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 Draft Scout Evolve: Recent CFB Player Rating Changes
Date
 Player Name  College  Position  Rating Changes Made
09/30/22
 Raiqwon ONeal    UCLA  OG  From DS#61 rSr Transfer OG-2023/Resetting at #37 OG...9/21/2022-From DS#999/Unranked rSr Transfer OG/2023 to #58 OG...1/21/2022-From DS#19 rJr OG to 999/Unranked/Recheck/Transfer...11/19/2020-From DS#19 Jr OT to #28 OG
09/30/22
 George Tarlas    Boise State  DE  From DS#48 rSr Transfer DE-2023/Resetting at #35...12/5/2021-From DS#36 Sr DE/2022 to #47 rJr 2023...8/2/2021-From DS#999/Unranked Sr DE/Resetting at #36
09/30/22
 Cooper DeJean    Iowa  SS  From DS#999/Unranked Soph SS/2025 to #2 SS...1/7/2022-From DS#3 Fr SS/2025 to 999/Unranked/Recheck
09/30/22
 Khristian Zachary    Liberty  DE  From DS#999/Unranked rFr DE/2026 to #999/Unranked/Recheck Soph/2025...12/14/2021-From DS#34 Fr DE/2025 to 999/Unranked/Recheck
09/30/22
 Trevor Harmanson    Texas-San Antonio  ILB  From DS#96 rSr ILB-2023/Resetting at #57...3/4/2022-From DS#68 rSr ILB/2022 to #58 rSr-2023/Extra Year...10/5/2021-From DS#133 rSr ILB/Resetting at #76...11/23/2020-From Unranked to DS#57 Jr ILB
09/30/22
 JaLynn Polk    Washington  WR  From DS#999/Unranked rFr Transfer WR/2026 to #37 WR...9/13/2022-From DS#999/Unranked rSoph Transfer WR/2025 to #999/Unranked/Recheck rFr/2026...1/26/2021-From DS#50 Fr WR to 999/Unranked/Transfer...11/14/2020-From Unranked to DS#48 Fr WR
09/30/22
 Jaivian Lofton    Liberty  WR  From DS#999/Unranked Sr WR/2023 to #999/Unranked/Recheck rJr/2024
09/30/22
 Quinn Schulte    Iowa  FS  From DS#999/Unranked rJr FS/2024 to #14
09/30/22
 Mo Osling III    UCLA  SS  From DS#999/Unranked rSr SS/2023 to #43...11/27/2020-From Unranked to DS#58 Jr CB
09/30/22
 Michael Penix Jr.    Washington  QB  From DS#35 rJr Transfer QB/2024 Up to #16...9/13/2022-From DS#36 rSr Transfer QB/2023 to #30 rJr/2024...2/9/2022-From DS#999/Unranked rSr Transfer QB/2023 to #30...12/5/2021-From DS#27 rJr QB to 999/Unranked/Transfer...11/22/2020-From DS#15 Soph QB Up to #12...11/8/2020-From DS#25 Soph QB Up to #17-10/2/2020--From DS#31 So QB to #21 in Soph Changes
09/30/22
 Cam Bright    Washington  OLB  From DS#87 rSr Transfer OLB-2023/Resetting at #56...2/10/2022-From DS#999/Unranked rSr Transfer OLB to #60...1/3/2022-From DS#98 rSr OLB/2022 to #999/Unranked/Recheck/Transfer-2023...10/12/2021-From DS#139 rSr OLB/Resetting at #98
09/30/22
 KayRon Adams    Massachusetts  RB  From DS#999/Unranked Jr Transfer RB/2024 to #999/Unranked rSoph-2025...1/5/2021-From DS#57 Soph RB to 999/Unranked/Transfer...11/20/2020-From Unranked to DS#60 Soph RB
09/30/22
 Darius Gooden    Massachusetts  SS  From DS#999/Unranked Jr Transfer SS/2024 to #999/Unranked rSoph-2025
09/30/22
 Zukudo Igwenagu    Massachusetts  OLB  From DS#999/Unranked Jr Transfer OLB/2024 to #999/Unranked rSoph-2025
09/30/22
 Tyler Rudolph    Massachusetts  FS  From DS#999/Unranked Jr Transfer FS/2024 to #999/Unranked rSoph-2025...9/15/2021-From DS#999/Unranked rSoph FS to #18...10/20/2020-From #10 Fr FS to Unranked SS/Recheck
09/30/22
 DeCorian Clark    Texas-San Antonio  WR  From DS#27 Sr WR/2023 Up to #14...9/26/2022-From DS#78 rJr WR/2024 to #27-Rising Sr WR/2023...6/22/2022-From DS#113 rJr WR-2024/Resetting at #85...10/5/2021-From DS#999/Unranked Jr WR to #95
09/30/22
 Henry Bainivalu    Washington  OG  From DS#29 rSr OG/2023 Up to #11...1/14/2022-From DS#17 rJr OG/2023 Down to #32...10/22/2021-From DS#28 rSr OG/2022 to rJr/2023...7/23/2021-From DS#42 Sr OG/Resetting at #25...11/4/2020-From DS#23 Jr OT to #23 OG
09/30/22
 Jackson Cravens    Boise State  DT  From DS#43 rSr Transfer DT/2023 Down to #64...11/12/2021-From DS#999/Unranked rJr Transfer DT to #45
09/30/22
 Ulumoo Ale    Washington  OG  From DS#999/Unranked rJr OG/2024 to #30...10/22/2021-From DS#31 rJr OG/2023 to 999/Unranked/Recheck/rSoph 2024...11/24/2020-From Unranked to DS#32 Soph OG
09/30/22
 Aaron Beckwith    Massachusetts  DE  From DS#999/Unranked Soph DE/2025 to #999/Unranked/Recheck rFr/2026
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 College Football Player News & Notes


