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Northern Illinois senior RB Jordan Huff (ankle) will not play against Duke in the Quick Lane Bowl.

Huff injured the ankle against Western Michigan on November 15. He finishes his year with 740 yards on the ground with four touchdowns. Tre Harbison should be the featured tailback for the Huskies against the Blue Devils in the Quick Lane Bowl, which takes place on December 26.
Dec 15 - 3:12 PM

Ole Miss announced Friday that they will file an appeal on the bowl pan they received from the NCAA Infractions Committee.

The school had a self-imposed bowl ban for 2017, and will now appeal for the chance to play in a bowl -- assuming the Rebels qualify -- in 2018. The postseason ban comes after the Infractions Committee found that Mississippi committed 21 rules violations. The school also received a loss of scholarships, and former coach Hugh Freeze will have to serve a two-game conference ban if he returns to coaching.
Dec 15 - 2:58 PM

ESPN's Adam Rittenberg is hearing that Washington State defensive coordinator Alex Grinch could leave for another job after the Holiday Bowl.

Rittenberg says that Grinch is in high demand, and has interest from schools in the SEC and the Midwest. As good as Washington State's offense is, the key to the Cougar's turnaround over the past few seasons has been their defense, and Grinch's "Speed D" format has given Pac-12 offenses fits. It's no surprise that his services are in high demand, and Washington State will likely have to offer money they may not have to keep him in Pullman.
Dec 15 - 2:45 PM

Washington redshirt junior QB K.J. Carta-Samuels is meeting with Iowa State today, according to Steve Wiltfong of 247 Sports.

Carta-Samuels recently announced that he'll transfer from Washington as a graduate for his final year of eligibility, so he would be immediately eligible to play for whatever school he ends up at. There are also reports that Samuels will meet at Oregon State, which would set up a reunion with former Huskies offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith.
Dec 15 - 2:29 PM

Illinois sophomore WR Dominic Thieman will transfer.

Thieman makes the announcement on Twitter. He missed most of 2016 with a leg injury, and caught just 11 passes for the Illini in 2017. He'll have to sit out a year if he transfers to another FBS level, but he could be a candidate to get another year of eligibility because of the injury as a freshman.
Dec 15 - 2:15 PM

Four-star 2018 QB prospect Spencer Petras has flipped his commitment from Oregon State to Iowa.

Petras (6'5/207) chooses the Hawkeyes over the Beavers, and also had offers from Louisville, Cal and basically the entire Mountain West Conference. He has the prototypical size that teams love at the position, and his scouting reports cite his arm strength as a major asset, while noting that he's not fleet of foot and can make some questionable decisions.
Source: Land Of Ten
Dec 15 - 1:50 PM

A decision on if Michigan sophomore QB Shea Patterson can play in 2018 is expected in January or February.

Patterson and a select few other players transferring from Ole Miss following the NCAA infractions have hired attorney Thomas Mars to represent them. If Mars name sounds familiar, he's the lawyer who represented Houston Nutt in his lawsuit against, you guessed it, Ole Miss. Patterson has expressed confidence in his ability to play for the Wolverines next season recently, but will still have to go through the same appeal process that players -- and not coaches -- to find out.
Dec 15 - 1:26 PM
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Minnesota State Moorhead TE Damon Gibson accepted an invitation to play in the East-West Shrine Game.

Gibson was limited to just eight games in 2017, but still finished with 54 catches for 649 yards with three touchdowns. The year before, he was one of the best receivers in the country regardless of level; hauling in 17 touchdowns and 1,549 yards on 90 receptions. The East-West Shrine Game is a chance for Gibson to show he can separate and make these kind of plays against (much) better competition.
Dec 15 - 1:17 PM
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