Four-star quarterback recruit and Maryland commit Dwayne Haskins Jr. told on Friday that he taking an official visit to Florida this weekend. Haskins, who committed to the Terps in the spring, is closely monitoring the coaching situation at Maryland but is using his official visits to review his options in case interim coach Mike Locksley is not retained. Florida had been pushing for Haskins before his commitment, but the Bullis star said "Alabama, LSU and Florida are always talking to me." Haskins was adamant that he's "100 percent committed" to the Terps.

More: Freshman defensive lineman Adam McLean, who is no longer enrolled at Maryland because of an "initial NCAA eligibility issue," is taking an official visit to Temple this weekend. The former four-star recruit remains committed to the Terps but also took an official visit to Auburn this month.


Ahmed Ghafir, Special to The Baltimore Sun

College football

Flacco's brother scores for W. Michigan in historic win

Western Michigan freshman Tom Flacco, a backup quarterback and the brother of Ravens star Joe Flacco, ran for a touchdown 2:26 into the Broncos' 35-30 upset of host No. 24 Toledo, their first win over a ranked team in program history. Corey Davis caught two touchdown passes for Western Michigan (7-5, 6-2 Mid-American Conference), whose win over the Rockets (9-2, 6-2) created a three-way tie for the division title and sent Northern Illinois to the conference championship game against Bowling Green on Friday. Tom Flacco, who has appeared in six games this season, also was 1-for-1 for 25 passing yards.


After demotion, Browns' Manziel might be inactive

Quarterback Johnny Manziel's demotion might take him out of action entirely Monday night. Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine said he hasn't decided whether Manziel, who was stripped of his starting job this week, will be active against the Ravens. Manziel was downgraded from starter to third string when a video surfaced of him partying during Cleveland's bye week in an Austin, Texas, club. Josh McCown will start, with Austin Davis serving as the backup. Manziel is next on the depth chart, and that could mean he doesn't get to put on his uniform. "I haven't done the worksheet yet, but that always comes down to projected health, where we are at other positions," Pettine said. "So I haven't made that decision yet."

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