Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas Tech has hired Terrance Jamison as defensive line coach. Jamison arrives after three seasons coaching defensive line at Florida Atlantic.

SVP says Snyder has earned love from fans (0:23)
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Motley joins rare company this season

With his 21-point, 16-rebound, five-assist effort in Tuesday night's win over Oklahoma, Johnathan Motley becomes the third major conference player with a 20-15-5 game this season, joining Purdue's Caleb Swanigan and Cal's Ivan Rabb. (ESPN Stats & Info)

Melrose interviews 'The Arkansas Waterfall' (3:35)

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas QB Montell Cozart announced he'll transfer for his final season of eligibility. He started seven games in 2016 before losing his starting job and made starts in each of his four seasons at KU. He's the third QB to leave the Jayhawks this offseason, joining Ryan Willis and Deondre Ford.


Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 offensive tackle Penei Sewell is part of another talented group of prospects in Utah this year. Sewell took an unofficial visit to USC this weekend and also holds offers from Florida, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, UCLA and others.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Rhule's completed staff at Baylor, announced today, counts 146 years of collegiate coaching experience, 33 years of work in the state of Texas and 27 seasons of NFL experience.

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Kansas State fans give well wishes to Bill Snyder (0:48)

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma State has hired John Wozniak to coach running backs. A former GA at Oklahoma State under Les Miles in 2004, Wozniak previously was at Southern Miss, where he spent the last four seasons coaching wide receivers and special teams. He replaces Marcus Arroyo, who left to become the co-offensive coordinator at Oregon. Wozniak completes Oklahoma State's coaching staff, barring any other changes.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas State makes the hire of Collin Klein official. Bill Snyder on his former QB joining the K-State coaching staff: "Collin is a great person: caring, loyal, hard working, responsible and disciplined. He will be received well by his peers, players and support staff, as will his lovely wife Shalin. Collin has a love and passion, not only for football, but even more so for guiding youth toward successful lives. Our program has always been centered around achieving success in five different areas of a young man's life: becoming the best they possibly can with their faith, their family, as a person, a student and a football athlete. Collin represents those priorities as well as any player we have ever had."