A year and a half after he broke his neck in a game, Arkansas running back Rawleigh Williams suffered another injury scare when he was taken away in an ambulance from a Razorbacks practice on Saturday. Williams was injured prior to an Arkansas scrimmage, falling to the ground after a light hit and remaining there afterward. Williams led Arkansas and was third in the Southeastern Conference with 1,360 yards rushing last season, also rushing for 12 touchdowns.
Michigan’s trip to Rome this past week has probably not delighted fans of Michigan State and Ohio State but between the uniqueness of the whole thing to Jim Harbaugh’s antics, it’s been pretty entertaining to everybody else on this side of the pond. Case in point on Friday, where Harbaugh and the team wrapped up their second-to-last practice in Italy. The Wolverines apparently went to the opera the night prior and let’s just say the old head coach could not get the experience out of his system. He is seriously singing that with unbridled joy like a 10 year old. He probably won’t get many auditions based on those pipes but hey, Harbaugh’s gig is pretty good as is. Michigan wasn’t done after that
A subject of so much uncertainty here this week, DeShone Kizer expressed just one thing he was certain of – he just needed a chance to prove himself again. At various points over the past two years Kizer’s name appeared atop NFL mock drafts, the predicted No. 1 selection overall out of Notre Dame.