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Boston College redshirt sophomore QB Anthony Brown completed 16-of-25 passes for 304 yards and five touchdowns in Thursday's 41-34 win over Wake Forest.

The weather held favorably after the game's kickoff was pushed up by two hours to avoid any complications which might have been caused by Hurricane Florence's imminent landfall, and boy howdy, did the Boston College offense look sharp on the afternoon. They racked up 524 total yards of offense, with Brown connecting on a pair of touchdown passes in the second quarter, one in the third and two more in the fourth to polish off this beauty of a performance. Through three games played, the 6-foot-2, 220-pound redshirt sophomore has now thrown for 626 yards with a scintillating 9/0 TD/INT ratio. A road date with Purdue shows next on the Eagles' schedule as their offensive machine continues ever-onward.
Sep 13 - 9:09 PM

Wisconsin junior QB Alex Hornibrook (head) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against Purdue.

In fact, he's not even in the building. Hornibrook stayed in Madison as his teammates traveled to West Lafayette. Jack Coan will draw another start in his absence.
Nov 17 - 1:48 PM

TCU sophomore QB Michael Collins exited Saturday's game against Baylor with a right ankle injury.

As Collins attempted a pass, his foot got stuck in the ground as he was dragged to the ground. He was tended to on the field and needed help from trainers to leave the gridiron. With Shawn Robinson and Justin Rogers already ruled out for the year, TCU is down to Grayson Muehlstein at quarterback.
Nov 17 - 12:45 PM

Wake Forest senior RB Matt Colburn (lower leg) is not dressed for Saturday's game against Pittsburgh.

Colburn exited last Thursday's upset victory over NC State early with a sprained ankle and apparently hasn't sufficiently mended. Cade Carney and Christian Beal should divvy carries against the Wolfpack.
Nov 17 - 11:59 AM

Boise State redshirt senior WR Sean Modster brought down nine catches for 129 yards with three touchdowns in a 45-14 victory over New Mexico on Friday.

Modster has scored in only three games this year, but he still has seven touchdowns on the season. Nothing wrong with scoring touchdowns in bunches. He also went over the century mark for the third time this season, and he's been one of Brett Rypien's most reliable targets in 2018. Boise State improves to 9-2, and they'll have a monster game next Saturday against Utah State that will determine the MWC Mountain champion.
Nov 17 - 12:29 AM

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Jeff Potrykus passes along that Wisconsin junior QB Alex Hornibrook (head) is unlikely to start Saturday's game against Purdue.

Hornibrook has not been ruled out officially as of yet, but was listed as questionable on the Thursday depth chart. That, coupled with Potrykus' little note in his game preview posted on Friday, would seem to strongly indicate that the Badgers plan on sitting the junior for a second straight game. Jack Coan would draw his second consecutive start -- and third overall -- if Hornibrook's still-lingering concussion symptoms keep him out of action once again.
Nov 16 - 5:10 PM

The Houston Chronicle's Joseph Duarte reports that junior QB D'Eriq King will miss the remainder of the season due to a torn meniscus in his right knee.

King (5'11/195) suffered the injury following an innocuous handoff late in the second quarter of Thursday's win over Tulane. After limping to the sideline, he was then loaded on a cart and taken to the locker room. He was not touched on the play in question and after the game, Cougars HC Major Applewhite indicated that the team was surprised when King told them that he could not straighten out his leg. It's a major blow for Houston, as the junior signal-caller has accounted for 50 total touchdowns in 11 games this season. Clayton Tune -- a true freshman -- will finish out the short remainder of the year as starter, now.
Nov 16 - 4:57 PM

Sports Illustrated's Ross Dellenger reports that Kansas is finalizing a contract agreement with former LSU HC Les Miles.

Per Dellenger, an announcement on Miles' hiring could come as early as this weekend. The former Tigers head coach has been linked to the open job in Lawrence ever since the team fired David Beaty at the beginning of the month. He and KU AD Jeff Long have a relationship which goes back to the 1980's. Miles went 114-34 at LSU prior to his midseason firing in 2016, but would be in for a major rebuilding project with Kansas should he accept this job. Potential contract length and monetary terms, here, remain an unknown. Stay tuned.
Nov 16 - 4:46 PM

Saturday's contest between Cal and Stanford has been rescheduled for Dec. 1.

This was the safe, logical move, as the California wildfires have pushed the air quality into dangerous territory for not only playing a football game, but merely sitting outside for a multi-hour stretch. Because neither Cal nor Stanford will be heading to the Pac-12 Championship Game, this Dec. 1 date works well enough for both parties.
Nov 16 - 4:15 PM

The kickoff of Saturday's game between Nevada and San Jose State has been moved from 5 PM EST to 3 PM EST due to concerns over air quality.

At this time, there is no plan to cancel the game outright. The kickoff was moved up as a result of the wildfires raging across the state of California. This may not end up the only game impacted by the air quality, as Stanford and Cal are likewise monitoring the situation. For now, that contest between the Cardinal and Golden Bears is still scheduled to kick at 7:30 PM EST on Saturday.
Nov 16 - 2:25 PM

The John Mackey Award has whittled the field to a list of eight semifinalists.

The Mackey Award is handed out annually to the best tight end in the country. The eight players who have moved on as semifinalists for the honor are Iowa's Noah Fant and TJ Hockenson, Alabama's Irv Smith, Missouri's Albert Okwuegbunam, Stanford's Kaden Smith, Texas A&M's Jace Sternberger, Boston College's Tommy Sweeney and UCLA's Caleb Wilson. San Jose State responded to the announcement by tweeting out a GIF of a worried child, as the list omits one of the clear top tight ends in the country in Josh Oliver (51-642-3). Oliver leads the FBS in receptions by a tight end. Worried child GIF, indeed
Nov 16 - 1:59 PM

North Texas sophomore RB DeAndre Torrey rushed for 184 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries in Thursday's 41-38 win over FAU.

Torrey (5'7/185) had one of the plays of the game on Thursday, bolting for a 92-yard touchdown run with 4:06 remaining in the fourth quarter. That extended North Texas' lead to 41-31 on the scoreboard and gave them a much-needed cushion. The sophomore back has been dynamite down the stretch for the Mean Green, having now rushed for a combined 459 yards over his last three games. Each of those contests has seen him go over 130 yards rushing. We'll see if Torrey can keep up this red-hot pace against UTSA in the regular-season finale a week from Friday. Given the opponent, he could be in for a huge performance in that spot.
Nov 16 - 1:32 AM




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