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Transferring Rice redshirt senior T Calvin Anderson is taking a visit to Auburn this weekend.

Anderson (6'5/300) started 36 consecutive games at left tackle to close out his career with the Owls. He announced his transfer intent in early January. Since then, Michigan, Texas, Oklahoma, TCU and Auburn have all emerged as contenders to land the tackle stalwart. The Austin native indicated at the beginning of February that Michigan and Texas are currently his two leaders in the clubhouse. Auburn has a strong pitch, though, as they have an immediate vacancy at left tackle.
Source: SEC Country
Feb 9 - 11:26 AM

Western Michigan redshirt junior RB LeVante Bellamy rushed for 213 yards and a touchdown on 35 carries in Tuesday's 42-41 overtime loss to Ball State.

In a fun, high-scoring bout of Tuesday MACtion, Bellamy turned in a career-best performance in which he averaged 6.1 YPC with a long run of 17 yards. Alas for the WMU faithful, his final touch of the game came when he was stuffed on a two-point conversion attempt in overtime. The Broncos could have kicked the extra point, there, to tie up the game and send it onwards to a second overtime period, but HC Tim Lester opted to go for the win instead. No such luck. Setting aside the sour end result, Bellamy has now rushed for 1,120 yards and six touchdowns across 11 games played. Western Michigan will finish up its regular-season campaign against NIU next Tuesday.
Nov 13 - 9:51 PM

The Detroit News' Angelique Chengelis hears that Kansas is considering former UCLA OC Jedd Fisch as an option to fill its vacant head-coaching position.

Fisch was hired by UCLA to serve as offensive coordinator in the winter of 2017 after spending the previous two years as Michigan's passing-game coordinator. He bounced to the NFL following the 2017 campaign and is currently an offensive analyst with the Los Angeles Rams. His lone experience working as a head coach in any capacity came late last fall, after Jim Mora was canned. He served as interim head honcho for two games in that spot. The vast majority of Fisch's experience has come at the NFL level. Les Miles remains the name most heavily bandied about for KU's open job, but another one to keep an eye on, here.
Nov 13 - 7:59 PM

In the latest release of the College Football Playoff rankings, Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame and Michigan slotted in at Nos. 1-4.

Those same four teams in that order paced the Playoff rankings in last week's incarnation. In fact, the rankings were without any movement at all in the top 10. Following up the above quartet (in order) are Georgia, Oklahoma, LSU, Washington State, West Virginia and Ohio State. We might not see much movement in next week's rankings, either, at least barring a Syracuse upset of Notre Dame, but after Thanksgiving, things will be different -- among the games scheduled for the final weekend of the regular season, Alabama-Auburn, Michigan-Ohio State, Washington State-Washington and Oklahoma-West Virginia.

Appalachian State redshirt senior RB Jalin Moore (ankle) has accepted an invitation to the Reese's Senior Bowl.

Moore (5'11/205) was lost for the season due to a fractured, dislocated ankle sustained against Arkansas State in mid-October. He subsequently underwent surgery and was facing an initial 8-12 recovery timetable, so on the shorter side of that, he would likely be able to play in the Senior Bowl come the end of January. Moore's career at Appalachian State was a prolific one which saw him top 1,000 yards rushing in two seasons of his four active seasons. For NFL purposes, he will be fighting it out for a Day 3 selection come the spring. Medical checks will be of the utmost importance once the predraft process gets underway this winter.
Nov 13 - 7:14 PM

LSU received a verbal commitment from five-star 2019 RB John Emery.

Emery (6'0/200) was committed to Georgia for a four-month stretch before reopening his recruitment in late October. This is a clutch pledge for Tigers HC Ed Orgeron and staff, as the 247Sports composite ranks the Destrehan, Louisiana, native as the No. 21 overall prospect -- and No. 2 running back -- in the 2019 class. LSU is very much stocking up at the position, having long ago picked up a commitment from four-star RB Tyrion Davis.
Nov 13 - 6:59 PM

Virginia Tech redshirt junior DE Houshun Gaines will miss the remainder of the season due to a torn ACL.

