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Clemson senior QB Kelly Bryant will exhaust his collegiate eligibility if he plays in another game this season.

The Tigers just named star freshman Trevor Lawrence starter over Bryant on Monday. Bryant's next move remains to be seen. Clemson HC Dabo Swinney hinted that he and the senior had discussed the possibility of a transfer, though the only way a transfer would be possible would be if he did not play again this season. He's already reached the four-game threshold for redshirting in 2018. Should Bryant opt instead to stick it out with the program as an available option behind Lawrence, he would likely be utilized in sub-packages and short-yardage situations befitting of his skill set (barring injury, of course).
Source: The State
Sep 25 - 8:58 PM

LSU redshirt sophomore TE Thaddeus Moss (undisclosed) has been able to practice over the last week-plus.

Moss (6'3/240) did not play against Louisiana Tech on Saturday -- he has yet to play in a game this season -- but it would appear that he should be able to hit the ground running in a home date with Ole Miss this coming weekend, at least so long as he manages to survive the current practice week.
Sep 25 - 8:53 PM

LSU sophomore QB Myles Brennan (undisclosed) did not practice on Tuesday.

Move along, nothing to see, here. The expectation in the bayou is that Brennan will practice on Wednesday as usual. His sitting on Tuesday was merely a precautionary measure. The 6-foot-5, 183-pounder will continue to work as backup to Joe Burrow moving forward, assuming there's not more to this injury than would currently appear.
Sep 25 - 8:47 PM

Arkansas sophomore WR De'Vion Warren (undisclosed) is expected to be available for Saturday's game against Texas A&M.

Warren (5'10/180) did not play in the Razorbacks' loss to Auburn over the weekend, as he was banged up against North Texas (also in a loss) the previous Saturday. The sophomore wideout's return will be a welcome one, particularly on special teams -- he'd lit it up for 125 kick-return yards through the first two games of the campaign, before he was waylaid by his current injury concern.
Sep 25 - 8:43 PM

Arkansas junior WR T.J. Hammonds (undisclosed) is expected to be available for Saturday's game against Texas A&M.

Hammonds (5'11/189) did not travel with the Razorbacks for this past weekend's drubbing at the hands of Auburn, but had otherwise managed to appear in each of the first three games of the campaign. In that prior space, the junior wideout had caught four passes for 84 yards and a touchdown. Arkansas has team-wide issues that stretch far beyond some of their minor injury concerns.
Sep 25 - 8:39 PM

USF junior RB Trevon Sands (undisclosed) did not play in Saturday's win over ECU.

Sands (5'11/201) is dealing with bruising (of some variety) according to HC Charlie Strong. He'll look to heal up over the coming bye week before USF hits the road to take on UMass in two weekend's time.
Sep 25 - 8:32 PM

South Florida redshirt sophomore RB Elijah Mack (undisclosed) sat out Saturday's win over ECU.

Mack (6'0/214) has managed to appear in two games this season, rushing for a modest 49 yards in that space. Still looking for his first touchdown. As to the injury concern, here, HC Charlie Strong would only let on that the redshirt sophomore was bruised up. With USF off on bye upcoming, Mack's got a nice little stretch to get right before the Bulls tango with UMass on Oct. 6.
Sep 25 - 8:27 PM

Kansas State junior QB Alex Delton is expected to start against Texas on Saturday.

Here's an interesting one. Skylar Thompson drew the start against West Virginia over the weekend, but midway through the game, Wildcats HC Bill Snyder opted to swap him out for Delton. Neither quarterback saw this coming, leading to an awkward postgame in which Thompson was clearly irritated at Snyder's tact, while Delton admitted to being caught off-guard. Regardless, it looks like we may have a sea change, here, as Kellis Robinett is passing along that the junior signal-caller received the majority of first-team snaps on Monday as the team looks to move in his direction. If we're being completely honest, neither quarterback option takes our breath away.
Sep 25 - 8:20 PM

Iowa State junior TE Chase Allen (groin) is an uncertain quantity for Saturday's game against TCU.

