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Colorado State HC Mike Bobo would not rule out redshirt sophomore QB Collin Hill (ACL) for the team's opener against Hawaii.

"He’s ahead of schedule with everything," Bobo said of Hill's recovery, adding that even if the 6-foot-5, 210-pound redshirt sophomore isn't quite ready to go when the season boots up on Aug. 25. Hill tore his left ACL playing pickup basketball in early March, just days before spring practice was set to begin. He had also previously torn the ACL in that same knee in 2016. While that's a lot of trauma and recovery placed on one specific part of the body, it sounds like there's real hope that Hill might be able to ease his way into practice action during August camp at some juncture. While all of this is quite encouraging, it's very much a wait-and-see situation. Washington transfer K.J. Carta-Samuels should still be considered the odds-on favorite to start versus the Warriors.
Jul 11 - 11:59 AM

Memphis junior RB Darrell Henderson rushed for 188 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries in Saturday's 52-35 win over South Alabama.

Henderson (5'9/200) has back-to-back-to-back games with at least 188 rushing yards. That's really running the football. The junior's highlight run came on a 52-yard touchdown scamper in the fourth quarter to extend the Tigers lead to 18 points. Through four games, Henderson is now averaging 177 rushing yards on 14.5 carries per game. Let's see if he can extend his 188+ rushing yard streak next week against Tulane, but his 12.2 yards per carry is unbelievable.
Sep 23 - 12:25 AM

Wisconsin junior QB Alex Hornibrook completed 17-of-22 passes for 205 yards and three touchdowns in Saturday's 28-17 win over Iowa.

The Badgers trailed 17-14 with 5:40 remaining in the fourth quarter when they started into their go-ahead scoring drive. On that drive, Hornibrook completed 5-of-5 passes, wrapping it with a 17-yard scoring toss to A.J. Taylor. That score came with just over a minute left in the game. Wisconsin would add one more touchdown before contest's end to provide the final margin of victory. Hornibrook is rarely tasked with carrying the team, but he did a beautiful job, here, with his team on the verge of losing two straight games. The Badgers will take their bye next weekend, with a home date against Nebraska showing on the schedule after that.
Sep 23 - 12:21 AM

Kentucky junior RB Benny Snell rushed 26 times for 165 yards and four touchdowns in Saturday's 28-7 romp against Mississippi State.

Snell has been a beast, racking up at least 125 rushing yards in each of his three meetings against FBS opponents this season. He has seven rushing scores overall this season, and as long as he stays healthy the Wildcats look to be a tough out in the SEC. Snell could become the first Kentucky running back to lead the SEC in rushing since Artose Pinner posted 1,414 yards in 2002. He could also challenge the single-season record for Kentucky, when Moe Williams gobbled up 1,600 yards in 1995. Next up is a home battle against South Carolina.
Sep 23 - 12:19 AM

Oregon junior WR Dillon Mitchell snagged an impressive 14 passes for 239 yards in a 38-31 overtime loss to Stanford on Saturday.

This was impressive. Mitchell battled a leg injury, but he was able to come back, and to say that he was Justin Herbert's top target is the understatement of the season. He had a long of 53 yards, but there were several big connections between Herbert and Mitchell (6'2/189), including a fourth-and-one pass for 16 yards that put Oregon at the one and set up a rushing score that made it 31-21 late in the fourth. Unfortunately for the Ducks, it wasn't enough. Mitchell will try to come close to this output next Saturday when Oregon faces off against Cal.
Sep 23 - 12:05 AM

Iowa junior TE Noah Fant caught three passes for 29 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's 28-17 loss to Wisconsin.

Don't let the final score of this one fool you, it was a tight contest throughout until Wisconsin scored a pair of touchdowns in the closing moments of the game to overcome a 17-14 fourth-quarter deficit. Fant did not destroy the universe on a pure yardage front -- fellow TE T.J. Hockenson actually led the position in yardage with three catches for 115 yards -- but his second touchdown very nearly delivered Iowa to an upset win. That latter touchdown came right at the goal line with under two minutes remaining in the third quarter. Alas, victory just wasn't to be for the Kinnick faithful. Fant has now caught scores in three of four games (he's up to four total touchdowns) to go with a nice 169 yards receiving for the campaign. Iowa will lick its wounds from this one while they're on bye next weekend, with a road date against Minnesota awaiting them after they've had their little rest.
Sep 22 - 11:58 PM

Oregon junior QB Justin Herbert completed 27-of-33 passes for 334 yards with a touchdown and interception in a 38-31 loss to Stanford in overtime on Saturday.

