PlayStation Fiesta Bowl

The Baylor Bears have defeated the California Golden Bears in the 2046 PlayStation Fiesta Bowl.

The final score was Bears 44 - 37 Golden Bears.

Thomas Lewis - WR had a dominant game on offense even while his team lost.

On defense Paul Hirsch - FS had a stellar outing providing a silver lining in the loss.

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic

The Maryland Terrapins have defeated the UNLV Rebels in the 2046 Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic.

The final score was Terrapins 38 - 20 Rebels.

David Mcdonald - QB had a dominant game on offense playing a key part in the victory.

On defense Gilbert Richardson - CB had a stellar outing helping seal the win.

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl

The Houston Cougars have defeated the Auburn Tigers in the 2046 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

The final score was Tigers 14 - 39 Cougars.

Brian Taylor - QB had a dominant game on offense playing a key part in the victory.

On defense Micheal Boyd - LB had a stellar outing helping seal the win.

Capital One Orange Bowl

The Alabama Crimson Tide have defeated the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks in the 2046 Capital One Orange Bowl.

The final score was Crimson Tide 37 - 34 Warhawks.

Edwin Mcfadden - RB had a dominant game on offense playing a key part in the victory.

On defense George Munoz - LB had a stellar outing helping seal the win.

North Carolina State Wolfpack upset the USC Trojans in the Hyundai Sun Bowl!

With an outstanding effort the North Carolina State Wolfpack pull off the upset against USC Trojans in the Hyundai Sun Bowl.
Hardly anyone had expected the USC Trojans to fizzle against the North Carolina State Wolfpack, but the Wolfpack showed remarkable grit. This should really have been an easy win game for the Trojans, and the loss will haunt them over the summer.

Indiana Hoosiers surprise in TaxSlayer Bowl!

The Indiana Hoosiers have managed an unlikely win against Florida Gators in the TaxSlayer Bowl.
The Gators fans were booing at the end of the game, while the Hoosiers were celebrating. Most pundits had expected the Gators to win with ease, and the loss to such an inferior opponent is a disappointing ending to the season. Meanwhile, the Hoosiers fans have had their hopes bolstered that the team is trending in the right direction.

Ball State Cardinals upset the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the Quick Lane Bowl!

With an outstanding effort the Ball State Cardinals pull off the upset against Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the Quick Lane Bowl.
Hardly anyone had expected the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets to fizzle against the Ball State Cardinals, but the Cardinals showed remarkable grit. This should really have been an easy win game for the Yellow Jackets, and the loss will haunt them over the summer.

Conference Players of the Year:

----Atlantic Coast----
Defense:
Newman, J. - DE, GT (22 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 Sfty)
Offense:
Earl Muhammad - QB, LVILLE (155/282, 3395 yds, 40 TD)

----American Athletic----
Defense:
Pruitt, C. - FS, NAVY (18 Tck, 7 Int, 3 Def TD, 1 FR)
Offense:
Derrick Brown - QB, CINCY (348/577, 3872 yds, 29 TD)

----Big 12----
Defense:
O'Brien, J. - LB, TXCH (48 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
Offense:
Lincoln Berg - QB, IAST (155/317, 3302 yds, 26 TD)

----Big Ten----
Defense:
Duran, E. - CB, IND (67 Tck, 1 Sck, 4 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
Offense:
Larry Dexter - QB, MICH (237/427, 2897 yds, 29 TD)

----Conference USA----
Defense:
Grubbs, R. - DE, TXSA (30 Tck, 8 Sck, 1 Sfty, 1 FR)
Offense:
Jose Mcdermott - WR, LAT (48 rec, 891 yds, 6 TD)

----FBS Independents----
Defense:
Dayton, D. - CB, BYU (46 Tck, 4 Int, 1 Def TD)
Offense:
Will Shaver - QB, ARMY (308/450, 3154 yds, 24 TD)

----Mid-American----
Defense:
Snyder, W. - CB, BUF (68 Tck, 3 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
Offense:
Wilson Burks - QB, MIAOH (301/515, 3947 yds, 34 TD)

----Mountain West----
Defense:
Jeffrey, D. - DE, UNLV (11 Tck, 4 Sck, 3 FR)
Offense:
Charley Carlson - QB, SJST (234/438, 4482 yds, 49 TD)

----Pac-12----
Defense:
Brown, D. - FS, ORST (97 Tck, 2 Sck, 4 Int, 2 Def TD)
Offense:
Michael Cunningham - QB, STAN (141/242, 2049 yds, 19 TD)

----Southeastern----
Defense:
Miller, G. - FS, KY (30 Tck, 2 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
Offense:
Karl Metz - QB, MSST (87/214, 1380 yds, 9 TD)

----Sun Belt----
Defense:
Carmona, T. - CB, GASO (65 Tck, 1 Sck, 4 Int, 2 Def TD)
Offense:
Charles Cope - WR, TROY (34 rec, 943 yds, 11 TD)

All-American Team Announced

2046 All-American Team

QB Derrick Brown - Cincinnati Bearcats (348/577, 3872 yds, 29 TD)
RB Luther Swisher - Auburn Tigers (233 att, 1386 yds, 9 TD, 24 rec, 314 yds, 3 TD)
FB Alphonse Maggard - California Golden Bears (3 att, 13 yds, 0 TD, 23 rec, 419 yds, 4 TD)
TE Roger Jones - Temple Owls (48 rec, 546 yds, 4 TD)
WR Daniel Reynoso - Georgia State Panthers (67 rec, 1637 yds, 18 TD)
WR Thomas Callender - Georgia State Panthers (64 rec, 1569 yds, 16 TD)
C Norbert Welch - San Jose State Spartans (81 Pancakes)
G Jimmy Adame - Tulsa Golden Hurricane (106 Pancakes)
G Stephen Pinkerton - Tulsa Golden Hurricane (91 Pancakes)
T Johnny Wooldridge - Duke Blue Devils (126 Pancakes)
T Ernesto Mann - Colorado Buffaloes (118 Pancakes)
DT George Hayes - Buffalo Bulls (47 Tck, 7 Sck)
DT Michael Hilton - USC Trojans (40 Tck, 7 Sck)
DE Dale Duarte - South Carolina Gamecocks (36 Tck, 9 Sck)
DE John Boyd - North Carolina State Wolfpack (24 Tck, 10 Sck, 1 FR)
LB Bryan Smith - Oklahoma State Cowboys (70 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
LB Cary Trask - Vanderbilt Commodores (82 Tck, 4 Sck, 3 FR)
LB Robert Yang - Mississippi State Bulldogs (82 Tck, 3 Sck, 5 FR)
CB Luke Otis - Tulane Green Wave (91 Tck, 2 Sck, 7 Int, 2 Def TD, 2 FR)
CB Michael Simone - Washington State Cougars (72 Tck, 8 Sck, 2 Int, 1 FR)
SS James Allred - West Virginia Mountaineers (83 Tck, 4 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Sfty, 1 FR)
FS Daniel Brown - Oregon State Beavers (97 Tck, 2 Sck, 4 Int, 2 Def TD)
K Paul Novak - Penn State Nittany Lions (34/41 FG)
P Christian Brown - Houston Cougars (2278 yards, 44.7 avg, 20 inside 20)

Sun Belt All-Conference Team Announced

2046 Sun Belt All-Conference Team.

QB Harold Vaught - Texas State Bobcats (320/493, 4132 yds, 41 TD)
RB Aaron Daniels - Louisiana Monroe Warhawks (285 att, 1771 yds, 10 TD)
FB Pedro Lipscomb - Texas State Bobcats (2 att, 0 yds, 0 TD, 37 rec, 398 yds, 2 TD)
TE Dennis Fredrick - Georgia State Panthers (40 rec, 556 yds, 4 TD)
WR Daniel Reynoso - Georgia State Panthers (67 rec, 1637 yds, 18 TD)
WR Thomas Callender - Georgia State Panthers (64 rec, 1569 yds, 16 TD)
C James Speer - Georgia State Panthers (54 Pancakes)
G Jeremy Paris - New Mexico State Aggies (61 Pancakes)
G Bob Echols - Georgia State Panthers (58 Pancakes)
T James Gallegos - Texas State Bobcats (80 Pancakes)
T Ernest Washington - Troy Trojans (78 Pancakes)
DT Christopher Keys - Georgia State Panthers (27 Tck, 6 Sck)
DT Thomas Turley - South Alabama Jaguars (39 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 FR)
DE Phillip Robinson - Troy Trojans (33 Tck, 8 Sck)
DE Jeremy Chapman - Louisiana Monroe Warhawks (22 Tck, 8 Sck, 1 FR)
LB Ellsworth Flaherty - Georgia Southern Eagles (85 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
LB Robert Mead - Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns (78 Tck, 5 Sck)
LB Robert Williams - Texas State Bobcats (74 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
CB Thomas Carmona - Georgia Southern Eagles (65 Tck, 1 Sck, 4 Int, 2 Def TD)
CB Mark Olivares - Louisiana Monroe Warhawks (64 Tck, 4 Sck, 2 Int, 2 FR)
SS Michael Torres - Georgia Southern Eagles (59 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD)
FS Jerry Sherman - Arkansas State Red Wolves (77 Tck, 3 Sck, 2 FR)
K Robert Aaron - Arkansas State Red Wolves (27/33 FG)
P John Smith - Georgia Southern Eagles (3788 yards, 45.6 avg, 40 inside 20)

Southeastern All-Conference Team Announced

2046 Southeastern All-Conference Team.

QB Jose Cox - Missouri Tigers (332/589, 4057 yds, 29 TD)
RB Luther Swisher - Auburn Tigers (233 att, 1386 yds, 9 TD, 24 rec, 314 yds, 3 TD)
FB Maria Lowry - Auburn Tigers (3 att, 10 yds, 0 TD, 42 rec, 385 yds, 1 TD)
TE Donald Hickman - South Carolina Gamecocks (28 rec, 419 yds, 4 TD)
WR Mark Beckman - South Carolina Gamecocks (48 rec, 1192 yds, 8 TD)
WR Keith Noble - Tennessee Volunteers (68 rec, 1185 yds, 8 TD)
C Timothy Hickson - Alabama Crimson Tide (48 Pancakes)
G Ronald Scott - South Carolina Gamecocks (61 Pancakes)
G Stefan Sutherland - Missouri Tigers (52 Pancakes)
T Scott Williams - South Carolina Gamecocks (96 Pancakes)
T Douglas Dallas - Alabama Crimson Tide (89 Pancakes)
DT Jared Salinas - Alabama Crimson Tide (20 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 FR)
DT Bradley Mullen - Alabama Crimson Tide (27 Tck, 5 Sck)
DE Dale Duarte - South Carolina Gamecocks (36 Tck, 9 Sck)
DE Charles Robey - Alabama Crimson Tide (38 Tck, 7 Sck, 2 FR)
LB Cary Trask - Vanderbilt Commodores (82 Tck, 4 Sck, 3 FR)
LB Robert Yang - Mississippi State Bulldogs (82 Tck, 3 Sck, 5 FR)
LB Zane Kinard - South Carolina Gamecocks (89 Tck, 2 Sck, 3 FR)
CB Ron Simms - Texas AM Aggies (59 Tck, 2 Sck, 4 Int, 1 Def TD)
CB Javier Mahaffey - Vanderbilt Commodores (74 Tck, 4 Int, 1 FR)
SS Sean Pendergrass - Texas AM Aggies (66 Tck, 2 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
FS Kevin Moulton - Vanderbilt Commodores (81 Tck, 2 Sck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
K Jesse Aragon - Texas AM Aggies (30/34 FG)
P Jan McCarty - South Carolina Gamecocks (3427 yards, 46.9 avg, 37 inside 20)

Pac-12 All-Conference Team Announced

2046 Pac-12 All-Conference Team.

QB Abraham Arsenault - Colorado Buffaloes (247/481, 4718 yds, 36 TD)
RB Forest Guyton - California Golden Bears (138 att, 940 yds, 6 TD, 20 rec, 363 yds, 5 TD)
FB Alphonse Maggard - California Golden Bears (3 att, 13 yds, 0 TD, 23 rec, 419 yds, 4 TD)
TE Ernest Roman - Colorado Buffaloes (37 rec, 424 yds, 2 TD)
WR Dale Gunter - Colorado Buffaloes (65 rec, 1475 yds, 5 TD)
WR Steven Love - Colorado Buffaloes (40 rec, 1299 yds, 9 TD)
C Faustino White - Colorado Buffaloes (65 Pancakes)
G Keith Green - Colorado Buffaloes (82 Pancakes)
G Adam Ricks - USC Trojans (77 Pancakes)
T Ernesto Mann - Colorado Buffaloes (118 Pancakes)
T Matthew Turner - California Golden Bears (114 Pancakes)
DT Michael Hilton - USC Trojans (40 Tck, 7 Sck)
DT James Lopes - Utah Utes (32 Tck, 4 Sck)
DE Todd Faulkner - Washington State Cougars (34 Tck, 8 Sck, 1 FR)
DE William Murphy - Washington State Cougars (16 Tck, 10 Sck)
LB Leo Carr - UCLA Bruins (51 Tck, 8 Sck)
LB Scott Wiggins - California Golden Bears (56 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 Int)
LB Manuel Bond - UCLA Bruins (49 Tck, 3 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
CB Michael Simone - Washington State Cougars (72 Tck, 8 Sck, 2 Int, 1 FR)
CB Steven Gallant - Oregon State Beavers (62 Tck, 6 Int)
SS Stephen Driver - California Golden Bears (56 Tck, 5 Sck, 2 FR)
FS Daniel Brown - Oregon State Beavers (97 Tck, 2 Sck, 4 Int, 2 Def TD)
K Domingo Reynolds - Arizona Wildcats (27/31 FG)
P Royal Drake - USC Trojans (2705 yards, 39.8 avg, 23 inside 20)

Mountain West All-Conference Team Announced

2046 Mountain West All-Conference Team.

QB Charley Carlson - San Jose State Spartans (234/438, 4482 yds, 49 TD)
RB Elwood Ornelas - UNLV Rebels (193 att, 1134 yds, 11 TD, 10 rec, 295 yds, 4 TD)
FB Rudolf Bourque - Colorado State Rams (4 att, 6 yds, 0 TD, 39 rec, 401 yds, 2 TD)
TE Sean Darnell - Wyoming Cowboys (59 rec, 494 yds, 5 TD)
WR Michael Lacy - UNLV Rebels (46 rec, 1298 yds, 15 TD)
WR James Mattison - San Jose State Spartans (53 rec, 1232 yds, 13 TD)
C Norbert Welch - San Jose State Spartans (81 Pancakes)
G Adan Dean - Colorado State Rams (67 Pancakes)
G Deandre Kinney - UNLV Rebels (65 Pancakes)
T David Paulsen - UNLV Rebels (84 Pancakes)
T Joshua Simpkins - Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (74 Pancakes)
DT Cedric Matheny - Wyoming Cowboys (26 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 FR)
DT Frank Richey - Nevada Wolf Pack (43 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 FR)
DE Bart Langford - Boise State Broncos (42 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 FR)
DE Ralph Welch - UNLV Rebels (31 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 FR)
LB Colby Schilling - Air Force Falcons (76 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 FR)
LB John Garris - San Jose State Spartans (64 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 Int)
LB Eduardo Connolly - UNLV Rebels (71 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 Int)
CB Michael Ervin - San Jose State Spartans (85 Tck, 2 Sck, 4 Int, 1 FR)
CB Malcolm Gordon - Fresno State Bulldogs (35 Tck, 1 Sck, 6 Int, 2 Def TD)
SS David Santos - UNLV Rebels (60 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 Int, 2 FR)
FS Daniel Gross - New Mexico Lobos (95 Tck, 5 Int, 2 Def TD, 1 FR)
K Shane Ledesma - Nevada Wolf Pack (29/34 FG)
P Jimmy Hamilton - Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (4308 yards, 45.3 avg, 38 inside 20)

Mid-American All-Conference Team Announced

2046 Mid-American All-Conference Team.

QB Wilson Burks - Miami (OH) RedHawks (301/515, 3947 yds, 34 TD)
RB Evan Costa - Ohio Bobcats (174 att, 797 yds, 9 TD, 23 rec, 272 yds, 2 TD)
FB Gary Archer - Central Michigan Chippewas (2 att, 1 yds, 1 TD, 30 rec, 250 yds, 0 TD)
TE Joel Murphy - Buffalo Bulls (45 rec, 282 yds, 0 TD)
WR David Burch - Miami (OH) RedHawks (64 rec, 1201 yds, 15 TD)
WR Thomas Giroux - Miami (OH) RedHawks (55 rec, 1050 yds, 6 TD)
C Paul Vazquez - Kent State Golden Flashes (45 Pancakes)
G James Herbert - Buffalo Bulls (69 Pancakes)
G Jonathan Plummer - Ball State Cardinals (65 Pancakes)
T Anthony Smith - Buffalo Bulls (85 Pancakes)
T Leonard Mcdaniel - Ball State Cardinals (73 Pancakes)
DT George Hayes - Buffalo Bulls (47 Tck, 7 Sck)
DT Harry Adam - Ball State Cardinals (29 Tck, 3 Sck)
DE Werner McClelland - Bowling Green Falcons (48 Tck, 7 Sck)
DE Jason Schott - Toledo Rockets (29 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 Def TD, 3 FR)
LB Ronald Fitzgerald - Bowling Green Falcons (69 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 Int, 2 FR)
LB William Jones - Central Michigan Chippewas (50 Tck, 6 Sck)
LB Jonathon Williams - Bowling Green Falcons (67 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD)
CB Willie Snyder - Buffalo Bulls (68 Tck, 3 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
CB Adolfo Faulkner - Kent State Golden Flashes (52 Tck, 1 Sck, 7 Int)
SS Jason Wilson - Toledo Rockets (65 Tck, 7 Sck, 1 FR)
FS George Mcvay - Western Michigan Broncos (65 Tck, 3 Sck, 4 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
K Ron Barton - Akron Zips (10/18 FG)
P Marcos Dugger - Western Michigan Broncos (5114 yards, 45.7 avg, 48 inside 20)

FBS Independents All-Conference Team Announced

2046 FBS Independents All-Conference Team.

QB Mac Cox - Massachusetts Minutemen (292/508, 3201 yds, 24 TD)
RB Carl Beach - Army Black Knights (319 att, 1192 yds, 10 TD, 69 rec, 416 yds, 1 TD)
FB Kevin Hayes - Army Black Knights (0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD, 38 rec, 305 yds, 2 TD)
TE Tomas Griswold - Army Black Knights (30 rec, 199 yds, 2 TD)
WR Robert Reid - Notre Dame Fighting Irish (79 rec, 1585 yds, 6 TD)
WR Steven Fields - Massachusetts Minutemen (68 rec, 969 yds, 9 TD)
C Ronald Mcmillan - Army Black Knights (48 Pancakes)
G Hung Davis - Brigham Young Cougars (44 Pancakes)
G Adolfo Elliott - Massachusetts Minutemen (38 Pancakes)
T Russel Stillman - Massachusetts Minutemen (55 Pancakes)
T Eugene Lessard - Notre Dame Fighting Irish (50 Pancakes)
DT Miguel Burkholder - Notre Dame Fighting Irish (20 Tck, 4 Sck)
DT Joshua Copeland - Army Black Knights (30 Tck, 1 Sck)
DE Vincent Gaston - Brigham Young Cougars (36 Tck, 9 Sck)
DE Gabriel Yancey - Brigham Young Cougars (24 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 Sfty, 1 FR)
LB Oscar Babin - Brigham Young Cougars (78 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 FR)
LB Ervin Pence - Army Black Knights (52 Tck, 4 Sck)
LB Danny Giles - Army Black Knights (47 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 FR)
CB Michael O'Connor - Army Black Knights (60 Tck, 3 Sck, 4 Int, 1 FR)
CB Ronald Malone - Massachusetts Minutemen (55 Tck, 1 Sck, 2 Int, 1 FR)
SS Thomas Dyer - Massachusetts Minutemen (84 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 Int)
FS James Small - Notre Dame Fighting Irish (83 Tck, 1 Sck, 3 Int, 2 Def TD)
K Christopher Roberts - Army Black Knights (28/33 FG)
P Richard Roberts - Massachusetts Minutemen (3563 yards, 46.3 avg, 37 inside 20)

Conference USA All-Conference Team Announced

2046 Conference USA All-Conference Team.

QB George Pipkin - Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (335/519, 3933 yds, 28 TD)
RB Jose Cleveland - Old Dominion Monarchs (232 att, 1188 yds, 14 TD)
FB Milton Daley - Marshall Thundering Herd (7 att, 15 yds, 0 TD, 16 rec, 168 yds, 1 TD)
TE Larry Guthrie - James Madison Dukes (50 rec, 511 yds, 3 TD)
WR Mark Thornburg - North Texas Mean Green (82 rec, 1058 yds, 5 TD)
WR Bruce Christenson - North Texas Mean Green (76 rec, 975 yds, 6 TD)
C David Smith - Florida International Golden Panthers (37 Pancakes)
G Thomas Valles - Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles (66 Pancakes)
G Emilio Phillips - Texas San Antonio Roadrunners (52 Pancakes)
T Louie Lewis - Old Dominion Monarchs (80 Pancakes)
T Matthew Hiller - Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles (76 Pancakes)
DT Dewayne Romero - North Texas Mean Green (21 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 Sfty)
DT Rex Coyle - Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (31 Tck, 5 Sck)
DE Joshua Gordon - Florida International Golden Panthers (27 Tck, 8 Sck, 1 Def TD, 1 Sfty, 1 FR)
DE Patrick Owens - Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (46 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 Sfty)
LB Omar Ramsey - Florida International Golden Panthers (44 Tck, 10 Sck, 1 FR)
LB Dennis Stevens - Rice Owls (80 Tck, 2 Sck, 2 FR)
LB Morris Liu - Texas San Antonio Roadrunners (41 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 Sfty)
CB Steven Hayes - Rice Owls (63 Tck, 2 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Sfty, 2 FR)
CB Jimmie Lindsay - Texas San Antonio Roadrunners (51 Tck, 4 Sck, 3 Int, 1 FR)
SS Josiah Jackson - North Texas Mean Green (71 Tck, 2 Sck, 3 FR)
FS Coy Pierre - Rice Owls (83 Tck, 3 Sck, 2 Int)
K Chance Linkous - Texas San Antonio Roadrunners (32/34 FG)
P Ken McCollum - Texas San Antonio Roadrunners (3719 yards, 41.3 avg, 35 inside 20)

Big Ten All-Conference Team Announced

2046 Big Ten All-Conference Team.

QB Joseph Ash - Iowa Hawkeyes (344/529, 4224 yds, 34 TD)
RB Victor Conners - Maryland Terrapins (280 att, 1434 yds, 11 TD, 13 rec, 102 yds, 1 TD)
FB Daniel Allen - Iowa Hawkeyes (3 att, 7 yds, 0 TD, 51 rec, 367 yds, 3 TD)
TE Felix Mckenna - Indiana Hoosiers (59 rec, 439 yds, 0 TD)
WR Vern Gould - Indiana Hoosiers (76 rec, 1126 yds, 10 TD)
WR Michael Cloud - Michigan State Spartans (73 rec, 1150 yds, 10 TD)
C Jeffrey Lin - Indiana Hoosiers (55 Pancakes)
G Howard Willoughby - Michigan Wolverines (74 Pancakes)
G Patrick Lowery - Purdue Boilermakers (57 Pancakes)
T Harry Luther - Ohio State Buckeyes (88 Pancakes)
T Thomas Beeler - Michigan Wolverines (82 Pancakes)
DT David Figueroa - Ohio State Buckeyes (41 Tck, 5 Sck)
DT Leonard Smith - Wisconsin Badgers (20 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
DE Herbert Felts - Michigan State Spartans (34 Tck, 8 Sck)
DE Edward Vickers - Michigan State Spartans (23 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 Sfty)
LB Randall Bryson - Nebraska Cornhuskers (48 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 Int, 1 FR)
LB Floyd Rickman - Iowa Hawkeyes (62 Tck, 5 Sck)
LB David Pickett - Michigan Wolverines (72 Tck, 3 Sck)
CB Duane Mims - Wisconsin Badgers (57 Tck, 1 Sck, 4 Int, 2 Def TD, 1 FR)
CB Elbert Duran - Indiana Hoosiers (67 Tck, 1 Sck, 4 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
SS Frederick Hall - Penn State Nittany Lions (47 Tck, 5 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
FS Earl Griswold - Penn State Nittany Lions (80 Tck, 8 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
K Paul Novak - Penn State Nittany Lions (34/41 FG)
P Lacy Craven - Wisconsin Badgers (3158 yards, 44.5 avg, 30 inside 20)

