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Boston College redshirt sophomore QB Anthony Brown completed 16-of-25 passes for 304 yards and five touchdowns in Thursday's 41-34 win over Wake Forest.

The weather held favorably after the game's kickoff was pushed up by two hours to avoid any complications which might have been caused by Hurricane Florence's imminent landfall, and boy howdy, did the Boston College offense look sharp on the afternoon. They racked up 524 total yards of offense, with Brown connecting on a pair of touchdown passes in the second quarter, one in the third and two more in the fourth to polish off this beauty of a performance. Through three games played, the 6-foot-2, 220-pound redshirt sophomore has now thrown for 626 yards with a scintillating 9/0 TD/INT ratio. A road date with Purdue shows next on the Eagles' schedule as their offensive machine continues ever-onward.
Sep 13 - 9:09 PM

Temple redshirt senior QB Frank Nutile (undisclosed) is warming up in advance of Thursday's game against Tulsa.

Nutile (6'4/220) sustained an undisclosed injury concern against Buffalo in Week 2 and did not play in this past weekend's win over Maryland. In his place, redshirt sophomore Anthony Russo drew the start. Per Marc Narducci of the Philadelphia Enquirer, both Nutile and Russo are expected to see time against the Golden Hurricane on Thursday.
Sep 20 - 6:44 PM

ESPN's Steve Coughlin is hearing that Notre Dame might start redshirt sophomore QB Ian Book against Wake Forest on Saturday.

While speaking on his 'Stanford Steve & The Bear' podcast, Coughlin cited "a couple of sources" who had informed him that the Irish are weighing the option of starting Book over Brandon Wimbush this weekend. That wouldn't come as a huge surprise to us given Wimbush's career struggles as a passer. He's completing just 55.3% of his passes this season and has thrown one touchdown against four interceptions in three games this season. Irish HC Brian Kelly was asked twice on Thursday who would be starting versus the Demon Deacons, and Kelly would only offer that both Wimbush and Book would see time in the game. In his most notable career spot of action, Book completed 14-of-19 passes for 164 yards and two touchdowns after relieving an ineffective Wimbush in bowl action against LSU this past winter.
Source: The Spun
Sep 20 - 6:01 PM

Nebraska has scheduled a game against Bethune-Cookman on Oct. 27 to make up for their weathered-out opener against Akron.

Nebraska and Akron had their Week 1 matchup scuttled due to lightning, and while both athletic directors were hoping to potentially schedule a makeup affair for later in the campaign, the scheduling alignment apparently just didn't work out. Bethune-Cookman will receive a sweet $800,000 payday for accepting this late October date in Lincoln.
Source: huskers.com
Sep 20 - 5:36 PM

Rivals' Bryan Matthews reports that Auburn junior WR Nate Craig-Myers has left the team and will transfer.

Per Matthews, Craig-Myers met with Tigers HC Gus Malzahn on Thursday to tell him of his decision to move on from the program. The 6-foot-3, 208-pound junior has started each of Auburn's three games this season, but in that space, he has caught just two passes for 39 yards. After enrolling with much promise as a four-star recruit in the 2016 class, Craig-Myers exits stage left the owner of a career receiving line of 22-394-4. It's not yet known whether he'll be transferring as a graduate. We could see freshman Seth Williams see an uptick in work moving forward with Craig-Myers on the go.
Source: Rivals
Sep 20 - 5:15 PM

Cal coach Justin Wilcox announced that redshirt sophomore LB Cameron Goode (lower-body) has been ruled out for the remainder of the season.

The injury occurred in the season-opening win over North Carolina, a game Goode impacted in a big way with a 38-yard pick-six. He's missed the Bears' last two games. No details were provided about the nature of Goode’s injury or whether he'll need surgery. But HC Justin Wilcox said he he expects Goode to be healthy by spring workouts. This is the second straight year that Goode's season has ended prematurely with an injury.
Sep 20 - 4:13 PM

Western Kentucky redshirt junior RB Marquez Trigg will transfer.

A program spokesman confirmed Trigg has left the program. Trigg said in a Twitter post that he will graduate in December and transfer at that time, which will allow him to play immediately next season, his final year of eligibility. Trigg actually started the opener against Wisconsin but things derailed from there. Through three games, he had carried the ball only nine times for 12 yards (1.3 yards per carry).
Sep 20 - 2:35 PM

Ohio State junior DE Nick Bosa (abdomen) underwent surgery on Thursday and is out "indefinitely," per the school.

This almost assuredly means that Bosa will miss more time than previously hoped. The All-American defensive end suffered the injury in last Saturday's 40-28 win over TCU. HC Urban Meyer described the situation like this on his Thursday radio show on 97.1 The Fan: "He had a core muscle injury. He had surgery. I just talked to his father maybe 20 minutes ago and we hope to get him back as soon as possible. We're not sure when that will be. Obviously the recovery and obviously one of the best players in the country, maybe football, and even a better person. Incredible family. So prayers, hug them up and let's go." Bosa had already collected six TFL, four sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery for a touchdown prior to his injury. He's widely considered a top-5 overall NFL prospect.
Source: 247 Sports
Sep 20 - 2:22 PM

Troy redshirt junior RB Jamarius Henderson will remain on suspension through this weekend's game against Louisiana-Monroe.

No word on when he'll return, but we can tell you that this will be Henderson's third consecutive missed game for violating team rules. B.J. Smith has been functioning as the RB1 with Jabir Daughtry-Frye behind him.
Sep 20 - 1:24 PM

Nebraska HC Scott Frost said freshman QB Adrian Martinez (knee) is "really close" to being ready to play on Saturday against Michigan.

Frost confirmed that Martinez will travel with the team. We'd love to believe him on the "really close" bit, but Nebraska proved last week that their public status updates about key players are as much gamesmanship as factual dispatches. Consider us in wait-and-see mode. Martinez, officially listed as questionable, will be a game-time decision, per Frost.
Sep 20 - 1:09 PM

Miami HC Mark Richt ruled out junior WR Ahmmon Richards (knee) for Saturday's game against Florida International.

This will be the third straight game the injury-prone Richards has missed after suffering the injury in the opener against LSU. He's officially walking down the path of a second straight year wrecked by injuries. Last fall, the 6-foot-1, 190-pounder was limited to only six games after suffering a severe hamstring injury in August camp and then later getting shut down for the year courtesy of a torn meniscus sustained during a late November practice.
Sep 20 - 12:58 PM

Miami HC Mark Richt ruled out senior S Jaquan Johnson (hamstring) for Saturday's game against FIU.

Last Saturday against Toledo, Johnson suffered a right hamstring injury during the second quarter and exited the game. Miami's defense was pitching a shutout at the time and ended up giving up 24 points to Toledo after Johnson left. Something to keep an eye on Saturday. Johnson is one of the best safeties in the nation.
Sep 20 - 12:51 PM




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