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Jamil Sabbagh is projected as a starting wide receiver for the Chippewas by CM-Life.com.

Deebo Samuel revealed in July during SEC Media Days that he was 100 percent recovered from the broken leg he suffered Sept. 16 against Kentucky, Josh Kendall of The Columbia State reports.

Jamie Newman (quad) remained sidelined during Tuesday's practice session, Conor O'Neill of the Winston-Salem Journal reports.

Mike McCoy has been unable to participate in Kansas State's recent practices due to an unspecified injury and may not be ready to play in the Sept. 1 season opener against South Dakota, Kellis Robinett of The Wichita Eagle reports.

Justin Silmon will serve as one of the main backups to Alex Barnes when Kansas State opens its season Sept. 1 against South Dakota, Kellis Robinett of The Wichita Eagle reports.

Jared Poplawski will not play in 2018 due to a shoulder injury, Brian Howell of the Boulder Daily Camera reports.

Dalvin Warmack will serve as one of the main backups to Alex Barnes when Kansas State opens its season Sept. 1 against South Dakota, Kellis Robinett of The Wichita Eagle reports.

Alex Barnes will serve as Kansas State's starting running back to begin the 2018 season, Kellis Robinett of The Wichita Eagle reports.

Matt Romero will open the season Saturday against Wyoming as the Aggies' starting quarterback, Derek E. Gonzalez of Las Cruces Sun-News reports.

Andrew Meyer is dealing with a hamstring issue, according to The Athens Post.

Brandon Peters will open the season in a reserve role after Michigan named Shea Patterson its starting quarterback for the season opener Sept. 1 against Notre Dame, Aaron McMann of MLive.com reports.

Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley said Monday that Trey Sermon (leg) is positioned for the top backup role behind starting running back Rodney Anderson, Eric Bailey of the Tulsa World reports.

Cam Thomas is expected to finish out camp competing with freshman M.J. Rivers for the backup role behind A.J. Bush, the Herald & Review reports.

Although coach Lovie Smith wouldn't specifically name him the starter, A.J. Bush is expected to start at quarterback Week 1 against Kent State, the Herald & Review reports. "He came in and has quickly taken control of the team," the head coach said. "It seems like he has really taken over this last week," said Smith.

Quartney Davis has stood out during fall practice and has taken the majority of reps with the starters, the Houston Chronicle reports.

Sorrell Brown will miss all of 2018 due to injury The New Orleans Advocate reports.

Mekhi Sargent is expected to factor into the Hawkeyes' planned three-headed rotation in the backfield to begin the season, Adam Hensley of The Daily Iowan reports.

Toren Young is expected to serve as the top backup in the Iowa backfield to begin the season after offensive coordinator Brian Ferentz named Ivory Kelly-Martin the team's starting running back Tuesday, Adam Hensley of The Daily Iowan reports.

Charles Jones is dealing with a severe ankle sprain that leaves his status questionable for the season opener against Wake Forest on Aug. 30, The New Orleans Advocate reports.

Memphis head coach Mike Norvell confirmed that Brady White will open the season as the Tigers' starting quarterback, Evan Barnes of The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports.