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The CFB Daily Headline: October 23rd, 2017 (USC, Arkansas & More)

Welcome to the first edition of 365 Sports Network brand new daily College Football News section called “The College Football Headline”. Enjoy this section and the amount of content we push out on daily basis.

Baylor Bears

  • Baylor head coach Matt Rhule in a media conference today said that Zach Smith will remain their starting quarterback. This past Saturday, it was reported that Smith was dealing with flu-like symptoms and was replaced by Charlie Brewer who was phenomenal in reserve for Zach Smith. In the game against West Virgina, Charlie Brewer completed 8 of 13 passes for 109 yards and 2 touchdowns. Charlie Brewer will return to the backup role while Zack Smith will take over as the starter yet again. The Bears play Texas this weekend.


Arkansas Razorbacks

  • Offensive lineman Frank Ragnow has been ruled out for the remainder of the season due to a high ankle sprain. The injury was sustained in this past Saturday’s matchup against Auburn. Ragnow will undergo surgery for his injury and will miss 12-weeks of action. (Source: SEC Country)


USC Trojans

  • According to College Football Talk’s Ben Allbright, he predicts that Sam Darnold will return for his junior season in 2018. This would be a huge surprise to all. Sam Darnold, next to Saquon Barkley is one of the best prospects heading into the 2018 NFL Draft. This season, Sam Darnold has had a bit of a regression and a return to USC next season could be a possibility. Should Darnold for a junior year, the draft stock of quarterbacks like Baker Mayfield, Josh Rosen and Lamar Jackson should rise. (Source: College Football Talk)



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