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Family of UAB's Bryant still mulling organ donation

The family of UAB running back Greg Bryant, who was declared brain dead Sunday morning, says he is still hooked to machines while his parents decide whether to allow the donation of his organs.

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How big could the SEC be?

In the spirit of conference expansion chatter, our Ryan McGee has an idea. He shook up the SEC, added four schools and juggled the divisions to help create a more balanced CFB map. Which teams are in the new West and East? Flipping the field

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What a blown-up CFB map could look like

Notre Dame in the B1G? Boise State in the Pac-12? This is what realignment and expansion should look like, even if it can't. Plus, an epic commitment and more of the best of the week in CFB.

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Authorities: UAB RB Bryant declared brain dead

UAB running back Gregory Bryant has been declared brain dead, one day after he was found shot in a car on Interstate 95 in South Florida, according to authorities in West Palm Beach.

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UAB RB Bryant critical after found shot in car

Greg Bryant is in critical condition after the UAB running back and another man were found shot in a car Saturday in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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CB Kalan Reed of the Titans, the final pick in the draft, lived in Nashville for three years as a little kid. From age 3 to 6, he estimates. It's where he started playing sports. As a member of the Flatrock Vols football team, he thinks he played against Jalen Ramsey and he knows he played at halftime of a Titans game at what is now Nissan Stadium.

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Highlights: Kalan Reed

With the Mr. Irrelevant pick, the Titans nabbed another cornerback, taking the Southern Miss product. Check out some of Reed's best highlights.

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Highlights: Jeff Driskel

The 49ers took their first quarterback of the draft in Round 6, grabbing the Louisiana Tech product and former Florida Gator. Check out some of Driskel's best highlights.

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Highlights: Kenneth Dixon

The Ravens nabbed the Louisiana Tech product late in Round 4. Check out some of Dixon's best highlights.

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RB Kenneth Dixon was one of the best players on the field during Senior Bowl workouts. Power, quicks and receiving skills. Showed some burst too. This is a very good pick for the Ravens.

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Highlights: Tyler Higbee

The Rams opted for the former Western Kentucky tight end in Round 4. Check out some of Higbee's best highlights.

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Titans third-round safety Kevin Byard says the ball skills that helped him collect 19 picks started as high school QB and WR. Plans to be immediate impact guy on special teams and fight for a starting job. Knows they just signed veteran Rashad Johnson as free safety, too. Doesn't have a favorite player. "I'm my favorite NFL player now."

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Highlights: Kevin Byard

Tennessee took Byard with the first pick of the third round. Check out some of Byard's best highlights here.

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Titans GM Jon Robinson (left): Third-rounder Kevin Byard from MTSU has outstanding ball skills. Can play free and strong.

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Safety Kevin Byard gets to work with Titans safeties coach Steve Jackson. He's a great teacher. Technique, technique, technique. And he preaches toughness. Great spot for a rookie. That's how you develop.

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Bio Blast: Vernon Butler

Carolina added the defensive tackle at No. 30. Butler is the first Louisiana Tech player drafted in the first two rounds since Troy Edwards in 1999.

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McShay scouting report: Vernon Butler

Get to know the newest Panther, No. 30 overall pick Vernon Butler. Todd McShay breaks down the former Louisiana Tech defensive tackle.

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Will the Butler do it?

Vernon Butler is a well-known prospect and a player our Mel Kiper, Jr. liked in 2015. Now, Butler is getting some first-round love, but don't expect him to fall past the mid-second round. Kiper's favorite players (Insider)

Reed could be the corner NFL teams want

Kalan Reed showed great athleticism at his pro day with a sub-4.4 40 time. He also has strong ball skills that allowed him to get his hands on more than 20 percent of his targeted passes, one of the best rates in the class. PFF's most underrated prospects (Insider)

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Cardinal not only wins, but wins big

Stanford far and away has the most consecutive 30-point games of the active FBS streaks with 13. Clemson, Oregon, North Carolina and Western Kentucky are all tied for the second most with six consecutive 30-point games.