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Kansas State redshirt senior QB Alex Delton transferred to TCU as a graduate.

ESPN's Jake Trotter reported near the end of December that Delton would be transferring to UTEP, but the K-State signal-caller took to Twitter on Tuesday to write that there had been a "change of plans" and that he would actually be on the move to TCU. The 6-foot, 205-pound redshirt senior will be arriving on campus this week as he looks to settle in to his new digs before the start of spring practice. While he isn't much to look at in terms of a polished passing game, Delton does bring to the table decent rushing chops. The Horned Frogs had just three scholarship quarterbacks on roster (Michael Collins, Justin Rogers and Max Duggan) prior to Delton's transfer. We expect much-heralded 2018 recruit Rogers to receive every chance to win the starting job this offseason.
Jan 15 - 8:08 PM

AL.com's Matt Zenitz reports that Alabama defensive analyst "has emerged as a strong candidate" for the open defensive-coordinating position at UConn.

While Spanos spent the 2018 season in the quiet off-field role of defensive analyst, he does have previous experience as a defensive coordinator, working as DC at UCLA from 2012-13. Spanos has largely worked as an assistant at the NFL level during his coaching career, including stops with the Steelers (1995-2009), Redskins (2010-11) and Titans (2014-17).
Jan 15 - 7:57 PM

Arkansas State promoted graduate assistant Brandon Joiner to defensive ends coach.

This will be Joiner's loftiest position in his young coaching career. He played his college ball with the Red Wolves, earning Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2011. His life has taken some turns since then. Joiner signed with the Bengals as an undrafted free agent in 2012, but was sentenced to three years in prison on two counts of aggravated robbery and felony drug possession in May of that same year (stemming from a 2007 robbery). He did not serve out the full sentence and was released on parole in January of 2013. Joiner has not run into any legal issues since his initial prison sentence.
Jan 15 - 7:46 PM

Uncommitted 2024 QB Isaiah Marshall received an offer from Michigan.

Marshall (5'8/155) appears to be the youngest quarterback ever to have received an offer from Michigan. It's a headline, for sure, but not completely out of the ordinary generally speaking. UM HC Jim Harbaugh seems to toss a dart at an eighth grader or two every year. Now just stepping even further back toward the crib. There's not much to be read into this offer, as Marshall is so far away from actually being able to sign that we have no idea how his game might project to the collegiate level. It's also probably fair to note that there's no guarantee that Harbaugh is even at Michigan come the winter of 2024.
Jan 15 - 7:22 PM

Temple hired Northern Illinois DL coach Walter Stewart to serve in an unspecified capacity.

Stewart is one of three NIU coaches announced on Tuesday to be joining Rod Carey's new staff at Temple. The other two named in the press release were Jeff Knowles and Melvin Rice. For his part, Stewart was hired by NIU last winter and went on to have the privilege to help coach up star DE Sutton Smith during the 2018 campaign. His exact role on staff at Temple will be announced once Carey's complete staff has coalesced.
Jan 15 - 7:07 PM

Penn State redshirt junior T Alex Gellerstedt entered the NCAA transfer portal.

Gellerstedt (6'6/311) signed with the Nittany Lions as a three-star recruit in the 2016 cycle and took a redshirt his first year in Happy Valley. He managed to appear in seven games during the 2017 campaign, but saw the field just once in 2018. Should his transfer portal entrance eventually translate to an actual move, Gellerstedt will be required to sit out the 2019 season barring a downshift out of the FBS.
Jan 15 - 6:54 PM

Temple hired Northern Illinois CB coach Melvin Rice to serve in an unspecified capacity.

Rice following Rod Carey to Temple, here. He had served as NIU's cornerbacks coach for each of the past three seasons prior to making this jump. Just what role he will serve on the Owls' staff has not yet been publicly announced. In their press release announcing this hiring and several others, Temple noted that specific position-group assignments will not be released until the entire coaching staff has been pieced together.
Jan 15 - 6:43 PM

Penn State redshirt junior TE Danny Dalton has entered the NCAA transfer portal.

Dalton (6'4/251) managed just three catches for 19 yards during the 2018 campaign. He actually opened the season listed as a co-starter on the Nittany Lions' depth chart, but found himself falling behind freshman Pat Freiermuth (26-368-8) to serious degree after the season started up. Barring an NCAA waiver or a drop out of the FBS, Dalton would be required to sit out the 2019 season should he choose to go through with a transfer.
Jan 15 - 6:35 PM
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