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FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher believes redshirt sophomore QB Jameis Winston could take the Deion Sanders or Bo Jackson route of playing two sports professionally, especially if he stays in school for two more years.

Winston will be eligible for the draft following the 2014 season. However, he chose FSU in part to continue his baseball career, and Winston is more than holding his own as a reliever this season. He might not be the first quarterback selected in 2015, as that title likely goes to Oregon's Marcus Mariota.
Wed, May 14, 2014 11:37:00 AM

Nebraska sophomore RB Tre Bryant (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against Rutgers.

Bryant sat out last Saturday's pitiful loss to NIU and will be sidelined once more this weekend. Mikale Wilbon -- who received 24 carries against the Huskies -- will start in his place versus the Scarlet Knights. Nebraska's season has taken on a decidedly dark bent of late, as the Cornhuskers have lost their last two games and just fired AD Shawn Eichorst.
Sep 21 - 7:18 PM

Appalachian State redshirt junior RB Jalin Moore (leg/foot) is questionable for Saturday's game against West Forest.

"He is progressing well. He made strides today. He will probably be a game-time decision as we head down toward the end of the week," said HC Scott Satterfield. Moore (5'11/205) was injured in the second half against North Texas this past weekend. He was sporting a boot at practice on Tuesday, but was not encumbered by support while roaming the sidelines on Wednesday (he did not practice). Should the redshirt junior be unable to play against the Demon Deacons this weekend, Terrence Upshaw will likely see the bulk of carries for the Mountaineers.
Sep 21 - 6:52 PM

Purdue senior WR Gregory Phillips predicted that the Boilermakers will beat Michigan on Saturday.

"It's going to be a surprise when people see us beat Michigan. I wish we played Ohio State, too, because nobody can stop us right now except ourselves," Phillips said. Nobody would blame the Boilermakers for feeling themselves a little bit this week, as they are coming off impressive blowout wins over Ohio and Missouri. In his Week 4 ATS picks column released on Thursday, Rotoworld's Thor Nystrom writes of the contest that "if the Boilermakers don’t have a hangover from last week’s triumphant blowout win on the road over an SEC team, they may have a chance to spring another upset." At the very least, Nystrom believes that Purdue will cover the 10-point spread.
Sep 21 - 6:39 PM

Miami HC Mark Richt said that sophomore WR Ahmmon Richards is dealing with a "severe pull" of the hamstring.

This is the first time that we've really received any insight into the exact nature of the hamstring injury that has been plaguing Richards since the end of August camp. He sat out the team's season-opener against Bethune-Cookman and, despite Miami not playing either of the last two weekends, remains questionable for Saturday's game against Toledo. While the 6-foot-2, 175-pounder has been able to practice this week, Richt said that he has looked "a little cautious" due to his protecting the injured leg.
Source: Fansided
Sep 21 - 5:59 PM

Clemson redshirt junior K Greg Huegel will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL.

Huegel suffered the torn ACL during practice on Wednesday. A Lou Graza Award semifinalist in 2016, the redshirt junior connected on 14-of-19 kicks a year ago and also set a school record with 71 made extra points. Alex Spence, a redshirt junior, had been serving as Huegel's backup prior to the injury and will step into a starting role in his place.
Sep 21 - 5:46 PM

SEC Country's Eric Boland reports that Arkansas sophomore RB Devwah Whaley got into a fight with a teammate.

When news of the fight surfaced, there were initial rumors that Whaley had sustained a broken jaw in the altercation. Boland is hearing from multiple sources that that is not the case, though. Whaley has since tweeted that he's "set to travel" with the team for their showdown with Texas A&M on Saturday. Arkansas has yet to comment on all this ugliness and it's possible that Whaley travels to Arlington but does not play in the game. If he sits, expect David Williams and Chase Hayden to receive the bulk of carries. This is a developing story and we'll pass along updates as they become available. Stay tuned.
Source: SEC Country
Sep 21 - 5:08 PM

Nebraska fired AD Shawn Eichorst.

"Our fans and our student-athletes deserve leadership that drives the highest levels of competitiveness, as well as excellence across all facets of Husker athletics," said Nebraska chancellor Ronnie Green. Eichorst was initially hired as athletic director in October of 2013. He will be paid the remaining $1.7 million on his contract, which had been set to run through June of 2019. His firing is effective immediately. Nebraska has slogged out to a 1-2 record to start the season, with the nail in Eichorst's coffin coming after the Huskers lost to Northern Illinois in listless fashion last Saturday.
Source: ESPN.com
Sep 21 - 4:25 PM

Georgia sophomore QB Jacob Eason (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against Mississippi State.

Eason managed to take part in practice to a limited degree this week -- he has been throwing -- but the Bulldogs are going to let him rest up for at least one more week before they consider throwing him back into a game. Jake Fromm will once again start in his place on Saturday.
Source: Dawg Nation
Sep 21 - 1:56 PM

ESPN's Todd McShay writes there is "a lot of buzz surrounding" Mississippi State redshirt junior T Martinas Rankin.

"He has the length to handle speed off the edge and the athletic ability to mirror inside pass-rushing moves," McShay explained, adding that Rankin has pivotal matchups against Georgia and Auburn coming up in order to prove his game against top-end pass rushers. Rankin has spent less than two seasons at the FBS level, but that did not stop players like Ryan Ramczyk and Garett Bolles from landing in the first round last season. As Miss State continues to win, more focus will be on their offensive line.
Source: ESPN
Sep 21 - 11:12 AM

ESPN's Chris Mortensen spoke to one NFL GM who believes if Wyoming QB Josh Allen played for USC, Clemson or Oklahoma, "they'd all be talking like there hasn't been a better passer in years."

Stunning. The anonymous general manager says his only concern about Allen is possible injury due to being too competitive with a lack of talent around him this season. "Enough teams will work past the garbage you'll hear," the general manager said via Mortensen. The decision maker went on to say there is "no comparison" with his size, arm, skill set, mobility, good mind and competitiveness. It is absolutely amazing that this general manager does not even touch on Allen's ability, or inability, to handle a pass rush, since it is the great differentiator at the position.
Sep 21 - 10:39 AM

Yahoo Sports' Pete Thamel spoke to one scout who believes Penn State junior RB Saquon Barkley is better than Ezekiel Elliott.

The scout obviously remains anonymous. "Saquon Barkley is a different guy with an extra gear. He’ll never get caught from behind. Zeke doesn’t get caught often, but he can," the scout told Thamel. We understand wanting to compare Barkley to the top running back prospect in recent memory, but in the end Barkley will also be selected very early in the draft, likely in the top 10, so does it even matter? Barkley is an outstanding talent. So is Elliott. Our biggest question is if Barkley can pass protect like Elliott could out of Ohio State.
Source: Yahoo
Sep 21 - 10:09 AM




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