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Nebraska HC Scott Frost says he might not announce his starting quarterback until "two minutes before kickoff" on Saturday against Troy.

Frost says that freshman QB Adrian Martinez (knee) will warm up prior to the game. The Huskers will make a decision depending on how he feels. We wonder if this is a ploy by Frost to force Troy to prepare for a quarterback it won't see. Martinez wasn't able to practice in pads this week, missing all sessions through Wednesday before attending a walk-through on Thursday. It wouldn't make much sense to rush a true freshman back for a game against a Sun Belt opponent unless he's close to 100-percent, which Martinez clearly isn't, judging by his lack of participation in practice this week. We expect Andrew Bunch to be under center when the game kicks.
Sep 13 - 3:00 PM

Michigan senior RB Karan Higdon guaranteed that Michigan would beat Ohio State on Saturday.

"Yeah, I do," Higdon said when asked if he guaranteed the victory, in a video by Toledo Blade writer Kyle Rowland. "That how I feel. I believe firmly in my brothers, and this team, and this coaching staff, and as a captain, I’ll take that stand. Why not?" Higdon and the Wolverines are a couple of wins from the playoffs, and one of the reasons for that is Higdon, who is over a thousand yards with 10 touchdowns in 2018. They haven't beaten the Buckeyes since 2018, however, and with the game in Columbus, it might not be as easy as Higdon thinks.
Nov 19 - 5:25 PM

Alabama sophomore Tua Tagovailoa, West Virginia senior Will Grier and Oklahoma redshirt junior Kyler Murray are the three finalists for the Maxwell Trophy.

No Dwayne Haskins and no Garner Minshew, but it's tough to argue with these three finalists. Tagovailoa and Murray should be considered the favorites, as they're also the favorites right now for the Heisman Trophy. The Maxwell Award goes to the best overall player in the groups' eyes. Baker Mayfield won the award in 2018.
Nov 19 - 4:31 PM

Mississippi State received a verbal commitment from four-star JUCO 2019 RB Kareem Walker.

If Walker's name sounds familiar and you're not a recruiting buff, you might remember that Walker was once a player at Michigan before leaving with academic issues. He spent 2018 with Fort Scott Community College in Kansas. He's rated the fourth best running back in the junior college ranks by 247 Sports, and he'll have two years of eligibility when he transfers to the Bulldogs; likely this winter.
Nov 19 - 3:59 PM

Jon Lenyard of The Draft Network reports that Vanderbilt TE Jared Pinkney will enter the 2019 NFL Draft.

Pinkney has had an excellent 2018 campaign, picking up 41 receptions for 658 yards and scoring six touchdowns for the Commodores. He's seen his draft stock rise with analysts lately, and a recent report by Mel Kiper Jr. suggested he could be the first tight end to come off the board. At 6-foot-4, 255-pounds, Pinkney will assuredly be scouted heavy, and anyone looking for a red-zone threat could snap him up before the end of Day 2.
Nov 19 - 3:45 PM

Arkansas senior cornerback Ryan Pulley has been suspended for Friday's game against Missouri.

Pulley and starting safety Kamren Purl have been suspended for "conduct that isn't acceptable" according to Arkansas head coach Chad Morris. Both were seen socializing and taking pictures with members of the Mississippi State dance team during Arkansas's loss to the Bulldogs on Saturday. Pulley has started nine games this year, and redshirt freshman Montaric Brown will likely start in his place.
Nov 19 - 3:02 PM

Washington received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 DT Faatui Tuitele.

Tuitele (6'4/299) is a considerable get for Washington, as he picks the Huskies over a top five that also had Ohio State, Clemson, Alabama and Texas. He's ranked the 40th best player on ESPN's top 300, and the fourth best defensive tackle. He joins highly-recruited DT Jacob Bandes as four-star DT commits, as the Huskies will be losing Greg Gaines and a few other interior players. Washington's class now ranks 17th on 247 Sports list, with several other high-profile players still in play for Chris Petersen and company.
Source: ESPN
Nov 19 - 2:56 PM

Syracuse senior QB Eric Dungey and redshirt freshman QB Tommy DeVito are listed as the top of the depth chart for Saturday's game against Boston College.

Dungey left Saturday's game against Notre Dame with a lower back injury, and DeVito replaced him in the first quarter. Unfortunately for Syracuse, DeVito was awful and the Orange were unable to get nothing going in the 36-3 loss. If Dungey can go, the senior should get the start, but it sounds like we won't know his status until later in the week -- at the earliest.
Nov 19 - 2:02 PM

Michigan HC Jim Harbaugh says senior DE Chase Winovich's (shoulder/head/neck) status for Saturday against Ohio State is currently unknown.

Harbaugh said Monday that Winovich will continue to be evaluated every day this week. Winovich left Saturday's win over Indiana with what appeared to be an injury in the shoulder/head/neck area. Michigan hasn't disclosed much, so we can't provide more information than that.
Nov 19 - 1:52 PM

Ohio State redshirt junior RB Mike Weber (quadriceps) was cleared to play against Michigan this weekend.

Weber did not play in last week's win over Maryland despite being in uniform after he suffered a quadriceps injury late in the week. Weber will spell J.K. Dobbins in this weekend's crucial game against Michigan.
Nov 19 - 1:24 PM

Texas sophomore QB Sam Ehlinger suffered an AC contusion in his throwing shoulder in Saturday's 24-10 win over Iowa State.

An MRI on Sunday revealed no structural damage in Ehlinger's shoulder. According to HC Tom Herman, it was mere "re-aggravation" of the injury Ehlinger first suffered against Baylor. "No broken bones. No separation. No ridiculous amount of damage," Herman said. "But it's angry. It's upset. The joint, the shoulder is inflamed." Ehlinger will not throw Monday, per Herman, but is expected to do so on Tuesday. The Longhorns close out the regular season at Kansas on Friday.
Nov 19 - 12:19 PM

FootballScoop reports that William & Mary will hire Howard HC Mike London to the same position.

William & Mary HC Jimmye Laycock is heading into retirement after 39 seasons as head coach. London is the former coach of Richmond and Virginia. He had his best success at Richmond, going 24-5 mark in two seasons and winning the FCS national championship in 2008. After a failed six-year stint at Virginia, London eventually wound up at Howard, where he went 11-10 over two seasons. He has deep recruiting roots in the state of Virginia.
Nov 19 - 11:51 AM




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