  What Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz feared Saturday night has been confirmed regarding Hawkeyes linebacker Jestin Jacobs, who will miss the rest of the season after an injury suffered in the Rutgers win. "Unfortunately, we did get bad news on Jestin," Ferentz said Tuesday. "Didn't sound good the other night, and that's been confirmed. So he's going to have to have surgery and miss the rest of the season. That's obviously a very tough break and tough for the team, but most importantly, just tough on the individual. "That's the worst part about injuries." Jacobs didn't return in the second half Saturday in what was his second injury issue of the season. Jacobs was injured in the season opener and returned for sporadic action against Nevada after missing the Iowa State game. Now, his season is over. In Jacobs' absence, expect to see more action from reserve linebackers Logan Klemp and Jay Higgins. "Logan's been in the program. He's been a really good special teams player and a leader," Ferentz said. "He's doing a fine job, and Jay (Higgins) gives us a little flexibility as well." - Iowa City Press-Citizen

OLB Jestin JacobsrJr/2024 Team News: Iowa
News Source: Iowa City Press-Citizen
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  Despite the season-ending ACL tear he suffered last Saturday in the Utah Utes' win over the Arizona State Sun Devils, tight end Brant Kuithe made his weekly appearance on the "Bill Riley Show" in Salt Lake City by phone on Tuesday, and naturally the injury was the topic of conversation. "I'm doing all right," Kuithe said at the top, noting that swelling in his knee has to go down before the surgery to repair it can take place. Despite suffering a leg injury in high school, Kuithe said this is the first time he will have to undergo surgery. "It's all new to me, but trying to embrace it as much as I can and trying to stay positive," he said. "It's really the only thing I can do at this moment." Kuithe said that on the play in which he got injured (the last of the first quarter), he made the catch and in an attempt to make the ASU defender miss, he tried to spin.

