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The Oklahoman reports that former Missouri junior WR Dorial Green-Beckham interests the Sooners.

"Sources with knowledge of Green-Beckham’s situation have indicated there’s at least marginal interest in bringing the troubled superstar to Oklahoma," read the report. Green-Beckham's previously was leaning towards transferring to Eastern Illinois in order to retain his 2014 eligibility, but those plans hit a snag for unspecified reasons. If DGB were to sign with Oklahoma, he would be forced to sit out a season. Green-Beckham (6-foot-6, 225 pounds) was dismissed by Mizzou after a burglary investigation and alleged unlawful entry into an apartment searching for his girlfriend. DGB was also previously suspended twice for drug related issues. He comes with a laundry list of off-the-field problems, but the former No. 1 overall recruit also possesses No. 1 overall pick talent.
Wed, Jun 18, 2014 08:26:00 PM

FSU junior RB Dalvin Cook needs 1,261 rushing yards to top Warrick Dunn's career rushing record of 3,959 yards while playing for the Seminoles.

The catch? If Cook achieves this goal, he will have the record in three seasons compared to Dunn's four seasons. As a true freshman, Cook rushed for just over 1,00 yards and added on to that with a stunning 2015, totaling 1,691 yards while dealing with multiple nagging injuries. You all know what we think of Cook, that he is firmly in the argument for the top running back name in college football. The combination of yards after contact and big plays is exactly what you want out of a running back.
Source: ESPN
Jul 25 - 11:25 AM

As of now there is no timetable for Tennessee sophomore DL Shy Tuttle's return to the field after breaking his fibula last October.

"He’s progressing. He’s running. He’s been working out," head coach Butch Jones said. Jones added the impressive defensive lineman will be limited at the start of camp, and the team is hoping to know more in mid-August. Tuttle played as a reserve in six games, seeing the field for 34 percent of the school's snaps during that span. He starred as a run defender. Tennessee dealt with injuries along their defensive line all offseason.
Source: ESPN
Jul 25 - 11:07 AM

Iowa State senior CB Nigel Tribune was arrested over the weekend on three charges, including Operating a Vehicle While Impaired.

Tribune was immediately suspended indefinitely. The senior is an important member of the team's defense, as he was on the field for 94 percent of the school's snaps in 2014 and 63 percent last season. Those numbers dropped towards the end of 2015. Who knows how long Tribune's suspension will last. He earned second team All-Big 12 honors in 2014.
Jul 25 - 10:01 AM

Former Florida redshirt sophomore CB J.C. Jackson will enroll at Maryland on Tuesday.

Jackson is jumping up from the JUCO level and is eligible to play immediately. In fact, 247 Sports' Ryan Bartow already projects Jackson as a starter for the upcoming season. With three years of eligibility remaining, Jackson could emerge as one of Maryland's most talented players. He elected to transfer after facing an armed robbery charge. After all, former Florida defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin is Maryland's head coach.
Source: 247 Sports
Jul 25 - 7:52 AM

Nebraska redshirt senior P Sam Foltz was killed in a car accident on Saturday.

The trio of Foltz, LSU K Colby Delahoussaye and former Michigan State P Mike Sadler were all in the car when Sadler lost control of the wheel on a wet road Saturday night. The car struck a tree, killing both Foltz and Sadler. Delahoussaye was taken to the hospital where he received stitches and burn treatments before being released. Foltz was named to the Ray Guy Watch List earlier this offseason. He was coming off first-team All-Big 10 honors for the 2015 campaign. In a statement, HC Mike Riley said, "Sam was universally loved and respected by everyone he touched and on whom he had a positive influence each and every day. His tragic loss is immeasurable to his family, his friends, his classmates, his teammates and his coaches and our thoughts and prayers are with all of them."
Jul 24 - 7:39 PM

At the ACC Football Kickoff, Louisville HC Bobby Petrino said, "We have a goal to win a national championship and I’ve made sure our players understand that."

