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Baylor freshman WR Kalon Barnes set the high school record with a 100 meter dash time of 10.05 seconds.

That time beats the national record of 10.15, which was held by numerous athletes before being broken by Barnes. Obviously, the 5-foot-11, 172-pound athlete has blazing speed, and he's also shown the ability to make people miss with his quickness and ability to shift. Baylor likely will give Barnes a look in special teams, and they could find a way to get the four-star signing the football this fall in other ways.
May 14 - 5:05 PM

Georgia sophomore QB Jake Fromm completed 13-of-23 passes for 260 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in Saturday's 43-29 win over Missouri.

Not the most accurate of games for Fromm, but he really got things going after halftime. He was held out of the touchdown column altogether in the first half before firing off two touchdown passes in the third quarter and one more in the fourth to keep a somewhat scattered team from seriously stumbling (Georgia played unevenly on the whole). The sophomore signal-caller now owns a sharp 9/1 TD/INT ratio through three games this season. He had been held under 200 yards passing in each of UGA's first three games of the campaign, none of which really required any passing pyrotechnics. Georgia will tango with Tennessee next weekend.
Sep 22 - 4:37 PM

Missouri senior QB Drew Lock completed 23-of-48 passes for 220 yards, no touchdowns and an interception in Saturday's 43-29 loss to Georgia.

Lock (6'4/225) wasn't getting much help from his wideouts in this one -- both teams played pretty sloppily -- but even so, it was a disappointing showing for the senior gunslinger, who could use a nice performance or two against top-flight competition as he tries to solidify his draft stock. The Tigers will be off on bye next weekend, with South Carolina showing on the schedule for Week 6. It'll be Alabama after that. Prior to Saturday's statistical letdown, Lock had thrown for at least three touchdown passes in all three of Missouri's games.
Sep 22 - 4:18 PM

Boston College redshirt sophomore QB Anthony Brown completed 13-of-27 passes for 96 yards, one touchdown, and four interceptions in Saturday's 30-13 loss to Purdue.

Brown turned in the worst outing of his career after three very respectable performances to start the year. His 9/0 TD/INT ratio entering this game is now tainted with his four interceptions today. His only touchdown came from a 15-yard toss to Tommy Sweeney in the first quarter. It was all downhill from there as the Eagles mustered only 229 yards of total offense. Brown will have a chance to right the ship next week against a surging Temple team coming off back-to-back victories.
Sep 22 - 4:07 PM

Buffalo redshirt junior QB Tyree Jackson completed 14-of-28 passes for 263 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions in Saturday's 42-13 win over Rutgers.

Jackson had a small handful of throws in this game which were NFL caliber "wow" displays. He also threw a pair of picks and only completed 50-percent of his passes against Rutgers' brutal defense, but we're not trying to nitpick here. Jackson is oh so very raw, but boy is he talented. The NFL is watching closely.
Sep 22 - 3:48 PM

Notre Dame redshirt sophomore Ian Book completed 25-of-34 passes for 324 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 43 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries in a 56-27 rout of Wake Forest on Saturday.

With all due respect to Brandon Wimbush; a talented quarterback who has some of the best speed of any signal-caller in football, this quarterback competition is done. Book was outstanding against the Demon Deacons, showing significantly better accuracy and touch on his passes and also the ability to get through progressions. He obviously wasn’t too shabby on the ground either, but Book was looking to make plays with his arm and then was willing to tuck the football, rather than the opposite that frustrated head coach Brian Kelly. Book is all but assured of starting next Saturday against Stanford.
Sep 22 - 3:32 PM

SMU true freshman QB Will Brown started Saturday against Navy.

Brown got the nod over redshirt junior Ben Hicks, who has been benched for poor play. Brown showed well in relief of Hicks last week in the blowout loss to Michigan. Brown went 11-of-18 for 82 yards and two touchdowns. "I saw enough from Will in Ann Arbor to like what I saw, just in terms of his moxie and how he competed," HC Sonny Dykes said after practice on Tuesday. "I like that stuff. And he's got some athleticism as well and can throw it."
Source: 247 Sports
Sep 22 - 12:13 PM

Nebraska HC Scott Frost said "there's a good chance" that freshman QB Adrian Martinez (knee) plays on Saturday against Michigan.

Martinez still doesn't look comfortable moving around, and he had a brace on his knee while on the field Saturday morning. Perhaps this is gamesmanship on Frost's part, or perhaps Martinez is further along than he appears to be.
Sep 22 - 12:01 PM

Notre Dame redshirt sophomore QB Ian Book is warming up with the starters ahead of Saturday's game against Wake Forest.

Reports yesterday emphatically stated that Book would start today. It appears as though they were correct. Wake Forest's pass defense isn't great, so Book could be in line for a nice afternoon.
Sep 22 - 11:53 AM

Georgia sophomore RB D'Andre Swift (groin) is with the team for Saturday's game against Missouri.

Swift was limited to four carries for 12 yards while playing only the first quarter in the win over MTSU last Saturday. He was limited in practice earlier this week but appears to be a go for Saturday. Elijah Holyfield, James Cook and Brian Herrien continue to demand touches behind him.
Sep 22 - 11:09 AM

Syracuse senior QB Eric Dungey (eye/shoulder) is "good to go" for Saturday's game against Connecticut.

"Eye isn’t a problem," tweeted beat writer Stephen Bailey "Probably playing through a shoulder injury." Dungey left last Saturday's win over FSU with "blurred vision" after a piece of stray turf got stuck in his eye. Though Dungey will start, this game should get out of hand, so expect to see redshirt freshman Tommy DeVito plenty in the second half.
Sep 22 - 10:59 AM

USC freshman QB JT Daniels passed for 241 yards and three scores on 17-of-26 passing in a 39-36 victory over Washington State on Friday.

After struggling against Texas, Daniels was much better against Washington State. There were a few throws that got away from him, but there were just as many that showed why he was considered one of the top prep quarterbacks in the country. He once again connected with former high school teammate Amon-Ra St. Brown for a score, and he also connected with Michael Pittman on a long score where Pittman did most of the work. Daniels is going to frustrate -- he should be a senior in high school, after all -- but there’s obviously big talent in the 6-foot-3, 210-pound signal-caller. The Trojans will take on Arizona next Saturday.
Sep 22 - 2:05 AM




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