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Michigan pulls recruiting director away from former Michigan coach’s staff
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 18:43:12 GMT)
Michigan is set to add Arizona recruiting czar Matt Dudek as its new director of recruiting, according to a report from FootballScoop on Saturday. CBS Sports’s Dennis Dodd confirmed the report, adding that Michigan is expected to formally announce the move at Big Ten media days on Monday. The irony, of course, is that Dudek will leave the staff of former Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez. Dudek had been with Rodriguez shortly after his late 2011 hiring, first as on-campus recruiting coordinator and player personnel director before being named college football’s first general manager after the 2015 season. He helped the Wildcats win the 2014 Pac-12 South championship and was named a finalist for FootballScoop‘s

Virginia Tech Social Media
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 22:13:01 GMT)
The summer doldrums continue to drag on, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel! Soon the school year will arrive with Virginia Tech athletics. Before that time comes though there remain some fantastic avenues of getting your Hokie sports fix. Social media has expanded significantly over the last few years. Major sports media outlets have already adopted the use of social media to share their articles and break developing stories rapidly. Individual organizations did not lag far behind and quickly recognized the value of social media for fan outreach and marketing. For those that are already comfortable with social media much of what is below may be old news. For those that aren’t as familiar,

Arkansas adds talented offensive lineman to Class of 2018
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 23:03:00 GMT)
Little Rock (Ark.) Pulaski Academy 3-star offensive lineman Luke Jones visited Arkansas on Wednesday. He liked what he saw and on Saturday he made the verbal commitment to the Razorbacks giving them 10 for the Class of 2018. Jones was offered by the Hogs following a good showing at the Trench Hogs OL/DL Camp on June 18. Jones chose the Hogs over 16 other offers. Oregon offered recently as well. He announced the decision on Twitter. He has a brother who attends Arkansas as well. Jones is one to watch for a possible big jump in the rankings in coming weeks. He showed outstanding foot work at the camp and owns enough quickness and size to play any position on the offensive line. Be sure to enjoy

WATCH: Mark Richt takes annual backflip off the high dive
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 16:36:03 GMT)
It’s been quite the summer for Mark Richt. His 2018 recruiting class is one of the best in the nation, he taught the nation the most efficient way to eat a sandwich, and on Friday he executed his annual high-dive backflip at a Hurricanes pool party. (In case you haven’t seen the sandwich bit, watch it below. It’ll change your life.) As SB Nation catalogues, Richt has made these backflips an annual thing since he was at Georgia in 2015. It was a skill he learned, he says, to impress the ladies after watching Greg Louganis (yes, that Greg Louganis) do it while they were students at Miami. Richt and Louganis both enrolled at the University of Miami in 1978, and the future Hurricanes’ coach and his

One number that shows why Ole Miss’ next head coach might not be a splash hire
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 21:11:54 GMT)
Hugh Freeze’s scandal-ridden departure leaves Ole Miss in the market for a new head football coach. Betting markets have settled on a long list of potential fits, of which some sound good and some sound weird. We’re probably a decent ways from Ole Miss hiring someone, which means there’ll be plenty of time to speculate. And when there’s time, big names from big schools tend to find their way into the discussion. Ole Miss might not get a big fish, though. See these notes from Associated Press reporter Ralph D. Russo: Getting head coaches out of power conference jobs is difficult. Most of the programs that have successfully wooed them away in recent years are traditional blue-bloods. In cases where

Alabama Football 2017: A simulated season
(Sun, 23 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Two weeks ago, I showed all of you my work and effort put into updating the Alabama roster on my old NCAA 12 video game. Since then, I spent my time playing out the season, and will now share the results from that. Obviously, the college football landscape has changed significantly since the 2011 season, and only the Alabama roster has been updated in my game (Michael Dyer and Barrett Trotter led the Auburn offense). I had to manually shift Texas A&M and Missouri into the conference, and managed to schedule Florida State as the first game of the season. All in all, it ended up really close to the Tide’s actual schedule. There also was not a playoff then, it was still the BCS National Championship,

Royce Freeman named to watch list for Maxwell Award and Walter Camp Player of the Year
(Sun, 23 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Royce Freeman has one more year left at Oregon, and everyone is hoping he can go out with a bang. In addition to being named to the preseason watch list for the Doak Walker Award, Freeman was also added to watch lists for the Maxwell Award and the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award. Both are prestigious honors given to the best player in college football. Marcus Mariota won both awards when he won the Heisman Trophy back in 2014. The last three winners of the Maxwell Award and the last four winners of the Walter Camp Award have also won the Heisman Trophy in the same season. In 2015, Freeman set the Oregon single season record for rushing yards with 1,836 yards as a sophomore. The next year,

