: WR Craig Whipple (MIST) has suffered a major injury!

The Michigan State Spartans' WR Craig Whipple has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

: DT Herman Richardson (MARS) has suffered a major injury!

The Marshall Thundering Herd' DT Herman Richardson has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

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 Frank Ashley - QB (187/294, 3118 yds, 44 TD), whose performance on the field have inspired players and fans alike.

'I want to thank everyone at Maryland Terrapins for giving me the opportunity to play' Ashley reportedly said.

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.

Baylor Bears undefeated in regular season!

Baylor Bears have managed to go undefeated in the regular season.

A key cog in this accomplishment has been Kerry Blunt - RB (283 att, 2071 yds, 23 TD, 6 rec, 61 yds, 1 TD), whose performance on the field have inspired players and fans alike.

'Winning is everything! I came to Baylor Bears to win, and that's what we did' Blunt said at a recent newsconference.

Going undefeated in a top conference like Big 12 is quite an accomplishment in today's world.

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

Week 16 Recruiting Update

145 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 0.
3 star players committed this week: 61.
2 star players committed this week: 68.
1 star players committed this week: 16.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Frederick Goforth (a 3 star G from CRANSTON HIGH SCHOOL WEST ranked at 344) who committed to Alabama Crimson Tide.

Conference USA was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 36.

Charlotte 49ers locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 10 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Brian Campbell - RB. He is ranked at 752

Total Recruits committed this season is 2242.

League News: Defense dominates for Horned Frogs.

The Horned Frogs defensive line is disrupting opponents so far this season with a total of 34 sacks, 6 forced fumbles and 137 tackles in 13 games.

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: Maryland Terrapins
2: Clemson Tigers
3: Baylor Bears
4: Auburn Tigers
5: Minnesota Golden Gophers
6: Texas Christian Horned Frogs
7: Alabama Crimson Tide
8: Virginia Tech Hokies

This week we saw 2 new teams make it into the top eight.
Being pushed out of the picture are:
Houston Cougars
South Carolina Gamecocks

Week 16: QB Bernard Summerlin (HOU) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Houston Cougars' Bernard Summerlin threw 5 touchdowns, completing 33 of 46 passes for 445 yards in the Cougars victory over the Central Florida Knights.

After being signed in 2039, season number 1 for Summerlin, has seen some impressive numbers including 44 touchdown passes this season.

Houston Cougars prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 16: CB Michael Gee (UNLV) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Michael Gee of the UNLV Rebels has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Gee finished with 5 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD.

UNLV Rebels prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 16 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Allison, B. - SS, MIAFL.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Miller, J. - QB, MIAFL.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Clark, J. - LB, HOU.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Summerlin, B. - QB, HOU.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Adam, B. - CB, BAY.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Blunt, K. - RB, BAY.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Wagoner, C. - DT, MD.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Delatorre, R. - RB, MD.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Walters, R. - CB, RICE.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Jensen, R. - RB, RICE.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Chambers, A. - SS, AKR.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Butler, H. - WR, TOL.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Gee, M. - CB, UNLV.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Cooney, B. - QB, UNLV.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Coward, S. - CB, USC.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Castle, H. - QB, USC.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Kyle, D. - DE, AUB.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Covert, S. - RB, AUB.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Madison, L. - DE, LAMON.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Arce, G. - RB, LAMON.

Game Recaps for Week 16

Hurricanes - 35, Tigers - 14
Cougars - 52, Knights - 31
Bears - 38, Horned Frogs - 21
Terrapins - 28, Golden Gophers - 21
Owls - 48, Thundering Herd - 41
Rockets - 48, Zips - 35
Rebels - 52, Broncos - 13
Trojans - 56, Ducks - 34
Tigers - 52, Gamecocks - 41
Warhawks - 38, Bobcats - 20

Week 16: DT Stephen Silvers (UNLV) has suffered a major injury!

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

Week 16 Recruiting Update

279 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 6.
3 star players committed this week: 216.
2 star players committed this week: 54.
1 star players committed this week: 3.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Billy Andrade (a 4 star RB from RIVERSIDE BROOKFIELD TWP HS ranked at 57) who committed to Clemson Tigers.

Conference USA was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 44.

Rutgers Scarlet Knights locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 8 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Frederick Goforth - G. He is ranked at 344

Total Recruits committed this season is 2097.

Big 12 News: Bears racking up yards!

The offense of the Bears is throwing up some serious yardage on everybody this year, posting 6934 total yards and 602 points thus far in 12 games. Quarterback John Le - QB and receiver Robert Dugger - WR have tag-teamed to the tune of 1050 yards this season, while Running Back Kerry Blunt - RB has piled up for 1900. The fat boys on the line has steamrolled opponents for 355 pancakes this season while allowing only 20 quarterback sacks.

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: Maryland Terrapins
2: Baylor Bears
3: Clemson Tigers
4: Auburn Tigers
5: South Carolina Gamecocks
6: Texas Christian Horned Frogs
7: Virginia Tech Hokies
8: Houston Cougars

This week we saw one new team make it into the top eight. The new team of course being the Hokies.
Being pushed out of the picture are:
Florida Gators

North Texas Mean Green resigns Bernard Mcintyre as DefensiveCoordinator

The Mean Green have announced that they have given Bernard Mcintyre a new contract. Mcintyre will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 3 million per year.

Week 15: QB Craig Bradley (OKST) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Oklahoma State Cowboys quarterback Craig Bradley has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Sooners defeated the Oklahoma State Cowboys, 42 to 35. Bradley did his part, throwing 4 touchdowns, completing 35 of 62 passes for 641 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 34 to 13, and a passer rating of 151.0.

Oklahoma State Cowboys prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 15: LB Chester Evans (DUK) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Chester Evans of the Duke Blue Devils has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Evans finished with 7 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Sfty.

Duke Blue Devils prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 15 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Evans, C. - LB, DUK.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Meyer, E. - QB, FLST.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Mclaughlin, J. - FS, NAVY.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Daniel, C. - RB, NAVY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Narvaez, T. - CB, OK.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Bradley, C. - QB, OKST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Myers, H. - LB, MIST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Mackey, R. - WR, OHST.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Rand, A. - LB, MT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Stack, H. - WR, MARS.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Deleon, D. - SS, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Shepard, M. - WR, ARMY.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Schott, K. - LB, KENT.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Davis, D. - WR, KENT.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Hurley, M. - SS, SJST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Hoyt, R. - WR, HAW.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Abreu, J. - LB, UCLA.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Sullivan, F. - QB, ARIZ.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Crittenden, I. - FS, VAND.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Williams, S. - WR, OLEMIS.

Game Recaps for Week 15

Black Knights - 52, Midshipmen - 23
Tigers - 34, Gamecocks - 27
Bulldogs - 38, Yellow Jackets - 33
Seminoles - 35, Gators - 21
Wolfpack - 38, Tar Heels - 20
Sooners - 42, Cowboys - 35
Wildcats - 61, Jayhawks - 20
Buckeyes - 47, Wolverines - 14
Spartans - 61, Nittany Lions - 35
Terrapins - 54, Scarlet Knights - 34
Golden Gophers - 41, Badgers - 16
Wildcats - 38, Fighting Illini - 31
Hoosiers - 52, Boilermakers - 17
Blue Raiders - 28, Owls - 27
Huskies - 35, Cougars - 28
Ducks - 38, Beavers - 27
Sun Devils - 46, Wildcats - 42
Bruins - 44, Golden Bears - 27
Razorbacks - 36, Aggies - 23
Crimson Tide - 49, Tigers - 28
Rebels - 59, Bulldogs - 17
Commodores - 48, Volunteers - 20
Bears - 35, Fighting Irish - 14
Panthers - 43, Golden Flashes - 21
Hilltoppers - 43, Blue Devils - 22
Monarchs - 38, Rainbow Warriors - 35
Spartans - 37, Thundering Herd - 34

Week 15 Recruiting Update

192 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 4.
4 star players committed this week: 4.
3 star players committed this week: 162.
2 star players committed this week: 19.
1 star players committed this week: 3.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Franklin Miller (a 5 star RB from FLAGLER-PALM COAST HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 7) who committed to Maryland Terrapins.

Big Ten was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 28.

