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Michigan DE Deron Irving-Bey transfers to Central Michigan.

Irving-Bey is not eligible to play in 2018 due to transfer rules. The 6-foot-4, 294-pound defensive lineman took a redshirt during his freshman year in the 2017 season, and ultimately decided to switch scenes. Michigan has one of the best defensive lines in the country with more recruits coming, so if Irving-Bey wants playing time Central Michigan is a much better fit.
Aug 20 - 9:49 PM

BYU redshirt junior Beau Hoge (undisclosed) limited in practice.

Hoge, who changed positions this month, is sitting out of contact drills with an undisclosed injury. The severity of the injury is not clear at this point. Perhaps he is dinged up from the added contact of changing from quarterback to running back.
Aug 20 - 9:38 PM

Oklahoma redshirt senior Marcelias Sutton is the third-team running back.

Sutton was battling with T.J. Pledger and Kennedy Brooks for the third spot, and Sutton has won the battle. The four-star JUCO transfer won't be getting much playing time with Rodney Anderson and Trey Sermon absorbing most of the work, but Sutton was impressive in very limited action last year -- 5.9 yards per carry on 22 attempts.
Aug 20 - 8:45 PM

NC State redshirt senior WR Stephen Louis named as a team captain.

The other NC State captains, which are voted by their peers, are C Garrett Bradbury, LB Germaine Pratt, and of course QB Ryan Finley. Louis is the most experienced receiver on the team.
Aug 20 - 8:23 PM

Michigan redshirt junior T Grant Newsome has retired from football.

The 6-foot-7, 318-pound tackle suffered one of the worst sports injuries in October of 2016. Newsome suffered a dislocated knee, fractured tibia, three knee ligament tears, severe damage to three different nerves, and a destroyed popliteal artery all from one really unfortunate play. That injury kept him in the hospital for 38 days, and there was worry that he would lose his leg. After months of rehabilitation, Newsome has decided to retire from the sport. Newsome will remain with the team as a tight ends student coach while he completes his master's degree.
Aug 20 - 8:08 PM

Texas freshman Caden Sterns to start at safety in season opener against Maryland.

Sterns was an early enrollee and impressed from the jump. Once Sterns received first-team reps during spring practices, nobody was able to unseat him. Becoming a starter as a freshman at Texas puts him in good company, as Earl Thomas did the same back in 2008. However, Thomas did so as a redshirt and Sterns is doing it as a true freshman. The four-star will start opposite of Brandon Jones and PJ Locke will move to corner.
Source: SB Nation
Aug 20 - 7:49 PM

Michigan redshirt senior CB Casey Hughes to play cornerback, nickel, and special teams for the Wolverines.

Hughes (5'11/195) transferred from Utah -- as a cornerback -- this Winter, but the Wolverines initially put him with the safeties. After some time passed, the coaching staff ruled there wasn't enough time to learn a new position while learning an entirely new defense, so Hughes returns back as to the cornerback room. Michigan cornerbacks coach Mike Zordich said that he is looking for a rotation of at least five corners, and Hughes is battling for that fifth spot. The current starting corners are Lavert Hill, David Long and Brandon Watson with Ambry Thomas "cemented" as the fourth. Look for Hughes to pop up as the nickelback and on special teams.
Aug 20 - 7:36 PM

Indiana HC Tom Allen is expected to announce his starting quarterback this week.

Allen wants to let his offense prepare with their starting quarterback during their mock game this Saturday. The quarterback battle is threefold. Redshirt sophomore Peyton Ramsey, graduate transfer Brandon Dawkins, and true freshman Michael Penix have all been splitting reps at practice with the first-, second-, and third-team offenses. Allen was waiting for one of the quarterbacks to separate, and it looks like that never happened, as the Hoosiers are just two weeks out from their opener without a starting quarterback named. The announcement could come at any time. Stay tuned.
Aug 20 - 6:55 PM
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