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UCLA redshirt sophomore QB Devon Modster will transfer.

In his Twitter announcement, Modster (6'1/250) thanked former Bruins HC Jim Mora -- who recruited him -- for the opportunity he had been afforded. This is as logical a decision as you'll see. Setting aside Wilton Speight, who is a quarterbacking one-off, Modster has clearly fallen behind true freshman Dorian Thompson-Robinson in the eyes of the coaching staff. He's yet to attempt a pass this season, and that's even with Speight missing the last two games, both of which ended as blowouts. Modster did have one touch of time in the sun last season, when the former four-star recruit filled in for an injured Josh Rosen to throw for 671 yards with a 4/0 TD/INT ratio while seeing the field in five games.
Sep 21 - 4:17 PM

San Diego State junior RB Juwan Washington (toe) is expected to play in Saturday's game against Eastern Michigan.

Washington (5'7/190) is dealing with a bout of turf toe (on the left hoof) and was held out of practice early in the week, but Kirk Kenney of the San Diego Union-Tribune hears that the junior standout was able to practice during Thursday's closed session. Barring a late setback, he should be good to go versus EMU. Washington has stepped right up to replace Rashaad Penny without issue this season, rumbling for 452 yards (5.2 YPC) and five touchdowns through three games. He's topped 135 yards in every game this year, with two of those contests seeing him go off for more than 155 yards.
Sep 21 - 3:46 PM

Appalachian State and HC Scott Satterfield have agreed to a two-year contract extension.

This extension will keep Satterfield at the helm of the Appalachian State ship through the 2023 season should he stay on for the duration. Well deserved, this one. The Mountaineers have been the model of positive consistency since jumping up from the FCS. They've won back-to-back Sun Belt titles under Satterfield, with his teams posting a 42-23 record over the past three seasons. They've been even sharper in their last 47 games, going 37-10 over that stretch. The only other teams to have bettered his record in that space? Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Wisconsin.
Sep 21 - 3:04 PM

Alabama HC Nick Saban said that he plans on continuing to play both sophomore QB Tua Tagovailoa and junior QB Jalen Hurts moving forward.

Hurts has already appeared in three games this season. More than four is the drop dead point for a redshirt under the new rule. It had been reported earlier this month that Hurts and Alabama had an agreement that he would redshirt for the current campaign barring an injury to Tagovailoa. Said Saban, "We needed both quarterbacks last year, and we’ll need them both again this year." Regardless of whether or not Hurts ends up passing the redshirt redline this season, he's on track to graduate in December, after which we'll almost certainly see a transfer. It's just a matter of whether he'll have one year of eligibility remaining with his new program or two.
Source: ESPN.com
Sep 21 - 12:33 PM

Clemson redshirt senior LB Kendall Joseph (groin) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against Georgia Tech.

Joseph (6'0/230) sustained a groin injury during practice this week. It's significant enough that he is not traveling with the team for Saturday's showdown with the Yellow Jackets. The redshirt senior linebacker had started all three of Clemson's previous contests, recording 11 tackles, a sack and a pass breakup in that space. With Joseph at least temporarily down for the count, it could mean additional opportunity for J.D. Davis and Shaq Smith.
Source: Tiger Net
Sep 21 - 12:22 PM

Temple senior RB Ryquell Armstead rushed for 108 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries in Thursday's 31-17 win over Tulsa.

Armstead (5'11/205) boosted Temple to a 21-7 lead when he notched a 22-yard touchdown run -- his first of the season -- with 3:19 remaining in the first half. After a lost season spent wondering in the statistical wilderness in 2017, Armstead has come out in impressive style this time around, topping 100 yards rushing in each of his last three games. He managed to top that mark only one time last autumn. Through four total contests, the senior back has rushed for 364 yards. He's already over halfway home to surpassing his rushing total from last season. Up next on the docket, Armstead and his Owl teammates will try for an upset of Boston College in Week 5.
Sep 20 - 11:04 PM

Tulsa junior RB Corey Taylor rushed for 96 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries in Thursday's 31-17 loss to Temple.

Taylor (5'10/218) took on his biggest workload of the season on Thursday, due in part to the fact that Shamari Brooks was limited by an ankle injury throughout. He made the most of his opportunities, scoring from three and five yards out in the first and fourth quarters, respectively. The latter touchdown pulled Tulsa to within 28-17 on the scoreboard, but they would draw no closer before the end of the contest. Through four games, Taylor has now rushed for 259 yards and three touchdowns. The Golden Hurricane will be off on bye in Week 5 -- that will give Brooks a little extra time to rest up -- before they resume play against Houston on Thursday, Oct. 4.
Sep 20 - 10:57 PM

ESPN's Steve Coughlin is hearing that Notre Dame might start redshirt sophomore QB Ian Book against Wake Forest on Saturday.

While speaking on his 'Stanford Steve & The Bear' podcast, Coughlin cited "a couple of sources" who had informed him that the Irish are weighing the option of starting Book over Brandon Wimbush this weekend. That wouldn't come as a huge surprise to us given Wimbush's career struggles as a passer. He's completing just 55.3% of his passes this season and has thrown one touchdown against four interceptions in three games this season. Irish HC Brian Kelly was asked twice on Thursday who would be starting versus the Demon Deacons, and Kelly would only offer that both Wimbush and Book would see time in the game. In his most notable career spot of action, Book completed 14-of-19 passes for 164 yards and two touchdowns after relieving an ineffective Wimbush in bowl action against LSU this past winter.
Source: The Spun
Sep 20 - 6:01 PM

Nebraska has scheduled a game against Bethune-Cookman on Oct. 27 to make up for their weathered-out opener against Akron.

Nebraska and Akron had their Week 1 matchup scuttled due to lightning, and while both athletic directors were hoping to potentially schedule a makeup affair for later in the campaign, the scheduling alignment apparently just didn't work out. Bethune-Cookman will receive a sweet $800,000 payday for accepting this late October date in Lincoln.
Source: huskers.com
Sep 20 - 5:36 PM

Rivals' Bryan Matthews reports that Auburn junior WR Nate Craig-Myers has left the team and will transfer.

Per Matthews, Craig-Myers met with Tigers HC Gus Malzahn on Thursday to tell him of his decision to move on from the program. The 6-foot-3, 208-pound junior has started each of Auburn's three games this season, but in that space, he has caught just two passes for 39 yards. After enrolling with much promise as a four-star recruit in the 2016 class, Craig-Myers exits stage left the owner of a career receiving line of 22-394-4. It's not yet known whether he'll be transferring as a graduate. We could see freshman Seth Williams see an uptick in work moving forward with Craig-Myers on the go.
Source: Rivals
Sep 20 - 5:15 PM

Cal coach Justin Wilcox announced that redshirt sophomore LB Cameron Goode (lower-body) has been ruled out for the remainder of the season.

The injury occurred in the season-opening win over North Carolina, a game Goode impacted in a big way with a 38-yard pick-six. He's missed the Bears' last two games. No details were provided about the nature of Goode’s injury or whether he'll need surgery. But HC Justin Wilcox said he expects Goode to be healthy by spring workouts. This is the second straight year that Goode's season has ended prematurely with an injury.
Sep 20 - 4:13 PM

Western Kentucky redshirt junior RB Marquez Trigg will transfer.

A program spokesman confirmed Trigg has left the program. Trigg said in a Twitter post that he will graduate in December and transfer at that time, which will allow him to play immediately next season, his final year of eligibility. Trigg actually started the opener against Wisconsin but things derailed from there. Through three games, he had carried the ball only nine times for 12 yards (1.3 yards per carry).
Sep 20 - 2:35 PM




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