Justin Fields Transfer

21 Jan 19
The Undefeated
Jalen Hurts is taking his talents to the University of Oklahoma. There, the former Alabama starting quarterback could replace Kyler Murray. Murray, a transfer from Texas A&M, replaced Baker Mayfield, who started his career at Texas Tech. Mayfield (2017) and Murray (2018) won the Heisman Trophy in consecutive seasons at Oklahoma, which has become the citadel of fast-break, big-time college football. It’s unprecedented for two quarterbacks at the same school to win back-to-back Heismans. Hurts could make it three. Meanwhile, Brandon Wimbush, formerly at Notre Dame, and Kelly Bryant, formerly at Clemson, are taking their talents elsewhere too. Wimbush and Bryant began the 2017 regular season as starting quarterbacks. Wimbush is off to Central Florida and, barring injury, Bryant will play at the University of Missouri next season. Hurts (Tua Tagovailoa), Wimbush (Ian Book) and Bryant (Trevor Lawrence) all lost their starting positions as their teams made it to the College Football Playoff (CFP) final four. Again, only Murray of the final four kept his job. And he won the Heisman. But sophomore Jake Fromm did hold off Justin Fields, the all-everything freshman, as the starting quarterback at Georgia, which lost three games last season but went to the CFP final game with Fromm as the freshman starter after the 2017 season. Fromm, an excellent dropback passer, should begin his junior year a Georgia Bulldogs starter. Fields, a passer and runner, is transferring to Ohio State, whose 2018 starting quarterback, Dwayne Haskins, is entering the NFL draft. Tate Martell, who’d been waiting his turn behind Haskins, is instead taking his talents to South Beach, where he’ll try to become the starter at the University of Miami. Reports are that the underclassman will seek a hardship waiver so he can play this upcoming season. And Dwan Mathis, who appeared headed to Ohio State, will instead head south from Michigan to Georgia to back up Fromm. It’s dizzying. And it all makes sense, at least from the perspective of elite programs and players: Each program seeks to put the players on the field who give the teams the greatest chance to win. The coaches make choices without regard for past glory or future compensation of individual players. There is too much money, millions and millions of dollars, in big-time college football for top programs to operate in any other way. [newsletter-culture] At the same time, all of the transferring quarterbacks are pre-pros: They seek to use college as a springboard to the NFL. And if they can’t do it from one college, they’ll do it at another, just as the coaches do. There is too much pro football money at stake for the players to remain at schools where they have lost their starting jobs. Hurts, Wimbush and Bryant all seek to be graduate transfers and play in the 2019 regular season. Fields, a sophomore, seeks a waiver that would allow him to play in 2019 too. Furthermore, stars who do not play in one of the CFP championship games are opting out of lesser bowl games to prepare for the NFL draft. And if they are hurt, they are shutting their college seasons down, again to look to the NFL draft or their first season in the league. Which is to say, the as yet undrafted NCAA stars at every position will look past the college football game, just as the schools look past incumbent players to their incoming recruits. They can’t afford to do otherwise. In the coming months, those who are paid to talk about college football will look at Hurts, 26-2 as an Alabama starter, and discuss whether he and others made the right decisions. And others, thrust into Hurts’ and others’ cleats, will prepare to do something similar in the 2020 regular season and beyond.
21 Jan 19
Arcynewsy

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21 Jan 19
WritersWrite

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20 Jan 19
Buckeye Wire

[jwplayer ek141AW0-TPCohRft] Ohio State has released its spring roster for 2019 along with news about winter conditioning and the date of the annual Spring Game. Transfer quarterback Justin Fields is included along with six new incoming freshman that enrolled early. #Buckeyes https://t.co/B1ShkmoHgh Ohio State Releases 2019 Spring Football Roster, Including Justin Fields and Six Freshmen pic.twitter.com/2DgFZaLZgw — […]

20 Jan 19
Falcon Forecast

Wednesday Late Start and PLC Plan for this week!  Please READ ME! Lower School: Wednesday morning will focus on student accountable independent reading.  During your PLC’s we are giving you time to give some feedback on our school wide goals. If you feel like you want to get a head start on these surveys feel […]

20 Jan 19
Buckeye Wire

[jwplayer ek141AW0-TPCohRft] On Friday, Ohio State released news about Ohio State’s winter workouts beginning, and communicated the date for the 2019 Spring Game. Strength and Conditioning coach Micky Marotti met with 105 players on Thursday to begin winter conditioning. He’ll have the team until he hands them over to head coach Ryan Day in the […]

