The latest college football news stories, updated as it comes in for Monday, December 2nd
South Carolina QB Jake Bentley to transfer
Once seen as the possible franchise star quarterback for South Carolina, Bentley will transfer after missing most of last season hurt with a foot injury, and with the emergence of Ryan Hilinski as the starter to build around. Bentley completed 63% of his passes for 7,527 yards and 55 touchdowns with 32 picks.
Missouri TE Albert Okwuegbunam to turn pro
The 6-5, 255-pound Tiger tight end will turn pro early after catching 98 passes for 1,187 yards and 23 touchdowns in his career. He’s had a few problems staying healthy, but he’s got the size and skills to be a late first round pick, and he’ll definitely go in the top 50.
Old Dominion head coach Bobby Wilder resigns
After 13 years at ODU – and following an ugly 1-11 season with no wins over any FBS teas – head coach Bobby Wilder will resign. The school’s first and only football coach went 77-56 with a Bahamas Bowl win in 2016 and two trips to the FCS playoffs.