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Washington received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 CB Trent McDuffie.

McDuffie picks the Huskies over schools like USC, Stanford and Oregon. He was considered a lean for Washington for some time, but it's now official. It's an important get for a secondary that is (likely) to lose several quality players, including starting corners Jordan Miller and Byron Murphy. The Huskies have plenty of talented recruits waiting in the wings, but McDuffie (5'11/186) is rated the eighth best corner in the class, so he could be an immediate contributor.
Dec 12 - 9:04 PM

Miami DC Manny Diaz will be introduced as the new head coach of Temple at a press conference on Thursday.

It was reported earlier Wednesday that Diaz was entering finalizing negotiations to become the new coach. Sounds like those negotiations went well. Diaz has led some outstanding defenses in his time as a coordinator with Miami, Texas and Mississippi State, but this will be his first chance to operate as a head coach. He replaces Geoff Collins, who took the Georgia Tech opening earlier in December.
Dec 12 - 9:00 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2019 LB Daniel Heimuli won't sign with a college until February.

Heimuli had several visits lined up this fall, but because of the fires in California, he had to postpone those trips. Instead, he'll take official trips to schools in the winter. He's rated the 14th best inside linebacker in the class, and he has a top five of Alabama, Utah, Oregon, UCLA and Washington; with the Huskies considered favorites at this point.
Source: 247 Sports
Dec 12 - 8:46 PM

BuffZone.com reporter Brian Howell reports that Colorado will hire Georgia defensive analyst Tyson Summers as the new defensive coordinator.

If Summers' name sounds familiar, you might remember that he was the head coach at Georgia Southern until October of 2017. He was fired after the Eagles fell to 0-6 that year, and he recorded a 5-13 record in his two years at the school. Prior to getting that job, Summers was the defensive coordinator at Colorado State, so he should know the area well. He'll be working under Mel Tucker -- he himself a former defensive coordinator -- so it's likely that Tucker will be the defensive playcaller for the Buffs in 2019. He's the second Georgia analyst to come with Tucker, with Jay Johnson being named offensive coordinator earlier in December.
Dec 12 - 8:29 PM

Ohio State redshirt junior RB Mike Weber is undecided on whether or not he'll enter the 2019 NFL Draft.

Weber told beat writer Dan Hope that he felt the 2018 season went "decent" for him, but that he hasn't played up to his potential. Part of that could be due to the fact that he's had to share carries with sophomore star J.K. Dobbins, but he still managed to put up 858 yards and score five touchdowns for the 12-1 Buckeyes. The Rose Bowl comes next, but we wouldn't be surprised if Weber's carries after that came in the NFL -- or perhaps a different program.
Dec 12 - 8:14 PM

North Alabama senior S Chris Johnson accepted an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game.

Johnson (6'3/200) appeared in 10 games for the Lions, and intercepted two passes and made 47 tacles. He's been on radars for a while, and is viewed as one of the best small-school safeties because of his size and ability to close on defenders. Playing well in the Shrine Game will help alleviate concerns about his level of competition.
Dec 12 - 8:05 PM

Former Kansas State HC Bill Snyder will receive a $3 million contract buyout despite retiring.

Snyder retired last week, so technically, the Wildcats owed him nothing. "The buyout is just something I wanted to do," Athletic director Gene Taylor said on Wednesday. "I think he deserved it for everything he has done." Snyder leaves with a career record of 215 wins and 117 losses, and is responsible for making Kansas State a respectable program.
Dec 12 - 7:56 PM

ESPN's Adam Rittenberg gave UCF HC Josh Heupel an "A" grade for his first season with UCF.

He's one of two new coaches that got the top mark, joining Georgia State HC Chad Lunsford. It would be impossible to call his first year as a head coach anything but a success, as he has led the Knights to a 13-0 record and a trip to the Fiesta Bowl. As Rittenberg points out, there was a lot of skepticism with this hiring, and while he undoubtedly owes Scott Frost a lot of gratitude for leaving him such a talented roster, there's no doubt that Heupel looks like the real deal so far.
Source: ESPN
Dec 12 - 7:44 PM
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