Former Nebraska WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Not On Football Roster

first_imgArizona band performs before game.TUCSON, AZ – AUGUST 30: The Arizona Wildcats marching band perform before the college football game against the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks at Arizona Stadium on August 30, 2013 in Tucson, Arizona. The Wildcats defeated the Lumberjacks 35-0. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)Keyshawn Johnson Jr., a four-star wide receiver in the 2017 class, left Nebraska’s football program before his first season with the team. The son of the NFL wide receiver reportedly got in trouble over the summer and Keyshawn Johnson decided to pull his son from the program.After Mike Riley was fired as the team’s head coach, many expected Johnson Jr. wouldn’t stay with the team for long. After a few months, Johnson Jr. announced his plans to attend another university.In January, he posted a photo revealing his new program. He’s decided to transfer to Arizona.However, it seems he’s not on the Arizona football roster.Some Arizona personnel updates:Not on the roster: WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr.Status TBD but likely to be reinstated: S Scottie Young Jr.Transferring: DE Jose RamirezOn board: P Dylan Klumph, OL Robert Congel, WR Josh SzottI’ll ask Kevin Sumlin about this stuff later today— Michael Lev (@MichaelJLev) July 25, 2018The former 4-star wide receiver also considered USC and Ohio State before committing to Nebraska. With Scott Frost taking over the Huskers, it looks like Johnson Jr. saw this as an opportunity to make his exit.A quick search on Arizona’s website shows Johnson is not a part of the football program. One of the top wide receiver recruits from the 2017 class remains, Johnson has had a difficult start to his collegiate career.last_img read more

ESPN Releases 2nd Half Prediction For Oklahoma-Texas

first_imgKyler Murray throws a pass in warmups.NORMAN, OK – SEPTEMBER 22: Quarterback Kyler Murray #1 of the Oklahoma Sooners throws during warm ups before the game against the Army Black Knights at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on September 22, 2018 in Norman, Oklahoma. The Sooners defeated the Black Knights 28-21 in overtime. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)On Saturday afternoon, Oklahoma and Texas met for the second time this season – this time with the Big 12 title on the line. The Sooners are playing for a spot in the College Football Playoff, while the Longhorns are just hoping to ruin their rival’s season – and make a New Year’s Six bowl game in the process.It hasn’t been the high-scoring affair many predicted when the game kicked off. After the first quarter, only one touchdown had been scored, though both teams have added a score since then.Oklahoma leads 20-14 at the half.After two quarters of play, ESPN made its prediction for the second half. The Worldwide Leader gives Oklahoma a 78.6-percent chance to win.The second half kicks off in just a few minutes. Can the Sooners hold on and secure a spot in the College Football Playoff – pending Alabama-Georgia, of course?Only 30 minutes separates Oklahoma or Texas from a Big 12 title.last_img read more