Big 12 All-Conference Team Announced

2046 Big 12 All-Conference Team.

QB Orville Mayes - Oklahoma Sooners (375/612, 4705 yds, 45 TD)
RB Anthony Goldberg - Baylor Bears (263 att, 1560 yds, 18 TD)
FB Francisco Bittner - Texas Longhorns (1 att, 3 yds, 0 TD, 29 rec, 203 yds, 3 TD)
TE Julian Parr - Oklahoma Sooners (46 rec, 584 yds, 0 TD)
WR Michael Wagner - Iowa State Cyclones (47 rec, 1200 yds, 11 TD)
WR Gregory Ainsworth - Oklahoma Sooners (76 rec, 1107 yds, 10 TD)
C James Carter - Oklahoma Sooners (69 Pancakes)
G Keneth Bear - Iowa State Cyclones (67 Pancakes)
G Mark Wharton - Iowa State Cyclones (58 Pancakes)
T Leonel Barnes - Oklahoma State Cowboys (80 Pancakes)
T Ali Dunn - Baylor Bears (72 Pancakes)
DT Juan Thorp - Oklahoma Sooners (26 Tck, 4 Sck, 2 FR)
DT Benny Valdes - Oklahoma State Cowboys (16 Tck, 5 Sck)
DE Douglas Burgos - Oklahoma State Cowboys (26 Tck, 9 Sck, 2 FR)
DE David Landrum - West Virginia Mountaineers (38 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
LB Bryan Smith - Oklahoma State Cowboys (70 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
LB Gary Mintz - Texas Christian Horned Frogs (69 Tck, 3 Sck, 2 Int, 1 FR)
LB Barry Smith - Texas Longhorns (58 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 FR)
CB Eugene Harvey - Kansas Jayhawks (86 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 2 FR)
CB Damien Sawyers - Texas Christian Horned Frogs (57 Tck, 3 Sck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD)
SS James Allred - West Virginia Mountaineers (83 Tck, 4 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Sfty, 1 FR)
FS Cedric Clayton - West Virginia Mountaineers (74 Tck, 1 Sck, 2 Int, 2 FR)
K William Moll - West Virginia Mountaineers (30/32 FG)
P Ernest Saucedo - Texas Tech Red Raiders (5357 yards, 43.9 avg, 45 inside 20)

American Athletic All-Conference Team Announced

2046 American Athletic All-Conference Team.

QB Derrick Brown - Cincinnati Bearcats (348/577, 3872 yds, 29 TD)
RB George Sam - Houston Cougars (144 att, 1014 yds, 12 TD, 24 rec, 179 yds, 1 TD)
FB Kareem Ramos - Southern Methodist Mustangs (5 att, 10 yds, 0 TD, 32 rec, 226 yds, 2 TD)
TE Roger Jones - Temple Owls (48 rec, 546 yds, 4 TD)
WR Burl Tyson - Temple Owls (65 rec, 1303 yds, 13 TD)
WR Scott Goodman - East Carolina Pirates (34 rec, 1133 yds, 16 TD)
C Ben Grogan - Tulsa Golden Hurricane (56 Pancakes)
G Jimmy Adame - Tulsa Golden Hurricane (106 Pancakes)
G Stephen Pinkerton - Tulsa Golden Hurricane (91 Pancakes)
T James Bates - Cincinnati Bearcats (99 Pancakes)
T William Cockrell - Tulsa Golden Hurricane (100 Pancakes)
DT James Gage - Houston Cougars (23 Tck, 7 Sck)
DT Bob Hart - Cincinnati Bearcats (24 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 Sfty, 1 FR)
DE Kenneth Arredondo - Houston Cougars (21 Tck, 8 Sck)
DE John Clark - Southern Methodist Mustangs (36 Tck, 4 Sck, 1 Sfty)
LB Micheal Boyd - Houston Cougars (45 Tck, 7 Sck, 1 FR)
LB Sam Patton - Cincinnati Bearcats (69 Tck, 3 Sck, 2 FR)
LB Alexander Sanborn - Tulsa Golden Hurricane (72 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
CB Luke Otis - Tulane Green Wave (91 Tck, 2 Sck, 7 Int, 2 Def TD, 2 FR)
CB Michael Bailey - East Carolina Pirates (70 Tck, 7 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
SS Tyler Smith - Temple Owls (91 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
FS Jerry Greenfield - Central Florida Knights (52 Tck, 5 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
K Mike Baumgardner - Tulane Green Wave (30/35 FG)
P Christian Brown - Houston Cougars (2278 yards, 44.7 avg, 20 inside 20)

Atlantic Coast All-Conference Team Announced

2046 Atlantic Coast All-Conference Team.

QB Earl Muhammad - Louisville Cardinals (155/282, 3395 yds, 40 TD)
RB Ralph Bledsoe - Florida State Seminoles (294 att, 1218 yds, 10 TD, 16 rec, 139 yds, 0 TD)
FB Evan Marble - Syracuse Orange (0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD, 46 rec, 301 yds, 2 TD)
TE Lloyd Harmon - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (60 rec, 382 yds, 3 TD)
WR William Chau - Louisville Cardinals (42 rec, 1269 yds, 15 TD)
WR Barry Montalvo - North Carolina State Wolfpack (36 rec, 1009 yds, 10 TD)
C Fausto Graham - Louisville Cardinals (67 Pancakes)
G Gary Guinn - Syracuse Orange (64 Pancakes)
G Thomas Steed - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (57 Pancakes)
T Johnny Wooldridge - Duke Blue Devils (126 Pancakes)
T Vincent York - Miami (FL) Hurricanes (86 Pancakes)
DT Angel Bass - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (26 Tck, 4 Sck, 2 FR)
DT Max Fisher - Virginia Cavaliers (29 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 FR)
DE John Boyd - North Carolina State Wolfpack (24 Tck, 10 Sck, 1 FR)
DE Micheal Mcrae - Syracuse Orange (43 Tck, 6 Sck)
LB Buford Tucker - Clemson Tigers (51 Tck, 6 Sck, 2 Int, 2 FR)
LB Percy Rodriguez - Pittsburgh Panthers (49 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
LB Stephen White - North Carolina Tar Heels (72 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 FR)
CB Richard Parker - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (87 Tck, 4 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
CB Eric Wheatley - Miami (FL) Hurricanes (79 Tck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD, 3 FR)
SS Philip Foss - Virginia Tech Hokies (76 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Int, 1 FR)
FS Jeffrey Guy - Syracuse Orange (67 Tck, 2 Sck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
K Benjamin Lee - North Carolina State Wolfpack (31/34 FG)
P David Steel - Syracuse Orange (4394 yards, 44.4 avg, 42 inside 20)

Alabama Crimson Tide undefeated in regular season!

Alabama Crimson Tide have managed to go undefeated in the regular season.

A key cog in this accomplishment has been Alexander Warren - QB (189/353, 2972 yds, 28 TD), whose performance on the field have inspired players and fans alike.

Going undefeated in a top conference like Southeastern is quite an accomplishment in today's world.

All eyes are upon the Crimson Tide to see if they can keep performing at such a high level in the postseason.

Maryland Terrapins undefeated in regular season!

Maryland Terrapins have managed to go undefeated in the regular season.

A key cog in this accomplishment has been David Mcdonald - QB (180/301, 2415 yds, 23 TD), whose performance on the field have inspired players and fans alike.

Going undefeated in a top conference like Big Ten is quite an accomplishment in today's world.

All eyes are upon the Terrapins to see if they can keep performing at such a high level in the postseason.

Bowl Games Recruiting Update

165 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 0.
3 star players committed this week: 164.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 1.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Mark Graham (a 3 star LB from PARKLAND SHS ranked at 934) who committed to Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders.

Atlantic Coast was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 21.

Penn State Nittany Lions locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 6 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Craig Sanders - RB. He is ranked at 1120

Total Recruits committed this season is 1292.

Postseason: SS Matthew Jernigan (FLST) has suffered a major injury!

The Florida State Seminoles' SS Matthew Jernigan has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Postseason: DE John Alexander (TXSA) has suffered a major injury!

The Texas San Antonio Roadrunners' DE John Alexander has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Alabama Crimson Tide undefeated in regular season!

Alabama Crimson Tide have managed to go undefeated in the regular season.

A key cog in this accomplishment has been Alexander Warren - QB (189/353, 2972 yds, 28 TD), whose performance on the field have inspired players and fans alike.

Going undefeated in a top conference like Southeastern is quite an accomplishment in today's world.

All eyes are upon the Crimson Tide to see if they can keep performing at such a high level in the postseason.

Maryland Terrapins undefeated in regular season!

Maryland Terrapins have managed to go undefeated in the regular season.

Most pundits attribute the great season to the play of David Mcdonald - QB (180/301, 2415 yds, 23 TD).

Going undefeated in a top conference like Big Ten is quite an accomplishment in today's world.

All eyes are upon the Terrapins to see if they can keep performing at such a high level in the postseason.

Week 16 Recruiting Update

167 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 0.
3 star players committed this week: 167.
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 Craig Darden (a 3 star TE from RODNEY (CAESAR) HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 807) who committed to Mississippi State Bulldogs.

Atlantic Coast was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 27.

Louisiana Monroe Warhawks locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 13 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Mark Graham - LB. He is ranked at 934

Total Recruits committed this season is 1127.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 16

Gains:
Oregon State Beavers played with authority against the Oregon Ducks : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Washington State Cougars put the hammer on Washington Huskies : Prestige bonus + 0.05
South Alabama Jaguars upset the Notre Dame Fighting Irish : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Hawaii Rainbow Warriors outlast the Central Florida Knights : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Oregon Ducks were no match for the Oregon State Beavers : Prestige loss - 0.1
Washington Huskies got humiliated by the Washington State Cougars : Prestige loss - 0.1
Notre Dame Fighting Irish could not beat the South Alabama Jaguars : Prestige loss - 0.2
Central Florida Knights surprisingly lost to the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors : Prestige loss - 0.2

Changes:
Notre Dame Fighting Irish decrease to 61 prestige.
Central Florida Knights decrease to 79 prestige.

Atlantic Coast News: Big boys shows the way for the Blue Devils.

The big men from Blue Devils are winning the war in the trenches this year. They’ve given up only 14 sacks in 12 games while collecting 572 pancakes.

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors pull off the upset!

The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors have managed an unlikely win against Central Florida Knights.
The Knights appeared dejected towards the end of the game, while the Rainbow Warriors kept their cool and drove the victory home. Most pundits had expected the Knights 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 Rainbow Warriors fans were celebrating in the street, having had their hopes for the future bolstered at least momentarily.

South Alabama Jaguars take home the upset victory!

The South Alabama Jaguars fans are celebrating after the Jaguars took down the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
In a fantastic effort the Jaguars brought home the win against a superior opponent. The supporters of the Jaguars 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.

Playoff Watch: Week 16 Edition.

Welcome to playoff watch with Larry Moore.
As the season inches closer to the end, I will keep you updated on the playoff picture.
If the season ended today, the eight teams making the playoffs would be:
1: Alabama Crimson Tide
2: Maryland Terrapins
3: Houston Cougars
4: Auburn Tigers
5: Baylor Bears
6: California Golden Bears
7: South Carolina Gamecocks
8: UNLV Rebels

This week we saw one new team make it into the top eight. The new team of course being UNLV.
Being pushed out of the picture are:
Texas San Antonio Roadrunners

New Mexico Lobos resigns David Strother as DefensiveCoordinator

The Lobos have announced that they have given David Strother a new contract. Strother will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 3.5 million per year.

Meet media's new darling: Kenneth Garris - QB.

Anyone who has recently turned on their television in ID have seen his face. It seems like the local media is going cannot get enough of Kenneth Garris - QB. Kenneth Garris - QB is everywhere in the ID media. Dealing with interview requests and evaluating endorsement deals threatens to detract from his play on the field. Seeing how Garris navigates this surging media attention will be an interesting story to follow. As for the team, the Vandals are sure to be enjoying his time in the spotlight, as their PR department is having their jobs done for them.

Idaho Vandals prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 16: QB Garry Underwood (CINCY) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Cincinnati Bearcats quarterback Garry Underwood has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Bearcats defeated the Houston Cougars, 48 to 38. Underwood did his part, throwing 4 touchdowns, completing 35 of 50 passes for 435 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 5 to 1, and a passer rating of 166.4.

Cincinnati Bearcats prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 16: DE Donald Jeffrey (UNLV) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Jeffrey absolutely dominated in the Rebels 42-24 game with the New Mexico Lobos. He finished with 5 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 FR.

UNLV Rebels prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 16 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Bailey, A. - DE, SYR.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Mcdougal, R. - QB, GT.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Riley, S. - CB, CINCY.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Underwood, G. - QB, CINCY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Ly, M. - CB, BAY.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Goldberg, A. - RB, BAY.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Maxey, D. - DT, MD.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Mcdonald, D. - QB, MD.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Sullivan, M. - DE, WKY.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Lopez, B. - TE, WKY.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Crowell, M. - DT, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Fitzgerald, R. - LB, BG.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Allard, I. - QB, BG.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Jeffrey, D. - DE, UNLV.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Nestor, R. - QB, UNLV.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Bond, M. - LB, UCLA.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Littleton, F. - QB, UCLA.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Lane, A. - LB, BAMA.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Cano, J. - WR, BAMA.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Olivares, M. - CB, LAMON.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Daniels, A. - RB, LAMON.

Game Recaps for Week 16

Yellow Jackets - 24, Orange - 21
Bearcats - 48, Cougars - 38
Bears - 48, Horned Frogs - 20
Terrapins - 38, Hawkeyes - 20
Hilltoppers - 7, Roadrunners - 3
Falcons - 30, Chippewas - 7
Rebels - 42, Lobos - 24
Bruins - 49, Golden Bears - 48
Crimson Tide - 35, Gamecocks - 21
Warhawks - 38, Panthers - 24

Week 16: G Gary Swafford (TXCH) has suffered a major injury!

The Texas Christian Horned Frogs' G Gary Swafford has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Week 16 Recruiting Update

300 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 3.
4 star players committed this week: 43.
3 star players committed this week: 252.
2 star players committed this week: 2.
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 Jonathan Earls (a 5 star WR from ELDORADO HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 25) who committed to USC Trojans.

American Athletic was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 42.

Air Force Falcons locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 18 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Craig Darden - TE. He is ranked at 807

Total Recruits committed this season is 960.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 16

Gains:
Oregon State Beavers blew out the Oregon Ducks : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Washington State Cougars kept scoring points against the Washington Huskies : Prestige bonus + 0.05
South Alabama Jaguars beat the Notre Dame Fighting Irish : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Hawaii Rainbow Warriors beat the Central Florida Knights : Prestige bonus + 0.3

Losses:
Oregon Ducks got humiliated by the Oregon State Beavers : Prestige loss - 0.1
Washington Huskies were no match for the Washington State Cougars : Prestige loss - 0.1
Notre Dame Fighting Irish failed miserably against the South Alabama Jaguars : Prestige loss - 0.2
Central Florida Knights could not even win against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors : Prestige loss - 0.4

Changes:
Hawaii Rainbow Warriors increase to 45 prestige.

Atlantic Coast News: Clemson Tigers defense dominates!

The Tigers' defense is showing how it is done this season. In 12 games they’ve surrendered only 4271 total yards and 277 points. Angelo Meyer - CB is the leader of the defense with 63 tackles on the year. Could the Tigers become a defining defense for the league?

South Alabama Jaguars take home the upset victory!

The South Alabama Jaguars fans are celebrating after the Jaguars took down the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
In a fantastic effort the Jaguars brought home the win against a superior opponent. The supporters of the Jaguars 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.

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors surprise everyone!

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

Playoff Watch: Week 16 Edition.

Welcome to playoff watch with Larry Moore.
As the season inches closer to the end, I will keep you updated on the playoff picture.
If the season ended today, the eight teams making the playoffs would be:
1: Alabama Crimson Tide
2: Maryland Terrapins
3: Auburn Tigers
4: Houston Cougars
5: Baylor Bears
6: Texas San Antonio Roadrunners
7: California Golden Bears
8: South Carolina Gamecocks

Week 15: QB James Farrow (ILL) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Illinois Fighting Illini' James Farrow threw 5 touchdowns, completing 30 of 49 passes for 381 yards in the Fighting Illini victory over the Northwestern Wildcats.

After being signed in 2044, season number 2 for Farrow, has seen some impressive numbers including 20 touchdown passes this season.

Illinois Fighting Illini prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 15: FS Daniel Brown (ORST) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS Daniel Brown of the Oregon State Beavers has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Brown finished with 6 Tck, 1 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD.

Oregon State Beavers prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 15 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Terrell, W. - DE, FLST.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Mcdougal, R. - QB, GT.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Greenfield, J. - FS, CFL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Amato, F. - WR, TULSA.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Lindley, R. - SS, KAN.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Sullivan, R. - WR, KANST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Hubert, G. - DE, MICH.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Farrow, J. - QB, ILL.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Hart, J. - CB, FAU.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Gaines, J. - QB, FAU.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Kelley, A. - DE, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Reid, R. - WR, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Whitworth, L. - FS, KENT.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Schmitz, I. - RB, AKR.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Harmon, J. - LB, HAW.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Kennedy, S. - QB, HAW.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Brown, D. - FS, ORST.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Lewis, T. - WR, CAL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Simms, R. - CB, TEXAM.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Merrell, J. - QB, AUB.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Campbell, J. - CB, SAL.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Hernandez, J. - WR, SAL.

Game Recaps for Week 15

Black Knights - 19, Midshipmen - 14
Gamecocks - 38, Tigers - 31
Bulldogs - 34, Yellow Jackets - 27
Seminoles - 37, Gators - 25
Wolfpack - 48, Tar Heels - 26
Cowboys - 27, Sooners - 20
Jayhawks - 28, Wildcats - 19
Nittany Lions - 49, Spartans - 34
Wolverines - 46, Buckeyes - 17
Terrapins - 41, Scarlet Knights - 28
Badgers - 34, Golden Gophers - 32
Fighting Illini - 44, Wildcats - 42
Hoosiers - 31, Boilermakers - 3
Zips - 48, Bulls - 14
Beavers - 62, Ducks - 10
Cougars - 41, Huskies - 3
Golden Bears - 45, Bruins - 31
Wildcats - 31, Sun Devils - 24
Crimson Tide - 44, Tigers - 41
Aggies - 44, Razorbacks - 14
Rebels - 31, Bulldogs - 3
Commodores - 44, Volunteers - 14
Jaguars - 37, Fighting Irish - 31
Rainbow Warriors - 24, Knights - 10
Owls - 42, Golden Hurricane - 39
Thundering Herd - 28, Utes - 21
Golden Flashes - 38, Roadrunners - 24
Hawkeyes - 38, Tigers - 29

Week 15: TE Charles Breen (VAND) has suffered a major injury!

The Vanderbilt Commodores' TE Charles Breen has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Week 15: DT Franklin Sumner (MINN) has suffered a major injury!

The Minnesota Golden Gophers' DT Franklin Sumner has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 15: DE Eric Morris (OR) has suffered a major injury!

The Oregon Ducks' DE Eric Morris has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 15 Recruiting Update

102 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 16.
3 star players committed this week: 86.
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 Joshua Parker (a 4 star WR from DUPONT MANUAL HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 47) who committed to Boston College Eagles.

Big Ten was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 17.

Minnesota Golden Gophers locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 5 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Jonathan Earls - WR. He is ranked at 25

Total Recruits committed this season is 660.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 15

Gains:
Texas San Antonio Roadrunners played with authority against the North Texas Mean Green : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
North Texas Mean Green were blown out by the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners : Prestige loss - 0.1
Memphis Tigers were crushed by the Fresno State Bulldogs : Prestige loss - 0.05

East Carolina Pirates take the prize.

East Carolina is the league leader in turnover differential. With their offense only turning the ball over 11 times (7 interceptions and 4 fumbles), while their defense has delivered 34 takeaways (11 interceptions and 23 fumbles recovered).
This gives them a turnover differential of +23.

Top 10 turnover differentials:
East Carolina Pirates: 23
Tulsa Golden Hurricane: 22
Oklahoma State Cowboys: 22
Iowa State Cyclones: 22
Arkansas State Red Wolves: 22
North Carolina State Wolfpack: 21
Utah State Aggies: 21
New Mexico Lobos: 21
Houston Cougars: 19
USC Trojans: 19

At the bottom of the league, we find Connecticut Huskies, who clock in with an atrocious differential of -9.

East Carolina Pirates prestige bonus + 0.05

Playoff Watch: Week 15 Edition.

Welcome to playoff watch with Larry Moore.
As the season inches closer to the end, I will keep you updated on the playoff picture.
If the season ended today, the eight teams making the playoffs would be:
1: Alabama Crimson Tide
2: Maryland Terrapins
3: Auburn Tigers
4: Houston Cougars
5: Baylor Bears
6: California Golden Bears
7: Texas San Antonio Roadrunners
8: South Carolina Gamecocks

This week we saw one new team make it into the top eight. The new team of course being Texas San Antonio.
Being pushed out of the picture are:
Minnesota Golden Gophers

UNLV Rebels resigns Robert Feldman as HeadCoach

The Rebels have announced that they have given Robert Feldman a new contract. Feldman will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 6 years earning 5.5 million per year.

Wisconsin Badgers resigns Jeremy Good as DefensiveCoordinator

The Badgers have announced that they have given Jeremy Good a new contract. Good will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 3.5 million per year.

Week 14: WR Guillermo Bell (AFA) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Guillermo Bell of the Air Force Falcons receives the offensive player of the week honors for his 5 rec, 216 yds, 1 TD effort. He is racking up the receiving yards, bringing his season total to 916 yards on the season.

Air Force Falcons prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 14: CB Michael Short (LALAF) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Short's ball hawking ability was on display in the Ragin' Cajuns 48-34 game with the Arizona Wildcats. He finished with 6 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD.

"Michael has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Ragin' Cajuns Defensive Coordinator

Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 14 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: James, C. - SS, MIAFL.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Hart, L. - WR, MIAFL.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Soliz, T. - SS, TULSA.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Mcdowell, M. - QB, TULSA.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Smith, B. - LB, OKST.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Gray, T. - WR, KANST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Looney, A. - FS, MD.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Mcdonald, D. - QB, MD.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Mills, R. - CB, MARS.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Smith, C. - RB, WKY.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Yancey, G. - DE, BYU.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Shaver, W. - QB, ARMY.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: House, J. - DE, EMI.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Blanton, M. - WR, KENT.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Powell, R. - LB, HAW.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Bell, G. - WR, AFA.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Long, C. - FS, OR.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Love, S. - WR, COL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Thao, C. - DE, TEXAM.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Myles, L. - RB, UF.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Short, M. - CB, LALAF.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Rhodes, J. - QB, ARKST.

Game Recaps for Week 14

Trojans - 56, Fighting Irish - 21
Roadrunners - 47, Mean Green - 10
Bulls - 27, Falcons - 18
Rainbow Warriors - 24, Aztecs - 15
Utes - 37, Sun Devils - 17
Ducks - 43, Owls - 33
Gators - 37, Bruins - 24
Aggies - 41, Falcons - 23
Terrapins - 27, Cowboys - 23
Nittany Lions - 29, Buffaloes - 20
Hawkeyes - 27, Eagles - 3
Golden Flashes - 24, Lobos - 23
Black Knights - 38, Commodores - 31
Red Wolves - 47, Dukes - 20
Ragin' Cajuns - 48, Wildcats - 34
Hilltoppers - 41, Wildcats - 34
Huskies - 42, Golden Hurricane - 16
Razorbacks - 20, Monarchs - 16
Wildcats - 41, Mustangs - 21
Spartans - 30, Mountaineers - 17
Sooners - 41, Cardinal - 7
Hurricanes - 20, Thundering Herd - 16
Cougars - 38, Eagles - 17
Bulldogs - 45, Tigers - 9

Week 14: DE Edward Murphy (NTDM) has suffered a major injury!

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish' DE Edward Murphy has suffered an injury: Out for the season.

Nebraska Cornhuskers hires new staff member

The Nebraska Cornhuskers have hired James Pleasant to fill their coaching ranks.

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Michael Mueller - DE

Hello my fellow football diehards, hope you will like more in detail analysis in this installment of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this issue of Recruiting Watch, I look at Michael Mueller. Mueller is an accomplished DE, coming out of NORTH OLMSTED HIGH SCHOOL, OH. Mueller is a 4 star recruit, and his overall ranking is 119. He is 6' 8" tall, weighs 273 pounds and is 19 years old. Here is what we found out:

Known for being a bit of a joker in the locker room. but in the good way, everyone smiles when asked about him. Tackles with good leverage. Rarely lets people go. Scouts highlight the intelligent decisions he makes on the field.

Michael Mueller has a received a lot of attention from recruiters. Nebraska Cornhuskers, UCLA Bruins, Florida Gators, Cincinnati Bearcats, Syracuse Orange, Northwestern Wildcats have all been in contact with Mueller.

Persons familiar with his thinking claim that Mueller will likely commit to the Florida Gators.

Week 14 Recruiting Update

79 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 21.
3 star players committed this week: 58.
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 Dustin Sousa (a 4 star DE from GRANGER HIGH ranked at 56) who committed to Alabama Crimson Tide.

Southeastern was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 21.

Central Florida Knights locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 3 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Jonathan Earls - WR. He is ranked at 25

Total Recruits committed this season is 558.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 14

Gains:
Texas San Antonio Roadrunners pull off a win against the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers folded against the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners : Prestige loss - 0.2

Southeastern News: Top receiver trio?

The Tigers trio of Roberto Taylor - WR, James Wagner - WR and Fred Marquis - WR are currently the leading trio of pass catchers in the league, with 2341 receiving yards between the three.

Texas San Antonio Roadrunners pull off the upset!

With an outstanding effort the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners pull off the upset against Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.
Everyone had expected the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers to handle the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners with ease, but the Roadrunners 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.

Playoff Watch: Week 14 Edition.

Welcome to playoff watch with Larry Moore.
As the season inches closer to the end, I will keep you updated on the playoff picture.
If the season ended today, the eight teams making the playoffs would be:
1: Alabama Crimson Tide
2: Maryland Terrapins
3: Baylor Bears
4: Auburn Tigers
5: Houston Cougars
6: California Golden Bears
7: South Carolina Gamecocks
8: Minnesota Golden Gophers

This week we saw one new team make it into the top eight. The new team of course being South Carolina.
Being pushed out of the picture are:
Texas San Antonio Roadrunners

Troy Trojans resigns Brent Luis as DefensiveCoordinator

The Trojans have announced that they have given Brent Luis a new contract. Luis will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 7 years earning 4 million per year.

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 5 years earning 7 million per year.

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs resigns Richard Herrera as OffensiveCoordinator

The Bulldogs have announced that they have given Richard Herrera a new contract. Herrera will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 3 years earning 6.5 million per year.

Blanchette every reporter's dream

A flurry of media appearances by Harry Blanchette have blanketed the airwaves recently. Harry Blanchette is blowing up. With all the recent media coverage, he is struggling to keep up with the requests for interviews. The LB was boomed into a public figure by a recent interview with a local broadcaster that went viral. Fans everywhere were enamored with his antics and persona and are eager to learn more about him.

Central Florida Knights prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 13: QB James Farrow (ILL) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Illinois Fighting Illini quarterback James Farrow has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Fighting Illini defeated the San Jose State Spartans, 42 to 39. Farrow did his part, throwing 4 touchdowns, completing 24 of 33 passes for 355 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 15 to 8, and a passer rating of 126.7.

Illinois Fighting Illini prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 13: LB Jeffery O'Brien (TXCH) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Jeffery O'Brien of the Texas Christian Horned Frogs has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. O'Brien finished with 3 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR.

Texas Christian Horned Frogs prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 13 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Worsham, W. - CB, BST.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Muhammad, E. - QB, LVILLE.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Gordon, W. - CB, HOU.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Brown, D. - QB, CINCY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: O'Brien, J. - LB, TXCH.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Mayes, O. - QB, OK.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Bess, L. - DE, ILL.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Farrow, J. - QB, ILL.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Sullivan, M. - DE, WKY.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Slade, E. - QB, LAT.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Babb, H. - FS, BYU.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Seal, T. - QB, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Thomas, S. - CB, AKR.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Burch, D. - WR, MIAOH.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Sandoval, L. - DT, FRES.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Barnes, N. - QB, WYO.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Garcia, J. - FS, UTAH.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Grimm, P. - WR, ORST.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Agnew, C. - LB, MIZZOU.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Acevedo, H. - RB, MIZZOU.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Flaherty, E. - LB, GASO.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Davis, M. - QB, GAST.

Game Recaps for Week 13

Bulls - 33, Black Knights - 13
Eagles - 37, Blue Devils - 29
Cardinals - 40, Tar Heels - 24
Hokies - 37, Panthers - 10
Mustangs - 34, Golden Hurricane - 26
Green Wave - 28, Tigers - 7
Sooners - 38, Bears - 23
Cowboys - 41, Mountaineers - 20
Cyclones - 37, Red Raiders - 13
Mean Green - 35, Thundering Herd - 23
Roadrunners - 20, Hilltoppers - 17
Monarchs - 34, Owls - 19
Golden Flashes - 34, RedHawks - 24
Bulldogs - 55, Falcons - 16
Rebels - 47, Rainbow Warriors - 21
Utes - 28, Bruins - 23
Tigers - 66, Tigers - 0
Aggies - 20, Vandals - 10
Panthers - 45, Red Wolves - 38
Cougars - 41, Buckeyes - 13
Eagles - 27, Fighting Irish - 20
Bearcats - 54, Buffaloes - 27
Cowboys - 42, Demon Deacons - 24
Cougars - 38, Jaguars - 14
Orange - 45, Chippewas - 7
Bulldogs - 41, Rams - 36
Huskies - 27, Wolf Pack - 17
Ragin' Cajuns - 52, Miners - 10
Broncos - 20, Bulls - 9
Horned Frogs - 32, Wildcats - 27
Hoosiers - 41, Minutemen - 13
Fighting Illini - 42, Spartans - 39
Beavers - 41, Zips - 2
Spartans - 24, Lobos - 13
Bobcats - 48, Owls - 37
Warhawks - 38, Owls - 24
Cavaliers - 45, Bulldogs - 35

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Rogelio West - WR

Good day football wonks. I am glad to give you Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. For this installment, we will look closer at Rogelio West. West is an accomplished WR, who played high school football at KEMPSVILLE HIGH, VA. His ranking of 108 nationally, makes him a 4 star recruit. The 18 year old West, weighs 184 pounds and is 6' 0" tall. Alright, let us get down to business!

Consistently comes down with the ball. Reacts intelligently on the field.

As one of the better WR coming out of high school this year, it is no surprise that Rogelio West has is being courted by several programs. Local news report that at least these teams have shown interest in bringing him into their program: Boston College Eagles, Virginia Tech Hokies, Virginia Cavaliers, Florida Atlantic Owls, Appalachian State Mountaineers.

It is hard to decipher where West will end up. He has provided very few clues that warrant more than mere speculation and wishful thinking.

Week 13 Recruiting Update

83 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 4.
4 star players committed this week: 25.
3 star players committed this week: 54.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Keith Bohn (a 5 star LB from LINDSAY SENIOR HIGH ranked at 3) who committed to Alabama Crimson Tide.

Pac-12 was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 15.

Minnesota Golden Gophers locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 5 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Jonathan Earls - WR. He is ranked at 25

Total Recruits committed this season is 479.

Keith Bohn - LB commits to Alabama Crimson Tide.

Keith Bohn has committed to the Crimson Tide.
Bohn 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 LB from LINDSAY SENIOR HIGH.

Bohn was also pursued by Maryland Terrapins, UCLA Bruins, Stanford Cardinal, West Virginia Mountaineers, USC Trojans, Colorado State Rams, Virginia Tech Hokies, California Golden Bears, Louisville Cardinals, Utah Utes, Oregon State Beavers, Virginia Cavaliers, Mississippi Rebels, San Diego State Aztecs, Nevada Wolf Pack, Kansas State Wildcats, Oklahoma Sooners, Clemson Tigers, Missouri Tigers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Fresno State Bulldogs, Brigham Young Cougars, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, Arizona State Sun Devils, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Wisconsin Badgers, Lousiana State Tigers, Iowa Hawkeyes, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, South Carolina Gamecocks, Arkansas Razorbacks, and Boise State Broncos.

East Carolina Pirates take the prize.

East Carolina is the league leader in turnover differential. With their offense only turning the ball over 11 times (7 interceptions and 4 fumbles), while their defense has delivered 34 takeaways (11 interceptions and 23 fumbles recovered).
This gives them a turnover differential of +23.

Top 10 turnover differentials:
East Carolina Pirates: 23
North Carolina State Wolfpack: 21
Iowa State Cyclones: 21
Utah State Aggies: 21
Arkansas State Red Wolves: 20
Tulsa Golden Hurricane: 19
Oklahoma State Cowboys: 18
South Alabama Jaguars: 18
USC Trojans: 17
Navy Midshipmen: 16

At the bottom of the league, we find Connecticut Huskies, who clock in with an atrocious differential of -9.

East Carolina Pirates prestige bonus + 0.05

Kent State Golden Flashes resigns Mario Cunningham as OffensiveCoordinator

The Golden Flashes have announced that they have given Mario Cunningham a new contract. Cunningham will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 8 years earning 3.5 million per year.

Army Black Knights resigns John Smith as HeadCoach

The Black Knights have announced that they have given John Smith a new contract. Smith will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 4 years earning 6.5 million per year.

Oklahoma State Cowboys resigns Branden Fellows as OffensiveCoordinator

The Cowboys have announced that they have given Branden Fellows a new contract. Fellows will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 6 years earning 8.5 million per year.

Week 12: WR Scott Goodman (ECAR) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Goodman's 6 rec, 200 yds, 4 TD effort led the way for the East Carolina Pirates. This weeks 200 receiving yards bring his season total to 1085 yards with 16 touchdowns on the season.

"To Scott, football is about winning and nothing else. He is one of the hardest workers on our team and deserves the attention he is getting from the media and fans." - Pirates Coach

East Carolina Pirates prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 12: FS Chris Pruitt (NAVY) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS Chris Pruitt of the Navy Midshipmen has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Pruitt finished with 2 Tck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD.

Navy Midshipmen prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 12 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Guy, J. - FS, SYR.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Helm, A. - QB, MIAFL.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Pruitt, C. - FS, NAVY.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Goodman, S. - WR, ECAR.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Gregory, E. - CB, OK.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Torres, W. - QB, TX.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Herrera, E. - CB, NWST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Farrow, J. - QB, ILL.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Pollard, B. - DE, TXSA.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Pipkin, G. - QB, WKY.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Pence, E. - LB, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Crowe, R. - QB, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Altman, L. - DE, KENT.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Locklear, G. - QB, CMI.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Tavares, M. - FS, NM.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Nestor, R. - QB, UNLV.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Cooke, C. - DE, STAN.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Blodgett, C. - QB, UTAH.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Garnett, P. - LB, OLEMIS.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Cox, J. - QB, MIZZOU.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Gonzalez, W. - LB, TROY.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Gibson, I. - QB, TROY.

Game Recaps for Week 12

Panthers - 37, Fighting Irish - 34
Scarlet Knights - 42, Black Knights - 13
Eagles - 44, Seminoles - 27
Orange - 38, Demon Deacons - 16
Cavaliers - 23, Tar Heels - 13
Tigers - 48, Owls - 27
Bulls - 34, Mustangs - 17
Midshipmen - 36, Golden Hurricane - 28
Longhorns - 41, Jayhawks - 28
Sooners - 47, Mountaineers - 15
Horned Frogs - 30, Wildcats - 14
Cowboys - 43, Cyclones - 26
Wildcats - 43, Buckeyes - 10
Fighting Illini - 38, Hawkeyes - 35
Owls - 25, Bulldogs - 10
Mean Green - 39, Miners - 16
Roadrunners - 24, Golden Panthers - 22
Hilltoppers - 38, Monarchs - 13
Zips - 38, Eagles - 9
Golden Flashes - 24, Rockets - 7
Bulls - 45, RedHawks - 23
Lobos - 38, Falcons - 24
Rebels - 65, Aggies - 28
Broncos - 30, Wolf Pack - 21
Rainbow Warriors - 45, Spartans - 24
Cardinal - 59, Buffaloes - 30
Trojans - 30, Ducks - 20
Utes - 35, Wildcats - 20
Tigers - 34, Wildcats - 24
Gamecocks - 27, Gators - 20
Warhawks - 45, Vandals - 31
Mountaineers - 37, Jaguars - 24
Red Wolves - 31, Bobcats - 17
Trojans - 49, Golden Eagles - 21
Chippewas - 33, Aztecs - 24
Cardinals - 30, Blue Raiders - 14
Pirates - 48, Falcons - 38
Volunteers - 44, Sun Devils - 13
Cornhuskers - 35, Bulldogs - 6
Rebels - 33, Huskies - 10
Hurricanes - 48, Hoosiers - 16
Terrapins - 42, Green Wave - 15
Wolverines - 34, Yellow Jackets - 24
Huskies - 19, Red Raiders - 16
Panthers - 45, Nittany Lions - 30
Bulldogs - 43, Bobcats - 31
Cougars - 30, Minutemen - 3

Week 12: DE Mark Rapp (SJST) has suffered a major injury!

The San Jose State Spartans' DE Mark Rapp has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 12: DT Barry Rose (SJST) has suffered a major injury!

The San Jose State Spartans' DT Barry Rose has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Benjamin Middleton - WR

Hello football addicts, welcome indeed to this edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this edition, the analysis will concern Benjamin Middleton, a young WR, out of IA specifically, ADAIR-CASEY JR-SR HIGH SCHOOL. His ranking of 99 nationally, makes Middleton a 4 star recruit. Middleton is 6' 1" tall, clocks in at 188 pounds and is 18 years old. Alright, let us get down to brass tax.

Need a leader? He is your guy. Raised to know the value of teamwork. Respected for his good behavior on the field. Coaches love his ability to catch the ball. Soon everyone will know why. Elite speed. Speed kills. Coaches love speed. Fans love speed. Opponents hate speed. Slippery. That is what he is. Will work well in traffic. Will occasionally turn short gains into big plays.

As one of the better WR coming out of high school this year, it is no surprise that Benjamin Middleton has is being courted by several programs. Local news report that at least these teams have shown interest in bringing him into their program: UCLA Bruins, Bowling Green Falcons, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Iowa Hawkeyes, Lousiana State Tigers, Kansas State Wildcats, Oklahoma Sooners, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, Kent State Golden Flashes.

My sources indicate that Oklahoma Sooners are his current favorite destination. But much can change before any signature is delivered.

Week 12 Recruiting Update

112 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 2.
4 star players committed this week: 33.
3 star players committed this week: 77.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Gary Watts (a 5 star WR from JOHN F. KENNEDY HIGH ranked at 5) who committed to Stanford Cardinal.

Pac-12 was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 20.

UCLA Bruins locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 6 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Keith Bohn - LB. He is ranked at 3

Total Recruits committed this season is 396.

Gary Watts - WR commits to Stanford Cardinal.

Gary Watts has committed to the Cardinal.
Watts 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 WR from JOHN F. KENNEDY HIGH.

Watts was also pursued by Alabama Crimson Tide, UCLA Bruins, Missouri Tigers, Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, USC Trojans, Clemson Tigers, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, California Golden Bears, Fresno State Bulldogs, San Diego State Aztecs, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Oregon State Beavers, Wisconsin Badgers, Nevada Wolf Pack, Kansas State Wildcats, West Virginia Mountaineers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Louisville Cardinals, Utah Utes, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Colorado State Rams, South Carolina Gamecocks, Virginia Cavaliers, Iowa Hawkeyes, Brigham Young Cougars, Arizona State Sun Devils, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, Arkansas Razorbacks, Oklahoma Sooners, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, and Boise State Broncos.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 12

Gains:
Temple Owls outlast the Central Florida Knights : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Air Force Falcons pull off a win against the Boise State Broncos : Prestige bonus + 0.2
New Mexico Lobos outlast the Nevada Wolf Pack : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Colorado Buffaloes outlast the USC Trojans : Prestige bonus + 0.3

Losses:
Central Florida Knights disappointed against the Temple Owls : Prestige loss - 0.2
Boise State Broncos surprisingly lost to the Air Force Falcons : Prestige loss - 0.2
Nevada Wolf Pack failed miserably against the New Mexico Lobos : Prestige loss - 0.2
USC Trojans disappointed against the Colorado Buffaloes : Prestige loss - 0.4

Changes:
USC Trojans decrease to 82 prestige.

Atlantic Coast News: Big boys shows the way for the Blue Devils.

The O-Line from Blue Devils are smashing opponents this year. They’ve given up only 13 sacks in 11 games while collecting 541 pancakes.

Temple Owls pull off the upset!

The Temple Owls have managed an unlikely win against Central Florida Knights.
The Knights appeared dejected towards the end of the game, while the Owls kept their cool and drove the victory home. Most pundits had expected the Knights 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 Owls fans were celebrating in the street, having had their hopes for the future bolstered at least momentarily.

Air Force Falcons surprise everyone!

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

New Mexico Lobos take home the upset victory!

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

Colorado Buffaloes upset the USC Trojans!

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

Troy Trojans resigns David Sullivan as HeadCoach

The Trojans have announced that they have given David Sullivan a new contract. Sullivan will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 5 years earning 3 million per year.

Auburn Tigers resigns Ronnie Coats as HeadCoach

The Tigers have announced that they have given Ronnie Coats a new contract. Coats will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 5 years earning 7 million per year.

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs resigns Antonio Day as DefensiveCoordinator

The Bulldogs have announced that they have given Antonio Day a new contract. Day will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 8 years earning 6 million per year.

Week 11: QB Michael Cunningham (STAN) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Stanford Cardinal quarterback Michael Cunningham has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Cardinal defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils, 72 to 38. Cunningham did his part, throwing 6 touchdowns, completing 28 of 35 passes for 568 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 12 to 2, and a passer rating of 161.7.

Stanford Cardinal prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 11: FS Daniel Gross (NM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS Daniel Gross of the New Mexico Lobos has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Gross finished with 8 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD.

New Mexico Lobos prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 11 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Bratton, H. - CB, BST.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Muhammad, E. - QB, LVILLE.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Smith, T. - SS, TEMP.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Brown, D. - QB, CINCY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Barham, W. - FS, TXCH.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Gomez, J. - QB, TXCH.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Jones, I. - SS, PUR.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Ash, J. - QB, IOWA.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Pedersen, J. - FS, OLD.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Puente, M. - QB, FINT.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Osborn, C. - LB, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Reid, R. - WR, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Durkin, D. - DE, NILL.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: O'Shea, T. - QB, TOL.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Gross, D. - FS, NM.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Carlson, C. - QB, SJST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Allen, W. - DT, UTAH.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Cunningham, M. - QB, STAN.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Berry, M. - FS, SC.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Cox, J. - QB, MIZZOU.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Fleming, T. - FS, LALAF.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Rhodes, J. - QB, ARKST.

Game Recaps for Week 11

Wolverines - 28, Fighting Irish - 23
Black Knights - 31, Mean Green - 26
Rebels - 48, Cougars - 16
Minutemen - 17, Bulls - 12
Tigers - 37, Demon Deacons - 13
Eagles - 34, Yellow Jackets - 3
Panthers - 24, Blue Devils - 20
Hurricanes - 27, Tar Heels - 6
Owls - 28, Knights - 26
Pirates - 59, Midshipmen - 24
Cougars - 31, Mustangs - 15
Huskies - 34, Golden Hurricane - 23
Bearcats - 34, Green Wave - 30
Longhorns - 38, Sooners - 24
Bears - 34, Jayhawks - 10
Horned Frogs - 30, Cowboys - 26
Wildcats - 34, Red Raiders - 0
Cornhuskers - 35, Spartans - 30
Boilermakers - 30, Fighting Illini - 0
Golden Gophers - 31, Wildcats - 24
Hawkeyes - 42, Scarlet Knights - 16
Hilltoppers - 61, Dukes - 17
Owls - 26, Golden Eagles - 10
Golden Panthers - 34, Owls - 6
Monarchs - 40, Blue Raiders - 36
Huskies - 42, Eagles - 7
Falcons - 31, Cardinals - 6
Bobcats - 34, Chippewas - 21
Golden Flashes - 41, Broncos - 10
Falcons - 46, Broncos - 26
Spartans - 41, Aggies - 25
Cowboys - 31, Aztecs - 23
Bulldogs - 41, Rams - 13
Lobos - 34, Wolf Pack - 27
Cardinal - 72, Sun Devils - 38
Buffaloes - 20, Trojans - 10
Utes - 23, Beavers - 20
Gators - 37, Bulldogs - 23
Volunteers - 41, Tigers - 35
Gamecocks - 31, Rebels - 23
Trojans - 28, Vandals - 24
Eagles - 32, Mountaineers - 24
Red Wolves - 59, Aggies - 21
Ragin' Cajuns - 45, Panthers - 37
Cardinals - 33, Bulldogs - 23
Crimson Tide - 48, Badgers - 28
Tigers - 33, Hokies - 3
Rockets - 45, Tigers - 28
Bulldogs - 27, Wolfpack - 16
Golden Bears - 40, Zips - 14

Week 11: RB Ruben Hahn (TT) has suffered a major injury!

The Texas Tech Red Raiders' RB Ruben Hahn has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Bert Longo - WR

Greetings recruiting enthusiasts, welcome again to more detailed analysis in this new round of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. Here the analysis will concern Bert Longo, an accomplished WR, who played high school football at GROVES HIGH SCHOOL, GA. Longo is a 4 star player, and his overall ranking is 86. Longo is 5' 10" tall, weighs 174 pounds and is 18 years old. Here is our analysis:

He is driven by his love of the sport. Well liked in the locker room. When you watch him you rarely see him drop the ball. Has the ability to change direction fluidly, which will allow him to work will over the middle.

Bert Longo has a received a lot of attention from recruiters. Boston College Eagles, Tulane Green Wave, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Kent State Golden Flashes, Toledo Rockets, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers have all been in contact with Longo.

Longo has everyone guessing on where he will commit. This is a well kept secret, if even he knows himself.

Week 11 Recruiting Update

79 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 9.
4 star players committed this week: 34.
3 star players committed this week: 36.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Clinton Huddleston (a 5 star T from HUNTERS LANE COMPREHENSIVE HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 1) who committed to Maryland Terrapins.

Pac-12 was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 16.

Texas AM Aggies locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 5 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Keith Bohn - LB. He is ranked at 3

Total Recruits committed this season is 284.

Derrick Jaramillo - LB commits to Iowa Hawkeyes.

Derrick Jaramillo has committed to the Hawkeyes.
Jaramillo 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 LB from MCKAY HIGH SCHOOL.

Jaramillo was also pursued by Alabama Crimson Tide, Maryland Terrapins, Missouri Tigers, Colorado State Rams, Clemson Tigers, Utah Utes, Oregon State Beavers, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Nevada Wolf Pack, Lousiana State Tigers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Boise State Broncos, West Virginia Mountaineers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Louisville Cardinals, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Brigham Young Cougars, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, South Carolina Gamecocks, Wisconsin Badgers, Virginia Cavaliers, Kansas State Wildcats, Oklahoma Sooners, and Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.

Clinton Huddleston - T commits to Maryland Terrapins.

Clinton Huddleston has committed to the Terrapins.
Huddleston 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 T from HUNTERS LANE COMPREHENSIVE HIGH SCHOOL.

Huddleston was also pursued by Clemson Tigers, Alabama Crimson Tide, Florida Gators, Ohio State Buckeyes, West Virginia Mountaineers, Virginia Tech Hokies, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Wisconsin Badgers, Tennessee Volunteers, Lousiana State Tigers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Oklahoma Sooners, Vanderbilt Commodores, Missouri Tigers, Colorado State Rams, Louisville Cardinals, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, South Carolina Gamecocks, Utah Utes, Brigham Young Cougars, Navy Midshipmen, Nevada Wolf Pack, Oregon State Beavers, Kansas State Wildcats, Arizona State Sun Devils, Iowa Hawkeyes, Arkansas Razorbacks, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, and Boise State Broncos.

Kyle Narvaez - FS commits to Alabama Crimson Tide.

