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Sports Illustrated's Bruce Feldman reports that Stanford redshirt sophomore QB K.J. Costello (hip) is "expected to be held out of full drills" during spring practice.

Just when Costello sustained this hip injury is unclear, but it sounds like he'll be limited to major degree this spring. There is no immediate timetable for his return to full health. This past season, the 6-foot-4, 216-pounder provided a breath of fresh air for the Cardinal after taking over midway through the campaign for an ineffective Keller Chryst. Costello would finish the year hot hot hot, tossing 10 of his 14 total touchdown passes on the season over his final four games. Chryst has since announced that he will transfer, leaving sophomore Davis Mills and junior Jack Richardson to fill in during spring work while Costello is on the mend.
Feb 14 - 12:21 PM

Tulane extended HC Willie Fritz through the 2023 season.

A little two-year extension for Fritz, here. While he has yet to find his groove with the Green Wave, this makes for a nice show of support from the athletic department. Fritz took over as head coach in December of 2015. In his first two seasons at the helm of the ship, the program's turned in a 9-15 record. It fell just short of bowl eligibility last season.
Source: ESPN.com
May 22 - 4:57 PM

Rivals' Ira Schoffel reports that Florida State has suspended redshirt sophomore T Josh Ball for accusations of dating violence.

Per Schoffel, the decision to suspend Ball was reached by an FSU judiciary panel. This suspension stems from allegations made by Sandra Sellers, a former girlfriend who filed for a protective injunction last September in which she alleged that Ball was a "violent person." There were 11 alleged incidents cited in that injunction. Just how long Ball's suspension will last is not clear at this juncture, but should it stretch into August and beyond, Seminoles HC Willie Taggart and staff will have to begin sorting through alternate starting options at left tackle (Ball started the final nine contests of the 2017 season). Jauan Williams, Mike Arnold and Derrick Kelly are all candidates to fill in for Ball should he be sidelined for long.
Source: Rivals
May 22 - 11:10 AM

Penn State received a verbal commitment from five-star 2019 LB Brandon Smith.

Smith has been considered a lean for the Nittany Lions for some time, but now it's official -- or as official as it can get with a verbal commitment, anyway. The 6-foot-4, 223-pound linebacker was also considering Clemson, Ohio State, Texas A&M and several other big-name schools. It's a huge get for the Nittany Lions already strong class, as he ranks as the number two inside linebacker on 247 Sports composite rankings, and 32nd overall. This could be an immediate contributor for James Franklin and company when he enrolls at some point in 2019.
Source: Land Of 10
May 21 - 5:58 PM

Clemson sophomore QB Hunter Johnson will transfer.

Johnson was considered one of the top prospects in the 2017 class at the quarterback position, but the arrival of five-star signal-caller Trevor Lawrence and the presence of incumbent starter Kelly Bryant made it difficult to project Johnson becoming a starter for the Tigers anytime soon. In limited playing time, he completed 77 percent of his passes for 234 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. Expect plenty of schools to have interest in the 6-foot-3, 200-pound quarterback, as he offers big-time upside at the position. Assuming Johnson transfers to an FBS school, he'll have to sit out the 2018 season -- assuming he doesn't receive clearance from the NCAA to play immediately.
Source: The State
May 21 - 11:10 AM

Redshirt junior G Dallas Warmack is transferring from Alabama to Oregon.

Warmack (6'2/313) was rumored to be heading to Oregon as soon as he announced his decision to transfer earlier in May, but now it's official. Because he's transferring as a graduate, he'll be immediately eligible to play for the Ducks, and will also have two years of eligibility. He's the brother of Chance Warmack, a former first-round pick of the Tennessee Titans back in 2013.
May 20 - 11:34 AM

Nebraska junior C Michael Decker announced that he's stepping away from football.

