Match-ups Mixer: Week 13

Match-ups Mixer: Week 13
Mississippi State's Nick Fitzgerald has an opportunity to feast on Ole Miss as we break down the holiday week's best match-ups.
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Texas junior CB Davante Davis (illness) did not practice on Tuesday.

Davis (6'2/191) and WR Collin Johnson missed Tuesday's practice session due to 100-degree fevers. They're facing something of a time crunch to get right, as Texas will dance with Texas Tech on Black Friday. For his part, Davis has recorded 17 tackles with two passes defended this season.
Nov 21 - 8:58 PM

Texas sophomore WR Collin Johnson (illness) did not practice on Tuesday.

Johnson was out with a 100-degree fever, as was CB Devante Davis. Setting aside their playing status for Friday's game against Texas Tech -- to be determined -- the real concern for Texas, here, would be that Johnson and Davis spread this illness to others on the team. We've seen similar team-wide outbreaks before simply due to the close proximity inherent in a locker room.
Nov 21 - 8:42 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2018 ATH Bryan Addison does not plan on making his pledge until after UCLA hires its next coach.

Addison (6'4/176) is fresh off a visit to Washington and is also considering Arizona, Nebraska, Arizona State and Michigan in addition to the Huskies and Bruins. The Gardena, California, native had initially planned on making his pledge public following his visit to Seattle, but Mora's termination at UCLA now has him in a holding pattern. Rivals ranks Addison -- who has the chops to play either safety or wideout -- as the No. 59 overall prospect in the 2018 class.
Source: Rivals
Nov 21 - 8:29 PM

Wyoming redshirt senior QB Josh Allen (shoulder) threw the ball in practice on Tuesday.

Allen took a seat against Fresno State on Saturday due to the shoulder injury. While the NFLer-to-be was not a padded participant during Tuesday's practice, he has thrown the ball around each of the last two days without reporting any pain. His status for the Cowboys' regular-season finale against San Jose State remains uncertain. If he can't play in that one, Nick Smith would draw a second consecutive start. All signs point toward Allen declaring for the draft after the season.
Nov 21 - 8:17 PM

Murray State senior CB D'Montre Wade accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl.

Wade (6'0/181), a converted running back, has been among the most active cornerbacks at any collegiate level this season, having picked off a healthy six passes. He could be in line for an invitation for the NFL Scouting Combine, per Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline.
Source: Senior Bowl
Nov 21 - 8:05 PM

In the latest release of the College Football Playoff rankings, Alabama, Miami, Clemson and Oklahoma (in order) landed as the top four teams.

Following a mostly static weekend for the big boys, the rankings -- especially at the top -- remained essentially the same. The only movement on that front was Miami and Clemson swapping the No. 2 and No. 3 positions. That's at least somewhat dubious to us given that the Hurricanes twice fell behind by 14 points against Virginia on Saturday, but it's a minor quibble. Beyond those first four squads, Wisconsin, Auburn, Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Penn State round out the top-10. The biggest tumbler in the rankings was Oklahoma State, which dropped six spots to land at No. 19 courtesy of their loss to Kansas State on Saturday.
Source: ESPN.com
Nov 21 - 7:52 PM

The Houston Chronicle's Brent Zwerneman reports that Texas A&M will fire HC Kevin Sumlin following Saturday's game against LSU.

Per Zwerneman, Sumlin will be terminated whether or not the Aggies come through with a win against the Tigers over the holiday weekend. When the Chronicle broached the report during Sumlin's press conference on Tuesday, the coach responded, "I haven't heard that." According to Zwerneman's reportage, it has not yet been determined exactly when Sumlin will receive the axe once his squad has played LSU -- only that it will, indeed, happen. This is a developing story and we'll pass along updates as information becomes available. Barring a late reprieve, Sumlin is looking like he could join Florida's Jim McElwain and Tennessee's Butch Jones in the ranks of this season's SEC coaching casualties. During his six seasons in College Station, he has compiled a 51-25 record -- but just a 25-22 mark in conference. The Aggies have not won more than eight games since 2013, Sumlin's second season on the job.
Nov 21 - 7:38 PM

Texas freshman CB Josh Thompson (concussion) took part in non-contact activities during Tuesday's practice.

Thompson (6'0/200) sat out Saturday's win over West Virginia while mending from the head injury. His status for Friday's showdown with Texas Tech has not yet been determined, but should receive some light in the coming days.
Nov 21 - 7:24 PM
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