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FSU QB Jameis Winston issued a citation on Tuesday for shoplifting crab legs, according to Tomahawk Nation.

This is real life. "He got an adult civil citation," a source inside Tallahassee Police told Tomahawk Nation. "If he completes the sanctions it will never show up on his record. They commonly give them to juveniles on first criminal offenses. They are now doing it for minor misdemeanors for adults to lower crime rate" Winston has had a crazy year, both on the field and off of it. Expect a story line similar to Johnny Manziel, in terms of highs and lows, to follow Winston over the next season.
Wed, Apr 30, 2014 10:27:00 AM

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

Western Michigan WR Corey Davis declined an invitation to attend the Senior Bowl.

We have waited to see Davis at this event for over a year, so this is a bummer. Davis dominated during his time at WMU, ending his final season 98 passes for 1,511 yards and 19 touchdowns. Davis shines after the catch, picking up chunks of yards at a high rate. He also displayed an ability to go up and get it. We will have to wait to see Davis until the NFL Combine.
Jan 19 - 9:07 AM

UCLA edge rusher Takkarist McKinley was not on the final Senior Bowl roster.

McKinley's acceptance was announced in early December, so he obviously changed his mind. We all know the edge rushing group is one of the draft's top positions, but a few of the bigger names will not be in Mobile, AL. The defensive line is one of the best positions to impress scouts at this type of event, as winning in one on one situations can set you apart. Expect Takk to be a top 50 selection.
Jan 19 - 8:55 AM

Oklahoma WR Dede Westbrook was not listed on the final Senior Bowl roster.

Westbrook caught 74 passes for 1,465 yards (19.8 yards per reception) and 16 touchdowns this season, but plenty of questions remain. Westbrook was arrested on two occasions for family violence complaints prior to joining Oklahoma, a piece of news that did not pop up until December. He also dealt with a career threatening freak injury when he ruptured a small intestine. At some point Westbrook will have to answer these questions from teams and from the media.
Jan 19 - 8:43 AM

Colorado hired Kentucky defensive coordinator/OLB coach D.J. Eliot as DC.

He'll replace Jim Leavitt, who recently left the Buffs for Oregon. Eliot, a longtime top lieutenant of HC Mark Stoops, was Stoops’ first hire when he took over at Kentucky in 2012. Stoops may have hurt the relationship by commandeering defensive play calling duties in Week 3 after Kentucky gave up 89 points in its first two games.
Source: SEC Country
Jan 18 - 5:49 PM

Oklahoma State OC Mike Yurcich removed his name from consideration for Auburn’s OC job.

Auburn will look elsewhere for Rhett Lashlee's heir. Yurcich, a 2016 Broyles Award nominee (nation's top assistant coach), presided over the No. 14 offense in the country this past season. With QB Mason Rudolph and WR James Washington heading back to Stillwater, the Pokes will be even more explosive in 2017.
Jan 18 - 4:33 PM

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says NFL scouts who give QB Deshaun Watson a second-round grade should be fired.

"They should lose their jobs," Swinney said when asked about reports that Watson is receiving Rd. 2 grades. "That is absolutely the craziest thing. They don't know Deshaun. ... I can't even tell you how brilliant he is as a football player, as a person, how impactful of a man he is. He's going to change a locker room the day he gets there. He's just so driven, so humble. (He has an) unbelievable understanding of his platform and his skill set is off the charts. He can do anything and everything." Rotoworld's Thor Nystrom believes Watson is a surefire first-round talent, but those disagreeing say Watson isn't accurate enough and may struggle inside the pocket. In his first Big Board, NFL.com analyst Daniel Jeremiah listed Watson as the No. 32 prospect. Get ready for a Teddy Bridgewater-like process for Mr. Watson.
Source: NFL.com
Jan 18 - 4:02 PM

Washington junior QB Jake Browning is expected to be shelved for six weeks after recently undergoing right shoulder surgery.

Per the Seattle Times, the injury occurred against Arizona State on Nov. 19. Browning played through it, and Huskies coaches kept the news a secret as they prepared for the College Football Playoff. The throwing-shoulder injury gives some context to Browning's late-season struggles (along with playing a brutal slate down the stretch. Browning had a 202.79 quarterback rating through nine games, better than Russell Wilson’s 2011 NCAA single-season record. His QB rating dropped to 161.82 over the final five games. Browning was sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting after throwing for 3,430 yards and 43 scores.
Jan 18 - 3:21 PM




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