Justin Fuente Checks In To Gobbler Country Part One
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 13:13:01 GMT)
Virginia Tech football can’t get here soon enough. Fall camp will be starting soon, and Gobbler Country was lucky enough to spend some time with head coach, Justin Fuente. Fuente is fresh off a Coastal championship, and we wanted to hear some insight from the man in charge as we head into 2017. Gobbler Country: You wrapped up a very successful year one in Blacksburg. Were you surprised at all that you were able to lead this team to an A.C.C. Championship appearance this early in your tenure? Coach Fuente: “Believe me, it had a lot more to do with our players and our coaching staff than it did with me. It was a collective effort, and that’s one of the things I love about football. It’s the ultimate

The case for 'uncommon' Deshaun Watson as the Texans' starting QB
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 11:00:31 GMT)
Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Packers for ESPN Milwaukee Marquette University graduate Follow on Twitter HOUSTON -- It was late on a Saturday night in January, just a few weeks after Deshaun Watson enrolled at Clemson. Tigers offensive coordinator Jeff Scott, who was meeting a recruit on campus by Clemson's Memorial Stadium, saw two people running on the field under the emergency lights. Scott quickly realized that it was Watson and his freshman roommate, wide receiver Artavis Scott, now a Chargers rookie. They were using the flashlight on a phone to see the plays they were running. "They had only been on campus for about two weeks, and I knew right then, I was like, 'Wow,

Florida lands its best quarterback recruit since 2011 in Matt Corral: 3 things to know
(Sun, 23 Jul 2017 06:11:00 GMT)
Florida hasn't experienced sustained success at the quarterback position since Tim Tebow was lining up under center in The Swamp. However, Jim McElwain has done a good job of getting the most out of the position during his time in Gainesville and leading the Gators to two straight SEC title games, but now it looks like he's starting to turn things around on the recruiting trail.  Matt Corral, the No. 2 pro-style quarterback in the Class of 2018 and No. 23 overall player in the country according to the 247Sports Composite, has shut down his recruitment and committed to the Gators.  "The way they are with, not only the recruits but the team, it's really a family," Corral told 247Sports' Tom Loy

UAB adds former Tennessee DE Mykelle McDaniel
(Sun, 23 Jul 2017 19:16:35 GMT)
Athletically, there is no question Michael Vick belongs in Virginia Tech’s athletics hall of fame. In his two seasons on campus, Vick (pictured, left) threw for 3,299 yards and 21 touchdowns — averaging 9.6 yards per attempt on 56 percent completions, in an era where anything over 50 was considered above-average — while adding an electrifying 1,299 yards and 17 touchdowns on the ground. Vick led the Hokies to a 22-2 record, a Big East championship and appearance in the BCS national title game as a redshirt freshman in 1999, a campaign that saw him finish third in Heisman Trophy voting. In the prime of his career — he came 26 passing yards short of a 2,500/1,000 season in 2007 — Vick’s NFL career essentially ended when he was convicted of running a dogfighting ring and served 21 months in federal prison.

What do Brodie Croyle, Jonathan Allen, Shaun Alexander and Cornelius Bennett all have in common?
(Sun, 23 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
What do Shaun Alexander, Jonathan Allen, Cornelius Bennett and Brodie Croyle have in common? All four are legends on the Capstone. All four have produced iconic plays over the last 30 years. All four went to the NFL, and two of them are or will be NFL Hall of Famers, with another who has the potential to be one day. Give up? These four players all have the number 41 in common. I didn’t want to tip you off, but in our Countdown series we have reached 41. I couldn’t pick just one player for this symbolic number, so they’re all going to share. Besides, it beats the other 41 I could chosen. Cornelius Bennett Cornelius Bennett is tied for fourth all-time in Alabama history with 41 tackles for loss.

Freshman LB Nick Smith reportedly suffers knee injury
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Florida Gators freshman linebacker Nick Smith reportedly sustained an injury during a recent offseason workout. Smith was part of Florida’s 2017 recruiting class. Ryan Young of SEC Country quotes Smith’s father, Fernando Smith, who explains that his son is scheduled to receive further testing to assess the injury, but that it is presently believed to be a tear to the meniscus. The elder Smith went on to describe that the younger Smith’s knee “gave out” during activity. Smith is the second Gator to suffer an injury during the summer workouts that exist as a run-up to fall camp. However, it appears that his injury may not be as severe as the one that afflicted redshirt senior safety Marcell Harris,

Football fans compete at the BTN Big 10K
(Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:32:39 GMT)
Grant Park looks more like a college football tailgate as the BTN Big 10K kicks off.

