The Georgia Bulldogs are ascending on the field, and on the recruiting trail under Kirby Smart. The latest win for Georgia came on Thursday when Adam Anderson, the No. 57-ranked prospect in the class of 2018, committed to the home state Bulldogs over Alabama in what is another recruiting huge victory for Smart over his mentor Nick Saban. Anderson originally committed to Georgia in August 2016 before flipping to LSU earlier this year. The 6-foot-4, 214-pound pass-rushing outside linebacker opened up his recruitment for a third time July 6 with a focus on Tennessee, Alabama, Auburn, Clemson and Georgia. Along with Georgia's climb into the top 5 of the AP poll, the commitment of the nation's No.
After trailing 17-0 at the half, Memphis scores 42 2nd half points to claim their 6th win of the season to become bowl eligible. This also marks the first time in the Coach Norvell era that they won a game while trailing after 3 quarters. At the end of the 3rd quarter, Memphis trailed 31-21. They had been 0-6, not no more. "We never gave up, we always knew we could win," Anthony Miller said after the game. "We can go all the way. We shouldn't lose the rest of the season." Riley Ferguson struggled in the first half but came out in the second half ready to play. He finished with 472 yards on 33 of 53 passing and 1 touchdown. "It was a roller coaster," Ferguson said. "We had to calm down at the
This episode starts off with a detailed IU basketball conversation between Galen and Jordan Wells of The Hoosier, as we talk about Media Day reactions, preview Hoosier Hysteria, and talk about the latest in IU basketball recruiting. Then (29:30) we catch up with The Hoosier's Taylor Lehman to discuss IU football's matchup against Michigan State, including the challenges that IU faces in this contest and the things they need to do to compete for a rare victory in East Lansing.
LSU was able to get back in the game right before half when Carlton Davis missed a tackle allowing D.J. Chark to turn a short pass into a 37-yard gain. Malzahn was asked if he was concerned about the missed tackles during his Tuesday press conference. “No,” Auburn’s fifth-year head coach answered. “We had a couple of injuries to a couple of spots right there, especially in the first quarter. You got to give them credit for making a couple of those plays. “So, our defense is still a very good defense. I’d say we’re shorthanded a few guys but our defense I think has played very well all year and they’ll continue to do that.” If defensive coordinator Kevin Steele was still available to speak to
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To take the next step in his evolution, Trace McSorley first had to go backward. Penn State's quarterback went back in the offseason and reviewed enough film and saw enough open receivers who never had a shot to catch one of his passes. There, sitting in front of a computer screen, was the first time McSorley had looked their way.