These stats don't even begin to tell you how accurate Herbert was in this game. At one point he was 25-of-27, and four incomplete passes came in overtime with the Ducks trailing 38-31 and desperate for a score. That's where the interception happened as well, and it was a tipped pass on fourth down. Outside of that, the 6-foot-5, 233-pound quarterback was outstanding, playing arguably the best game of his collegiate career. It just came up short. Oregon will take on Cal next Saturday.
Sep 22 - 11:56 PM

Stanford senior RB Bryce Love ran 19 times for 89 yards and a touchdown in a 38-31 victory over Oregon on Saturday in overtime.

We have an early contender for game of the year. Oregon led at one point 24-7, but Stanford was able to battle back and get the come-from-behind victory in Autzen. Love wasn’t other-worldly, but he made several big plays to help the Cardinal get the comeback, including a score that made it 24-21. The Ducks -- like everyone else -- keyed in on the 2017 Heisman runner-up, but he’s so athletic and instinctive that he’s going to get his. Stanford and Love have another monster game next week when they take on Notre Dame next Saturday.
Sep 22 - 11:52 PM

Florida redshirt sophomore QB Feleipe' Franks completed 9-of-18 passes for 172 yards and three touchdowns in Saturday's 47-21 win over Tennessee.

The Florida Gators just let Tennessee beat themselves on Saturday; the Volunteers finished with six turnovers. Regardless of how bad Tennessee looked tonight, Franks played well as he averaged 9.5 yards per attempt, threw for three touchdowns, and also ran for a score. Franks (6'6/240) hasn't been completing passes consistently (52.6%) but the Gators have been creating big plays which has helped Franks passing numbers. Florida have a tough game on the road against Mississippi State next Saturday.
Sep 22 - 11:25 PM

Indiana sophomore WR Whop Philyor hauled in 13 passes for 148 yards and a touchdown in a 35-21 loss to Michigan State on Saturday.

Well, that was a bit unexpected. Philyor has been an active part of the Indiana passing game, but this was a dominant effort against the Spartans, albeit in a loss. There were plenty of short-yardage catches, but he also had a 65-yard touchdown from Peyton Ramsey, so it wasn’t just a dink-and-dunk effort. We’ll see if Philyor is active again like this against the Rutgers defense next Saturday.
Sep 22 - 11:17 PM

Texas Tech freshman QB Alan Bowman completed 35-of-46 passes for 397 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions in Saturday's 41-17 road upset win over Oklahoma State.

Bowman and the Red Raiders did what they do best. Score points in a hurry. Coming off a National Player of the Week performance last week, Bowman was asked to throw the ball 46 times, and he did so efficiently. The freshman quarterback averaged 8.6 yards per attempt, and his aerial threat opened up lanes for the running backs who scored three touchdowns. With another big yardage game and more importantly with another win, Bowman is really separating himself over the injured McLane Carter. The Red Raiders host Will Grier and the West Virginia Mountaineers next Saturday. It wouldn't be surprising if there was 750+ combined passing yards in that game.
Sep 22 - 10:51 PM

UNLV redshirt sophomore QB Armani Rogers rushed for 181 yards and a touchdown while completing 5-of-21 passes for 23 yards and three interceptions in Saturday's 27-20 loss to Arkansas State.

Rogers (6'5/225) was essentially unstoppable as a runner, but even with his transcendent performance rushing, his mistakes proved incredibly costly. Most notably, he was picked off on UNLV's second-to-last possession of the game to put the Rebels in a major crunch late. The team ultimately turned the ball over on downs on its final possession. Rogers had actually done a nice job protecting the ball as a passer prior to this letdown, as he entered action on Saturday having thrown just one pick against six touchdown passes. His passing is just window dressing in this offense, and the redshirt sophomore has been nothing short of dynamite when tucking and running this season. His 181-yard performance versus Arkansas State marked a season high in rushing yardage, as well as his third consecutive game of at least 100 yards on the ground. UNLV will be off on bye next weekend, with a home showdown against New Mexico State showing next on the schedule after the team resumes play.
Sep 22 - 10:38 PM




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