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Commits to UConn
Pondering transfer from Cincinnati
Headed to SMU
Transfers to East Carolina
Commits to UConn
Undergoes fifth surgery for leg
Walking from Memphis
Doing leg-strengthening work
Heading to draft
Returning for one more campaign
Returning for senior season
Heads to NFL draft
Records 20 yards in loss to LSU
Colubiale grabbed three of five targets for 20 yards in Tuesday's loss against LSU in the Fiesta Bowl.
Limited by drops in defeat
Davis grabbed three of eight targets for 59 yards and a score in the loss at the Fiesta Bowl on Tuesday against LSU.
Held below 100 yards in loss
McCrae rushed 10 times for 81 yards and a touchdown while also grabbing his only target for two yards during Tuesday's 40-32 loss to LSU at the Fiesta Bowl.
Ineffective in Fiesta Bowl loss
Mack was 11 for 30 with 97 yards, a touchdown, an interception and a lost fumble in the loss to LSU at the Fiesta Bowl on New Years Day.
Bottled up in Fiesta Bowl loss
Killins (undisclosed) carried the ball three times for 17 yards and caught both his targets for a loss of eight yards Tuesday against LSU.
Seven targets in post-season win
Deguara caught one of seven targets for three yards in Monday's Military Bowl victory over Virginia Tech.
Grabs two passes in bowl victory
Medaris caught two of four targets for 43 yards in Monday's 35-31 win over Virginia Tech at the Military Bowl.
Michael Warren II
Ends season with career-high
Warren rushed for 166 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries, also reeling in one of five targets for 10 yards to help down Virginia Tech at Monday's Military Bowl.
Leads comeback in final game
Moore completed 11 of 25 passes for 120 yards with a pick in Monday's win over Virginia Tech at the Military Bowl, also rushing for 64 yards on nine carries with a ground score.
Won't return Monday
Exits with ankle injury
Holding out hope for 2019
Central Florida quarterbacks coach Jeff Lebby said Saturday that he isn't ruling out the possibility of Milton (leg) playing in 2019, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. "Yeah, I think so," Lebby said, when asked if Milton might play next season. "We'll kind of wait and see. I think it's day-to-day with him. That's just the reality of it, and working through it all with him and our medical staff and seeing where it goes."