Michigan State Spartans locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 6 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Billy Andrade - RB. He is ranked at 57

Total Recruits committed this season is 1818.

Franklin Miller - RB commits to Maryland Terrapins.

Franklin Miller has committed to the Terrapins.
Miller 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 RB from FLAGLER-PALM COAST HIGH SCHOOL.

Miller was also pursued by Alabama Crimson Tide

Sun Belt News: Defense dominates for Warhawks.

The Warhawks defensive line is slashing offensive lines so far this season with a total of 20 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and 90 tackles in 12 games.

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: Maryland Terrapins
2: Clemson Tigers
3: Baylor Bears
4: Auburn Tigers
5: South Carolina Gamecocks
6: Houston Cougars
7: Texas Christian Horned Frogs
8: Florida Gators

This week we saw one new team make it into the top eight. The new team of course being the Cougars.
Being pushed out of the picture are:
Miami (FL) Hurricanes

South Carolina Gamecocks resigns Patrick Gutierrez as DefensiveCoordinator

The Gamecocks have announced that they have given Patrick Gutierrez a new contract. Gutierrez will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 7 years earning 5 million per year.

North Texas Mean Green resigns Walter Ward as OffensiveCoordinator

The Mean Green have announced that they have given Walter Ward a new contract. Ward will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 7 years earning 4 million per year.

Texas Christian Horned Frogs resigns Christopher Gentry as HeadCoach

The Horned Frogs have announced that they have given Christopher Gentry a new contract. Gentry will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 3 years earning 9.5 million per year.

Week 14: QB Adam Skipper (IAST) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Iowa State Cyclones' Adam Skipper threw 6 touchdowns, completing 35 of 52 passes for 443 yards in the Cyclones victory over the Brigham Young Cougars.

After being signed in 2037, season number 3 for Skipper, has seen some impressive numbers including 21 touchdown passes this season.

Iowa State Cyclones prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 14: CB Reid Hoyle (NAVY) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Reid Hoyle of the Navy Midshipmen has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Hoyle finished with 4 Tck, 2 Int, 2 Def TD.

Navy Midshipmen prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 14 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Paz, S. - SS, VT.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Medrano, R. - WR, MIAFL.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Hoyle, R. - CB, NAVY.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Blaine, D. - QB, NAVY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Herrick, J. - FS, TXCH.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Skipper, A. - QB, IAST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Petty, G. - DE, PENNST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Sutherland, C. - QB, MIST.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Overton, J. - CB, NTX.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Everson, S. - QB, NTX.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Briseno, A. - LB, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Schoonover, N. - QB, ARMY.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Squires, E. - FS, BUF.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Mcdaniel, J. - WR, MIAOH.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Lopez, B. - DT, SDST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Cooney, B. - QB, UNLV.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Snider, R. - SS, USC.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Castle, H. - QB, USC.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Cloutier, A. - CB, VAND.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Lynn, J. - RB, LSU.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Irby, A. - SS, IDAHO.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Harrell, H. - QB, IDAHO.

Game Recaps for Week 14

Trojans - 38, Fighting Irish - 24
Hurricanes - 66, Blue Devils - 7
Midshipmen - 65, Mustangs - 17
Wildcats - 44, Longhorns - 29
Mean Green - 35, Owls - 21
Golden Flashes - 46, Bulls - 38
RedHawks - 19, Falcons - 13
Aztecs - 48, Rainbow Warriors - 7
Ragin' Cajuns - 49, Roadrunners - 6
Thundering Herd - 27, Wolfpack - 20
Rebels - 50, Minutemen - 21
Commodores - 31, Golden Eagles - 15
Vandals - 44, Huskies - 17
Nittany Lions - 49, Cowboys - 12
Spartans - 51, Black Knights - 35
Tar Heels - 55, Falcons - 16
Cavaliers - 56, Huskies - 21
Mountaineers - 31, Bobcats - 7
Razorbacks - 31, Orange - 14
Bulldogs - 45, Demon Deacons - 14
Hokies - 41, Wildcats - 17
Huskies - 37, Eagles - 34
Cyclones - 55, Cougars - 38
Warhawks - 55, Zips - 17
Horned Frogs - 73, Broncos - 14
Broncos - 58, Wildcats - 24
Tigers - 100, Jaguars - 14

Week 14: DE Bruce Ware (EMI) has suffered a major injury!

The Eastern Michigan Eagles' DE Bruce Ware has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 14 Recruiting Update

143 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 2.
4 star players committed this week: 14.
3 star players committed this week: 114.
2 star players committed this week: 12.
1 star players committed this week: 1.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Justin Ross (a 5 star FB from HAVERHILL HIGH ranked at 5) who committed to Lousiana State Tigers.

Atlantic Coast was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 19.

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

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Franklin Miller - RB. He is ranked at 7

Total Recruits committed this season is 1626.

Justin Ross - FB commits to Lousiana State Tigers.

Justin Ross has committed to the Tigers.
Ross 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 FB from HAVERHILL HIGH.

Ross was also pursued by Maryland Terrapins, and Alabama Crimson Tide.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 14

Gains:
Western Michigan Broncos pull off a win against the Miami (FL) Hurricanes : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Miami (FL) Hurricanes could not even win against the Western Michigan Broncos : Prestige loss - 0.2
Cincinnati Bearcats were no match for the Michigan State Spartans : Prestige loss - 0.05

Big 12 News: Defense dominates for Horned Frogs.

The Horned Frogs defensive front is gashing their enemies so far this season with a total of 31 sacks, 6 forced fumbles and 115 tackles in 11 games.

Western Michigan Broncos pull off the upset!

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

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: Maryland Terrapins
2: Clemson Tigers
3: Baylor Bears
4: Auburn Tigers
5: Miami (FL) Hurricanes
6: Texas Christian Horned Frogs
7: South Carolina Gamecocks
8: Florida Gators

This week we saw 2 new teams make it into the top eight.
Being pushed out of the picture are:
Ohio State Buckeyes
Utah Utes

West Virginia Mountaineers resigns Kelly Ashcraft as OffensiveCoordinator

The Mountaineers have announced that they have given Kelly Ashcraft a new contract. Ashcraft will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 5 years earning 5.3 million per year.

Week 13: WR Brandon Cross (KAN) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Cross's 5 rec, 283 yds, 2 TD effort led the way for the Kansas Jayhawks. This weeks 283 receiving yards bring his season total to 1066 yards with 6 touchdowns on the season.

"To Brandon, 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." - Jayhawks Coach

Kansas Jayhawks prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 13: LB Jody Long (WVA) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Jody Long of the West Virginia Mountaineers has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Long finished with 3 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Sfty.

West Virginia Mountaineers prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 13 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Lowe, J. - DE, GT.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Bauman, D. - WR, WFST.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Reynolds, W. - LB, SFL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Williams, C. - QB, CFL.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Long, J. - LB, WVA.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Cross, B. - WR, KAN.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Fenner, W. - DT, MIST.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Davis, R. - QB, NWST.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Smith, A. - CB, LAT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Billups, G. - WR, MT.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Yates, D. - CB, NTDM.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Heck, D. - WR, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Rodriguez, T. - LB, BG.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Benson, J. - QB, BUF.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Snyder, K. - LB, SJST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Hood, T. - RB, BOST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Finch, B. - SS, OR.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Torres, S. - QB, STAN.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Manley, W. - LB, MSST.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Ricketts, G. - QB, TENN.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Gill, J. - LB, TROY.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Harrell, H. - QB, IDAHO.

Game Recaps for Week 13

Bulls - 45, Black Knights - 24
Yellow Jackets - 25, Eagles - 22
Hokies - 57, Panthers - 24
Demon Deacons - 30, Blue Devils - 20
Tigers - 31, Golden Hurricane - 28
Cougars - 35, Midshipmen - 27
Bears - 34, Sooners - 10
Mountaineers - 50, Cyclones - 0
Wildcats - 38, Red Raiders - 19
Wildcats - 45, Wolverines - 42
Owls - 49, Monarchs - 14
Thundering Herd - 48, Hilltoppers - 41
Falcons - 33, Zips - 19
Spartans - 59, Falcons - 28
Rebels - 49, Aztecs - 17
Bobcats - 69, Jaguars - 14
Ragin' Cajuns - 73, Panthers - 14
Trojans - 23, Golden Eagles - 14
Bulldogs - 38, Seminoles - 14
Cornhuskers - 41, Bruins - 26
Ducks - 44, Owls - 26
Crimson Tide - 41, Cavaliers - 0
Fighting Irish - 37, Volunteers - 31
Broncos - 38, Hurricanes - 31
Vandals - 42, Cowboys - 7
Spartans - 59, Bearcats - 21
Knights - 42, Rams - 34
Jayhawks - 48, Blue Raiders - 25
Bulldogs - 44, Wildcats - 6
Orange - 55, Boilermakers - 20
Gamecocks - 45, Green Wave - 7
49ers - 44, Lobos - 28
Bulls - 35, Eagles - 7
Broncos - 70, Buffaloes - 20
Aggies - 52, Mountaineers - 21
Cardinal - 45, Minutemen - 7

Week 13: LB Carlton Lester (TROY) has suffered a major injury!

The Troy Trojans' LB Carlton Lester has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 13 Recruiting Update

173 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 8.
4 star players committed this week: 16.
3 star players committed this week: 139.
2 star players committed this week: 7.
1 star players committed this week: 3.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Jared McCombs (a 5 star TE from LOWNDES HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 3) who committed to Alabama Crimson Tide.

American Athletic was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 19.

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

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Justin Ross - FB. He is ranked at 5

Total Recruits committed this season is 1483.

Edward Smith - FS commits to Lousiana State Tigers.

Edward Smith has committed to the Tigers.
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 FS from MORTON RANCH H S.

Smith was also pursued by Oklahoma Sooners, Maryland Terrapins, and Alabama Crimson Tide.

Jared McCombs - TE commits to Alabama Crimson Tide.

Jared McCombs has committed to the Crimson Tide.
McCombs 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 TE from LOWNDES HIGH SCHOOL.

McCombs was also pursued by Maryland Terrapins, Miami (FL) Hurricanes, and Clemson Tigers.

League News: Big boys shows the way for the Red Wolves.

The offensive line from Red Wolves are dominating the trenches this year. They’ve given up only 27 sacks in 12 games while collecting 376 pancakes.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 13

Gains:
UNLV Rebels played with authority against the Colorado State Rams : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
Texas Tech Red Raiders got humiliated by the Texas Christian Horned Frogs : Prestige loss - 0.05
Colorado State Rams was walked all over by the UNLV Rebels : Prestige loss - 0.1

Nebraska Cornhuskers resigns Troy Nelson as HeadCoach

The Cornhuskers have announced that they have given Troy Nelson a new contract. Nelson will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 6 years earning 8.5 million per year.

Houston Cougars resigns Bernard Coronado as OffensiveCoordinator

The Cougars have announced that they have given Bernard Coronado a new contract. Coronado will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 2 years earning 5.5 million per year.

Tulsa Golden Hurricane resigns Richard Wingate as DefensiveCoordinator

The Golden Hurricane have announced that they have given Richard Wingate a new contract. Wingate will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 2 years earning 4 million per year.

Week 12: LB Carl Herring (LALAF) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Carl Herring of the Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Herring finished with 7 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 Sfty, 1 FR.

Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 12: QB Harry Harrell (IDAHO) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Idaho Vandals quarterback Harry Harrell has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Vandals defeated the South Alabama Jaguars, 48 to 24. Harrell did his part, throwing 6 touchdowns, completing 50 of 66 passes for 560 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 45 to 8, and a passer rating of 162.2.

Idaho Vandals prestige bonus + 0.05
Idaho Vandals increase to 57 prestige.

Week 12 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Parry, R. - CB, MIAFL.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Hayes, T. - WR, BST.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Withrow, E. - LB, HOU.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Barbour, R. - WR, CINCY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Ridenour, B. - DE, BAY.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Nance, A. - RB, BAY.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Wolfe, M. - FS, MD.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Ashley, F. - QB, MD.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Batista, M. - FS, MARS.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Whiting, B. - QB, UTEP.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Parra, J. - FS, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Luciano, C. - RB, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Yancey, B. - LB, NILL.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Evans, J. - RB, NILL.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Sloan, M. - CB, WYO.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Johnson, B. - WR, BOST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Kaufman, J. - LB, UCLA.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Johnson, J. - QB, UCLA.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Carroll, J. - DE, OLEMIS.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Bigelow, M. - WR, OLEMIS.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Herring, C. - LB, LALAF.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Harrell, H. - QB, IDAHO.

Game Recaps for Week 12

Panthers - 48, Fighting Irish - 20
Scarlet Knights - 32, Black Knights - 28
Tigers - 28, Seminoles - 20
Wolfpack - 34, Eagles - 31
Cavaliers - 45, Blue Devils - 27
Hurricanes - 42, Orange - 17
Mustangs - 28, Owls - 13
Tigers - 38, Huskies - 14
Bearcats - 40, Midshipmen - 28
Horned Frogs - 86, Red Raiders - 14
Bears - 67, Cyclones - 14
Mountaineers - 24, Wildcats - 21
Spartans - 44, Wolverines - 36
Mean Green - 52, Golden Panthers - 21
Owls - 28, Bulldogs - 25
Thundering Herd - 47, Blue Raiders - 21
Huskies - 52, RedHawks - 24
Chippewas - 26, Bulls - 16
Falcons - 48, Golden Flashes - 27
Cowboys - 45, Falcons - 24
Rebels - 51, Rams - 14
Rainbow Warriors - 36, Lobos - 14
Spartans - 43, Aggies - 34
Broncos - 41, Bulldogs - 24
Trojans - 27, Cardinal - 14
Ducks - 55, Sun Devils - 52
Wildcats - 54, Utes - 39
Bruins - 73, Buffaloes - 0
Gamecocks - 45, Commodores - 13
Tigers - 45, Wildcats - 20
Vandals - 48, Jaguars - 24
Red Wolves - 41, Trojans - 38
Warhawks - 38, Ragin' Cajuns - 26
Aggies - 50, Miners - 47
Cornhuskers - 36, Huskies - 17
Cardinals - 59, Golden Hurricane - 5
Golden Gophers - 59, Cardinals - 23
Aztecs - 42, Mountaineers - 37
Beavers - 39, Bobcats - 35
Hokies - 38, Hoosiers - 31
Terrapins - 80, Monarchs - 3
Wolf Pack - 48, Eagles - 17
Cougars - 31, Buckeyes - 28
Hawkeyes - 28, Cougars - 21
Bulls - 27, Panthers - 21
Fighting Illini - 23, Roadrunners - 7
Rebels - 44, Rockets - 31
Cougars - 32, Broncos - 31
Yellow Jackets - 48, Pirates - 20

Week 12: DT Dalton Walston (HOU) has suffered a major injury!

The Houston Cougars' DT Dalton Walston has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Anthony Jackson - FS

Hi fellow recruiting fans. I am glad to give you Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this rendition, we look closer at Anthony Jackson, an intriguing FS, who played high school football at LEXINGTON HS, OK. Jackson is ranked as a 4 star player, and 92 overall. He is 5' 9" tall, weighs 177 pounds and is 19 years old. Alright, let us get to what the scouts say!

He has been trained well, and it shows in the way he tackles. great technique.

Week 12 Recruiting Update

279 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 11.
4 star players committed this week: 43.
3 star players committed this week: 216.
2 star players committed this week: 7.
1 star players committed this week: 2.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was William Cary (a 5 star RB from MARINER HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 8) who committed to Miami (FL) Hurricanes.

Southeastern was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 39.

Auburn Tigers locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 10 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Jared McCombs - TE. He is ranked at 3

Total Recruits committed this season is 1310.

William Cary - RB commits to Miami (FL) Hurricanes.

William Cary has committed to the Hurricanes.
Cary 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 RB from MARINER HIGH SCHOOL.

Cary was also pursued by Maryland Terrapins

Titus Stroup - C commits to Maryland Terrapins.

Titus Stroup has committed to the Terrapins.
Stroup 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 C from THORNTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL.

Stroup was also pursued by Alabama Crimson Tide

Keneth Pope - CB commits to Miami (FL) Hurricanes.

Keneth Pope has committed to the Hurricanes.
Pope 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 WELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL.

Pope was also pursued by Alabama Crimson Tide

Southeastern News: Defense dominates for Rebels.

