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Michigan junior QB Shea Patterson has not made a decision regarding his NFL future.

Patterson is draft-eligible and could bounce with the 2019 QB class thought of as weak, but Patterson isn't considered a high draft pick, so a return to school is certainly possible. Patterson did commit to playing in Michigan's bowl game against Georgia and so did Chase Winovich. Perhaps his performance in the bowl game will dictate his decision, but Patterson has plans to talk to Harbaugh before a final decision is made.
Dec 9 - 6:06 PM

Ole Miss hired former Colorado HC Mike MacIntyre as defensive coordinator.

It's a three-year deal worth $1.5 million per season. This is not too surprising of a landing spot considering MacIntyre spent four seasons at Ole Miss as an assistant from 1999 to 2002. MacIntyre's defenses at Colorado have ranked 68th, 74th, and 20th in points allowed in the last three seasons and any of those rankings would be an improvement to Ole Miss' 115th ranking this year. MacIntyre is a former AP Coach of the Year (2016), so this is a big hire for the Rebels.
Dec 9 - 5:56 PM

Colorado sophomore WR Laviska Shenault (toe) underwent surgery.

Shenault (6'2/220) battled a turf toe injury for the second half of the 2018 season, but he was in visible discomfort after returning from missed games. The surgery will keep Shenault out of spring football, but he will have plenty of time to recover for the 2019 season. When healthy, Shenault is one of the most dynamic players in the country. Shenault is a candidate to be the No. 1 receiver in the 2020 draft class.
Dec 9 - 5:39 PM

Utah State re-hired Gary Andersen as head coach.

Andersen was Utah State's head coach from 2009 to 2012 and was named the Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2012 after leading the Aggies to an 11-2 record. Since that season, Andersen has coached at Wisconsin, Oregon State, and Utah. Utah State AD John Hartwell said Andersen's knowledge of the program is "unparalleled" and they are confident that Andersen will bring continued growth to Utah State, who is playing North Texas in the New Mexico Bowl next week.
Dec 9 - 5:30 PM

TCU sophomore QB Shawn Robinson will transfer according to 247 Sports' sources.

Robinson (6'2/228) had a rough season for the Horned Frogs and it ended with Robinson undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery. In seven games this season, Robinson tossed nine touchdowns with eight interceptions, but Robinson has some talent if he can put it all together. Perhaps a new coaching staff can help him develop, but he will not be eligible to play in games for one season. With Robinson heading out, Justin Rogers and Michael Collins will compete for the starting quarterback spot this offseason.
Source: 247 Sports
Dec 9 - 5:17 PM

Washington redshirt senior TE Drew Sample has accepted an invitation to the Reese's Senior Bowl.

Sample (6'5/251) took a step forward as a receiver in 2018. As a junior, Sample caught seven passes across five games, but he caught 23 passes for 251 yards and two touchdowns this season. The Athletic's Dane Brugler calls Sample a third or fourth round draft pick, but he will have a chance to rise up draft boards with a good showing at the Senior Bowl and at the combine. Analytically-driven teams will not like Sample's 7.6 yards per target.
Dec 9 - 5:04 PM

West Virginia senior TE Trevon Wesco accepted an invitation to the Reese's Senior Bowl.

At first glance, Wesco's production is just average -- he caught 24 passes for 352 yards and one touchdown -- but it's eye opening when considering he was only targeted 26 times. That means he caught 92% of his targets and averaged a ridiculous 13.5 yards per target. Wesco showed off his athleticism by making a great one-handed catch against Oklahoma State (video in the link below) and he'll get to showcase it for NFL scouts during the Reese's Senior Bowl. Wesco (6'4/274) is a Day 3 candidate.
Dec 9 - 4:53 PM

UCLA promotes OL coach Justin Frye to offensive coordinator.

Chip Kelly will, of course, be the master mind at UCLA, but this is a big promotion for the offesnive line coach. Frye has been in Los Angeles for just one season, and his presence was certainly felt late in the season, especially in the Bruins' rushing attack. Before being brought on by Chip Kelly, Frye spent five seasons with Boston College. Bruce Feldman described Frye as "highly thought of in coaching circles."
Dec 9 - 4:41 PM
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