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Washington WR Dante Pettis (ankle) does not plan on going through athletic testing during the school pro day on Saturday.

"These drills, there's a certain way to do them to get the fastest time, and it takes a lot of reps to get that technique down," Pettis said, explaining that he has not had enough time to get those reps in. The 6-foot-1, 192-pounder initially sustained his pesky ankle injury back in November. It kept him from testing at the combine. Pettis -- who claims that he can run a 4.37-second 40-yard dash when right -- still wants to run for NFL teams before the draft. While he has no plans to take part in athletic tests this weekend, he'll still be meeting with NFL teams in Seattle. Both the Rams and Buccaneers have already scheduled meetings with Pettis for Saturday.
Source: NFL.com
Mar 8 - 7:31 PM

FAU junior RB Devin Singletary carried the ball 25 times for 131 yards with three scores in a 56-36 loss to UCF on Friday.

"Motor" was actually better than his numbers suggest, as his yardage was affected by a few runs where he was hit deep in the backfield to hurt his yards-per-carry. Outside of those, Singletary was outstanding, and he showed his knack of finding paydirt when he put a pair of rushing attempts home for scores and another in the fourth. That’s eight touchdowns in two weeks for the junior, and 10 overall after scoring 32 in 2017. He’s a lot of fun. We’ll see him back on the field against Middle Tennessee State on September 29.
Sep 21 - 10:29 PM

UCF junior QB McKenzie Milton completed 21-of-32 passes for 306 passes with three touchdowns and ran for 81 yards and three scores in a 56-36 rout of Florida Atlantic on Friday.

In a battle of two sleeper Heisman Trophy candidates, it was Milton who came out ahead of Devin "Motor" Singletary; both on the scoreboard and statistically. The junior quarterback had a rough second quarter, but outside of that, he was accurate with the football, and untouchable when he put the ball in his own hands in the red zone. They’re the first three rushings cores for the 5-foot-11, 185-pound quarterback, and we don’t think they’ll be the last. We’ll see Milton back on the gridiron against Pitt on September 29.
Sep 21 - 10:28 PM

Illinois freshman QB M.J. Rivers is getting the start against Penn State on Friday.

A.J. Bush (hamstring) is unable to go for the second straight game due to a hamstring issue. Rivers played reasonably well in his start against USF; completing 20-of-29 passes for 168 yards, but he struggled to get the ball downfield and didn't throw for any touchdowns. This is going to be a very, very tough test for the freshman signal-caller.
Sep 21 - 8:47 PM

Illinois freshman QB M.J. Rivers is warming up with the first team ahead of Friday's contest against Penn State.

This makes it likely -- but not a lock -- that he's going to get the start. Senior quarterback M.J. Bush is dealing with a hamstring issue, and was considered questionable for Friday's contest against the Nittany Lions. We'll be sure to update you if/when we find out who the starter will be on Friday before kickoff.
Sep 21 - 8:41 PM

The investigation into the death of Maryland OL Jordan McNair has concluded that the training staff failed on several fronts to properly treat him during the May workout which led to his passing.

The report from Walters Inc. -- headed up by sports medicine consultant Rob Walters -- found that the training staff neither quickly diagnosed the symptoms of heatstroke, nor treated it properly. The time lapses described by the investigation are stark. There was a 36-minute gap between when McNair initially began to cramp up and when he was finally taken off the field and a gap of over an hour between his showing symptoms and 9-1-1 being called. Maryland HC D.J. Durkin remains on administrative leave and another investigation is expected -- this one into the culture of the football program -- before his future with the team is determined. Terps OC Matt Canada will continue to serve as acting head coach in his absence.
Sep 21 - 7:01 PM

Irish Illustrated's Tim Prister reports that "barring a chance of heart" Notre Dame redshirt sophomore QB Ian Book will draw the start against Wake Forest on Saturday.

