It’s only a matter of days now before Dalvin Cook is paid handsomely to run a football, but Cook took one final side-step on his path to the NFL to say goodbye to Florida State. In a letter posted on Florida State’s official website, Cook took time to thank his coaches, the Seminoles’ support staff and, of course, the fans. In his three seasons on campus, Cook rushed 687 times for 4,464 yards and 46 touchdowns while catching 79 passes for 935 yards and two scores. He leaves school as Florida State’s all-time leading rusher. See an abridged version of Cook’s letter below: My time at FSU is over, but, man, I had a blast. All three years I spent at FSU, I enjoyed – especially the bonds and relationships
Travon Blanchard had 73 tackles in 2016. Baylor linebacker Trevon Blanchard is currently suspended following accusations of domestic violence against him. A judge in McLennan County, Texas, signed the civil protective order vs. Blanchard on Tuesday.
Texas football recruit Reese Leitao, the son of DePaul men’s basketball coach Dave Leitao, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of possessing drugs with the intent to distribute near school grounds, according to online arrest records. Leitao was allegedly found with 20 Xanax pills and more than $1,300 when he was taken into custody at Jenks (Okla.) High School, Tulsa-based FOX23 reported. He remained in the Tulsa County jail with his bond set at $15,000 as of Wednesday morning. His first court date is scheduled for March 7. After he decommitted from Nebraska, Leitao was one of two tight ends announced by Texas on National Signing Day on Feb. 1. "We're aware of the situation involving our signee,