Week 9 Recruiting Update

56 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 5.
4 star players committed this week: 25.
3 star players committed this week: 26.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

13 players ranked in the top 100 recruits committed this week.

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Jonah Funk (a 5 star DE from NATRONA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 10) who committed to Clemson Tigers.

Southeastern was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 11.

Houston Cougars locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 5 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Dean Shell - DT. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 185.

Jonah Funk - DE commits to Clemson Tigers.

Jonah Funk has committed to the Tigers.
Funk is widely considered to be one of the top ten prospects in this years recruiting class, and a lot of eyes have been on the DE from NATRONA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL.

Funk was also pursued by Baylor Bears, Colorado State Rams, Texas Longhorns, Utah Utes, South Carolina Gamecocks, Louisville Cardinals, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Virginia Cavaliers, Oregon State Beavers, Brigham Young Cougars, Kansas State Wildcats, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, Missouri Tigers, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Virginia Tech Hokies, Wisconsin Badgers, Oregon Ducks, West Virginia Mountaineers, Mississippi Rebels, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Iowa Hawkeyes, Arkansas Razorbacks, Nevada Wolf Pack, Michigan State Spartans, Oklahoma Sooners, Michigan Wolverines, and Boise State Broncos.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 9

Gains:
Kansas Jayhawks win against the West Virginia Mountaineers : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Colorado State Rams put the hammer on Boise State Broncos : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
West Virginia Mountaineers surprisingly lost to the Kansas Jayhawks : Prestige loss - 0.2
Boise State Broncos were no match for the Colorado State Rams : Prestige loss - 0.1

Mountain West News: New Mexico Lobos defense dominates!

The Lobos' defense is terrorizing opponents this season. In 7 games they’ve surrendered only 2520 total yards and 146 points. Steven Brown - SS is the boss of the defense with 40 take downs on the year. Could the Lobos become a defining defense for the league?

Kansas Jayhawks Catch the West Virginia Mountaineers by surprise!

The Kansas Jayhawks fans are celebrating after the Jayhawks took down the West Virginia Mountaineers.
In a fantastic effort the Jayhawks brought home the win against a superior opponent. The supporters of the Jayhawks are taking the victory as evidence that the team is only a couple of seasons away from being a top program, if they can keep progressing and developing their program.

Vanderbilt Commodores resigns Lee Neuman as OffensiveCoordinator

The Commodores have announced that they have given Lee Neuman a new contract. Neuman will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 2 years earning 6 million per year.

Missouri Tigers resigns David Tillman as DefensiveCoordinator

The Tigers have announced that they have given David Tillman a new contract. Tillman will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 8.5 million per year.

California Golden Bears resigns Brandon Hurst as DefensiveCoordinator

The Golden Bears have announced that they have given Brandon Hurst a new contract. Hurst will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 7 years earning 4 million per year.

Western Michigan Broncos resigns Thomas Blake as OffensiveCoordinator

The Broncos have announced that they have given Thomas Blake a new contract. Blake will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 7 years earning 5.5 million per year.

Western Michigan Broncos resigns Jason Ellington as HeadCoach

The Broncos have announced that they have given Jason Ellington a new contract. Ellington will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 5 years earning 5 million per year.

Western Kentucky Hilltoppers resigns Brian Zeller as DefensiveCoordinator

The Hilltoppers have announced that they have given Brian Zeller a new contract. Zeller will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 6 years earning 3 million per year.

Oklahoma Sooners resigns Larry Gardner as OffensiveCoordinator

The Sooners have announced that they have given Larry Gardner a new contract. Gardner will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 3 million per year.

Navy Midshipmen resigns Thomas Stanford as HeadCoach

The Midshipmen have announced that they have given Thomas Stanford a new contract. Stanford will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 4 years earning 5.5 million per year.

Week 8: QB Preston Falcon (CAL) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The California Golden Bears' Preston Falcon threw 8 touchdowns, completing 25 of 37 passes for 579 yards in the Golden Bears victory over the Stanford Cardinal.

After being signed in 2042, season number 1 for Falcon, has seen some impressive numbers including 26 touchdown passes this season.

California Golden Bears prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 8: LB Bernie Meeks (AKR) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Bernie Meeks of the Akron Zips has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Meeks finished with 5 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Sfty.

Akron Zips prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 8 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Sommers, S. - DE, LVILLE.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Harmon, H. - WR, NCST.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Bergeron, R. - FS, CONN.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Wheeler, M. - RB, TULSA.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: McCallister, M. - DE, TXCH.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Nance, A. - RB, BAY.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Switzer, E. - CB, MD.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Coy, R. - QB, MINN.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Lutz, C. - LB, UTEP.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Hubert, J. - WR, OLD.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Jackson, T. - CB, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Gamboa, D. - QB, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Meeks, B. - LB, AKR.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Humphreys, M. - WR, AKR.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Parker, A. - DE, UNLV.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Sacco, D. - QB, SDST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Tyson, L. - DE, UTAH.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Falcon, P. - QB, CAL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Sun, J. - CB, OLEMIS.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Garcia, M. - QB, TEXAM.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Hardy, W. - FS, GAST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Potter, H. - RB, TEXST.

Game Recaps for Week 8

Cougars - 21, Utes - 17
Golden Panthers - 30, Minutemen - 18
Cavaliers - 24, Eagles - 21
Cardinals - 41, Orange - 20
Seminoles - 48, Demon Deacons - 10
Wolfpack - 48, Blue Devils - 45
Hokies - 25, Hurricanes - 17
Panthers - 17, Yellow Jackets - 7
Knights - 43, Bearcats - 20
Golden Hurricane - 45, Owls - 7
Bulls - 28, Tigers - 14
Huskies - 17, Pirates - 10
Cougars - 35, Midshipmen - 27
Bears - 42, Longhorns - 20
Wildcats - 26, Cyclones - 7
Horned Frogs - 28, Cowboys - 12
Jayhawks - 45, Mountaineers - 24
Sooners - 31, Red Raiders - 10
Spartans - 41, Scarlet Knights - 34
Buckeyes - 42, Nittany Lions - 39
Terrapins - 36, Wolverines - 14
Hoosiers - 23, Hawkeyes - 13
Badgers - 38, Cornhuskers - 21
Boilermakers - 30, Fighting Illini - 23
Golden Gophers - 38, Wildcats - 31
Monarchs - 54, Blue Raiders - 51
Hilltoppers - 31, Roadrunners - 0
Miners - 32, Thundering Herd - 27
Owls - 43, Golden Eagles - 20
Bulldogs - 21, Mean Green - 13
Huskies - 30, Rockets - 20
Chippewas - 26, Bulls - 23
Broncos - 30, Cardinals - 27
Zips - 39, RedHawks - 10
Falcons - 30, Golden Flashes - 3
Rams - 44, Broncos - 3
Falcons - 24, Rainbow Warriors - 8
Rebels - 31, Cowboys - 9
Aggies - 23, Lobos - 20
Aztecs - 38, Spartans - 24
Wolf Pack - 33, Bulldogs - 22
Cougars - 37, Beavers - 16
Golden Bears - 56, Cardinal - 37
Huskies - 20, Ducks - 12
Trojans - 34, Bruins - 9
Sun Devils - 37, Buffaloes - 30
Aggies - 38, Tigers - 34
Crimson Tide - 27, Razorbacks - 3
Rebels - 44, Tigers - 42
Bulldogs - 30, Volunteers - 27
Gators - 37, Tigers - 7
Gamecocks - 31, Wildcats - 16
Bobcats - 48, Aggies - 17
Panthers - 21, Eagles - 13
Mountaineers - 42, Red Wolves - 30
Warhawks - 45, Trojans - 35
Ragin' Cajuns - 47, Vandals - 17

Week 8: LB Jonathan Cortez (NAVY) has suffered a major injury!

The Navy Midshipmen' LB Jonathan Cortez has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Donnell Henderson - QB

Hi lovers of all things recruiting, I bring you to a brand new edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this issue of Recruiting Watch, we will be looking at Donnell Henderson. Henderson is an interesting QB, out of COVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL, LA. His ranking of 52 nationally, makes Henderson a 4 star recruit. Henderson is 18 years old, weighs 204 pounds and is 6' 2" tall. Alright, let us get to what the scouts say!

This is the kind of kid you want to promote the game. Well behaved, loves the game, and respectful. This is a kid who really contributes to the team spirit and the social cohesiveness on the team. This is a kid who will shoulder any blame. He reads defenses like a senior, a college senior that is. Will deliver the ball to the target with nice accuracy. Has the arm strength to keep defenses on their toes.

A hot prospect, and a star coming out of high school, Donnell Henderson has plenty of suitors. His high school gave the following list of who had officially contacted them: Florida Gators, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, Baylor Bears, Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, UNLV Rebels, Utah Utes, South Carolina Gamecocks, Tulsa Golden Hurricane, Boston College Eagles, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Nevada Wolf Pack, Northern Illinois Huskies, Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns, Purdue Boilermakers.

Persons close to Henderson are certain he will commit to the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks.

Week 8 Recruiting Update

54 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 9.
4 star players committed this week: 31.
3 star players committed this week: 14.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

20 players ranked in the top 100 recruits committed this week.

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Mark Berry (a 5 star FS from STRONG VINCENT HS ranked at 13) who committed to South Carolina Gamecocks.

American Athletic was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 16.

Central Florida Knights locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 7 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Dean Shell - DT. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 129.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 8

Gains:
Kansas Jayhawks get surprise win against the Oklahoma Sooners : Prestige bonus + 0.3
New Mexico Lobos did good against the Colorado State Rams : Prestige bonus + 0.1

Losses:
Oklahoma Sooners could not even win against the Kansas Jayhawks : Prestige loss - 0.4
Colorado State Rams had their shortcomings exposed by the New Mexico Lobos : Prestige loss - 0.2

Southeastern News: Defense dominates for Commodores.

The Commodores defensive line is gashing the men on the other side of the ball so far this season with a total of 16 sacks, 6 forced fumbles and 61 tackles in 6 games.

Kansas Jayhawks surprise everyone!

With an outstanding effort the Kansas Jayhawks pull off the upset against Oklahoma Sooners.
Everyone had expected the Oklahoma Sooners to handle the Kansas Jayhawks with ease, but the Jayhawks just wanted it more. This was really a must win game for the Sooners, and the loss will surely put a dent in their confidence.

Tulsa Golden Hurricane resigns Elbert Borders as OffensiveCoordinator

The Golden Hurricane have announced that they have given Elbert Borders a new contract. Borders will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 3 years earning 4 million per year.

Louisville Cardinals resigns Eric Washington as DefensiveCoordinator

The Cardinals have announced that they have given Eric Washington a new contract. Washington will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 8 years earning 4 million per year.

Florida State Seminoles resigns Dylan Isaacs as OffensiveCoordinator

The Seminoles have announced that they have given Dylan Isaacs a new contract. Isaacs will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 7 years earning 4.5 million per year.

Week 7: QB Jesus Metz (TULSA) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Tulsa Golden Hurricane quarterback Jesus Metz has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Knights defeated the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, 57 to 54. Metz did his part, throwing 7 touchdowns, completing 27 of 48 passes for 514 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 25 to 6, and a passer rating of 186.1.

Tulsa Golden Hurricane prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 7: DE Cesar Webster (FRES) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Webster absolutely dominated in the Bulldogs 19-16 game with the San Diego State Aztecs. He finished with 6 Tck, 2 Sck.

Fresno State Bulldogs prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 7 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Morales, R. - LB, MIAFL.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Simone, J. - WR, DUK.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Parris, J. - CB, ECAR.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Metz, J. - QB, TULSA.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Jankowski, E. - LB, KANST.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Gray, J. - QB, TT.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Guyton, S. - CB, IOWA.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Coy, R. - QB, MINN.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Hamilton, R. - SS, MARS.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Wilcox, F. - QB, NTX.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Perkins, F. - FS, BYU.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Gamboa, D. - QB, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Jackson, W. - DE, NILL.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Humphreys, M. - WR, AKR.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Webster, C. - DE, FRES.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Kane, S. - QB, SJST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Patrick, B. - SS, ARIZ.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Zavala, D. - WR, STAN.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Brady, S. - FS, TEXAM.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Ricketts, G. - QB, TENN.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Urban, G. - CB, GAST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Brown, R. - QB, GAST.

