College football comings and goings … With the college football regular season now in the books, we can expect a spate of announcements about various player’s plans for their immediate football futures. It is certainly no surprise, for example, that Kentucky QB Will Levis, a top ten candidate for the upcoming draft, will not take advantage of the remaining year of eligibility he has and will be entering the upcoming draft. Levis though says he’s undecided about whether to play in the Wildcats’ bowl game later this month. Meanwhile, Virginia QB Brennan Armstrong, who was among the leading college passers in 2021, has reportedly entered the transfer portal, suggesting that he’ll stick with college next year. At the same time, Oklahoma junior OT Anton Harrison, a second day prospect for the upcoming draft, has announced that that he will be leaving school and entering the upcoming draft. Same for 4th-Year senior Zay Flowers of Boston College, another second-day candidate. On the other hand, Notre Dame CB Cam Hart, a 4th year junior, has confirmed that he will return to school for the 2023 season.