It's effectively a "retirement" for Decker, who started five games at center for Nebraska in 2017. The 6-foot-4, 305-pound lineman was sidelined with a knee injury in October, and Decker announced on Twitter that he could "no longer [accommodate] football's commitments." Cole Conrad and Hunter Miller are the most likely candidates to start at center for the Cornhuskers in 2018.
May 20 - 10:59 AM

A USC spokesperson has confirmed that junior CB Jack Jones will not be eligible to participate in the upcoming season.

While this spokesperson did not offer a reason for Jones' ineligibility, Adam Maya of Rivals reported on Friday that it was due to a failure to make the cut academically. The 5-foot-11, 175-pounder did not take part in spring practice while attempting to shore up his studies. With Jones ineligible, the Trojans will have to lean all the harder on the likes of Iman Marshall and Isaiah Langley during the upcoming season, but USC is set up well to handle the loss in terms of their depth at the position on the whole. Indeed, corner might be the deepest position on the entire team.
May 19 - 2:00 PM

Penn State received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 RB Devyn Ford.

Ford (5'11/185) was also considering Virginia Tech, but no dice for the Hokies. Penn State has done a fantastic job recruiting strong running back prospects of late. Saquon Barkley might be gone from Happy Valley, but current backs Miles Sanders and Ricky Slade were both high four-star recruits in the 2016 and 2018 classes, respectively. For his part, Ford ranks as Rivals' No. 9 overall prospect in the 2019 cycle. He's got the vision of a wizard on the field, as well as all the speed and agility you want to see from a top running back recruit. Like departed program star Barkley, Ford has plus pass-catching chops out of the backfield.
May 18 - 6:22 PM

The Cincinnati Enquirer's Tom Groeschen reports that Ohio State redshirt junior QB Joe Burrow is transferring to LSU.

Per Groeschen, Burrow's decision came down to Cincinnati or LSU. He visited North Carolina earlier this week, but the Tar Heels apparently failed to make the cut for the ultimate decision. The 6-foot-3, 216-pounder's choice of LSU makes complete sense, as the program's spring quarterbacks competition between Myles Brennan, Lowell Narcisse and Joe McMillan saw no clear frontrunner emerge. Even with the publicity surrounding this transfer, it's important to keep in mind that we saw very, very little of Burrow at Ohio State outside of occasional mop-up duty, so it should not automatically be assumed that he'll be a lock starter with his new team. We expect a competitive camp from all involved in what figures to be a adventuresome year for the program now that Leonard Fournette and Derrius Guice are no longer on campus to carry the offensive load.
May 18 - 5:01 PM

Alabama received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 DT Antonio Alfano.

Alfano (6'4/285) had winnowed the field down to Alabama, Georgia and Penn State, with Nick Saban getting the last laugh. One of the Crimson Tide's top recruiting targets in the 2019 class, the Colonia, New Jersey, native ranks as Rivals' No. 124 overall prospect for the cycle. An idea of the kind of athletic talent the defending champs now have in their corner -- his athletic testing numbers at The Opening last summer were comparable (and in some cases, better) than those posted by eventual Michigan signee Rashan Gary. Entering his junior season, Gary is a potential top-five pick for next spring's draft. While we had minor questions about Alabama's 2018 recruiting class, they're off to a relentless start to the current cycle. On the Rivals team rankings board, Saban's crew currently sits at No. 2, trailing only Oklahoma. While the Tide have yet to secure a five-star prospect, they've already received commitments from a whopping 10 four-star recruits.
Source: Rivals
May 18 - 3:36 PM

Georgia sophomore QB Jake Fromm was briefly hospitalized on Thursday after snagging himself in the left leg with a fishhook.

Nothing too serious here. Fromm -- an accomplished angler -- was fishing with fellow UGA student Jordan Rowe on Thursday when his misadventure with the hook took place. He subsequently had the impediment removed at the hospital. The sophomore signal-caller should be ready to hit August camp in full health in two month's time. As far as offseason tomfoolery goes, this is a pretty lightweight case. Nothing compared to what HC Kirby Smart had to deal with two summers ago, when Sony Michel sustained a broken arm in a Fourth of July ATV crash. Kids will be kids.
May 18 - 1:59 PM




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