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Ex-Irish QB Wimbush transferring to UCF

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Former Notre Dame quarterback Brandon Wimbush says he is transferring to Central Florida, where he will be eligible to play next season as a graduate transfer.

Wimbush announced on social media Monday he would attend UCF next season. He started 16 games for the Fighting Irish over the last two seasons, including the first three of 2018. Wimbush lost his starting job to Ian Book, but helped the Irish to a 12-0 regular season.

Wimbush passed for 2,606 yards and 20 touchdowns and ran for 1,155 yards and 16 scores at Notre Dame.


WR Thomas says he's returning to Miami

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) Jeff Thomas says he's returning to the Miami Hurricanes.

The speedy wide receiver, who was dismissed by the Hurricanes in November and was transferring to Illinois, said in an Instagram post on Tuesday night that he's going back to Miami.


Arkansas gets former SMU QB Hicks

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) Former SMU quarterback Ben Hicks will play his final year at Arkansas.

Hicks made the announcement on Twitter . He will reunite with Arkansas coach Chad Morris and coordinator Joe Craddock, who recruited him to SMU in 2015.


Ex-Utah State player denies rape charges

LOGAN, Utah (AP) A former Utah State University football player denied charges that he sexually assaulted six women while he was in college.

Torrey Green testified Tuesday that he wished he had told women he dated in college he wasn't interested in long-term relationships, but he insisted he did not assault them, the Salt Lake Tribune reported . He countered detailed testimony given earlier by the six women who reported they were assaulted under similar circumstances, many after meeting Green on a dating site.


Oklahoma adds Manning, Odom to staff

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Oklahoma has hired Roy Manning as cornerbacks coach and Brian Odom as inside linebackers coach.

The school announced the moves Tuesday. Manning was UCLA's outside linebackers and special teams coach this season when Oklahoma beat the Bruins 49-21. He was linebackers coach under new Oklahoma defensive coordinator Alex Grinch when Grinch was defensive coordinator at Washington State from the 2015 to 2017 seasons.


Wash. St. to create Gleason research lab

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) Washington State is creating a neuroscience center named for former Cougars and New Orleans Saints defensive back Steve Gleason.

The Steve Gleason Institute for Neuroscience is expected to open at the school's satellite campus in Spokane in the second half of the year.


Murray spurns A's, will enter NFL draft

Kyler Murray, the first-round Major League Baseball draft pick and Heisman Trophy-winning Oklahoma quarterback, declared himself eligible for the NFL draft on Monday.

Murray announced his decision in a tweet , ending his brief and storied college career. What's next for the Murray is not yet known.


LSU Butkus winner White to turn pro

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) LSU All-America and Butkus Award-winning linebacker Devin White says he has decided to enter the 2019 NFL draft and forgo his remaining season of eligibility to play for the Tigers.

White, who made the announcement in a video released Monday on social media, is the third player from the 2018 Tigers to leave school early to turn pro, joining defensive back Greedy Williams and interior defensive lineman Ed Alexander.


Iowa top TE Hockenson leaving for draft

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Iowa's recruiting pitch will be bolstered by the fact that four of its players decided to leave early after receiving encouraging draft grades from the NFL.

It might also make next season tougher than ever.


Alabama LB Wilson declares for NFL draft

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) Alabama middle linebacker Mack Wilson is entering the NFL draft.

Wilson becomes the seventh Crimson Tide player and fourth defender to declare for the draft since losing to Clemson in the national title game.

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