All sorts of rumors of this variety were swirling on Thursday, with Irish HC Brian Kelly doing little to quash them in declining to name incumbent Brandon Wimbush starter outright. While Notre Dame is 3-0 on the young season, Wimbush has proven mostly incapable of sparking the offense. In his most serious spot of action last season, Book hit on 14-of-19 passes for 164 yards and a pair of touchdowns in helping to lead Notre Dame to a Citrus Bowl victory over LSU after he came on for the ineffective Wimbush. Should Book draw the start on Saturday as now appears to be likely, he'll be facing off with a Wake Forest defense which has struggled mightily to contain the pass this season.
Source: 247Sports
Sep 21 - 6:50 PM

Oklahoma State redshirt senior P Zach Sinor (sports hernia) will likely make his season debut in Saturday's showdown with Texas Tech.

Sinor (5'10/225) has been sidelined for the first three games of the campaign due to a sports hernia surgery which he underwent in early August. He's resumed punting in practice, and sounds as though he actually could have probably played in last Saturday's win over Boise State. While Sinor has been out of action, redshirt senior Matt Hockett has handled starting duties to this juncture, averaging 41.3 yards per boot. Sinor was at 43.1 yards per punt a year ago. Assuming no late setback, he figures to be out there against the Red Raiders this weekend.
Sep 21 - 5:50 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports that Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry will enter the 2019 NFL Draft.

No surprise if this one comes to pass, as Harry is viewed as one of the best receivers in the 2019 pool of draft-eligible players and is a likely Round 1 pick. You can expect to see a range of opinions when it comes to his pro potential during the evaluating season. Pauline, for one, voices concern over the overall athleticism level he's seen on film -- though he's been told that the wideout is expected to run well at the combine -- while The Draft Network's Benjamin Solack has questions regarding Harry's discipline in his routes, and his sometime-tendency to be pushed around by more physical corners. We can't wait to see Harry tango with Washington's Byron Murphy on Saturday.
Sep 21 - 5:19 PM

UCLA redshirt sophomore QB Devon Modster will transfer.

In his Twitter announcement, Modster (6'1/250) thanked former Bruins HC Jim Mora -- who recruited him -- for the opportunity he had been afforded. This is as logical a decision as you'll see. Setting aside Wilton Speight, who is a quarterbacking one-off, Modster has clearly fallen behind true freshman Dorian Thompson-Robinson in the eyes of the coaching staff. He's yet to attempt a pass this season, and that's even with Speight missing the last two games, both of which ended as blowouts. Modster did have one touch of time in the sun last season, when the former four-star recruit filled in for an injured Josh Rosen to throw for 671 yards with a 4/0 TD/INT ratio while seeing the field in five games.
Sep 21 - 4:17 PM

San Diego State junior RB Juwan Washington (toe) is expected to play in Saturday's game against Eastern Michigan.

Washington (5'7/190) is dealing with a bout of turf toe (on the left hoof) and was held out of practice early in the week, but Kirk Kenney of the San Diego Union-Tribune hears that the junior standout was able to practice during Thursday's closed session. Barring a late setback, he should be good to go versus EMU. Washington has stepped right up to replace Rashaad Penny without issue this season, rumbling for 452 yards (5.2 YPC) and five touchdowns through three games. He's topped 135 yards in every game this year, with two of those contests seeing him go off for more than 155 yards.
Sep 21 - 3:46 PM

Appalachian State and HC Scott Satterfield have agreed to a two-year contract extension.

This extension will keep Satterfield at the helm of the Appalachian State ship through the 2023 season should he stay on for the duration. Well deserved, this one. The Mountaineers have been the model of positive consistency since jumping up from the FCS. They've won back-to-back Sun Belt titles under Satterfield, with his teams posting a 42-23 record over the past three seasons. They've been even sharper in their last 47 games, going 37-10 over that stretch. The only other teams to have bettered his record in that space? Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Wisconsin.
Sep 21 - 3:04 PM




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