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Baylor freshman RB Johnathan Lovett (toe) is day-to-day for the Bears ahead of their game against West Virginia.

Lovett (6'1/194) was able to earn the start last week against Oklahoma State, but apparently injured his toe at some point in that contest. JaMycal Hasty (knee) is back for the Bears, so if Lovett is unable to go, it most likely means more carries for Terrance Williams as his backup.
Oct 16 - 10:55 PM

Michigan State junior RB LJ Scott forced 10 missed tackles and ran for 91 yards after contact on Saturday against Minnesota.

Scott was considered questionable for the game against the Gophers, but you wouldn't know it watching him run on Saturday. The 6-foot-1, 230-pound bruiser ran around and through the Minnesota defense, as you can see from the stats above. The most impressive thing is that it came on a limited snap count. Scott should get more touches this week against Indiana
Oct 16 - 10:41 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline listed California senior DB Darius Allensworth a "sleeper" prospect in his Week 7 report.

The Cal defense has undergone a drastic improvement in 2017, and Allensworth (5'11/200) is one of the chief reasons for said improvement. He was everywhere in the 37-3 demolishing of Washington State on Friday, making plays on the ball and also timing blitzes. "I stamped him as a priority free agent after watching him since his sophomore season," Paulin said. "Suffering through an injury plagued 2016, Allensworth has once again displayed next-level ability though the first half of this season." Allensworth could be a quality slot-corner/hybrid safety for a team in the NFL next year.
Oct 16 - 10:28 PM

Wisconsin RB Chris James (leg) is questionable for Saturday's game against Maryland.

James (5'11/210) was forced to miss the game against Purdue with the leg injury. If he's unable to play, it'll once again be the Jonathan Taylor show (it's his world even if Taylor plays), with occasional appearances by Bradrick Shaw as his backup.
Oct 16 - 10:19 PM

Wisconsin senior WR Jazz Peavy (leg) is questionable for Saturday's game against Maryland.

Peavy (6'1/184) missed last week's game against Purdue with the injury. Three of the top five receivers are questionable for the Badgers, so this could be a massive target game for TE Troy Fumagalli and WR Quintez Cephus.
Oct 16 - 10:13 PM

Michigan redshirt senior DT Maurice Hurst was listed as Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline as a riser after his Week 7 performance against Indiana.

Hurst had 1.5 tackles for loss and a half a sack, and six tackles in total. Pauline notes that Hurst "fits into the late part of Round 1 and can line up as a three-technique tackle, a conventional tackle or even a 3-4 end in certain schemes." The ability to stop the run while being a competent pass-rusher is something teams are always looking for, and Hurst looks like he might be able to do just that at the highest level.
Oct 16 - 10:08 PM

Bowling Green HC Mike Jinks will announce who the starting QB for the Falcons against Northern Illinois will be by Tuesday.

Freshman QB Jarret Doege (back) return to practice on Monday, but James Morgan has started the past few weeks for the Falcons and played admirably, if not spectacularly. If Doege isn't close to 100 percent, it seems likely that Jinks will play things safe and go with Morgan.
Source: BCSN TV
Oct 16 - 10:00 PM

Washington junior T Trey Adams (ACL) will return for his senior season in 2018 for the Huskies.

Adams (6'8/327) is going to miss the rest of his junior season with the torn ACL, so it's not a giant surprise that the talented tackle will return to Washington for his senior season. This could obviously change based on medical reports/many other mitigating factor, but his return could be beneficial for both his draft stock in 2019 and the Huskies chances of competing for a national championship that year.
Oct 16 - 9:45 PM
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