Latest Headlines

Georgia sophomore QB Jacob Eason will transfer.

Eason (6'5/235) did not specifically mention a preferred destination in his transfer tweet, but the Seattle Times' Adam Jude reported earlier this week that the Washington native would be returning to his home state to play for the Huskies. The sophomore gunslinger will have to sit out the 2018 season to satisfy NCAA transfer regulations and would have two years eligibility remaining come the start of the 2019 season. That timing works perfectly for Washington, as QB Jake Browning -- coming back for the fall -- will no longer be in the fold at that point. A former five-star recruit, Eason passed for 2,430 yards with a 16/8 TD/INT ratio as a true freshman in 2016. He began the 2017 campaign as starter, but a knee injury sustained in the season-opener forced true freshman Jake Fromm into action. Fromm proceeded to help lead the Bulldogs to the national championship game.
Jan 12 - 2:01 PM

Liberty junior WR Antonio Gandy-Golden was given a false positive on his initial mono diagnosis.

Gandy-Golden (6'4/220) missed October 13th's game against Troy due to illness that was originally believed to be mono after medical testing. After going through a second round of tests a couple days later, doctors learned the first test was a false positive. As time progressed, Gandy-Golden began to feel better, which led to him being cleared for Saturday's game against Idaho State. In that game, the stud receiver caught two long touchdowns on his way to a 10-142-2 receiving line. It is an odd story, but the good news is Gandy-Golden is back to dominating on the field.
Oct 21 - 3:11 PM

The latest AP Top 10: 1) Alabama, 2) Clemson, 3) Notre Dame, 4) LSU, 5) Michigan, 6) Texas, 7) Georgia, 8) Oklahoma, 9) Florida, and 10) Central Florida.

Ohio State (No. 11) dropped out of the Top 10 after losing to Purdue. The PAC-12 has five schools (Washington State 13, Washington 15, Oregon 19, Utah 23, Stanford 24) in the Top 25 but none in the top 10. Washington State was the biggest riser of the week after beating Oregon on Saturday. NC State (No. 22) dropped six spots after losing to Clemson by 34 points. The biggest news is Appalachian State cracking the Top 25. The Mountaineers' only loss was a close one on the road against Minnesota early in the season. They are a legit team.
Source: AP News
Oct 21 - 2:19 PM

Transferring Clemson senior QB Kelly Bryant will visit Missouri.

Bryant (6'3/225) will be in town next Saturday when Missouri hosts Kentucky. This comes after Bryant took visits to Arkansas and North Carolina, but the fit with Missouri makes a lot of sense. Missouri quarterback Drew Lock will be entering into the 2019 NFL Draft, so Bryant would be able to replace him right away. When Bryant makes up his mind, he has plans to enroll in January, which would give him plenty of time to learn a new system.
Source: The State
Oct 21 - 2:00 PM

LSU Athletic Director Joe Alleva has been talking to SEC officials to appeal junior LB Devin White's half-game suspension due to a targeting penalty called against Mississippi State.

White (6'0/240) is set to miss the first half of next week's extremely important game against No. 1 Alabama, so LSU officials are trying to do everything they can to appeal the suspension. While it's worth trying since he's such a talented player, it's an uphill that the SEC overturns the call since there isn't an appeals process set up. Alabama will be rightfully upset if the SEC overturns the call.
Oct 21 - 1:28 PM

Purdue redshirt senior RB D.J. Knox was named the Walter Camp Player of the Week for his performance against Ohio State.

Knox (5'7/210) and the Boilermakers upset the No. 2 Buckeyes in front of their home crowd. The redshirt senior scored three touchdowns and ran for 128 yards on just 16 carries. His 8.0 yard per carry and true freshman RonDale Moore were the two main reasons Purdue came out on top. In total, Knox has eight touchdowns, but rushing touchdowns will be hard to get against Michigan State's stout rushing defense.
Oct 21 - 1:12 PM

CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports there is a "very strong sentiment" that Oregon junior QB Justin Herbert will stay in school for his senior season in 2019.

