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—Wisconsin T Ryan Ramczyk (hip) will attend the NFL Combine to take part in the interview and measurement processes. He won’t, however, be on the field after undergoing surgery on Jan. 5 to repair a damaged right hip. “The surgeon said there was less damage than he expected and it went well,” Ramczyk said. “I won’t be able to test (physically) at the (NFL) combine, but I’ll be there for all the interviews and test and measurements.” Ramczyk earned First Team All-Big Ten honors and consensus All-American honors last year. He also received a first-round grade from the NFL Advisory Committee.
—LSU senior QB Brandon Harris announced Monday that he will transfer.
Once a celebrated recruit as a top-five dual-threat QB in the 2014 cycle, the 6-foot-3, 215-pounder lost his job to Purdue transfer QB Danny Etling last season and wasn’t heard from again. In two games as a junior in 2016, Harris went 13-of-25 for 139 yards and a 1/2 TD/INT rate.
—Kansas State co-offensive coordinator Del Miller has retired.
Miller was the first assistant coaching hire made by Bill Snyder at KSU. He ended up coaching under Snyder for 20 years. “I am very grateful to Del for staying with us as long as he has. He is a major contributor to the foundation of Kansas State Football as we know it today,” Snyder said. “Having been the very first assistant coach hired for us in 1988 and still with us today, speaks volumes.”
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