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Akron HC Terry Bowden declined to name a starter for Tuesday against Ohio nor specify whether redshirt senior QB Thomas Woodson would return from suspension.

Just prior to this Tuesday's loss to Miami (OH), Akron distributed a news release stating that Woodson was suspended for "tonight’s game." The implication was that Woodson would return next week, but Bowden isn't tipping his hand. "I would be remiss if I didn’t say Tommy Woodson was not played because of a violation of team rules, and I will not make an announcement on his future play until later on this week," Bowden said. When Akron athletics director Larry Williams was asked if Woodson would be suspended for multiple games, he said: "He’s still suspended."
Fri, Nov 10, 2017 02:11:00 PM

Kansas State junior QB Alex Delton is expected to start against Texas on Saturday.

Here's an interesting one. Skylar Thompson drew the start against West Virginia over the weekend, but midway through the game, Wildcats HC Bill Snyder opted to swap him out for Delton. Neither quarterback saw this coming, leading to an awkward postgame in which Thompson was clearly irritated at Snyder's tact, while Delton admitted to being caught off-guard. Regardless, it looks like we may have a sea change, here, as Kellis Robinett is passing along that the junior signal-caller received the majority of first-team snaps on Monday as the team looks to move in his direction. If we're being completely honest, neither quarterback option takes our breath away.
Sep 25 - 8:20 PM

Iowa State HC Matt Campbell said that junior RB David Montgomery was "dinged up" in Saturday's win over Akron.

Montgomery (5'11/216) rushed for 107 yards and a score against Akron on Saturday, but saw a bit less work in the second half due to a minor physical issue. Said Campbell, "I think he's fine." Johnnie Lang ultimately saw 22 carries in that contest and would fill in for Montgomery should he require any additional time to heal up. At this juncture, consider him day-to-day. TCU looms on the schedule for Saturday.
Source: 247Sports
Sep 25 - 8:07 PM

Texas Tech redshirt junior WR T.J. Vasher (knee) is doubtful for Saturday's game against West Virginia.

Vasher (6'6/190) sprained his knee in this past weekend's win over Oklahoma State. That he is already considered doubtful for Saturday, with the practice week barely underway, is a sign that this injury might be slightly on the more severe side. We'll keep tabs on Vasher's situation as kickoff nears. Should he be unable to take the field versus the Mountaineers, Antoine Wesley, Ja'Deion High, Zach Austin and Seth Collins are all potential benefactors for an increased workload.
Sep 25 - 7:37 PM

Buffalo redshirt senior WR Anthony Johnson (hamstring) is questionable for Saturday's game against Army.

Johnson (6'2/210) sat out the second half of this past weekend's dominant win over Rutgers due to a hamstring injury. While he later took to social media to allay fans' fears of a serious injury, writing that he was "good," Dr. Johnson's medical opinion only carries so much weight, here. Bulls HC Lance Leipold has officially deemed him questionable for the weekend. We'll have a better idea of whether or not he'll be able to take the field versus the Black Knights as the practice week progresses.
Sep 25 - 4:25 PM

Penn State redshirt senior RB Mark Allen (undisclosed) has been ruled out for the remainder of the season.

Allen (5'6/184) did not travel with the team for this past Friday's date with the Illini due to his undisclosed injury concern. He had been working as backup to Miles Sanders prior to the recent injury, having rushed for 98 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries. Ricky Slade will now slide into the No. 2 role in this offense. He'll try to make his mark against Ohio State on Saturday.
Sep 25 - 2:50 PM

Michigan State senior RB LJ Scott (leg) is likely to return on Saturday against Central Michigan.

Scott, who missed Saturday's win over Indiana, is listed as the starter on the depth chart for the CMU game. Scott suffered his leg injury in the Week 2 loss at Arizona State. His expected return is great news for MSU, which has struggled to run the football without him. Sparty ranks No. 13 in the B1G with just 119.7 rushing yards per game. We'd only add that HC Mark Dantonio is remaining coy about his status for now. When asked if Scott was day-to-day or expected to play, Dantonio said: "Probably a little of both."
Sep 25 - 1:39 PM

The Prince George County State’s Attorney’s Office is seeking the full, unredacted report on the death of former Maryland OL Jordan McNair to determine whether criminal charges are warranted.

"We will be requesting a full, un-redacted version of the Walters Report and will begin reviewing all circumstances surrounding Jordan McNair’s death for potential criminal charges," a state’s attorney spokesperson told USA Today. McNair collapsed during a May 29 practice and died June 13. Terps head athletic trainer Wes Robinson yelled at McNair "to get the (expletive) up" and three Terp players interviewed by investigators described how Robinson ordered staff members to drag McNair across the field. The report stated that Robinson and other trainers on site were responsible for a "failure to identify escalating symptoms" for heat stroke. Erzen said it's too early to speculate if charges could be pursued against Maryland staff members.
Source: USA Today
Sep 25 - 1:23 PM

San Diego State junior RB Juwan Washington (collarbone) is expected to miss six weeks with a fractured clavicle.

A team official confirmed that Washington suffered the injury in Saturday night’s overtime win over Eastern Michigan. He was replaced by sophomore Chase Jasmin, who'll take over starter duties following the bye this week. Washington's injury officially ends SDSU’s steak of 2,000-yard running backs at two (D.J. Pumphrey and Rashaad Penny). If there's a silver lining for Aztec fans, it's that Washington confirmed to reporters that he "definitely" will be returning to campus for his senior year. Through four games, Washington has 513 yards (5.2 ypc) and five touchdowns on 99 carries.
Sep 25 - 12:19 PM

Ohio State junior DE Nick Bosa (abdomen) will not play until November according to his father, John Bosa.

Bosa was ruled out for Penn State on Saturday with the injury, but it sounds like we're not going to be seeing the All-American back on the field for several more weeks. "Nick had major surgery," Bosa told Ari Wasserman of The Athletic. "Now, he had surgery with the best surgeon for the core on the planet (Dr. William C. Meyers in Philadelphia) and it’s 100 percent fixable, which is the beauty of it, but he’s not even getting reevaluated until November." Ohio State's loaded with quality players on the defensive line, but this is a substantial loss for the Buckeyes, as he's one of the very best players in college football. We'll also have to see how this changes his draft stock, with many believing the defender is the favorite to be the first pick in next year's draft.
Sep 24 - 3:10 PM

Oregon HC Mario Cristobal confirmed that senior RB Taj Griffin intends to transfer.

This is going to be a common theme this week with the new redshirt/transfer rules. Griffin (5'11/178) has fallen out of the running back rotation, and since he didn't play in four games, he can transfer with a year of eligibility left. CJ Verdell, Tony Brooks-James and Darrian Felix will continue to split carries for the Ducks, with Verdell looking like he'll get the bulk of the carries going forward.
Sep 24 - 2:47 PM

Oklahoma State senior WR Jalen McCleskey will sit out the rest of the season and transfer at the end of the season.

Cowboys HC Mike Gundy told reporters that McCleskey (5'10/170) feels like he isn't getting the ball enough. Because he didn't play in four games, the wideout is able to transfer with eligibility left, and assuming he leaves with his degree, he won't have to sit out a year. After catching 73 passes as a sophomore, McCleskey has seen his roll regress, and Tylan Wallace has become the go-to passing option in the offense. This should lead to more targets for Dillon Stoner and Tyron Johnson going forward.
Sep 24 - 2:14 PM




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