Several NFL scouts have spoken with Herberts' contacts and friends who said they would be "very surprised" if he decided to go pro this spring. This report coincidentally comes after two of Herbert's worst games on the season. He's viewed as the QB1 of this class by most draft scouts and would likely be a top-5 selection if he decides to declare. Herbert remaining at Oregon for 2019 would provide a huge boost to the team's title chances next season.
Source: CBS Sports
Oct 21 - 10:53 AM

UCLA freshman QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson (undisclosed) completed 5-of-8 passes for 103 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions in Saturday's 31-30 win against Arizona, but he exited with an undisclosed injury.

HC Chip Kelly said after the game that he didn't know what Thompson-Robinson's injury was but that he wasn't available in the second half. Opening game starter Wilson Speight took the reins and led the Bruins to the one-point win, their second consecutive successful weekend after an 0-5 start. It's uncertain who will be Kelly's starting signal caller on Friday night when Utah pays a visit.
Oct 21 - 2:20 AM

Utah junior QB Tyler Huntley completed 22-of-29 passes for 341 yards and four touchdowns in Saturday's 41-24 win over USC.

The 341 passing yards and four passing touchdown tied career highs. Huntley also ran for 33 yards and a touchdown to put the cherry on top of a great performance where he averaged 11.75 yards per pass attempt. The Trojans had zero answers defensively, and the game was essentially over when J.T. Daniels (concussion) left the game. Utah now moves into first place in the PAC 12 South, but they need to take care of business against UCLA next week to keep it that way.
Oct 21 - 12:05 AM

Washington State senior QB Gardner Minshew completed 39-of-51 passes for 323 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions in Saturday's 34-20 win over Oregon.

The day in Pullman began in raucous fashion with College Gameday and it ended with Minshew playing up to the moment. Outside of a somewhat wobbly third quarter, he and his Cougar teammates were locked in throughout. He capped the game off with a 22-yard touchdown pass down the middle to Dezmon Patmon with just under four minutes remaining to put Wazzu up by 14 points, essentially icing any chance of a comeback barring strange happening. Minshew has now thrown at least three touchdown passes in every game this season save for one. The Cougars will look to improve to 7-1 on the campaign when they play Stanford next weekend.
Oct 20 - 11:59 PM

Purdue redshirt senior RB D.J. Knox ran for 128 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries in a 49-20 crushing of Ohio State on Saturday.

Knox (5'7/210) has been sensational as of late, and he followed his 150 yard effort against Illinois with one of his best efforts against the No.2 team in the country. The three touchdowns give him eight on the season, and five in the last three games for the senior. Knox will face one of the toughest run defenses in the country in Michigan State, but the way the Boilermakers are playing, they have a great chance of moving the ball again next Saturday.
Oct 20 - 11:32 PM

Purdue freshman WR Rondale Moore caught 12 passes for 170 yards with two touchdowns and ran for 24 yards in a 49-20 blowout upset victory over Ohio State on Saturday.

Wow. Moore put on a show on Saturday, showing that he's capable of competing -- and beating -- the very best. The 5-foot-9, 175-pound wideout turned several short catches into long plays, and he has his third double-digit catch game of his career already. This is a star, folks. Plain and simple. Moore will have a chance to continue his impressive freshman campaign next Saturday against Michigan State.
Oct 20 - 11:26 PM




Highest Searched Players over the last 7 days


Video Center

  •  
    Player News: Week 7

    Player News: Week 7
  •  
    Matchups: Week 7

    Matchups: Week 7
  •  
    Dose: Broncos Destroy Cards

    Dose: Broncos Destroy Cards
  •  
    DFS Analysis: Hopkins, Mixon

    DFS Analysis: Hopkins, Mixon
  •  
    Dose: Hilton expected back

    Dose: Hilton expected back
  •  
    Digging for a Trade?

    Digging for a Trade?
  •  
    Dose: Freeman to IR

    Dose: Freeman to IR
  •  
    Dose: Rodgers plays hero again

    Dose: Rodgers plays hero again