Kyle Narvaez has committed to the Crimson Tide.
Narvaez 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 FS from LOS GATOS HIGH.

Narvaez was also pursued by USC Trojans, Maryland Terrapins, Clemson Tigers, UCLA Bruins, West Virginia Mountaineers, Stanford Cardinal, Utah Utes, Louisville Cardinals, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Lousiana State Tigers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Fresno State Bulldogs, San Diego State Aztecs, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, Missouri Tigers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Colorado State Rams, Brigham Young Cougars, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, South Carolina Gamecocks, Wisconsin Badgers, California Golden Bears, Nevada Wolf Pack, Oregon State Beavers, Kansas State Wildcats, Arizona State Sun Devils, Iowa Hawkeyes, Oklahoma Sooners, and Boise State Broncos.

Jerome Kent - CB commits to Ohio State Buckeyes.

Jerome Kent has committed to the Buckeyes.
Kent 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 CB from A. CRAWFORD MOSLEY HIGH SCHOOL.

Kent was also pursued by Alabama Crimson Tide, Miami (FL) Hurricanes, Florida Gators, Florida State Seminoles, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Clemson Tigers, Colorado State Rams, Virginia Cavaliers, Central Florida Knights, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Wisconsin Badgers, Iowa Hawkeyes, Nevada Wolf Pack, Illinois Fighting Illini, Missouri Tigers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, West Virginia Mountaineers, Louisville Cardinals, Brigham Young Cougars, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, South Carolina Gamecocks, Utah Utes, Navy Midshipmen, Oregon State Beavers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Kansas State Wildcats, East Carolina Pirates, Oklahoma Sooners, Arkansas Razorbacks, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, and Boise State Broncos.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 11

Gains:
Syracuse Orange win against the Clemson Tigers : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Kansas Jayhawks played as equals to the West Virginia Mountaineers : Prestige bonus + 0.1
Texas San Antonio Roadrunners get surprise win against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Hawaii Rainbow Warriors get surprise win against the Boise State Broncos : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Colorado Buffaloes outlast the Utah Utes : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Troy Trojans get surprise win against the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Clemson Tigers could not beat the Syracuse Orange : Prestige loss - 0.2
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs disappointed against the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners : Prestige loss - 0.2
Boise State Broncos could not even win against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors : Prestige loss - 0.2
Utah Utes disappointed against the Colorado Buffaloes : Prestige loss - 0.2
Lousiana State Tigers was walked all over by the Texas AM Aggies : Prestige loss - 0.05
Louisiana Monroe Warhawks could not even win against the Troy Trojans : Prestige loss - 0.2

East Carolina Pirates take the prize.

East Carolina is the league leader in turnover differential. With their offense only turning the ball over 10 times (6 interceptions and 4 fumbles), while their defense has delivered 30 takeaways (11 interceptions and 19 fumbles recovered).
This gives them a turnover differential of +20.

Top 10 turnover differentials:
East Carolina Pirates: 20
Iowa State Cyclones: 20
Tulsa Golden Hurricane: 19
Utah State Aggies: 19
Arkansas State Red Wolves: 19
North Carolina State Wolfpack: 18
South Alabama Jaguars: 18
Oklahoma State Cowboys: 17
California Golden Bears: 17
West Virginia Mountaineers: 16

At the bottom of the league, we find Boston College Eagles, who clock in with an atrocious differential of -11.

East Carolina Pirates prestige bonus + 0.05

Colorado Buffaloes upset the Utah Utes!

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

Troy Trojans upset the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks!

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

Syracuse Orange surprise everyone!

The Syracuse Orange have managed an unlikely win against Clemson Tigers.
The Tigers appeared dejected towards the end of the game, while the Orange kept their cool and drove the victory home. Most pundits had expected the Tigers 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 Orange fans were celebrating in the street, having had their hopes for the future bolstered at least momentarily.

Texas San Antonio Roadrunners upset the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs!

The Texas San Antonio Roadrunners fans are celebrating after the Roadrunners took down the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs.
In a superb effort the Roadrunners kept at it, and brought home the win. The Bulldogs are widely considered to be the better of the two programs, but with the Roadrunners winning the fans are hoping that the Roadrunners will soon be able to dance with the big boys.

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors upset the Boise State Broncos!

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

Texas State Bobcats resigns Joseph Hitchcock as DefensiveCoordinator

The Bobcats have announced that they have given Joseph Hitchcock a new contract. Hitchcock will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 5 million per year.

Massachusetts Minutemen resigns Desmond Hunt as OffensiveCoordinator

The Minutemen have announced that they have given Desmond Hunt a new contract. Hunt will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 4.5 million per year.

Minnesota Golden Gophers resigns Jerry Cho as HeadCoach

The Golden Gophers have announced that they have given Jerry Cho a new contract. Cho will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 5 years earning 5.5 million per year.

Tulsa Golden Hurricane resigns Michael Woo as HeadCoach

The Golden Hurricane have announced that they have given Michael Woo a new contract. Woo will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 3 years earning 7 million per year.

no. 13 Martin jerseys sell out.

Fans just love Martin. The 21 year old K from New Mexico State Aggies is among the biggest driver of jersey sales on campus for many years.

New Mexico State Aggies prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 10: QB Wilson Burks (MIAOH) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Miami (OH) RedHawks quarterback Wilson Burks has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Mean Green defeated the Miami (OH) RedHawks, 49 to 46. Burks did his part, throwing 6 touchdowns, completing 31 of 48 passes for 459 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 32 to 14, and a passer rating of 140.1.

Miami (OH) RedHawks prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 10: SS Alvin Miller (TROY) wins Defensive Player of the Week

SS Alvin Miller of the Troy Trojans has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Miller finished with 10 Tck, 2 Sck.

Troy Trojans prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 10 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Walker, L. - CB, BST.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Muhammad, E. - QB, LVILLE.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Blanchette, H. - LB, CFL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Lewis, J. - QB, TULSA.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Hannon, A. - SS, TX.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Griffith, K. - QB, KANST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Richardson, G. - CB, MD.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Stinnett, M. - QB, WIS.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Gordon, J. - DE, FINT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Pipkin, G. - QB, WKY.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Giles, D. - LB, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Beach, C. - RB, ARMY.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Whitworth, L. - FS, KENT.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Burks, W. - QB, MIAOH.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Swanson, C. - LB, UTST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Pettit, R. - QB, AFA.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Freedman, G. - CB, COL.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Gomez, R. - QB, OR.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Pendergrass, S. - SS, TEXAM.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Francisco, T. - QB, ARK.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Miller, A. - SS, TROY.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Daniels, A. - RB, LAMON.

Game Recaps for Week 10

Cardinal - 35, Fighting Irish - 28
Black Knights - 31, Owls - 21
Aggies - 36, Cougars - 20
Falcons - 35, Minutemen - 31
Wolfpack - 35, Demon Deacons - 32
Eagles - 60, Cardinals - 27
Orange - 23, Tigers - 20
Seminoles - 34, Hurricanes - 7
Panthers - 32, Cavaliers - 6
Tar Heels - 27, Yellow Jackets - 17
Hokies - 45, Blue Devils - 3
Pirates - 46, Owls - 43
Knights - 17, Huskies - 10
Midshipmen - 31, Mustangs - 28
Tigers - 27, Bulls - 22
Golden Hurricane - 39, Bearcats - 29
Cougars - 52, Green Wave - 44
Bears - 40, Horned Frogs - 14
Longhorns - 47, Red Raiders - 3
Mountaineers - 16, Jayhawks - 14
Wildcats - 38, Cyclones - 35
Terrapins - 34, Wolverines - 13
Hoosiers - 34, Spartans - 20
Nittany Lions - 47, Scarlet Knights - 42
Badgers - 55, Fighting Illini - 0
Cornhuskers - 45, Wildcats - 24
Owls - 35, Dukes - 22
Hilltoppers - 35, Blue Raiders - 31
Golden Eagles - 27, Miners - 19
Golden Panthers - 25, Thundering Herd - 17
Roadrunners - 14, Bulldogs - 12
Cardinals - 23, Eagles - 3
Huskies - 19, Rockets - 16
Chippewas - 42, Zips - 20
Golden Flashes - 30, Bobcats - 26
Broncos - 39, Bulls - 7
Cowboys - 38, Falcons - 37
Rams - 34, Aztecs - 26
Bulldogs - 50, Wolf Pack - 40
Rainbow Warriors - 33, Broncos - 6
Golden Bears - 47, Ducks - 31
Bruins - 44, Cougars - 20
Huskies - 41, Sun Devils - 31
Buffaloes - 40, Utes - 17
Trojans - 44, Wildcats - 20
Aggies - 61, Tigers - 17
Tigers - 41, Rebels - 40
Bulldogs - 41, Wildcats - 24
Crimson Tide - 21, Gators - 13
Commodores - 37, Razorbacks - 30
Bulldogs - 37, Tigers - 19
Panthers - 30, Eagles - 22
Trojans - 45, Warhawks - 38
Vandals - 33, Ragin' Cajuns - 17
Bobcats - 35, Mountaineers - 25
Red Wolves - 37, Jaguars - 3
Aggies - 48, Boilermakers - 20
Mean Green - 49, RedHawks - 46
Gamecocks - 60, Monarchs - 27
Golden Gophers - 37, Spartans - 27

Week 10: LB Harry James (MIST) has suffered a major injury!

The Michigan State Spartans' LB Harry James has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 10: DT David Goddard (NMST) has suffered a major injury!

The New Mexico State Aggies' DT David Goddard has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Walter Tyree - G

Welcome football addicts. I am pleased to present to you another edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. For this installment, we look closer at Walter Tyree. Tyree is G, coming out of STAR CITY HIGH SCHOOL, AR. Tyree is a 4 star recruit, ranked 77. Tyree is 18 years old, weighs 294 pounds and is 6' 5" tall. Alright, let us get down to brass tax.

This kid is not afraid to work hard. Known for helping out teammates, if they hit a rough patch, whether it is on the field or in their personal lives. Here is a kid who will go through fire for his coaches and teammates. Sufficiently strong for college football. Driving up his value is his ability to block on run plays. Teams need kids who can hold their own. Plays with intelligence.

As one of the better G coming out of high school this year, it is no surprise that Walter Tyree has is being courted by several programs. Local news report that at least these teams have shown interest in bringing him into their program: Nebraska Cornhuskers, Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns, UCLA Bruins, Arkansas State Red Wolves, Duke Blue Devils, Kentucky Wildcats, Kansas State Wildcats, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Appalachian State Mountaineers.

The fans of Duke Blue Devils 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.

Week 10 Recruiting Update

59 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 4.
4 star players committed this week: 24.
3 star players committed this week: 31.
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 Roberto Yates (a 5 star QB from NORTH SHORE SENIOR HIGH ranked at 4) who committed to Florida Gators.

Pac-12 was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 17.

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

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Clinton Huddleston - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 205.

Kelly Johnson - DT commits to Maryland Terrapins.

Kelly Johnson has committed to the Terrapins.
Johnson 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 DT from C A BOUTON MIDDLE SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL.

Johnson was also pursued by Clemson Tigers, Alabama Crimson Tide, Ohio State Buckeyes, Missouri Tigers, Louisville Cardinals, South Carolina Gamecocks, Virginia Cavaliers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Wisconsin Badgers, Nevada Wolf Pack, West Virginia Mountaineers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Colorado State Rams, Navy Midshipmen, Utah Utes, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Kansas State Wildcats, Oregon State Beavers, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, Boise State Broncos, Lousiana State Tigers, Brigham Young Cougars, Oklahoma Sooners, Iowa Hawkeyes, and Arkansas Razorbacks.

Jason Smith - DE commits to Ohio State Buckeyes.

Jason Smith has committed to the Buckeyes.
Smith 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 SOUTH CALLAWAY HIGH.

Smith was also pursued by Clemson Tigers, Alabama Crimson Tide, Utah Utes, South Carolina Gamecocks, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, Brigham Young Cougars, Nevada Wolf Pack, Boise State Broncos, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, Missouri Tigers, West Virginia Mountaineers, Louisville Cardinals, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Colorado State Rams, Wisconsin Badgers, Oregon State Beavers, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Kansas State Wildcats, Lousiana State Tigers, Oklahoma Sooners, and Iowa Hawkeyes.

Roberto Yates - QB commits to Florida Gators.

Roberto Yates has committed to the Gators.
Yates 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 QB from NORTH SHORE SENIOR HIGH.

Yates was also pursued by Baylor Bears, Alabama Crimson Tide, Ohio State Buckeyes, Houston Cougars, Missouri Tigers, Louisville Cardinals, South Carolina Gamecocks, Texas Tech Red Raiders, Texas State Bobcats, Brigham Young Cougars, Nevada Wolf Pack, Texas Christian Horned Frogs, Arizona State Sun Devils, Texas Longhorns, Clemson Tigers, West Virginia Mountaineers, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Colorado State Rams, Utah Utes, James Madison Dukes, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Wisconsin Badgers, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, Oregon State Beavers, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, Boise State Broncos, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Kansas State Wildcats, Lousiana State Tigers, Texas AM Aggies, Oklahoma Sooners, Iowa Hawkeyes, and Arkansas Razorbacks.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 10

Gains:
Oklahoma State Cowboys put the hammer on Texas Longhorns : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Old Dominion Monarchs pull off a win against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Texas Longhorns were crushed by the Oklahoma State Cowboys : Prestige loss - 0.1
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs folded against the Old Dominion Monarchs : Prestige loss - 0.2

Changes:
Old Dominion Monarchs increase to 45 prestige.
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs decrease to 71 prestige.

Big 12 News: Oklahoma State Cowboys defense dominates!

The Cowboys' defense is stonewalling opponents this season. In 7 games they’ve surrendered only 2051 total yards and 94 points. Bryan Smith - LB is the anchor of the defense with 36 stops on the year. Could the Cowboys become a defining defense for the league?

Old Dominion Monarchs pull off the upset!

The Old Dominion Monarchs fans are celebrating after the Monarchs took down the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs.
In a superb effort the Monarchs kept at it, and brought home the win. The Bulldogs are widely considered to be the better of the two programs, but with the Monarchs winning the fans are hoping that the Monarchs will soon be able to dance with the big boys.

California Golden Bears resigns Dean Watson as OffensiveCoordinator

The Golden Bears have announced that they have given Dean Watson a new contract. Watson will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 3 years earning 3 million per year.

New Mexico Lobos resigns Jacob Whiting as HeadCoach

The Lobos have announced that they have given Jacob Whiting a new contract. Whiting will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 4 years earning 3 million per year.

Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders resigns Mark Koenig as OffensiveCoordinator

The Blue Raiders have announced that they have given Mark Koenig a new contract. Koenig will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 3 years earning 2.5 million per year.

Texas Longhorns resigns Richard Snyder as DefensiveCoordinator

The Longhorns have announced that they have given Richard Snyder a new contract. Snyder will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 3 years earning 4.5 million per year.

Syracuse Orange resigns Leonard Bond as DefensiveCoordinator

The Orange have announced that they have given Leonard Bond a new contract. Bond will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 5 years earning 3.5 million per year.

Week 9: QB Larry Dexter (MICH) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Michigan Wolverines quarterback Larry Dexter has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Wolverines defeated the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, 51 to 37. Dexter did his part, throwing 7 touchdowns, completing 20 of 32 passes for 423 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 20 to 9, and a passer rating of 133.1.

Michigan Wolverines prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 9: FS Chris Pruitt (NAVY) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS Chris Pruitt of the Navy Midshipmen has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Pruitt finished with 1 Tck, 3 Int, 2 Def TD.

Navy Midshipmen prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 9 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Guy, J. - FS, SYR.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Durden, J. - QB, DUK.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Pruitt, C. - FS, NAVY.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Lewis, J. - QB, TULSA.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: McCallister, M. - DE, TXCH.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Quintana, S. - QB, OKST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Griswold, E. - FS, PENNST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Dexter, L. - QB, MICH.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Montero, K. - LB, LAT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Pipkin, G. - QB, WKY.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Burrell, R. - DE, NTDM.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Brantley, B. - QB, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Mcvay, G. - FS, WMI.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Burks, W. - QB, MIAOH.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Hawes, K. - DE, NM.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Green, S. - QB, NM.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Simone, M. - CB, WASHST.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Whitfield, H. - QB, WASHST.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Oliver, G. - DE, ARK.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Warren, A. - QB, BAMA.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Olivares, M. - CB, LAMON.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Gibson, I. - QB, TROY.

Game Recaps for Week 9

Fighting Irish - 41, Midshipmen - 31
Zips - 34, Minutemen - 24
Seminoles - 20, Tigers - 19
Wolfpack - 48, Cardinals - 17
Orange - 44, Eagles - 21
Demon Deacons - 21, Panthers - 18
Yellow Jackets - 19, Hurricanes - 13
Hokies - 29, Cavaliers - 14
Blue Devils - 31, Tar Heels - 24
Owls - 27, Huskies - 23
Green Wave - 27, Bulls - 20
Knights - 27, Bearcats - 24
Cougars - 38, Pirates - 14
Golden Hurricane - 31, Tigers - 30
Bears - 28, Mountaineers - 21
Horned Frogs - 29, Red Raiders - 3
Cowboys - 48, Longhorns - 10
Cyclones - 52, Jayhawks - 22
Terrapins - 27, Spartans - 20
Hoosiers - 42, Buckeyes - 21
Wolverines - 51, Scarlet Knights - 37
Nittany Lions - 44, Fighting Illini - 10
Golden Gophers - 52, Cornhuskers - 17
Badgers - 38, Wildcats - 16
Hawkeyes - 49, Boilermakers - 28
Blue Raiders - 45, Dukes - 16
Hilltoppers - 34, Thundering Herd - 17
Roadrunners - 23, Golden Eagles - 21
Golden Panthers - 13, Miners - 9
Owls - 27, Owls - 19
Monarchs - 34, Bulldogs - 31
Eagles - 31, Rockets - 21
Chippewas - 33, Bulls - 30
Broncos - 23, Huskies - 20
RedHawks - 38, Cardinals - 13
Falcons - 27, Bobcats - 20
Broncos - 24, Aggies - 20
Lobos - 42, Cowboys - 9
Rams - 36, Rainbow Warriors - 17
Rebels - 54, Bulldogs - 41
Spartans - 42, Wolf Pack - 23
Cardinal - 41, Utes - 7
Golden Bears - 35, Huskies - 19
Cougars - 40, Wildcats - 24
Bruins - 37, Buffaloes - 17
Trojans - 47, Beavers - 33
Razorbacks - 32, Bulldogs - 0
Tigers - 46, Tigers - 3
Crimson Tide - 34, Rebels - 31
Commodores - 35, Wildcats - 30
Volunteers - 32, Gators - 14
Bulldogs - 36, Aggies - 20
Gamecocks - 27, Tigers - 22
Warhawks - 29, Bobcats - 14
Ragin' Cajuns - 30, Aggies - 10
Red Wolves - 34, Eagles - 27
Trojans - 52, Jaguars - 8
Panthers - 40, Mountaineers - 21
Wildcats - 27, Vandals - 3

Week 9: DE Stacy Merrell (CINCY) has suffered a major injury!

The Cincinnati Bearcats' DE Stacy Merrell has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 9: SS Francisco Sisson (FLST) has suffered a major injury!

The Florida State Seminoles' SS Francisco Sisson has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 9: DT Zachary Scribner (NAVY) has suffered a major injury!

The Navy Midshipmen' DT Zachary Scribner has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Von Jude - QB

Hey my companions in all things recruiting, happy you are here for a brand new edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this rendition, we will evaluate Von Jude. Jude is a talented QB, out of VA specifically, FRANKLIN COUNTY HIGH. Jude is ranked as a 4 star player, and 64 overall. Jude is 6' 4" tall, clocks in at 214 pounds and is 19 years old. This is what we know:

He understands playing offense at the college level. He is accurate enough to place the ball where the receiver can make the play.

The young Jude has his phone ringing off the hook. Von Jude recently told local news that the following teams have shown interest: Virginia Tech Hokies, North Carolina State Wolfpack, Georgia Bulldogs, Florida Gators, Boston College Eagles, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Virginia Cavaliers, Kentucky Wildcats, Ohio Bobcats.

No one knows where Von Jude will play next year. He has been mum on the subject - even with his close relatives.

Week 9 Recruiting Update

63 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 9.
4 star players committed this week: 32.
3 star players committed this week: 22.
2 star players committed this week: 0.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Robert Allen (a 5 star WR from CLARKSBURG HIGH ranked at 10) who committed to Maryland Terrapins.

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

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

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Clinton Huddleston - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 146.

Robert Allen - WR commits to Maryland Terrapins.

Robert Allen has committed to the Terrapins.
Allen 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 WR from CLARKSBURG HIGH.

Allen was also pursued by Alabama Crimson Tide, Ohio State Buckeyes, West Virginia Mountaineers, Missouri Tigers, Wisconsin Badgers, Navy Midshipmen, Iowa Hawkeyes, Oregon State Beavers, Boise State Broncos, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Nevada Wolf Pack, Louisville Cardinals, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Oklahoma Sooners, Brigham Young Cougars, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, Kansas State Wildcats, South Carolina Gamecocks, Utah Utes, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Arkansas Razorbacks, and Lousiana State Tigers.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 9

Gains:
Massachusetts Minutemen kept scoring points against the Florida International Golden Panthers : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Iowa State Cyclones outlast the Oklahoma Sooners : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Indiana Hoosiers lit up the scoreboard against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights : Prestige bonus + 0.05
New Mexico Lobos upset the San Diego State Aztecs : Prestige bonus + 0.2
South Alabama Jaguars beat the Idaho Vandals : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Florida International Golden Panthers was walked all over by the Massachusetts Minutemen : Prestige loss - 0.1
Oklahoma Sooners could not even win against the Iowa State Cyclones : Prestige loss - 0.2
Rutgers Scarlet Knights got trambled by the Indiana Hoosiers : Prestige loss - 0.1
San Diego State Aztecs disappointed against the New Mexico Lobos : Prestige loss - 0.2
Idaho Vandals surprisingly lost to the South Alabama Jaguars : Prestige loss - 0.2

Changes:
New Mexico Lobos increase to 41 prestige.

Sun Belt News: Top receiver trio?

The Panthers trio of Daniel Reynoso - WR, Thomas Callender - WR and Kenneth Jones - WR are currently the leading trio of pass catchers in the league, with 20 receiving touchdowns between the three.

Iowa State Cyclones pull off the upset!

The Iowa State Cyclones fans are celebrating after the Cyclones took down the Oklahoma Sooners.
In a fantastic effort the Cyclones brought home the win against a superior opponent. The supporters of the Cyclones 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.

New Mexico Lobos pull off the upset!

With an outstanding effort the New Mexico Lobos pull off the upset against San Diego State Aztecs.
Everyone had expected the San Diego State Aztecs to handle the New Mexico Lobos with ease, but the Lobos just wanted it more. This was really a must win game for the Aztecs, and the loss will surely put a dent in their confidence.

South Alabama Jaguars upset the Idaho Vandals!

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

Texas State Bobcats resigns Ryan Peter as OffensiveCoordinator

The Bobcats have announced that they have given Ryan Peter a new contract. Peter will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 3 years earning 5 million per year.

Colorado Buffaloes resigns Chet Clay as OffensiveCoordinator

The Buffaloes have announced that they have given Chet Clay a new contract. Clay will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 2.5 million per year.

Northwestern Wildcats resigns Clyde Turner as DefensiveCoordinator

The Wildcats have announced that they have given Clyde Turner a new contract. Turner will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 2 million per year.

Iowa Hawkeyes resigns Austin Pace as HeadCoach

The Hawkeyes have announced that they have given Austin Pace a new contract. Pace will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 5 years earning 8 million per year.

Michigan State Spartans resigns Alejandro Sterling as DefensiveCoordinator

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

Oklahoma State Cowboys resigns Jerry Ortiz as HeadCoach

The Cowboys have announced that they have given Jerry Ortiz a new contract. Ortiz will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 4 years earning 7 million per year.

Texas Christian Horned Frogs resigns Grady Slayton as DefensiveCoordinator

The Horned Frogs have announced that they have given Grady Slayton a new contract. Slayton will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 7 years earning 5.5 million per year.

Cincinnati Bearcats resigns Daniel Bolling as DefensiveCoordinator

The Bearcats have announced that they have given Daniel Bolling a new contract. Bolling will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 5 years earning 6.5 million per year.

