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2014 College Playoff Rankings

28 October 2014 - 05:36 PM

1.Mississippi St
2.Florida State
4.Ole Miss
8.Michigan State
9.Kansas State
10.Notre Dame
12. Arizona

Georgia to file paperwork for Todd Gurley reinstatement

22 October 2014 - 07:34 AM

Georgia will file paperwork today with the NCAA to seek reinstatement for suspended star running back Todd Gurley, the school said in an announcement Wednesday morning.
“The University hopes for and expects a prompt ruling by the NCAA so that Todd, his coaches and teammates can adequately prepare for our next game,” the school said.
Gurley has been suspended since Oct. 9 while the school investigated whether he was paid for signing autographs. He has been held out of two games while serving an indefinite suspension.
Gurley all but acknowledged he broke NCAA rules in a statement released by the school.
“I take full responsibility for the mistakes I made, and I can’t thank the University, my coaches, and teammates enough for supporting me throughout this process. I’m looking forward to getting back on the field with my teammates,” Gurley said.
Attorney William King, who is representing Gurley and being paid by UGA as permitted under NCAA rules, said in a statement: “Todd has taken responsibility for his actions and is ready to rejoin his teammates.”
UGA said that Gurley “confirmed his desire to seek reinstatement,” and UGA fully supports that request.
Gurley thanked the university, coaches, teammates and “the Bulldog Nation for their patience and support.”
King said that UGA “has been great throughout the past two weeks and has done everything it can to support Todd.” He thanked president Jere Morehead, athletic director Greg McGarity and coach Mark Richt “for standing by Todd.”
Georgia’s next game is Nov. 1 against rival Florida in Jacksonville.

Florida QB Mornhinweg, DE Willis III in fight Monday night according to police

07 October 2014 - 11:59 AM


University of Florida football may be in trouble again after a fight between two players Monday night outside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

UF police received a complaint that Gators quarterback Skyler Mornhinweg got into a fight with a teammate, defensive lineman Gerald Willis. Both players subsequently declined to press charges against each other, according to Maj. Brad Barber, a UPD spokesman.
Barber said UPD officers were called to the stadium about 7 p.m. after receiving reports about the fight. Only one of the players was still at the scene when officers arrived, Barber said.
Due to a back-spasms injury to Will Grier, Mornhinweg is the next choice for quarterback behind Jeff Driskel, who was benched on Saturday for true freshman Treon Harris. Harris then led the Gators to victory over Tennessee in Knoxville.
Harris’ availability for this Saturday’s game in Gainesville against Louisiana State University remains in question after he was suspended Monday in light of an allegation that he raped a woman in an on-campus dorm.
Barber said there were no updates in that case.
Harris has not been charged with any crime.

Winston's Attorney "accuser reportedly wanted $7 million to go away"

24 September 2014 - 08:26 AM

Jameis Winston’s lawyer wrote in a recent letter to Florida State University that the woman who claimed she was raped by Winston offered to settle out of court for $7 million.
According to TMZ, the alleged victim’s lawyer, Patricia Carroll,demanded $7 million to settle her client’s claims against Winston and FSU and vowed that “you will never hear from my client or me again — in the press or anywhere” if the money was paid out. Winston’s attorney David Cornwell says he rejected the proposal and Carroll went to the media four days later.
Cornwell also told FSU in his letter that Carroll said Winston had to have raped her client because she would never sleep with a “black boy.” The alleged victim was dating a black male at the time.

Cornwell said Winston is willing to fully cooperate with FSU’s private investigation into the case but that the quarterback will not put himself into a situation where he is at risk of being extorted.

“Mr. Winston will cooperate with the Investigation. He looks forward to clearing his name,” Cornwell wrote. “But Mr. Winston will not walk into a honey trap. The investigation must be a legitimate investigation.”

Winston was cleared of sexual assault last year after prosecutors found a number of holes in the alleged victim’s story and discovered another man’s DNA on her clothing.