Game Recaps for Week 7

Spartans - 36, Fighting Irish - 28
Cougars - 34, Minutemen - 31
Cardinals - 35, Eagles - 10
Hokies - 27, Demon Deacons - 13
Tigers - 31, Orange - 6
Seminoles - 55, Wolfpack - 16
Blue Devils - 42, Panthers - 41
Yellow Jackets - 28, Cavaliers - 21
Hurricanes - 32, Tar Heels - 0
Bearcats - 41, Huskies - 9
Owls - 26, Bulls - 20
Pirates - 58, Cougars - 24
Knights - 57, Golden Hurricane - 54
Green Wave - 21, Mustangs - 16
Tigers - 39, Midshipmen - 36
Bears - 41, Mountaineers - 10
Longhorns - 36, Cyclones - 10
Cowboys - 37, Red Raiders - 34
Wildcats - 37, Horned Frogs - 17
Jayhawks - 37, Sooners - 33
Wolverines - 34, Nittany Lions - 27
Scarlet Knights - 24, Buckeyes - 13
Terrapins - 45, Hoosiers - 3
Hawkeyes - 45, Wildcats - 38
Golden Gophers - 27, Cornhuskers - 24
Badgers - 34, Fighting Illini - 31
Golden Eagles - 33, Monarchs - 30
Bulldogs - 23, Roadrunners - 7
Thundering Herd - 41, Blue Raiders - 28
Golden Panthers - 37, Hilltoppers - 34
Mean Green - 47, Miners - 30
Dukes - 33, Owls - 30
Rockets - 23, Eagles - 13
Zips - 37, Chippewas - 9
Huskies - 13, Cardinals - 10
Falcons - 23, Bulls - 13
Broncos - 39, RedHawks - 24
Rams - 29, Lobos - 26
Rebels - 35, Broncos - 31
Cowboys - 28, Falcons - 21
Wolf Pack - 44, Aggies - 26
Spartans - 51, Rainbow Warriors - 44
Bulldogs - 19, Aztecs - 16
Cardinal - 58, Huskies - 21
Cougars - 48, Buffaloes - 14
Golden Bears - 59, Beavers - 26
Trojans - 40, Ducks - 23
Utes - 31, Sun Devils - 12
Rebels - 42, Razorbacks - 24
Aggies - 38, Tigers - 10
Bulldogs - 31, Tigers - 21
Volunteers - 42, Tigers - 7
Gamecocks - 44, Gators - 17
Commodores - 24, Bulldogs - 10
Bobcats - 41, Red Wolves - 37
Warhawks - 52, Jaguars - 14
Aggies - 33, Eagles - 3
Panthers - 44, Trojans - 34
Vandals - 48, Mountaineers - 38
Wildcats - 33, Boilermakers - 17

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Joseph Garcia - FS

Hey football wonks. I am glad to give you Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this issue of Recruiting Watch, the analysis will concern Joseph Garcia, an interesting FS, out of NORTH HIGH, WI. Garcia is a 5 star player, ranked 43. He is 18 years old, weighs 193 pounds and is 6' 2" tall. Without further ado, the scout report:

He is driven. He pushes himself. He takes care of his teammates. Most everyone who ever played with him, counts him as their friend. Hits ballcarriers low, taking no chances.

The young Garcia has his phone ringing off the hook. Joseph Garcia recently told local news that the following teams have shown interest: Memphis Tigers, Baylor Bears, Brigham Young Cougars, South Carolina Gamecocks, Wisconsin Badgers, Oregon State Beavers, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Michigan Wolverines, Kansas State Wildcats, Boise State Broncos.

Joseph Garcia has made an effort to keep to himself, his deliberations about where to commit. Not even his closest friends know.

Week 7 Recruiting Update

24 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 1.
4 star players committed this week: 7.
3 star players committed this week: 15.
2 star players committed this week: 1.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

2 players ranked in the top 100 recruits committed this week.

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Granville Hedges (a 5 star G from CROTONA ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 28) who committed to Maryland Terrapins.

Sun Belt was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 5.

Boston College Eagles locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 3 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Dean Shell - DT. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 75.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 7

Gains:
Old Dominion Monarchs get surprise win against the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers : Prestige bonus + 0.2
New Mexico Lobos win against the San Diego State Aztecs : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Hawaii Rainbow Warriors win against the Nevada Wolf Pack : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers folded against the Old Dominion Monarchs : Prestige loss - 0.2
James Madison Dukes were no match for the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders : Prestige loss - 0.05
Central Michigan Chippewas were blown out by the Ball State Cardinals : Prestige loss - 0.05
San Diego State Aztecs could not even win against the New Mexico Lobos : Prestige loss - 0.2
Nevada Wolf Pack failed miserably against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors : Prestige loss - 0.2
Washington Huskies were blown out by the Oregon State Beavers : Prestige loss - 0.05

Changes:
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers decrease to 71 prestige.

League News: Tigers racking up yards!

The offense of the Tigers is throwing up some serious yardage on everybody this year, posting 3417 total yards and 279 points thus far in 6 games. Quarterback Ralph Fogle - QB and receiver John Keyser - WR have clowned on opponents to the tune of 636 yards this season, while Running Back George Mosley - RB has juked, jived and steamrolled his way for 746. The big boys up front has crushed the opposition for 255 pancakes this season while surrendering only 2 quarterback sacks.

Old Dominion Monarchs surprise everyone!

With an outstanding effort the Old Dominion Monarchs pull off the upset against Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.
Everyone had expected the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers to handle the Old Dominion Monarchs with ease, but the Monarchs just wanted it more. This was really a must win game for the Hilltoppers, and the loss will surely put a dent in their confidence.

New Mexico Lobos upset the San Diego State Aztecs!

The New Mexico Lobos fans are celebrating after the Lobos took down the San Diego State Aztecs.
In a superb effort the Lobos kept at it, and brought home the win. The Aztecs are widely considered to be the better of the two programs, but with the Lobos winning the fans are hoping that the Lobos will soon be able to dance with the big boys.

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Catch the Nevada Wolf Pack by surprise!

With an outstanding performance the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors pull off the upset against Nevada Wolf Pack.
Everyone had expected the Nevada Wolf Pack to get an easy win at home against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. The Rainbow Warriors however, thought differently. Blowing a must win game will surely put a dent in the Wolf Pack confidence.

Is Ripley worth keeping?

An anonymous source in the Blue Devils' locker room claim Joel Ripley - CB is acting out again. Ripley has been drawing a lot of attention in the media and inside the facility. He seems to have an unpopular opinion about everything.

Duke Blue Devils prestige penalty - 0.05

Week 6: QB William Blake (IDAHO) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Idaho Vandals quarterback William Blake has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Vandals defeated the Arkansas State Red Wolves, 44 to 43. Blake did his part, throwing 5 touchdowns, completing 26 of 60 passes for 465 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 12 to 10, and a passer rating of 97.5.

Idaho Vandals prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 6: SS Joseph Porterfield (NWST) wins Defensive Player of the Week

SS Porterfield's ball hawking ability was on display in the Wildcats 27-15 game with the Purdue Boilermakers. He finished with 3 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 2 Def TD, 1 FR.

"Joseph has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Wildcats Defensive Coordinator

Northwestern Wildcats prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 6 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Whiteside, T. - LB, PITT.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Hiller, F. - QB, SYR.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Plummer, J. - DE, HOU.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Metz, J. - QB, TULSA.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Brooks, R. - LB, TX.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Wade, E. - QB, OK.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Porterfield, J. - SS, NWST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Jones, K. - WR, IND.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Viera, D. - CB, MT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Wilcox, F. - QB, NTX.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Briseno, A. - LB, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Schoonover, N. - QB, ARMY.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Ponce, F. - LB, BALL.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Ferraro, R. - QB, KENT.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Noriega, M. - LB, NM.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Smith, T. - QB, BOST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Milam, T. - LB, UCLA.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Falcon, P. - QB, CAL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Holcombe, R. - SS, BAMA.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Ricketts, G. - QB, TENN.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Brink, H. - DT, TEXST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Blake, W. - QB, IDAHO.

Game Recaps for Week 6

Black Knights - 35, Demon Deacons - 28
Bruins - 45, Cougars - 21
Tigers - 35, Eagles - 20
Seminoles - 31, Orange - 28
Cardinals - 25, Wolfpack - 24
Blue Devils - 30, Hokies - 20
Yellow Jackets - 27, Hurricanes - 17
Cavaliers - 24, Panthers - 23
Golden Hurricane - 42, Bearcats - 34
Knights - 39, Owls - 3
Bulls - 24, Pirates - 19
Midshipmen - 37, Huskies - 10
Cougars - 28, Mustangs - 13
Bears - 66, Cyclones - 10
Cowboys - 38, Mountaineers - 7
Horned Frogs - 43, Red Raiders - 6
Sooners - 38, Wildcats - 14
Longhorns - 40, Jayhawks - 10
Scarlet Knights - 41, Nittany Lions - 27
Wolverines - 28, Golden Gophers - 15
Buckeyes - 37, Hoosiers - 20
Terrapins - 27, Spartans - 13
Hawkeyes - 45, Badgers - 17
Wildcats - 27, Boilermakers - 15
Cornhuskers - 16, Fighting Illini - 13
Monarchs - 35, Hilltoppers - 10
Bulldogs - 44, Miners - 19
Blue Raiders - 64, Dukes - 3
Owls - 47, Golden Panthers - 21
Roadrunners - 39, Owls - 27
Mean Green - 31, Thundering Herd - 26
Rockets - 27, Zips - 24
Huskies - 38, Bobcats - 13
Cardinals - 71, Chippewas - 7
Eagles - 27, RedHawks - 3
Broncos - 41, Falcons - 13
Golden Flashes - 35, Bulls - 32
Rams - 38, Spartans - 27
Broncos - 41, Falcons - 9
Cowboys - 29, Aggies - 27
Lobos - 20, Aztecs - 13
Rainbow Warriors - 26, Wolf Pack - 14
Beavers - 44, Huskies - 7
Wildcats - 34, Cardinal - 19
Cougars - 24, Utes - 6
Golden Bears - 41, Ducks - 23
Sun Devils - 34, Trojans - 27
Commodores - 33, Razorbacks - 3
Crimson Tide - 35, Aggies - 28
Tigers - 43, Rebels - 21
Volunteers - 41, Bulldogs - 22
Tigers - 35, Gators - 24
Tigers - 17, Gamecocks - 10
Bulldogs - 52, Wildcats - 10
Bobcats - 40, Jaguars - 3
Trojans - 49, Aggies - 27
Warhawks - 45, Eagles - 13
Vandals - 44, Red Wolves - 43
Ragin' Cajuns - 33, Mountaineers - 30
Green Wave - 30, Minutemen - 6

Week 6: DE Fred Milner (PITT) has suffered a major injury!

The Pittsburgh Panthers' DE Fred Milner has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Earl Muhammad - QB

Good day my fellow football fans, hope you will like more in detail analysis in this installment of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In today's report, the analysis will concern Earl Muhammad, QB, coming out of COCOA BEACH JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, FL. Muhammad is a 4 star recruit, ranked 39. Muhammad is 6' 1" tall, weighs 200 pounds and is 19 years old. Here is what we found out:

He is driven. He pushes himself. He never gives up on his coaches and teammates. He keeps fighting for them even when others give up. He does not get fooled by coverages often. Makes nice throws.

According to multiple sources, teams that have contacted Muhammad include: Miami (FL) Hurricanes, Florida Gators, Florida State Seminoles, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Central Florida Knights, Wisconsin Badgers, East Carolina Pirates, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Syracuse Orange, Ohio Bobcats, Texas State Bobcats, Iowa Hawkeyes.

Earl Muhammad confirmed that Miami (FL) Hurricanes are probably the leading contender for him. He made sure to add that no decision has been made.

Week 6 Recruiting Update

17 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 2.
4 star players committed this week: 9.
3 star players committed this week: 6.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

5 players ranked in the top 100 recruits committed this week.

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Clark Morrow (a 5 star DE from SHERANDO HIGH ranked at 26) who committed to Nevada Wolf Pack.

Pac-12 was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 6.

USC Trojans locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 4 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Dean Shell - DT. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 51.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 6

Gains:
Purdue Boilermakers pull off a win against the Nebraska Cornhuskers : Prestige bonus + 0.2
New Mexico Lobos was not outmatched by the Nevada Wolf Pack : Prestige bonus + 0.1

Losses:
Wake Forest Demon Deacons got trambled by the North Carolina State Wolfpack : Prestige loss - 0.05
Nebraska Cornhuskers disappointed against the Purdue Boilermakers : Prestige loss - 0.2
Nevada Wolf Pack were evenly matched against the way inferior New Mexico Lobos : Prestige loss - 0.2

Changes:
Purdue Boilermakers increase to 50 prestige.

League News: Top receiver trio?

The Terrapins trio of Jack Winslow - WR, Marvin Post - WR and Charles Gavin - TE are currently the leading trio of pass catchers in the league, with 14 receiving touchdowns between the three.

Purdue Boilermakers surprise everyone!

With an outstanding effort the Purdue Boilermakers pull off the upset against Nebraska Cornhuskers.
Everyone had expected the Nebraska Cornhuskers to handle the Purdue Boilermakers with ease, but the Boilermakers just wanted it more. This was really a must win game for the Cornhuskers, and the loss will surely put a dent in their confidence.

Week 5: QB Alfonso Mulkey (SC) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced South Carolina Gamecocks quarterback Alfonso Mulkey has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Gamecocks defeated the Auburn Tigers, 71 to 65. Mulkey did his part, throwing 9 touchdowns, completing 23 of 32 passes for 582 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 14 to 2, and a passer rating of 207.3.

South Carolina Gamecocks prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 5: CB Ronny Haight (UTAH) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Ronny Haight of the Utah Utes has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Haight finished with 8 Tck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD.