20 Jan 19
Daily News
NORTHRIDGE >> Heading into Saturday’s boys basketball showcase between Campbell Hall and Heritage Christian, the Vikings were sitting well above the Warriors in the most recent CIF-SS Division 2AA poll. Campbell Hall at No. 10, and Heritage Christian at No. 14. “I knew about the poll. But it’s not something we were focused on,” Heritage Christian coach Paul Tait said. The latest Daily News top 10 rankings proved to be much more accurate after Heritage Christian’s 93-62 nonleague victory over Campbell Hall. The Warriors currently sit at No. 5 in the area, and Campbell Hall recently fell out of the top 10 after a loss to then-unranked Calabasas last week. #gallery-3013925-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3013925-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-3013925-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-3013925-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Campbell Hall’s Jonny Garnett blocks a shot by Heritage Christian’s Gary Ekmekjian, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Heritage Christian’s Skyy Clark, right, tries to steal the ball from Campbell Hall’s Jabari Walker, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Heritage Christian’s Quincy Bentley shoots between Campbell Hall’s Khalil Dodson (12) and Kyle Beedon, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Campbell Hall’s Jabari Walker goes for a dunk against Heritage Christian, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Heritage Christian’s Kyle Frelow pivots around Campbell Hall’s Jonny Garnett, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Heritage Christian’s Gary Ekmekjian goes for a layup against Campbell Hall’s Ryan Trunkett, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Heritage Christian head coach Paul Tait directs his players against Campbell Hall, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Heritage Christian’s Leo Williams dunks against Campbell Hall, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Heritage Christian’s Justin Rochelin passes while being defended by Campbell Hall’s Nehemiah Gilliam, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Heritage Christian’s Skyy Clark claps as they extend their lead against Campbell Hall, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Heritage Christian’s Skyy Clark (1) and Noah Fernando, right, celebrate as Campbell Hall calls a timeout, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Heritage Christian’s Skyy Clark goes to the hoop against Campbell Hall’s Christopher Hammond, left, and Austin Sacks, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Heritage Christian High School. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker) Leo Williams led Heritage Christian with 25 points, Justin Rochelin had 14, and Clark added 13 points, eight rebounds and nine assists.. Heritage Christian (19-5) has not lost a game since new freshman transfer Skyy Clark arrived from Oaks Christian in January. He was originally a member of Heritage Christian’s middle school “When I came back, I immediately felt comfortable,” Clark said. “I knew the kids at the school, most of the team – it helped me to just focus on basketball.” He became eligible shortly after the new year and his impact has made the Warriors a serious contender in the Division 2AA field. Clark’s name has been known for years as an up and coming prodigy – he lives up to it. But Tait believes his biggest impact isn’t his smooth game and explosive dunks. 📺HIGHLIGHTS📺 Heritage Christian tops Campbell Hall 93-62 Saturday afternoon. Leo Williams scored 25 points. Skyy Clark had 13pts, 8rebs, 9asts for the Warriors.@HeritageBBall | @Heritage_Sports | @_skyyclark_ | @pwtait pic.twitter.com/P8xBV83Vw1 — Tarek Fattal (@Tarek_Fattal) January 20, 2019 “I’d put Skyy up against any player in Southern California on the perimeter. His defense is phenomenal,” Tait said. Halfway through the second quarter, the game was tied at 34-34 before the Warriors finished the half on an 18-0 run, then ballooned the lead even more in the opening minutes of the second half. Forward Kyle Frelow blocked a shot off the backboard, Clark scooped up the loose ball and through a lob to Williams for an alley-oop slam. Heritage was up 61-37 in a blink of an eye. Campbell Hall’s (13-7) leading scores in the first half, Jabari Walker (11 points) and Kyle Beedon (10) didn’t score in the second half. “We pick up man-to-man full court,” Tait said “I’ve got eight players that can do it – they are starting-caliber players.” With the addition of Clark, a natural playmaker, already-potent weapons like Dillon Depina, Noah Fernando, Justin Rochelin, Kyle Frelow, and Leo Williams make Heritage Christian deep and dangerous. “Having those weapons around me takes the pressure off,” Clark said of his teammates. Heritage Christian is likely to win the Olympic League going unbeaten, which will help the Warriors secure an opening-round home game. But Camarillo, Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks), Mayfair, Valencia, Orange Lutheran, and Villa Park are all serious contenders in Division 2AA.
20 Jan 19
SCNG
NORTHRIDGE >> Heading into Saturday’s boys basketball showcase between Campbell Hall and Heritage Christian, the Vikings were sitting well above the Warriors in the most recent CIF-SS Division 2AA poll. Campbell Hall at No. 10, and Heritage Christian at No. 14. “I knew about the poll. But it’s not something we were focused on,” Heritage Christian coach Paul Tait said. The latest Daily News top 10 rankings proved to be much more accurate after Heritage Christian’s 93-62 nonleague victory over Campbell Hall. The Warriors currently sit at No. 5 in the area, and Campbell Hall recently fell out of the top 10 after a loss to then-unranked Calabasas last week. This slideshow requires JavaScript. Leo Williams led Heritage Christian with 25 points, Justin Rochelin had 14, and Clark added 13 points, eight rebounds and nine assists.. Heritage Christian (19-5) has not lost a game since new freshman transfer Skyy Clark arrived from Oaks Christian in January. He was originally a member of Heritage Christian’s middle school “When I came back, I immediately felt comfortable,” Clark said. “I knew the kids at the school, most of the team – it helped me to just focus on basketball.” He became eligible shortly after the new year and his impact has made the Warriors a serious contender in the Division 2AA field. Clark’s name has been known for years as an up and coming prodigy – he lives up to it. But Tait believes his biggest impact isn’t his smooth game and explosive dunks. 📺HIGHLIGHTS📺 Heritage Christian tops Campbell Hall 93-62 Saturday afternoon. Leo Williams scored 25 points. Skyy Clark had 13pts, 8rebs, 9asts for the Warriors.@HeritageBBall | @Heritage_Sports | @_skyyclark_ | @pwtait pic.twitter.com/P8xBV83Vw1 — Tarek Fattal (@Tarek_Fattal) January 20, 2019 “I’d put Skyy up against any player in Southern California on the perimeter. His defense is phenomenal,” Tait said. Halfway through the second quarter, the game was tied at 34-34 before the Warriors finished the half on an 18-0 run, then ballooned the lead even more in the opening minutes of the second half. Forward Kyle Frelow blocked a shot off the backboard, Clark scooped up the loose ball and through a lob to Williams for an alley-oop slam. Heritage was up 61-37 in a blink of an eye. Campbell Hall’s (13-7) leading scores in the first half, Jabari Walker (11 points) and Kyle Beedon (10) didn’t score in the second half. “We pick up man-to-man full court,” Tait said “I’ve got eight players that can do it – they are starting-caliber players.” With the addition of Clark, a natural playmaker, already-potent weapons like Dillon Depina, Noah Fernando, Justin Rochelin, Kyle Frelow, and Leo Williams make Heritage Christian deep and dangerous. “Having those weapons around me takes the pressure off,” Clark said of his teammates. Heritage Christian is likely to win the Olympic League going unbeaten, which will help the Warriors secure an opening-round home game. But Camarillo, Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks), Mayfair, Valencia, Orange Lutheran, and Villa Park are all serious contenders in Division 2AA.
19 Jan 19
Lines