The Rebels D-Line is ransacking opponents so far this season with a total of 25 sacks, 0 forced fumbles and 92 tackles in 10 games.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 12

Gains:
UNLV Rebels blew out the Brigham Young Cougars : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Miami (OH) RedHawks beat the Arizona State Sun Devils : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Brigham Young Cougars were blown out by the UNLV Rebels : Prestige loss - 0.1
New Mexico State Aggies were blown out by the Georgia State Panthers : Prestige loss - 0.05
Arizona State Sun Devils could not even win against the Miami (OH) RedHawks : Prestige loss - 0.2

Miami (OH) RedHawks take home the upset victory!

The Miami (OH) RedHawks surprises everyone with an unlikely road win against Arizona State Sun Devils.
The Sun Devils never manage to take control of the game, while the RedHawks kept grinding and drove the victory home. The Sun Devils 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 RedHawks fans are ecstatic and are already entertaining thoughts about a cinderella future.

Utah Utes resigns Edward Davenport as DefensiveCoordinator

The Utes have announced that they have given Edward Davenport a new contract. Davenport will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 2.5 million per year.

Iowa Hawkeyes resigns Jerry Ortiz as DefensiveCoordinator

The Hawkeyes have announced that they have given Jerry Ortiz a new contract. Ortiz will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 4.5 million per year.

Ohio State Buckeyes resigns Israel Davis as HeadCoach

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

Is Boudreaux a distraction or not??

According to rumors out of the Rockets locker room coaches cracking down on the behavior of Leon Boudreaux - SS. They want to make sure Boudreaux does not distract others from their preparation with his up and down antics.

Toledo Rockets prestige penalty - 0.05

Week 11: LB John Chapa (MASS) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Chapa absolutely dominated in the Minutemen 23-20 game with the Buffalo Bulls. He finished with 2 Tck, 1 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD.

Massachusetts Minutemen prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 11: QB Robert Rollins (BOST) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Boise State Broncos quarterback Robert Rollins has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Broncos defeated the Air Force Falcons, 66 to 16. Rollins did his part, throwing 6 touchdowns, completing 19 of 27 passes for 382 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 20 to 9, and a passer rating of 156.0.

Boise State Broncos prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 11 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Henderson, A. - SS, NC.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Nelms, J. - RB, LVILLE.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Reynolds, W. - LB, SFL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Summerlin, B. - QB, HOU.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Long, J. - LB, WVA.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Dugger, R. - WR, BAY.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Sutton, A. - LB, ILL.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Rodriguez, G. - WR, MICH.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Kenney, U. - FS, FAU.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Wolfe, S. - WR, NTX.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Chapa, J. - LB, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Gillis, J. - QB, NTDM.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Kellum, J. - SS, CMI.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Breedlove, S. - QB, MIAOH.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Whitson, R. - CB, SDST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Rollins, R. - QB, BOST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Libby, D. - CB, UCLA.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Mckinley, W. - WR, UTAH.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Peacock, E. - SS, LSU.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Gooch, R. - WR, LSU.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Bruce, M. - DE, GAST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Hanes, L. - WR, LALAF.

Game Recaps for Week 11

Fighting Irish - 35, Wolverines - 34
Mean Green - 28, Black Knights - 24
Rebels - 59, Cougars - 13
Minutemen - 23, Bulls - 20
Tigers - 37, Eagles - 27
Wolfpack - 26, Demon Deacons - 24
Cardinals - 44, Orange - 23
Hokies - 38, Seminoles - 23
Cavaliers - 37, Panthers - 34
Tar Heels - 35, Blue Devils - 19
Bulls - 27, Owls - 7
Cougars - 52, Knights - 21
Green Wave - 44, Pirates - 9
Bearcats - 41, Tigers - 17
Midshipmen - 35, Golden Hurricane - 31
Bears - 44, Horned Frogs - 26
Sooners - 38, Red Raiders - 35
Mountaineers - 40, Cowboys - 36
Longhorns - 34, Jayhawks - 31
Hawkeyes - 35, Fighting Illini - 20
Cornhuskers - 34, Boilermakers - 20
Owls - 38, Blue Raiders - 20
Golden Eagles - 34, Miners - 13
Monarchs - 42, Golden Panthers - 28
Bulldogs - 48, Roadrunners - 13
49ers - 33, Thundering Herd - 28
Huskies - 17, Eagles - 13
Zips - 45, Cardinals - 42
Rockets - 40, Bobcats - 23
Falcons - 41, Broncos - 28
Broncos - 66, Falcons - 16
Rainbow Warriors - 33, Aggies - 22
Bulldogs - 51, Cowboys - 24
Aztecs - 41, Wolf Pack - 33
Ducks - 36, Huskies - 21
Utes - 48, Cardinal - 27
Cougars - 65, Buffaloes - 14
Bruins - 45, Wildcats - 31
Tigers - 56, Commodores - 31
Bulldogs - 31, Wildcats - 23
Gators - 41, Aggies - 9
Mountaineers - 56, Jaguars - 17
Trojans - 51, Eagles - 10
Bobcats - 30, Ragin' Cajuns - 24
Panthers - 58, Aggies - 10
Tigers - 50, Chippewas - 17
Tigers - 38, Badgers - 25
Golden Bears - 24, Golden Flashes - 21
RedHawks - 38, Sun Devils - 34
Mustangs - 37, Red Wolves - 31

Week 11: DE Boris Davis (GEO) has suffered a major injury!

The Georgia Bulldogs' DE Boris Davis has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Week 11: WR Donnell Toro (FAU) has suffered a major injury!

The Florida Atlantic Owls' WR Donnell Toro has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 11: G Michael Manuel (TEXAM) has suffered a major injury!

The Texas AM Aggies' G Michael Manuel has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Ralph Samson - T

Hello football supporters. I am pleased to present to you another edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. Here I present Ralph Samson, a talented T, graduating from WILCOX CENTRAL HIGH SCH, AL. Samson is a 4 star recruit, ranked 88. Samson is 6' 6" tall, weighs 304 pounds and is 19 years old. Here is our analysis:

Do not underestimate the strength this kid brings to the table. He can hold his own in the passing game. Will improve once he finetunes his technique, but he is already pretty good. If you watch the tape again, you can see he plays with nice instincts.

Ralph Samson has a received less then expected attention from recruiters. However, at least UNLV Rebels, Alabama Crimson Tide, Memphis Tigers have been in contact with Samson.

The consensus is that Samson will probably commit to the Crimson Tide. It will be interesting to see if this prediction holds true.

Week 11 Recruiting Update

190 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 3.
4 star players committed this week: 30.
3 star players committed this week: 154.
2 star players committed this week: 3.
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 Chase Park (a 5 star T from DONNA H S ranked at 1) who committed to Alabama Crimson Tide.

Big Ten was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 28.

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

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Jared McCombs - TE. He is ranked at 3

Total Recruits committed this season is 1031.

Chase Park - T commits to Alabama Crimson Tide.

Chase Park has committed to the Crimson Tide.
Park 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 DONNA H S.

Park was also pursued by Oklahoma Sooners, and Maryland Terrapins.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 11

Gains:
Boston College Eagles put the hammer on Syracuse Orange : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Buffalo Bulls put the hammer on Western Michigan Broncos : Prestige bonus + 0.15

Losses:
Syracuse Orange were crushed by the Boston College Eagles : Prestige loss - 0.1
Western Michigan Broncos were crushed by the Buffalo Bulls : Prestige loss - 0.2

Mountain West News: Aggies racking up yards!

The offense of the Aggies is slaying everybody this year, posting 4540 total yards and 360 points thus far in 10 games. Quarterback Alan Jackson - QB and receiver Shawn Maldonado - WR have clowned on opponents to the tune of 897 yards this season, while Running Back Jeffrey Swanson - RB has run for 868. The big boys up front has crushed the opposition for 245 pancakes this season while surrendering only 16 quarterback sacks.

Florida Gators resigns Eddie Lewis as HeadCoach

The Gators have announced that they have given Eddie Lewis a new contract. Lewis will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 7 years earning 9 million per year.

Stanford Cardinal resigns Santos Irwin as HeadCoach

The Cardinal have announced that they have given Santos Irwin a new contract. Irwin will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 5 years earning 5.5 million per year.