Utah Utes prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 5 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Chambers, C. - FS, NCST.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Browder, R. - WR, FLST.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Royster, J. - FS, TULSA.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Rees, D. - QB, ECAR.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Jefferson, J. - CB, TXCH.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Wade, E. - QB, OK.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Shank, B. - LB, MIST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Coy, R. - QB, MINN.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Walter, T. - FS, MT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Wilcox, F. - QB, NTX.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Perales, T. - LB, BYU.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Gamboa, D. - QB, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Simpson, R. - DE, OH.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Ferraro, R. - QB, KENT.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Luis, M. - CB, BOST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Diaz, S. - QB, FRES.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Haight, R. - CB, UTAH.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Mayer, R. - WR, CAL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Biggs, N. - SS, TEXAM.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Mulkey, A. - QB, SC.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Dorn, L. - CB, LAMON.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Ragan, C. - WR, IDAHO.

Game Recaps for Week 5

Eagles - 41, Fighting Irish - 7
Owls - 27, Black Knights - 17
Broncos - 45, Cougars - 38
Wolfpack - 48, Demon Deacons - 10
Orange - 7, Panthers - 0
Tigers - 34, Hurricanes - 14
Cardinals - 34, Seminoles - 33
Blue Devils - 41, Yellow Jackets - 23
Cavaliers - 28, Tar Heels - 23
Bulls - 33, Bearcats - 17
Knights - 37, Tigers - 20
Cougars - 43, Huskies - 40
Pirates - 38, Green Wave - 17
Golden Hurricane - 34, Mustangs - 20
Red Raiders - 31, Bears - 29
Sooners - 52, Cyclones - 24
Cowboys - 34, Jayhawks - 14
Horned Frogs - 30, Mountaineers - 6
Nittany Lions - 34, Wildcats - 10
Wolverines - 38, Hoosiers - 3
Scarlet Knights - 37, Badgers - 23
Terrapins - 34, Fighting Illini - 10
Buckeyes - 44, Spartans - 37
Golden Gophers - 41, Hawkeyes - 29
Boilermakers - 24, Cornhuskers - 3
Roadrunners - 27, Monarchs - 7
Bulldogs - 45, Owls - 21
Owls - 34, Blue Raiders - 27
Hilltoppers - 42, Miners - 7
Mean Green - 36, Golden Panthers - 12
Thundering Herd - 31, Dukes - 20
Rockets - 40, Cardinals - 10
Huskies - 34, Chippewas - 10
Falcons - 27, Eagles - 17
Broncos - 41, Golden Flashes - 34
Zips - 41, Bulls - 24
Bobcats - 27, RedHawks - 24
Rams - 37, Cowboys - 17
Falcons - 33, Spartans - 27
Wolf Pack - 27, Lobos - 20
Bulldogs - 44, Aggies - 16
Aztecs - 20, Rebels - 17
Utes - 34, Huskies - 17
Cardinal - 41, Ducks - 26
Cougars - 55, Golden Bears - 21
Sun Devils - 45, Beavers - 20
Trojans - 80, Buffaloes - 17
Wildcats - 41, Bruins - 10
Razorbacks - 35, Tigers - 6
Tigers - 28, Rebels - 19
Aggies - 64, Bulldogs - 48
Crimson Tide - 34, Bulldogs - 20
Gamecocks - 71, Tigers - 65
Commodores - 31, Wildcats - 13
Bobcats - 30, Eagles - 9
Aggies - 22, Vandals - 17
Warhawks - 40, Mountaineers - 13
Red Wolves - 26, Trojans - 24
Panthers - 27, Jaguars - 20

Week 5: CB Quinton Sneed (GAST) has suffered a major injury!

The Georgia State Panthers' CB Quinton Sneed has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 5: FS Geoffrey Presley (RUT) has suffered a major injury!

The Rutgers Scarlet Knights' FS Geoffrey Presley has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Week 5: SS Donovan O'Reilly (OKST) has suffered a major injury!

The Oklahoma State Cowboys' SS Donovan O'Reilly has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Granville Hedges - G

Good day recruiting diehards, I bring you to more in detail analysis in this edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. Here I look at Granville Hedges, a blooming G, out of CROTONA ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL, NY. Hedges is ranked as a 5 star player, and 28 overall. He is 6' 5" tall, weighs 299 pounds and is 18 years old. OK, let us get down to brass tax.

Here is a kid who no one doubts will put in the work. Even if he is not the strongest, coaches like his strength. And he has enough of it. He comes of the line with power and leverage on run plays. This is something that scouts notice. He has shown in high school he can hold his own in pass blocking. He keeps good leverage and will only get better once college coaches get their hands on him.

As one of the better G coming out of high school this year, it is no surprise that Granville Hedges has is being courted by several programs. Local news report that at least these teams have shown interest in bringing him into their program: Florida Gators, Ohio State Buckeyes, Maryland Terrapins, Utah Utes, Texas Longhorns, West Virginia Mountaineers, South Carolina Gamecocks, Nevada Wolf Pack, Michigan Wolverines, Oklahoma Sooners, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.

The consensus is that Hedges will probably commit to the Maryland Terrapins. It will be interesting to see if this prediction holds true.

Week 5 Recruiting Update

17 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 1.
4 star players committed this week: 9.
3 star players committed this week: 7.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

1 players ranked in the top 100 recruits committed this week.

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Timothy Hickson (a 5 star C from DENHAM SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 22) who committed to Alabama Crimson Tide.

Atlantic Coast was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 6.

Texas Christian Horned Frogs locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 3 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Dean Shell - DT. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 34.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 5

Gains:
Arizona Wildcats put the hammer on Brigham Young Cougars : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Iowa State Cyclones win against the Oklahoma State Cowboys : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Purdue Boilermakers pull off a win against the Ohio State Buckeyes : Prestige bonus + 0.3
Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders win against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Buffalo Bulls vastly outscored the Miami (OH) RedHawks : Prestige bonus + 0.05
New Mexico Lobos kept scoring points against the Wyoming Cowboys : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Colorado Buffaloes beat the Utah Utes : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Georgia State Panthers pull off a win against the Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Brigham Young Cougars got humiliated by the Arizona Wildcats : Prestige loss - 0.1
Oklahoma State Cowboys could not even win against the Iowa State Cyclones : Prestige loss - 0.2
Ohio State Buckeyes disappointed against the Purdue Boilermakers : Prestige loss - 0.4
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs disappointed against the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders : Prestige loss - 0.2
Miami (OH) RedHawks was walked all over by the Buffalo Bulls : Prestige loss - 0.1
Wyoming Cowboys got humiliated by the New Mexico Lobos : Prestige loss - 0.1
Utah Utes could not even win against the Colorado Buffaloes : Prestige loss - 0.2
Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns folded against the Georgia State Panthers : Prestige loss - 0.2

Changes:
Iowa State Cyclones increase to 43 prestige.
Ohio State Buckeyes decrease to 87 prestige.

League News: Baylor Bears: A no Pass Zone.

Bears pass defense this year has been tenacious this season, giving up only 220 in 3 games. Said one member of the defensive backfield, ‘We’re so good, our opponent’s wives come to watch US play’.

Iowa State Cyclones upset the Oklahoma State Cowboys!

The Iowa State Cyclones fans are celebrating after the Cyclones took down the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
In a superb effort the Cyclones kept at it, and brought home the win. The Cowboys are widely considered to be the better of the two programs, but with the Cyclones winning the fans are hoping that the Cyclones will soon be able to dance with the big boys.

Purdue Boilermakers pull off the upset!

The Purdue Boilermakers fans are celebrating after the Boilermakers took down the Ohio State Buckeyes.
In a fantastic effort the Boilermakers brought home the win against a superior opponent. The supporters of the Boilermakers are taking the victory as evidence that the team is only a couple of seasons away from being a top program, if they can keep progressing and developing their program.

Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders take home the upset victory!

The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders fans are celebrating after the Blue Raiders took down the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs.
In a fantastic effort the Blue Raiders brought home the win against a superior opponent. The supporters of the Blue Raiders are taking the victory as evidence that the team is only a couple of seasons away from being a top program, if they can keep progressing and developing their program.

Colorado Buffaloes take home the upset victory!

With an outstanding performance the Colorado Buffaloes pull off the upset against Utah Utes.
Everyone had expected the Utah Utes to get an easy win at home against the Colorado Buffaloes. The Buffaloes however, thought differently. Blowing a must win game will surely put a dent in the Utes confidence.

Georgia State Panthers pull off the upset!

The Georgia State Panthers have managed an unlikely win against Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns.
The Ragin' Cajuns appeared dejected towards the end of the game, while the Panthers kept their cool and drove the victory home. Most pundits had expected the Ragin' Cajuns to win with ease, and the loss to such an inferior opponent is a tough blow to the lofty expectations for the program. Meanwhile, the Panthers fans were celebrating in the street, having had their hopes for the future bolstered at least momentarily.

Week 4: QB Calvin Weiner (DUK) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Duke Blue Devils quarterback Calvin Weiner has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Blue Devils defeated the Army Black Knights, 44 to 37. Weiner did his part, throwing 6 touchdowns, completing 26 of 36 passes for 468 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 8 to 0, and a passer rating of 234.8.

Duke Blue Devils prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 4: DE Vernon Scott (LSU) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Scott absolutely dominated in the Tigers 29-7 game with the Mississippi State Bulldogs. He finished with 2 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Sfty.

Lousiana State Tigers prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 4 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Jimenez, S. - LB, VT.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Weiner, C. - QB, DUK.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Christensen, C. - CB, CINCY.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Metz, J. - QB, TULSA.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Hill, P. - DT, OKST.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Carter, J. - QB, WVA.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Michaud, R. - DT, PUR.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Heffner, G. - QB, IOWA.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Faulk, J. - LB, SMISS.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Connell, R. - RB, UTEP.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Kiefer, E. - LB, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Conover, M. - WR, ARMY.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Marks, D. - SS, AKR.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Winters, M. - QB, NILL.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Smith, H. - FS, UNLV.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Crain, R. - QB, SJST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Davenport, L. - CB, ARIZ.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Spain, M. - QB, USC.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Scott, V. - DE, LSU.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Lott, I. - QB, TEXAM.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Flint, T. - SS, GAST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Varela, B. - WR, TEXST.

Game Recaps for Week 4

Blue Devils - 44, Black Knights - 37
Wildcats - 44, Cougars - 0
Eagles - 34, Minutemen - 6
Demon Deacons - 27, Orange - 20
Seminoles - 37, Tar Heels - 3
Tigers - 48, Wolfpack - 20
Cardinals - 35, Yellow Jackets - 21
Hurricanes - 23, Cavaliers - 17
Hokies - 31, Panthers - 24
Bearcats - 48, Owls - 10
Knights - 33, Pirates - 25
Bulls - 24, Huskies - 21
Golden Hurricane - 41, Cougars - 27
Midshipmen - 23, Mustangs - 6
Tigers - 20, Green Wave - 17
Bears - 58, Jayhawks - 3
Cyclones - 38, Cowboys - 27
Sooners - 22, Horned Frogs - 20
Mountaineers - 40, Red Raiders - 16
Wildcats - 20, Longhorns - 16
Terrapins - 37, Nittany Lions - 10
Wolverines - 44, Scarlet Knights - 20
Boilermakers - 34, Buckeyes - 27
Spartans - 25, Hoosiers - 7
Hawkeyes - 50, Cornhuskers - 47
Fighting Illini - 31, Golden Gophers - 28
Wildcats - 48, Badgers - 45
Golden Panthers - 34, Monarchs - 31
Blue Raiders - 37, Bulldogs - 34
Hilltoppers - 35, Dukes - 10
Owls - 40, Miners - 33
Golden Eagles - 32, Roadrunners - 17
Owls - 38, Mean Green - 16
Rockets - 44, Chippewas - 6
Huskies - 31, Broncos - 13
Cardinals - 37, Eagles - 16
Zips - 28, Falcons - 27
Bulls - 45, RedHawks - 3
Golden Flashes - 27, Bobcats - 17
Rams - 27, Falcons - 7
Broncos - 56, Aggies - 34
Lobos - 49, Cowboys - 13
Spartans - 41, Wolf Pack - 20
Rainbow Warriors - 34, Aztecs - 31
Rebels - 39, Bulldogs - 24
Golden Bears - 35, Huskies - 0
Cougars - 41, Cardinal - 17
Trojans - 44, Beavers - 26
Ducks - 37, Bruins - 3
Buffaloes - 24, Utes - 15
Tigers - 34, Razorbacks - 6
Aggies - 40, Rebels - 27
Crimson Tide - 44, Wildcats - 12
Tigers - 29, Bulldogs - 7
Volunteers - 35, Gators - 20
Commodores - 34, Gamecocks - 31
Tigers - 20, Bulldogs - 19
Bobcats - 52, Vandals - 19
Aggies - 44, Jaguars - 0
Warhawks - 27, Red Wolves - 25
Trojans - 44, Eagles - 17
Panthers - 30, Ragin' Cajuns - 28

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis

Greetings fellow recruiting fanatics. I am pleased to present to you another edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. Here we look at two of the top recruits. Here we go!

Lacy Workman - DT:
Lacy Workman is a DT, from BONHAM H S, TX. Workman is a 5 star recruit, ranked 11. The 19 year old Workman, weighs 302 pounds and is 6' 3" tall.

Powerful! He can succesfully bull rush much bigger offensive linemen. This is the kind of kid you can use to anchor the center of your line.People always rave about speed. This young man has more than enough speed for the position. You do not need to run track to get sacks.

