Today On KSR: CJ Fredrick Watch, a busy UK Football weekend and more

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(Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

It was a very busy weekend for fans of UK Athletics (you) as UK Football wrapped up its spring season and added not one, not two, but three huge commitments to the 2022 class with the additions of the Wade twins out of Nashville and then Kiyaunta Goodwin, the NFL prospect out of Louisville/Southern Indiana. Joining football in the news, the UK Basketball roster situation added a new plot twist late last night, and some of UK’s secondary sports were in action, including No.

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Georgia football winners and losers following 2021 G-Day

Welcome to Good Day, UGA, your one-stop shop for Georgia football news and takes. Check us out every weekday morning for everything you need to know about Georgia football, recruiting, basketball and more.

Georgia football winners following 2021 G-Day

Winner: Devonte Wyatt

It’s difficult for defensive players to shine in spring games, with the event traditionally geared toward the offenses. But senior Devonte Wyatt made the most of his G-Day, as he finished with two of the four sacks the first-team defense picked up.

Wyatt could’ve left for the NFL following the 2020 season but he elected to return

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Oak Mountain hires Central-Phenix City assistant Tyler Crane to lead football program

Tyler Crane knows the Class 7A football landscape in Birmingham.

An assistant coach at several state schools for the past seven seasons, Crane was announced today as the new head football coach at Oak Mountain. Among his stops were two years as an assistant to former Oak Mountain coach Cris Bell in 2016 and 2017.

The first-year head coach will compete against some of the toughest competition and best coaches in the state in Class 7A, Region 3 with two-time defending champion Thompson (coach Mark Freeman), perennial champion Hoover (Josh Niblett), Hewitt-Trussville (Josh Floyd), Vestavia Hills (Sean Calhoun), Spain Park

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Analysis: 5 ascending UW Huskies through 6 spring football practices

These compliments come with a caveat.

Every year, in every program, players rise through the ranks over the course of 15 spring practices. And every year, in every program, some inevitably fizzle once spring turns to fall.

Which of Washington’s spring risers will make a tangible impact against Michigan, Oregon and Washington State? Which will be exposed as little more than a Montlake mirage?

In April, of course, it’s too soon to tell. But that won’t stop us from speculating. Here are five ascending Huskies through six spring football practices.

Dominique Hampton, junior safety

After three seasons toiling behind established

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Ranking the QBs most likely to transfer out of Baton Rouge

LSU football currently has a ridiculous amount of quarterback talent on the roster.

That’s a blessing and a curse.

While the Tigers have four quality options on the roster that could start this season, it seems inevitable that at least one of LSU’s talented quarterbacks will transfer — possibly as soon as this summer.

Is it a certainty that one of the Tigers’ quarterbacks will leave Baton Rouge?

No, not at all. We never know what’s going through a quarterback’s head, the relationships beyond football that have been developed, and the overall desires of a player.

But still, it seems

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Washington Football Team sends survey to season ticket holders for feedback on more than 30 potential names

The Washington Football Team has maintained that fans will play a big role in choosing the organization’s new identity and this week sent out an email to season ticket holders with more than 30 team names to weigh in on. 

Team President Jason Wright said in March the current name would remain the same until 2022 — although he noted fans have “warmed” up to it as a possible permanent fixture. But in this latest letter, fans were given a “small selection” to provide feedback on. 


“Each of you

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