As soon as he started to make a cut, he heard a pop. In a lighthearted moment, he said, "I still made him miss, which I guess I could say that I made someone miss with a torn ACL." Nevertheless, he knew something had happened and he tried to get to the sideline as soon as he could. Kuithe said that in a sense, the fact that he can't do anything to change what happened is helping him have a positive outlook about the recovery road ahead. "I kind of have a new perspective on football right now and trying to figure out what I need to do and how I can help this team without being on the field," he said. "Everything's all new and trying to take it one step at a time." He also said he realized quickly that as unfortunate as it is, "I'm alive, you know? Like, I can't sit there and try to think that this is the end of the world, 'cause it's not. "Yeah, I'm missing a season, whatever. I'm not sure what's going to happen down the road (in terms of staying in school or trying to go to the NFL), but at least I'm still alive and I'm breathin' and I still have an opportunity to go play again. It's just another bump in the road, some adversity I have to go through." - Deseret News


FB Brant KuitherSr/2023 Team News: Utah
News Source: Deseret News
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  Ohio State football may have some veteran bodies back on defense for Saturday's Homecoming game against Rutgers. Buckeyes coach Ryan Day said Thursday that cornerback Denzel Burke is "ready to roll this week and we're excited to see him back on the field." Burke did not play against Wisconsin due to a right hand injury. Day said last Saturday's game was "too close to when it occurred" for Burke to play with the injury. The 2021 Freshman All-American warmed up prior to the game with the right hand wrapped heavily - similar to the protection cornerback Damon Arnette Jr. played with throughout the 2019 season. "It may be something we have to keep an eye on here for the remainder of the season and protect it," Day said. Day said Burke, who had started his first 16 games as a Buckeye before missing last week, "had a good week of practice." - Cleveland Plain Dealer

CB Denzel BurkeSo/2025 Team News: Ohio State
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  Sophomore offensive lineman Garrett Dellinger is "doubtful" for the Auburn game this weekend with a hand injury, LSU coach Brian Kelly said Wednesday morning. Dellinger underwent surgery Tuesday, Kelly said. LSU hoped he would be available Saturday night, but there may not be enough time for him to recover. "It appears as though it's going to be tight for him to make the game," Kelly said. "At first, we thought we could get him ready. But there was a screw and a plate that needed to go in there. Right now as we're talking, I'd say he's doubtful for Saturday." A key piece of the offensive line, Dellinger started the last three games at left guard after playing center in the season-opening loss to Florida State.

The former top 100 recruit has played center, guard and tackle during his career. The Athletic first reported Dellinger broke his hand this week and would miss the Auburn game. Without Dellinger, LSU would have to use a different starting offensive line for the fourth time in five games. The Tigers played the same group in back-to-back games for the first time this season last weekend against New Mexico. - Baton Rouge Advocate


C Garrett DellingerSo/2025 Team News: LSU
News Source: Baton Rouge Advocate
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  TCU wide receiver Quentin Johnston came into the season as a trendy name to watch, especially for NFL draft Twitter followers. More eyes were on the 6-foot-4 Johnston after last season when he had 634 receiving yards and averaged more than 19 yards per catch. The expectation was Johnston would build on those numbers and solidify himself as a high draft pick for the 2023 draft. Things haven't quite gone as planned yet through the first quarter of the season. Johnston leads the team in receptions with eight, but ranks sixth on the Horned Frogs iin yards and he has yet to find the endzone.

Despite the slow start, Johnson said he isn't discouraged. He said he has focused on how his teammates have thrived around him during TCU's 3-0 start. "I'm not to upset with it. At the end of the day I'm getting doubled a lot, it obviously opens up a lot more opportunities for my teammates," Johnston said. "We've been getting more receivers the ball and we're winning with that so I'm happy." Johnston admitted he had a little frustration after just having three catches against Colorado in the season opener. The slow start plus the injury to Chandler Morris and the running game all played apart in that. After the game, Johnston realized that there was nothing to be upset about. "After that I was like 'Man we won and other people are getting the ball.' I'm happy with everything that's going on," Johnston said. - Fort Worth Star


