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Renfro: 'I don't view myself as a hero'

Washington WR Isaiah Renfro explains why he decided to quit football in order to deal with his depression issues.

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Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze isn't running from the Rebels' NCAA troubles, but told ESPN.com on Monday that to accuse him or anybody on his staff of knowingly breaking the rules would be wrong. "The first thing I would say is that I own it. That's part of it when you're the head coach. You take the good with the bad," Freeze said. "But there's a big difference between making mistakes in recruiting and going out there with the intent to cheat. I don't have any information that anybody on my staff has been involved in any illegal payments to players or offering any inducements to players, and if I did have that information, I would fire them."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Grobe statement on his hiring as Baylor's interim coach today: "It is an honor for me to have the opportunity to join the Baylor football program during this important time. I am looking forward to getting to know and working with the coaches and players in the coming days, and I have great respect for Baylor as an institution and its long-standing heritage. As a coach, winning is important. At the same time, I want to assure the Baylor family that every decision we will make in this football program will be made with Baylor University, her students and our student-athletes in mind."

Who throws to jet ski better?

Both Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph and Texas QB Shane Buechele make incredible throws to friends on jet skis. Whose throw is better? You be the judge.

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Phil Steele @philsteele042

Army CB Josh Jenkins who had 23 starts at Army in '13 & '14 but missed last year will not be returning to Army this year.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

With ESPN 300 receiver Hezekiah Jones' decommitment from Baylor Saturday evening, the Bears' 2017 recruiting class is essentially down to one commitment. While both ESPN 300 quarterback Kellen Mond and three-star safety Jalen Pitre remain officially committed, Mond is actively looking at Ohio State, Auburn and other schools. Jones backing off his commitment is a big loss for the Bears, but it also isn't a major surprise. Jones, the No. 16 receiver in the country, has continued to be heavily recruited by Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and many others even though he was a longtime Baylor commitment.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

As expected, Baylor is getting hammered by rival recruiters trying to lure away players that signed this past February as part of a top-20 class and the remaining three commits in the 2017 class. It's still not clear whether or not the signees will be given releases from their letters of intent, but many like No. 1 offensive guard Patrick Hudson don't plan to enroll in summer classes on Monday and are talking with other schools.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Another day, another player backs out of his pledge from Baylor. Saturday evening three-star safety Donovan Stiner tweeted he was no longer pledged to the Bears. This is the third recruit that has backed off a commitment to Baylor since Art Briles was fired Thursday. The Bears now have three commitments in the 2017 class, and two of those commitments are actively looking at other schools.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Baylor's KD Cannon, one of the Big 12's top returning wide receivers, posted the following on his Twitter account tonight to address rumors he could transfer: "BAYLOR IS MY HOME AND THATS WHERE I WILL STAY AND FINISH MY COLLEGE CAREER."

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Baylor lost its second commitment since Art Briles was fired when Houston (Texas) Bellaire lineman Jayden Peevy backed off his pledge Friday night. The Bears are now down to four pledges in the 2017 class, and two of those commits are actively looking around at other schools.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

The NCAA combed the Ole Miss campus for three years and found that student-athletes received a little more than $16,000 in extra benefits. Ole Miss paid $1.5 million in legal fees for outside counsel. Yet, because of new information surrounding Laremy Tunsil, this whole thing isn't over. Who knows how long this could really drag on?

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

A lot of folks in the media have speculated Texas and Texas A&M could benefit big time from Baylor signees if they get released from their national letter-of-intent, but several recruiters told me today TCU could be the biggest beneficiary. Quite a few of Baylor's 2016 recruits had the Horned Frogs as finalists.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Per a source, Baylor RB signee Kameron Martin doesn't plan to enroll next week and has asked for release from his letter of intent. Martin was a 4-star recruit and had been committed to Baylor since July 2014.

GameDay 100: Jerry Rice, the trash talker?

The Hall of Famer wasn't known for his trash talk, but that doesn't mean he never tried it.

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