Clemson Tigers resigns Edward Schulz as HeadCoach

The Tigers have announced that they have given Edward Schulz a new contract. Schulz will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 4 years earning 5 million per year.

Week 8: QB Derrick Brown (CINCY) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Cincinnati Bearcats quarterback Derrick Brown has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Bearcats defeated the East Carolina Pirates, 45 to 42. Brown did his part, throwing 2 touchdowns, completing 38 of 65 passes for 521 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 16 to 5, and a passer rating of 122.7.

Cincinnati Bearcats prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 8: CB Roland Glaser (IAST) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Roland Glaser of the Iowa State Cyclones has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Glaser finished with 5 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD.

Iowa State Cyclones prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 8 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Batts, P. - DT, WFST.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Willis, D. - QB, WFST.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Otis, L. - CB, TUL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Brown, D. - QB, CINCY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Glaser, R. - CB, IAST.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Griffith, K. - QB, KANST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Robertson, T. - FS, IOWA.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Brannon, L. - QB, NEB.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Pierre, C. - FS, RICE.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Mcdermott, J. - WR, LAT.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Andrade, C. - CB, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Seal, T. - QB, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Venegas, W. - DE, TOL.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Villanueva, O. - QB, KENT.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Hughes, R. - DE, NM.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Carlson, C. - QB, SJST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Kovach, D. - LB, COL.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Love, S. - WR, COL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Trask, C. - LB, VAND.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Zielinski, R. - QB, SC.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Lucas, G. - LB, SAL.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Rhodes, J. - QB, ARKST.

Game Recaps for Week 8

Cougars - 31, Utes - 27
Minutemen - 51, Golden Panthers - 14
Demon Deacons - 55, Cardinals - 48
Orange - 41, Seminoles - 23
Wolfpack - 35, Eagles - 32
Tigers - 30, Yellow Jackets - 27
Hurricanes - 30, Hokies - 12
Cavaliers - 31, Blue Devils - 23
Bearcats - 45, Pirates - 42
Huskies - 22, Tigers - 18
Bulls - 24, Knights - 22
Owls - 38, Mustangs - 26
Cougars - 38, Golden Hurricane - 24
Green Wave - 26, Midshipmen - 10
Bears - 26, Cowboys - 21
Jayhawks - 23, Red Raiders - 3
Horned Frogs - 32, Mountaineers - 29
Wildcats - 37, Longhorns - 34
Cyclones - 58, Sooners - 52
Spartans - 48, Buckeyes - 21
Terrapins - 31, Nittany Lions - 6
Hoosiers - 51, Scarlet Knights - 10
Golden Gophers - 34, Fighting Illini - 0
Badgers - 58, Wolverines - 10
Cornhuskers - 34, Boilermakers - 31
Hawkeyes - 34, Wildcats - 13
Dukes - 37, Thundering Herd - 17
Blue Raiders - 43, Miners - 16
Monarchs - 37, Golden Eagles - 7
Roadrunners - 28, Owls - 10
Bulldogs - 52, Mean Green - 19
Broncos - 19, Cardinals - 7
Rockets - 37, Zips - 14
Chippewas - 31, Huskies - 3
Bobcats - 42, RedHawks - 20
Falcons - 36, Golden Flashes - 34
Broncos - 44, Cowboys - 20
Lobos - 26, Aztecs - 19
Aggies - 41, Rams - 34
Spartans - 64, Bulldogs - 58
Rebels - 36, Wolf Pack - 17
Ducks - 30, Huskies - 15
Cardinal - 23, Cougars - 15
Golden Bears - 56, Beavers - 24
Buffaloes - 40, Wildcats - 38
Bruins - 52, Trojans - 47
Crimson Tide - 66, Tigers - 0
Razorbacks - 52, Rebels - 20
Tigers - 34, Bulldogs - 0
Aggies - 24, Wildcats - 14
Volunteers - 41, Gamecocks - 36
Commodores - 54, Bulldogs - 23
Bobcats - 51, Aggies - 7
Jaguars - 34, Vandals - 32
Ragin' Cajuns - 42, Mountaineers - 16
Warhawks - 45, Eagles - 7
Red Wolves - 43, Trojans - 27

Week 8: WR Benny Boren (USC) has suffered a major injury!

The USC Trojans' WR Benny Boren has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Sean Wilson - RB

Greetings recruiting enthusiasts, prepare for the newest installment of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this edition, I look at Sean Wilson, an accomplished RB, out of EL CAJON VALLEY HIGH, CA. His ranking of 60 nationally, makes him a 4 star recruit. Wilson is 5' 10" tall, clocks in at 193 pounds and is 18 years old. This is what we know:

When you watch him, you are struck by how smoothly he moves. Fast enough that you want to keep him from reaching the second level. Do not tackle this guy high, he will run right over you.

His high school confirmed that USC Trojans, Stanford Cardinal, California Golden Bears, Fresno State Bulldogs, San Diego State Aztecs, UCLA Bruins, have all been in contact with his coaches, asking about him.

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

Week 8 Recruiting Update

40 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 8.
4 star players committed this week: 13.
3 star players committed this week: 18.
2 star players committed this week: 1.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Mike Mcneill (a 5 star DE from MCCLAIN HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 13) who committed to Louisville Cardinals.

Southeastern was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 7.

Baylor Bears locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 3 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Clinton Huddleston - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 83.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 8

Gains:
Kansas Jayhawks did good against the Texas Christian Horned Frogs : Prestige bonus + 0.1
New Mexico Lobos beat the Colorado State Rams : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Air Force Falcons beat the Nevada Wolf Pack : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Air Force Falcons kept scoring points against the Nevada Wolf Pack : Prestige bonus + 0.25
UNLV Rebels vastly outscored the San Diego State Aztecs : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Georgia Southern Eagles win against the Idaho Vandals : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Georgia Southern Eagles kept scoring points against the Idaho Vandals : Prestige bonus + 0.15
Troy Trojans blew out the Appalachian State Mountaineers : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
Colorado State Rams could not even win against the New Mexico Lobos : Prestige loss - 0.2
Nevada Wolf Pack could not even win against the Air Force Falcons : Prestige loss - 0.2
Nevada Wolf Pack got humiliated by the Air Force Falcons : Prestige loss - 0.3
San Diego State Aztecs were crushed by the UNLV Rebels : Prestige loss - 0.1
Idaho Vandals folded against the Georgia Southern Eagles : Prestige loss - 0.2
Idaho Vandals was walked all over by the Georgia Southern Eagles : Prestige loss - 0.2
Appalachian State Mountaineers were no match for the Troy Trojans : Prestige loss - 0.1

Changes:
Nevada Wolf Pack decrease to 72 prestige.
Air Force Falcons increase to 44 prestige.
Georgia Southern Eagles increase to 37 prestige.
Idaho Vandals decrease to 62 prestige.

League News: Utah Utes: A no Pass Zone.

Utes pass defense this year has been lights-out this season, giving up only 770 in 4 games. Said one member of the defensive backfield, ‘We’re so good, our opponent’s wives come to watch US play’.

New Mexico Lobos upset the Colorado State Rams!

The New Mexico Lobos have managed an unlikely win against Colorado State Rams.
The Rams appeared dejected towards the end of the game, while the Lobos kept their cool and drove the victory home. Most pundits had expected the Rams 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 Lobos fans were celebrating in the street, having had their hopes for the future bolstered at least momentarily.

Air Force Falcons surprise everyone!

The Air Force Falcons fans are celebrating after the Falcons took down the Nevada Wolf Pack.
In a superb effort the Falcons kept at it, and brought home the win. The Wolf Pack are widely considered to be the better of the two programs, but with the Falcons winning the fans are hoping that the Falcons will soon be able to dance with the big boys.

Georgia Southern Eagles upset the Idaho Vandals!

The Georgia Southern Eagles have managed an unlikely win against Idaho Vandals.
The Vandals appeared dejected towards the end of the game, while the Eagles kept their cool and drove the victory home. Most pundits had expected the Vandals 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 Eagles fans were celebrating in the street, having had their hopes for the future bolstered at least momentarily.

Texas State Bobcats resigns James Nichols as HeadCoach

The Bobcats have announced that they have given James Nichols a new contract. Nichols will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 5 years earning 4 million per year.

Colorado Buffaloes resigns Bobbie Parks as HeadCoach

The Buffaloes have announced that they have given Bobbie Parks a new contract. Parks will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 3 years earning 5 million per year.

California Golden Bears resigns Justin Lightfoot as HeadCoach

The Golden Bears have announced that they have given Justin Lightfoot a new contract. Lightfoot will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 5 years earning 7 million per year.

Central Michigan Chippewas resigns Alphonso Boyle as HeadCoach

The Chippewas have announced that they have given Alphonso Boyle a new contract. Boyle will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 5 years earning 2.5 million per year.

Florida International Golden Panthers resigns Mark Barnhart as HeadCoach

The Golden Panthers have announced that they have given Mark Barnhart a new contract. Barnhart will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 2 years earning 3.5 million per year.

Iowa State Cyclones fire Randy Norman!

The Iowa State Cyclones have announced that Randy Norman will no longer be their Head Coach. Instead they have hired Cliff Perez as an interim replacement to see out the season. Everyone knew the season was lost at this point, but the Iowa State Cyclones apparently wanted to get a head start on changing the atmosphere.

Cincinnati Bearcats resigns Sean Garrison as HeadCoach

The Bearcats have announced that they have given Sean Garrison a new contract. Garrison will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 4 years earning 7.5 million per year.

Pittsburgh Panthers resigns Stuart Raney as HeadCoach

The Panthers have announced that they have given Stuart Raney a new contract. Raney will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 4 years earning 5 million per year.

Bulldogs becoming the Justice Show?

According to rumors out of the Bulldogs locker room Brian Justice - QB is demanding a lot from his teammates. Said one anonymous coach: 'Apparently, he thinks it is an honor to play with him, and that everyone should be grateful that he is around. Obviously, not everyone feels the same way'.

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs prestige penalty - 0.05

Week 7: WR Charles Cope (TROY) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Cope's 6 rec, 223 yds, 4 TD effort led the way for the Troy Trojans. This weeks 223 receiving yards bring his season total to 534 yards with 7 touchdowns on the season.

"To Charles, football is about winning and nothing else. He is one of the hardest workers on our team and deserves the attention he is getting from the media and fans." - Trojans Coach

Troy Trojans prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 7: DE John Newman (GT) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE John Newman of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Newman finished with 4 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Sfty.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 7 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Newman, J. - DE, GT.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Mcdougal, R. - QB, GT.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Carmichael, E. - FS, SFL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Brown, D. - QB, CINCY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Johnson, L. - DE, WVA.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Berg, L. - QB, IAST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Edwards, R. - FS, MIST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Mcafee, W. - QB, PENNST.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Wortham, M. - DT, MT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Howland, F. - WR, UTEP.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Flannery, D. - SS, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Brantley, B. - QB, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Davidson, J. - LB, OH.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: O'Shea, T. - QB, TOL.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Ray, B. - CB, NM.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Pettit, R. - QB, AFA.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Emanuel, M. - CB, ARIZ.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Gomez, R. - QB, OR.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Avila, F. - LB, AUB.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Hamilton, F. - WR, BAMA.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Torres, M. - SS, GASO.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Cope, C. - WR, TROY.

Game Recaps for Week 7

Spartans - 35, Fighting Irish - 30
Minutemen - 34, Cougars - 16
Seminoles - 42, Cardinals - 34
Demon Deacons - 41, Eagles - 38
Tigers - 41, Wolfpack - 23
Yellow Jackets - 49, Blue Devils - 28
Tar Heels - 26, Panthers - 18
Hurricanes - 37, Cavaliers - 17
Hokies - 27, Orange - 17
Bearcats - 52, Owls - 34
Huskies - 23, Midshipmen - 20
Bulls - 38, Pirates - 27
Cougars - 23, Tigers - 19
Knights - 38, Mustangs - 6
Bears - 33, Longhorns - 23
Cowboys - 58, Red Raiders - 0
Mountaineers - 45, Cyclones - 34
Horned Frogs - 34, Jayhawks - 33
Wildcats - 35, Sooners - 31
Nittany Lions - 54, Buckeyes - 44
Wolverines - 27, Hoosiers - 20
Terrapins - 26, Golden Gophers - 3
Hawkeyes - 21, Cornhuskers - 3
Badgers - 35, Boilermakers - 14
Roadrunners - 20, Thundering Herd - 17
Bulldogs - 45, Miners - 20
Dukes - 45, Monarchs - 31
Blue Raiders - 26, Owls - 19
Golden Eagles - 38, Mean Green - 33
Golden Panthers - 21, Owls - 12
Broncos - 17, Eagles - 10
Rockets - 47, RedHawks - 27
Chippewas - 13, Cardinals - 6
Falcons - 23, Zips - 10
Bobcats - 26, Huskies - 20
Broncos - 31, Spartans - 21
Lobos - 33, Rams - 16
Aggies - 40, Cowboys - 24
Falcons - 55, Wolf Pack - 17
Rebels - 63, Aztecs - 10
Beavers - 29, Cougars - 23
Ducks - 51, Sun Devils - 45
Cardinal - 24, Huskies - 16
Wildcats - 29, Bruins - 17
Golden Bears - 57, Buffaloes - 31
Razorbacks - 30, Tigers - 7
Tigers - 45, Aggies - 35
Crimson Tide - 36, Bulldogs - 0
Gators - 30, Wildcats - 27
Gamecocks - 36, Commodores - 14
Volunteers - 34, Bulldogs - 14
Bobcats - 45, Ragin' Cajuns - 30
Warhawks - 31, Panthers - 27
Aggies - 53, Jaguars - 14
Eagles - 44, Vandals - 3
Trojans - 41, Mountaineers - 3

Week 7: FS Jesus Fite (LAMON) has suffered a major injury!

The Louisiana Monroe Warhawks' FS Jesus Fite has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Week 7: T Frank Swope (TXCH) has suffered a major injury!

The Texas Christian Horned Frogs' T Frank Swope has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 7: C Charles Vance (WYO) has suffered a major injury!

The Wyoming Cowboys' C Charles Vance has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Bryan Grenier - G

Greetings fans of all things recruiting, are you ready for another round of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis? For this installment, I review Bryan Grenier. Grenier is G, coming out of DENBIGH HIGH, VA. Grenier is a 4 star recruit, ranked 50. He is 6' 5" tall, weighs 300 pounds and is 18 years old. Without further ado, the scout report:

Good strength gives him a foundation to build on. Run blocking is very different when facing high school kids than the bigger and stronger kids in college. This kid has the skills to do the latter. A really smart kid.

A long list of teams have Bryan Grenier on their radar. While hard to verify, the list appears to include at least these programs: Florida Gators, Boston College Eagles, Virginia Tech Hokies, Virginia Cavaliers, Southern Methodist Mustangs, Troy Trojans, Northwestern Wildcats.

The Virginia Cavaliers 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.

Week 7 Recruiting Update

14 players committed this week.

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

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Daniel Denham (a 5 star QB from LINDEN HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 12) who committed to Ohio State Buckeyes.

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

Miami (FL) Hurricanes locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 2 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Clinton Huddleston - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 43.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 7

Gains:
Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles outlast the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Kent State Golden Flashes put the hammer on Akron Zips : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Troy Trojans played with authority against the Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns : Prestige bonus + 0.15

Losses:
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs surprisingly lost to the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles : Prestige loss - 0.2
Eastern Michigan Eagles were no match for the Ohio Bobcats : Prestige loss - 0.05
Akron Zips was walked all over by the Kent State Golden Flashes : Prestige loss - 0.1
Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns were blown out by the Troy Trojans : Prestige loss - 0.2

Changes:
Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles increase to 40 prestige.

Conference USA News: Texas San Antonio Roadrunners defense dominates!

The Roadrunners' defense is stonewalling opponents this season. In 4 games they’ve surrendered only 1029 total yards and 59 points. Ronald McCray - CB is the skipper of the defense with 14 take downs on the year. Could the Roadrunners become a defining defense for the league?

Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles take home the upset victory!

With an outstanding performance the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles pull off the upset against Louisiana Tech Bulldogs.
Everyone had expected the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs to get an easy win at home against the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles. The Golden Eagles however, thought differently. Blowing a must win game will surely put a dent in the Bulldogs confidence.

Week 6: QB Jim Mclaughlin (MIST) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Michigan State Spartans' Jim Mclaughlin threw 6 touchdowns, completing 37 of 49 passes for 482 yards in the Spartans victory over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.

After being signed in 2045, season number 1 for Mclaughlin, has seen some impressive numbers including 18 touchdown passes this season.

Michigan State Spartans prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 6: CB Michael Park (BALL) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Michael Park of the Ball State Cardinals has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Park finished with 10 Tck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR.

Ball State Cardinals prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 6 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Aldridge, W. - FS, VA.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Muhammad, E. - QB, LVILLE.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Thorp, A. - SS, NAVY.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Lewis, J. - QB, TULSA.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Lima, D. - FS, OK.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Brinkley, C. - QB, TX.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Shaw, F. - DE, NWST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Mclaughlin, J. - QB, MIST.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Ferris, B. - FS, SMISS.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Finney, B. - QB, NTX.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Dayton, D. - CB, BYU.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Seal, T. - QB, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Park, M. - CB, BALL.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Cope, L. - RB, OH.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Maple, C. - LB, SJST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Bronson, S. - WR, AFA.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Rowland, R. - LB, ARIZ.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Keyes, A. - QB, CAL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Robey, C. - DE, BAMA.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Warren, A. - QB, BAMA.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Smith, D. - CB, GASO.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Gibson, I. - QB, TROY.

Game Recaps for Week 6

Black Knights - 30, Demon Deacons - 22
Cougars - 42, Bruins - 31
Panthers - 38, Cardinals - 35
Seminoles - 33, Wolfpack - 25
Tigers - 34, Eagles - 24
Orange - 19, Cavaliers - 7
Yellow Jackets - 27, Hokies - 21
Hurricanes - 34, Blue Devils - 24
Midshipmen - 50, Bearcats - 20
Pirates - 34, Green Wave - 31
Huskies - 29, Bulls - 18
Cougars - 52, Owls - 16
Golden Hurricane - 29, Knights - 28
Bears - 58, Red Raiders - 3
Longhorns - 35, Mountaineers - 31
Horned Frogs - 34, Cyclones - 14
Sooners - 40, Jayhawks - 20
Cowboys - 52, Wildcats - 17
Buckeyes - 30, Fighting Illini - 27
Spartans - 49, Scarlet Knights - 36
Wolverines - 30, Nittany Lions - 23
Terrapins - 41, Cornhuskers - 13
Golden Gophers - 33, Hoosiers - 25
Hawkeyes - 27, Badgers - 17
Wildcats - 30, Boilermakers - 13
Blue Raiders - 30, Thundering Herd - 24
Golden Eagles - 28, Bulldogs - 24
Dukes - 26, Golden Panthers - 24
Hilltoppers - 31, Owls - 28
Owls - 35, Miners - 25
Mean Green - 36, Monarchs - 33
RedHawks - 34, Broncos - 6
Cardinals - 26, Bulls - 3
Rockets - 34, Chippewas - 0
Bobcats - 47, Eagles - 7
Huskies - 30, Falcons - 27
Golden Flashes - 41, Zips - 3
Rams - 33, Broncos - 16
Rainbow Warriors - 42, Aggies - 36
Spartans - 55, Lobos - 31
Cowboys - 30, Bulldogs - 10
Falcons - 44, Rebels - 37
Wolf Pack - 23, Aztecs - 9
Huskies - 19, Beavers - 13
Cougars - 28, Utes - 7
Wildcats - 37, Ducks - 3
Golden Bears - 44, Cardinal - 20
Trojans - 42, Sun Devils - 35
Gators - 59, Tigers - 13
Crimson Tide - 44, Gamecocks - 41
Tigers - 34, Razorbacks - 7
Aggies - 25, Bulldogs - 24
Rebels - 45, Volunteers - 10
Bulldogs - 31, Wildcats - 27
Commodores - 36, Tigers - 23
Panthers - 45, Bobcats - 38
Aggies - 20, Eagles - 17
Warhawks - 63, Jaguars - 6
Trojans - 52, Ragin' Cajuns - 14
Mountaineers - 37, Red Wolves - 13

Week 6: DT Michael Hammer (FLST) has suffered a major injury!

The Florida State Seminoles' DT Michael Hammer has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Week 6: CB Eddie Roberts (OR) has suffered a major injury!

The Oregon Ducks' CB Eddie Roberts has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Thomas Johnson - WR

Greetings recruiting news addicts, I am excited to give you more Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this issue of Recruiting Watch, the analysis will concern Thomas Johnson. Johnson is an accomplished WR, out of SANGER HIGH, CA. Johnson is a 5 star player, ranked 33. He is 19 years old, weighs 164 pounds and is 5' 8" tall. Alright! Moving on to the interesting parts.

This is a kid who will catch the ball in double coverage with both hands tied on his back. Add more speed to the offense. Why would you not? Quickly discerns the field, and where to go to to make a play.

A lot of teams are vying for a commitment from the young WR. The number of teams that have approached Thomas Johnson is not insignificant. Combining multiple media reports, the list of teams that have been in contact include at least the following: Oregon Ducks, USC Trojans, Stanford Cardinal, California Golden Bears, Fresno State Bulldogs, San Diego State Aztecs, UCLA Bruins, Minnesota Golden Gophers.

I am told that Johnson unofficially told one of his former coaches, that he is leaning toward committing to USC Trojans.

Week 6 Recruiting Update

11 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 4.
3 star players committed this week: 7.
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 Charles Johnson (a 4 star DE from KEYSTONE HEIGHTS JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH ranked at 168) who committed to Miami (FL) Hurricanes.

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

Auburn Tigers locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 3 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Clinton Huddleston - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 29.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 6

Gains:
Air Force Falcons pull off a win against the Colorado State Rams : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Colorado Buffaloes vastly outscored the Washington Huskies : Prestige bonus + 0.15
Georgia Southern Eagles was not outmatched by the Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns : Prestige bonus + 0.1
Georgia State Panthers vastly outscored the Idaho Vandals : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
Colorado State Rams disappointed against the Air Force Falcons : Prestige loss - 0.2
Washington Huskies were blown out by the Colorado Buffaloes : Prestige loss - 0.2
Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns played poorly against the Georgia Southern Eagles : Prestige loss - 0.2
Idaho Vandals were blown out by the Georgia State Panthers : Prestige loss - 0.1

Pac-12 News: UCLA Bruins defense dominates!

The Bruins' defense is stonewalling opponents this season. In 4 games they’ve given up only 1136 total yards and 63 points. Francis Jacobson - CB is the skipper of the defense with 24 tackles on the year. Could the Bruins become a defining defense for the league?

Air Force Falcons take home the upset victory!

The Air Force Falcons fans are celebrating after the Falcons took down the Colorado State Rams.
In a fantastic effort the Falcons brought home the win against a superior opponent. The supporters of the Falcons 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.

Week 5: QB Robert Pettit (AFA) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Air Force Falcons' Robert Pettit threw 5 touchdowns, completing 25 of 39 passes for 543 yards in the Falcons victory over the Colorado State Rams.

After being signed in 2043, season number 3 for Pettit, has seen some impressive numbers including 11 touchdown passes this season.

Air Force Falcons prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 5: CB Thomas Carmona (GASO) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Carmona's ball hawking ability was on display in the Ragin' Cajuns 38-35 game with the Georgia Southern Eagles. He finished with 7 Tck, 4 Int, 2 Def TD.

"Thomas has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Eagles Defensive Coordinator

Georgia Southern Eagles prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 5 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Worsham, W. - CB, BST.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Chau, W. - WR, LVILLE.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Valenzuela, J. - CB, TUL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Nicholas, D. - QB, TEMP.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Isbell, H. - CB, WVA.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Gomez, J. - QB, TXCH.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Edwards, R. - FS, MIST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Hurt, L. - QB, OHST.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Stokes, J. - DE, RICE.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Cobb, D. - QB, RICE.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Dowdy, M. - FS, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Fields, S. - WR, MASS.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Hayes, G. - DT, BUF.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Burks, W. - QB, MIAOH.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Gordon, M. - CB, FRES.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Pettit, R. - QB, AFA.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Wilson, W. - DE, COL.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Arsenault, A. - QB, COL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Moulton, K. - FS, VAND.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Cox, J. - QB, MIZZOU.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Carmona, T. - CB, GASO.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Gibson, I. - QB, TROY.

