• COMMITMENT: Wyatt Rector is UVa Football’s QB of the Future
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    COMMITMENT: Wyatt Rector is UVa Football’s QB of the Future

    While the Elite 8 is going on and the Cavaliers are trying to forget the mass exodus of basketball players, the football program got some great news in the form of their 2nd commitment in the Class of 2018. Wyatt Rector, a dual-threat quarterback out of Leesburg, FL pulled the trigger and gave his notice to Coach Mendenhall and let the public know on twitter. Rector is a 3 star according to 247, with offers from Eastern Kentucky, USF, and Southern Miss, but was drawing interest from the likes of South Carolina, Wake Forest, and just visited North Carolina on Saturday and Virginia Tech two weeks ago.

  • USF DB Hassan Childs in stable condition after overnight shooting incident
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    USF DB Hassan Childs in stable condition after overnight shooting incident

    USF defensive back Hassan Childs was injured in a shooting incident overnight. Fortunately, Childs is currently said to be in stable condition, according to USF. “We are deeply concerned that an incident occurred overnight in which one of our guys, Hassan Childs, was injured in a shooting,” a statement from USF head coach Charlie Strong said. “Thankfully, Hassan is in stable condition and being well cared for, and no one else was injured. There is an ongoing investigation of the incident and we are in the process of gathering further information.” The shooting took place off campus, but details about the incident have not been reported. Childs played in eight games for the Bulls last year. He

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    KOCH: Battle For Starting QB Job In Its Early Stages

    March 25, 2017 CINCINNATI - Luke Fickell is a long way from naming a starting quarterback for next fall but one thing the University of Cincinnati head coach already knows for sure is that when he does settle on one it will be for the long haul. There will be no weekly quarterback competition as there was last year under Tommy Tuberville. "We'll have a guy that we say, this is the guy we're going with and making sure they understand that and that we've got the utmost confidence in him," Fickell said. "I don't want him always looking over his shoulder, but I want him to know that there are expectations in the quarterback room. You've got to be the man and you've got to know it all." That sounds