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In the Big 12 media's preseason conference poll, Oklahoma was ranked No. 1 by a margin of 44 first-place votes.

The Sooners are far-and-away the media's pick to reign supreme over the conference once again, drawing 46 first-place votes to runner-up pick West Virginia's two first-place ballots. TCU, Texas and Oklahoma State round out the top-five. One interesting little nugget beneath the expected big boys projected to finish atop the Big 12 -- Kansas State (picked to finish sixth) actually received a pair of first-place votes. The poll is rounded out sequentially by Iowa State, Texas Tech, Baylor and Kansas.
Jul 12 - 3:48 PM

Michigan received a verbal commitment from five-star 2019 S Daxton Hill.

Hill (6'0/186) is going to be a fun one for the Wolverine faithful to watch develop after he steps foot on campus. He's one of the most athletic prospects in the 2019 class regardless of position and has been timed at 4.30 seconds in the 40-yard dash with a 43-inch vertical jump. And he still has yet to reach physical maturity. 247Sports analyst Steve Wiltfong notes that he also possesses a sharp mind for the game and writes that Hill "excels in coverage, breaking quickly when the ball is in his region and turns into a receiver when he can make a play." On the outlet's composite board, the Tulsa native ranks as the No. 12 overall prospect in the 2019 class.
Source: 247Sports
Sep 19 - 5:17 PM

Michigan RB Jay Harbaugh said that he expects junior RB Karan Higdon (undisclosed) to be available for Saturday's game against Nebraska.

Higdon was a late scratch for this past weekend's win over SMU due to an undisclosed injury concern, but the 5-foot-10, 202-pound junior has been practicing this week and sounds like he should be ready to roll come Saturday. We'll continue to count him as day-to-day up until kickoff. UM looks like it will have its top two backs available versus the Huskers, as Chris Evans -- also dealing with an undisclosed issue -- is likewise expected to be available for that Saturday showdown in Ann Arbor.
Sep 19 - 3:57 PM

Nebraska freshman QB Adrian Martinez (knee) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

Martinez (6'2/220) has practiced each of the past two days. Per QB coach Mario Verduzco, the team did not limit him in any aspect during Wednesday's workday. The true freshman gunslinger should still be considered a game-time decision for Saturday's game against Michigan -- and if there's any question, the Huskers will almost certainly not be pushing their luck -- but his progress thus far has been very encouraging. Martinez has not played since injuring his knee against Colorado in Nebraska's first game of the campaign. If he's held out against the Wolverines, it'll be Andrew Bunch taking the start once more.
Sep 19 - 3:30 PM

Duke HC David Cutcliffe said that redshirt junior QB Daniel Jones (collarbone) has "amazed" the medical staff with his rehabilitation progress.

Jones (6'5/215) earlier this month underwent surgery to repair the broken collarbone he sustained against Northwestern in Week 2. Speaking to Cutcliffe's point on the injury, the redshirt junior has already resumed practicing in pads, though understandably sans contact. There's no concrete timetable for his return, but this injury is not expected to end his season. For the time being, Quentin Harris is working as starting quarterback in Jones' place.
Sep 19 - 3:12 PM

Syracuse freshman WR Edward Hendrix is expected to miss the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery to repair a lower body injury.

While the Orange did not provide specifics as to the exact injury, here, Syracuse.com's Stephen Bailey passes along that the 6-foot-3, 185-pound Hendrix has been dealing with an "apparent knee injury" since the tail-end of preseason camp. A three-star recruit in the 2018 class, Hendrix was viewed as a potential early-impact freshman during the offseason. Looks like we'll have to wait until 2019 to see the wideout strut his stuff on the field. He figures to take a redshirt for the current campaign.
Sep 19 - 2:49 PM

WAFB-TV in Baton Rouge reports that former LSU junior WR Drake Davis is, in addition to previously-reported battery charges, facing two counts of child pornography charges.

Police documents allege that Davis received two text messages that investigators considered child pornography. Davis did not delete them, and the texts were marked "read." The cops had his phone after seizing it following the first of his two arrests over the past month for alleged physical assault of his girlfriend. The former four star's playing days would appear to be over.
Source: WAFB-TV
Sep 19 - 2:21 PM

Southern Miss senior RB T'Rod Daniels announced Tuesday that he intends to take a redshirt this year and then transfer as a graduate in December to play his last year of eligibility elsewhere.

Well played by Daniels, who is making the new redshirt rule work for him in getting an extra year of education paid off. Listed as Southern Miss’ No. 2 running back on the depth chart, Daniels has been given only 12 carries through two games. So long as he appears in no more than two more, he'll automatically redshirt this year as part of the NCAA's new rule. It appears as though he's worked something out with the coaching staff, as Daniels will stay on board through December. Trivenskey Mosley, Steven Anderson and Darius Maberry will all be asked to step up behind starter Tez Parks in Daniels' absence.
Sep 19 - 1:26 PM

UCLA HC Chip Kelly told reporters Tuesday that he has no response to critical comments made of him by Michael Robinson, the father of Bruins starting QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson.

"I have no response," Kelly said on the Pac-12 teleconference. "I mean, everybody's entitled to their opinion. That's what's the great thing about sports: When you win, people say good things, and when you don't, people don't say good things. That's life, you know?" On Sunday, Michael Robinson, responding to tweets from Bruin Report Online about his son's play in the loss to Fresno State, blamed "lousy coaching and play calling" and said that Kelly's success at Oregon "was simply a fluke."
Source: ESPN
Sep 19 - 1:04 PM

Clemson senior QB Kelly Bryant (bruised chest) declared that he's ready to play in Saturday’s ACC opener at Georgia Tech.

"I’m full go," Bryant said. "I’m ready to play today." Bryant took a big hit to his upper chest and then landed awkwardly on the ball in the second quarter of last Saturday's 38-7 victory over Georgia Southern. "It was one of those weird plays where you’re not really sure what happened," Bryant said. "I wanted to make sure everything was fine because I was kind of feeling a little weird, so I went back to get a few tests and everything turned out good." He left the game and missed the entire second half. "I was full-go at practice, no limitations," Bryant said Tuesday. "I feel like 100 percent."
Sep 19 - 12:28 PM

Miami (OH) HC Chuck Martin indicated that senior WR James Gardner (undisclosed) might miss the remainder of the season.

"James is not likely to be back the rest of the year," Martin said. "He’s facing surgeries." Gardner (6'4/212) suffered an undisclosed injury in the first half of last week's loss to Minnesota. A first-team all-conference pick last season, Gardner jumped onto the NFL radar by posting a 47-927-11 receiving line. Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline is a known fan. If Gardner doesn't play in another game this year, he should be eligible for a redshirt, which would allow him to return to campus as a redshirt senior next year. The question is whether he'd do so, or if he'll opt to leave for the NFL as scheduled.
Sep 19 - 11:43 AM

Stanford senior RB Bryce Love (undisclosed) is expected to play in Saturday's game against Oregon.

Love (5'10/202) sat against UC Davis over the weekend, but by all accounts that was just a precautionary measure. Barring any sort of late setback, look for the senior standout to be back in action against the Ducks come Saturday. When last we saw Love, he was gouging USC for 136 yards rushing and a touchdown in an easy Week 2 victory. Cameron Scarlett would fill in for him if the Cardinal opt to play it safe at the last minute come the weekend.
Sep 18 - 8:46 PM




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