WR Quentin JohnstonJr/2024 Team News: Texas Christian
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  Penix's injury history at Indiana is behind him now, and he is clearly the man in Washington. He has the Huskies undefeated and poised to make a run at the Pac-12 title and a place in the College Football Playoff. Washington's 25-point victory over Kent State, which played Georgia tough, in Week 1 looks better. Penix also led the Huskies to dismantle Michigan State and Stanford the past two weeks. He has thrown for 1,388 yards and 12 touchdowns and has only thrown one interception all season. I am not sure why the odds are not showing him any love. - The Athletic

QB Michael Penix Jr.rJr/2024 Team News: Washington
News Source: The Athletic
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  What was supposed to be a two-headed rushing attack for Michigan has, due to injury, become a one-man show. No problem. Blake Corum has done the work of two running backs. The junior was given more responsibility in recent weeks and, well, ran with it. It culminated in a career performance on Saturday against Maryland in which Corum ran for 243 yards on 30 carries, both personal bests. "The vision, the low center of gravity‚Ķand the real key to his success is just how close he can get to a defender and then (make them) miss by the narrowest of margins," Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh said. "He sees the holes that a lot of people don't see," said safety Rod Moore. "It's super special being able to block for him," added lineman Zak Zinter. Corum is turning heads - of defenders, his coaches and teammates, and anyone who's seen him play this season. He's a big reason why Michigan is 4-0 and has scored more points than any of the other 130 FBS teams. - Ann Arbor News

RB Blake CorumJr/2024 Team News: Michigan
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  Jaren Hall threw for 273 yards and three touchdowns to help No. 19 BYU to a 38-26 victory over Utah State on Thursday night. Hall, who favored his right shoulder after a late hit near the end of the third quarter, has thrown for at least 250 yards in nine consecutive games. Kody Epps finished with 86 yards and a touchdown on five catches. Christopher Brooks ran for 90 yards and a score on 11 carries. BYU (4-1) beat Utah State for the third straight time in the Battle for the Old Wagon Wheel. Cooper Legas threw for 188 yards and two touchdowns while adding 54 yards and another score on the ground to lead the Aggies. Legas, who filled in for injured starter Logan Bonner, also threw a pair of interceptions. Calvin Tyler, Jr. added 104 yards on 18 carries. The Aggies (1-4, 0-1 MW) lost their fourth straight game and fell to 6-65 all-time versus AP Top 25 teams.

Utah State took a 7-0 lead after Legas capped the Aggies' opening drive with a 7-yard run. Things were on the verge of unraveling for Utah State after that early score. BYU covered 65 yards in two plays - a 34 yard catch by Gunner Romney and 31-yard catch-and-run by Keanu Hill - to even the score. Then, Max Tooley reeled in a tipped pass from Legas and returned it 32 yards to give the Cougars their first lead at 14-7. Utah State bounced back and shut down BYU's offense after its initial drive. The Cougars went three-and-out on three consecutive possessions, opening the door for the Aggies to retake a 17-14 lead on a 14-yard catch by Brian Cobbs. BYU lost a total of nine yards on those three drives. The Cougars found some life on offense again in the third quarter. Ethan Erickson snagged a high pass for a go-ahead 14-yard score to cap off BYU's opening second-half drive. Then, on the Cougars' next drive, Kody Epps caught three straight passes - culminating in an 8-yard score that extended BYU's lead to 31-20. BYU averaged 9.0 yards on 22 third quarter plays after totaling only 107 yards on 19 plays during the first half. - BYU/AP College Football


QB Jaren HallrJr/2024 Team News: Brigham Young
News Source: BYU/AP College Football
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  Spencer Rattler threw two touchdown passes and ran for a score in South Carolina's 50-10 victory over South Carolina State in a game moved from Saturday to Thursday night because of Hurricane Ian. Rattler finished with 212 yards, completing 21 of 27 passes including a 5-yard scoring strike to tailback MarShawn Lloyd and an 11-yarder to tight end Austin Stogner, his teammate at Oklahoma, to help South Carolina (3-2) rout the FCS Bulldogs (1-3). Administrators at both schools agreed to the change because of the hurricane's approach. Ian moved through Florida into the Atlantic and was expected to re-enter land in the Palmetto State as a Category 1 storm Friday.