USC Trojans resigns Joseph Stewart as HeadCoach

The Trojans have announced that they have given Joseph Stewart a new contract. Stewart will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 3 years earning 9.5 million per year.

Western Kentucky Hilltoppers resigns Guadalupe Doucette as OffensiveCoordinator

The Hilltoppers have announced that they have given Guadalupe Doucette a new contract. Doucette will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 6 years earning 6.5 million per year.

Akron Zips resigns Vincent Vogel as OffensiveCoordinator

The Zips have announced that they have given Vincent Vogel a new contract. Vogel will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 5 years earning 3.5 million per year.

Rutgers Scarlet Knights resigns Sidney Stoker as HeadCoach

The Scarlet Knights have announced that they have given Sidney Stoker a new contract. Stoker will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 5 years earning 4.5 million per year.

Week 10: SS Roberto Stevens (LSU) wins Defensive Player of the Week

SS Stevens's ball hawking ability was on display in the Tigers 52-28 game with the Texas AM Aggies. He finished with 8 Tck, 4 Sck.

"Roberto has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Tigers Defensive Coordinator

Lousiana State Tigers prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 10: WR Edward Parker (MICH) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Parker's 8 rec, 198 yds, 4 TD effort led the way for the Michigan Wolverines. This weeks 198 receiving yards bring his season total to 864 yards with 12 touchdowns on the season.

"To Edward, 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." - Wolverines Coach

Michigan Wolverines prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 10 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Jones, C. - CB, BST.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Mullin, N. - WR, VA.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Wood, F. - FS, CFL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Grimes, P. - WR, TUL.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Flores, M. - LB, KAN.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Lerner, V. - WR, OKST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Jones, J. - FS, RUT.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Parker, E. - WR, MICH.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: France, K. - FS, RICE.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Wu, A. - WR, SMISS.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Laplante, S. - SS, NTDM.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Tracy, T. - WR, ARMY.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Wall, R. - SS, WMI.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Schmid, D. - WR, AKR.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Atkinson, M. - LB, NEV.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Rodriguez, D. - QB, SDST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Pantoja, P. - LB, ORST.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Massey, M. - QB, ARIZ.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Stevens, R. - SS, LSU.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Gooch, R. - WR, LSU.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Schwartz, J. - FS, TROY.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Bynum, M. - RB, LAMON.

Game Recaps for Week 10

Cardinal - 41, Fighting Irish - 3
Owls - 49, Black Knights - 30
Aggies - 35, Cougars - 28
Minutemen - 48, Falcons - 20
Eagles - 66, Orange - 21
Demon Deacons - 41, Seminoles - 37
Panthers - 35, Cardinals - 27
Cavaliers - 56, Wolfpack - 34
Blue Devils - 41, Yellow Jackets - 27
Midshipmen - 41, Pirates - 25
Knights - 57, Owls - 0
Huskies - 21, Bulls - 13
Green Wave - 31, Tigers - 24
Horned Frogs - 48, Longhorns - 31
Red Raiders - 49, Cyclones - 10
Bears - 47, Mountaineers - 10
Cowboys - 48, Jayhawks - 26
Wolverines - 38, Hoosiers - 35
Terrapins - 49, Cornhuskers - 41
Buckeyes - 38, Fighting Illini - 28
Badgers - 44, Spartans - 10
Scarlet Knights - 55, Hawkeyes - 35
Wildcats - 63, Boilermakers - 7
Golden Gophers - 49, Nittany Lions - 32
Hilltoppers - 39, Owls - 28
Golden Panthers - 27, Blue Raiders - 24
Miners - 39, Roadrunners - 28
49ers - 27, Monarchs - 24
Golden Eagles - 28, Mean Green - 24
Cardinals - 17, Huskies - 13
Eagles - 45, Chippewas - 10
Zips - 34, Bobcats - 24
Rockets - 38, RedHawks - 22
Bulls - 41, Broncos - 3
Falcons - 44, Lobos - 17
Wolf Pack - 33, Rams - 28
Spartans - 36, Bulldogs - 24
Broncos - 52, Aztecs - 38
Ducks - 44, Golden Bears - 7
Trojans - 49, Sun Devils - 21
Beavers - 34, Buffaloes - 7
Wildcats - 62, Huskies - 38
Utes - 49, Bruins - 21
Tigers - 52, Aggies - 28
Tigers - 69, Volunteers - 17
Bulldogs - 45, Tigers - 16
Crimson Tide - 38, Gamecocks - 31
Rebels - 45, Bulldogs - 31
Wildcats - 40, Razorbacks - 23
Gators - 38, Commodores - 17
Panthers - 20, Eagles - 17
Vandals - 35, Mountaineers - 27
Jaguars - 28, Aggies - 23
Warhawks - 54, Trojans - 19
Ragin' Cajuns - 45, Red Wolves - 21

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Thomas Phelps - CB

Howdy recruiting diehards. I am glad to give you Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this edition, I give you a review of Thomas Phelps. Phelps is a young CB, coming out of KARL G MAESER PREPARATORY ACADEMY, UT. His ranking of 78 nationally, makes Phelps a 4 star recruit. Phelps is 19 years old, weighs 187 pounds and is 6' 1" tall. Alright, let us get down to brass tax.

Known for helping out teammates, if they hit a rough patch, whether it is on the field or in their personal lives. His love for winning leads him to push himself hard, setting an example for everyone. Is fast enough to be asked to cover most receivers and deliver good results.

Baylor Bears are rumored to be chasing the promising CB.

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

Week 10 Recruiting Update

179 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 5.
4 star players committed this week: 32.
3 star players committed this week: 135.
2 star players committed this week: 7.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Marvin Post (a 5 star WR from WEST SPRINGFIELD HIGH ranked at 2) who committed to Maryland Terrapins.

Pac-12 was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 26.

Boise State Broncos locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 7 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Chase Park - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 841.

David Eddy - QB commits to Maryland Terrapins.

David Eddy has committed to the Terrapins.
Eddy 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 SANTA FE HS.

Eddy was also pursued by Oklahoma Sooners, and Alabama Crimson Tide.

Marvin Post - WR commits to Maryland Terrapins.

Marvin Post has committed to the Terrapins.
Post 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 WEST SPRINGFIELD HIGH.

Post was also pursued by Ohio State Buckeyes, Clemson Tigers, and Alabama Crimson Tide.

League News: Top receiver trio?

The Volunteers trio of Kevin Carrion - WR, Kelly Copeland - WR and Johnny Noble - WR are currently the leading trio of catchers in the league, with 2853 receiving yards between the three.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 10

Gains:
South Carolina Gamecocks lit up the scoreboard against the Florida Gators : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
Florida Gators were blown out by the South Carolina Gamecocks : Prestige loss - 0.1

Ohio State Buckeyes resigns Sean Starks as OffensiveCoordinator

The Buckeyes have announced that they have given Sean Starks a new contract. Starks will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 4 years earning 4 million per year.

Miami (FL) Hurricanes resigns Tyler Burrell as HeadCoach

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

Virginia Cavaliers resigns Alexander Sprague as HeadCoach

The Cavaliers have announced that they have given Alexander Sprague a new contract. Sprague will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 5 years earning 7.5 million per year.

Week 9: LB Danny Pearce (BALL) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Pearce absolutely dominated in the Golden Flashes 30-24 game with the Ball State Cardinals. He finished with 9 Tck, 4 Sck.

Ball State Cardinals prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 9: RB Joshua Bland (TEXST) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Week 9's Offensive Player of the Week is Running Back Joshua Bland. His 19 att, 284 yds, 4 TD performance stood out in the 66 to 3 victory for the Texas State Bobcats.

The gridiron star is racking up the rushing yards and now has 1327 Yards and 13 Touchdowns for the season.

Texas State Bobcats prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 9 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Lance, H. - SS, SYR.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Longo, D. - QB, NC.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Parker, S. - LB, CFL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Summerlin, B. - QB, HOU.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Craig, D. - LB, WVA.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Ashmore, R. - QB, OK.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Brooks, C. - DE, MD.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Mackey, R. - WR, OHST.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Rodriguez, D. - LB, FINT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Baldwin, R. - WR, RICE.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Guzman, T. - LB, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Poirier, J. - QB, MASS.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Pearce, D. - LB, BALL.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Butler, H. - WR, TOL.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Hayes, W. - DT, WYO.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Jackson, A. - QB, UTST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Doolittle, S. - DE, USC.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Ray, B. - WR, OR.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Slater, G. - LB, OLEMIS.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Staples, C. - RB, OLEMIS.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Bundy, R. - CB, GAST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Bland, J. - RB, TEXST.