The list of teams that have been in contact with Lacy Workman is long. According to people close to Workman, all of these teams have reached out to him: Houston Cougars, Louisville Cardinals, Utah Utes, Clemson Tigers, Texas Longhorns, West Virginia Mountaineers, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Texas Tech Red Raiders, Texas Christian Horned Frogs, Mississippi Rebels, Michigan State Spartans, Oregon State Beavers, Texas AM Aggies, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, Baylor Bears.

The Baylor Bears should be a good bet to get him, he even said so himself on one occasion. But recruiters are aware that until a decision is announced, he is open to courting.

Russel Bacon - SS:
Russel Bacon is a SS, graduating from GABRIELA MISTRAL, PR. His ranking of 18 nationally, makes Bacon a 5 star player. He weighs in at 222 pounds, is 6' 3" tall, at the age of 19.

Sportsmanship, love of the sport and respect, is what you get with him. Pretty good tackling fundamentals. That is something coaches love. Educated well. Shows good understanding of the game.

The list of teams that have been in contact with Russel Bacon is long. According to people close to Bacon, all of these teams have reached out to him: Baylor Bears, West Virginia Mountaineers, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Louisville Cardinals, Wisconsin Badgers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, Kansas State Wildcats, Michigan Wolverines, Oklahoma Sooners, Nevada Wolf Pack, Oregon State Beavers.

Currently, no one has any clue as to where Bacon intends to go.

Week 4 Recruiting Update

6 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 3.
3 star players committed this week: 3.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

1 players ranked in the top 100 recruits committed this week.

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Russell Kimmel (a 4 star C from ENCINAL HIGH ranked at 62) who committed to USC Trojans.

Big 12 was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 2.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 1 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Dean Shell - DT. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 17.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 4

Gains:
Tennessee Volunteers lit up the scoreboard against the UCLA Bruins : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Old Dominion Monarchs blew out the Miami (OH) RedHawks : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
UCLA Bruins was walked all over by the Tennessee Volunteers : Prestige loss - 0.1
Miami (OH) RedHawks got humiliated by the Old Dominion Monarchs : Prestige loss - 0.1

North Carolina State top list of free scholarships in Atlantic Coast!

Behind the North Carolina State Wolfpack is Wake Forest Demon Deacons with 1 free scholarships. Expect a struggle between these two teams throughout the season, as the amount of recruits they need will likely force them to hunt for the same signatures. For the record, the team in the Atlantic Coast with the least scholarships to offer this season is Virginia Cavaliers with 19 open slots.

Week 3: QB Matthew Benner (CFL) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Central Florida Knights quarterback Matthew Benner has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Tigers defeated the Central Florida Knights, 38 to 35. Benner did his part, throwing 5 touchdowns, completing 40 of 63 passes for 551 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 11 to 2, and a passer rating of 170.9.

Central Florida Knights prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 3: DE Arthur Tovar (CAL) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Arthur Tovar of the California Golden Bears has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Tovar finished with 6 Tck, 5 Sck.

California Golden Bears prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 3 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Wooten, B. - LB, DUK.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Lewis, W. - QB, VA.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Boyd, L. - FS, MEM.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Benner, M. - QB, CFL.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Spence, D. - FS, KAN.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Worthington, R. - QB, KANST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Langford, A. - CB, MIST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Miller, J. - QB, IND.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Moen, G. - DT, SMISS.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Golden, K. - WR, OLD.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Ferguson, B. - LB, NTDM.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Gamboa, D. - QB, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: House, J. - DE, EMI.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Chong, G. - WR, WMI.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Mauro, E. - CB, HAW.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Littleton, J. - RB, COLST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Tovar, A. - DE, CAL.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Lake, M. - WR, STAN.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Kraft, M. - LB, TEXAM.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Patten, G. - QB, TENN.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Blais, V. - CB, APP.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Vasquez, M. - QB, APP.

Game Recaps for Week 3

Fighting Irish - 30, Boilermakers - 24
Midshipmen - 31, Ragin' Cajuns - 28
Cardinals - 31, Bulldogs - 23
Wolfpack - 17, Aggies - 14
Falcons - 31, Bulldogs - 0
Rams - 45, Blue Raiders - 27
Tigers - 41, Hokies - 28
Gators - 40, Bulls - 17
Volunteers - 56, Bruins - 13
Golden Eagles - 34, Trojans - 13
Tigers - 37, Rockets - 10
Longhorns - 27, Tar Heels - 14
Cougars - 20, Cornhuskers - 10
Ducks - 51, Black Knights - 24
Hurricanes - 34, Trojans - 14
Crimson Tide - 41, Cavaliers - 34
Huskies - 14, Utes - 13
Sooners - 45, Minutemen - 3
Golden Bears - 24, Aztecs - 14
Cougars - 54, Miners - 24
Bobcats - 24, Huskies - 14
Warhawks - 23, Bearcats - 7
Owls - 17, Panthers - 12
Orange - 27, Rainbow Warriors - 25
Blue Devils - 59, Jaguars - 7
Tigers - 38, Knights - 35
Spartans - 31, Cardinals - 17
Aggies - 42, Scarlet Knights - 10
Hoosiers - 28, Buffaloes - 10
Badgers - 27, Thundering Herd - 17
Cardinal - 34, Rebels - 27
Wildcats - 41, Bulldogs - 34
Commodores - 41, Mustangs - 6
Jayhawks - 20, Vandals - 17
Panthers - 20, Eagles - 5
Terrapins - 42, Demon Deacons - 28
Huskies - 41, Cougars - 27
Red Wolves - 36, Roadrunners - 28
Horned Frogs - 42, Falcons - 0
Green Wave - 43, Broncos - 40
Bobcats - 28, Wildcats - 17
Red Raiders - 38, Cowboys - 17
Tigers - 27, Spartans - 16
Yellow Jackets - 31, Fighting Illini - 24
Monarchs - 51, RedHawks - 3
Tigers - 48, Bulldogs - 17
Eagles - 26, Nittany Lions - 23
Cyclones - 28, Eagles - 25
Hawkeyes - 41, Chippewas - 10
Mountaineers - 45, Dukes - 10
Golden Gophers - 21, Beavers - 14

Week 3: TE Reuben Malone (MASS) has suffered a major injury!

The Massachusetts Minutemen' TE Reuben Malone has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 3: RB Tony Warden (OH) has suffered a major injury!

The Ohio Bobcats' RB Tony Warden has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis

Good day football maniacs, to more detailed analysis in this new round of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In today's report, you get report cards on two of the five star recruits. Moving on to his report cards, here is what we have:

Luther Swisher - RB:
Luther Swisher is a young RB, out of GA specifically, CALLAWAY HIGH SCHOOL. Swisher is a 5 star recruit, ranked 8. He weighs in at 215 pounds, is 6' 2" tall, at the age of 19.

Known for helping out teammates, if they hit a rough patch, whether it is on the field or in their personal lives. This kid never gives up, losing is unacceptable to him. Shifty enough to make plays on his own. Speed, speed, speed! Runs right through defenders.

A lot of teams are vying for a commitment from the young RB. The number of teams that have approached Luther Swisher is not insignificant. Combining multiple media reports, the list of teams that have been in contact include at least the following: James Madison Dukes, Baylor Bears, Alabama Crimson Tide, Maryland Terrapins, Texas Longhorns, Georgia Bulldogs, West Virginia Mountaineers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Brigham Young Cougars, Mississippi Rebels, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Iowa Hawkeyes, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

Currently, no one has any clue as to where Swisher intends to go.

Scott Warren - T:
Scott Warren is a T, out of OH specifically, STOW-MUNROE FALLS HIGH SCHOOL. Warren is a 5 star player, and his overall ranking is 7. He weighs in at 294 pounds, is 6' 4" tall, at the age of 18.

Intangibles, leadership, what's not to love? This is the kind of kid you want to promote the game. Well behaved, loves the game, and respectful. Do not underestimate the strength this kid brings to the table. In the run game he blocks well, shows tenacity and opens lanes. This will benefit the team. Quickly discerns the field, and where to go to to make a play.

According to multiple sources, teams that have contacted Warren include: Clemson Tigers, Ohio State Buckeyes, Maryland Terrapins, Missouri Tigers, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Texas Longhorns, Virginia Cavaliers, Mississippi Rebels, Cincinnati Bearcats, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Iowa Hawkeyes, Illinois Fighting Illini, Oklahoma Sooners, Michigan Wolverines.

Warren has been open about not having any idea about what he might ultimately decide.

Week 3 Recruiting Update

10 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 4.
3 star players committed this week: 6.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

0 players ranked in the top 100 recruits committed this week.

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Mark Woodley (a 4 star QB from CLOVIS HIGH ranked at 151) who committed to USC Trojans.

Atlantic Coast was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 4.

Boston College Eagles locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 2 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Dean Shell - DT. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 11.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 3

Gains:
Old Dominion Monarchs win against the Miami (FL) Hurricanes : Prestige bonus + 0.3
New Mexico Lobos was not outmatched by the Minnesota Golden Gophers : Prestige bonus + 0.1
Washington State Cougars vastly outscored the Connecticut Huskies : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
Miami (FL) Hurricanes could not even win against the Old Dominion Monarchs : Prestige loss - 0.4
Minnesota Golden Gophers played poorly against the New Mexico Lobos : Prestige loss - 0.2
Connecticut Huskies got trambled by the Washington State Cougars : Prestige loss - 0.1

Big Ten Recruiting News: Eyes on Ohio State Buckeyes and their pile of scholarships.

The team in the Big Ten with the second most free scholarships this season is Michigan State Spartans with 1. Surely they will put extra pressure on the Ohio State Buckeyes competing for their recruits. For the record, the team in the Big Ten with the least scholarships to offer this season is Purdue Boilermakers with 16 open slots.

Old Dominion Monarchs pull off the upset!

With an outstanding effort the Old Dominion Monarchs pull off the upset against Miami (FL) Hurricanes.
Everyone had expected the Miami (FL) Hurricanes to handle the Old Dominion Monarchs with ease, but the Monarchs just wanted it more. This was really a must win game for the Hurricanes, and the loss will surely put a dent in their confidence.

Week 2: QB Michael Smith (UTEP) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced UTEP Miners quarterback Michael Smith has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Miners defeated the Army Black Knights, 51 to 28. Smith did his part, throwing 4 touchdowns, completing 16 of 30 passes for 486 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 9 to 0, and a passer rating of 247.0.

UTEP Miners prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 2: FS Vincent Barrows (ARMY) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS Barrows's ball hawking ability was on display in the Miners 51-28 game with the Army Black Knights. He finished with 7 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Sfty, 1 FR.

"Vincent has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Black Knights Defensive Coordinator

Army Black Knights prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 2 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Anderson, V. - FS, CLEM.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Roth, B. - QB, FLST.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Wells, P. - FS, SFL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Desimone, G. - WR, CFL.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Cuevas, M. - LB, TX.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Nance, A. - RB, BAY.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Guyton, S. - CB, IOWA.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Eddy, D. - QB, MD.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Sullivan, M. - DE, WKY.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Smith, M. - QB, UTEP.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Barrows, V. - FS, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Crowe, R. - QB, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Derrick, M. - CB, EMI.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Griggs, S. - RB, WMI.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Parker, A. - DE, UNLV.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Smith, T. - QB, BOST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Jones, L. - CB, WASH.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Pagan, T. - QB, CAL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Brown, R. - CB, UF.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Blankenship, E. - RB, TENN.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Hardy, T. - SS, TROY.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Hernandez, J. - WR, SAL.

Game Recaps for Week 2

Midshipmen - 42, Falcons - 16
Terrapins - 46, Trojans - 40
Huskies - 39, Aggies - 17
Ragin' Cajuns - 48, Buffaloes - 6
Cardinals - 31, Volunteers - 27
Owls - 36, Wolfpack - 25
Bears - 48, Hokies - 13
Tigers - 38, Bulldogs - 3
Miners - 51, Black Knights - 28
Rams - 55, Ducks - 35
Hilltoppers - 31, Aztecs - 24
Hawkeyes - 27, Rebels - 20
Utes - 27, Vandals - 23
Tigers - 61, Orange - 16
Gators - 41, Cardinals - 14
Trojans - 31, Minutemen - 28
Seminoles - 31, Bruins - 24
Fighting Irish - 37, Cougars - 17
Red Wolves - 34, Longhorns - 31
Crimson Tide - 61, Badgers - 0
Cougars - 58, Rainbow Warriors - 14
Knights - 64, Fighting Illini - 7
Monarchs - 31, Hurricanes - 14
Blue Devils - 34, Huskies - 30
Broncos - 59, Jaguars - 27
Buckeyes - 44, Bobcats - 13
Golden Hurricane - 52, Golden Flashes - 13
Cowboys - 31, Panthers - 30
Bulldogs - 36, Wolf Pack - 29
Rebels - 41, Spartans - 24
Beavers - 34, Aggies - 23
Owls - 28, Wildcats - 14
Bearcats - 27, Mountaineers - 24
Aggies - 27, Wildcats - 5
Sun Devils - 41, Cowboys - 20
Gamecocks - 49, Red Raiders - 27
Pirates - 28, Jayhawks - 12
Cyclones - 20, Mustangs - 13
Roadrunners - 33, Boilermakers - 28
Bulls - 34, Golden Panthers - 10
Eagles - 27, Bulldogs - 9
Wildcats - 39, Zips - 13
Sooners - 37, RedHawks - 17
Broncos - 48, Wolverines - 34
Wildcats - 16, Panthers - 13
Bulldogs - 33, Razorbacks - 10
Rockets - 31, Eagles - 16
Bobcats - 38, Tigers - 14
Nittany Lions - 43, Chippewas - 20
Golden Bears - 52, Dukes - 0
Golden Gophers - 27, Lobos - 20
Tigers - 27, Mean Green - 3
Warhawks - 27, Owls - 9
Cougars - 52, Huskies - 3

Week 2: T William Jacques (IDAHO) has suffered a major injury!