Many parking areas were half-filled at best and the normal, Southeastern Conference-style tailgating setups were absent for this one. South Carolina said 61,551 were at Williams-Brice Stadium, which lists a capacity of 77,559. But the upper decks were largely empty and it wasn't a stretch to think only about the announced crowd came out. The Gamecocks overcame a sluggish start, including two interceptions off Rattler's receivers' hands, to take control in the opening half. The Gamecocks broke through on Rattler's first-quarter TD toss to Lloyd, which was followed by a funky, "swinging gate" formation on a successful two-point conversion by defensive lineman Tonka Hemingway. South Carolina pulled out the wishbone on its next touchdown, a 1-yard handoff to versatile tight end Jaheim Bell. Rattler ran his way to a score from 6 yards out with 37 seconds left in the half to put Gamecocks up 22-0. South Carolina State of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference had more penalty yards than offensive yards, 112 to 83, in the first 30 minutes. - South Carolina/AP College Football


TE Austin StognerSr/2023 Team News: South Carolina
News Source: South Carolina/AP College Football
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  Kyle Whittingham's worst fears from Saturday night have been confirmed. The University of Utah football coach on Monday morning announced that senior tight end Brant Kuithe will miss the remainder of the season with a lower leg injury. "That's a big blow to our offense," Whittingham said. "He was a huge part of what we do offensively. But we'll have to have guys step up and and pick up the slack." Whittingham added that if Kuithe wants to return next season, that option is available to him.

Junior tight end Thomas Yassmin, who barely started playing American football in 2018, "will take most of the reps that would be typically for Brandt." On the final play of the first quarter, Kuithe came up gimpy after hauling in his second catch of the night, an 11-yard strike from Rising down to the Utah 28-yard line. The three-time All-Pac-12 tight end was helped to the injury tent, where he spent 20 minutes of real time. He peeked his head out of the tent with 5:14 to play in the first half without his shoulder pads and a towel over his head. Kuithe eventually emerged from the tent with his right knee wrapped in ice before taking crutches and having a seat on the bench. It is unlikely, but Kuithe does have the option to return for a sixth year in 2023 since this injury happened in his fourth game and he has not taken a redshirt during his career. - Salt Lake Tribune


FB Brant KuitherSr/2023 Team News: Utah
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  The Stanford football team received more unfortunate news on Tuesday. Stanford head coach David Shaw announced that junior running back E.J. Smith, the team's starter, is out for the season due to injury concerns. This news comes at the heels of other injury-related news for the Cardinal, including the retirement of senior guard Branson Bragg and injuries to senior tackles Myles Hinton and Walter Rouse. Hinton and Rouse remain questionable for Saturday's game against Oregon. "I know it's really disappointing for him," Shaw said about Smith. "Disappointing for the whole team. Think he's a special young man and a special football player and was just really coming into his own." Smith had a solid start to the season, accumulating 206 rushing yards and four touchdowns through two games before exiting the USC game early. He also added eight receptions for 63 yards receiving. It's believed that Smith got banged up during the USC game, but it's unclear where and when the injury took place. "We had him out at the beginning of the second half," Shaw said after the USC game. "You know, probably could've gone back out there, but we pulled the plug." - The Stanford Daily

RB E.J. SmithJr/2024 Team News: Stanford
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  Coach Sam Pittman confirmed on Monday that cornerback LaDarrius Bishop is out for the remainder of the season after needing surgery to repair cartilage in his knee that will require three to four months of recovery. Bishop, a redshirt senior from Ashdown, has one season of eligibility remaining. He had played in two games at cornerback and as a gunner on the punt return team and had 2 tackles through the Razorbacks' 44-30 win over South Carolina. "It was loose and they were able to sew it back in there and repair it, so that's what we wanted for him," Pittman said. - Northwest Arkansas Times