Where ‘Last Chance U’ stars from both seasons are for 2017
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 11:37:20 GMT)
JUCO football doc series Last Chance U is now back with a second season on Netflix. It's excellent again. Season 1 QB John Franklin III, formerly of Florida State, was long hyped as Auburn's next star JUCO QB. (You might've heard of Cam Newton.) Franklin threw 26 passes for the Tigers in 2016 and has moved to WR. QB Wyatt Roberts left to attend Mississippi State as a regular student. Dan Mullen invited him to walk on as a scout-teamer. In 2016, EMCC counselor and series star Brittany Wagner joined the two QBs at Auburn-MSU. RB D.J. Law signed with UAB but won't join the Blazers as their program returns. Injuries and academics hampered him, and head coach Bill Clark said the RB could play in the

42 Days ‘Til Alabama Football: The biggest day of a regular guy’s career
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Over the past two months, I’ve tried to find interesting things for your countdown that are numerically related to the countdown date. Most of the time these have involved superstars, record holders, standouts, players who made era-defining moments and the other plays and games that have been etched into our collective consciousness. But, what about the regular guys? The ones who barely register in the stat sheet, if at all? The quiet contributors that are readily forgotten, that make up the team, that help win games? The players who go on to become men, raise families, have a career, and make their mark on the world in other ways large and small. As the NCAA likes to remind us, student-athletes

Longhorns pick up top 2019 QB recruit Johnson
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 03:18:23 GMT)
The Texas Longhorns' first 2019 commitment is a big one. Not short on quarterback recruits, UT secured another Friday in Roschon Johnson, one of the nation's top 2019 prospects at the position. Johnson committed during Texas' Stars at Night recruiting event. The quarterback position at Texas has been inconsistent, at best, since Colt McCoy ran out of eligibility in Austin. While Shane Buechele has Longhorns fans seeing a light at the end of the tunnel, coach Tom Herman and staff are attacking the future of the position with an aggressive recruiting attitude. Texas already has a pair of ESPN 300 signal-callers on the verbals list: Casey Thompson and onetime Oklahoma commit Cameron Rising. Johnson,

Notre Dame Football: What You Need To Know About The Boston College Eagles
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
We are creeping towards the end of July and that means that the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team is getting closer and closer to the start of fall camp. Instead of filling your head with too much information, we offer you these choice nuggets to contemplate. If you need an in-depth preview of the Boston College Eagles, please check out Bill Connelly’s wonderful work. Boston College The Eagles are basically the same BC team we have come to know over the past decade. Their offense barely knows which direction they are going, and the defense is tough as nails (the picture hanging kind). 5 Things You Have To Know The Eagles are a very ugly football team that wins ugly and loses ugly. They

Better Know a 2017 Opponent: Oregon
(Sun, 23 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
Hello Oregon! We haven’t seen each other for a few years, so we may need to reintroduce ourselves. I think we should start by both agreeing that last year didn’t happen. I think that will work out for both of our fanbase’s collective consciousnesses. Also what is it like to want to succeed in football? Just curious. Well, the good news is Oregon wasn’t better than us last year! They also weren’t worse than us last year; the Ducks also managed to finish 4-8. Except unlike UCLA (and Notre Dame, who also went 4-8 which I’m sure people remember), Oregon did something that they hadn’t done since the 1970s - they fired a head coach. We’ll get to the new guy in a second, but for now let’s take a moment

The SEC West’s 17 strangest coach exits since 2000
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 12:00:03 GMT)
In college football’s loudest division, you can make $4 million for finishing in last place. You probably can’t do it again, though, because somebody will have fired you by then, probably in a way that no human had ever been fired before. With yet another ludicrous transaction in the news — this time, Hugh Freeze’s Ole Miss exit — it’s time to look back. 17. John L. Smith, Arkansas, 2012: One of the oddest coaching tenures ever, but the end? When the coach who knew all along he was a one-year rental wasn’t retained after losing to ULM and Rutgers? Nothing has ever made more sense than that part. Still, the man who shouted “SMILE!” at Arkansas reporters must be mentioned on any list of weird coach

2019 OL Wilson commits to Gators
(Sat, 22 Jul 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
The Florida Gators have had significant success recruiting Miami’s Norland High School since hiring notable alumnus Randy Shannon as Jim McElwain’s co-defensive coordinator and South Florida consigliere in 2014. And that trend has now continued into the 2019 recruiting class, as 2019 offensive lineman Wardrick Wilson, a Viking now like Shannon once was, committed to the Gators during their Friday Night Lights recruiting camp on Friday. Wilson is a currently unrated prospect, and appears to have no offers from any other schools sans Kentucky, which is both a little concerning given that he hails from the recruiting hotbed that is Miami and likely no big deal, given that many 2019 prospects are

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