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Michigans new QB battle The most critical of Jim Harbaughs tenure

The key Gamecocks to know going into Jan. 1's Outback Bowl. They buzzed in the arena. They went crazy on message boards. Crazy on Twitter. Crazy in general.  Shea Patterson-palooza hit Michigan squarely in the face on Saturday afternoon when the talented quarterback from Ole Miss, by way of IMG Academy and Toledo, rolled into the Crisler Center flanked by every Michigan football staffer Schembechler Hall has to offer.  Michigan wasn't good enough in 2017. U-M was about to enter 2018 with two scholarship quarterbacks who have very little combined experience. The demand for results surrounding Jim Harbaugh's program grows louder by the minute. Harbaugh did what he had to in acquiring the sophomore quarterback

Read more: https://www.freep.com/story/sports/college/university-michigan/wolverines/2017/12/12/michigan-wolverines-qb-battle-jim-harbaugh/942968001/?src=rss

Will Grier Among 2018 Heisman Hopefuls

The 2017 Heisman trophy was presented to Baker Mayfield this weekend and it wasn’t soon after that many publications began looking at who could be standing at the podium in a year. National publications are now getting a good look at Mountaineer signal caller Will Grier. Grier, along with Baker Mayfield and Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph were the best trio of quarterbacks in the Big 12. Mayfield and Rudolph will be graduating this year but Grier, if he elects to return, could be looking at very special season. Here is what ESPN.com had to say West Virginia QB Will Grier: The junior could enter the NFL draft. After all, other than winning a Big 12 title, what does he have left to prove?

Read more: https://www.smokingmusket.com/2017/12/12/16765238/will-grier-among-2018-heisman-hopefuls-wvu-mountaineers-west-virginia-football?src=rss

Frosted Flakes Scott Frost Brings Relief A Young Woman With A Lot of Courage

I never really shared as to how I felt when the Scott Frost hiring became official. I did relate for a couple weeks before the official news was released that I wouldn't trust it was a "done deal" until I saw Frost being introduced at a press conference at the University of Nebraska". I wasn’t wrong. You can go back to quotes from Frost's introductory presser and get a feeling for how hard the decision was for him to come to Nebraska. This is been rehashed in our comments section, possibly to death, but there were a lot of reasons for Frost to choose another job or to stay at UCF. In a word, I felt relieved. Not excited. Relieved. I'm sure I pay more attention to college football across the nation

Read more: https://www.cornnation.com/2017/12/12/16764662/scott-frost-hires-relief-young-woman-with-courage?src=rss

Friday Night Highlights Can Ole Miss complete the flip on Matt Corral

Current Florida commit and four-star U.S. Army All-American quarterback Matt Corral made the 2,000 mile trek East to the Velvet Ditch for his official visit with his mother and his father. The Elite 11 finalist has been committed to the Gators since July, but with former coach Jim McElwain getting the boot and new coach Dan Mullen taking over things in Gainesville, the 6’2, 196-pounder is possibly rethinking his college choice. Taking an official visit is one thing, but when it is clear across the country and to a school that hasn’t really been in the picture during your recruitment, that’s another thing. Ole Miss offered Corral a long time ago, but they have never really been mentioned a lot with his recruitment.

Read more: https://www.redcuprebellion.com/2017/12/12/16764502/ole-miss-recruiting-matt-corral-long-beach-poly-florida-dan-mullen-us-army-rebels-gators?src=rss



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