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Hawaii redshirt senior WR Dylan Collie transferred to BYU as a graduate.

Collie (5'10/175) had been deciding between a move to either BYU or Vanderbilt. The Cougars make for a familiar choice, here, as he actually initially signed on with the program out of high school in 2012 before later transferring to the islands. This past season with Hawaii, Collie grabbed 56 passes for 636 yards and a quartet of touchdowns. He figures to make an immediate impact at BYU as a graduate transfer. The team could use all the offensive help it can get after finishing as one of the nation's worst units for the 2017 season.
Mar 10 - 12:20 PM

Ole Miss junior T Gregory Little declared for the 2019 NFL Draft.

Little (6'6/325) was viewed as one of the best tackle prospects in the class coming into the year, and he didn't do much to change that opinion. He's considered a strong athlete, and reports have indicated that he's made improvements with his footwork and technique to help as a pass-blocker in 2018. He'll have to test well in order to be so, but Little profiles as a first-round pick, with a decent chance of being the first tackle off the board in 2019.
Dec 10 - 2:22 PM

Oklahoma redshirt junior QB Kyler Murray was named a first-team Associated Press All-American on Monday.

It's not as good as the Heisman Trophy -- what is? -- but this is another nice honor for the quarterback. Ten players were elected first-team players from teams that will be playing in the College Football Playoff, and Alabama led all teams with six players selected over the three different levels. The full list of selections can be viewed in the link below.
Source: ESPN
Dec 10 - 12:31 PM

Georgia received a verbal commitment from five-star 2019 C Clay Webb.

Webb made the decision on Monday, picking the Bulldogs over Alabama, Auburn and Clemson. It's a tremendous get for the Bulldogs, as Webb ranks as the top center in the class, and ranks 22nd overall in 247 Sports composite rankings. You can't guarantee young players playing immediately, but reports indicate that the 6-foot-3, 295-pound center could be ready to roll immediately. Georgia has the third ranked class in the country now according to 247 Sports, and there are several more big-name players considering the Bulldogs.
Dec 10 - 11:12 AM

Missouri redshirt sophomore DE Tre Williams has been suspended after being arrested for suspicion of second-degree domestic assault.

Williams was arrested at his off-campus apartment, but the specifics of the charges have yet to be released. It's considered a Class D felony in the state of Missouri, and Williams was released after paying a $4,500 bond. ""We were made aware of the situation yesterday, and Tre was immediately suspended indefinitely from all team activities," Missouri head coach Barry Odom said in a released statement.
Dec 10 - 10:58 AM

Auburn hired Memphis OC Kenny Dillingham to serve in the same capacity.

Dillingham is replacing Chip Lindsay, who was hired to be the new offensive coordinator at Les Miles at Kansas. The 29-year-old has just one year of being a coordinator, as he was elevated to the position in 2018 when Darrell Dickey left for TExas A&M. Before joining Memphis, Dillingham spent time at Arizona State, working with tight ends.
Source: ESPN
Dec 10 - 10:54 AM

Michigan junior QB Shea Patterson has not made a decision regarding his NFL future.

Patterson is draft-eligible and could bounce with the 2019 QB class thought of as weak, but Patterson isn't considered a high draft pick, so a return to school is certainly possible. Patterson did commit to playing in Michigan's bowl game against Georgia and so did Chase Winovich. Perhaps his performance in the bowl game will dictate his decision, but Patterson has plans to talk to Harbaugh before a final decision is made.
Dec 9 - 6:06 PM

Ole Miss hired former Colorado HC Mike MacIntyre as defensive coordinator.

It's a three-year deal worth $1.5 million per season. This is not too surprising of a landing spot considering MacIntyre spent four seasons at Ole Miss as an assistant from 1999 to 2002. MacIntyre's defenses at Colorado have ranked 68th, 74th, and 20th in points allowed in the last three seasons and any of those rankings would be an improvement to Ole Miss' 115th ranking this year. MacIntyre is a former AP Coach of the Year (2016), so this is a big hire for the Rebels.
Dec 9 - 5:56 PM

Colorado sophomore WR Laviska Shenault (toe) underwent surgery.

Shenault (6'2/220) battled a turf toe injury for the second half of the 2018 season, but he was in visible discomfort after returning from missed games. The surgery will keep Shenault out of spring football, but he will have plenty of time to recover for the 2019 season. When healthy, Shenault is one of the most dynamic players in the country. Shenault is a candidate to be the No. 1 receiver in the 2020 draft class.
Dec 9 - 5:39 PM

Utah State re-hired Gary Andersen as head coach.

Andersen was Utah State's head coach from 2009 to 2012 and was named the Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2012 after leading the Aggies to an 11-2 record. Since that season, Andersen has coached at Wisconsin, Oregon State, and Utah. Utah State AD John Hartwell said Andersen's knowledge of the program is "unparalleled" and they are confident that Andersen will bring continued growth to Utah State, who is playing North Texas in the New Mexico Bowl next week.
Dec 9 - 5:30 PM

TCU sophomore QB Shawn Robinson will transfer according to 247 Sports' sources.

Robinson (6'2/228) had a rough season for the Horned Frogs and it ended with Robinson undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery. In seven games this season, Robinson tossed nine touchdowns with eight interceptions, but Robinson has some talent if he can put it all together. Perhaps a new coaching staff can help him develop, but he will not be eligible to play in games for one season. With Robinson heading out, Justin Rogers and Michael Collins will compete for the starting quarterback spot this offseason.
Source: 247 Sports
Dec 9 - 5:17 PM

Iowa State has extended HC Matt Campbell through the 2024 season.

CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reported that Campbell was a "potential head-coaching candidate" for the NFL, so this is very good day for the Cyclones. Campbell not only gets a new contract for himself, but Iowa State has agreed to give the assistant coaching staff an additional $1 million. In 2018, the Cyclones are 8-4 with Washington State up next in the Alamo Bowl. A win over the Cougars would give Campbell his first nine-win season at Iowa State.
Dec 9 - 3:32 PM




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