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One NFL scout spoke with Ed Valentine, saying Oregon T Tyrell Crosby "has the best lateral moves on the planet."

In fact, the same scout elicited Walter Jones' name when mentioning Crosby's trap blocking. This didn't show up in his NFL Combine workout, as Crosby's 3-cone and short shuttle numbers were average. It might not always look pretty, but Crosby consistently accomplishes his assignment. A round two or three selection is expected.
Mar 13 - 9:34 AM

Michigan State senior RB LJ Scott (leg) is likely to return on Saturday against Central Michigan.

Scott, who missed Saturday's win over Indiana, is listed as the starter on the depth chart for the CMU game. Scott suffered his leg injury in the Week 2 loss at Arizona State. His expected return is great news for MSU, which has struggled to run the football without him. Sparty ranks No. 13 in the B1G with just 119.7 rushing yards per game. We'd only add that HC Mark Dantonio is remaining coy about his status for now. When asked if Scott was day-to-day or expected to play, Dantonio said: "Probably a little of both."
Sep 25 - 1:39 PM

The Prince George County State’s Attorney’s Office is seeking the full, unredacted report on the death of former Maryland OL Jordan McNair to determine whether criminal charges are warranted.

"We will be requesting a full, un-redacted version of the Walters Report and will begin reviewing all circumstances surrounding Jordan McNair’s death for potential criminal charges," a state’s attorney spokesperson told USA Today. McNair collapsed during a May 29 practice and died June 13. Terps head athletic trainer Wes Robinson yelled at McNair "to get the (expletive) up" and three Terp players interviewed by investigators described how Robinson ordered staff members to drag McNair across the field. The report stated that Robinson and other trainers on site were responsible for a "failure to identify escalating symptoms" for heat stroke. Erzen said it's too early to speculate if charges could be pursued against Maryland staff members.
Source: USA Today
Sep 25 - 1:23 PM

San Diego State junior RB Juwan Washington (collarbone) is expected to miss six weeks with a fractured clavicle.

A team official confirmed that Washington suffered the injury in Saturday night’s overtime win over Eastern Michigan. He was replaced by sophomore Chase Jasmin, who'll take over starter duties following the bye this week. Washington's injury officially ends SDSU’s steak of 2,000-yard running backs at two (D.J. Pumphrey and Rashaad Penny). If there's a silver lining for Aztec fans, it's that Washington confirmed to reporters that he "definitely" will be returning to campus for his senior year. Through four games, Washington has 513 yards (5.2 ypc) and five touchdowns on 99 carries.
Sep 25 - 12:19 PM

Ohio State junior DE Nick Bosa (abdomen) will not play until November according to his father, John Bosa.

Bosa was ruled out for Penn State on Saturday with the injury, but it sounds like we're not going to be seeing the All-American back on the field for several more weeks. "Nick had major surgery," Bosa told Ari Wasserman of The Athletic. "Now, he had surgery with the best surgeon for the core on the planet (Dr. William C. Meyers in Philadelphia) and it’s 100 percent fixable, which is the beauty of it, but he’s not even getting reevaluated until November." Ohio State's loaded with quality players on the defensive line, but this is a substantial loss for the Buckeyes, as he's one of the very best players in college football. We'll also have to see how this changes his draft stock, with many believing the defender is the favorite to be the first pick in next year's draft.
Sep 24 - 3:10 PM

Oregon HC Mario Cristobal confirmed that senior RB Taj Griffin intends to transfer.

This is going to be a common theme this week with the new redshirt/transfer rules. Griffin (5'11/178) has fallen out of the running back rotation, and since he didn't play in four games, he can transfer with a year of eligibility left. CJ Verdell, Tony Brooks-James and Darrian Felix will continue to split carries for the Ducks, with Verdell looking like he'll get the bulk of the carries going forward.
Sep 24 - 2:47 PM

Oklahoma State senior WR Jalen McCleskey will sit out the rest of the season and transfer at the end of the season.

Cowboys HC Mike Gundy told reporters that McCleskey (5'10/170) feels like he isn't getting the ball enough. Because he didn't play in four games, the wideout is able to transfer with eligibility left, and assuming he leaves with his degree, he won't have to sit out a year. After catching 73 passes as a sophomore, McCleskey has seen his roll regress, and Tylan Wallace has become the go-to passing option in the offense. This should lead to more targets for Dillon Stoner and Tyron Johnson going forward.
Sep 24 - 2:14 PM

Tennessee HC Jeremy Pruitt says that he and junior LB Quart'e Sapp met Sunday and buried the hatchet over the he-said, he-said situation that unfolded Saturday.

During the Vols' 47-21 loss to Florida on Saturday, Sapp left the sideline. After the game, Pruitt told reporters that Sapp refused to enter the game and was sent to the locker room. Sapp denied Pruitt's allegation on Sunday. "I never was asked nor did I ever refuse to go into the game," Sapp wrote on Twitter. "There was a sideline confrontation (I'm sure will be resolved internally) that occurred and the other party involved had to be restrained." It's unclear who he's referring to. Either way, Sapp remains with the team and is listed as a second-string linebacker on the depth chart. Tennessee travels to Georgia on Saturday.
Source: ESPN
Sep 24 - 2:08 PM

Louisville HC Bobby Petrino lists redshirt freshman QB Malik Cunningham and sophomore QB Juwan "Puma" Pass as co-starters for Saturday's game against Florida State.

Cunningham and Pass both played against Virginia, and they both were ineffective in the blowout loss to the Cavaliers last Saturday. Pass was the more effective thrower, but Cunningham is the more dynamic player with the ability to make plays with his legs and feet. Don't be surprised if Pass gets the start, but it's very likely we're going to see both quarterbacks play on Saturday against the Seminoles.
Sep 24 - 2:06 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




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