CB LaDarrius BishoprSr/2023 Team News: Arkansas
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  Boise State quarterback Hank Bachmeier intends to transfer with the Broncos off to a disappointing 2-2 start. A spokesman for Boise State confirmed Tuesday that Bachmeier has filed paperwork to initiate the process of transferring. Bachmeier told ESPN he wants to find a situation that will allow him to win games and prepare for the NFL. Bachmeier will have two years of eligibility remaining. Boise State coach Andy Avalos said Tuesday that Taylen Green will be the starting quarterback for Friday's game against San Diego State.

Bachmeier has played in 29 career games at Boise State. His best season was last year, when he threw for 3,079 yards and 20 touchdowns. Bachmeier has started all four games this season for the Broncos, but he had seen some of his playing time taken by Green. Bachmeier was just 13 of 34 passing for 93 yards and a touchdown in the Broncos' loss to UTEP last Friday. A day later, Boise State offensive coordinator Tim Plough was fired and replaced for the rest of the season by former Boise State and NFL head coach Dirk Koetter. - AP College Football


QB Hank BachmeierrSr/2024 Team News: Boise State
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  South Carolina's home game with South Carolina State has been moved up from Saturday to Thursday night due the approach of Hurricane Ian. South Carolina athletic director Ray Tanner announced the switch Tuesday. The approaching storm is expected to make landfall in Florida this week. "Due to the potential impact of the hurricane on Columbia and the surrounding area, it is in the best interest of safety to play the game on Thursday rather than Saturday afternoon," Tanner said in a statement. South Carolina had spoken with the office of Gov. Henry McMaster and other state officials, state and local law enforcement who routinely help at games. Tanner said he was confident they could safely host the game Thursday night at Williams-Brice Stadium. A planned reunion of the 2010-2013 football teams coached by Steve Spurrier was postponed. - AP College Football

RB MarShawn LloydrSo/2025 Team News: South Carolina
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  There is no firm timetable on the return of Ohio State receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba, NFL Draft Scout's top rated wide receiver all season. Buckeyes coach Ryan Day said Tuesday that Smith-Njigba remains day to day after suffering an injury setback that left him unavailable for last week's rout of Wisconsin. Smith-Njigba first appeared to injure his hamstring in the season-opening win over Notre Dame when he was tackled in the first quarter.

Because of the lingering issue, Smith-Njigba has been limited through the first month of this season, playing only 38 snaps over two games, five three catches for 32 net yards (includes one catch for minus one yard vs. Notre Dame). He also sat against Arkansas State in the second week before coming back against Toledo. When asked if he regretted Smith-Njigba's return against Toledo, Day said they had no second thoughts. "You got to just trust in what you see and your evaluation," Day said, "and then go from there." Day reiterated he will defer to the medical staff and Smith-Njigba to determine when he is available. - Frank Cooney, NFL Draft Scout


WR Jaxon Smith-NjigbaJr/2024 Team News: Ohio State
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  Tigers head coach Eli Drinkwitz delivered unfortunate news for Missouri's offensive line on Tuesday. Zeke Powell, who had been the team's starting right tackle, is out for the season after being injured against Auburn. "He's a tough young man, we're going to be here for him," Drinkwitz said. "We're chasing two dreams and we're definitely going to make sure that life outside of the game is taken care of." Powell has no further eligibility, so the injury will effectively end his college football career. - Columbia Daily Tribune

