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Injured Montana QB Phillips thanks fans

The fifth-year senior, who transferred to Montana from Kentucky in 2016, was injured while scrambling on a broken play in the second quarter of Saturday's 56-3 win over Savannah State. Phillips wrote, "First off, I'd like to thank all my teammates, coaches and the fans of Griz Nation who have reached out to me and treated me like family during this time.

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Oregon State QB Jake Luton discharged from hospital after scary injury Update

Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton is carted off the field after suffering an injury against Washington State. Oregon State confirmed that QB Jake Luton indeed has a thoracic spine fracture. The school said Luton’s status is “week-to-week.” With Luton out, senior Darell Garretson will be the team’s No. 1 quarterback.

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Week Four in Pac-12 Football Choice matchups key stats last stands and a load of night games

Allow me to summarize Week Four in the Pac-12 with a few numbers: Five conference games total. Four conferences games on Saturday. Three conference games on Saturday at night. Zero chance this schedule is optimal for the Pac-12 brand. Many of its best teams, top players and most compelling story lines will be fighting each other for eyeballs and airtime in the 7/7:30 p.m. broadcast windows. Why jam UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen and Stanford tailback Bryce Love and surging Oregon and the Washington-Colorado rematch into the same window? Welp … * The TV partners, ESPN and Fox, don’t have the premium late-afternoon slot available this week. Instead, there is just one afternoon opening (12:30 p.m.).

Read more: http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/09/19/week-four-in-pac-12-football-choice-matchups-key-stats-last-stands-and-a-load-of-night-games/?src=rss

Former No 1 recruit Byron Cowart is leaving Auburn

Byron Cowart (R) celebrates a defensive stop against the Arkansas Razorbacks. Byron Cowart, the No. 1 recruit in the 2015 class, is no longer with the Auburn football team. After multiple reports emerged Tuesday morning, Tigers coach Gus Malzahn confirmed Cowart, a junior, was granted his release to transfer from the program.

Read more: https://sports.yahoo.com/former-no-1-recruit-byron-cowart-leaving-auburn-162200935.html?src=rss



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