Game Recaps for Week 9

Midshipmen - 34, Fighting Irish - 24
Minutemen - 48, Zips - 33
Cardinals - 34, Demon Deacons - 20
Eagles - 39, Seminoles - 32
Tigers - 41, Orange - 10
Tar Heels - 55, Yellow Jackets - 20
Hokies - 38, Cavaliers - 9
Hurricanes - 33, Panthers - 20
Huskies - 21, Owls - 10
Bulls - 52, Bearcats - 21
Knights - 52, Golden Hurricane - 14
Cougars - 42, Green Wave - 16
Pirates - 31, Mustangs - 30
Sooners - 45, Cyclones - 24
Longhorns - 30, Cowboys - 24
Mountaineers - 37, Horned Frogs - 21
Red Raiders - 45, Jayhawks - 10
Terrapins - 59, Spartans - 3
Scarlet Knights - 48, Hoosiers - 30
Buckeyes - 45, Nittany Lions - 42
Badgers - 26, Cornhuskers - 16
Wildcats - 34, Hawkeyes - 29
Golden Gophers - 43, Fighting Illini - 17
Golden Panthers - 38, Owls - 20
Hilltoppers - 28, Blue Raiders - 23
Owls - 40, Miners - 10
Monarchs - 34, Golden Eagles - 30
Roadrunners - 28, 49ers - 25
Thundering Herd - 34, Bulldogs - 31
Huskies - 41, Chippewas - 10
Rockets - 34, Falcons - 21
Broncos - 26, Eagles - 17
Golden Flashes - 30, Cardinals - 24
Bobcats - 36, Bulls - 33
Rams - 41, Broncos - 24
Cowboys - 51, Lobos - 31
Aggies - 45, Aztecs - 27
Rebels - 37, Spartans - 6
Bulldogs - 34, Wolf Pack - 21
Beavers - 42, Cardinal - 28
Ducks - 61, Cougars - 39
Utes - 48, Sun Devils - 24
Wildcats - 45, Golden Bears - 35
Trojans - 28, Bruins - 14
Tigers - 42, Bulldogs - 24
Tigers - 41, Crimson Tide - 38
Rebels - 31, Razorbacks - 14
Gamecocks - 45, Gators - 7
Tigers - 38, Bulldogs - 3
Volunteers - 41, Wildcats - 14
Warhawks - 35, Vandals - 14
Bobcats - 66, Aggies - 3
Ragin' Cajuns - 52, Eagles - 7
Mountaineers - 45, Red Wolves - 10
Panthers - 42, Trojans - 21
Wolverines - 27, Tigers - 24
Wildcats - 31, Blue Devils - 20

Week 9: LB Thomas Whitfield (MEM) has suffered a major injury!

The Memphis Tigers' LB Thomas Whitfield has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Week 9: C Charles Madrid (CMI) has suffered a major injury!

The Central Michigan Chippewas' C Charles Madrid has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 9: TE Claude Warner (TULSA) has suffered a major injury!

The Tulsa Golden Hurricane' TE Claude Warner has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 9: G Jeffery Rice (TXSA) has suffered a major injury!

The Texas San Antonio Roadrunners' G Jeffery Rice has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Kenneth Owens - SS

Hey football addicts. I am pleased to present to you another edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this edition, we will look closer at Kenneth Owens, an interesting SS, out of MN specifically, BLAINE SENIOR HIGH. Owens is a 4 star recruit, and his overall ranking is 64. The 19 year old Owens, weighs 204 pounds and is 6' 0" tall. Alright, let us get down to business!

You cannot coach speed. Even if you could, this guy would not need it. It is clear from his tape, that he wraps up well on tackles. Plays with great insticts.

A lot of teams are vying for a commitment from the young SS. The number of teams that have approached Kenneth Owens is not insignificant. Combining multiple media reports, the list of teams that have been in contact include at least the following: Baylor Bears, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Wisconsin Badgers, Lousiana State Tigers.

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

Week 9 Recruiting Update

160 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 2.
4 star players committed this week: 24.
3 star players committed this week: 126.
2 star players committed this week: 8.
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 James Ruffin (a 5 star T from PRESIDENT WILLIAM MCKINLEY HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 25) who committed to USC Trojans.

Pac-12 was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 23.

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

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Chase Park - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 662.

Mid-American News: Buffalo Bulls: A no Pass Zone.

Bulls pass defense this year has been going nuts this season, giving up only 1469 in 6 games. Said one offensive coach, 'They force you to really think up new things..

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 9

Gains:
Utah Utes lit up the scoreboard against the Brigham Young Cougars : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Virginia Cavaliers played with authority against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets : Prestige bonus + 0.05
San Jose State Spartans blew out the Nevada Wolf Pack : Prestige bonus + 0.15
UNLV Rebels vastly outscored the Fresno State Bulldogs : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
Brigham Young Cougars were crushed by the Utah Utes : Prestige loss - 0.1
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets were blown out by the Virginia Cavaliers : Prestige loss - 0.1
Nevada Wolf Pack were no match for the San Jose State Spartans : Prestige loss - 0.2
Fresno State Bulldogs was walked all over by the UNLV Rebels : Prestige loss - 0.1

Changes:
Nevada Wolf Pack decrease to 73 prestige.

Colorado State Rams resigns Max Hendrix as OffensiveCoordinator

The Rams have announced that they have given Max Hendrix a new contract. Hendrix will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 6 years earning 4.5 million per year.

Iowa Hawkeyes resigns Jeffrey Jefferies as OffensiveCoordinator

The Hawkeyes have announced that they have given Jeffrey Jefferies a new contract. Jefferies will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 5 years earning 3.5 million per year.

Kansas Jayhawks fire Donald Kline!

The Kansas Jayhawks have announced that Donald Kline will no longer be their Head Coach. Instead they have hired Edward Chilton as an interim replacement to see out the season. Everyone knew the season was lost at this point, but the Kansas Jayhawks apparently wanted to get a head start on changing the atmosphere.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets resigns Max Silva as HeadCoach

The Yellow Jackets have announced that they have given Max Silva a new contract. Silva will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 2 years earning 9 million per year.

Week 8: LB Richard Rosado (WYO) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Rosado absolutely dominated in the Cowboys 47-41 game with the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. He finished with 7 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 Int.

Wyoming Cowboys prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 8: QB James Brim (TENN) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Tennessee Volunteers quarterback James Brim has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Volunteers defeated the Mississippi Rebels, 58 to 45. Brim did his part, throwing 6 touchdowns, completing 31 of 47 passes for 533 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 19 to 2, and a passer rating of 188.3.

Tennessee Volunteers prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 8 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Bankston, L. - LB, BST.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Miller, J. - QB, MIAFL.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Hubbard, E. - CB, CFL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Buss, E. - WR, CFL.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Hill, M. - CB, TXCH.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Bradley, C. - QB, OKST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Marchand, G. - DE, MINN.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Davis, R. - QB, NWST.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Rodriguez, D. - LB, FINT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Reese, C. - QB, NTX.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Lilly, N. - SS, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Pugh, M. - RB, MASS.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Chambers, A. - SS, AKR.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Breeden, D. - QB, CMI.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Rosado, R. - LB, WYO.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Moore, D. - QB, WYO.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Falk, D. - FS, CAL.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Shelby, G. - WR, CAL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Sullivan, L. - LB, MSST.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Brim, J. - QB, TENN.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Olivarez, F. - CB, ARKST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Harrell, H. - QB, IDAHO.