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19 Jan 19
World's Today's News

WICHITA, KS – After dividing the series of seasons in 2018, the University of Cincinnati is in the state of Wichita for two p.m. Council with the Shockers. The heavy cloud fell on Friday night, but the action must be heated indoors at the Charles Koch Arena where the Shockers only knocked down Central Florida […]

19 Jan 19
Archy news nety

BASKETBALL Boys RFA 79, VVS 56 RFA – C. Williams 6, Podkowka 1, Call 12, Sudhea 9, Hoe 1, Baldwin 6, K. Williams 6, McNatt 1, Rojas 8, Cooke 6, Recco 12, Wilbert 11. VVS – Weydig 2, VanDreason 8, Horodnick 2, Donnelly 5, Dedic 2, Palmer 4, Yauger 2, Sutherland 8, Janowski 21, Fox […]

19 Jan 19
Archy news nety

BASKETBALL Boys RFA 79, VVS 56 RFA – C. Williams 6, Podkowka 1, Call 12, Sudhea 9, Hoe 1, Baldwin 6, K. Williams 6, McNatt 1, Rojas 8, Cooke 6, Recco 12, Wilbert 11. VVS – Weydig 2, VanDreason 8, Horodnick 2, Donnelly 5, Dedic 2, Palmer 4, Yauger 2, Sutherland 8, Janowski 21, Fox […]

19 Jan 19
carterbhuffsports but for short cbhsports

14.Auburn Projected Starter:Malik Willis 2018 Stats:12 Carries,88 Rush Yards While former top notch recruits Joey Gatewood and Bo Nix could take his place,Malik Willis has the most expierence so I’m pegging him as the projected starter.The only thing really to say about Willis is that he needs to develop as a passer but may have […]

19 Jan 19
World's Today's News

MORGANTOWN – Quarterback Austin Kendall is finally on board in West Virginia after moving from Oklahoma, enrolling in time to ensure that he can practice with Mountaineers this spring. Although Kendall is clearly the favorite to be the beginner of West Virginia, do not expect him to win the job without fighting against Jack Allison. […]

19 Jan 19
Sport Archyves

Quarterbacks make the world spin in college football. The longer that something moves during this foreign period of the NCAA Transfer Portal, the more literally you can take that statement. A time in college football once defined by official visits and attempts to recruit flips turned Janes into something completely different – a de facto-free […]

19 Jan 19
The Buckeye Beat Report

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Buckeyes are currently in a nosedive as the Ohio State men’s basketball team dropped their fourth straight game on Friday with a 75-61 loss to Maryland.   Game Recap It was a close content for a majority of the first half as no team led by more than four points for […]