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Redshirt senior FB Winston Dimel is transferring from Kansas State to UTEP as a graduate.

Because he's leaving with his degree, Dimel (6'1/235) will be immediately eligible to play for the Miners in 2018. He'll get a chance to play for his father, new UTEP coach Dana Dimel. He's considered on of the best fullbacks in the country, and ranks as the top player at the position on Mel Kiper Jr's draft boards. At the very least, this makes UTEP better in the run game, and Dimel can also help as a red-zone runner -- he ran for 12 touchdowns as a sophomore -- and potentially as a receiver out of the backfield.
Jun 11 - 4:44 PM

Stanford senior RB Bryce Love (ankle) is expected to play in Thursday's game against Arizona State.

Love (5'10/202) sat out against Utah in Week 6 due to an ankle injury sustained against Notre Dame on Oct. 6, but he had the bye week to rest up and should be good to go on Thursday barring a late setback. The explosive senior has turned in an underwhelming season to date, rushing for just 327 yards (4.3 YPC) and three touchdowns in four games (he's missed two contests due to injury all told). Even if he manages a blistering down-the-stretch finish to the season, he's fallen out of serious Heisman contention.
Oct 18 - 7:35 PM

Liberty junior WR Antonio Gandy-Golden (mono) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against Idaho State.

Gandy-Golden (6'4/220) will be missing his second consecutive contest now that he's officially been nixed for Saturday's showdown with the Bengals. The junior wideout's absence is a notable one for the Flames, as he's their best skill-position weapon, having compiled a 32-497-5 receiving line through the first five games of the season before coming down ill. B.J. Farrow stepped up with eight catches for 101 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's win against Troy and should figure prominently in the game plan on Saturday with Gandy-Golden sidelined.
Oct 18 - 4:28 PM

Michigan sophomore LB Drew Singleton will transfer.

Singleton is a Top-100 2017 recruit who was rated as the No. 5 outside linebacker in the country. He committed to Michigan over offers from most of the big boys, including Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Miami, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin and Michigan State. No reason was given for the New Jersey native's decision.
Source: 247 Sports
Oct 18 - 3:02 PM

Four-star 2019 QB Jayden Daniels is scheduled to take an official visit to Utah this weekend as the Utes take on USC.

Boy did this news get a heckuva lot more intriguing Thursday morning with the revelation that Utah freshman QB Jack Tuttle will transfer. Daniels, the nation's No. 2 ranked dual-threat quarterback in the 247Sports Composite, is an Elite 11 finalist out of San Bernardino, CA. He is also the highest-rated uncommitted quarterback in the country. Securing Daniels' signature would sure make it easier to stomach the loss of Tuttle. Utes starting QB Tyler Huntley will return for the 2019 season, but a quarterback of the future is desperately needed in the next class to begin planning for 2020.
Source: 247 Sports
Oct 18 - 1:08 PM

Utah freshman QB Jack Tuttle will transfer.

This stunner is being reported by multiple outlets. Tuttle is the highest-rated quarterback recruit to ever sign with Utah. A four star-recruit and No. 8 pro-style QB in the country coming out, Tuttle has not appeared in any of Utah's six games. In August, he lost out to redshirt freshman Jason Shelley in the battle for backup duties behind second-year starter Tyler Huntley. Huntley will return next year to (presumably) be backed up by Shelley. Tuttle, from Southern California, could, according to 247Sports, now look into Ohio State, Duke, Vanderbilt, Texas A&M, and West Virginia. At one time he also held offers from Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, LSU, Nebraska, USC and Wisconsin. He'll likely have to sit out next season and lose a year’s eligibility.
Source: 247 Sports
Oct 18 - 12:25 PM

Minnesota HC P.J. Fleck said that senior RB Shannon Brooks (knee) will practice on Thursday.