"We’ve got Clemson and Florida State just in our division, two teams that have been to the national championship game," Petrino said. "We know it’s a great challenge, but it’s one we’re certainly looking forward to." The Cardinals have played both teams tough over the last two seasons, losing a pair of one-possession contests to Clemson and leading at the half twice (before falling twice) against FSU. Sophomore QB Lamar Jackson believes Louisville will surprise with its maturation. "Last year we were a young team," he said. "This year is a whole other story. We’ve been hitting the books hard."
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 24 - 1:46 PM

Iowa redshirt senior DL Faith Ekakitie was mistaken for a bank robber by police while playing Pokemon Go in the park.

Ekakitie took to Facebook to tell the tale. He was playing Pokemon Go in the park on Wednesday when, according to the lineman, he was stopped by five police officers, several of whom drew their weapons. "My pockets were checked, my backpack was opened up and searched carefully, and I was asked to lift up my shirt while they searched my waistband," he wrote on Facebook. Iowa City Police Department sergeant Jorey Bailey informed ESPN that Ekakitie was initially stopped because he matched the description of a man who had just robbed a local bank. "I am not one to usually rant on Facebook or anywhere else, but with all of the crazy things that have been happening in our world these past couple of weeks it is hard to stay silent," Ekakitie wrote. "I am thankful to be alive."
Jul 24 - 12:29 PM

Georgia Southern has vacated three wins from the 2013 and 2014 seasons.

The Eagles are erasing these wins off the face of the earth due to a two-year NCAA investigation which revealed that the program played an ineligible student-athlete in three separate victories -- against Savannah State and St. Francis in 2013 and Louisiana-Monroe in 2014. While it is disappointing to vacate these three victories, we get to put this chapter behind us," said Georgia Southern ADTom Kleinlein. "The student-athletes on this year's football team, and teams moving forward, are not affected by the NCAA's ruling and our goals are still in front of us."
Jul 24 - 12:11 PM

Ohio State received a verbal commitment from four-star 2017 CB Amir Riep.

Michigan State and Alabama were technically in the mix for Riep's commitment, too, but Ohio State was considered the front-runner to nab the Cincinnati native's pledge. They did not drop the ball. The 6-foot, 180-pounder ranks as Rivals' No. 236 overall prospect for the 2017 cycle, but Scout.com is considerably higher on him, placing him into their rankings at No. 91. They like his instincts and anticipation, noting that Riep "[d]oes a good job of using the sideline as an extra defender."
Source: Scout.com
Jul 23 - 6:47 PM

Alabama received a verbal commitment from 2017 JUCO CB Jhavonte Dean.

Tip of the cap to SEC Country's Chris Kirschner for this news. At least somewhat surprisingly, Dean is Alabama's first corner commitment in the 2017 class. They are also nipping at the heels of stud Ohio State corner commit Shaun Wade, but if they are to flip Wade, that likely won't come for a while. For his part, the 6-foot-2, 180-pound Dean ranks as 247Sports' No. 1 overall JUCO corner prospect in the 2017 class. He is a speedster and has run the 40-yard dash in the low-to-mid 4.30's during athletic testing this offseason.
Source: SEC Country
Jul 23 - 6:19 PM

Louisville HC Bobby Petrino said that sophomore QB Lamar Jackson is "going to be the face of our program for a while."

Petrino brought Jackson to the ACC Football Kickoff media event because he thinks his young quarterback is ready to handle the spotlight. A year ago, the 6-foot-3, 196-pounder felt uncomfortable during interviews, but he said that "[i]t's OK now." He also spoke to increased expectations. "Last year we were trying to show everyone we were a young team, that we could go out there and play," Jackson said. "This year is a whole 'nother story. More mature, older now." A Power 5 coach told ESPN earlier this offseason that Jackson is primed to "blow up this year."
Jul 23 - 2:28 PM




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