Tennessee sophomore defensive end Darrell Taylor has been indefinitely suspended from the team, sources confirmed to ESPN. Taylor, a starter in the Vols’ first five games, was involved in an altercation on the practice field last week with freshman offensive lineman Trey Smith, who required stitches. Smith is not expected to miss any playing time.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said he expects Kelly Bryant to play Friday at Syracuse but that the quarterback will be limited during practice on Sunday. Bryant, who has started all six games for Clemson this season, suffered a lower ankle injury in the third quarter of Saturday’s 28-14 win over Wake Forest. After the game,
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky reserve quarterback Luke Wright said on his Twitter account that examinations “all came back good” after he collapsed on the sideline Saturday night during the Wildcats’ victory over Missouri. Wright, a junior transfer from Cincinnati who started last fall against Austin Peay but hadn’t played this season, collapsed with about 9½
Michigan Wolverines senior quarterback Wilton Speight has three broken vertebrae in his back, a source confirmed to ESPN. ESPN’s Chris Fowler first reported Speight’s injury at the top of ABC’s Saturday night broadcast of the Michigan State-Michigan game saying: “Wilton Speight … he is out, probably for the season. He has three broken vertebrae, he
NORMAN, Okla. — Behind a third-string quarterback and an iron-man linebacker, Iowa State pulled off the upset of the season on Saturday, stunning third-ranked Oklahoma in Norman 38-31. The Cyclones also turned the Big 12 race, shook up the College Football Playoff conversation and sent the Sooners spiraling into the Red River Showdown. With 2:19
NORMAN, Okla. — Iowa State‘s Joel Lanning has been playing true iron man football through the first half of the Cyclones’ game at Oklahoma. With starting quarterback Jacob Park having taken a leave of absence for “personal health issues,” Lanning has been rotating in at quarterback behind Kyle Kempt while also continuing to play linebacker.
Iowa State starting quarterback Jacob Park is taking a leave of absence because of unspecified “personal health issues,” the team announced Friday night. Park remains on the team but will be inactive beginning with Saturday’s game at No. 3 Oklahoma. The junior started Iowa State’s first four games, completing 61.7 percent of his passes for
Ole Miss will have a new mascot lurking on the sidelines of its athletic events — the Landshark. Ole Miss chancellor Jeffrey Vitter announced the change Friday, adding the university will still be known as the Rebels. “The growth of the Landshark mystique over the last seven years has been phenomenal with every athletics team
Quarterback Justin Fields, the No. 1-ranked prospect in the country, is staying home. Fields, a 6-foot-3, 221-pound dual-threat from Kennesaw, Georgia, committed to the Georgia Bulldogs on Friday morning at a school pep rally, ending a recruitment that had been trending in that direction since August. He selected Georgia over Florida State, Auburn, LSU and
RALEIGH, N.C. — Dave Doeren admits he’s superstitious. When things are going well, he’ll wear the same color shirt or follow the same routine or, as he noted, follow a few other rules that “just don’t need to be talked about.” Nothing about Thursday’s 39-25 win over Louisville, however, was luck. This was a message