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Former Alabama redshirt junior C Brandon Kennedy transferred to Tennessee as a graduate.

Upon Kennedy's announcement that he'd transfer as a graduate last month, the Tide barred him from transferring to any SEC school. That drew some national ire, which in turn fired up Nick Saban, who said he was merely abiding by conference rule. For better or worse, the decision is now out of Saban's hands -- and will be, going forward. The SEC adopted a new rule on June 1 stating that grad transfers can transfer within the conference without sitting out a year. A four-star 2015 signee, Kennedy (6'3/301) was the Crimson Tide's top backup center in 2017 before an injury knocked him out for the year. As he reunites with HC Jeremy Pruitt, Kennedy is in the mix to play immediately. He has two years of eligibility left.
Jun 14 - 11:44 AM

Army junior QB Kelvin Hopkins (hip) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against Miami (Ohio).

Late turn of events here, as Hopkins has surprisingly been ruled out just prior to kickoff. The Black Knights are pondering senior Luke Langdon and sophomore Cam Thomas as replacement options at the moment.
Oct 20 - 11:48 AM

Auburn redshirt freshman RB JaTarvious Whitlow (shoulder) is warming up ahead of Saturday's game against Mississippi and is expected to play.

Whitlow is considered a gametime decision. This one could go either way, but it's a good sign that Saturday morning reports stated he was moving around freely with full range of motion. If Whitlow can't go, Malik Miller is in for a big increase in touches. Kam Martin and Shaun Shivers are also in line for more carries, though it was Miller who got most of the non-Whitlow touches last week against Tennessee.
Oct 20 - 11:23 AM

Washington State HC Mike Leach accused the Pac-12 of favoring USC and blasted the conference's commitment to player safety in a series of heated text messages with conference officials last month.

We're hearing about this now because the documents were obtained by Yahoo Sports via a public records request. They came in the wake of a controversial noncall for targeting by USC LB Porter Gustin on Cougars QB Gardner Minshew in Wazzu's 39-36 loss in Los Angeles last month. "Don't... [make] me sit through some sanctimonious speech or demonstration on player safety or targeting if you are going to continue to alibi what happened last Friday," Leach wrote. Much of Leach's anger was directed at Pac-12 general counsel and senior vice president of business affairs Woodie Dixon, writing: "Woodie is a total coward and is afraid of USC. I look forward to telling him in person."
Source: ESPN
Oct 20 - 10:55 AM

Air Force junior QB Isaiah Sanders completed 9-of-11 passes for 217 yards with a touchdown and ran for 173 yards with three touchdowns in a 41-35 victory over UNLV on Friday.

The quarterback competition should be over. Sanders was outstanding on Friday -- albeit against an atrocious UNLV defense -- but he showed something the Falcons haven't had in years: A quarterback who can beat you on the ground while also making plays with his arm. A dominant effort that should allow him to remain the starting quarterback the rest of the year. A much tougher match-up comes next Saturday when Air Force and Sanders face Boise State.
Oct 20 - 1:23 AM

Boise State senior QB Brett Rypien completed 22-of-26 passes for 308 yards and four touchdowns in a 56-28 shellacking of Colorado State on Friday.

Impressive. Rypien (6'2/202) wasn't exactly challenged in this one going against one of the worst secondaries in college football -- at least statistically -- but his ability to get rid of the ball quickly and accurately was on full display. He also made a few plays with his legs, but for the most part, he was able to pick apart the Rams in the pocket. The Broncos will look to improve their 4-2 record next Saturday when they face Air Force.
Oct 20 - 12:21 AM

Indiana has permanently dismissed sophomore RB Morgan Ellison from the football team.

He also was given a two and a half year suspension from the university. The dismissal and suspension comes after a panel determined that Ellison sexually assaulted a student while she slept. The running back was recently practicing with the team despite the charges. Because he didn't play in any games, Ellison could look to transfer with three years of eligibility left, but he understandably will have some serious, serious questions to answer at any school he'd end up at.
Oct 19 - 7:21 PM

TCU HC Gary Patterson said that junior S Innis Gaines (undisclosed) will likely miss the remainder of the season.

Gaines (6'2/203) was injured in the second half of last Thursday's loss to Texas Tech. Patterson spoke to his status during his weekly radio show. It's a potentially crippling blow, one that could have immediate detrimental impact with Oklahoma coming to town on Saturday. The junior starter had registered 31 tackles (6.5 for loss), six passes defensed, an interception and a fumble through the first six games of the campaign. Backing up Gaines on the depth chart is redshirt freshman La'Kendrick Van Zandt.
Oct 19 - 5:21 PM

Multiple outlets are reporting that Arkansas redshirt junior QB Ty Storey (head) will not play in Saturday's game against Tulsa.

Storey (6'2/215) sustained a head injury during Saturday's loss to Ole Miss. While Razorbacks HC Chad Morris said earlier in the week that the quarterback had been cleared to practice, the feeling in Fayetteville is that he's not so far along in his recovery that he's ready for game action outright. With Storey a no-go for this weekend, Cole Kelley and true freshman Connor Noland are the two starting options now on the table for Morris and staff. Of note, it was Noland -- and not the more experienced Kelley -- taking first-team reps during the media viewing window of Wednesday's practice.
Oct 19 - 3:11 PM

Multiple outlets are reporting that FAU senior LB Azeez Al-Shaair will miss the remainder of the season due to a torn ACL.

Al-Shaair (6'2/220) sustained the torn ACL during the practice leadup to this weekend's game against Marshall. He's expected to require surgery to repair the damage. This unfortunate injury will bring to a close the senior's fantastic career with the Owls. He exits stage left as the team's all-time leading tackler, having recorded 397 stops during his time in Boca Raton. For the current season, he was sitting on 43 tackles when he sustained the injury. He could still potentially apply for a medical hardship waiver, but a traditional redshirt will not be in play should he opt to try to continue his collegiate career, as he's already played in six games this season (four is the max to retain redshirt eligibility). Otherwise, he'll turn his attention toward his pro prospects for the spring. Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline currently stamps Al-Shaair with a sixth-round grade. As for the FAU side of things, Hosea Barnwell could see a fair amount of work down the stretch.
Oct 19 - 2:00 PM

San Diego State redshirt sophomore RB Chase Jasmin is currently in the concussion protocol.

Jasmin (5'11/195) injured his head after taking a hard hit late in last Saturday's win over Air Force. Aztecs HC Rocky Long said earlier in the practice week that the team is hopeful the redshirt sophomore will be available for this weekend's date with San Jose State, but given the finicky nature of concussions, we'll be keeping an eye on this one until there's definitive word one way or another as to Jasmin's availability upcoming. Should he be unable to play versus the Spartans, that would mean additional opportunity for Kaegun Williams, Jordan Byrd and Chance Bell.
Oct 19 - 1:05 PM

Stanford senior WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside caught seven passes for 91 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 20-13 win over Arizona State.

In a game lacking for much offensive spark, Arcega-Whiteside had a handful of noteworthy grabs, with his 28-yard touchdown catch down the middle in the third quarter snapping a 6-6 tie and giving the game its first score that was not a field goal. The 6-foot-3, 225-pound senior is now up to nine touchdown catches on the year. He's failed to strike end-zone gold in just two games this season. Arcega-Whiteside will try to reach double-digits in touchdowns against Washington State in Week 9.
Oct 19 - 12:50 AM




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