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Arizona Desert Swarm

Projecting Arizona’s offensive line during Layth Friekh’s suspension

Arizona will be without their starting left tackle for the first two weeks of the season The Arizona Wildcats lost three starters on their offensive line to graduation, and will be without a fourth for the first two weeks of the 2018 season. Left tackle Layth Friekh has to serve a two-game suspension, which was handed to him as a condition for getting a fifth year of eligibility. Arizona’s offensive line is arguably the thinnest and most worrisome position group, so dealing with Friekh’s absence won’t be easy. Friekh has played in 38 career games, and the most likely replacement will...

And The Valley Shook

Sports Illustrated Highlights More Details on Kristian Fulton’s Suspension

More information on why the LSU cornerback remains barred from competition until 2019. Today, Sports Illustrated’s Ross Dellenger (‘sup Delly!) published a report adding more details to the two-year suspension LSU cornerback Kristian Fulton is currently serving due to an attempt at circumventing an NCAA-administered drug test. Dellenger speaks with Fulton’s parents, as well as attorney Don Jackson, who is representing the sophomore player in his current petition to attempt to mitigate his suspension in time for the 2018 season. While the story doesn’t necessarily add any truly new...

Canes Warning

Miami football alums should benefit from Julian Edelman suspension

The impending four-game suspension of New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman should benefit former Miami football players Philip Dorsett and Braxton Berrios. Edelman is facing the suspension for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs. Dorsett is entering his fourth season in the NFL and his second in New England. Berrios was drafted in the sixth round […] Miami football alums should benefit from Julian Edelman suspension - Canes Warning - Canes Warning - A Miami Hurricanes blog