Gaines (6'3/235) tore his ACL in Saturday's loss to Pittsburgh. He won't play against Miami or Virginia to close out the regular season, nor would he be available for bowl work if the 4-5 Hokies can sneak into postseason proceedings over the next two weeks. The redshirt junior ends his 2018 season having recorded 22 tackles (5.0 for loss), 4.5 sacks and a fumble forced across nine games played. While HC Justin Fuente expressed optimism that Gaines will be back in full-force next season, whether that would be at the collegiate or pro level is an open question. Gaines is eligible to declare for the draft this winter. He should be considered a borderline Day 2 prospect.
Nov 13 - 4:30 PM

Oregon senior WR Tabari Hines will take a redshirt for the season and transfer.

Hines (5'10/170) is on the move once more. He first transferred over from Wake Forest to oregon during the offseason. The wideout has not traveled with the Ducks for any of their last three games and ends his short tenure in Eugene having caught three passes for 32 yards and a touchdown. He will redshirt for this year and be eligible to play immediately at his new home-to-be come the start of the 2019 season.
Nov 13 - 3:58 PM

Minnesota HC P.J. Fleck said that senior RB Shannon Brooks (knee) faces a "lengthy" recovery.

Brooks (6'0/215) has already been ruled out for the remainder of the campaign due to a right knee injury sustained against Indiana on Oct. 27. He underwent surgery to repair the injury last week. The senior will be taking a redshirt for the current campaign, which will allow him to return for his final season of eligibility in Minneapolis next year. Mohamed Ibrahim will see the bulk of work against Northwestern and Wisconsin to wrap up the regular season.
Nov 13 - 3:00 PM

Ohio State HC Urban Meyer said that the university is considering legal action against Stadium reporter Brett McMurphy.

McMurphy reported on Tuesday that the precipitating incident that led to the transfer of OSU WR Trevon Grimes was an exchange with former WR coach Zach Smith in September of 2017 in which Smith allegedly used racial epithets. This was told to McMurphy by Grimes' father. The wideout transferred to Florida last winter. Meyer is being accused of helping to cover up all of this reported ugliness. He responded to that accusation on Tuesday, calling it, "the most preposterous thing I've ever heard" and then passing along the kicker -- that Ohio State was exploring legal avenues in which to possibly go after McMurphy. If you'll recall, it was also McMurphy's reporting which in part opened the door for Meyer's three-game suspension to open the season.
Nov 13 - 2:38 PM

Colorado AD Rick George said that no decision has been made as of yet regarding the future of HC Mike MacIntyre.

A report from an ABC affiliate in Denvers surfaced on Monday which had MacIntyre facing the axe at the end of the season. At least for now, George is not publicly committing to the coach's termination. Said the AD, "We do comment on speculation or unsubstantiated rumors with anonymous sources. Let me just say I have made no decisions regarding the future of our football program." MacIntyre would be owed a buyout of $10-plus million if he is fired without cause. The Buffs are currently in the midst of a five-game losing streak, with one of those losses coming in spectacularly implosive fashion against Oregon State after CU had worked out to a 31-3 lead. Colorado will finish out the campaign with contests against Utah and Cal. Stay tuned.
Source: 247Sports
Nov 13 - 2:19 PM

Western Kentucky HC Mike Sanford's future at the school "hinges largely on the outcomes of his team’s final two games," according to the Bowling Green Daily News.

The report goes on to state that Sanford will likely be retained if the Hilltoppers (1-9 overall, 0-6 Conference USA) win each of their last two games, a home date with UTEP and a road trip to Louisiana Tech. "On the other hand, WKU is expected to fire the second-year coach following the season should his team lose both and finish 1-11," it continues. "Sanford’s future if the Hilltoppers split those two contests is unclear." Sanford's tenure has been a disaster. He's 7-16 through 23 games and has in two short years managed to halt in its tracks all the momentum Jeff Brohm had built. WKU would owe Sanford a $1.2 million buyout if he’s fired after the season.
Nov 13 - 12:55 PM




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