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UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen (concussion) has been cleared to play in Saturday's game against Arizona State.

Rosen suffered his head injury a few weeks ago against Washington. He didn't travel with the team to last week's loss at Utah. Earlier this week, Rosen said that he'll play in the bowl game if UCLA qualifies. To do so, the 4-5 Bruins have to win at least two of the final three games against Arizona State, USC and California.
Fri, Nov 10, 2017 05:30:00 PM

Pitt redshirt sophomore C Jimmy Morrissey will miss the remainder of the season with an ankle injury.

Morrissey suffered the injury on Pitt’s final touchdown against Wake Forest on Saturday when he got twisted up amid a scrum of big uglies. Morrissey underwent surgery Monday. In so doing, he became Pitt’s third starter lost for the year. He joins ILB Quintin Wirginis and DT Keyshon Camp. Pitt redshirt freshman Owen Drexel is listed as the second-team center on the depth chart.
Nov 20 - 1:29 PM

The Athletic's Dane Brugler reports that Florida State junior CB Levonta Taylor plans to return to school for his senior season.

In other words, Taylor is strongly leaning towards not declaring for the 2019 NFL Draft. Per Brugler, Taylor suffered a stress fracture in his back during fall camp. The injury went undetected until it was revealed in an MRI a few weeks ago. "That helps explain why he didn't look as explosive as his sophomore year film," Brugler wrote. "Big time talent when healthy." Brugler's colleague Bruce Feldman placed Taylor on his annual "freak list" over the summer. Taylor reportedly runs a 4.3 second 40-yard dash with a 40-inch vertical jump.
Nov 20 - 1:11 PM

Transferring former Clemson senior QB Kelly Bryant has canceled a scheduled visit to Miami on November 23 and will instead visit Auburn sometime next week.

The date of the Auburn visit has yet to be decided upon. With Bryant canceling his visit to the Hurricanes so soon before his scheduled transfer destination announcement on December 4, we can basically cross Miami off of his list. As it stands now, this is a five-horse race to land Bryant: North Carolina, Missouri, Arkansas, Auburn and Mississippi State. Bryant will be eligible to play in 2019 as a grad transfer.
Source: 247Sports
Nov 20 - 12:14 PM

Wyoming redshirt freshman QB Tyler Vander Waal will start Saturday's game against New Mexico.

The book appeared to be in on Vander Waal's 2018 season earlier this month after he'd been benched for freshman QB Sean Chambers. But with Chambers out for the season after undergoing surgery on a fractured ankle, Vander Waal has returned to the spotlight. Last week when Chambers went down against Air Force, Vander Waal came in off the bench to lead a furious comeback, throwing for 225 yards and accounting for four touchdowns in sum.
Nov 20 - 11:58 AM

ESPN's Edward Aschoff and Sam Khan Jr. report that Ed Oliver is likely to play on Friday against Memphis.

The report comes from a source close to Oliver to Aschoff and Khan Jr. Oliver has missed the last four games since suffering a knee injury against Navy, and the defensive tackle was in the news after he and Major Applewhite got in a skirmish over jackets. Yep. Jackets. The 2017 Outland Trophy winner will be a big return for the Cougars in what looks to be one of the final appearances for the future first-round pick in a Houston uniform.
Source: ESPN
Nov 19 - 9:31 PM

Michigan senior RB Karan Higdon guaranteed that Michigan would beat Ohio State on Saturday.

"Yeah, I do," Higdon said when asked if he guaranteed the victory, in a video by Toledo Blade writer Kyle Rowland. "That how I feel. I believe firmly in my brothers, and this team, and this coaching staff, and as a captain, I’ll take that stand. Why not?" Higdon and the Wolverines are a couple of wins from the playoffs, and one of the reasons for that is Higdon, who is over a thousand yards with 10 touchdowns in 2018. They haven't beaten the Buckeyes since 2018, however, and with the game in Columbus, it might not be as easy as Higdon thinks.
Nov 19 - 5:25 PM

Alabama sophomore Tua Tagovailoa, West Virginia senior Will Grier and Oklahoma redshirt junior Kyler Murray are the three finalists for the Maxwell Trophy.

No Dwayne Haskins and no Garner Minshew, but it's tough to argue with these three finalists. Tagovailoa and Murray should be considered the favorites, as they're also the favorites right now for the Heisman Trophy. The Maxwell Award goes to the best overall player in the groups' eyes. Baker Mayfield won the award in 2018.
Nov 19 - 4:31 PM

Mississippi State received a verbal commitment from four-star JUCO 2019 RB Kareem Walker.

If Walker's name sounds familiar and you're not a recruiting buff, you might remember that Walker was once a player at Michigan before leaving with academic issues. He spent 2018 with Fort Scott Community College in Kansas. He's rated the fourth best running back in the junior college ranks by 247 Sports, and he'll have two years of eligibility when he transfers to the Bulldogs; likely this winter.
Nov 19 - 3:59 PM

Jon Lenyard of The Draft Network reports that Vanderbilt TE Jared Pinkney will enter the 2019 NFL Draft.

Pinkney has had an excellent 2018 campaign, picking up 41 receptions for 658 yards and scoring six touchdowns for the Commodores. He's seen his draft stock rise with analysts lately, and a recent report by Mel Kiper Jr. suggested he could be the first tight end to come off the board. At 6-foot-4, 255-pounds, Pinkney will assuredly be scouted heavy, and anyone looking for a red-zone threat could snap him up before the end of Day 2.
Nov 19 - 3:45 PM

Arkansas senior cornerback Ryan Pulley has been suspended for Friday's game against Missouri.

Pulley and starting safety Kamren Purl have been suspended for "conduct that isn't acceptable" according to Arkansas head coach Chad Morris. Both were seen socializing and taking pictures with members of the Mississippi State dance team during Arkansas's loss to the Bulldogs on Saturday. Pulley has started nine games this year, and redshirt freshman Montaric Brown will likely start in his place.
Nov 19 - 3:02 PM

Washington received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 DT Faatui Tuitele.

Tuitele (6'4/299) is a considerable get for Washington, as he picks the Huskies over a top five that also had Ohio State, Clemson, Alabama and Texas. He's ranked the 40th best player on ESPN's top 300, and the fourth best defensive tackle. He joins highly-recruited DT Jacob Bandes as four-star DT commits, as the Huskies will be losing Greg Gaines and a few other interior players. Washington's class now ranks 17th on 247 Sports list, with several other high-profile players still in play for Chris Petersen and company.
Source: ESPN
Nov 19 - 2:56 PM




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