Game Recaps for Week 8

Owls - 51, Black Knights - 10
Utes - 48, Cougars - 7
Minutemen - 31, Golden Panthers - 20
Eagles - 40, Demon Deacons - 28
Tigers - 51, Cardinals - 31
Panthers - 48, Tar Heels - 37
Hurricanes - 56, Hokies - 31
Cavaliers - 48, Yellow Jackets - 6
Knights - 49, Bearcats - 23
Huskies - 28, Mustangs - 21
Bulls - 23, Pirates - 20
Golden Hurricane - 48, Green Wave - 17
Tigers - 32, Cougars - 28
Sooners - 48, Mountaineers - 34
Longhorns - 45, Red Raiders - 24
Cowboys - 52, Cyclones - 7
Horned Frogs - 48, Jayhawks - 6
Bears - 41, Wildcats - 31
Hoosiers - 38, Spartans - 17
Buckeyes - 40, Scarlet Knights - 27
Terrapins - 56, Nittany Lions - 31
Cornhuskers - 49, Wildcats - 32
Hawkeyes - 30, Golden Gophers - 17
Badgers - 63, Boilermakers - 10
Hilltoppers - 47, Golden Eagles - 13
Owls - 49, 49ers - 6
Thundering Herd - 35, Miners - 19
Owls - 28, Roadrunners - 22
Mean Green - 62, Bulldogs - 55
Cardinals - 27, Broncos - 13
Chippewas - 32, RedHawks - 29
Eagles - 38, Rockets - 30
Golden Flashes - 24, Bobcats - 20
Zips - 23, Bulls - 20
Broncos - 49, Lobos - 3
Cowboys - 47, Rainbow Warriors - 41
Rams - 31, Aggies - 17
Spartans - 42, Wolf Pack - 0
Rebels - 61, Bulldogs - 10
Golden Bears - 38, Cardinal - 31
Huskies - 41, Buffaloes - 0
Bruins - 52, Beavers - 31
Cougars - 48, Sun Devils - 28
Trojans - 59, Wildcats - 10
Bulldogs - 35, Aggies - 28
Crimson Tide - 49, Razorbacks - 17
Tigers - 49, Tigers - 35
Volunteers - 58, Rebels - 45
Gators - 45, Tigers - 38
Bulldogs - 42, Gamecocks - 39
Bobcats - 27, Warhawks - 17
Red Wolves - 35, Jaguars - 31
Trojans - 58, Aggies - 25
Vandals - 55, Eagles - 7
Ragin' Cajuns - 56, Mountaineers - 13

Week 8: T Timothy Graves (CLEM) has suffered a major injury!

The Clemson Tigers' T Timothy Graves has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 8: CB James Page (NWST) has suffered a major injury!

The Northwestern Wildcats' CB James Page has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 8: TE Ryan Rogers (SJST) has suffered a major injury!

The San Jose State Spartans' TE Ryan Rogers has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 8: DT Dennis Batson (TOL) has suffered a major injury!

The Toledo Rockets' DT Dennis Batson has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: David Warren - DE

Welcome fellow recruiting enthusiasts, here comes another installment of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this edition, I give you a review of David Warren, an accomplished DE, who played high school football at CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL, TN. Warren is a 4 star player, and his overall ranking is 54. Warren is 18 years old, weighs 250 pounds and is 6' 4" tall. This is what we know:

Known among his teammates as a bit of a goofball, but never in a bad way. The kind that keeps spirits high even when a season goes south. He is alert and makes smart decisions to developments in the play.

A few teams are competing for the signature of the promising DE. The list of teams appears to include Ohio State Buckeyes, Baylor Bears.

The fans of Ohio State Buckeyes are ecstatic about a rumor that David Warren is coming to their program.

Week 8 Recruiting Update

160 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 4.
4 star players committed this week: 40.
3 star players committed this week: 112.
2 star players committed this week: 4.
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 Julius Rankin (a 5 star QB from PAULDING COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 21) who committed to Baylor Bears.

Southeastern was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 28.

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

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Chase Park - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 502.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 8

Gains:
Charlotte 49ers upset the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers : Prestige bonus + 0.3

Losses:
Connecticut Huskies was walked all over by the Tulsa Golden Hurricane : Prestige loss - 0.05
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers failed miserably against the Charlotte 49ers : Prestige loss - 0.4
Vanderbilt Commodores were blown out by the Georgia Bulldogs : Prestige loss - 0.05
Troy Trojans were blown out by the Appalachian State Mountaineers : Prestige loss - 0.05

League News: Maryland Terrapins defense dominates!

The Terrapins' defense is showing how it is done this season. In 7 games they’ve surrendered only 1429 total yards and 80 points. Michael Stokes - LB is the anchor of the defense with 34 tackles on the year. Could the Terrapins become a defining defense for the league?

Charlotte 49ers upset the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers!

With an outstanding effort the Charlotte 49ers pull off the upset against Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.
Everyone had expected the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers to handle the Charlotte 49ers with ease, but the 49ers 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.

USC Trojans resigns Joshua Cline as DefensiveCoordinator

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

Oregon State Beavers resigns Jay Daugherty as OffensiveCoordinator

The Beavers have announced that they have given Jay Daugherty a new contract. Daugherty will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 3 years earning 5.5 million per year.

Akron Zips resigns Michael Woo as HeadCoach

The Zips have announced that they have given Michael Woo a new contract. Woo will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 3 years earning 5.5 million per year.

Nebraska Cornhuskers resigns Austin Pace as DefensiveCoordinator

The Cornhuskers have announced that they have given Austin Pace a new contract. Pace will continue to serve as DefensiveCoordinator for 2 years earning 5.5 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 8 years earning 7 million per year.

Tulane Green Wave resigns Shayne Cox as HeadCoach

The Green Wave have announced that they have given Shayne Cox a new contract. Cox will continue to serve as HeadCoach for 4 years earning 6 million per year.

Central Florida Knights resigns Peter Boatright as OffensiveCoordinator

The Knights have announced that they have given Peter Boatright a new contract. Boatright will continue to serve as OffensiveCoordinator for 6 years earning 9 million per year.

Week 7: RB Mike Bynum (LAMON) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Week 7's Offensive Player of the Week is Running Back Mike Bynum. His 41 att, 336 yds, 4 TD performance stood out in the 38 to 0 victory for the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks.

The gridiron star is racking up the rushing yards and now has 1901 Yards and 24 Touchdowns for the season.

Louisiana Monroe Warhawks prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 7: FS James Linton (LAT) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS James Linton of the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Linton finished with 6 Tck, 4 Int, 1 Def TD.

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 7 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Barrios, B. - SS, VT.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Elmore, N. - WR, CLEM.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Cloud, A. - LB, CINCY.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Williams, C. - QB, CFL.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Herrmann, W. - CB, TX.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Sullivan, P. - WR, OKST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Ojeda, D. - DT, MD.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Frasier, L. - WR, OHST.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Linton, J. - FS, LAT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Rickard, D. - QB, MARS.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Montero, K. - CB, BYU.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Schmidt, E. - RB, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Kaufman, K. - DT, BALL.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Eaves, A. - QB, OH.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Burton, M. - FS, UTST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Jackson, A. - QB, UTST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Berger, W. - CB, USC.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Ritchey, H. - QB, AZST.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Conrad, G. - SS, LSU.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Lively, G. - QB, BAMA.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Rowe, J. - LB, GASO.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Bynum, M. - RB, LAMON.

Game Recaps for Week 7

Spartans - 31, Fighting Irish - 17
Cougars - 37, Minutemen - 24
Panthers - 17, Demon Deacons - 14
Eagles - 47, Cavaliers - 14
Seminoles - 31, Cardinals - 14
Wolfpack - 24, Orange - 17
Tigers - 49, Tar Heels - 3
Yellow Jackets - 34, Hurricanes - 27
Hokies - 37, Blue Devils - 34
Bearcats - 42, Owls - 13
Golden Hurricane - 50, Huskies - 14
Knights - 45, Pirates - 18
Cougars - 42, Mustangs - 21
Green Wave - 27, Bulls - 24
Horned Frogs - 38, Sooners - 34
Longhorns - 38, Mountaineers - 35
Wildcats - 59, Cyclones - 14
Cowboys - 42, Red Raiders - 35
Bears - 66, Jayhawks - 10
Buckeyes - 45, Hoosiers - 20
Terrapins - 80, Wolverines - 7
Scarlet Knights - 38, Nittany Lions - 24
Golden Gophers - 49, Cornhuskers - 17
Fighting Illini - 41, Boilermakers - 10
Badgers - 29, Hawkeyes - 14
Owls - 38, Golden Panthers - 27
Bulldogs - 70, Golden Eagles - 28
Thundering Herd - 48, Owls - 38
49ers - 31, Hilltoppers - 24
Mean Green - 41, Miners - 38
Monarchs - 37, Roadrunners - 13
Huskies - 42, Broncos - 13
Chippewas - 38, Golden Flashes - 3
Cardinals - 33, Rockets - 10
Zips - 48, RedHawks - 7
Bobcats - 58, Eagles - 52
Broncos - 48, Wolf Pack - 34
Aggies - 59, Cowboys - 31
Rams - 59, Lobos - 30
Bulldogs - 45, Falcons - 13
Rebels - 52, Rainbow Warriors - 17
Golden Bears - 37, Cougars - 6
Cardinal - 26, Bruins - 24
Utes - 51, Huskies - 27
Trojans - 69, Buffaloes - 7
Beavers - 34, Sun Devils - 31
Tigers - 61, Razorbacks - 17
Crimson Tide - 69, Bulldogs - 35
Tigers - 48, Rebels - 13
Gamecocks - 59, Aggies - 24
Tigers - 48, Volunteers - 27
Bulldogs - 73, Commodores - 21
Gators - 52, Wildcats - 14
Warhawks - 38, Aggies - 0
Vandals - 47, Panthers - 21
Bobcats - 35, Red Wolves - 17
Jaguars - 34, Eagles - 16
Mountaineers - 52, Trojans - 10

