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Louisville sophomore CB Russ Yeast is back with the Louisville program after announcing that he'd transfer on Wednesday.

Yeast and QB Jordan Travis both announced that they'd transfer last week, but it appears that decision has been put on hold. The fact that he's back so shortly after Bobby Petrino was fired probably isn't coincidental. He was the teams third cornerback last year, but played sparingly under Petrino in 2018. He's a former four-star recruit, so keeping him would be a boost for the Louisville roster as they try and rebound from the mess created this year.
Nov 12 - 4:39 PM

Louisiana redshirt sophomore RB Trey Ragas (leg) is expected to play against South Alabama.

Ragas is dealing with a "soft tissue" issue, and it limited him to just 32 rushing yards in the game against Georgia State. If he can't go, Elijah Mitchell should be the starter and get the bulk of the carries, but for now, Ragas should be ready to roll.
Nov 12 - 4:30 PM

LSU redshirt junior DT Breiden Fehoko (undisclosed) won't play on Saturday against Rice.

Fehoko also missed last week's game against Arkansas, and while he did play in the 29-0 loss to Alabama, he missed the previous week against Mississippi State as well. It sounds like he could play against Texas A&M next Saturday, but we'll have to see if he's able to practice next week.
Nov 12 - 4:12 PM

LSU junior CB Kristian Fulton will not play against Rice on Saturday.

"He's out," LSU HC Ed Orgeron said during his Monday press conference. "I don't know how long he's out, but he's going to be out for awhile, I believe." That's a big blow for the LSU defensive backfield, although they should be fine on Saturday against the not-so-good Rice program. He picked up the injury against Arkansas, and there's a good chance we won't see him again until a bowl game -- at the earliest.
Nov 12 - 4:07 PM

Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports reports that there is mutual interest between Arizona State and former Sun Devils HC Todd Graham.

Well that's interesting. Graham had success with the Sun Devils; posting back-to-back 10-win seasons in 2013-14 and a 46-31 record in his time with the school. The 52-year-old has also built up a reputation of being difficult to deal with, and he left Arizona State after a 7-5 season that features its share of turmoil. Add Graham to Les Miles, Dan Enos and a handful of others who are considered candidates, but Miles is still considered the favorite at this point.
Source: CBS Sports
Nov 12 - 4:01 PM

Texas junior WR Collin Johnson received an injection in his knee on Monday.

Johnson did not play against Texas Tech because of the knee injury that he suffered in Thursday's practice. It was believed that he was going to play against the Red Raiders, but the Longhorns held him out. We should know more about Johnson's status against Iowa State later in the week.
Nov 12 - 3:51 PM

Texas senior CB Davante Davis is currently dealing with a knee and ankle issue.

Davis (6'2/205) was forced to leave Saturday's win against Texas Tech, and it's worth noting that the corner also was dealing with a neck sprain. He's considered questionable for now, but it shouldn't shock anyone if the senior corner misses Saturday's game against Iowa State.
Nov 12 - 3:49 PM

Alabama junior QB Jalen Hurts (ankle) is still considered day-to-day ahead of Saturday's game against The Citadel.

Hurts didn't play against Mississippi State, as he was only considered available in an "emergency" situation. It wouldn't be a surprise if that's the case again Saturday against an FCS program, and Mac Jones would likely be the replacement when this becomes a blowout.
Nov 12 - 3:45 PM

Alabama HC Nick Saban told reporters that sophomore QB Tua Tagovailoa will practice on Monday.

Saban also told reporters that he expects to use Tagovailoa despite the fact that Alabama is playing Citadel, and had some choice words for people who believed they knew better. Moving on. Tagovailoa left Saturday's win against Mississippi State, but it sounds like his removal was precautionary. Jalen Hurts remains day-to-day, so it could be a lot of Mac Jones when this game gets out of hand on Saturday.
Nov 12 - 3:43 PM

Oklahoma State junior RB Justice Hill (ribs) has been cleared to play on Saturday against West Virginia.

According to head coach Mike Gundy, Hill underwent a CAT scan and x-rays, and there was no structural damage. Hill was forced to leave the high-scoring loss to Oklahoma last Saturday. Chuba Hubbard could be in for more carries against the Mountaineers to keep Hill fresh, but the talented junior should be ready to roll for the game against West Virginia.
Nov 12 - 3:36 PM

Oregon HC Mario Cristobal told reporters that CJ Verdell is 'doing okay' but dealing with a neck injury.

Verdell didn't didn't play after a third quarter fumble in Saturday's loss to Utah, but it may have been health related rather than discipline. He's also had a hip injury, and it also might help explain why he's struggling so much right now (28 yards rushing on 11 carries in the loss). He should be available for Saturday's game against Arizona State until we hear otherwise, but it's certainly worth monitoring.
Nov 12 - 3:29 PM

Ball State junior RB Malik Dunner will remain the starter for Tuesday's game against Western Michigan.

James Gilbert is returning after missing last week with a back injury, but the Cardinals are going to stick with the junior as the starter against the Broncos. On the year, the 5-foot-11, 193-pound tailback has run for 238 yards with a 4.6 average on 52 carries in 2018.
Nov 12 - 3:23 PM

Ball State sophomore RB Caleb Huntley (Achilles) is out of his walking boot, but will not play on Tuesday against Western Michigan.

It's a positive, obviously, that Huntley (5'10/222) is able to get out of the walking boot, but it's not a surprise he's going to miss another game. There's a really good chance we won't see the sophomore again until 2019, as there's no reason to rush him back. Malik Dunner will be the starter for the Cardinals on Tuesday against the Broncos.
Nov 12 - 3:18 PM

Boston college sophomore RB A.J. Dillon (ankle) is considered day-to-day ahead of their game against Florida State on Saturday.

Dillon reportedly aggravated the ankle injury in the loss to Clemson on Saturday, but head coach Steve Addazio is hopeful that the star tailback will be able to get in some practices ahead of the game against the Seminoles. The Eagles might be able to pull this one out even without Dillon -- Florida State is a mess -- but we should have more on his status later in the week.
Nov 12 - 3:13 PM

Ole Miss junior RB Scottie Phillips is day-to-day with an ankle sprain ahead of Saturday's game against Vanderbilt.

Phillips left Saturday's game against Texas A&M with the ankle sprain and had issues at times putting weight on the left leg. It'd be a big loss for the Rebels, as Phillips has been excellent after transferring to the school from a junior college. Isaiah Woullard would be the starter if Phillips can't go.
Nov 12 - 3:00 PM



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