Bobby Petrino had the look of a rough rider when presented to the media earlier in the week after sustaining injuries in a motorcycle accident. That is the least of his worries now with the Arkansas AD placing the coach on administrative leave for lying about the circumstances of the wreck. A girlfriend has emerged for the married Petrino. Will he survive the weekend professionally and personally?
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In other news...Alabama hosted Kendell Beckwith, four-star outside linebacker from Clinton-East Feliciana, La., to observe practice in Tuscaloosa. A Tide and Tiger battle.
Florida is hosting more than 100 prospects for the Orange and Blue game in Gainesville including Jonathan Allen, Joey Bosa, Ryan Green, Caleb Brantley...the list continues.
Georgia picked up three commitments on Friday. Two from in-state and one from the Sunshine State. All unranked at this point. Commitment list
Mississippi State added to their commitment list with the decision of Brandon Wells.
Ole Miss picked up a couple of commitments with both coming from out-of-state, Dannon Cavil, wide receiver from Texas and Christopher Robinson, defensive tackle from Louisiana. Commitment list
South Carolina reeled in their fourth commitment in the class with Kight Dallas from the Peach State. Commitment list
Tennessee also added their fourth commitment this week adding Corey Vereen, three-star defensive end from the Sunshine State. Commitment list
Duke jumps in the popular number with their fourth commitment in Dequavais Mann who is a cornerback from Rocky Mount-Northern Nash, N.C. Commitment list
The big news out of Tallahassee with Florida State is the reinstatement of James Wilder. The big-time talent has been suffering from major off-the-field-issues.
Georgia Tech picked up their first commitment with running back Travis Custis from Lovejoy, Ga.
Miami reeled in four-star tight end Standish Dobard from New Orleans-Ednar Carr, La. Commitment list
North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora moved their football practice to Mallard Creek High School in Charlotte. Bad weather provided a welcomed autographed session for Tar Heel fans. Photo gallery
USF lost a verbal pledge when Asiantii Woulard, quarterback from Winter Park, Fla., de-committed. He had been a member of the class since February.
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