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Head football coach Deion Sanders has received backlash after announcing he will be leaving Jackson State University, a historically Black college and university (HBCU), to take over as head coach at the University of Colorado, a Power Five school. Television host Bomani Jones shares his tho…

    West Virginia quarterback JT Daniels is entering the transfer portal and could be headed to his fourth school, ESPN reported Tuesday. He started 10 games for the Mountaineers this season before being benched in favor of sophomore Garrett Greene. A five-star prospect in the Class of 2018, Daniels started his career at Southern California, then moved on to Georgia and, finally, West Virginia. He started the season opener in 2019 for the Trojans and sustained a season-ending injury, tearing multiple ligaments in his right knee. He transferred to Georgia in 2020 and spent two up-and-down seasons with the Bulldogs, despite a 7-0 mark as a starter. With Stetson Bennett returning as Georgia's incumbent starter in 2022, Daniels transferred to West Virginia. Greene replaced Daniels on Nov. 12 against Oklahoma and led the Mountaineers to a 23-20 win. In his one season at West Virginia, Daniels completed 61.2 percent of his passes for 2,107 yards with 13 touchdowns and nine interceptions. In 31 career games between the three programs, Daniels has thrown for 6,947 yards with 45 TDs and 25 interceptions. Daniels, 22, has one year of eligibility remaining but could have a second if he is granted a medical redshirt for 2019, ESPN reported. --Field Level Media

    No sooner did word break via Twitter on Sunday afternoon that Kentucky was headed back to the Music City Bowl for a postseason rematch with Iowa on New Year’s Eve at noon than the unhappiness started raining down on the Big Blue Nation. Let’s work through the popular laments about UK’s bowl placement: 1.) Same old, same old. Between SEC basketball tournaments, trips to watch the Wildcats play ...


    Quarterbacks Stetson Bennett of Georgia, Max Duggan of TCU, C.J. Stroud of Ohio State and Caleb Williams of Southern California are the finalists for the Heisman Trophy. The award given to the outstanding player in college football is determined by a vote of more than 900 sports journalists and past winners. It will be presented Saturday night at the Lincoln Center in New York. Williams and Stroud also are finalists for the Maxwell Award as the top performer in the college game. Williams, Stroud and Duggan also are up for the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award.

    Florida quarterback Anthony Richardson is going to the NFL.

    The redshirt sophomore announced Monday on Twitter that he will not play in the Gators' Las Vegas Bowl vs. No. 17 Oregon State and will declare for the 2023 NFL Draft.

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