The Idaho Vandals' T William Jacques has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis

Hello my fellow football diehards, to yet another edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. As you may know, in these early season installments of Recruiting Watch, we assess two of the top players in the recruiting class. Alright! Let us get to it.

Dean Shell - DT:
Dean Shell is an intriguing DT, from SALMEN HIGH SCHOOL, LA. Shell is ranked as a 5 star recruit, and 1 overall. He is 19 years old, weighs 304 pounds and is 6' 3" tall.

Respected for his good behavior on the field. Strong enough to not get bullied by offensive linemen. Can collapse the pocket. Consistently takes down ball carrier when he gets his hands on him.

The list of teams that have been in contact with Dean Shell is long. According to people close to Shell, all of these teams have reached out to him: Louisville Cardinals, Missouri Tigers, Utah Utes, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Oregon Ducks, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Colorado State Rams, Clemson Tigers, Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, West Virginia Mountaineers, Virginia Tech Hokies, Tennessee Volunteers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Mississippi Rebels, Oregon State Beavers, Alabama Crimson Tide.

The fans of Alabama Crimson Tide were psyched to see him post a picture of himself wearing their jersey on social media. However, rumours as to any final decision were quickly swatted once he announced that he had owned that jersey for years. Still, it is hard to believe there was not a grain of intent in there.

Joseph Ramey - SS:
Joseph Ramey is a blooming SS, who played high school football at YORK CO SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY, PA. Ramey is ranked as a 5 star recruit, and 4 overall. He weighs in at 215 pounds, is 6' 2" tall, at the age of 19.

Teammates look to him for leadership, and he consistently delivers. This kid puts in the work. He is fundamentally a good kid. You rarely see him commit stupid penalties. Not the fastest guy, but his speed is definitely an asset. No point in getting to the ball carrier if you cannot take him down. This kid tackles well. That is something teams are looking at.

A hot prospect, and a star coming out of high school, Joseph Ramey has plenty of suitors. His high school gave the following list of who had officially contacted them: Louisville Cardinals, Missouri Tigers, Utah Utes, Colorado State Rams, Clemson Tigers, Texas Longhorns, Oregon Ducks, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Virginia Tech Hokies, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Mississippi State Bulldogs, South Carolina Gamecocks, Mississippi Rebels, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Oklahoma Sooners, Iowa Hawkeyes, Baylor Bears.

Joseph Ramey confirmed that Clemson Tigers are probably the leading contender for him. He made sure to add that no decision has been made.

Week 2 Recruiting Update

1 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 1.
4 star players committed this week: 0.
3 star players committed this week: 0.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

1 players ranked in the top 100 recruits committed this week.

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Lacy Workman (a 5 star DT from BONHAM H S ranked at 11) who committed to Texas Christian Horned Frogs.

Big 12 was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 1.

Texas Christian Horned Frogs locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 1 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Dean Shell - DT. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 1.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 2

Gains:
UTEP Miners played with authority against the Massachusetts Minutemen : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Georgia State Panthers pull off a win against the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
San Diego State Aztecs were no match for the Louisville Cardinals : Prestige loss - 0.05
Massachusetts Minutemen were blown out by the UTEP Miners : Prestige loss - 0.1
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers failed miserably against the Georgia State Panthers : Prestige loss - 0.2
Syracuse Orange got humiliated by the Texas State Bobcats : Prestige loss - 0.05

Southeastern Recruiting News: South Carolina Gamecocks to bring in tons of talent.

Behind the South Carolina Gamecocks is Kentucky Wildcats with 22 free scholarships. Expect a struggle between these two teams throughout the season, as the amount of recruits they need will likely force them to hunt for the same signatures. For the record, the team in the Southeastern with the least scholarships to offer this season is Alabama Crimson Tide with 15 open slots.

Georgia State Panthers pull off the upset!

With an outstanding effort the Georgia State Panthers pull off the upset against Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.
Everyone had expected the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers to handle the Georgia State Panthers with ease, but the Panthers just wanted it more. This was really a must win game for the Hilltoppers, and the loss will surely put a dent in their confidence.

Wolfpack growing tired of Layman

A person familiar with the Wolfpack says that coaches are worried as the behavior of Darrin Layman - K becomes more and more of a distraction. Said one coach: 'He needs to get his ducks in a row, and fast!'.

North Carolina State Wolfpack prestige penalty - 0.05

Week 1: QB Ignacio Lott (TEXAM) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Texas AM Aggies' Ignacio Lott threw 6 touchdowns, completing 22 of 35 passes for 521 yards in the Aggies victory over the Iowa State Cyclones.

After being signed in 2040, season number 3 for Lott, has seen some impressive numbers including 6 touchdown passes this season.

Texas AM Aggies prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 1: FS Bryant Davis (HOU) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS Davis's ball hawking ability was on display in the Cougars 42-31 game with the Ball State Cardinals. He finished with 6 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD.

"Bryant has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Cougars Defensive Coordinator

Houston Cougars prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 1 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Howard, K. - LB, NCST.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Lewis, W. - QB, VA.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Davis, B. - FS, HOU.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Nunley, S. - QB, CINCY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Hill, E. - LB, TXCH.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Wagner, M. - WR, IAST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Hall, F. - SS, PENNST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Dexter, L. - QB, MICH.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Page, C. - SS, JMU.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Smith, M. - QB, UTEP.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Lowe, R. - CB, NTDM.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Crowe, R. - QB, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Dahl, O. - FS, AKR.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Winters, M. - QB, NILL.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Dias, S. - FS, NEV.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Barnes, N. - QB, WYO.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Farrar, L. - DE, UCLA.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Falcon, P. - QB, CAL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Headrick, D. - DE, MSST.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Lott, I. - QB, TEXAM.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Shaver, D. - FS, TEXST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Buckner, J. - QB, TROY.

Game Recaps for Week 1

Black Knights - 21, Falcons - 18
Bearcats - 35, RedHawks - 10
Lobos - 17, Aggies - 14
Aggies - 19, Utes - 17
Tigers - 27, Tigers - 17
Razorbacks - 27, Red Wolves - 14
Hawkeyes - 23, Panthers - 17
Terrapins - 30, Tar Heels - 7
Huskies - 37, Roadrunners - 22
Ragin' Cajuns - 40, Rainbow Warriors - 17
Cardinals - 45, Aztecs - 9
Wolfpack - 36, Eagles - 14
Bears - 30, Rebels - 16
Bulldogs - 40, Eagles - 0
Miners - 62, Minutemen - 20
Sun Devils - 52, Rams - 34
Hurricanes - 48, Rebels - 13
Tigers - 35, Mean Green - 17
Gators - 28, Hoosiers - 17
Volunteers - 52, Blue Raiders - 37
Commodores - 64, Trojans - 56
Knights - 34, Seminoles - 20
Cougars - 42, Cardinals - 31
Longhorns - 27, Owls - 24
Bruins - 29, Cornhuskers - 14
Fighting Irish - 54, Jaguars - 19
Crimson Tide - 30, Trojans - 24
Pirates - 40, Spartans - 27
Golden Gophers - 34, Bulls - 27
Tigers - 38, Wildcats - 35
Hokies - 34, Green Wave - 27
Golden Hurricane - 44, Boilermakers - 17
Bulldogs - 45, Mustangs - 7
Buckeyes - 31, Buffaloes - 7
Nittany Lions - 16, Jayhawks - 15
Wildcats - 26, Falcons - 21
Thundering Herd - 45, Vandals - 17
Huskies - 47, Dukes - 30
Wolverines - 40, Chippewas - 10
Aggies - 52, Cyclones - 34
Badgers - 29, Tigers - 22
Demon Deacons - 23, Red Raiders - 19
Yellow Jackets - 30, Scarlet Knights - 13
Golden Bears - 41, Owls - 29
Fighting Illini - 38, Sooners - 6
Panthers - 14, Hilltoppers - 13
Wolf Pack - 44, Rockets - 3
Golden Eagles - 31, Eagles - 12
Bulldogs - 25, Golden Flashes - 23
Huskies - 36, Bulldogs - 15
Horned Frogs - 31, Monarchs - 14
Cougars - 20, Broncos - 10
Bobcats - 51, Orange - 13
Golden Panthers - 38, Zips - 35
Cavaliers - 38, Cougars - 28
Mountaineers - 33, Wildcats - 9
Mountaineers - 33, Cowboys - 17

Week 1: DT David Hughey (HAW) has suffered a major injury!

The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors' DT David Hughey has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Week 1: CB Filiberto Holman (WIS) has suffered a major injury!

The Wisconsin Badgers' CB Filiberto Holman has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Week 1: CB Reinaldo Funk (AKR) has suffered a major injury!

The Akron Zips' CB Reinaldo Funk has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Training Camp News

Ortiz, M. - TE from Georgia State Panthers is living up to his five star recruiting ranking by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the campus suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

Training Camp News

Barbour, A. - CB from Louisiana Monroe Warhawks is living up to his five star recruiting ranking by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the campus suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

South Alabama Jaguars fans are excited.

News from the camp of South Alabama Jaguars has it that Goodman, C. - C has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Goodman was expected to be great, when he was ranked 3087 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Disappointement for Alabama Crimson Tide

News from the camp of the Alabama Crimson Tide has it that Cano, J. - WR has been a huge disappointment. Cano is far from living up to his lofty five star rating.

Disappointement for UCLA Bruins

News from the camp of the UCLA Bruins has it that Whitley, R. - TE has been a huge disappointment. Whitley is far from living up to his lofty five star rating.

Training Camp News

Rico, F. - DE from UCLA Bruins is living up to his five star recruiting ranking by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the campus suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

Training Camp highlights

It looks like California Golden Bears hit the jackpot when they recruited Wiggins, S. - LB this year. Wiggins has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Training Camp highlights

It looks like California Golden Bears hit the jackpot when they recruited Melton, H. - DE this year. Melton has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Can Hindman even start?

It looks like the UNLV Rebels came away with a dud when they recruited Hindman, B. - CB this year. The highly touted five star recruit has failed to make any impact on the field in the spring. Fans are already discussing if he should even be a starter.

Future star for Fresno State Bulldogs

Pierce, M. - DT from Fresno State Bulldogs has shown everyone at spring camp why he was a five star recruit. Everyone, from coaches, to fans, to fellow players are gushing about the progress Pierce has made.

Future star for Wyoming Cowboys

Flagg, L. - DE from Wyoming Cowboys has shown everyone at spring camp why he was a five star recruit. Everyone, from coaches, to fans, to fellow players are gushing about the progress Flagg has made.

Training Camp News

Leonard, E. - LB from Miami (OH) RedHawks is living up to his five star recruiting ranking by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the campus suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

Training Camp News

Gist, H. - CB from Akron Zips is living up to his five star recruiting ranking by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the campus suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

Training Camp News

Willis, G. - G from Eastern Michigan Eagles is living up to his five star recruiting ranking by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the campus suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

Western Michigan Broncos fans are excited.

News from the camp of Western Michigan Broncos has it that Helton, O. - QB has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Helton was expected to be great, when he was ranked 1340 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp highlights

It looks like Massachusetts Minutemen hit the jackpot when they recruited Corbitt, C. - CB this year. Corbitt has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Training Camp highlights

It looks like Marshall Thundering Herd hit the jackpot when they recruited Land, E. - LB this year. Land has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Training Camp highlights

It looks like UTEP Miners hit the jackpot when they recruited Vu, H. - CB this year. Vu has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Illinois Fighting Illini fans are excited.

News from the camp of Illinois Fighting Illini has it that Penn, R. - DE has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Penn was expected to be great, when he was ranked 772 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp News

Mercado, N. - DT from Nebraska Cornhuskers is living up to his five star recruiting ranking by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the campus suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

Future star for Minnesota Golden Gophers

Johnson, B. - TE from Minnesota Golden Gophers has shown everyone at spring camp why he was a five star recruit. Everyone, from coaches, to fans, to fellow players are gushing about the progress Johnson has made.

Future star for Michigan Wolverines

Carr, S. - DT from Michigan Wolverines has shown everyone at spring camp why he was a five star recruit. Everyone, from coaches, to fans, to fellow players are gushing about the progress Carr has made.

Training Camp Update

Singleton, K. - DE, who was supposed to be a key player for the Michigan Wolverines has far from impressed anyone this spring. Rather than providing a spark on the field, Singleton has looked confused and seems to have trouble adapting to the college game.

Ohio State Buckeyes fans are excited.

News from the camp of Ohio State Buckeyes has it that Otis, L. - DT has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Otis was expected to be great, when he was ranked 2211 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Kansas State Wildcats fans are excited.

