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Dienhart QB decision will define Jim Harbaughs tenure

The early signing period begins December 20, and prospects have been making commitments for months with recruiting heating up across the nation. And no school got a bigger recent commitment than Michigan when Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson announced Monday that he was coming to Ann Arbor. Patterson has two years of eligibility, but it’s unclear if he will be allowed to play in 2018. He’s seeking a waiver from the NCAA to have the transfer restriction lifted in the wake of sanctions levied against Ole Miss. If Patterson is cleared to play, he will add a fascinating dynamic to the Wolverines … and the Big Ten. Patterson is a former five-star recruit that Jim Harbaugh wanted to land out of

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Former Iowa State starting QB Jacob Park seeking transfer

Iowa State quarterback Jacob Park (10) looks to throw past Texas defenders Naashon Hughes (40) and Malik Jefferson (46) during the first half of an NCAA college football game, Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, in Ames, Iowa. Two months after taking a medical leave from Iowa State, quarterback Jacob Park says he’s pursuing other options for the final year of his college football career.

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Ace recruiter Tim Brewster following Jimbo Fisher to AM

Tim Brewster is taking his Twitter act — and recruiting talents — to College Station. The top recruiter announced on his personal Twitter account Tuesday morning that he will be joining Jimbo Fisher‘s coaching staff at Texas A&M.  Fisher left as the head coach at Florida State earlier this month for the same job at A&M. Brewster spent four years on Fisher’s FSU staff, serving as the Seminoles’ tight ends coach.  From 1998-2001, he served in the same role for Mack Brown at Texas. Brewster had one prior stint in the SEC, at Mississippi State in 2012 where he was the Bulldogs wide receivers coach.  He was the head coach at Minnesota from 2007-2010, compiling a 15-30 record before being fired midway

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Devin Hester officially announces his retirement

After playing for the Seahawks in their Divisional Round loss to the Falcons in last season’s playoffs, kick returner Devin Hester said he thought he was done with his playing career. Hester didn’t get around to officially closed the door on returning until Tuesday, however. That’s when he posted a farewell

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Cincinnati Bengals fall seven spots in NFL Power Rankings

Enquirer beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Jim Owczarski wrap up the Bengals 33-7 loss to the Chicago Bears at home. After Sunday's 33-7 loss to the Chicago Bears at Paul Brown Stadium, the 5-8 Cincinnati Bengals dropped seven spots from No. 21 to No. 28 in the latest USA TODAY Sports NFL Power Rankings

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Former Georgia QB Jacob Park transferring from Iowa State too

Jacob Park‘s winding collegiate football journey has taken yet another twist. The football program has granted Park, who will be leaving as a graduate, a release from his scholarship, although there’s no word on what if any restrictions were attached. The development comes a little over two months after Park took a sudden leave of absence due to what were described as “unspecified medical concerns.” Park confirmed to the Register that he was facing a one-game suspension after testing positive for marijuana prior to his sabbatical. Park also said he failed a drug test because of marijuana usage and was facing a one-game suspension that was supposed to have been served against Oklahoma on Oct. 7.

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Eli Manning has only known one NFL team Now what

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Eli Manning might yet return to the New York Giants next year, and any number of moves could make that happen. His team owner, John Mara, could fill the vacant general manager position with Dave Gettleman, a former Giants executive who won two titles with Manning and could be

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Colts Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Honor Indianapolis Angel

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Colts are proud to announce Kellee Hedges as the seventh honoree of the 2017 Colts Anthem Angels program, presented by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Hedges, a local resident of Mishawaka, IN, will be recognized at the Colts home game this Thursday, December 14, 2017

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