Game Recaps for Week 5

Fighting Irish - 24, Eagles - 21
Owls - 49, Black Knights - 27
Broncos - 29, Cougars - 7
Orange - 38, Cardinals - 22
Demon Deacons - 37, Hokies - 31
Seminoles - 44, Blue Devils - 10
Tigers - 27, Hurricanes - 24
Yellow Jackets - 28, Panthers - 21
Wolfpack - 35, Cavaliers - 17
Bearcats - 41, Bulls - 22
Huskies - 47, Pirates - 24
Cougars - 22, Knights - 0
Tigers - 40, Midshipmen - 24
Green Wave - 37, Mustangs - 34
Bears - 34, Cyclones - 10
Sooners - 52, Red Raiders - 6
Mountaineers - 37, Wildcats - 34
Horned Frogs - 43, Longhorns - 33
Buckeyes - 44, Scarlet Knights - 36
Nittany Lions - 52, Hawkeyes - 37
Spartans - 44, Wolverines - 10
Terrapins - 33, Hoosiers - 10
Golden Gophers - 27, Boilermakers - 24
Cornhuskers - 16, Badgers - 6
Thundering Herd - 40, Miners - 6
Bulldogs - 25, Hilltoppers - 24
Owls - 49, Dukes - 29
Blue Raiders - 38, Golden Eagles - 27
Mean Green - 41, Owls - 34
Golden Panthers - 41, Monarchs - 12
Chippewas - 22, Broncos - 10
Rockets - 44, Cardinals - 6
Falcons - 33, Eagles - 17
Huskies - 45, Golden Flashes - 17
RedHawks - 44, Zips - 19
Bulls - 24, Bobcats - 23
Aggies - 27, Lobos - 14
Falcons - 45, Rams - 42
Rebels - 58, Cowboys - 20
Spartans - 45, Aztecs - 10
Bulldogs - 52, Rainbow Warriors - 16
Beavers - 40, Wildcats - 23
Golden Bears - 31, Cougars - 28
Cardinal - 41, Ducks - 6
Buffaloes - 58, Huskies - 17
Bruins - 21, Sun Devils - 10
Trojans - 40, Utes - 14
Rebels - 32, Tigers - 29
Crimson Tide - 44, Aggies - 14
Razorbacks - 38, Bulldogs - 27
Commodores - 34, Bulldogs - 14
Gamecocks - 38, Wildcats - 34
Gators - 34, Tigers - 26
Tigers - 10, Volunteers - 6
Bobcats - 58, Jaguars - 14
Trojans - 35, Aggies - 25
Warhawks - 38, Mountaineers - 3
Ragin' Cajuns - 38, Eagles - 35
Panthers - 63, Vandals - 13
Roadrunners - 31, Red Wolves - 17
Minutemen - 23, Tar Heels - 21

Week 5: WR Christopher Mancini (COL) has suffered a major injury!

The Colorado Buffaloes' WR Christopher Mancini has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 5: LB Jeremy Maynard (VA) has suffered a major injury!

The Virginia Cavaliers' LB Jeremy Maynard has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Paul Mendez - FS

Greetings my fellow football fans, welcome indeed to the next installment of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this edition, I evaluate Paul Mendez, a talented FS, out of YSLETA HS, TX. Mendez is a 5 star recruit, and his overall ranking is 27. He is 6' 1" tall, weighs 186 pounds and is 18 years old. Alright, let us get down to business!

The guy has gets along with everyone. Tackles well.

Teams are competing for the signature of the promising FS. It is going to be a hard decision to make, when the list of teams includes Paul Mendez.

Persons close to Mendez think he will likely commit to the Baylor Bears.

Week 5 Recruiting Update

9 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 5.
3 star players committed this week: 4.
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 Conrad Estrada (a 4 star LB from WEST MONROE HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 216) who committed to Louisiana Tech Bulldogs.

Southeastern was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 3.

Auburn Tigers locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 2 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Clinton Huddleston - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 18.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 5

Gains:
New Mexico Lobos upset the Boise State Broncos : Prestige bonus + 0.3
Fresno State Bulldogs played with authority against the San Diego State Aztecs : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Hawaii Rainbow Warriors beat the Nevada Wolf Pack : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Boise State Broncos disappointed against the New Mexico Lobos : Prestige loss - 0.4
San Diego State Aztecs were blown out by the Fresno State Bulldogs : Prestige loss - 0.1
Nevada Wolf Pack could not beat the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors : Prestige loss - 0.2

Mid-American News: Big boys shows the way for the Cardinals.

The big boys from Cardinals are dirt rolling defenders this year. They’ve given up only 2 sacks in 4 games while collecting 164 pancakes.

New Mexico Lobos pull off the upset!

With an outstanding performance the New Mexico Lobos pull off the upset against Boise State Broncos.
Everyone had expected the Boise State Broncos to get an easy win at home against the New Mexico Lobos. The Lobos however, thought differently. Blowing a must win game will surely put a dent in the Broncos confidence.

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors pull off the upset!

The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors surprises everyone with an unlikely road win against Nevada Wolf Pack.
The Wolf Pack never manage to take control of the game, while the Rainbow Warriors kept grinding and drove the victory home. The Wolf Pack players had expected an easy victory, and this will be a bitter loss and a tough blow to the self-respect of the program. Meanwhile the Rainbow Warriors fans are ecstatic and are already entertaining thoughts about a cinderella future.

Week 4: QB Lincoln Berg (IAST) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Iowa State Cyclones' Lincoln Berg threw 7 touchdowns, completing 22 of 38 passes for 568 yards in the Longhorns victory over the Iowa State Cyclones.

After being signed in 2043, season number 3 for Berg, has seen some impressive numbers including 13 touchdown passes this season.

Iowa State Cyclones prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 4: CB Elbert Duran (IND) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Duran's ball hawking ability was on display in the Hoosiers 33-7 game with the Penn State Nittany Lions. He finished with 11 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD.

"Elbert has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Hoosiers Defensive Coordinator

Indiana Hoosiers prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 4 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Batiste, S. - CB, VA.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Conrad, W. - QB, FLST.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Gage, J. - DT, HOU.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Brown, D. - QB, CINCY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Hannon, A. - SS, TX.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Berg, L. - QB, IAST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Duran, E. - CB, IND.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Ash, J. - QB, IOWA.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Grubbs, R. - DE, TXSA.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Finney, B. - QB, NTX.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Billiot, J. - LB, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Cox, M. - QB, MASS.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Schott, J. - DE, TOL.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Burks, W. - QB, MIAOH.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Moore, J. - FS, UNLV.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Carlson, C. - QB, SJST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Brown, D. - FS, ORST.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Arsenault, A. - QB, COL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Culver, M. - CB, UF.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Metz, K. - QB, MSST.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Williams, R. - LB, TEXST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Reynoso, D. - WR, GAST.

Game Recaps for Week 4

Blue Devils - 37, Black Knights - 20
Wildcats - 12, Cougars - 0
Minutemen - 34, Eagles - 14
Tigers - 58, Cardinals - 31
Seminoles - 38, Demon Deacons - 23
Wolfpack - 37, Orange - 7
Cavaliers - 33, Yellow Jackets - 28
Panthers - 34, Hurricanes - 17
Tar Heels - 27, Hokies - 24
Bearcats - 31, Huskies - 17
Pirates - 41, Knights - 11
Owls - 17, Bulls - 14
Cougars - 37, Midshipmen - 19
Tigers - 43, Mustangs - 9
Green Wave - 38, Golden Hurricane - 21
Bears - 34, Wildcats - 27
Mountaineers - 37, Red Raiders - 16
Sooners - 25, Horned Frogs - 22
Longhorns - 57, Cyclones - 54
Cowboys - 37, Jayhawks - 3
Terrapins - 94, Buckeyes - 6
Hoosiers - 33, Nittany Lions - 7
Spartans - 50, Boilermakers - 19
Wolverines - 40, Wildcats - 23
Badgers - 30, Scarlet Knights - 20
Hawkeyes - 48, Golden Gophers - 24
Cornhuskers - 43, Fighting Illini - 6
Thundering Herd - 41, Owls - 6
Bulldogs - 42, Dukes - 20
Golden Panthers - 27, Blue Raiders - 17
Hilltoppers - 35, Golden Eagles - 27
Roadrunners - 28, Miners - 12
Mean Green - 30, Owls - 23
Rockets - 14, Broncos - 13
Cardinals - 27, Huskies - 20
Chippewas - 29, Eagles - 16
RedHawks - 38, Falcons - 10
Bobcats - 41, Zips - 21
Bulls - 41, Golden Flashes - 31
Lobos - 17, Broncos - 10
Falcons - 30, Aggies - 22
Rams - 28, Cowboys - 16
Rebels - 65, Spartans - 41
Bulldogs - 51, Aztecs - 7
Rainbow Warriors - 42, Wolf Pack - 19
Cardinal - 35, Beavers - 21
Cougars - 30, Ducks - 19
Bruins - 42, Huskies - 13
Golden Bears - 43, Trojans - 31
Buffaloes - 44, Sun Devils - 32
Bulldogs - 54, Tigers - 21
Crimson Tide - 34, Razorbacks - 30
Tigers - 43, Tigers - 41
Aggies - 41, Rebels - 8
Wildcats - 37, Volunteers - 17
Gators - 33, Commodores - 24
Gamecocks - 45, Bulldogs - 10
Bobcats - 40, Trojans - 24
Panthers - 31, Aggies - 21
Ragin' Cajuns - 32, Warhawks - 31
Eagles - 16, Jaguars - 11
Red Wolves - 19, Vandals - 0

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis

Good day football fanatics. I here bring you another part of the Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. As always, in these early season installments of Recruiting Watch, you get report cards on two of the five star prospects. OK, let us get down to business!

Jose Strauss - CB:
Jose Strauss is a talented CB, out of RICHMOND COMMUNITY HIGH, VA. His ranking of 15 nationally, makes him a 5 star player. Strauss is 6' 1" tall, clocks in at 187 pounds and is 18 years old.

This is a kid who really contributes to the team spirit and the social cohesiveness on the team. Rarely lets receivers get separation. Has nice speed. will be fun to watch. Solid tackler.

A hot prospect, and a star coming out of high school, Jose Strauss has plenty of suitors. His high school gave the following list of who had officially contacted them: Ohio State Buckeyes, Maryland Terrapins, Missouri Tigers, West Virginia Mountaineers, Virginia Tech Hokies, Virginia Cavaliers, South Carolina Gamecocks, Brigham Young Cougars, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Wisconsin Badgers, Oklahoma Sooners.

The Ohio State Buckeyes should be a good bet to get him. But the thing about bets is: they are just bets. There is only one person who currently knows where he is going, and he has not announced any decision yet.

Robert Munn - DT:
Robert Munn is an accomplished DT, out of AK specifically, HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL. Munn is a 5 star player, ranked 17. Munn is 6' 2" tall, clocks in at 299 pounds and is 18 years old.

He is fundamentally a good kid. You rarely see him commit stupid penalties. He takes care of his teammates. Most everyone who ever played with him, counts him as their friend. His love for winning leads him to push himself hard, setting an example for everyone. He has sufficient strength to not get bullied on run plays.

The following teams are rumored to be chasing the promising DT: Alabama Crimson Tide, Maryland Terrapins, Colorado State Rams, Missouri Tigers, West Virginia Mountaineers, Louisville Cardinals, Oregon State Beavers, Brigham Young Cougars, Iowa Hawkeyes. Clearly, Robert Munn has plenty of options to mull over.

The fans of Missouri Tigers are surely hoping rumours are true, that their team is his favorite destination.

Week 4 Recruiting Update

5 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 1.
3 star players committed this week: 4.
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 Dwayne Callaghan (a 4 star LB from COUNTRYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 199) who committed to Miami (FL) Hurricanes.

Atlantic Coast was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 2.

Miami (FL) Hurricanes locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 1 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Clinton Huddleston - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 9.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 4

Gains:
Army Black Knights get surprise win against the Oregon Ducks : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Colorado Buffaloes beat the Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Texas San Antonio Roadrunners upset the Cincinnati Bearcats : Prestige bonus + 0.3
Texas San Antonio Roadrunners lit up the scoreboard against the Cincinnati Bearcats : Prestige bonus + 0.25

Losses:
Oregon Ducks could not even win against the Army Black Knights : Prestige loss - 0.2
Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns could not even win against the Colorado Buffaloes : Prestige loss - 0.2
Cincinnati Bearcats folded against the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners : Prestige loss - 0.4
Cincinnati Bearcats were no match for the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners : Prestige loss - 0.3
Lousiana State Tigers were blown out by the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets : Prestige loss - 0.05

Changes:
Texas San Antonio Roadrunners increase to 38 prestige.
Cincinnati Bearcats decrease to 75 prestige.
Lousiana State Tigers decrease to 70 prestige.

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

Having this amount of scholarships is a blessing but also poses a risk. Given the competition in Atlantic Coast, the North Carolina State Wolfpack cannot afford to draw many blanks, and the question is if they will be able to get a quality player for every open scholarship. For the record, the team in the Atlantic Coast with the least scholarships to offer this season is Virginia Cavaliers with 15 open slots.

Army Black Knights upset the Oregon Ducks!

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

Colorado Buffaloes Catch the Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns by surprise!

The Colorado Buffaloes surprises everyone with an unlikely road win against Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns.
The Ragin' Cajuns never manage to take control of the game, while the Buffaloes kept grinding and drove the victory home. The Ragin' Cajuns players had expected an easy victory, and this will be a bitter loss and a tough blow to the self-respect of the program. Meanwhile the Buffaloes fans are ecstatic and are already entertaining thoughts about a cinderella future.

Texas San Antonio Roadrunners pull off the upset!

The Texas San Antonio Roadrunners have managed an unlikely win against Cincinnati Bearcats.
The Bearcats appeared dejected towards the end of the game, while the Roadrunners kept their cool and drove the victory home. Most pundits had expected the Bearcats 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 Roadrunners fans were celebrating in the street, having had their hopes for the future bolstered at least momentarily.

Week 3: QB Ricky Nestor (UNLV) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced UNLV Rebels quarterback Ricky Nestor has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Rebels defeated the Arizona Wildcats, 62 to 43. Nestor did his part, throwing 6 touchdowns, completing 17 of 26 passes for 421 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 13 to 2, and a passer rating of 258.8.

UNLV Rebels prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 3: FS Francis Flanders (MINN) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS Flanders's ball hawking ability was on display in the Golden Gophers 53-23 game with the East Carolina Pirates. He finished with 3 Tck, 2 Int, 2 Def TD.

"Francis has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Golden Gophers Defensive Coordinator

Minnesota Golden Gophers prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 3 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Romero, A. - DE, DUK.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Muhammad, E. - QB, LVILLE.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Vines, A. - FS, TUL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Lewis, J. - QB, TULSA.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Garcia, D. - FS, OKST.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Mayes, O. - QB, OK.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Flanders, F. - FS, MINN.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Mclaughlin, J. - QB, MIST.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Carson, J. - DE, NTX.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Finney, B. - QB, NTX.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Lopez, C. - FS, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Paterson, M. - QB, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Rivera, M. - FS, CMI.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Burks, W. - QB, MIAOH.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Oliver, C. - FS, COLST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Nestor, R. - QB, UNLV.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Melton, H. - DE, CAL.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Beyer, W. - QB, USC.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Moulton, K. - FS, VAND.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Cox, J. - QB, MIZZOU.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Billingsley, D. - DE, NMST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Jones, K. - WR, GAST.

Game Recaps for Week 3

Boilermakers - 31, Fighting Irish - 24
Bulldogs - 48, Seminoles - 41
Tigers - 42, Rockets - 3
Panthers - 38, Broncos - 3
Cougars - 70, Golden Eagles - 14
Longhorns - 52, Owls - 17
Cornhuskers - 27, Bruins - 16
Aggies - 22, Miners - 11
Eagles - 34, Dukes - 30
Falcons - 48, Bulls - 17
Rams - 24, Blue Raiders - 21
Midshipmen - 33, Aztecs - 23
Bears - 58, Wolf Pack - 17
Rebels - 62, Wildcats - 43
Black Knights - 33, Ducks - 17
Hurricanes - 48, Trojans - 35
Crimson Tide - 45, Hokies - 17
Tigers - 37, Orange - 7
Buffaloes - 48, Ragin' Cajuns - 31
Bulls - 31, Buckeyes - 26
Green Wave - 41, Sun Devils - 35
Roadrunners - 55, Bearcats - 16
Commodores - 31, Minutemen - 30
Warhawks - 37, Knights - 16
Wolfpack - 23, Volunteers - 17
Tar Heels - 27, Rainbow Warriors - 10
Cowboys - 34, Owls - 17
Cardinals - 37, Mountaineers - 27
Cowboys - 39, Hoosiers - 25
Spartans - 38, Cougars - 27
Badgers - 30, Golden Flashes - 10
Golden Gophers - 53, Pirates - 23
Aggies - 35, Hilltoppers - 30
Cardinals - 41, Sooners - 34
Blue Devils - 49, Zips - 21
Gamecocks - 49, RedHawks - 31
Huskies - 42, Panthers - 28
Bulldogs - 14, Beavers - 7
Mountaineers - 20, Thundering Herd - 17
Vandals - 15, Eagles - 10
Golden Hurricane - 27, Jayhawks - 20
Rebels - 35, Aggies - 22
Scarlet Knights - 54, Gators - 31
Red Raiders - 16, Trojans - 9
Fighting Illini - 35, Mustangs - 30
Tigers - 31, Bobcats - 20
Yellow Jackets - 64, Tigers - 3
Wildcats - 27, Tigers - 20
Monarchs - 41, Broncos - 26
Horned Frogs - 30, Huskies - 7
Cougars - 57, Chippewas - 17
Mean Green - 34, Cavaliers - 17
Wildcats - 42, Cyclones - 17
Lobos - 24, Golden Panthers - 10
Bobcats - 31, Razorbacks - 17
Golden Bears - 30, Huskies - 27

Week 3: G David Weaver (TT) has suffered a major injury!

The Texas Tech Red Raiders' G David Weaver has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 3: DT Noe Mercado (NEB) has suffered a major injury!

The Nebraska Cornhuskers' DT Noe Mercado has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 3: T Vance Harman (WMI) has suffered a major injury!

The Western Michigan Broncos' T Vance Harman has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 3: G Chester Flanders (AFA) has suffered a major injury!

The Air Force Falcons' G Chester Flanders has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis

Good day recruiting fanatics, to a brand new edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. As you may know, in these early season installments of Recruiting Watch, you get report cards on two of the five star recruits. Alright! Let us get to it.

Jerome Kent - CB:
Jerome Kent is a CB, graduating from A. CRAWFORD MOSLEY HIGH SCHOOL, FL. His ranking of 9 nationally, makes him a 5 star recruit. He is 6' 0" tall, weighs 181 pounds and is 18 years old.

Consistent tackler.

Jerome Kent has a received a lot of attention from recruiters. Alabama Crimson Tide, Ohio State Buckeyes, Colorado State Rams, Florida State Seminoles, Miami (FL) Hurricanes, West Virginia Mountaineers, Louisville Cardinals, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Brigham Young Cougars, Central Florida Knights, Nevada Wolf Pack, Iowa Hawkeyes have all been in contact with Kent.

Jerome Kent is surrounded by a wall of silence as to where he might go. No rumours. No indications. It is an enigma.

Kelly Johnson - DT:
Kelly Johnson is a blooming DT, who played high school football at C A BOUTON MIDDLE SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL, NY. Johnson is a 5 star player, ranked 7. He weighs in at 312 pounds, is 6' 4" tall, at the age of 18.

Teammates look to him for leadership, and he consistently delivers. Here you have a kid who puts in the work to succeed. 'Team player', this is the correct term for him. He makes everyone around him better. Sufficiently strong to bull rush. Not the strongest, but strong enough to stay on his feet against inside runs. Makes good tackles.

A lot of teams are vying for a commitment from the young DT. The number of teams that have approached Kelly Johnson is not insignificant. Combining multiple media reports, the list of teams that have been in contact include at least the following: Clemson Tigers, Alabama Crimson Tide, Ohio State Buckeyes, Maryland Terrapins, Colorado State Rams, Utah Utes, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Oregon State Beavers, Navy Midshipmen, Brigham Young Cougars, Iowa Hawkeyes, Kansas State Wildcats, Oklahoma Sooners.

Johnson has everyone guessing on where he will commit. This is a well kept secret, if even he knows himself.

Week 3 Recruiting Update

4 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 0.
3 star players committed this week: 4.
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 Otha Mann (a 3 star DT from PAUL S. BLANDFORD HIGH SCHOOL ANNEX ranked at 312) who committed to Virginia Cavaliers.

Atlantic Coast was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 2.

Clemson Tigers locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 1 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Clinton Huddleston - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 4.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 3

Gains:
Alabama Crimson Tide blew out the Clemson Tigers : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Vanderbilt Commodores put the hammer on Michigan State Spartans : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
Clemson Tigers were blown out by the Alabama Crimson Tide : Prestige loss - 0.1
Idaho Vandals got humiliated by the Utah Utes : Prestige loss - 0.05
Michigan State Spartans were blown out by the Vanderbilt Commodores : Prestige loss - 0.1

Big Ten Recruiting News: Purdue Boilermakers to bring in tons of talent.

The team in the Big Ten with the second most free scholarships this season is Maryland Terrapins with 3. Surely they will put extra pressure on the Purdue Boilermakers competing for their recruits. For the record, the team in the Big Ten with the least scholarships to offer this season is Northwestern Wildcats with 22 open slots.

Ripley becoming a distraction.

An anonymous player in the Blue Devils' locker room has indicated that coaches are worried as the behavior of Joel Ripley - CB becomes more and more of a distraction. Said one coach: 'He needs to get his ducks in a row, and fast!'.

Duke Blue Devils prestige penalty - 0.05

Week 2: QB Mervin Davis (GAST) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Georgia State Panthers quarterback Mervin Davis has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Panthers defeated the Kentucky Wildcats, 60 to 38. Davis did his part, throwing 5 touchdowns, completing 21 of 30 passes for 586 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 9 to 1, and a passer rating of 242.0.

Georgia State Panthers prestige bonus + 0.05
Georgia State Panthers increase to 49 prestige.

Week 2: CB Luke Otis (TUL) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Otis's ball hawking ability was on display in the Badgers 35-20 game with the Tulane Green Wave. He finished with 4 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR.

"Luke has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Green Wave Defensive Coordinator

Tulane Green Wave prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 2 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Loya, C. - CB, LVILLE.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Wilson, R. - QB, SYR.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Otis, L. - CB, TUL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Lewis, J. - QB, TULSA.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Cherry, D. - CB, TX.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Goldberg, A. - RB, BAY.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Wenger, I. - DE, PUR.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Howes, H. - QB, PUR.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Gordon, J. - DE, FINT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Christenson, B. - WR, NTX.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Small, J. - FS, NTDM.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Townes, L. - WR, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Faulkner, A. - CB, KENT.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Andrews, C. - QB, BALL.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Schulz, S. - LB, HAW.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Rico, R. - QB, FRES.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Holland, M. - LB, CAL.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Benson, C. - QB, CAL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Matlock, D. - SS, BAMA.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Zielinski, R. - QB, SC.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Brubaker, D. - DT, GAST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Davis, M. - QB, GAST.