News from the camp of Kansas State Wildcats has it that Garza, C. - K has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Garza was expected to be great, when he was ranked 3284 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp Update

Henry, M. - SS, who was supposed to be a key player for the Texas Christian Horned Frogs has far from impressed anyone this spring. Rather than providing a spark on the field, Henry has looked confused and seems to have trouble adapting to the college game.

Training Camp highlights

It looks like Navy Midshipmen hit the jackpot when they recruited Pruitt, C. - FS this year. Pruitt has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

South Florida Bulls fans are excited.

News from the camp of South Florida Bulls has it that Bunn, K. - CB has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Bunn was expected to be great, when he was ranked 943 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Future star for South Florida Bulls

Wilson, B. - DT from South Florida Bulls has shown everyone at spring camp why he was a five star recruit. Everyone, from coaches, to fans, to fellow players are gushing about the progress Wilson has made.

Training Camp News

Johnson, E. - DT from Connecticut Huskies is living up to his five star recruiting ranking by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the campus suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

Training Camp News

Phillips, A. - WR from Central Florida Knights is living up to his five star recruiting ranking by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the campus suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

Future star for Virginia Tech Hokies

Plante, E. - DE from Virginia Tech Hokies has shown everyone at spring camp why he was a five star recruit. Everyone, from coaches, to fans, to fellow players are gushing about the progress Plante has made.

Virginia Tech Hokies fans are excited.

News from the camp of Virginia Tech Hokies has it that Tucker, L. - RB has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Tucker was expected to be great, when he was ranked 199 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp highlights

It looks like Virginia Tech Hokies hit the jackpot when they recruited Cone, B. - G this year. Cone has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Training Camp News

According to local news, Williams, L. - RB from the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets has had a horrible training camp. Reports suggest the five star recruiting ranking of Williams had the coaches expecting a future star. To the dismay of coaches and fans, it looks like they might have a dud on their hands instead.

Training Camp News

Willis, D. - QB from Wake Forest Demon Deacons is living up to his five star recruiting ranking by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the campus suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

North Carolina State Wolfpack fans are excited.

News from the camp of North Carolina State Wolfpack has it that Parrish, B. - RB has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Parrish was expected to be great, when he was ranked 1721 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Future star for Florida State Seminoles

O'Bryan, R. - DE from Florida State Seminoles has shown everyone at spring camp why he was a five star recruit. Everyone, from coaches, to fans, to fellow players are gushing about the progress O'Bryan has made.

Can McCormick even start?

It looks like the Florida State Seminoles came away with a dud when they recruited McCormick, J. - C this year. The highly touted five star recruit has failed to make any impact on the field in the spring. Fans are already discussing if he should even be a starter.

Top Recruiting Classes

The associated sports reporters have released this year's ranking of recruiting classes.

Top 10 Recruiting Classes

1 : Penn State Nittany Lions
2 : Alabama Crimson Tide
3 : Air Force Falcons
4 : Arizona State Sun Devils
5 : Houston Cougars
6 : Michigan Wolverines
7 : Oklahoma Sooners
8 : Louisiana Monroe Warhawks
9 : Baylor Bears
10 : Auburn Tigers

Top 10 Recruiting Classes (Prestige Relative)

1 : Penn State Nittany Lions
2 : Air Force Falcons
3 : Arizona State Sun Devils
4 : Brigham Young Cougars
5 : Michigan Wolverines
6 : Oklahoma Sooners
7 : North Carolina Tar Heels
8 : Marshall Thundering Herd
9 : Houston Cougars
10 : Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles

Season Predictions

The associated sports reporters have released this year's playoff predictions.

Maryland Terrapins, Auburn Tigers, Alabama Crimson Tide, Clemson Tigers, Baylor Bears, Ohio State Buckeyes, Miami (FL) Hurricanes and USC Trojans are the early favorites to reach the playoffs.

The Maryland Terrapins are the preseason favorites to take the title, but the pundits stressed that anything can happen in any given season.

SigningDay Recruiting Update

283 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 1.
4 star players committed this week: 24.
3 star players committed this week: 118.
2 star players committed this week: 115.
1 star players committed this week: 25.

7 players ranked in the top 100 recruits committed this week.

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Kurtis Morris (a 5 star DT from FRIENDSHIP - WOODSON (COLLEGIATE) CAMPUS ranked at 39) who committed to Oklahoma Sooners.

Mountain West was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 66.

Brigham Young Cougars locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 41 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Eugene Bounds - LB. He is ranked at 548

Total Recruits committed this season is 2537.

Doug Esparza has retired from coaching

Doug Esparza has announced his decision to retire from coaching. Esparza worked latest for the Idaho Vandals as Offensive Coordinator. He will pursue a career in broadcasting.

Fred Gonzalez has retired from coaching

Fred Gonzalez has announced his decision to retire from coaching. Gonzalez worked latest for the Idaho Vandals as Head Coach. He will pursue a career in broadcasting.

Kevin Howland has retired from coaching

Kevin Howland is retiring from coaching. Howland worked latest for the Washington Huskies as Defensive Coordinator. He will pursue a career in broadcasting..

Lindsay Vigil has retired from coaching

Lindsay Vigil has announced his decision to retire from coaching. Vigil worked latest for the Texas AM Aggies as Head Coach. He gave no indication as to what his next job would be, but ''definitely not coaching'' he laughed.

Dean Petrie has retired from coaching

Dean Petrie is retiring from coaching. Petrie worked latest for the Texas Longhorns as Offensive Coordinator. He gave no indication as to what his next job would be, but ''definitely not coaching'' he laughed..

Douglas Contreras leaves for the pros!

Douglas Contreras has announced he is taking a position as a coach or coordinator in pro football. .

Trey Rodriquez has retired from coaching

Trey Rodriquez is retiring from coaching. Rodriquez worked latest for the East Carolina Pirates as Head Coach. He will be starting a training facility and scouting service..

Jon Jung has retired from coaching

Jon Jung is retiring from coaching.He will be starting a training facility and scouting service..

Position coach given chance with Idaho Vandals

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the Idaho Vandals budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. Ricky Navarrete will be serving as offensive coordinator for the upcoming season.

Position coach given chance with Missouri Tigers

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the Missouri Tigers budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. Larry Wheat will be serving as offensive coordinator for the upcoming season.

Appalachian State Mountaineers scramble to fill their staff

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, the Appalachian State Mountaineers have been scrambling to fill their coaching and front with viable candidates,

Colorado Buffaloes scramble to fill their staff

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, the Colorado Buffaloes have been scrambling to fill their coaching and front with viable candidates,

Position coach given chance with Utah Utes

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the Utah Utes budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. James Randolph will be serving as offensive coordinator for the upcoming season.

UCLA Bruins promotes from own ranks

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the UCLA Bruins budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. Larry Cassidy will get a chance to prove himself as DC for this season.

UNLV Rebels scramble to fill their staff

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, the UNLV Rebels have been scrambling to fill their coaching and front with viable candidates,

Position coach given chance with Old Dominion Monarchs

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the Old Dominion Monarchs budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. Richard Graham will be serving as offensive coordinator for the upcoming season.

Position coach given chance with Michigan Wolverines

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the Michigan Wolverines budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. Steve Nealy will be serving as offensive coordinator for the upcoming season.

Ohio State Buckeyes scramble to fill their staff

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, the Ohio State Buckeyes have been scrambling to fill their coaching and front with viable candidates,

Oklahoma State Cowboys promotes from own ranks

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the Oklahoma State Cowboys budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. Jesus Reyes will get a chance to prove himself as DC for this season.

Connecticut Huskies promotes from own ranks

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the Connecticut Huskies budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. Alton Mcdonald will get a chance to prove himself as DC for this season.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets promotes from own ranks

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. William Bowens will get a chance to prove himself as DC for this season.

South Alabama Jaguars Announce new staff.

South Alabama Jaguars revealed that they have signed Aubrey Ramirez as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the South Alabama Jaguars.

Troy Trojans Announce new staff.

The Troy Trojans have announced that they have signed David Sullivan as their new Head Coach. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Troy Trojans.

New Mexico State Aggies Announce new staff.

New Mexico State Aggies have signed Hal Browne as their new Defensive Coordinator. Browne will get a 4 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the New Mexico State Aggies.

Georgia Bulldogs Announce new staff.

Georgia Bulldogs revealed that they have signed Jacob Simmons as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Georgia Bulldogs.

Georgia Southern Eagles Announce new staff.

Georgia Southern Eagles revealed that they have signed James Keane as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Georgia Southern Eagles.

Other news included that Georgia Southern Eagles have signed Jason Key as their new Defensive Coordinator. Key will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Georgia Southern Eagles.

Air Force Falcons Announce new staff.

Air Force Falcons have signed Kyle Wells as their new Defensive Coordinator. Wells will get a 3 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Air Force Falcons.

Fresno State Bulldogs Announce new staff.

Fresno State Bulldogs revealed that they have signed Jose Moran as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Fresno State Bulldogs.

Other news included that Fresno State Bulldogs have signed Larry Dozier as their new Defensive Coordinator. Dozier will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Fresno State Bulldogs.

Bowling Green Falcons Announce new staff.

Bowling Green Falcons revealed that they have signed Clay Galloway as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Bowling Green Falcons.

Buffalo Bulls Announce new staff.

Buffalo Bulls revealed that they have signed Pete McCullough as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Buffalo Bulls.

Miami (OH) RedHawks Announce new staff.

Miami (OH) RedHawks revealed that they have signed Eugene Boothe as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Miami (OH) RedHawks.

Kent State Golden Flashes Announce new staff.

Kent State Golden Flashes revealed that they have signed Mario Cunningham as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Kent State Golden Flashes.

Other news included that Kent State Golden Flashes have signed John Embry as their new Defensive Coordinator. Embry will get a 5 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Kent State Golden Flashes.

Florida International Golden Panthers Announce new staff.

The Florida International Golden Panthers have announced that they have signed Mark Barnhart as their new Head Coach. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Florida International Golden Panthers.

Charlotte 49ers Announce new staff.

The Charlotte 49ers have announced that they have signed James Phelps as their new Head Coach. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Charlotte 49ers.

Massachusetts Minutemen Announce new staff.

Massachusetts Minutemen revealed that they have signed Mitchell Hinton as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Massachusetts Minutemen.

Other news included that Massachusetts Minutemen have signed Andrew Roberts as their new Defensive Coordinator. Roberts will get a 4 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Massachusetts Minutemen.

Northwestern Wildcats Announce new staff.

Northwestern Wildcats revealed that they have signed Cecil Abner as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Northwestern Wildcats.

Purdue Boilermakers Announce new staff.

Purdue Boilermakers have signed Jerold Hurd as their new Defensive Coordinator. Hurd will get a 4 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Purdue Boilermakers.

Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles Announce new staff.

Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles revealed that they have signed Angel Solano as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles.

Other news included that Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles have signed Edward Pierce as their new Defensive Coordinator. Pierce will get a 5 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles.

Wisconsin Badgers Announce new staff.

Wisconsin Badgers have signed Jeremy Good as their new Defensive Coordinator. Good will get a 4 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Wisconsin Badgers.

Nebraska Cornhuskers Announce new staff.

Nebraska Cornhuskers revealed that they have signed Jason Laporte as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Other news included that Nebraska Cornhuskers have signed Dennis Horton as their new Defensive Coordinator. Horton will get a 5 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Tulane Green Wave Announce new staff.

Tulane Green Wave revealed that they have signed Daniel Goins as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Tulane Green Wave.

Other news included that Tulane Green Wave have signed Herman Moseley as their new Defensive Coordinator. Moseley will get a 5 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Tulane Green Wave.

Texas Tech Red Raiders Announce new staff.

The Texas Tech Red Raiders have announced that they have signed Timothy Pringle as their new Head Coach. He will get a 5 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Texas Tech Red Raiders.

Iowa State Cyclones Announce new staff.

Iowa State Cyclones have signed James Morris as their new Defensive Coordinator. Morris will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Iowa State Cyclones.

East Carolina Pirates Announce new staff.

East Carolina Pirates revealed that they have signed Clarence Levesque as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the East Carolina Pirates.

Temple Owls Announce new staff.

Temple Owls revealed that they have signed Damien Lebron as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Temple Owls.

Pittsburgh Panthers Announce new staff.

Pittsburgh Panthers have signed David Heyward as their new Defensive Coordinator. Heyward will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Pittsburgh Panthers.

Cincinnati Bearcats Announce new staff.

Cincinnati Bearcats have signed Daniel Bolling as their new Defensive Coordinator. Bolling will get a 4 year contract worth 5 million pr year with the Cincinnati Bearcats.

North Carolina Tar Heels Announce new staff.

North Carolina Tar Heels revealed that they have signed Michael Ruiz as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the North Carolina Tar Heels.

Other news included that North Carolina Tar Heels have signed Chris Parks as their new Defensive Coordinator. Parks will get a 4 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the North Carolina Tar Heels.

Boston College Eagles Announce new staff.

Boston College Eagles have signed Lino Casper as their new Defensive Coordinator. Casper will get a 4 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Boston College Eagles.