Allen (6'7/220) injured his groin in a loss to Oklahoma two weekends ago and subsequently sat out against Akron on Saturday. Cyclones HC Matt Campbell said that his status versus the Horned Frogs should receive a measure of clarity as the practice week wears on.
Source: 247Sports
Sep 25 - 8:12 PM

Iowa State HC Matt Campbell said that junior RB David Montgomery was "dinged up" in Saturday's win over Akron.

Montgomery (5'11/216) rushed for 107 yards and a score against Akron on Saturday, but saw a bit less work in the second half due to a minor physical issue. Said Campbell, "I think he's fine." Johnnie Lang ultimately saw 22 carries in that contest and would fill in for Montgomery should he require any additional time to heal up. At this juncture, consider him day-to-day. TCU looms on the schedule for Saturday.
Source: 247Sports
Sep 25 - 8:07 PM

Nevada junior WR Brendan O'Leary-Orange (concussion) has yet to take part in practice this week.

O'Leary-Orange (6'4/210) did not play against Toledo this past weekend, as he is still working his way back from a concussion sustained in a win over Oregon State in Week 2. It's unlikely that he'll be suiting up this coming weekend, when Nevada takes on the Falcons of Air Force. Should he sit, it could mean additional opportunity for Romeo Doubs and Elijah Cooks.
Sep 25 - 7:45 PM

Texas Tech redshirt junior WR T.J. Vasher (knee) is doubtful for Saturday's game against West Virginia.

Vasher (6'6/190) sprained his knee in this past weekend's win over Oklahoma State. That he is already considered doubtful for Saturday, with the practice week barely underway, is a sign that this injury might be slightly on the more severe side. We'll keep tabs on Vasher's situation as kickoff nears. Should he be unable to take the field versus the Mountaineers, Antoine Wesley, Ja'Deion High, Zach Austin and Seth Collins are all potential benefactors for an increased workload.
Sep 25 - 7:37 PM

Buffalo redshirt senior WR Anthony Johnson (hamstring) is questionable for Saturday's game against Army.

Johnson (6'2/210) sat out the second half of this past weekend's dominant win over Rutgers due to a hamstring injury. While he later took to social media to allay fans' fears of a serious injury, writing that he was "good," Dr. Johnson's medical opinion only carries so much weight, here. Bulls HC Lance Leipold has officially deemed him questionable for the weekend. We'll have a better idea of whether or not he'll be able to take the field versus the Black Knights as the practice week progresses.
Sep 25 - 4:25 PM

Iowa State HC Matt Campbell said that redshirt senior QB Kyle Kempt (knee) remains several weeks away from a return.

While Campbell is happy with the progress that Kempt has made thus far since injuring his knee against Iowa in the second week of the campaign, but the initial hope here was that the redshirt senior would be able to return before the end of September. That won't be happening barring a rapid turnaround, now, it would appear. So long as Kempt remains sidelined, Zeb Noland will continue to work as starter for the Cyclones. Iowa State plays TCU this coming weekend.
Sep 25 - 4:14 PM

North Carolina HC Larry Fedora said that redshirt sophomore QB Chazz Surratt could potentially play against Miami on Thursday.

Fedora has already announced that Nathan Elliott will start versus the Hurricanes, but Surratt's return from a four-game suspension adds a new variable to the mix. Fedora played coy with the media, saying that the redshirt sophomore "could and he couldn't" see the field on Thursday, "depending on what I think." Thanks for the clarity, Coach. Surratt was initially suspended in August (one of 13 Tar Heels suspended) in relation to school-issued shoes being sold. We'll hopefully get a glimpse of the signal-caller on Thursday, after which we'll see if he can seriously push Elliott for starting work during practices next week.
Sep 25 - 4:06 PM



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