Mississippi State and Massachusetts have winning streaks on the line when they meet at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville, Miss., on Saturday.
Vikings. Sam Bradford’s chronic injuries interrupted yet another season. Case Keenum isn’t the long-term answer, and Teddy Bridgewater is still weeks away. Who do the Vikings commit to, and for how much? Like the Cardinals, they have pieces in place to compete now.
Those are all varying degrees of possibility for Cousins. It’s all because the biggest possibility, the 49ers, became an impossibility.
Freshman quarterback Sam Ehlinger, who has started five of Texas’ eight games, has been cleared from concussion protocol and has resumed practicing with the team.
Herman said Monday he has no intention of announcing in advance if Ehlinger or sophomore Shane Buechele, who started at quarterback last week and led the Longhorns to victory, would be the first one behind center on Saturday against TCU.
“Probably the only silver lining to having those guys banged up and both of them having played very well at times is that we don’t have to name a starting quarterback,” Herman said. “Unless college football has gone to the NFL, we don’t have to say anything about our depth chart. By Wednesday or Thursday we probably should know internally, but that’s for (TCU) to figure out.”