San Diego State Aztecs steal James Gresham from Massachusetts

The San Diego State Aztecs have announced that they have signed James Gresham as their new Defensive Coordinator. Gresham was previously working for Massachusetts as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million per year with the San Diego State Aztecs.

Troy Trojans steal Brent Luis from the Iowa State Cyclones

Troy has announced that they have signed Brent Luis as their new Defensive Coordinator. Luis was previously working for Iowa State as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million pr year with Troy.

Central Michigan Chippewas steal Jerry Dodge from the Purdue Boilermakers

Central Michigan has announced that they have signed Jerry Dodge as their new Defensive Coordinator. Dodge was previously working for Purdue as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 5.5 million pr year with Central Michigan.

Texas State Bobcats steal Joseph Hitchcock from Boston College

The Texas State Bobcats have announced that they have signed Joseph Hitchcock as their new Defensive Coordinator. Hitchcock was previously working for Boston College as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4 million per year with the Texas State Bobcats.

Donald Gilliam staying with New Mexico Lobos

The Buffalo Bulls tried to pry Donald Gilliam away from Lobos to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Gilliam publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Lobos as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Texas State Bobcats steal Ryan Peter from the Bowling Green Falcons

Texas State has announced that they have signed Ryan Peter as their new Offensive Coordinator. Peter was previously working for Bowling Green as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4 million pr year with Texas State.

Lousiana State Tigers sign coach Michael Turpin

The Lousiana State Tigers have announced that they have signed Michael Turpin as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 3 million per year with the Lousiana State Tigers.

Glenn Kern staying with Ohio Bobcats

The Massachusetts Minutemen tried to pry Glenn Kern away from Bobcats to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Kern publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Bobcats as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

San Diego State Aztecs steal Doug Esparza from Idaho

The San Diego State Aztecs have announced that they have signed Doug Esparza as their new Offensive Coordinator. Esparza was previously working for Idaho as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3.5 million per year with the San Diego State Aztecs.

Russ Yamamoto staying with Old Dominion Monarchs

Troy tried to pry Russ Yamamoto away from Old Dominion to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Yamamoto publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Old Dominion as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Cameron Ring staying with Army Black Knights

The Temple Owls tried to pry Cameron Ring away from Black Knights to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Ring publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Black Knights as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Georgia State Panthers steal Edmund Creighton from Charlotte

The Georgia State Panthers have announced that they have signed Edmund Creighton as their new Head Coach. Creighton was previously working for Charlotte as Head Coach. He will get a 4 year contract worth 5.5 million per year with the Georgia State Panthers.

Army Black Knights steal John Smith from the Colorado Buffaloes

Army has announced that they have signed John Smith as their new Head Coach. Smith was previously working for Colorado as Head Coach. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5.5 million pr year with Army.

George Porter staying with Rutgers Scarlet Knights

The Texas Tech Red Raiders tried to pry George Porter away from Scarlet Knights to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Porter publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Scarlet Knights as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Kansas State Wildcats steal Roy Farrington from the Michigan Wolverines

Kansas State has announced that they have signed Roy Farrington as their new Head Coach. Farrington was previously working for Michigan as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 6.5 million pr year with Kansas State.

Washington Huskies sign coach Frank Rice

The Washington Huskies have announced that they have signed Frank Rice as their new Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3.5 million per year with the Washington Huskies.

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors steal Alfonso Martin from the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles

Hawaii has announced that they have signed Alfonso Martin as their new Defensive Coordinator. Martin was previously working for Southern Mississippi as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with Hawaii.

Wyoming Cowboys steal Joshua Nash from the New Mexico State Aggies

Wyoming has announced that they have signed Joshua Nash as their new Defensive Coordinator. Nash was previously working for New Mexico State as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 4 million pr year with Wyoming.

James Gresham staying with Massachusetts Minutemen

The San Diego State Aztecs tried to pry James Gresham away from Minutemen to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Gresham publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Minutemen as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Charlotte 49ers steal Joseph Davis from the Georgia Southern Eagles

Charlotte has announced that they have signed Joseph Davis as their new Defensive Coordinator. Davis was previously working for Georgia Southern as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with Charlotte.

Lousiana State Tigers sign coach Thomas Biggs

The Lousiana State Tigers have announced that they have signed Thomas Biggs as their new Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 3.5 million per year with the Lousiana State Tigers.

Joseph Hitchcock staying with Boston College Eagles

The Pittsburgh Panthers tried to pry Joseph Hitchcock away from Eagles to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Hitchcock publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Eagles as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Reed Waters staying with Central Michigan Chippewas

The San Diego State Aztecs tried to pry Reed Waters away from Chippewas to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Waters publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Chippewas as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Fred Hogan staying with Georgia State Panthers

The Massachusetts Minutemen tried to pry Fred Hogan away from Panthers to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Hogan publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Panthers as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Brigham Young Cougars steal Anthony Webb from the Northwestern Wildcats

Brigham Young has announced that they have signed Anthony Webb as their new Offensive Coordinator. Webb was previously working for Northwestern as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 5.5 million pr year with Brigham Young.

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs steal Richard Herrera from the Troy Trojans

Louisiana Tech has announced that they have signed Richard Herrera as their new Offensive Coordinator. Herrera was previously working for Troy as Head Coach. He will get a 4 year contract worth 5.5 million pr year with Louisiana Tech.

Russ Yamamoto staying with Old Dominion Monarchs

Georgia State tried to pry Russ Yamamoto away from Old Dominion to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Yamamoto publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Old Dominion as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Indiana Hoosiers steal Donovan Moon from the Texas State Bobcats

Indiana has announced that they have signed Donovan Moon as their new Offensive Coordinator. Moon was previously working for Texas State as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 5 million pr year with Indiana.

California Golden Bears steal Justin Lightfoot from the Fresno State Bulldogs

California has announced that they have signed Justin Lightfoot as their new Head Coach. Lightfoot was previously working for Fresno State as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 6 million pr year with California.

Cameron Ring staying with Army Black Knights

The Army Black Knights tried to pry Cameron Ring away from Black Knights to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Ring publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Black Knights as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

UNLV Rebels sign coach Leo Pantoja

The UNLV Rebels have announced that they have signed Leo Pantoja as their new Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 3.5 million per year with the UNLV Rebels.

Idaho Vandals steal Glen Trevino from the Texas State Bobcats

Idaho has announced that they have signed Glen Trevino as their new Defensive Coordinator. Trevino was previously working for Texas State as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with Idaho.

Donald Gilliam staying with New Mexico Lobos

The Georgia Southern Eagles tried to pry Donald Gilliam away from Lobos to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Gilliam publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Lobos as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Arkansas State Red Wolves steal William Hansen from the Temple Owls

Arkansas State has announced that they have signed William Hansen as their new Offensive Coordinator. Hansen was previously working for Temple as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with Arkansas State.

Charlotte 49ers steal Jeffrey Thomas from the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles

Charlotte has announced that they have signed Jeffrey Thomas as their new Offensive Coordinator. Thomas was previously working for Southern Mississippi as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with Charlotte.

Florida Gators sign coach Timothy Baker

The Florida Gators have announced that they have signed Timothy Baker as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 4 million per year with the Florida Gators.

Minnesota Golden Gophers steal Jeff Jones from the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs

Minnesota has announced that they have signed Jeff Jones as their new Offensive Coordinator. Jones was previously working for Louisiana Tech as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5.5 million pr year with Minnesota.

Kansas Jayhawks steal John Howard from Miami (OH)

The Kansas Jayhawks have announced that they have signed John Howard as their new Offensive Coordinator. Howard was previously working for Miami (OH) as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3.5 million per year with the Kansas Jayhawks.

Clyde Glass staying with Penn State Nittany Lions

Indiana tried to pry Clyde Glass away from Penn State to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Glass publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Penn State as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors steal Erwin Hope from the Wyoming Cowboys

Hawaii has announced that they have signed Erwin Hope as their new Head Coach. Hope was previously working for Wyoming as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 5 million pr year with Hawaii.

Kansas State Wildcats steal Alexander Stewart from the Massachusetts Minutemen

Kansas State has announced that they have signed Alexander Stewart as their new Offensive Coordinator. Stewart was previously working for Massachusetts as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 4 million pr year with Kansas State.

Fletcher Beauregard staying with Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles

The Florida International Golden Panthers tried to pry Fletcher Beauregard away from Golden Eagles to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Beauregard publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Golden Eagles as their Head Coach for the coming season.

Buffalo Bulls steal Bryon Scott from the Charlotte 49ers

Buffalo has announced that they have signed Bryon Scott as their new Head Coach. Scott was previously working for Charlotte as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 4 million pr year with Buffalo.

Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders steal Eugene Deal from the Central Michigan Chippewas

Middle Tennessee has announced that they have signed Eugene Deal as their new Head Coach. Deal was previously working for Central Michigan as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 5 million pr year with Middle Tennessee.

Iowa Hawkeyes steal Austin Pace from the Nebraska Cornhuskers

Iowa has announced that they have signed Austin Pace as their new Head Coach. Pace was previously working for Nebraska as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 7.5 million pr year with Iowa.

Idaho Vandals steal Norman Jones from North Carolina State

The Idaho Vandals have announced that they have signed Norman Jones as their new Head Coach. Jones was previously working for North Carolina State as Head Coach. He will get a 3 year contract worth 6 million per year with the Idaho Vandals.

South Alabama Jaguars steal Nicholas Logsdon from the Old Dominion Monarchs

South Alabama has announced that they have signed Nicholas Logsdon as their new Defensive Coordinator. Logsdon was previously working for Old Dominion as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with South Alabama.

Appalachian State Mountaineers steal Solomon Denny from the Fresno State Bulldogs

Appalachian State has announced that they have signed Solomon Denny as their new Defensive Coordinator. Denny was previously working for Fresno State as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 2 million pr year with Appalachian State.

Ramiro White staying with Mississippi Rebels

The UNLV Rebels tried to pry Ramiro White away from Rebels to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, White publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Rebels as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Utah State Aggies steal Ernest Chamberlin from the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners

Utah State has announced that they have signed Ernest Chamberlin as their new Defensive Coordinator. Chamberlin was previously working for Texas San Antonio as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with Utah State.

Colorado State Rams steal Mark Mcarthur from the Washington Huskies

Colorado State has announced that they have signed Mark Mcarthur as their new Defensive Coordinator. Mcarthur was previously working for Washington as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 4 million pr year with Colorado State.

Herbert Moore staying with Nevada Wolf Pack

Maryland tried to pry Herbert Moore away from Nevada to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Moore publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Nevada as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Penn State Nittany Lions steal Stacey Stahl from the Penn State Nittany Lions

Penn State has announced that they have signed Stacey Stahl as their new Defensive Coordinator. Stahl was previously working for Penn State as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with Penn State.

William Hansen staying with Temple Owls

The Arkansas State Red Wolves tried to pry William Hansen away from Owls to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Hansen publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Owls as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Oscar Woodruff staying with Baylor Bears

The UNLV Rebels tried to pry Oscar Woodruff away from Bears to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Woodruff publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Bears as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Air Force Falcons steal Harold Eckert from the South Alabama Jaguars

Air Force has announced that they have signed Harold Eckert as their new Offensive Coordinator. Eckert was previously working for South Alabama as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million pr year with Air Force.

Donald Gilliam staying with New Mexico Lobos

The Buffalo Bulls tried to pry Donald Gilliam away from Lobos to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Gilliam publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Lobos as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Utah State Aggies steal Leroy Beeler from the Indiana Hoosiers

Utah State has announced that they have signed Leroy Beeler as their new Offensive Coordinator. Beeler was previously working for Indiana as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 3 million pr year with Utah State.

Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders steal John Grant from the Charlotte 49ers

Middle Tennessee has announced that they have signed John Grant as their new Offensive Coordinator. Grant was previously working for Charlotte as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with Middle Tennessee.

Theodore Pruett staying with San Jose State Spartans

The Idaho Vandals tried to pry Theodore Pruett away from Spartans to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Pruett publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Spartans as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Rutgers Scarlet Knights steal Francisco Wells from the East Carolina Pirates

Rutgers has announced that they have signed Francisco Wells as their new Offensive Coordinator. Wells was previously working for East Carolina as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million pr year with Rutgers.

Georgia Southern Eagles steal Bill Tuttle from the Kansas Jayhawks

Georgia Southern has announced that they have signed Bill Tuttle as their new Head Coach. Tuttle was previously working for Kansas as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with Georgia Southern.

Georgia Bulldogs steal Paul Espinosa from the California Golden Bears

Georgia has announced that they have signed Paul Espinosa as their new Head Coach. Espinosa was previously working for California as Head Coach. He will get a 4 year contract worth 7.5 million pr year with Georgia.

Texas AM Aggies steal Tanner Seidel from the Kansas State Wildcats

Texas AM has announced that they have signed Tanner Seidel as their new Head Coach. Seidel was previously working for Kansas State as Head Coach. He will get a 4 year contract worth 8.5 million pr year with Texas AM.

New Mexico Lobos steal Jacob Whiting from the Georgia Southern Eagles

New Mexico has announced that they have signed Jacob Whiting as their new Head Coach. Whiting was previously working for Georgia Southern as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with New Mexico.

Air Force Falcons steal William Mejia from the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors

Air Force has announced that they have signed William Mejia as their new Head Coach. Mejia was previously working for Hawaii as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with Air Force.

