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USC freshman DT Marlon Tuipulotu will undergo season-ending back surgery.

"For the big picture it’s very, very positive for him, it was actually better than they thought and the future is bright for the kid," said HC Clay Helton, who indicated that the injury was to the lower back. It has been bothering the 6-foot-2, 280-pounder on-and-off since he joined the Trojans as a four-star recruit out of high school this offseason. He has also been dealing with a knee injury, though that in and of itself would not have kept him from playing again this season. Tuipulotu wraps up his first taste of collegiate ball having recorded a pair of tackles.
Source: 247Sports
Oct 10 - 10:28 PM

USC QB Sam Darnold was voted as the top QB prospect by eight NFL evaluators polled by SI's Albert Breer.

Breer makes an interesting note that teams are seemingly giving Darnold a pass on his interceptions due to offensive line play and "trying to do too much," like Jameis Winston during his final season. The issue here is that Winston continues to show that same erratic style and a lack of accuracy. Darnold received four place votes, with Josh Rosen receiving three first place votes and Josh Allen one. Be sure to click the link for Breer's full report.
Source: SI.com
Oct 17 - 11:29 AM

Arizona sophomore QB Kahlil Tate is now the school's unquestioned starter ahead of Saturday's game against Cal.

It is fair to wonder why Tate was not the starter since day one, but it took until October for him to see the field. In the last two games alone Tate has rushed for 557 yards and six touchdowns, adding passing stats on top of that. Arizona's offense is one of the scariest in the country with Tate in charge.
Oct 17 - 10:07 AM

Cal senior LB Devante Downs (lower body) will miss the remainder of the 2017 season.

This is a brutal loss for the Bears. Without hyperbole, there were very few -- if any -- defenders playing better in the Pac-12 conference than Downs (6'3"/245). His season ends with 65 tackles, three sacks and an interception. It's possible that Downs could be a day two option in the draft, depending on how the medical reports come back.
Oct 16 - 8:54 PM

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said he will take a cautious approach with junior QB Kelly Bryant (ankle) during the bye week.

Bryant entered Friday's game against Syracuse with a sprained ankle, and he suffered a concussion during it. "Hopefully by Wednesday, he's out there moving around, but we're going to be really cautious with him this week and really get him dialed in on what we're doing game plan wise," Swinney said. "Come Wednesday, I think we'll have a much better feel for what he's going to do practice wise Wednesday and Thursday, and then they'll be off for the weekend." Clemson next takes the field against Georgia Tech on Oct. 28.
Source: ESPN
Oct 16 - 5:45 PM

Minnesota HC P.J. Fleck declined to name a starting quarterback for Saturday against Illinois, but the Minneapolis Star Tribune and St. Paul Pioneer Press both report that signs point to redshirt sophomore QB Demry Croft drawing the start.

"What I saw out there in the last 10 minutes is a team I couldn’t wait to see!" Fleck said of Croft in the postgame news conference. "I couldn’t wait to see that!" Croft came on in relief of Conor Rhoda on Saturday against Michigan State to rally the Gophers for three fourth-quarter touchdown passes to Tyler Johnson. Minnesota fell just short, losing 30-27. Croft went 8-for-14 for 131 yards and three scores in sum. "I felt like, this probably would be a good time to be able to see what Demry can do," Fleck said Sunday. "And once he went in there, he did a really nice job." It's been a wild ride for Croft, who Fleck suspended on Sept. 12 for an unspecified violation of team rules. Croft missed two games before returning for last week’s game at Purdue. And now he may be the team's starter going forward. Croft has a much higher ceiling than Rhoda, and he provides a dual-threat element that Rhoda lacks.
Oct 16 - 5:31 PM

Washington junior T Trey Adams will miss the remainder of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.

Adams suffered the injury in Saturday's upset loss to Arizona State. It's a devastating loss for the Huskies. The 6-foot-8, 327-pound Adams was a first-team all-Pac-12 selection in 2016 and considered a potential first-round pick. Washington is on bye this week, allowing them to pick up the pieces after one of the worst weekends the program has had in the Chris Peterson era.
Oct 16 - 3:07 PM

South Carolina sophomore RB Rico Dowdle will undergo surgery on a fractured bone in his left leg.

Per Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp, Dowdle will have the operation later this week. Dowdle will miss most of the remaining season, if not all of it. The 5-foot-11, 220-pound Dowdle, who was injured in the second quarter of Saturday's 15-9 victory at Tennessee, was the Gamecocks' leading rusher last season. He'd gained 206 yards on 60 carries this season.
Source: ESPN
Oct 16 - 2:49 PM

Miami head coach Mark Richt deems sophomore WR Ahmmon Richards (hamstring) "day-to-day."

Richards warmed up in advance of Saturday's game against Georgia Tech, but the decision was made to sit him again. "He warmed up pretty good. We considered using him. He wasn't 100 percent," Richt said. "We don't want this to last the whole season. We want to get him well and get him going. Our hopes would be he will play this week, but we had those hopes last week." Richards strained his hamstring in camp and has missed three of five games.
Oct 16 - 12:23 PM

Nebraska hired Washington State AD Bill Moos to serve in the same capacity.

Moos fills the position formerly held by Shawn Eichorst, who was fired on September 21. He had been with Washington State for seven years and previously served as Oregon's athletic director from 1995-2007. Per ESPN's Mitch Sherman, Moos' contract with the Cornhuskers is of the five-year variety and will net him $1 million annually.
Oct 15 - 2:57 PM

In the latest release of the Associated Press Top-25 poll, Alabama, Penn State, Georgia and TCU landed at Nos. 1-4.

While the AP Top-25 and the Amway Coaches Poll generally have some noticeable discrepancies, the first four teams were identical in both polls in Sunday's releases. Digging a little deeper into the Associated Press species, Clemson fell to No. 7, Washington to No. 12 and Washington State to No. 15. In something of a rarity, Michigan actually lost ground despite winning on Saturday, slotting down from No. 17 to No. 19.
Oct 15 - 2:27 PM

South Carolina sophomore RB Rico Dowdle sustained a fractured leg in Saturday's win over Tennessee.

Dowdle joins WR Deebo Samuel as the second notable South Carolina player to suffer a significant leg injury this season. After the game, HC Will Muschamp said that the 5-foot-11, 211-pound sophomore will miss an extended amount of time. His season could very much be in jeopardy. Ty'son Williams and A.J. Turner will see the bulk of work on the ground moving forward with Dowdle out for the foreseeable future.
Source: The State
Oct 15 - 1:32 PM




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