College football weekend news roundup
- Florida State senior tight end Kevin Haplea suffered a torn ACL Friday morning and will miss the entire 2013 season. He is an excellent run blocker that was pivotal to the Seminoles' rushing success last year.
- Former Houston running back Charles Sims has elected to transfer to West Virginia. The senior can play immediately since he already has a degree.
- East Tennessee State has hired former North Carolina coach Carl Torbush to help "restart" the football program. He helped the TarHeels win back-to-back bowl games in the late 90s.
- UCLA wide receiver Kenneth Walker underwent back surgery over the weekend and will miss the upcoming season. As a freshman in 2012, he finished with 11 receptions for 87 yards and was a contributor on special teams.
- In a surprising turn of events, Pittsburgh running back Rushel Shell has announced that he won't be transferring to UCLA after all. The rising sophomore stated in April on his intentions of joining the Bruins.
- Bob Stoops' home was burglarized on Wednesday. Police made arrests on Saturday. Here are the details.
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