Fletcher Beauregard staying with Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles

The Army Black Knights tried to pry Fletcher Beauregard away from Golden Eagles to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Beauregard publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Golden Eagles as their Head Coach for the coming season.

Kyle Hernandez staying with Texas Tech Red Raiders

The Texas Tech Red Raiders tried to pry Kyle Hernandez away from Red Raiders to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Hernandez publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Red Raiders as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

East Carolina Pirates steal Andrew Rosser from the Idaho Vandals

East Carolina has announced that they have signed Andrew Rosser as their new Head Coach. Rosser was previously working for Idaho as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 6.5 million pr year with East Carolina.

2043 Transfer Update

255 players have decided to transfer.

Robert Estes - DE Florida State Seminoles
David Broderick - LB Florida State Seminoles
Willie Waggoner - DE Florida State Seminoles
Bart Watters - WR Florida State Seminoles
Gregory Smith - WR Florida State Seminoles
Reginald Gage - RB Louisville Cardinals
David Paulsen - T Louisville Cardinals
Tristan Driver - CB Louisville Cardinals
Clifton Dove - LB Boston College Eagles
Rubin Dickens - G North Carolina State Wolfpack
Cory Patterson - SS Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Steven Jackson - DE Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Joseph Meier - RB Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Charles Noll - DT Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Paul Reno - LB Syracuse Orange
Arthur Anderson - RB Syracuse Orange
Mitchell Dorris - LB Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Ralph Redman - LB Duke Blue Devils
Donald McCord - DE Duke Blue Devils
Marlon Parr - T Duke Blue Devils
Emmett Eller - WR Duke Blue Devils
Buster Hanna - RB North Carolina Tar Heels
Craig Rodriguez - DT North Carolina Tar Heels
Danial Wright - DE North Carolina Tar Heels
Maynard Weiner - DT North Carolina Tar Heels
Lamar Coombs - T Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Stephen Rooney - DE Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Preston Jackson - LB Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Manuel Prater - LB Virginia Tech Hokies
Larry Malone - DE Virginia Tech Hokies
Eric Sotelo - DT Virginia Cavaliers
Mark Blackwell - DT Virginia Cavaliers
George Bravo - G Cincinnati Bearcats
Manuel Bond - LB Cincinnati Bearcats
Darrell Coffin - G Cincinnati Bearcats
Michael Cloud - WR Cincinnati Bearcats
Roger Cooper - WR Cincinnati Bearcats
Ernie Pappas - QB Cincinnati Bearcats
Frank Gladney - DE Central Florida Knights
Eduardo Connolly - SS Central Florida Knights
Mike Gagne - DT East Carolina Pirates
Lawrence Fernandez - LB Houston Cougars
Jesus Mckeever - RB Temple Owls
Johnny Shipley - FS Tulane Green Wave
Chester Boren - T Tulane Green Wave
Joseph Dallas - RB Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Kevin Watt - LB Connecticut Huskies
George Mattson - LB Connecticut Huskies
James Cox - G Connecticut Huskies
David Valles - LB Connecticut Huskies
Charles Garrett - LB Southern Methodist Mustangs
Anthony Mann - DT Southern Methodist Mustangs
Paul Noyes - G Southern Methodist Mustangs
Dale Mcintyre - CB Baylor Bears
Henry Jones - RB Baylor Bears
Michael Mixon - K Baylor Bears
Leroy Magana - WR Texas Christian Horned Frogs
Michael Sauls - WR Kansas State Wildcats
Frank Browne - RB Texas Longhorns
Michael Beavers - T Texas Longhorns
Harry Stewart - LB Texas Longhorns
Monroe Martin - DT Texas Longhorns
Duane Wilhelm - WR West Virginia Mountaineers
Lance Myers - LB Oklahoma State Cowboys
William Latimer - LB Oklahoma State Cowboys
Michale Schrader - DE Oklahoma State Cowboys
Harold Babb - FS Texas Tech Red Raiders
Christopher Ryan - LB Kansas Jayhawks
Mike Rounds - DE Iowa State Cyclones
Emile Pfeifer - WR Iowa State Cyclones
John Lewis - LB Ohio State Buckeyes
Tony Shaw - CB Ohio State Buckeyes
David Gomez - WR Ohio State Buckeyes
Kurtis Morris - DT Ohio State Buckeyes
Willard Fishman - RB Ohio State Buckeyes
Calvin Renteria - DT Michigan State Spartans
Dennis Diaz - LB Michigan State Spartans
Tony Eggleston - CB Michigan State Spartans
Robert O'Bryan - DE Michigan State Spartans
Bryan Wright - T Maryland Terrapins
Lacy English - DE Rutgers Scarlet Knights
John Wagner - LB Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Ronald Negron - LB Rutgers Scarlet Knights
John Dorn - K Indiana Hoosiers
James Murillo - LB Indiana Hoosiers
Robert Carter - G Indiana Hoosiers
Walter Page - DE Indiana Hoosiers
Jerry Marin - WR Minnesota Golden Gophers
Richard Conley - RB Nebraska Cornhuskers
Brian Smith - QB Nebraska Cornhuskers
Tim Cornwell - DT Iowa Hawkeyes
Ronald Patino - DT Iowa Hawkeyes
Floyd Rosales - LB Illinois Fighting Illini
Jacob Wiley - LB Illinois Fighting Illini
John Dunn - DE Illinois Fighting Illini
Matthew Robertson - WR Illinois Fighting Illini
Jackie Hearn - SS Illinois Fighting Illini
Kelvin Carrillo - DE Marshall Thundering Herd
Ray St. Pierre - LB Marshall Thundering Herd
William Wilkes - CB Old Dominion Monarchs
Williams Roybal - WR Old Dominion Monarchs
Kirk Ramey - TE South Florida Bulls
Paul Bayne - RB South Florida Bulls
Eddie Abraham - LB South Florida Bulls
Harold Blakely - DT South Florida Bulls
Brent Johnson - TE Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Elisha Johnson - LB Florida International Golden Panthers
Mark Christianson - DE Florida Atlantic Owls
Donald Villasenor - CB Florida Atlantic Owls
Joshua Faulkner - G Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Charles Craven - LB Rice Owls
Wendell Villarreal - T Rice Owls
Timothy Merritt - RB Texas San Antonio Roadrunners
Paul Fuller - DE Texas San Antonio Roadrunners
Jeffrey Birch - QB Texas San Antonio Roadrunners
Lyndon Boggs - WR North Texas Mean Green
Tony Florence - LB Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles
Steven Smith - WR Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles
Kelly Sanders - DE Army Black Knights
James Johnson - RB Army Black Knights
Edward Mattos - DE Army Black Knights
Joseph Stuart - DE Navy Midshipmen
Bradley Reich - DE Navy Midshipmen
Michael Lacy - WR Navy Midshipmen
Gordon Snow - DT Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Henry Keys - DT Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Riley Lively - LB Northern Illinois Huskies
William Brenner - DT Northern Illinois Huskies
Herbert Buss - T Northern Illinois Huskies
Thomas Gates - G Toledo Rockets
Bret Hindman - CB Toledo Rockets
Miguel Mears - RB Western Michigan Broncos
Jason McClary - DT Western Michigan Broncos
Justin Winter - RB Central Michigan Chippewas
Charley Ingram - WR Ball State Cardinals
James Morgan - TE Ball State Cardinals
John Lightner - DE Ball State Cardinals
Patrick Fries - LB Eastern Michigan Eagles
Horacio Sparrow - CB Eastern Michigan Eagles
Kirk Maxwell - DE Bowling Green Falcons
John Coffey - LB Bowling Green Falcons
Ronald Nabors - DE Bowling Green Falcons
Clyde Moore - CB Bowling Green Falcons
Kevin Willingham - SS Ohio Bobcats
Cecil Florence - DT Ohio Bobcats
Danny Cornish - C Ohio Bobcats
Adam Gonzalez - DE Ohio Bobcats
Bradley Ryan - SS Ohio Bobcats
Michael Zimmerman - LB Buffalo Bulls
Gary Hiller - WR Akron Zips
Rolando Henry - T Akron Zips
David Petty - DE Massachusetts Minutemen
Jose Borges - G Massachusetts Minutemen
Ross Roberts - DE Miami (OH) RedHawks
Curt Conaway - DT Miami (OH) RedHawks
Norbert Marshall - FS Miami (OH) RedHawks
Martin Massey - DE Kent State Golden Flashes
Ernie Ennis - DT Kent State Golden Flashes
Ryan Avery - T Boise State Broncos
Joe Greenfield - LB Boise State Broncos
Harry Hernandez - DE Boise State Broncos
Thomas Fuller - WR Colorado State Rams
Bruno Grimes - LB Wyoming Cowboys
Reginald Crawford - LB Wyoming Cowboys
Thomas Dodson - K Wyoming Cowboys
Christopher Churchill - CB Wyoming Cowboys
Jean Acosta - FS Wyoming Cowboys
Shelton Poore - DE Wyoming Cowboys
Ralph Berry - CB Fresno State Bulldogs
Daniel Patterson - DT Fresno State Bulldogs
Erwin Webster - WR Fresno State Bulldogs
William McCall - DE Nevada Wolf Pack
Joseph Jones - T Nevada Wolf Pack
Daniel Tomlin - G Nevada Wolf Pack
John Hamel - LB Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
Christopher Betancourt - WR San Jose State Spartans
Perry Steadman - SS San Jose State Spartans
Corey Parkinson - QB Oregon Ducks
Joseph Wilson - DE Oregon Ducks
Ray Barron - WR Stanford Cardinal
John Christman - DE Stanford Cardinal
Dominique Wright - DE Washington Huskies
Anthony Orr - LB Washington State Cougars
Leonardo Cruse - WR Washington State Cougars
Thomas Trask - G Washington State Cougars
Michael Luis - LB Arizona Wildcats
Troy Huskey - FS Arizona Wildcats
Edward McClain - LB Arizona State Sun Devils
Christopher Russo - LB UCLA Bruins
Gerald Soliz - T UCLA Bruins
Stephen Regalado - T Utah Utes
Otto Bevins - WR Utah Utes
Daniel Edwards - DT Utah Utes
Jeffrey Gonzales - WR Utah Utes
Ronald Crouch - RB Colorado Buffaloes
Richard Smith - DE Alabama Crimson Tide
Richard Hall - LB Mississippi State Bulldogs
Mark Robinson - FS Mississippi State Bulldogs
Andre Williams - T Mississippi State Bulldogs
Robert Lucas - DE Mississippi Rebels
James Caballero - WR Mississippi Rebels
Daniel Stratton - WR Mississippi Rebels
Cyril Lindsey - LB Auburn Tigers
Matthew Burdick - WR Auburn Tigers
Salvador Jordan - LB Auburn Tigers
Jordan Abreu - DE Lousiana State Tigers
Robert Stewart - T Lousiana State Tigers
Marshall Trapp - DE Lousiana State Tigers
William Hobbs - DE Texas AM Aggies
William Velasquez - WR Texas AM Aggies
Carlos Gibson - DT Texas AM Aggies
Gonzalo Yount - LB Texas AM Aggies
James Yarbrough - SS Arkansas Razorbacks
Robert Livingston - CB Arkansas Razorbacks
Salvador Jorgenson - LB Arkansas Razorbacks
David Thomas - FS Arkansas Razorbacks
Abe Smith - LB Arkansas Razorbacks
Aron Wingate - WR Arkansas Razorbacks
Philip Ashford - DT Missouri Tigers
Sheldon Morrissey - T Missouri Tigers
Nicholas Smart - G Missouri Tigers
David Robert - DE Georgia Bulldogs
Deandre Kinney - G Georgia Bulldogs
William Meyer - G Florida Gators
Vincent York - T Florida Gators
Garry Ratliff - DT Florida Gators
Santos Shuman - C South Carolina Gamecocks
Alvin Roberts - DE South Carolina Gamecocks
Antione Harrison - DT Tennessee Volunteers
Roger Wilber - T Tennessee Volunteers
Michael Poole - WR Tennessee Volunteers
Jesse Smith - LB Tennessee Volunteers
Ambrose Leavitt - RB Kentucky Wildcats
Roberto Johnson - LB Kentucky Wildcats
John Perea - DT Georgia Southern Eagles
Andrew Fajardo - T Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
Jonathan Mills - SS Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
Richard Mcgowan - WR Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
Scott Decker - DE Appalachian State Mountaineers
Carmen Jacobs - LB Appalachian State Mountaineers
Bradley Mojica - T Appalachian State Mountaineers
Jessie Hagan - DE Appalachian State Mountaineers
Robert Jeffery - DE Arkansas State Red Wolves
Wilson Weaver - TE Arkansas State Red Wolves
Herbert Fulcher - TE South Alabama Jaguars
Edward Wooden - TE Texas State Bobcats
James Couture - CB Louisiana Monroe Warhawks
Joshua Ahmad - RB Louisiana Monroe Warhawks
Brandon Robinson - DE Troy Trojans
Juan Tidwell - QB Troy Trojans
Michael Murry - TE Troy Trojans
Randolph Crosby - FS Troy Trojans
Willie Becker - WR Idaho Vandals
James Browne - LB New Mexico State Aggies
Francisco Hurley - LB Charlotte 49ers


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