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In the Big 12 media's preseason conference poll, Oklahoma was ranked No. 1 by a margin of 44 first-place votes.

The Sooners are far-and-away the media's pick to reign supreme over the conference once again, drawing 46 first-place votes to runner-up pick West Virginia's two first-place ballots. TCU, Texas and Oklahoma State round out the top-five. One interesting little nugget beneath the expected big boys projected to finish atop the Big 12 -- Kansas State (picked to finish sixth) actually received a pair of first-place votes. The poll is rounded out sequentially by Iowa State, Texas Tech, Baylor and Kansas.
Jul 12 - 3:48 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

Temple senior RB Ryquell Armstead was named the Walter Camp Player of the Week for his performance against Houston.

Armstead (5'11/215) rushed for six touchdowns and 210 yards on 30 carries to lead the Owls to a huge win over D'Eriq King and the Houston Cougars, 59-49. There was no stopping the senior back, who doubled his season rushing touchdown total in the game. According to College Sports Reference's database, this was just the 17th time a player rushed for at least six touchdowns in a game.
Nov 11 - 3:41 PM

Tennessee redshirt junior DE Darrell Taylor was named the Walter Camp Player of the Week for his performance against Kentucky.

Taylor (6'4/247) made six sacks, which is just the third time a Tennessee player has ever done so, and six tackles. The Volunteers held stud running back Benny Snell to just 81 rushing yards on 20 carries, while holding the passing offense to just 185 yards. The redshirt junior was the main piece to limiting Kentucky's offense to seven points, so this is well deserved.
Nov 11 - 3:38 PM

Clemson redshirt junior edge rusher Clelin Ferrell went No. 2 overall to the Oakland Raiders in Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline's latest mock draft.

Ferrell (6'4/265) is shaping up as a top-10 player, and the fit with the Raiders is an obvious fit. HC Jon Gruden traded away Khalil Mack for draft picks, and Ferrell could be the first pick to replace Mack's elite production on the edge. Ferrell has 8.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, and 13 tackles for loss in 10 non-full games. In the same mock draft, EDGE Nick Bosa goes first to the Giants.
Nov 11 - 3:12 PM

Toledo junior QB Mitchell Guadagni (shoulder) is likely out for the season.

Guadagni's shoulder ailment isn't improving, so Toledo will roll with backup QB Eli Peters for the remainder of the season. Peters has averaged 6.9 yards per pass attempt on the season with 12 touchdowns and six interceptions. Guadagni finishes his junior season with a solid 8.8 YPA and 13/3 TD/INT ratio on his 120 pass attempts along with 428 rushing yards (5.6 YPC) and three rushing touchdowns.
Nov 11 - 2:38 PM

Updating a previous report, Notre Dame HC Brian Kelly said redshirt sophomore QB Ian Book (rib) will practice on Tuesday and start next week's game against Syracuse.

Kelly previously said that "all signs point towards" Book playing against No. 12 Syracuse, but his latest comments confirm that belief as well as add a definitive practice plan this week. Of course, this is great news for Notre Dame since this game is their last truly tough test of the season. With a win over Syracuse, the Fighting Irish are sitting pretty for a spot in the College Football Playoff as long as Notre Dame stays at No. 3 in Tuesday's CFB rankings. There isn't an expectation of much movement, if any, for this week's CFB rankings with all teams taking care of their opponents.
Nov 11 - 2:28 PM

The latest AP Poll: 1) Alabama, 2) Clemson, 3) Notre Dame, 4) Michigan, 5) Georgia, 6) Oklahoma, 7) West Virginia, 8) Washington State, 9) Ohio State, and 10) LSU.

Mike Leach and the Cougars jumped Ohio State and LSU after an easy win at Colorado, but there weren't any other changes to the Top-10. The biggest risers are Florida (No. 15), Penn State (No. 16), Washington (No. 17), Iowa State (No. 18), and Cincinnati (No. 19). The biggest fallers are Kentucky (No. 20), Boston College (No. 22), and Mississippi State (No. 25). Undefeated UCF sits just outside the Top-10 at No. 11, while Utah State (9-1) is right behind at No. 14. Army received the most votes of any team outside the Top-25.
Source: AP News
Nov 11 - 2:16 PM

Oregon redshirt freshman RB CJ Verdell (hip) didn't play after a third quarter fumble in Saturday's 32-25 loss to Utah.

Verdell suffered a hip injury back against Washington State (Oct. 20), and Oregon Live believes he hasn't been playing at full health since. That would explain Verdell's lowly 11 carries and 28 rushing yards (2.5 YPC) in Saturday's Utah game. When healthy, Verdell has been a play-maker for the Ducks, but it sounds like that's not the case right now. Let's see how active he is in practices this week.
Source: Oregon Live
Nov 11 - 1:11 PM

Louisville fired HC Bobby Petrino, effective immediately.

It wasn't hard to see this coming with the Cardinals dropping their last seven straight games and losing by an average of 26.2 points per game. Petrino will finish his most recent tenure at Louisville with a 36-26 record since becoming the head coach in 2014. He was known for his innovative scheming and play-calling but after Lamar Jackson departed for the NFL it became apparent who was carrying the team. Louisville didn't even allow Petrino to finish out the season and will be forced to find an interim head coach for the final two games against NC State and Kentucky. Yahoo Sports' Pat Forde believes current Purdue coach and "hometown hero" Jeff Brohm could be a candidate to take over the job next season.
Source: Pat Forde
Nov 11 - 11:32 AM

Nevada senior QB Ty Gangi completed 28-of-35 passes for 404 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions in Saturday's 49-10 rout of Colorado State.

Gangi connected with freshman WR Romeo Doubs for 120 yards and the receiver's first two collegiate touchdowns, while also hitting WR Elijah Cooks and WR Kaleb Fossum. The quarterback and each of the receivers who scored hail from the state of California. That's where the Wolf Pack will be next weekend when they battle San Jose State before wrapping up the season on Sept. 24 on the road against rival UNLV.
Nov 11 - 3:14 AM

Updating a previous report, Boston College redshirt sophomore QB Anthony Brown (undisclosed) is hospitalized due to an "internal" injury, head coach Steve Addazio said after Saturday's 27-7 loss against Clemson.

Brown was knocked out of the game early after being crushed by a defender, the kind of thing the NFL is trying to avoid with a player putting all of his weight on the quarterback. Addazio declined to elaborate, but it sounds like Brown is dealing with more than a garden variety day-to-day type injury. EJ Perry could be called upon to run the show next Saturday at Florida State if Brown is unable to play.
Nov 11 - 1:02 AM




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