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Ball State football’s Carson Steele, one of nation’s leading rushers, makes shocking transfer portal move

Ball State Cardinals running back Carson Steele has made a huge decision for his college football future, opting to enter the transfer portal. Steele posted a statement on his Twitter account on Saturday, revealing the news. In a statement, Steele said. “I want to thank Ball State for taking a chance on me when no […] The post Ball State football’s Carson Steele, one of nation’s leading rushers, makes shocking transfer portal move appeared first on ClutchPoints.
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Is Bo Nix returning to Oregon? Recent social media post brings question to the forefront

Even before the Oregon Ducks lost their final game of the regular season to the Oregon State Beavers, the main question in Eugene was about quarterback Bo Nix, and whether or not he would return to college for one more year instead of declaring for the NFL draft. While that question still hasn’t been answered officially, a recent post on Nix’s Instagram page seems to touch on the subject a little bit. Nix posted a video of him running for a touchdown against the Washington Huskies with the caption “Running into bowl week like… Who’s ready?” Of course, this doesn’t state whether...
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Oregon OL Bram Walden decides to enter NCAA Transfer Portal

Oregon redshirt freshman offensive lineman Bram Walden has become the sixth player to enter the transfer portal. Walden's entry was announced on Saturday via his Instagram. "I just want to thank the University of Oregon for making my experience for these last 2 years. And I'll always be grateful for this opportunity. I want to thank all of the coaches, players, family, friends, and faculty that have made my time here truly special. I want to thank the man above for always having a plan for me and allowing me to be where I am today. With that being said, I'm entering the transfer portal and I'm looking forward to furthering my academic and athletic career. Thank you! Go Ducks!"
EUGENE, OR

Top NFL Draft prospect shows off absurd strength in SEC title game

The Georgia Bulldogs have cemented their status as the top team in the country heading into the College Football Playoff. No. 1 Georgia steamrolled No. 14 LSU 50-30 to win the SEC Championship Game on Saturday in Atlanta. There were many incredible (and wacky) plays for the Bulldogs in the victory. One such play came Read more... The post Top NFL Draft prospect shows off absurd strength in SEC title game appeared first on The Comeback: Today’s Top Sports Stories & Reactions.
ATHENS, GA

Pitt defensive tackle Kancey to miss Panthers' bowl game

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh defensive tackle Calijah Kancey, the ACC’s Defensive Player of the Year, will miss the team’s bowl game due to injury. Kancey, a junior, made the announcement in an Instagram post on Friday. Kancey sustained an injury in the second half of a win over Duke on Nov. 19 and did not travel with the team for a victory at Miami on Nov. 26. “Thanks to the best trainers in the country at Pitt,” Kancey said. “I know they will help me get back to 100% soon.” Kancey collected 7 1/2 sacks and 14 1/2 tackles for a loss in 11 games this season for the Panthers (8-4). He is the first Pitt player to win the conference’s highest defensive honor since Aaron Donald in 2013.
PITTSBURGH, PA
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Broncos GM George Paton's Top-3 Offseason Roster Priorities in 2023

There will be a lot on Denver Broncos GM George Paton's plate this offseason. He will likely be looking for a new coaching staff once again and has some tough roster decisions to make after trading for and extending Russell Wilson. One of Paton's big roster priorities is fixing the...
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Lions’ rookie receiver Jameson Williams set for NFL debut after torn ACL: ‘Superstar’

Week 13 of the NFL season will feature the long-awaited debut of a former Crimson Tide standout. Detroit Lions wideout Jameson Williams has officially been activated off the injured list and will likely make his NFL debut for the team Sunday at Ford Field against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Williams suffered a torn ACL while playing in the national championship game in January. Prior to the injury, he caught 79 passes for 1,572 yards and 15 touchdowns last season for Alabama. The Lions traded up 20 spots in last April’s NFL draft to select the St. Louis native with the 12th overall pick. Detroit...
DETROIT, MI
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Michigan State DE Michael Fletcher entering transfer portal

Michigan State is apparently losing a veteran defensive lineman. Redshirt junior defensive end Michael Fletcher is in the transfer portal, a program spokesman confirmed on Saturday night. Fletcher, 6-foot-6 and 260 pounds, is a former three-star prospect from Flint Carman-Ainsworth High School who signed with Michigan State’s 2019 recruiting class...
EAST LANSING, MI

Jameson Williams in line to make his NFL debut with Detroit Lions

Jameson Williams is in line to make his NFL debut on Sunday after the Detroit Lions activated the former Alabama wide receiver from the reserve/non-football injury list on Saturday afternoon. Williams had held the reserve designation since Aug. 23 as he recovered from a torn anterior cruciate ligament sustained in...
DETROIT, MI
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