UCLA jumped out to a 10-3 halftime lead over Stanford. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson) Raise your hand if you know what targeting is. Oh, nobody? Neither do I. About five hours after Penn State’s Brandon Smith was ejected for a questionable-at-best targeting
For the second year in a row Justin Hilliard will have to come back from a significant injury. On his Instagram account, the Ohio State linebacker revealed that he will be out for the next six months as he rehabs an unspecified injury. While the nature of the injury wasn’t detailed, a picture that accompanies the posting shows the redshirt freshman in a wheelchair with his left arm in a sling. Hilliard took a redshirt his true freshman season and missed the vast majority of spring practice this year with a right biceps injury. It’s unclear when Hilliard sustained this most recent injury, and the Buckeyes have yet to address Hilliard’s status moving forward. A five-star member of OSU’s 2015 recruiting
BYU entered halftime trailing West Virginia 21-13 because a review of a spike attempt added a second back to the clock. Attempting to get a touchdown or a field goal before half without any timeouts, BYU wide receiver Michael Juergens didn’t go out of bounds after catching a pass from quarterback Taysom Hill. The mental error meant BYU had to hurry up to the line of scrimmage and spike the ball before the second quarter expired.