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OFFSEASON CFB NEWS
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Posted by Drew Martin
Replies: 5

A thread to keep up with the ongoings that will influence the CFB betting landscape. CFB season win totals seem to come out earlier and earlier year after year.....

Reply by Drew Martin

Memphis lands Arizona State grad transfer QB Brady White

Brady White came to Arizona State as the highest-rated quarterback signee in the program’s history. Three years later, he’ll write the final chapter of his collegiate playing career a lot further east.

http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/01/17/memphis- lands-arizona-state-grad-transfer-qb-brady-white/

Reply by Drew Martin

Sad news here....

Tyler Hilinski, Washington State quarterback, dies in apparent suicide at 21

Hilinski was the presumptive starting quarterback going into next season. He started Washington State’s Holiday Bowl loss to Michigan State after Luke Falk was unable to play due to a wrist injury.

“We are deeply saddened to hear the news of Tyler’s passing,” Washington State coach Mike Leach said in a statement. “He was an incredible young man and everyone who had the privilege of knowing him was better for it. The entire WSU community mourns as thoughts and prayers go out to his family.”

https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2018/jan/17/tyler-hilinski -washington-state-quarterback-dies-in-apparent-suicide

Reply by Rob_Veno

Kiffin hires 24-year-old Charlie Weis Jr. as offensive coordinator

By Chris Low and Field Yates

Florida Atlantic has hired 24-year old Charlie Weis Jr. to be its new offensive coordinator, FAU football coach Lane Kiffin confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday.

Weis becomes the youngest offensive coordinator in college football. He is the son of former Notre Dame coach and longtime NFL assistant Charlie Weis.

Kiffin told ESPN he hired Weis Jr. on Monday, after the Atlanta Falcons' playoff loss. Weis Jr. was an offensive assistant for the Falcons. He previously worked with Kiffin as an offensive analyst at Alabama and then briefly as FAU tight ends coach before landing the position with the Falcons.

"He's way ahead of his time in how he sees the game, his football IQ and just his overall intelligence," Kiffin told ESPN. "He's been around the game with his dad being a coach, a lot like I was when I was growing up, and has a bright future."

Weis Jr. attended Florida when his father was the Gators' offensive coordinator and then followed his dad to Kansas, where he graduated with a psychology degree in 2015. He was on Nick Saban's staff at Alabama as an offensive analyst in 2015 and 2016 and worked with both Kiffin and Steve Sarkisian during the 2016 season.

The FAU coordinator position became available when Kendal Briles took the same job at the University of Houston.



Reply by Drew Martin

FAU gets a SEC West former 4 star WR recruit:

former Auburn receiver Kyle Davis, a four-star recruit in 2016 who was dismissed from the Tigers in October, has officially transferred to FAU.

http://www.palmbeachpost.com/sports/college-football/former- auburn-receiver-kyle-davis-transfers-florida-atlantic/31NKEw yQzKYLjO6vrA8CzJ/

Reply by Drew Martin
 
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