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Jaylen Coleman logged three carries for eight yards in his season debut Saturday against UConn.

Landon Sides will make his first career start for North Texas this Saturday against ACU, Brett Vito of the Denton Record-Chronicle reports.

Kris Hutson played 10 snaps in Oregon's shellacking of Colorado on Saturday, according to Pro Football Focus.

Armoni Goodwin (undisclosed) didn't play in Saturday's win over Arkansas.

Peyton O'Leary returned to the field and logged four snaps against Rutgers, per Pro Football Focus.

Daniel Blood (undisclosed) managed to play for Missouri on Saturday but didn't log any statistics.

Jacquez Stuart (undisclosed) didn't play in Saturday's win over Northern Illinois.

Coy Eakin (collarbone) notched one reception (on three targets) for nine yards during Saturday's 20-13 loss versus West Virginia.

Darrius Clemons (undisclosed) logged three snaps in Saturday's win.

Trey Walker reeled in two of his three targets for 32 yards.

Bryce Williams accrued five carries for 16 yards and reeled in their only target for 15 yards during Saturday's 37-34 overtime defeat versus Northwestern.

George Hart (undisclosed) didn't take the field in Saturday's loss to USC.

Munir McClain (foot) wasn't able to play in the Utes' takedown of UCLA.

Thai Bowman (undisclosed) was spotted in warmups, but didn't receive any snaps in Saturday's win.

Jesiah Irish (undisclosed) played in the Beavers' narrow loss to Washington State.

Alex Washington has entered the transfer portal, A.J. Black of 247Sports.com reports.

Camden Orth (concussion) has been completely cleared to play, Michael Burwell of the Toledo Blade reports.

Jaden Walley was a little banged up and didn't play Saturday as a result, but he should be available for Saturday's game versus Alabama, Danny P. Smith of The Starkville Daily News reports.

Head coach Zach Arnett indicated Monday that if Jo'Quavious Marks "if Woody (Jo'Quavious) feels good to go, and the training staff clears him good to go, he'll go…If not, that's why you've got depth," Mike Nemeth of 247Sports reports.

Trebor Pena's (undisclosed) availability for Saturday's game versus Clemson is uncertain, Chris Carlson of Syracuse.com reports.