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Former Kansas Football Player Brandon Bourbon Reported Missing

Former Kansas Jayhawks football player Brandon Bourbon was reported missing Monday by the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

Fox4KC.com reported the news, indicating Bourbon was last seen Saturday. A post by Facebook user Devin Hampton provided specifics about Bourbon's last known whereabouts:

The 24-year-old running back transferred from Kansas to Washburn in 2014. In addition to receiving first-team All-Big 12 academic honors in 2013, Bourbon appeared in 12 games and started six that season.

Bourbon hails from Potosi, Missouri. Another Facebook user, Turner Baty, implored anyone in the Kansas City, Missouri, area to "keep an eye out" and help in the search.

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Best Fits for Top 2017 Uncommitted Defensive End Recruits

The majority of marquee 2017 defensive end recruits remain undecided about collegiate plans 10 months shy of national signing day. Only five of the top 20 players at this position in 247Sports' composite rankings have announced a commitment, headlined by 5-star Iowa pledge A.J. Epenesa.

Fellow 5-star recruits Joshua Kaindoh and Jarez Parks lead a loaded group of undecided athletes who could provide immediate pressure along a defensive front during the 2017 college football season. Here's a peek at several premier defensive ends still searching for their university and which programs could provide a potential landing spot.

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12 Most Intimidating College Football Players Today

College football is an intimidating game played by intimidating athletes.

To make it this far as a football player, many of the stars of fall Saturdays need to have the size, strength and athleticism that blow the average Joe out of the water. They also need the type of attitude that can deflect any fear on the field toward their opponents.

But there are those who can intimidate the intimidators—the playmakers who stand out as the most fearsome. From immense size to a reputation for hitting the hardest, these are the players who are the most intimidating in the entire FBS landscape.

Here are a dozen of the most intimidating players in college football, based on size, strength and physicality for their given positions. Even after the departure of players such as Baylor's Shawn Oakman, Ole Miss' Robert Nkemdiche and Alabama's Derrick Henry, college football still has plenty of bruising behemoths and hard hitters to go around.

Of course, this is not a catch-all list of intimidating players in the game of college football. If you have your own suggestions for the top intimidators on the gridiron, shout them out in the comments below.

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FSU's Jimbo Fisher Unharmed in Car Crash Before Seminoles Scrimmage

Florida State Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher was involved in a two-car accident Saturday ahead of FSU's intrasquad scrimmage, per Jared Shanker of ESPN.com

Fisher didn't suffer any injuries as a result of the crash, though the driver of the other car and one of the passengers were taken to a hospital.

Fisher's vehicle sustained "disabling front end damage" and was towed away from the scene. The ESPN.com report didn't make note of the vehicle Fisher was driving, though, last month, Shanker shared a photo of a truck the coach had driven to Doak Campbell Stadium at the time:

The police report cited wet road conditions as one of the factors leading to the crash. A little over an inch of rain fell in Tallahassee, Florida, on April 2, per Weather Underground.

Despite the accident, Fisher managed to attend the scrimmage, which served as a tune-up for Florida State's spring game this Saturday in Orlando, Florida.

The Seminoles will begin their regular season on Sept. 5 against the Ole Miss Rebels as they look to dethrone the Clemson Tigers as ACC champions.

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