OT Zeke PowellrSr/2023 Team News: Missouri
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  Three Sunshine State universities took steps Tuesday to salvage home football games as Hurricane Ian approached. Florida moved its game against Eastern Washington from Saturday to Sunday. Central Florida did the same with its game against SMU. South Florida relocated its Saturday game against East Carolina from Tampa, Florida, to Boca Raton. Although South Carolina is a safer distance from the major storm, the Gamecocks didn't want to wait to make a decision regarding their game against South Carolina State. Those schools will now play Thursday night, two days earlier than previously scheduled and at least a day before Ian reaches the area. Stetson canceled its home game against San Diego scheduled for Saturday in the Pioneer Football League. No. 23 Florida State and 22nd-ranked Wake Forest, meanwhile, are "closely monitoring" the storm while expecting to play as planned in Tallahassee. - AP College Football

OLB Brenton Cox Jr.rSr/2023 Team News: Florida
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  SEPT 26 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER & FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Jaydn Ott, Fr., RB, California (Chino, Calif.),...Ott rewrote much of Cal's record book with his performance Saturday when he rushed for 274 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries in the Golden Bears' 49-31 home victory over Arizona...Set the Pac-12 record for rushing yards in a game by a freshman, surpassing Oregon State RB Jermar Jefferson's 254 against Arizona State in 2018. 274 yards rushing were the most in an FBS game since Oct. 16, 2021, the most by an FBS freshman since Nov. 17, 2018, and the most by an FBS true freshman since Nov. 26, 2015. It was also the third-most ever at Cal and the most ever by a Golden Bear freshman.

Ott's three touchdowns are tied for the most by a Pac-12 player in a game in 2022 both rushing and overall, while he became the first Cal player to rush for three touchdowns or more in a game since 2017 and only third Golden Bear to do it since 2011...Had touchdown runs of 73 and 72 yards to become the first Pac-12 player with two runs of 70 or more yards in a game since 2020 and the first Cal player since 2008. Ott's 73-yard touchdown run was Cal's longest since 2021 and the longest by a Cal freshman since 2013...First Cal player to win Offensive Player of the Week since QB Davis Webb in Week 5 of the 2016 season...Also nominated for Offense: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon; Travis Dye, RB, USC; Jam Griffin, RB, Oregon State; Jacob Cowing, WR, Arizona; Rome Odunze, WR, Washington; Zach Charbonnet, RB, UCLA; Cameron Rising, QB, Utah; Jayden de Laura, QB, Arizona...Also nominated for Freshman: Lander Barton, LB, Utah; Jordan James, RB, Oregon; Ceyair Wright, DB, USC; Carter Brown, K, Arizona State; Owen McCown, QB, Colorado. - Pac-12 Football


RB Jaydn OttFr/2026 Team News: California
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  SEPT 26 SUN BELT OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Todd Centeio, James Madison (Gr., QB - West Palm Beach, Fla.),...Dukes graduate student quarterback Todd Centeio led James Madison to a historic comeback in its first-ever Sun Belt Conference contest. The West Palm Beach, Fla., native helped the Dukes score 29 unanswered to turn a 28-3 second-quarter deficit into a 32-28 win. Centeio accounted for 292 yards-204 passing and 88 rushing-and three touchdowns-two passing and one rushing-in the victory. Centeio currently ranks fifth in the nation, averaging 24.7 points responsible for per game for a James Madison squad that is 1-of-2 remaining non-autonomy five unbeatens. - Sun Belt Football

QB Todd CenteiorSr/2023 Team News: James Madison
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  Auburn has lost its second center of the season with Tate Johnson slated for surgery on his left elbow. Tigers coach Bryan Harsin said Monday that Johnson is scheduled for surgery on the elbow Thursday and is expected to miss 6-8 weeks but could be out for the season. Jalil Irvin replaced him after Johnson went down with the injury against Missouri. Avery Jernigan has also worked at center. Johnson had taken over after sixth-year center Nick Brahms retired from football just ahead of the season opener after attempting to return from knee surgery. Harsin said quarterback T.J. Finley will practice this week after missing the Missouri game with an injury to his right shoulder. Robby Ashford started in a 17-14 overtime win and is listed as the starter on the depth chart going into Saturday night's game against LSU. - AP College Football

C Tate JohnsonJr/2024 Team News: Auburn
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