Former Tennessee QB Jarrett Guarantano, who started seven games in 2020 for the Vols before losing his starting job, announced Friday that he will transfer to Washington State.
USC, Maryland, Clemson and Nebraska were among the teams to move up in the recruiting class rankings, while Auburn and Florida State fell.
- Ex-Vols starting QB Guarantano headed to WSU
- Cal-Washington State off due to virus issues
- USC-Washington State game moved to Sunday
- Apple Cup off as Wazzu deals with COVID issues
While Notre Dame moved up in the 2021 recruiting class rankings, Alabama made a big move by landing one of the top running back prospects.
— Ty Jordan ran for 154 yards and three touchdowns to rally Utah to a 45-28 victory over Washington State on Saturday.
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— California's game at Washington State was canceled less than two hours before kickoff on Saturday because of a case of COVID-19 on the Cal team, the Pac-12 said.
Saturday's game between California and Washington State has been canceled due positive cases of COVID-19 within the Cal program, the Pac-12 announced.
— Amon-Ra St. Brown caught four touchdown passes from Kedon Slovis in a spectacular first quarter, and No. 16 Southern California cruised to a 38-13 victory over Washington State on Sunday night.
No. 18 USC's game against Washington State, originally scheduled for Friday, has been moved to Sunday to allow USC players to return from COVID-19 isolation.
Washington and Washington State's annual Apple Cup rivalry game is off this weekend because of COVID-19 issues within the Cougars' program.
The Washington State-Stanford game set for Saturday has been canceled, the Pac-12 announced Friday
Washington State quarterback Jayden de Laura has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not play in Saturday's game against Stanford, a source told ESPN.
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