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Stanford HC David Shaw said that he expects that senior RB Bryce Love (undisclosed) will be available for the team's Week 4 showdown with Oregon.

Love (5'10/202) was lifted late in Saturday's win over USC due to an undisclosed injury concern. The Cardinal will play it safe with the star senior this coming weekend, as they'll be playing lesser competition in UC Davis and don't figure to require his dynamic services. Cameron Scarlett will start in his place for that one. We'll keep tabs on Love's status as information becomes available. Nagging injury plagued him down the stretch a year ago.
Wed, Sep 12, 2018 04:19:00 PM

Texas redshirt junior QB Shane Buechele told Texas on Wednesday that he wants to enter the NCAA transfer portal.

We can't say this one is surprising. Buechele was once a starter for the Longhorns, but this is Sam Ehlinger's team now, and he appeared in two games for Texas in 2018. Because he didn't play in more than four games, he's eligible to take a redshirt season, and he'll have two more years of eligibility left at whatever school he lands at. We wouldn't be surprised if Buechele (6'1/210) landed at a school that allowed him to compete for the starting gig right away.
Jan 16 - 9:24 PM

Redshirt freshman QB Matthew Downing has transferred from Georgia to TCU.

Downing was a preferred walk-on to the Bulldogs, and appeared in four games for Georgia as a freshman. Because of the new rules, he's allowed to take a redshirt season, but unless he gets a hardship waiver from the NCAA, he's going to have to sit out the 2019 campaign. He'll still have three years of eligibility left, however, and it's possible the 6-foot, 195-pound signal-caller competes for playing time in the next decade.
Jan 16 - 8:32 PM

ESPN's Adam Rittenberg reports that coach Butch Jones will remain with the Crimson Tide for the 2019 season.

It was reported in December that Jones was going to join the Maryland staff as a TE coach, but those reports were obviously premature. That or he changed his mind. We'll let you decide which is more likely. Jones served as an offensive analyst for Alabama in 2018, and it's possible that will be his role again in 2019. It's also possible he moves to an on-field role, as Alabama has several openings on the staff.
Jan 16 - 8:24 PM

Chris Anderson of 247 Sports reports that redshirt junior QB Austin Kendall will enroll at West Virginia on Thursday.

It's amazing how quickly these things come together. Kendall announced his decision to transfer on Friday, and West Virginia quickly moved into a favorite position. That hit a bit of a snag when reports surfaced that the Sooners would block a transfer to West Virginia, but Oklahoma changed their mind/did the right thing, and he's now free to join the Mountaineers. A former four-star recruit, Kendall has played sparingly in his time with the Sooners, which isn't a surprise when you have two Heisman Trophy winners playing ahead of you. He should compete with Jack Allison for the starting job, and in our eyes, he should be considered the favorite to win the job.
Jan 16 - 7:26 PM

Bruce Feldman of The Athletic reports that Alabama DC Tosh Lupoi is leaving the Crimson Tide to coach the defensive line for the Cleveland Browns.

A report earlier Wednesday stated that Lupoi was interviewing with Cleveland. The interview must have gone well, as he's now leaving the Crimson Tide to join the NFL club. It's yet another loss for the Alabama coaching staff, and it's a big one; Lupoi is widely considered among the best recruiters in the country. Don't be surprised if Saban fills this role with a big name, although you can never count out an internal promotion.
Jan 16 - 7:22 PM

Jake Trotter of ESPN reports that Kansas State will not block redshirt senior QB Alex Delton from transferring to TCU.

There was speculation today that TCU could look to prevent Delton from heading to the conference rival, similar to how Oklahoma is reportedly blocking quarterback Austin Kendall from heading to West Virginia. The Wildcats will instead let the redshirt senior head to Texas Christian for his final season, and he should battle for the starting quarterback spot this spring/summer.
Jan 16 - 5:42 PM

Newly hired DC Ted Monachino is leaving Kansas State for the Chicago Bears.

Well, that was short lived. The Wildcats hired Monachino from Missouri to be their new defensive coordinator after spending 2018 with the Tigers as a defensive analyst, but instead he'll join Chuck Pagano's defensive staff in the NFL. The Wildcats will have to look elsewhere for their DC.
Jan 16 - 5:28 PM

Alabama junior DE LaBryan Ray was arrested for public intoxication this past Friday.

Ray (6'5/294) was arrested after he refused to leave a Tuscaloosa establishment. When authorities arrived, they determined that he was intoxicated. This past season, the defensive end appeared in all 15 of Alabama's games while registering 39 tackles (6.0 for loss) and 2.5 sacks along the way. It remains to be seen what kind of punishment will be coming down the pike as a result of Ray's arrest. He will be competing for a starting role during the upcoming campaign assuming that he doesn't get pushed too far back into HC Nick Saban's doghouse.
Source: 247Sports
Jan 16 - 5:25 PM

Thomas Mars, the lawyer for Ohio State sophomore QB Justin Fields, said that he is "very confident" that the NCAA will approve the quarterback's waiver for immediate eligibility.

In a statement to the Columbus Dispatch, Mars said that "there's more to [the waiver case]" than has been speculated on social media. The main angle which has consistently been brought up in relation to Fields relates to a racial slur which was directed at him by a former Georgia baseball player during the 2018 season. Fields' transfer to Ohio State in early January has already caused a ripple effect, with Tate Martell transferring over to Miami on Tuesday night.
Jan 16 - 4:15 PM

Appalachian State RB Jalin Moore (ankle) has not been medically cleared to participate in the Reese's Senior Bowl.

Senior Bowl executive director Jim Nagy said that Moore wanted to play in the game, but sadly, it won't be in the cards. His body just isn't ready for that kind of rigor at this juncture. The 5-foot-11, 205-pounder continues to rehab from the fractured, dislocated ankle he sustained against Arkansas State back in October. With the Senior Bowl no longer on the table, Moore's next theoretical stop in the draft process will come at the NFL Scouting Combine. Even if he is unable to participate in drills in Indianapolis, at the very least, NFL teams will have a chance to dig in with his medical checks.
Jan 16 - 2:46 PM

Jim Nagy, executive director of the Reese's Senior Bowl, said that Kentucky LB Josh Allen's omission from the roster was not due to an injury.

According to Nagy, Allen simply "decided not to come" to the Senior Bowl. We'll no doubt see a little bit of grumbling from some NFL teams, but his decision to sit out the premier postseason evaluation contest doesn't figure to have any lingering consequence in terms of his draft slot. The Athletic's Dane Brugler ranks Allen as the No. 3 overall prospect in the 2019 draft class.
Jan 16 - 2:00 PM




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