Game Recaps for Week 2

Midshipmen - 44, Falcons - 24
Bruins - 23, Seminoles - 13
Crimson Tide - 48, Tigers - 7
Cardinals - 52, Volunteers - 42
Wildcats - 28, Eagles - 21
Panthers - 26, Hawkeyes - 13
Cougars - 52, Fighting Irish - 21
Bears - 44, Hokies - 20
Longhorns - 37, Tar Heels - 3
Gamecocks - 56, Buckeyes - 27
Cornhuskers - 30, Buffaloes - 17
Bulldogs - 28, Falcons - 21
Black Knights - 21, Miners - 7
Cowboys - 38, Dukes - 19
Rams - 31, Ducks - 21
Hilltoppers - 27, Aztecs - 17
Rebels - 49, Sun Devils - 20
Terrapins - 33, Trojans - 0
Utes - 53, Vandals - 10
Tigers - 30, Mean Green - 24
Razorbacks - 31, Red Wolves - 16
Minutemen - 20, Trojans - 14
Golden Hurricane - 38, RedHawks - 9
Bearcats - 44, Hoosiers - 26
Tigers - 38, Fighting Illini - 30
Thundering Herd - 15, Cougars - 14
Huskies - 23, Broncos - 20
Golden Flashes - 26, Wolf Pack - 24
Bulldogs - 34, Aggies - 27
Golden Bears - 37, Knights - 27
Beavers - 34, Owls - 17
Panthers - 60, Wildcats - 38
Golden Gophers - 38, Demon Deacons - 30
Cardinals - 34, Yellow Jackets - 24
Rainbow Warriors - 19, Blue Devils - 16
Pirates - 52, Golden Eagles - 14
Cougars - 41, Cyclones - 17
Scarlet Knights - 35, Aggies - 28
Aggies - 34, Rockets - 13
Wildcats - 34, Eagles - 10
Nittany Lions - 22, Cardinal - 9
Orange - 42, Rebels - 34
Bobcats - 45, Blue Raiders - 42
Cavaliers - 44, Jaguars - 16
Badgers - 35, Green Wave - 20
Broncos - 24, Mustangs - 19
Bulls - 34, Bobcats - 27
Jayhawks - 24, Wolfpack - 16
Commodores - 65, Spartans - 27
Boilermakers - 38, Tigers - 24
Golden Panthers - 34, Mountaineers - 24
Warhawks - 20, Tigers - 10
Wolverines - 38, Mountaineers - 13
Huskies - 22, Huskies - 14

Week 2: FS Ruben Jones (SMISS) has suffered a major injury!

The Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles' FS Ruben Jones has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 2: DT Darren Burns (COLST) has suffered a major injury!

The Colorado State Rams' DT Darren Burns has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 2: CB Charles Prather (CFL) has suffered a major injury!

The Central Florida Knights' CB Charles Prather has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Week 2: DT George Rapp (UNLV) has suffered a major injury!

The UNLV Rebels' DT George Rapp has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis

Hello football supporters, to another round of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. As always, when we are this early in the season, we cover two of the highly ranked recruits. OK, let us get down to business!

Clinton Huddleston - T:
Clinton Huddleston is a talented T, and star of the HUNTERS LANE COMPREHENSIVE HIGH SCHOOL (TN) football program. Huddleston is ranked as a 5 star recruit, and 1 overall. He is 6' 4" tall, weighs 295 pounds and is 19 years old.

Every team values leadership, someone to lead by example, this is the guy. This kid is not afraid to work hard. He helps everyone get in the right position, making the team run as a well oiled machine. This is a young man who, in terms of strength, can go toe to toe with the biggest defensive linemen. He comes of the line with power and leverage on run plays. This is something that scouts notice. Good pass blockers are hard to find right out of high school, and this guy is pretty good.

The young Huddleston has his phone ringing off the hook. Clinton Huddleston recently told local news that the following teams have shown interest: Missouri Tigers, Colorado State Rams, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Utah Utes, West Virginia Mountaineers, South Carolina Gamecocks, Clemson Tigers, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Tennessee Volunteers, Oregon State Beavers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Lousiana State Tigers, Kansas State Wildcats, Arkansas Razorbacks, Alabama Crimson Tide.

Persons acquainted with him say that Huddleston likely will commit to the Oregon State Beavers. But whether that knowledge is reliable is hard to tell.

Keith Bohn - LB:
Keith Bohn is a young LB, who played high school football at LINDSAY SENIOR HIGH, CA. His ranking of 3 nationally, makes him a 5 star player. He is 19 years old, weighs 218 pounds and is 6' 2" tall.

This is the kind of kid you want to promote the game. Well behaved, loves the game, and respectful. He takes care of his teammates. Most everyone who ever played with him, counts him as their friend. This guy sticks with his teammates, through thick and thin. Finishes tackles well. The muscles on this kid allows him to shed blocks and keep contain. You better have some athletic offensive linemen if you hope to block this kid. Lightning fast first step and amazing closing speed. he will be a terror for Quarterbacks.

According to multiple sources, teams that have contacted Bohn include: USC Trojans, Missouri Tigers, Colorado State Rams, Stanford Cardinal, Utah Utes, West Virginia Mountaineers, South Carolina Gamecocks, Clemson Tigers, California Golden Bears, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Louisville Cardinals, Arizona State Sun Devils, Fresno State Bulldogs, San Diego State Aztecs.

The fans of Colorado State Rams are ecstatic about a rumor that Keith Bohn is coming to their program.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 2

Gains:
Auburn Tigers lit up the scoreboard against the Ohio State Buckeyes : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Texas San Antonio Roadrunners get surprise win against the Fresno State Bulldogs : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Ohio State Buckeyes was walked all over by the Auburn Tigers : Prestige loss - 0.1
Texas Tech Red Raiders got trambled by the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers : Prestige loss - 0.05
Fresno State Bulldogs folded against the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners : Prestige loss - 0.2

Southeastern Recruiting News: Kentucky stacked with scholarships!

Having this amount of scholarships is a blessing but also poses a risk. Given the competition in Southeastern, the Kentucky Wildcats cannot afford to draw many blanks, and the question is if they will be able to get a quality player for every open scholarship. For the record, the team in the Southeastern with the least scholarships to offer this season is Georgia Bulldogs with 19 open slots.

Texas San Antonio Roadrunners upset the Fresno State Bulldogs!

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

Landry media buzz

A flurry of media appearances by Richard Landry have blanketed the airwaves recently. TN just loves to read about and watch TN. Fans are excited not just to see him play, but also to follow his media persona. Not surprisingly, the media are milking this for every drop they can get, riding the hype for clicks and mentions. With his sudden boost in media presence, Richard Landry is surely going to figure in future marketing efforts by the Commodores.

Vanderbilt Commodores prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 1: QB Earl Muhammad (LVILLE) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Louisville Cardinals quarterback Earl Muhammad has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Cardinals defeated the San Diego State Aztecs, 47 to 20. Muhammad did his part, throwing 6 touchdowns, completing 13 of 17 passes for 339 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 6 to 0, and a passer rating of 360.4.

Louisville Cardinals prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 1: FS Gerardo Miller (KY) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS Miller's ball hawking ability was on display in the Wildcats 34-25 game with the Wyoming Cowboys. He finished with 5 Tck, 1 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD.

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

Kentucky Wildcats prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 1 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Graves, E. - LB, VT.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Muhammad, E. - QB, LVILLE.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Gordon, W. - CB, HOU.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Tyson, B. - WR, TEMP.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Gregory, E. - CB, OK.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Mayes, O. - QB, OK.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Mims, D. - CB, WIS.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Linares, W. - WR, RUT.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Liu, M. - LB, TXSA.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Jaramillo, G. - RB, WKY.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Dyer, T. - SS, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Brantley, B. - QB, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Meier, M. - CB, WMI.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Locklear, G. - QB, CMI.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Martins, D. - CB, HAW.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Green, S. - QB, NM.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Cosgrove, V. - CB, UTAH.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Gomez, R. - QB, OR.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Miller, G. - FS, KY.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Metz, K. - QB, MSST.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Ramirez, J. - DE, IDAHO.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Garris, K. - QB, IDAHO.

Game Recaps for Week 1

Black Knights - 25, Falcons - 14
Bearcats - 31, RedHawks - 20
Lobos - 44, Aggies - 37
Utes - 38, Aggies - 9
Huskies - 41, Eagles - 28
Fighting Irish - 30, Cornhuskers - 14
Gators - 54, Dukes - 13
Tigers - 61, Tigers - 3
Seminoles - 31, Knights - 23
Cardinals - 47, Aztecs - 20
Wolfpack - 53, Pirates - 23
Golden Gophers - 24, Panthers - 22
Cougars - 40, Cardinals - 6
Bears - 54, Rebels - 29
Longhorns - 35, Red Wolves - 25
Tigers - 68, Buckeyes - 16
Nittany Lions - 19, Jayhawks - 10
Bulldogs - 17, Eagles - 14
Minutemen - 44, Miners - 10
Bulls - 24, Orange - 21
Rams - 45, Sun Devils - 24
Ducks - 45, Wolf Pack - 37
Rebels - 54, Mountaineers - 20
Crimson Tide - 41, Trojans - 26
Volunteers - 40, Blue Raiders - 17
Ragin' Cajuns - 34, Rainbow Warriors - 7
Bobcats - 27, Broncos - 24
Commodores - 37, Trojans - 20
Aggies - 55, Cougars - 24
Cowboys - 38, Cavaliers - 13
Hokies - 37, Huskies - 10
Badgers - 36, Tigers - 13
Scarlet Knights - 44, Mustangs - 10
Wildcats - 38, Falcons - 26
Monarchs - 38, Beavers - 31
Broncos - 20, Mountaineers - 14
Hawkeyes - 31, Bobcats - 17
Spartans - 45, Rockets - 31
Cougars - 27, Bulls - 24
Tigers - 34, Blue Devils - 28
Wildcats - 34, Cowboys - 25
Hurricanes - 29, Owls - 14
Horned Frogs - 45, Golden Eagles - 10
Panthers - 37, Wildcats - 26
Sooners - 45, Bulldogs - 27
Hilltoppers - 44, Red Raiders - 7
Warhawks - 34, Wolverines - 14
Owls - 38, Owls - 11
Eagles - 30, Golden Panthers - 24
Razorbacks - 31, Fighting Illini - 24
Roadrunners - 34, Bulldogs - 14
Terrapins - 36, Golden Bears - 24
Boilermakers - 24, Tar Heels - 17
Vandals - 57, Cyclones - 31
Chippewas - 44, Demon Deacons - 27
Green Wave - 27, Cardinal - 7
Bulldogs - 61, Jaguars - 7

Week 1: WR James Jaeger (NC) has suffered a major injury!

The North Carolina Tar Heels' WR James Jaeger has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 1: G Joseph Mesa (TX) has suffered a major injury!

The Texas Longhorns' G Joseph Mesa has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Georgia State Panthers fans are excited.

News from the camp of Georgia State Panthers has it that Pierce, D. - DT has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Pierce was expected to be great, when he was ranked 544 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp Update

Steadman, J. - G, who was supposed to be a key player for the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks has far from impressed anyone this spring. Rather than providing a spark on the field, Steadman has looked confused and seems to have trouble adapting to the college game.

Appalachian State Mountaineers fans are excited.

News from the camp of Appalachian State Mountaineers has it that Chapman, M. - TE has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Chapman was expected to be great, when he was ranked 2080 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Future star for Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns

Marquis, T. - CB from Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns 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 Marquis has made.

Training Camp News

Barker, J. - P from Georgia Southern 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.

Training Camp News

Ogden, S. - DE from Georgia Southern 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.

Can Tan even start?

It looks like the Florida Gators came away with a dud when they recruited Tan, M. - RB 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.

Training Camp highlights

It looks like Lousiana State Tigers hit the jackpot when they recruited Eaton, J. - G this year. Eaton has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Training Camp News

Lopez, R. - RB from Mississippi Rebels 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

Anderson, M. - FS from Mississippi State Bulldogs 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 USC Trojans hit the jackpot when they recruited Neill, P. - QB this year. Neill has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Training Camp highlights

It looks like UCLA Bruins hit the jackpot when they recruited Balderas, M. - DT this year. Balderas has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Future star for California Golden Bears

Gibbs, B. - C from California Golden Bears 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 Gibbs has made.

Disappointement for Nevada Wolf Pack

News from the camp of the Nevada Wolf Pack has it that Moses, J. - RB has been a huge disappointment. Moses is far from living up to his lofty five star rating.

Future star for Nevada Wolf Pack

Strand, C. - WR from Nevada Wolf Pack 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 Strand has made.

Training Camp News

According to local news, Savage, W. - FS from the San Diego State Aztecs has had a horrible training camp. Reports suggest the five star recruiting ranking of Savage 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 highlights

It looks like Wyoming Cowboys hit the jackpot when they recruited Rupert, J. - DE this year. Rupert has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Air Force Falcons fans are excited.

News from the camp of Air Force Falcons has it that Marcus, R. - WR has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Marcus was expected to be great, when he was ranked 1360 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp News

Stauffer, H. - LB from Boise State Broncos 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.

Can Adair even start?

It looks like the Colorado State Rams came away with a dud when they recruited Adair, K. - SS 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.

Disappointement for Boise State Broncos

News from the camp of the Boise State Broncos has it that Palmer, E. - SS has been a huge disappointment. Palmer is far from living up to his lofty five star rating.

Training Camp News

Hargis, J. - K 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

Abernathy, M. - DT from Ohio Bobcats 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 Central Michigan Chippewas hit the jackpot when they recruited Patton, J. - G this year. Patton has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Texas San Antonio Roadrunners fans are excited.

News from the camp of Texas San Antonio Roadrunners has it that Burgos, E. - QB has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Burgos was expected to be great, when he was ranked 1012 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Rice Owls fans are excited.

News from the camp of Rice Owls has it that Yeager, J. - T has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Yeager was expected to be great, when he was ranked 810 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp News

Burris, G. - T from Louisiana Tech Bulldogs 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 Northwestern Wildcats hit the jackpot when they recruited Henry, L. - WR this year. Henry 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 Fairbanks, B. - DT has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Fairbanks was expected to be great, when he was ranked 1286 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp News

Jameson, E. - CB from Maryland Terrapins 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.

Disappointement for Maryland Terrapins

News from the camp of the Maryland Terrapins has it that Blackwell, M. - T has been a huge disappointment. Blackwell is far from living up to his lofty five star rating.

Michigan State Spartans fans are excited.

News from the camp of Michigan State Spartans has it that Hoffman, L. - WR has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Hoffman was expected to be great, when he was ranked 311 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp News

Muller, L. - WR from Ohio State Buckeyes 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

Wesley, R. - T from Iowa State Cyclones 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 Update

Rosa, M. - CB, who was supposed to be a key player for the West Virginia Mountaineers has far from impressed anyone this spring. Rather than providing a spark on the field, Rosa has looked confused and seems to have trouble adapting to the college game.

Houston Cougars fans are excited.

News from the camp of Houston Cougars has it that Gordon, W. - CB has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Gordon was expected to be great, when he was ranked 242 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

East Carolina Pirates fans are excited.

News from the camp of East Carolina Pirates has it that Bauer, D. - WR has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Bauer was expected to be great, when he was ranked 848 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Temple Owls fans are excited.

News from the camp of Temple Owls has it that Dorsey, C. - RB has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Dorsey was expected to be great, when he was ranked 1969 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Future star for Virginia Cavaliers

McCray, S. - DE from Virginia Cavaliers 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 McCray has made.

Future star for Miami (FL) Hurricanes

Sexton, N. - SS from Miami (FL) Hurricanes 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 Sexton has made.

Training Camp highlights

It looks like Pittsburgh Panthers hit the jackpot when they recruited Bachman, K. - LB this year. Bachman has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

North Carolina State Wolfpack fans are excited.

News from the camp of North Carolina State Wolfpack has it that Haight, W. - T has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Haight was expected to be great, when he was ranked 2021 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 Clemson Tigers hit the jackpot when they recruited Hutchins, R. - DE this year. Hutchins has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Training Camp highlights

It looks like Florida State Seminoles hit the jackpot when they recruited Walker, E. - RB this year. Walker has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Top Recruiting Classes

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

Top 10 Recruiting Classes

1 : Ohio State Buckeyes
2 : Maryland Terrapins
3 : USC Trojans
4 : Clemson Tigers
5 : Florida Gators
6 : Miami (FL) Hurricanes
7 : Alabama Crimson Tide
8 : Louisiana Monroe Warhawks
9 : Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
10 : Missouri Tigers

Top 10 Recruiting Classes (Prestige Relative)

1 : Ohio State Buckeyes
2 : Idaho Vandals
3 : Rice Owls
4 : California Golden Bears
5 : Troy Trojans
6 : Texas State Bobcats
7 : Nevada Wolf Pack
8 : Bowling Green Falcons
9 : Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
10 : Maryland Terrapins

Season Predictions

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

Alabama Crimson Tide, Maryland Terrapins, Baylor Bears, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, USC Trojans, Houston Cougars, Clemson Tigers and Miami (FL) Hurricanes are the early favorites to reach the playoffs.

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

SigningDay Recruiting Update

473 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 3.
4 star players committed this week: 23.
3 star players committed this week: 431.
2 star players committed this week: 15.
1 star players committed this week: 1.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Salvatore Johnston (a 5 star G from BRIARCLIFF HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 13) who committed to USC Trojans.

Conference USA was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 72.

Baylor Bears locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 14 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Ralph Taylor - LB. He is ranked at 1291

Total Recruits committed this season is 1798.

Dillon Mcdonald leaves for the pros!

Dillon Mcdonald has announced he is taking a position as a coach or coordinator in pro football. Mcdonald worked latest for the Florida State Seminoles as Defensive Coordinator. .

Florentino Cordero leaves for the pros!

Florentino Cordero has announced he is taking a position as a coach or coordinator in pro football. Cordero worked latest for the Texas State Bobcats as Defensive Coordinator. .

Anthony Downs leaves for the pros!

Anthony Downs has announced he is taking a position as a coach or coordinator in pro football. .

Eugene Arroyo leaves for the pros!

Eugene Arroyo has announced he is taking a position as a coach or coordinator in pro football. Arroyo worked latest for the Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns as Offensive Coordinator. .

Michael Beck has retired from coaching

Michael Beck is retiring from coaching.He will pursue a career in broadcasting..

Alan Shaffer has retired from coaching

Alan Shaffer has announced his decision to retire from coaching. Shaffer worked latest for the Florida State Seminoles as Head Coach. It is assumed he will take a job in the private sector.

James Burns has retired from coaching

James Burns has announced his decision to retire from coaching. Burns worked latest for the Boise State Broncos as Head Coach. He will be starting a training facility and scouting service.

Rudy Killian has retired from coaching

Rudy Killian has announced his decision to retire from coaching. Killian worked latest for the South Carolina Gamecocks as Offensive Coordinator. He will pursue a career in broadcasting.

Lewis Lester has retired from coaching

Lewis Lester has announced his decision to retire from coaching. Lester worked latest for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets as Offensive Coordinator. It is assumed he will take a job in the private sector.

Sidney Stoker leaves for the pros!

Sidney Stoker has announced he is taking a position as a coach or coordinator in pro football. Stoker worked latest for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights as Head Coach. .

Herbert Moore has retired from coaching

Herbert Moore has announced his decision to retire from coaching. Moore worked latest for the Washington State Cougars as Offensive Coordinator. He will pursue a career in broadcasting.

Robert Babb has retired from coaching

Robert Babb has announced his decision to retire 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. Kenneth Williams will be serving as offensive coordinator for the upcoming season.

Vanderbilt Commodores promotes from own ranks

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

Position coach given chance with South Carolina Gamecocks

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the South Carolina Gamecocks budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. Jeremy Goulet 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. Jason Brock will be serving as offensive coordinator for the upcoming season.

Mississippi Rebels promotes from own ranks

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

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. George Gold 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. Rudy Bermudez will get a chance to prove himself as DC for this season.

Arizona State Sun Devils scramble to fill their staff

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

Stanford Cardinal promotes from own ranks

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

Colorado State Rams promotes from own ranks

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

Position coach given chance with Bowling Green Falcons

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the Bowling Green Falcons budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. Gary Cook will be serving as offensive coordinator for the upcoming season.

Northern Illinois Huskies promotes from own ranks

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

James Madison Dukes scramble to fill their staff

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

Nebraska Cornhuskers promotes from own ranks

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

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. Harry Rasmussen will get a chance to prove himself as DC for this season.

Position coach given chance with Houston Cougars

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

Virginia Cavaliers promotes from own ranks

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

Miami (FL) Hurricanes promotes from own ranks

With free agency and the draft approaching fast, and the Miami (FL) Hurricanes budget running low, they have promoted a cheap candidate from their own ranks. Craig Gilmore will get a chance to prove himself as DC for this season.

Florida State Seminoles promotes from own ranks

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

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Announce new staff.

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors have signed Joshua Headrick as their new Defensive Coordinator. Headrick will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors.

Georgia State Panthers Announce new staff.

Georgia State Panthers revealed that they have signed Joshua Jones as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Georgia State Panthers.

Toledo Rockets Announce new staff.

Toledo Rockets revealed that they have signed Ray Wilkins as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Toledo Rockets.

Buffalo Bulls Announce new staff.

Buffalo Bulls revealed that they have signed Colton Perry as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Buffalo Bulls.

Miami (OH) RedHawks Announce new staff.

Miami (OH) RedHawks revealed that they have signed Steven Hinson 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 have signed Russell Peeples as their new Defensive Coordinator. Peeples will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Kent State Golden Flashes.

New Mexico Lobos Announce new staff.

New Mexico Lobos revealed that they have signed Robert Saxton as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the New Mexico Lobos.

Wyoming Cowboys Announce new staff.

The Wyoming Cowboys have announced that they have signed Richard Dunning as their new Head Coach. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Wyoming Cowboys.

Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles Announce new staff.

Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles have signed Michael Hoffman as their new Defensive Coordinator. Hoffman will get a 2 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles.

Army Black Knights Announce new staff.

Army Black Knights have signed Thomas Bland as their new Defensive Coordinator. Bland will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Army Black Knights.

Kansas Jayhawks Announce new staff.

The Kansas Jayhawks have announced that they have signed James Appel as their new Head Coach. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Kansas Jayhawks.

Iowa State Cyclones Announce new staff.

The Iowa State Cyclones have announced that they have signed Randy Norman as their new Head Coach. He will get a 5 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Iowa State Cyclones.

North Texas Mean Green Announce new staff.

The North Texas Mean Green have announced that they have signed Adam Blais as their new Head Coach. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the North Texas Mean Green.

Additionally, North Texas Mean Green revealed that they have signed Ryan Dalton as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the North Texas Mean Green.

West Virginia Mountaineers Announce new staff.

West Virginia Mountaineers have signed Paul Henry as their new Defensive Coordinator. Henry will get a 3 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the West Virginia Mountaineers.

East Carolina Pirates Announce new staff.

East Carolina Pirates revealed that they have signed Alberto Lackey as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5 million pr year with the East Carolina Pirates.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Announce new staff.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets revealed that they have signed Geoffrey Gardner as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

Other news included that Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have signed Michael Means as their new Defensive Coordinator. Means will get a 4 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

Oregon State Beavers steal Hal Browne from the Army Black Knights

Oregon State has announced that they have signed Hal Browne as their new Defensive Coordinator. Browne was previously working for Army as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with Oregon State.

Brigham Young Cougars steal Larry Carter from the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles

Brigham Young has announced that they have signed Larry Carter as their new Defensive Coordinator. Carter was previously working for Southern Mississippi as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with Brigham Young.

Texas Tech Red Raiders steal John Embry from the Kent State Golden Flashes

Texas Tech has announced that they have signed John Embry as their new Defensive Coordinator. Embry was previously working for Kent State as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with Texas Tech.

Florida International Golden Panthers steal Alfredo Swafford from the Buffalo Bulls

Florida International has announced that they have signed Alfredo Swafford as their new Offensive Coordinator. Swafford was previously working for Buffalo as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 5 million pr year with Florida International.

Herbert Moore staying with Western Michigan Broncos

The North Texas Mean Green tried to pry Herbert Moore away from Broncos to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Moore publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Broncos as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles steal Angel Solano from the New Mexico Lobos

Southern Mississippi has announced that they have signed Angel Solano as their new Offensive Coordinator. Solano was previously working for New Mexico as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with Southern Mississippi.

Walter Isbell staying with James Madison Dukes

Kansas tried to pry Walter Isbell away from James Madison to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Isbell publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with James Madison as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Temple Owls steal John Howard from the Wyoming Cowboys

Temple has announced that they have signed John Howard as their new Head Coach. Howard was previously working for Wyoming as Head Coach. He will get a 5 year contract worth 5 million pr year with Temple.

Florida International Golden Panthers steal Mitchell Barbee from the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors

Florida International has announced that they have signed Mitchell Barbee as their new Defensive Coordinator. Barbee was previously working for Hawaii as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with Florida International.

James Battle staying with Penn State Nittany Lions

Memphis tried to pry James Battle away from Penn State to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Battle 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.

Lino Casper staying with Boston College Eagles

The Texas Tech Red Raiders tried to pry Lino Casper away from Eagles to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Casper 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.

South Alabama Jaguars steal Ollie Krueger from the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners

South Alabama has announced that they have signed Ollie Krueger as their new Offensive Coordinator. Krueger was previously working for Texas San Antonio as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with South Alabama.

