Found September 20, 2012 on Optimum Scouting:

James FranklinGeorgia Tech has announced that starting wide receiver Jeremy Moore has left the team, but will stay enrolled in school.

Missiouri quarterback James Franklin is expected to be able to return to practice this week following a shoulder injury.  

Texas Christian's leading rusher, Waymon James, will miss the rest of the season due to a knee injury, meaning Matthew Tucker has a big opportunity.  

Conner Shaw has been named South Carolina's starter for their match up with Missiouri. 

Three people have been charged in the attack of Wisconsin running back Montee Ball. 

John L Smith's financial problems are far more extensive than most prevously thought.  

 

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