50 recruits for the 2017 cycle. Browning, himself, ranks as their No. 29 overall prospect in the class. The 6-foot-3, 227-pounder chose Ohio State over expected big dogs such as Alabama, Florida State and Michigan. Rivals recruiting director Mike Farrell has called him "what every coach wants in a linebacker."
Source: ESPN.com
Dec 2 - 4:43 PM

Iowa State HC Matt Campbell said that redshirt sophomore RB Mike Warren will not require offseason ankle surgery.

Warren initially injured his ankle against Kansas State on October 29. He subsequently missed a November 3 showdown with Oklahoma before suiting up and playing in Iowa State's final three games. While he did play against Kansas, Texas Tech and West Virginia to close out the campaign, the 6-foot, 200-pound redshirt sophomore saw only a combined 10 carries in that space. He wrapped the 2016 season having rushed for 559 yards (4.2 YPC) and three touchdowns, a disappointing output after he turned in 1,339 yards (5.9 YPC) and five touchdowns in 2015.
Dec 2 - 4:24 PM

NFL.com draft analyst Lance Zierlein compares Texas RB D’Onta Foreman to Carolina Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart.

A true junior, Foreman has announced that he will declare for the upcoming NFL Draft. "Foreman is way bigger than people realize. He has elite size almost to the point where he might need to lose weight to maintain his quickness at the next level," said Zierlein. "Good vision. Quick feet. Proved he can handle being an every-down back this year. His workload this season might be cause for some concern, but it hasn't been an issue until this year." The 6-foot-1, 250-pound Foreman leads the FBS in both carries (323) and rushing yards (2,208).
Source: NFL.com
Dec 2 - 1:22 PM

NFL.com analyst Lance Zierlein compares Clemson senior WR Mike Williams to ex-Giants star WR Plaxico Burress.

The 6-foot-3, 225-pound Williams is slightly smaller than the 6-foot-5, 231-pound Burress coming out of college, but he plays the same physical game and may be able to run a little better than the high 4.5-second range that Burress logged. "What Burress lacked in speed, he made up for with his ability to pluck the ball out of the air," Zierlein wrote. "Burress was mostly a two-level wide receiver and that should end up being the case with Williams as well. Additional play strength was a need for both guys, as prospects, but their ability to become scary red-zone factors is yet another similarity between the two wideouts."
Source: NFL.com
Dec 2 - 12:44 PM

Indiana coach Kevin Wilson resigned due to "philosophical differences."

It was first reported that Wilson was fired. Either way, the story is that Wilson and athletic department officials had a heated disagreement over his treatment of players and no resolution could be found. "There was no smoking gun, no precipitating event," that led to Wilson's resignation, athletic director Fred Glass said. Glass said he and Wilson "weren't on the same page" about leadership style. The Hoosiers promoted DC Tom Allen, a nominee for the Frank Broyles Award, to head coach to replace Wilson. "My heart breaks for [Wilson]. I never expected this to happen," Allen said.
Source: ESPN.com
Dec 2 - 12:26 PM




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