CFB Preview: Teams Nos. 29-20

CFB Preview: Teams Nos. 29-20
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Nevada HC Jay Norvell indicated that the Wolf Pack could use more than one quarterback this season.

Heading into preseason camp, Norvell said that Cornwell was the starter "right now." He has not officially named his gunslinger for the coming campaign. Said Norvell on Monday, "Whoever starts, whether it’s David or Ty [Gangi], I just think that the other guy is going to play at some point and they have to both be ready." Gangi started four games last season, while Cornwell is fresh off a transfer from Alabama. Our money remains on Cornwell to ultimately land the gig.
Aug 21 - 5:01 PM

Stanford HC David Shaw compared USC redshirt sophomore QB Sam Darnold to former Cardinal QB Andrew Luck.

"He’s the best college quarterback I’ve seen at anticipating since Andrew Luck," Shaw said of the star USC quarterback. Shaw would know on the Luck front, having coached him up while serving as Stanford's offensive coordinator from 2007-2010. Darnold has the chops to follow in Luck's footsteps and land as the No. 1 overall selection next spring. "When you evaluate quarterbacks who can play at the next level," Shaw said, "you’re looking for guys who can see a play before it happens and get the ball out of their hands quick. He’s the best I’ve seen in years."
Source: ESPN.com
Aug 21 - 4:48 PM

Kentucky junior WR Dorian Baker has been diagnosed with an ankle fracture and dislocation.

Baker suffered the fracture and dislocation during the team's scrimmage on Saturday. He will be undergoing surgery on Tuesday to repair the damage. "We’re very disappointed for Dorian, as he had a good offseason and was helping lead our receivers during preseason camp," said HC Mark Stoops in a statement. Baker has not been officially ruled out for the season, but his availability for the campaign is now very much in question. Blake Bone, Tavin Richardson and Kayaune Ross are all potential candidates to see bulked up reps with Baker sidelined.
Aug 21 - 4:37 PM

Penn State redshirt freshman CB T.J. Johnson will transfer.

Johnson (6'2/180) ranked as Rivals' No. 59 cornerback in the 2016 class. After taking a redshirt for the past season, he made a minor mark during the Nittany Lions' spring game, recording five tackles and an interception. Penn State fields a deep rotation at cornerback and Johnson was on the outside looking in, there, as preseason camp began to heat up. Should he transfer within the FBS, he will have to sit out the 2017 season to satisfy NCAA transfer regulations.
Source: Land of 10
Aug 21 - 4:25 PM

Troy reinstated suspended redshirt sophomore RB Jamarius Henderson.

Henderson (5'11/210) was hit with a slap-on-the-wrist suspension on August 12 due to what HC Neal Brown referred to as a failure to "uphold the standards and expectations of our football program." Now that that bit of unpleasantness is behind him, Henderson will return to practice on Tuesday. A transfer from Memphis last August, the redshirt sophomore sat out the past campaign to satisfy NCAA regulations. He rushed for 320 yards and four touchdowns in 10 games with the Tigers back in 2015.
Aug 21 - 4:12 PM

Georgia Southern named redshirt freshman QB Shai Werts the starter for the coming season.

Werts (5'11/188) catapulted himself into the driver's seat with a strong spring and carried that work into preseason camp to earn the starting nod. He beat out LaBaron Anthony and Seth Shuman for the gig. 247Sports ranked him as the No. 37 dual-threat quarterback in the country for the 2016 cycle. During his final year in high school, he threw for 1,204 yards, rushed for 1,308 and scored 32 touchdowns.
Source: 247Sports
Aug 21 - 3:48 PM

Wisconsin junior LB Chris Orr is a leading candidate to help replace redshirt junior ILB Jack Cichy (knee).

Cichy tore his ACL in camp 10 days ago. The Badgers will likely be using a number of bodies to help fill that spot. Orr is one of them, having recovered from a torn ACL of his own which he sustained against LSU in the season-opener a year ago. Ryan Connelly is another probable option in this rotation. Realistically, they probably won't settle on an out-and-out replacement in the immediate future as they play around with their reserve linebacking corps.
Source: Land of 10
Aug 21 - 3:35 PM

Auburn junior WR Ryan Davis is currently in the lead for traditional slot-receiving work this season.

Davis (5'9/175) caught 25 passes for 194 yards and a touchdown last season. His main competition for slot duty comes from former walk-on Will Hastings, who was just recently awarded a scholarship.
Source: SEC Country
Aug 21 - 3:23 PM
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