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Georgia senior LB Ramik Wilson returned to practice on Wednesday for the first time in a week and a half.

"The senior is going through drills in a non-contact jersey this morning. Wilson had been out after sustaining a concussion," beat writer Marc Weiszer writes. Many evaluators have ranked Wilson has one of, if not the top, inside linebacker prospect in the country. We have not spotlighted his game yet, but Wilson sounds like one to watch.
Wed, Aug 13, 2014 11:02:00 AM

LSU junior RB Leonard Fournette (ankle) did not practice this week.

Fournette is being labeled as "questionable to doubtful" by interim HC Ed Orgeron. The 6-foot-1, 230-pounder has been nursing an ankle injury since mid-August. In three games this season, he has rushed for 386 yards and two touchdowns. If Fournette can't roll, elite backup back Derrius Guice will handle the bulk of the carries against Missouri on Saturday.
Sep 30 - 2:38 PM

Alabama HC Nick Saban said that he was "hopeful" that sophomore RB Damien Harris (ankle) will be able to play against Kentucky on Saturday.

While Saban hasn't officially offered a public green light for Harris, all signs this week are pointing toward the 5-foot-11, 214-pound sophomore playing on Saturday. He injured his ankle early in last weekend's win over Kent State.
Sep 30 - 2:18 PM

Former Bears director of college scouting, Greg Gabriel, indicated that Alabama redshirt freshman QB Blake Barnett's decision to transfer could draw questions from NFL teams.

"If [Barnett] becomes a prospect, then it becomes a red flag that needs to be answered," Gabriel said. "To me it's a red flag on his football character and his personal character. They are two separate things." The 6-foot-5, 211-pound former five-star decided to transfer out this week. He initially started the opener against USC before giving way to an infinitely more effective Jalen Hurts. While Gabriel was brutal in his assessment of the transfer, it was the only real logical move. Barnett isn't going to be viewed as a pro prospect at all if he can't secure a starting job.
Source: AL.com
Sep 30 - 1:05 PM

Florida State sophomore DE Josh Sweat (knee) will be available for Saturday's showdown with North Carolina.

Sweat underwent surgery to repair a minor meniscus tear in his left knee on September 21. Despite the recency of that procedure, the 6-foot-5, 250-pound sophomore is already ready to jump back to the football field. "[He] practiced last two days and [is] doing well. Very minimal [swelling], and he’s healing really well," said HC Jimbo Fisher. It wouldn't be a surprise if Sweat was used on a relatively limited basis against the Tar Heels on Saturday, as even with his quick recovery, there is no reason for the Seminoles to push their luck here.
Sep 30 - 12:25 PM

In a statement, Alabama HC Nick Saban indicated that the team has yet to decide on disciplinary action for senior edge rusher Tim Williams following his Thursday arrest.

Williams is being charged with carrying a pistol without a permit, a misdemeanor. He was arrested on Thursday morning after an officer smelled marijuana coming from his vehicle. The firearm was discovered under Williams' seat during the subsequent search. "This kind of behavior is not condoned in our program. We are currently in the process of reviewing all of the information," said Saban. "Once we have a complete understanding of the situation, we will determine what we need to do in terms of the appropriate discipline." Even at this late juncture, it unknown whether the 6-foot-4, 237-pound stud will be able to play against Kentucky on Saturday.
Sep 30 - 12:13 PM

Wisconsin redshirt junior LB Vince Biegel will miss 2-4 weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a "cracked foot."

A screw was inserted in Biegel's foot, according to beat writer Jesse Temple. Wisconsin faces Michigan and Ohio State over the next two weeks. Biegel might be the most valuable member of Wisconsin's defense, lining up in a variety of spots and impacting plays. At 6-foot-4, 241-pounds he could play on the edge or inside in the NFL, depending on his landing spot.
Sep 30 - 10:03 AM

Texas Tech sophomore WR Jonathan Giles had 12 catches for 219 receiving yards and two touchdowns in Thursday's 55-19 victory over Kansas.

Per Tech's Twitter feed, Giles' 219 yards receiving were the most at the school since Darrin Moore had 221 against Texas State in 2011. Giles is the breakout receiver the Red Raiders were looking for this summer. He's up to 31 catches for 565 yards and seven touchdowns.
Sep 30 - 12:28 AM

In only three quarters of playing time, Houston senior QB Greg Ward Jr. accrued five touchdowns and threw for a career-high 389 yards in Thursday's 42-14 route of Connecticut.

Ward wasn't able to start last year's upset loss at UConn due to an ankle injury, but he achieved revenge for his teammates in Thursday's sizzling performance. The worry with Ward is never his play. It's with his health. Tonight, he left the game briefly in the second quarter after huge shot on a flea-flicker. With the game firmly out of hand, Kyle Postma took over with 12 minutes remaining.
Sep 30 - 12:08 AM

Texas Tech junior QB Patrick Mahomes exited Thursday's game in the third quarter against Kansas with a right upper arm or throwing shoulder injury.

Mahomes landed flush on that right throwing shoulder following a career-long, 32-yard scamper. Not a natural in the open field, Mahomes hesitated when defenders closed in on him, as though unsure if he should slide or continue charging hard forward. When Jayhawks defenders Fish Smithson and Isaiah Bean converged on him, Mahomes was driven into the turf. He was helped off the field, examined and shipped to the locker room. He came back in the fourth quarter, threw a pass on the sideline, shook his head. All that would suggest that the injury isn't major, but it sure looked violent, similar to the play where Tony Romo broke his collar bone. Nic Shimonek replaced Mahomes behind center.
Sep 30 - 12:00 AM

An NFL executive calls Michigan redshirt sophomore OLB/DB Jabrill Peppers "a bigger, more explosive version of Tyrann Mathieu."

NFL Media's Lance Zierlein made the exact same comp for Peppers this week. As for Daniel Jeremiah, here's his take: "I think Mathieu (5-foot-9, 186 pounds) is a more instinctive player in coverage, but Peppers (6-1, 205, per school measurements) is more physical and he brings an added dimension in the return game. Peppers is a defensive coordinator's dream. You can line him up at multiple spots and he finds ways to affect the game."
Source: NFL.com
Sep 29 - 5:15 PM

Wisconsin junior K Rafael Gaglianone will miss the remainder of the 2016 season after undergoing back surgery.

Gaglianone was initially sidelined near the end of a Week 3 win over Georgia State. He subsequently sat out last weekend's big win over Michigan State. With the 5-foot-11, 219-pounder officially ruled out for the remainder of the season, place-kicking duties will fall to Andrew Endicott. Endicott lacks experience, but for better or worse, this will be his show moving forward.
Sep 29 - 3:51 PM




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