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Giants selected Western Michigan CB Sam Beal with a third-round pick in the 2018 supplemental draft.

The G-Men will surrender a 2019 third-round pick to take Beal here. At 6'1/185, Beal was forced to leave Western Michigan for academic reasons. He was projected as a top-five player at his position heading into next year's draft, so this could be a steal for the Giants if it pans out. Beal has yet to turn 22 years old and is fresh off a 4.47 forty and 37-inch vertical at his Pro Day. Beal should compete with the likes of William Gay for snaps behind Janoris Jenkins and possibly Eli Apple. The talent is there for Beal to make an immediate impact, though corner is a tough NFL transition. Beal is obviously already behind after not taking part in spring work.
Jul 11 - 1:44 PM

Houston junior QB D'Eriq King was carted off the sideline after sustaining an injury in the second quarter of Thursday's game against Tulane.

Uh oh. King limped off the field after being injured on a simple handoff near the goal-line and subsequently required a cart to leave the sideline. The junior signal-caller was not touched on the play in question (non-contact injuries can sometimes be serious). True freshman Clayton Tune replaced King after he exited stage left and figures to play for the duration of the contest. We will pass along updates as information becomes available.
Nov 15 - 9:37 PM

Kentucky senior LB Josh Allen accepted an invitation to the Reese's Senior Bowl.

Allen (6'5/260) will get his draft process started in earnest down in Mobile come January. He has been receiving all kinds of positive evaluations from the draft community this season, with The Draft Network's Jon Ledyard calling him "the most improved player in the country" at the end of October (Ledyard was not impressed by his 2017 work) and ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. tabbing Allen as one of the more underrated prospects in the pool of draft-eligible players earlier in the month. The Kentucky standout could be in for a top-10 selection in April should the evaluating process break right for him.
Nov 15 - 8:49 PM

The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award released its list of the five finalists for the honor on Thursday.

Will Grier (West Virginia), Gardner Minshew (Washington State), Shea Patterson (Michigan), Drew Lock (Missouri) and McKenzie Milton (UCF) are the five finalists in question, here. Unlike the bulk of awards bestowed after the season, the Golden Arm's criteria limits candidates to seniors and fourth-year juniors on track to graduate with their class. Hence why no Tua Tagovailoa et al.
Source: mlive.com
Nov 15 - 6:36 PM

LSU has reached a settlement with former HC Les Miles on the remainder of his buyout.

Miles was initially owed $9 million on his buyout after he was fired in 2016. There was still $6 million remaining on it coming into the week, but the two sides have reached agreement to close this one out. This could potentially help to pave the way for the Mad Hatter to take a new job, as previously, any job he accepted would have required that he take a salary that would have evened out the remainder of that buyout. This new settlement officially shuts the book on Les Miles' contractual relationship with LSU. He has been heavily rumored as a candidate for the open gig at Kansas.
Nov 15 - 6:15 PM

Texas Tech HC Kliff Kingsbury said on Tuesday that he does not expect freshman QB Alan Bowman (lung) to play against Kansas State on Saturday.

The Red Raiders are taking an ultra-cautious approach with their promising freshman signal-caller, as they already once tried to start him a few weeks removed from the initial collapsed lung he sustained against West Virginia at the end of September, only for Bowman to again end up in the hospital after he took a hard hit in a loss to Oklahoma. Jett Duffey is expected to draw the start against the Wildcats on Saturday. A glimmer of hope, though -- Kingsbury indicated that it was possible Bowman could play against Baylor in the regular-season finale a week from Saturday.
Nov 15 - 5:53 PM

Purdue HC Jeff Brohm said unequivocally that a Thursday report that had him taking the vacant head-coaching job at Louisville is false.

ESPN 107.5's Dan Dakich tweeted out earlier on Thursday that Brohm would be accepting the Louisville head-coaching gig on Monday, Nov. 26. Brohm vehemently shot down that report when asked about it, calling it "completely false" and saying that "there's nothing to it." Vegas has pegged Brohm as a favorite to land with the Cardinals and that may well still end being the case, but at the very least, he is putting on a strong public face to the contrary.
Nov 15 - 5:20 PM

Arkansas HC Chad Morris expects junior RB Devwah Whaley (ankle) to return Saturday against Mississippi State.

Whaley was the team’s starting running back until suffering an ankle injury in the Ole Miss game in mid-October. Whaley had 298 yards and two touchdowns rushing at the time. He will likely form a committee with Rakeem Boyd going forward.
Nov 15 - 12:45 PM

Ohio redshirt senior RB A.J. Ouellette rushed for 196 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries in Wednesday's 52-17 win over Buffalo.

Not only did the 5-foot-10, 209-pound Ouellette absolutely dominate this game on the ground, he chipped in with an eight-yard touchdown grab in the third quarter just for good measure. The redshirt senior has been outstanding of late, with Wednesday's immaculate performance his third game of at least 135 yards rushing in his last four contests. Ouellette will now need just 27 yards rushing against Akron in the regular-season finale to hit 1,000 yards for the campaign.
Nov 14 - 10:43 PM

Buffalo redshirt junior QB Tyree Jackson completed 9-of-21 passes for 116 yards and two interceptions while rushing for 70 yards and a touchdown in Wednesday's 52-17 loss to Ohio.

Jackson (6'7/245) did have a nice evening as a runner -- his 70 yards rushing came on just three attempts, with a long run of 55 yards -- but otherwise this was one of his more lackluster performances of the campaign. This was just his third game all season in which he has thrown multiple interceptions and his first with zero touchdown passes. Jackson and company will look to rebound from this uninspiring showing in their regular-season finale against Bowling Green a week from Friday.
Nov 14 - 10:30 PM

Ole Miss junior RB Scottie Phillips (ankle) will be a game-time decision for Saturday's game against Vanderbilt.

Phillips was forced out with an ankle sprain during this past weekend's loss to Texas A&M. The junior back did not take part in practice on Wednesday. Should he be forced to sit out against Vandy, it would be a critical loss for the Rebs. Isaiah Woullard would see an expanded workload if Phillips is unable to give it a go on Saturday. We'll check back in with this situation in the coming days.
Nov 14 - 9:04 PM

Western Michigan fired DC Tim Daoust.

The timing of this is a bit surprising, as there's just one game left in the season. The dismissal comes after a 42-41 overtime loss to Ball State on Tuesday. "I appreciate Tim and his family's dedication to the Bronco football family these past two seasons. At this time I felt we needed to go in a different direction," Broncos HC Tim Lester said. The Broncos have allowed 51, 59 and 42 points in three straight losses. Defensive line coach Tim Esposito will be the acting defensive coordinator for the rest of the season.
Nov 14 - 6:48 PM




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