According to 247Sports.com, Texas A&M freshman WR Speedy sustained an injury to the MCL in his left knee during the win over Rice Saturday.
The 5-foot-11, 190-pound Noil is currently the Aggies’ third leading receiver with 12 receptions for 197 yards and a touchdown. In Noil's absence, he will be replaced by redshirt sophomore Edward Pope who has 10 receptions for 167 yards and two touchdowns on the season.
Mountaineer Sports Network's Tony Caridi reports that West Virginia redshirt sophomore Brandon Napoleon "is out for the season" as he "underwent season-ending knee surgery" on Tuesday.
The Mountaineers prospect had three tackles contributing mainly on special teams as a redshirt freshman, and was expected to compete for playing time this fall at the cornerback position.
Athens Banner-Herald's Marc Weiszer reports that Georgia WRs Justin Scott-Wesley and Malcolm Mitchell are "very doubtful" for Saturday’s game versus Troy.
Mitchell has not played since suffering a knee injury in last season's opener against Clemson, while Scott-Wesley hasn't played since the Tennessee game last October. Both Georgia wide receivers are coming off of ACL injuries.
AP's Tim Reynolds reports that redshirt freshman QB Kevin Olsen "is no longer" enrolled at the University of Miami.
The former four-star recruit had previously been suspended for a failed drug test and recently was suspended by the Hurricanes for a third time. Olsen was charged Monday morning with a DUI and having a fake or stolen driver's license. Last year there were reports that surfaced that head coach Al Golden was not pleased with Olsen's development, while some mentioned him as the team's possible starter this summer. In another tweet Reynolds added that, "Olsen considered a transfer earlier this season anyway, so this is zero surprise, especially after the latest chapter."
Miami redshirt senior QB Ryan Williams has been cleared by doctors following a right ACL tear this spring.
Brad Kaaya is still entrenched as the starter, but the Canes really lack backup passers after Kevin Olsen's suspension and Jake Heaps' struggles. Williams has played sporadically throughout his career and should not receive a large number of snaps if things go according to plan.
One source told the AP's Tim Reynolds it would be a "total surprise" if redshirt freshman QB Kevin Olsen is still on Miami's football team on Tuesday.
"For as furious as Al Golden has to be with Kevin Olsen, it says something that he spoke repeatedly about concern for the kid's well-being," Reynolds added. Golden told reporters he was disappointed in Olsen's development last year and later suspended the quarterback following a failed drug test. Olsen was arrested on a DUi charge over the weekend.
Miami sophomore WR Stacy Coley is wearing a non-contact jersey in practice this week.
Coley did not play in last week's game against Arkansas State after injuring his shoulder against Florida A&M. In his absence, Herb Waters and Braxton Berrios have stepped up, while Phillip Dorsett has emerged as a big play threat.
West Virginia sophomore CB Daryl Worley has been suspended for an undisclosed violation of team rules.
No further details were disclosed. Worley started all three games this season, recording two interceptions during that time. Senior Ishmael Banks had been suspended for the first three games, so his expected return comes at the right time. West Virginia hosts Oklahoma this week.