Brooks was recently medically cleared off his torn ACL back from back in early March. To this point, Fleck has declined to offer a timeline for Brooks' return to the field. A bigger complication than Brook' health is his legal status. Brooks was arrested Sunday morning for probable cause of domestic assault from a fight with his roommate. The city attorney declined to press charges. With Brooks (and fellow lead back Rodney Smith) out, freshmen Mohamed Ibrahim and Bryce Williams have jumped to the top of the depth chart. No matter how this shakes out, we would expect Fleck to keep Brooks' appearances below five. If Brooks appears in four games or fewer, he'll qualify for a redshirt and can return next year.
Oct 18 - 12:03 PM

LSU redshirt sophomore TE Thaddeus Moss (foot) has been ruled out for the remainder of the season.

"It's something that he's not completely healed. We want it to heal a lot faster, but it's not healing the way we want it," said LSU HC Ed Orgeron. Moss (6'3/240) has managed to practice at points throughout the early fall, but will end his season never having been healthy enough to appear in a game proper. A foot injury which has lingered since the summer is the culprit, here. The Tigers plan on exploring a potential medical hardship waiver now that Moss' season has been cut short. Foster Moreau will continue to see the bulk of work at tight end through to the end of the season, though the depth behind him has thinned.
Source: 247Sports
Oct 17 - 9:27 PM

According to The Athletic's Nicole Auerbach, a group of parents is "fearful" that suspended Maryland HC D.J. Durkin will return.

Durkin was suspended after the death of former Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair as the team looks into reports of a toxic infrastructure around the football team. The parents -- speaking on condition of anonymity -- told Auerbach that they weren't informed of abusive claims until after McNair's death on June 13, for fear of the parents not believing them. One parent told The Athletic reporter that they believed this was "predetermined," and another claiming they were terrified. This is an awful situation, and it doesn't sound like we're close to the end of these revelations.
Oct 17 - 3:30 PM

Miami HC Mark Richt announced that redshirt senior QB Malik Rosier will start next week against Boston College.

Miami is on bye this week before traveling to BC a week from Friday. "Right this minute I think Malik is better equipped from his ability and his experiences to lead this team," Richt said. Rosier started the first four games of the year before he was benched for redshirt freshman N'Kosi Perry during the FIU game. Perry started the last three games but Richt pulled the plug on him last week against Virginia after he threw two interceptions in his first six attempts. The Hurricanes lost 16-13, with Rosier not exactly lighting the world on fire (12-of-23 for 171 yards with an interception). For whatever it's worth, Richt says Perry will continue to see the field off the bench. Either way, this situation is a mess.
Source: ESPN
Oct 17 - 2:10 PM

Illinois sophomore TE Louis Dorsey will transfer.

Dorsey (6'6/225) did not specify in his farewell tweet just why he was transferring out, but he's had a rocky go of it since the end of the 2017 season. The standout tight end -- Dorsey was named to BTN.com's All-Freshman team for the conference after catching 22 passes for 395 yards and three touchdowns last fall -- was suspended in the spring for a violation of team rules, a suspension which ate into the first three games of the regular season. He exits Illinois having not caught a pass during the current campaign. Dorsey figures to receive his fair share of interest on the transfer market, at least assuming programs aren't scared away by potential off-field concerns.
Oct 16 - 6:52 PM

Tennessee redshirt senior LB Jonathan Kongbo has been ruled out for the remainder of the season due to a torn ACL.

Kongbo (6'5/254) tore the ACL in his right knee during Saturday's upset win over Auburn. Now that he's been ruled out for the remainder of the campaign, his collegiate career has come to an end. The redshirt senior initially signed on with Tennessee as the top JUCO recruit in the 2016 class. His most productive season in Knoxville came in 2017, when he registered 29 tackles and 2.5 sacks while making 10 starts. For the current campaign, Kongbo had started five of six games while compiling 11 tackles and an interception prior to suffering the unfortunate knee injury against the Tigers. Over the summer, Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline pegged the linebacker -- he began his time with Tennessee as a defensive end before shifting to OLB this offseason -- as a likely undrafted free agent for the spring. Sophomore Deandre Johnson came in for Kongbo after he left Saturday's game and could be in line for an expanded workload now that the Vols are having to reexamine their options in the front seven
Oct 16 - 6:08 PM




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