Mark Koenig staying with Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders

The East Carolina Pirates tried to pry Mark Koenig away from Blue Raiders to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Koenig publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Blue Raiders as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Texas Tech Red Raiders steal Benton Thompson from the North Texas Mean Green

Texas Tech has announced that they have signed Benton Thompson as their new Offensive Coordinator. Thompson was previously working for North Texas as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with Texas Tech.

Pittsburgh Panthers steal Ray Craft from the Georgia State Panthers

Pittsburgh has announced that they have signed Ray Craft as their new Offensive Coordinator. Craft was previously working for Georgia State as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with Pittsburgh.

Patrick Gannon staying with New Mexico State Aggies

The North Texas Mean Green tried to pry Patrick Gannon away from Aggies to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Gannon publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Aggies as their Head Coach for the coming season.

Kent State Golden Flashes steal Edgar O'Neal from the Florida International Golden Panthers

Kent State has announced that they have signed Edgar O'Neal as their new Head Coach. O'Neal was previously working for Florida International as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 5 million pr year with Kent State.

East Carolina Pirates steal Phillip Morris from the Oregon State Beavers

East Carolina has announced that they have signed Phillip Morris as their new Head Coach. Morris was previously working for Oregon State as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5.5 million pr year with East Carolina.

North Carolina Tar Heels steal John Landers from the James Madison Dukes

North Carolina has announced that they have signed John Landers as their new Head Coach. Landers was previously working for James Madison as Head Coach. He will get a 3 year contract worth 8 million pr year with North Carolina.

Marshall Thundering Herd steal Warren Smith from the Western Michigan Broncos

Marshall has announced that they have signed Warren Smith as their new Defensive Coordinator. Smith was previously working for Western Michigan as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4 million pr year with Marshall.

Georgia Southern Eagles steal Aubrey Ramirez from the South Alabama Jaguars

Georgia Southern has announced that they have signed Aubrey Ramirez as their new Offensive Coordinator. Ramirez was previously working for South Alabama as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million pr year with Georgia Southern.

East Carolina Pirates steal James Mullis from the Temple Owls

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

Florida Atlantic Owls steal Eugene Boothe from the Miami (OH) RedHawks

Florida Atlantic has announced that they have signed Eugene Boothe as their new Offensive Coordinator. Boothe was previously working for Miami (OH) as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with Florida Atlantic.

Illinois Fighting Illini steal Clarence Levesque from the East Carolina Pirates

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

Daniel Knowles staying with Old Dominion Monarchs

North Texas tried to pry Daniel Knowles away from Old Dominion to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Knowles publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Old Dominion as their Head Coach for the coming season.

William Hansen staying with Purdue Boilermakers

The Kent State Golden Flashes tried to pry William Hansen away from Boilermakers to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Hansen publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Boilermakers as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Rutgers Scarlet Knights steal William Coward from the Texas Tech Red Raiders

Rutgers has announced that they have signed William Coward as their new Head Coach. Coward was previously working for Texas Tech as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 6 million pr year with Rutgers.

Marshall Thundering Herd steal Donald Drayton from Pittsburgh

The Marshall Thundering Herd have announced that they have signed Donald Drayton as their new Head Coach. Drayton was previously working for Pittsburgh as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 6 million per year with the Marshall Thundering Herd.

Jerold Hurd staying with Purdue Boilermakers

The Northern Illinois Huskies tried to pry Jerold Hurd away from Boilermakers to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Hurd publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Boilermakers as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Boise State Broncos steal Theodore Pruett from the Nebraska Cornhuskers

Boise State has announced that they have signed Theodore Pruett as their new Defensive Coordinator. Pruett was previously working for Nebraska as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5 million pr year with Boise State.

Mississippi State Bulldogs steal Joshua Turner from Memphis

The Mississippi State Bulldogs have announced that they have signed Joshua Turner as their new Defensive Coordinator. Turner was previously working for Memphis as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million per year with the Mississippi State Bulldogs.

Andrew Roberts staying with Massachusetts Minutemen

The Florida International Golden Panthers tried to pry Andrew Roberts away from Minutemen to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Roberts 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.

Louisville Cardinals steal Clifford Elliott from the Washington Huskies

Louisville has announced that they have signed Clifford Elliott as their new Defensive Coordinator. Elliott was previously working for Washington as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4.25 million pr year with Louisville.

South Florida Bulls steal Michael Aleman from the Marshall Thundering Herd

South Florida has announced that they have signed Michael Aleman as their new Defensive Coordinator. Aleman was previously working for Marshall as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with South Florida.

Harold Atwell staying with Ohio Bobcats

The Florida State Seminoles tried to pry Harold Atwell away from Bobcats to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Atwell publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Bobcats as their Head Coach for the coming season.

Washington State Cougars steal Herbert Moore from the Nebraska Cornhuskers

Washington State has announced that they have signed Herbert Moore as their new Offensive Coordinator. Moore was previously working for Nebraska as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 4 million pr year with Washington State.

Akron Zips steal Shane Seitz from the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles

Akron has announced that they have signed Shane Seitz as their new Offensive Coordinator. Seitz was previously working for Southern Mississippi as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 5 million pr year with Akron.

Fresno State Bulldogs steal Clyde Glass from the Penn State Nittany Lions

Fresno State has announced that they have signed Clyde Glass as their new Offensive Coordinator. Glass was previously working for Penn State as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with Fresno State.

Georgia Southern Eagles steal Ray Sosa from the Georgia Southern Eagles

Georgia Southern has announced that they have signed Ray Sosa as their new Head Coach. Sosa was previously working for Georgia Southern as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with Georgia Southern.

South Alabama Jaguars steal Nick Paterson from the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners

South Alabama has announced that they have signed Nick Paterson as their new Head Coach. Paterson was previously working for Texas San Antonio as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with South Alabama.

Arizona Wildcats steal Joseph Sallee from the East Carolina Pirates

Arizona has announced that they have signed Joseph Sallee as their new Head Coach. Sallee was previously working for East Carolina as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 5.5 million pr year with Arizona.

Fresno State Bulldogs steal Edward Todd from the Kent State Golden Flashes

Fresno State has announced that they have signed Edward Todd as their new Head Coach. Todd was previously working for Kent State as Head Coach. He will get a 5 year contract worth 7 million pr year with Fresno State.

Boise State Broncos steal Andrew Rosser from the East Carolina Pirates

Boise State has announced that they have signed Andrew Rosser as their new Head Coach. Rosser was previously working for East Carolina as Head Coach. He will get a 4 year contract worth 8 million pr year with Boise State.

Rice Owls steal Leroy Beeler from the Florida Atlantic Owls

Rice has announced that they have signed Leroy Beeler as their new Head Coach. Beeler was previously working for Florida Atlantic as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5.5 million pr year with Rice.

Northern Illinois Huskies steal Russ Yamamoto from the Iowa State Cyclones

Northern Illinois has announced that they have signed Russ Yamamoto as their new Head Coach. Yamamoto was previously working for Iowa State as Head Coach. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5.5 million pr year with Northern Illinois.

David Strother staying with New Mexico Lobos

The Kansas Jayhawks tried to pry David Strother away from Lobos to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Strother publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Lobos as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Jeff Jones staying with Oregon Ducks

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

Syracuse Orange steal Oscar Woodruff from North Texas

The Syracuse Orange have announced that they have signed Oscar Woodruff as their new Head Coach. Woodruff was previously working for North Texas as Head Coach. He will get a 4 year contract worth 7 million per year with the Syracuse Orange.

Florida State Seminoles steal George Rousseau from the Stanford Cardinal

Florida State has announced that they have signed George Rousseau as their new Head Coach. Rousseau was previously working for Stanford as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 7 million pr year with Florida State.

2046 Transfer Update

352 players have decided to transfer.

Miguel Rosario - LB Florida State Seminoles
John Majors - WR Florida State Seminoles
Ernesto Taylor - WR Florida State Seminoles
Benton Brito - QB Clemson Tigers
Salvatore Johnston - G Clemson Tigers
Steven Bui - LB Louisville Cardinals
Richard Sanders - RB Louisville Cardinals
John Knowlton - G Boston College Eagles
Wayne Little - DE Boston College Eagles
John Bartlett - WR Boston College Eagles
Earnest Troutman - LB Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Alan Valdez - DE Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Jim Taft - RB Syracuse Orange
Benny Snow - T Syracuse Orange
Ronald Baines - RB Syracuse Orange
George Kyle - WR Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
James Ferrell - LB Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Howard Dyer - WR Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Gregory Hammond - LB Duke Blue Devils
John Hughes - DT Duke Blue Devils
Kendall Cruz - LB Duke Blue Devils
Percy Campos - DT Duke Blue Devils
Randell Hornsby - LB Duke Blue Devils
Lee German - DT North Carolina Tar Heels
Nick Stephenson - FS North Carolina Tar Heels
Stephen Sanchez - LB North Carolina Tar Heels
Kevin Pruitt - T North Carolina Tar Heels
John Johnson - WR Pittsburgh Panthers
Terry Jessup - CB Pittsburgh Panthers
Samuel Reeves - LB Miami (FL) Hurricanes
John Rigsby - RB Miami (FL) Hurricanes
James Lambert - WR Virginia Tech Hokies
Wally Almeida - T Virginia Tech Hokies
Clark Daughtry - CB Virginia Cavaliers
Josue Regalado - RB Virginia Cavaliers
Clayton Cho - WR Virginia Cavaliers
Darell Richardson - LB Cincinnati Bearcats
Charles Blunt - QB Cincinnati Bearcats
Michael Kelly - G Cincinnati Bearcats
Derek Fisher - LB Cincinnati Bearcats
Gary Horner - C Central Florida Knights
Johnny Harper - CB Central Florida Knights
Joseph Murillo - DT East Carolina Pirates
Frank Santiago - LB East Carolina Pirates
William Molina - DE East Carolina Pirates
Adrian Williams - DT Tulane Green Wave
Alan Webster - SS Tulane Green Wave
Anthony Rogers - DE Tulane Green Wave
Leon Henry - WR Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Stanford Groves - LB Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Reed Willard - LB Connecticut Huskies
Brian Hamilton - RB Connecticut Huskies
Michael Santiago - RB Connecticut Huskies
Chad Mcmillan - CB Connecticut Huskies
Jerrod Olivarez - RB Connecticut Huskies
Lester Fletcher - T Connecticut Huskies
Alberto Dunn - LB Southern Methodist Mustangs
Danny Morris - LB Southern Methodist Mustangs
Donnie Steele - DT Southern Methodist Mustangs
Curtis Barrett - DE Southern Methodist Mustangs
Donald Hernandez - T Baylor Bears
David Cote - QB Baylor Bears
William Fowler - WR Texas Christian Horned Frogs
Isaac Kelly - RB Texas Christian Horned Frogs
Edison Puente - QB Texas Christian Horned Frogs
Fred Myers - P Kansas State Wildcats
Kevin Norris - RB Kansas State Wildcats
Rolf Stewart - T Kansas State Wildcats
William Yee - WR Kansas State Wildcats
Eric Brock - DT Oklahoma Sooners
Todd Neal - WR Texas Longhorns
Richard Gomez - WR Texas Longhorns
Lincoln Bearden - LB Texas Longhorns
Cameron Nicholas - FS Texas Longhorns
James Guillen - WR Texas Longhorns
William Stanley - LB West Virginia Mountaineers
James Covington - QB West Virginia Mountaineers
Johnny Darden - SS West Virginia Mountaineers
Cedrick King - SS West Virginia Mountaineers
Fredric Nielson - CB West Virginia Mountaineers
Joseph Whitson - DT Oklahoma State Cowboys
Clark Torres - WR Texas Tech Red Raiders
Douglas North - C Texas Tech Red Raiders
Elwood Fox - WR Kansas Jayhawks
Bryce Witte - WR Kansas Jayhawks
Joseph Smith - WR Kansas Jayhawks
James Mckay - WR Iowa State Cyclones
Carl Higginbotham - LB Iowa State Cyclones
Bill Bohn - WR Iowa State Cyclones
Rafael Song - RB Iowa State Cyclones
Cornell Smith - QB Ohio State Buckeyes
Thomas Contreras - T Ohio State Buckeyes
Lee Watson - WR Ohio State Buckeyes
Jeremiah O'Brien - RB Ohio State Buckeyes
Paul Roach - LB Michigan State Spartans
Louis Stott - RB Michigan State Spartans
Emanuel Bush - DE Michigan State Spartans
Claude Garcia - WR Michigan State Spartans
Jack Mull - RB Michigan State Spartans
Joseph Bliss - LB Maryland Terrapins
Armando Harris - DT Michigan Wolverines
John Newkirk - QB Michigan Wolverines
Cornell Rutherford - T Michigan Wolverines
Jonas Bell - SS Michigan Wolverines
Gary Gladden - LB Rutgers Scarlet Knights
John Davis - RB Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Pedro Rose - T Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Frank Donahue - LB Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Robert Ruiz - LB Penn State Nittany Lions
Jacob Kaufman - LB Penn State Nittany Lions
Christopher Ruffin - WR Penn State Nittany Lions
Gary Oh - DE Penn State Nittany Lions
Horace Howard - LB Penn State Nittany Lions
Michael Prieto - G Indiana Hoosiers
Thanh Caldwell - CB Indiana Hoosiers
Scott Thomson - LB Wisconsin Badgers
Derek Scott - WR Wisconsin Badgers
Larry Perkins - WR Wisconsin Badgers
Kenneth Barron - RB Minnesota Golden Gophers
Leroy Ratcliff - LB Minnesota Golden Gophers
Joseph Holmes - G Minnesota Golden Gophers
Lonnie Gonzalez - QB Nebraska Cornhuskers
Charles Cox - LB Iowa Hawkeyes
Ronnie Rollins - LB Iowa Hawkeyes
Harlan Johnson - LB Iowa Hawkeyes
Carroll Lloyd - G Northwestern Wildcats
Orlando Ginn - DE Northwestern Wildcats
Joseph Munoz - C Northwestern Wildcats
George Wright - RB Northwestern Wildcats
Victor Durkin - DT Purdue Boilermakers
Steve Bryant - DT Purdue Boilermakers
Mario Banuelos - DT Purdue Boilermakers
Charles Haight - DT Purdue Boilermakers
Emerson Miller - DT Purdue Boilermakers
Rueben Roque - WR Marshall Thundering Herd
Rolando Mcvey - CB Marshall Thundering Herd
James Lynch - WR Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders
Matthew Carswell - LB Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders
Kareem Lentz - DE Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders
Herb Dillon - QB Old Dominion Monarchs
Jeffrey Comstock - DT South Florida Bulls
Mark Peterman - FS South Florida Bulls
Mark Anderson - FS South Florida Bulls
Henry Clawson - WR South Florida Bulls
Thomas Roderick - LB South Florida Bulls
Brant Lu - DT South Florida Bulls
John Sherman - DT South Florida Bulls
Claude Hall - WR Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Carl Stevens - FS Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Bradley Glenn - DE Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Harry Farias - DE Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Mark Montgomery - G Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Kenneth Schiller - WR Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Justin Jewell - WR Florida International Golden Panthers
Larry Hudgens - LB Florida International Golden Panthers
Norman Martinez - DE Florida Atlantic Owls
Arden William - P Florida Atlantic Owls
Joseph Kimble - TE Florida Atlantic Owls
Mathew Crowell - DT Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Adam Bostic - WR Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Jerry Torres - SS Rice Owls
Corey Walker - LB Rice Owls
Edward Webb - WR Rice Owls
Michael Morgan - DE Rice Owls
James Cable - RB UTEP Miners
David O'Donnell - LB UTEP Miners
Henry Bishop - DE UTEP Miners
John Wang - K Texas San Antonio Roadrunners
Robert Schuster - TE North Texas Mean Green
Darrel Hiatt - T North Texas Mean Green
Ricky Ponce - DE North Texas Mean Green
Leonard Billings - LB North Texas Mean Green
Victor May - FS North Texas Mean Green
Jason Gilliland - DT North Texas Mean Green
Frederick Mora - WR Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles
Jared Byrd - K Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles
Willie Wilhite - WR Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles
Scott Giles - WR Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles
Jeff Galvez - WR Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles
Julio Moore - DE Army Black Knights
Robert Arredondo - DE Army Black Knights
Larry Joseph - SS Army Black Knights
Michael Sharkey - QB Brigham Young Cougars
Julius Ligon - WR Brigham Young Cougars
Sam Crowder - TE Brigham Young Cougars
Michael Shafer - P Brigham Young Cougars
Jason McCann - DE Brigham Young Cougars
Edward Carter - G Brigham Young Cougars
Salvador Steadman - G Brigham Young Cougars
Blair Levy - DE Navy Midshipmen
Maurice Goble - FS Navy Midshipmen
Robert Whitman - DT Navy Midshipmen
Dale Hart - RB Navy Midshipmen
Leon Pond - DT Notre Dame Fighting Irish
David Smith - DT Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Victor Dellinger - CB Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Walter Williams - DT Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Mark Cobbs - G Northern Illinois Huskies
Matthew Byers - WR Northern Illinois Huskies
Art Faulkner - LB Northern Illinois Huskies
Eduardo Lister - DE Northern Illinois Huskies
Keith Black - G Toledo Rockets
Richard Martinez - K Toledo Rockets
Lindsay Valenzuela - DT Central Michigan Chippewas
Clint Jackson - K Central Michigan Chippewas
John Gentry - SS Ball State Cardinals
James Flynn - DE Ball State Cardinals
Christopher Gale - DE Eastern Michigan Eagles
Tommie Quinlan - LB Bowling Green Falcons
Michael Cantrell - G Bowling Green Falcons
Floyd Lunsford - K Ohio Bobcats
Marc Hyde - RB Ohio Bobcats
Alton Mickens - TE Buffalo Bulls
Howard Wellman - WR Buffalo Bulls
Walter Jones - WR Buffalo Bulls
Ryan Johns - LB Buffalo Bulls
Michael Lefebvre - WR Buffalo Bulls
Douglas Sanchez - LB Akron Zips
Cameron Alford - CB Akron Zips
David Lefebvre - DT Akron Zips
Jimmy Waters - SS Massachusetts Minutemen
Donald Phillips - LB Massachusetts Minutemen
Timothy Nunley - QB Miami (OH) RedHawks
Nolan Stoll - WR Miami (OH) RedHawks
Joseph Stanton - K Miami (OH) RedHawks
Michael Watson - K Miami (OH) RedHawks
Thomas Nobles - QB Kent State Golden Flashes
Erik Mitchell - WR Boise State Broncos
Jeffrey Evans - DT Boise State Broncos
Michael Ford - FS Boise State Broncos
Lauren Valdes - T Boise State Broncos
Laverne Warren - DE Utah State Aggies
Shaun Zamora - RB Utah State Aggies
Adam Stephens - LB Air Force Falcons
David Gonzalez - LB Air Force Falcons
Thomas Jones - WR New Mexico Lobos
Harold Sullivan - WR New Mexico Lobos
Tyler Ashton - WR New Mexico Lobos
Sean Navarrete - RB New Mexico Lobos
Floyd Brown - WR New Mexico Lobos
Peter Fort - WR New Mexico Lobos
William Mahaffey - RB Wyoming Cowboys
Grover Gaines - WR Wyoming Cowboys
Anthony Carden - LB Fresno State Bulldogs
Abraham Blanco - QB Fresno State Bulldogs
Raymond Wilmoth - WR San Diego State Aztecs
Christopher McCollum - DT Nevada Wolf Pack
Joseph Leroy - LB Nevada Wolf Pack
Daniel Lind - LB Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
Frank Mercer - DE Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
Kristopher Barnhill - WR Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
Jerry Eggleston - G Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
Lyle Jackson - WR Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
Wilton Collazo - WR San Jose State Spartans
Charles Trice - WR San Jose State Spartans
Brian Spencer - DE San Jose State Spartans
Keneth Willis - WR UNLV Rebels
Lionel Hampton - DE UNLV Rebels
Robert Swearingen - QB UNLV Rebels
David Hancock - LB UNLV Rebels
Robert McCabe - WR UNLV Rebels
Tom Williamson - T UNLV Rebels
Larry Felton - G UNLV Rebels
Thomas Freese - DE Oregon Ducks
Dean Hicks - DE Oregon Ducks
Charles Rojas - DE Oregon Ducks
Fidel Fisher - G Stanford Cardinal
David Hubbard - WR Stanford Cardinal
Monroe Banks - DE Washington Huskies
Harry Seals - LB California Golden Bears
Michael Diaz - WR California Golden Bears
Joshua Creighton - G Oregon State Beavers
Brandon Costa - LB Oregon State Beavers
Sung Jones - SS Arizona Wildcats
Ralph Wolford - LB Arizona State Sun Devils
Alfred Bautista - DE UCLA Bruins
Trevor Mitchell - FS UCLA Bruins
Leroy Keck - DE UCLA Bruins
Scott Henry - DE USC Trojans
Saul Hylton - LB USC Trojans
Robin Flores - QB USC Trojans
Raymond Farmer - QB USC Trojans
Antwan Johnson - FS USC Trojans
Bob Torres - DT USC Trojans
John Sisco - K Colorado Buffaloes
Johnathan Han - QB Colorado Buffaloes
Christopher Chaffin - CB Colorado Buffaloes
Michael Milton - WR Alabama Crimson Tide
Jonah Mullen - DE Alabama Crimson Tide
Clyde Faber - WR Alabama Crimson Tide
Billie Humphrey - WR Alabama Crimson Tide
Jimmy Kemp - WR Alabama Crimson Tide
Ronald Thompson - WR Mississippi State Bulldogs
Bradford Johnson - RB Auburn Tigers
Raymond Edwards - LB Lousiana State Tigers
Bradly Perkins - RB Lousiana State Tigers
Wes Eaton - DE Lousiana State Tigers
Johnny Shaffer - DT Lousiana State Tigers
Timothy Cruz - LB Texas AM Aggies
Paul May - SS Texas AM Aggies
Homer Valles - DE Arkansas Razorbacks
Joesph Fernandez - LB Arkansas Razorbacks
Robert Edge - RB Arkansas Razorbacks
Robert Martin - WR Missouri Tigers
Robert Lang - T Missouri Tigers
Stephen Bussey - LB Missouri Tigers
Bobby Benavidez - LB Georgia Bulldogs
Michael Hickson - T Georgia Bulldogs
Daniel Fusco - WR Florida Gators
Jonathan Murray - WR Florida Gators
Aaron Tharp - LB South Carolina Gamecocks
Rudolph McCurry - T South Carolina Gamecocks
Alfredo Moser - P South Carolina Gamecocks
Vernon Miller - DE Tennessee Volunteers
Eric Morgan - DE Tennessee Volunteers
Jaime Mims - DT Kentucky Wildcats
William Gaylord - SS Kentucky Wildcats
Gordon Barlow - TE Vanderbilt Commodores
Elmer Gonzalez - WR Vanderbilt Commodores
Ralph Beckwith - LB Vanderbilt Commodores
David James - LB Vanderbilt Commodores
Winford Frias - DT Georgia Southern Eagles
Ross Culp - WR Georgia Southern Eagles
Roy Goldstein - K Georgia Southern Eagles
John Dehart - QB Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
Clyde Barnes - WR Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
Robert Easter - WR Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
Daniel Manns - G Appalachian State Mountaineers
Long Lombardi - K Appalachian State Mountaineers
Adam Terry - LB Arkansas State Red Wolves
Adam Moore - FS Arkansas State Red Wolves
Ronald Gilliland - WR South Alabama Jaguars
Lyle Walsh - WR South Alabama Jaguars
James Baumann - RB Texas State Bobcats
Armando Winston - G Texas State Bobcats
Paul Dixon - T Texas State Bobcats
Andre Olivarez - LB Texas State Bobcats
Edward Norris - DE Louisiana Monroe Warhawks
John Eaton - G Louisiana Monroe Warhawks
Jan Rush - RB Louisiana Monroe Warhawks
Randall Otto - T Louisiana Monroe Warhawks
Mark Leonard - CB Troy Trojans
Luis Corbitt - DE Troy Trojans
John Mcmahan - WR Idaho Vandals
Frank Chilton - QB Idaho Vandals
Ted Carlisle - T New Mexico State Aggies
Cleo Falls - T New Mexico State Aggies
Gregory Ashford - LB New Mexico State Aggies
Jason Navarrete - P New Mexico State Aggies
James Vazquez - K James Madison Dukes
Gary Leach - WR James Madison Dukes
Virgil Council - RB James Madison Dukes


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