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Rutgers redshirt senior pass rusher Kemoko Turay was invited the NFLPA Bowl.

We're going to keep a close watch on Turay's process. The 6-foot-5, 252-pounder earned a Freshman All-American nod by posting seven sacks, 8.5 TFL and three blocked kicks back in 2014, showing explosion off the edge along with his obvious length. Since then, he’s more or less disappeared statistically, posting only 5.5 sacks total since the beginning of 2015. Turay could really help himself with a big pre-draft process showing.
Tue, Nov 14, 2017 04:09:00 PM

Ohio State junior DE Nick Bosa (abdomen) won't play in Saturday's game at Penn State.

HC Urban Meyer ruled Bosa out on Monday. Bosa, the Big Ten's reigning defensive lineman of the year and an All-American, will miss a few more weeks. He was injured against TCU the Saturday before last and subsequently underwent surgery. Bosa is a top-five overall NFL prospect and a 1.1 candidate.
Source: ESPN
Sep 24 - 1:57 PM

Buffalo redshirt senior WR Anthony Johnson says he'll be fine after he did not play in the second half of Saturday's game against Rutgers following a tweaked hamstring.

"Thank you, I’m good," he tweeted to a fan who wrote "Hope your hamstrings doing better." Johnson caught two passes for 101 yards and a touchdown in the first half of the 42-13 demolition of Rutgers before he hit the showers. We'll update you on his status later this week ahead of Saturday's crucial tilt with Army. Johnson is one of the five-best NFL receiving prospects in the nation.
Sep 24 - 1:45 PM

Virginia Tech redshirt sophomore QB Josh Jackson will undergo surgery on Tuesday to repair a broken left fibula.

He suffered the injury in Saturday's devastating 49-35 loss to Old Dominion. At the time he went down early in the fourth quarter, the game was tied 28-28. Per HC Justin Fuente, Jackson could return "maybe at the end of the year, maybe not," which sounds a bit ominous. Ryan Willis will get the first opportunity to replace him. Also keep an eye out for redshirt freshman Hendon Hooker, who could take over if Willis struggles.
Sep 24 - 1:12 PM

Northwestern sophomore RB Jeremy Larkin retired from football due to a diagnosis of cervical stenosis.

The condition is not life threatening, per Northwestern's news release, but it prevents participation in football. Cervical stenosis refers to when the protective spinal canal narrows due to degenerative changes or trauma. This type of spinal cord compression can lead to major health issues, so good for Larkin for abruptly walking away. That doesn't mean this news isn't profoundly sad. A four-star prospect, the multi-faceted Larkin had already piled up 346 rushing yards, 19 catches for 127 yards, and five total touchdowns in three games this year after taking over Justin Jackson's old post. Larkin's backup, John Moten IV, is likely to ascend to starting duties.
Sep 24 - 12:42 PM

Notre Dame junior RB Dexter Williams is expected to return from suspension this week against Stanford.

Williams sat out the team's first four games with an undisclosed suspension. HC Brian Kelly, who was closed-lipped about the suspension previously, said Sunday that Williams will return Saturday barring a slip-up this week. Williams will enter a compelling running back committee that already features Tony Jones Jr. and Jafar Armstrong. On 39 carries last year, Williams averaged 9.2 yards per carry, with 17 going for a first down. He's posted 641 career rushing yards and eight touchdowns on 99 carries.
Source: ESPN
Sep 24 - 12:31 PM

Southern Miss senior RB George Payne retired with a career-ending injury.

Payne missed the entirety of the 2015 and 2017 seasons with various injuries, and he'd not appeared in any games this year either. He rushed for a career 940 yards and nine touchdowns in three seasons. This leaves Southern Miss thin at running back. Fellow senior running back T'Rod Daniels announced his intent to transfer last week. Behind Tez Parks, the Golden Eagles will continue to rely heavily on Steven Anderson and Trivenskey Mosley.
Sep 24 - 12:22 PM

Miami redshirt freshman QB N’Kosi Perry took first-team snaps in Monday's practice.

Perry came on for a benched Malik Rosier to complete 17-of-25 passes for 224 yards and three touchdowns in Saturday's 31-17 victory over Florida International. Rosier's continued struggles have put an expiration date on his reign as starter. It appears very likely that Perry takes over the wheels of the offense on Thursday against North Carolina. That won't be official until it's official, however, so stay tuned for updates. Perry, ESPN's No. 84 overall recruit for the 2017 cycle, drew comps to Lamar Jackson coming out of high school.
Sep 24 - 12:11 PM

Arkansas senior WR Jonathan Nance will transfer in January.

Another player smartly taking advantage of the NCAA's new transfer rule. Nance came into this season as the SEC's returning leader in career catch rate on deep passes, per PFF. But he never got his footing with the new staff, recording one catch for -2 yards in sporadic playing time over four games. By pulling the plug now, he automatically qualifies for a redshirt under the new rule. And by graduating prior to next year, he'll be able to play wherever he likes next year without sitting. The 6-foot, 182-pounder turned in a 37-539-5 receiving line across 11 games played last year.
Sep 24 - 12:00 PM

Clemson freshman QB Trevor Lawrence will start Saturday against Syracuse.

The Tigers announced the news on Monday morning. Lawrence will take over for Kelly Bryant in a situation eerily similar to the Jalen Hurts-Tua Tagovailoa affair last year (only Clemson isn't waiting until halftime of the title game to make the switch). HC Dabo Swinney says Bryant will likely still play, but we're here to tell you that that'll only happen in specific short-yardage sub-packages. Lawrence is so clearly superior to Bryant that handicappers in Vegas have suggested the upgrade is worth upwards of seven points on the spread. Here's the cliff note's takeaway: With Kelly Bryant, Clemson is not a threat to beat Alabama in the playoff. With Lawrence, they are. Game on.
Sep 24 - 11:34 AM

Wake Forest has relieved defensive coordinator Jay Sawvel of his duties.

Sawvel was released just one day after his defense gave up 56 points to Notre Dame. The Demon Deacons are averaging 33.5 point per game allowed (107th in the nation) through four games. The rest of the Wake Forest defensive coaching staff is still being worked out. Next week, Wake Forest will host Rice and the defense might have a new life with the change.
Sep 23 - 4:21 PM

The AP Poll released on September 23rd has Kentucky ranked No. 17 and Texas ranked No. 18.

Kentucky (4-0) had a big win on Saturday as they beat Mississippi State 28-7 behind Benny Snell's huge running game. The Wildcats were unranked before the weekend. The other new top 25 teams are No. 18 Texas (are they back?), No. 22 Duke, No. 24 Cal, and No. 25 Texas Tech. The top ten teams remain the same, but LSU/OU and PSU/AUB switched spots with the former leaping the latter.
Sep 23 - 2:18 PM




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