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Seth Collins leaving Oregon State a second time

Seth Collins‘ winding journey in Corvallis has taken yet another twist. After asking for it, Collins has been granted a release from his Oregon State scholarship, the school has confirmed. The junior wide receiver has already parted ways with the team, and no specific reason for the departure has been given. This marks the second time that Collins has left the Beavers football program.  In January of 2016, Collins, amidst speculation that he would be moved from quarterback to wide receiver, made the decision to transfer; three months later, he returned to OSU — as a receiver. Last season, Collins was second on the team in catches (36) and yards (418).  After three games this season, Collins was

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Ranking all 39 college football bowl games The top 10

No. 17 Oklahoma State (9-3) vs. No. 22 Virginia Tech (9-3), Dec. 28, 5:15 p.m. ET, ESPN: The star-studded Cowboys senior class will look to ride off with a final win to conclude a fine career. Tech didn’t fare well against the more accomplished teams on its schedule, so freshman QB Josh Jackson will need to get the Hokies on the board early to keep the high-scoring Cowboys in range. Four Oklahoma State receivers have at least 40 catches and more than 500 yards, led by James Washington and Marcell Ateman. No. 19 Michigan State (9-3) vs. No. 21 Washington State (9-3), Dec. 28, 9 p.m. ET, Fox: There was a bit of grousing from the Michigan State camp on selection day when the Spartans were passed over in favor of Michigan for the Outback Bowl.

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ESPN 300 QB Corral flips from UF to Ole Miss

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer Close Big Ten recruiting reporter Joined ESPN in 2011 Graduated from Central Michigan Follow on Twitter Ole Miss received good news on Thursday night when ESPN 300 quarterback Matt Corral announced he was flipping his commitment from Florida to the Rebels. The Long Beach, California, prospect had recently visited Ole Miss and made his decision to switch schools and sign early on Dec. 20. Corral's recruitment has taken a winding path, starting with a commitment to USC that ended with a departure from the Trojans' class. The No. 90-ranked prospect then committed to previous Florida coaches Jim McElwain and Doug Nussmeier in June. When the Gators fired McElwain and

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Where Notre Dame was is Defensive Backs

Notre Dame’s secondary presents one position of such strength it is continually pondered if raiding that depth could salvage the near-vacuum in the other half of the Irish defensive backfield. That was true before the season, and it remains the case now. WHERE NOTRE DAME WAS A bounty of cornerbacks, led by sophomore Julian Love, provided some sense of comfort in the Irish defense’s back line. A finally-healthy junior Shaun Crawford could finally contribute as a nickelback, and senior Nick Watkins, largely thanks to his length, established himself as a starter during spring practice. That marked three bona fide starters before even acknowledging the depth provided by sophomores Donte Vaughn and

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