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Washington State Head Coach Mike Leach announced that senior QB Luke Falk (head) will play and start on Saturday against Oregon State.

Falk (6'4/223) left last Saturday's game against Boise State twice; once for ineffectiveness, and once for injury. Backup quarterback Tyler Hilinski was effective in relief, throwing for three touchdowns in a comeback victory in triple-overtime over Boise State. Still, Falk has put up prolific passing numbers over his career, and his return is a welcome site for fans of the Cougars.
Sep 11 - 5:43 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline was told by one evaluator that USC redshirt sophomore QB Sam Darnold possesses physical skills that are "Hall of Fame caliber."

Scouts from a multitude of NFL teams were on hand for this past Saturday's big showdown between USC's Darnold and UCLA's Josh Rosen. Writes Pauline of Darnold, "His arm strength, foot quickness and ability to pull a rabbit out of the hat when there is seemingly nothing available was incredibly impressive to scouts." Scouts were also keen on Darnold's ability to bounce back from mistakes. As for a few demerits, Pauline notes that the redshirt sophomore still has much work to do on the fronts of "technique, ball security and defensive reads." The consensus among the analyst's little scouting birds is that Darnold would be well-served by returning to USC next season.
Nov 22 - 7:01 PM

Michigan redshirt freshman QB Brandon Peters remains in the concussion protocol.

Michigan passing game coordinator Pep Hamilton said that Peters is "progressively getting better" and "seems to be a lot better than what he was after Saturday." The redshirt freshman sustained the concussion after taking a hard hit from a Wisconsin defender while unloading a pass in this past weekend's defeat. While Peters has not been ruled out for The Game against Ohio State on Saturday, we're already at the midway point of the week and he's still awaiting medical clearance. Our best guess is that John O'Korn draws the starting assignment versus the Buckeyes. Stay tuned.
Source: Land of 10
Nov 22 - 5:51 PM

Florida redshirt senior QB Luke Del Rio is opting not to use his sixth available year of eligibility.

Del Rio had one year eligibility left, but will leave that on the table. His career with the Gators has been a health-challenged one, especially of late. The 6-foot-1, 213-pounder has undergone two shoulder surgeries -- both on the same shoulder -- over the last calendar year. Most recently, he went under the knife after sustaining a hard hit against Vanderbilt at the end of September. He finishes his career with the Gators having thrown for 1,637 yards (56.6% completions) with a 9/9 TD/INT ratio. Those numbers accurately reflect what we saw on the field from the quarterback, who played competently -- but never spectacularly -- when given the opportunity.
Nov 22 - 5:44 PM

Kent State will not renew the contract of HC Paul Haynes.

Haynes' current contract is set to expire at the end of the season. He initially took over as head coach following the 2012 season. In a statement, Kent State AD Joel Nielsen said, "Making a coaching change is never easy. As an alum, Paul gave his all for this university and to Golden Flashes football, and moved the program forward in many ways." Haynes struggled to a 14-45 record during his time at Kent State, going just 9-30 in MAC conference play.
Nov 22 - 4:21 PM

ESPN's Mark Schlabach reports Chip Kelly met with UCLA officials on Tuesday and will choose between UCLA and Florida "in the coming days"

Schlabach adds Kelly will not consider any other openings. The two offers and locations are quite different from a recruiting standpoint. Thanks to his transition from college to the NFL, we know Kelly wants to enforce his identity on his program. Deciding which school will accept and buy into that is the most important piece to this choice.
Nov 22 - 10:15 AM

In the latest release of the College Football Playoff rankings, Alabama, Miami, Clemson and Oklahoma (in order) landed as the top four teams.

Following a mostly static weekend for the big boys, the rankings -- especially at the top -- remained essentially the same. The only movement on that front was Miami and Clemson swapping the No. 2 and No. 3 positions. That's at least somewhat dubious to us given that the Hurricanes twice fell behind by 14 points against Virginia on Saturday, but it's a minor quibble. Beyond those first four squads, Wisconsin, Auburn, Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Penn State round out the top-10. The biggest tumbler in the rankings was Oklahoma State, which dropped six spots to land at No. 19 courtesy of their loss to Kansas State on Saturday.
Source: ESPN.com
Nov 21 - 7:52 PM

The Houston Chronicle's Brent Zwerneman reports that Texas A&M will fire HC Kevin Sumlin following Saturday's game against LSU.

Per Zwerneman, Sumlin will be terminated whether or not the Aggies come through with a win against the Tigers over the holiday weekend. When the Chronicle broached the report during Sumlin's press conference on Tuesday, the coach responded, "I haven't heard that." According to Zwerneman's reportage, it has not yet been determined exactly when Sumlin will receive the axe once his squad has played LSU -- only that it will, indeed, happen. This is a developing story and we'll pass along updates as information becomes available. Barring a late reprieve, Sumlin is looking like he could join Florida's Jim McElwain and Tennessee's Butch Jones in the ranks of this season's SEC coaching casualties. During his six seasons in College Station, he has compiled a 51-25 record -- but just a 25-22 mark in conference. The Aggies have not won more than eight games since 2013, Sumlin's second season on the job.
Nov 21 - 7:38 PM

Stanford redshirt junior RB Bryce Love (ankle) said that he plans on playing in Saturday's game against Notre Dame.

Love injured his ankle near the end of October. While he has managed to play in the last two contests, he suffered a recurrence of the issue against Cal over the weekend. The redshirt junior is a tough cookie and has shown the ability to play through the injury concern -- it forced him to miss Stanford's win over Oregon State earlier this fall, but that's it. This upcoming showdown with Notre Dame will be a stellar opportunity for Love to put his best Heisman foot forward if he can play. The Cardinal will be taking on the Irish in ABC's primetime slot come Saturday.
Nov 21 - 6:05 PM

Northern Illinois redshirt junior QB Ryan Graham (elbow) has been ruled out for the rest of the season.

Graham (6'1/214) sustained a slow-healing elbow injury in the second game of the season and has played just once -- against Ball State on Nov. 9 -- since his initial sidelining. Marcus Childers has been filling in for the redshirt junior as starter and will once again draw the assignment in the regular-season finale against Central Michigan. The Daily Chronicle's Josh Tolentino believes that a medical redshirt could be in play for Graham.
Nov 21 - 5:13 PM

Kansas State HC Bill Snyder announced that redshirt junior QB Jesse Ertz (knee) is out for the season.

This isn't a surprising development, but it ends a strange six-week stretch in which Snyder repeatedly stated that Ertz would return this season. The coach has frequently labeled Ertz week-to-week since he suffered the injury in early-October. Snyder refuted a report in late-October that Ertz was out for the year. Regardless, KSU will continue to roll with Skylar Thompson or Alex Delton (undisclosed injury) behind center.
Nov 21 - 2:33 PM

Auburn HC Gus Malzahn announced that redshirt junior RB Kamryn Pettway (scapula) will not play Saturday against Alabama.

Pettway is dealing with a fractured scapula and has not yet been cleared to return. This has been a great season for Auburn, and a lost season for Pettway. He was suspended in the opener and then played through plantar fasciitis during Auburn's loss to Clemson. Then, he suffered an ankle injury in Week 3 against Mercer that made him a week-to-week proposition over the month that followed. Finally, he fractured his scapula against Arkansas in late October. Pettway led the SEC in rushing yards per game last season but has ran for only 305 yards and six touchdowns on 76 carries this year.
Source: AL.com
Nov 21 - 1:50 PM




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