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Michigan State senior RB Madre London will transfer as a graduate.

London (6'1/216) will be graduating from MSU in May and will be eligible to play immediately with his new program-to-be come the start of the 2018 season. While he's never been the most explosive back and was largely relegated to a backseat role over the past two campaigns -- rushing for 424 yards on 105 combined carries in that space -- this is a somewhat intriguing under-the-radar transfer. He never had a starting shot over LJ Scott in East Lansing and has next to no tread on his tires. If he lands in a spot where he'll receive real opportunities to play, he could end up with respectable numbers in the range of 700-800 yards. He rushed for 500 yards as a true freshman, so such output would not be completely beyond the pale.
Feb 9 - 4:22 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

Maryland redshirt sophomore QB Tyrrell Pigrome will take over as starter following the news of Kasim Hill's season-ending ACL injury.

Pigrome actually beat out Hill (and Max Bortenschlager and Caleb Henderson) in August 2017 for the starting job last season. But Pigrome tore his ACL in the opener, an upset win over Texas, and missed the rest of the season. This summer, Hill returned the favor and bested Pigrome for the starting job. Now, Pigrome will get another opportunity. Once the Gatorade Alabama High School Player of the Year, Pigrome has thrown for only 692 yards with a 5/4 TD/INT ratio in 114 attempts sprinkled over the past three years.
Nov 13 - 12:37 PM

Maryland HC Matt Canada confirmed that sophomore QB Kasim Hill tore his left ACL and will miss the remainder of the season.

Hill (6'2/234) missed most of last season after tearing his right ACL. Another long rehab process is coming and it would be a surprise if Hill was healthy enough to take snaps in September next year. He finishes this season with 1,083 passing yards and a 9/4 TD/INT ratio on 49.4% completions. Tyrrell Pigrome will take over under center.
Nov 13 - 12:30 PM

According to the ABC affiliate in Denver, Colorado will "part ways" with HC Mike MacIntyre at the end of this season.

Now in his sixth season in Boulder, MacIntyre has posted a 30-43 record and qualified for one bowl. The Colorado brass appears to have soured completely on him during the current five-game losing streak that followed a 5-0 start. Included in those five losses was the punting of a 31-3 second half lead against Oregon State that led to one of the biggest upsets of the season. The Buffs now must beat either Utah or California to qualify for a bowl game. Three years and about $10 million remain on MacIntyre's contract. Frankly, we're a little surprised that CU is pulling the plug. MacIntyre seemed to be building a sustainable model for regular bowl contention. The reason this season went south has less to do with him than the injury to all-world WR Laviska Shenault, which changed the complexion of the entire team.
Nov 13 - 12:04 PM

Transferring Clemson senior QB Kelly Bryant will announce his new school on December 4.

That will be a little under two weeks after Bryant makes his final official visit to Miami November 23-25. He's also taken visits to Arkansas, Missouri, UNC, and he's visiting Mississippi State on Saturday. The former Clemson starter has also unofficially visited Auburn. Wherever Bryant goes is getting a starter who took Clemson to the playoffs in 2017 and had the Tigers undefeated before making the switch to Trevor Lawrence. Long story short, this will be one of -- if not the -- biggest transfers of the year.
Nov 12 - 7:08 PM

Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports reports that there is mutual interest between Arizona State and former Sun Devils HC Todd Graham.

Well that's interesting. Graham had success with the Sun Devils; posting back-to-back 10-win seasons in 2013-14 and a 46-31 record in his time with the school. The 52-year-old has also built up a reputation of being difficult to deal with, and he left Arizona State after a 7-5 season that features its share of turmoil. Add Graham to Les Miles, Dan Enos and a handful of others who are considered candidates, but Miles is still considered the favorite at this point.
Source: CBS Sports
Nov 12 - 4:01 PM

Oklahoma State junior RB Justice Hill (ribs) has been cleared to play on Saturday against West Virginia.

According to head coach Mike Gundy, Hill underwent a CAT scan and x-rays, and there was no structural damage. Hill was forced to leave the high-scoring loss to Oklahoma last Saturday. Chuba Hubbard could be in for more carries against the Mountaineers to keep Hill fresh, but the talented junior should be ready to roll for the game against West Virginia.
Nov 12 - 3:36 PM

Florida State HC Willie Taggart declared redshirt junior QB Deondre Francois the starting quarterback for the rest of the season.

"He's not the issue with our football team," Taggart said. We tend to agree with Taggart. But there's also more going on here than meets the eye. True sophomore James Blackman has only appeared in four games this season and is eligible for a redshirt if he doesn't play in another game this season. Expect Francois and Blackman to engage in another quarterback derby next summer.
Source: War Chant
Nov 12 - 1:53 PM

Iowa State will not to appeal junior RB David Montgomery's suspension for the first half of Saturday's game against Texas.

Montgomery was ejected in the third quarter of Saturday's win over Baylor following a skirmish with Bears DE Greg Roberts. That fight will cost Montgomery the first two quarters of this weekend's tilt with the Longhorns. Kene Nwangwu will likely start against Texas.
Nov 12 - 1:43 PM

Indiana HC Tom Allen says sophomore WR Whop Philyor (ankle) is uncertain to return this season.

Philyor is suffering from not only the high-ankle sprain that we already knew about, but, per Allen, also a separate, unrelated injury. Philyor (5'11/180) originally suffered the injury in late September against Michigan State, a game in which he went off for a 13-148-1 line. Since then, he's played in only parts of two games.
Nov 12 - 1:13 PM

Duke junior S Dylan Singleton has been ruled out indefinitely with a broken left ankle.

Singleton underwent surgery on Sunday. He suffered the injury in Saturday's 42-35 victory over North Carolina. Singleton becomes the 15th Duke player with starting experience to miss at least one game this season due to injury.
Source: ESPN
Nov 12 - 12:12 PM




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