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Chris Allen - FS

Hey my fellow football diehards. I here bring you another part of the Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this edition, I present to you a report card on Chris Allen. Allen is a young FS, and star of the NORTHWEST PA COLLEGIATE ACADEMY (PA) football program. His ranking of 45 nationally, makes him a 5 star recruit. He weighs in at 192 pounds, is 6' 4" tall, at the age of 18. Alright, let us get down to business!

He is fundamentally a good kid. You rarely see him commit stupid penalties. Here you have a guy, who really benefits the atmosphere in the building. Everyone wants to be around him. This kid never gives up, losing is unacceptable to him. Has the speed to stay close to his man. While not elite, he has enough speed that you can do a lot of different things with him. Pretty smart.

A few teams are competing for the signature of the promising FS. The list of teams appears to include Baylor Bears.

Allen had no comment, when asked recently about where he planned to play next year.

Week 7 Recruiting Update

120 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 18.
3 star players committed this week: 100.
2 star players committed this week: 2.
1 star players committed this week: 0.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Leonardo Day (a 4 star DT from KAIMUKI HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 33) who committed to USC Trojans.

Atlantic Coast was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 22.

Florida State Seminoles locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 4 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Chase Park - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 342.

Mountain West News: Fresno State Bulldogs: A no Pass Zone.

Bulldogs pass defense this year has been lights-out this season, giving up only 1163 in 5 games. Said one member of the defensive backfield, ‘We don’t back down from anybody. That’s our key to success. You put a 6’5 receiver out there, we play like we’re 6’6.’.

Week 6: CB Jesus Jensen (LAMON) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Jensen's ball hawking ability was on display in the Warhawks 54-13 game with the Georgia State Panthers. He finished with 9 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Sfty.

"Jesus has the unique ability to make plays and generate turnovers." -Warhawks Defensive Coordinator

Louisiana Monroe Warhawks prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 6: QB Harry Harrell (IDAHO) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Idaho Vandals quarterback Harry Harrell has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Vandals defeated the Arkansas State Red Wolves, 45 to 26. Harrell did his part, throwing 6 touchdowns, completing 38 of 56 passes for 463 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 22 to 6, and a passer rating of 160.7.

Idaho Vandals prestige bonus + 0.05

Peek in trouble again?

Golden Panthers have confirmed that they have made Richard Peek - RB available for federal investigators. Richard Peek - RB is at it again, it seems. Clearly, after 3 seasons in the league, Richard Peek - RB simply cannot separate himself from his earlier lifestyle and friends. Whether this turns out to be a disciplinary issue or not, Peek needs to be on the straight and narrow if he wants to stay employed in this league.

Florida International Golden Panthers prestige penalty - 0.05

Week 6 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: McCarthy, W. - CB, VT.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Bauman, D. - WR, WFST.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Weller, K. - LB, ECAR.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Lund, R. - WR, HOU.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Crayton, D. - CB, TXCH.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Briggs, J. - QB, TXCH.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Hammett, W. - LB, IND.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Fair, S. - WR, IOWA.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Casteel, T. - LB, MT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Bandy, L. - QB, WKY.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Harris, R. - CB, ARMY.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Schoonover, N. - QB, ARMY.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Lewis, N. - LB, WMI.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Mcdaniel, J. - WR, MIAOH.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Lopez, B. - DT, SDST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Hirsch, J. - QB, FRES.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Berger, W. - CB, USC.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Maynard, J. - QB, STAN.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Quinn, F. - LB, KY.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Brim, J. - QB, TENN.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Jensen, J. - CB, LAMON.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Harrell, H. - QB, IDAHO.

Game Recaps for Week 6

Black Knights - 45, Demon Deacons - 24
Cougars - 27, Bruins - 6
Cardinals - 28, Eagles - 17
Wolfpack - 30, Seminoles - 23
Tigers - 35, Yellow Jackets - 24
Hokies - 45, Orange - 31
Hurricanes - 45, Tar Heels - 7
Panthers - 37, Blue Devils - 14
Golden Hurricane - 15, Bearcats - 14
Midshipmen - 34, Knights - 14
Pirates - 67, Huskies - 35
Green Wave - 35, Owls - 31
Cougars - 28, Bulls - 21
Tigers - 45, Mustangs - 27
Sooners - 47, Longhorns - 24
Horned Frogs - 58, Cyclones - 38
Cowboys - 31, Wildcats - 21
Bears - 49, Red Raiders - 24
Mountaineers - 62, Jayhawks - 3
Hoosiers - 47, Fighting Illini - 18
Scarlet Knights - 37, Spartans - 27
Terrapins - 38, Buckeyes - 7
Cornhuskers - 55, Wolverines - 28
Hawkeyes - 42, Nittany Lions - 22
Badgers - 53, Wildcats - 32
Golden Gophers - 56, Boilermakers - 0
Hilltoppers - 52, Golden Panthers - 31
Bulldogs - 76, Miners - 3
Owls - 45, Monarchs - 24
49ers - 27, Blue Raiders - 19
Golden Eagles - 26, Roadrunners - 23
Thundering Herd - 42, Mean Green - 34
Broncos - 45, Golden Flashes - 28
Cardinals - 35, Falcons - 28
Rockets - 34, Chippewas - 17
Bobcats - 45, Huskies - 28
Zips - 51, Eagles - 26
RedHawks - 31, Bulls - 24
Broncos - 44, Aggies - 37
Aztecs - 47, Rams - 28
Wolf Pack - 51, Cowboys - 7
Spartans - 50, Lobos - 3
Rebels - 54, Falcons - 16
Bulldogs - 87, Rainbow Warriors - 0
Golden Bears - 59, Utes - 38
Huskies - 35, Beavers - 21
Cardinal - 45, Cougars - 42
Trojans - 57, Ducks - 31
Wildcats - 34, Buffaloes - 17
Razorbacks - 33, Bulldogs - 23
Gators - 42, Tigers - 28
Rebels - 34, Crimson Tide - 27
Tigers - 48, Aggies - 27
Volunteers - 51, Bulldogs - 31
Wildcats - 34, Commodores - 24
Gamecocks - 39, Tigers - 28
Warhawks - 54, Panthers - 13
Bobcats - 42, Eagles - 13
Vandals - 45, Red Wolves - 26
Mountaineers - 44, Aggies - 33
Ragin' Cajuns - 59, Trojans - 7
Minutemen - 24, Fighting Irish - 10

Week 6: C Richard Toler (MD) has suffered a major injury!

The Maryland Terrapins' C Richard Toler has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 6: LB George Cox (PITT) has suffered a major injury!

The Pittsburgh Panthers' LB George Cox has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: John Vazquez - LB

Hello football devotees, happy you are here for a brand new edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. In this round, I target John Vazquez. Vazquez is a talented LB, out of CA specifically, RIVERDALE HIGH. His ranking of 35 nationally, makes Vazquez a 5 star player. Vazquez is 19 years old, weighs 209 pounds and is 5' 11" tall. OK, let us get down to business!

His leadership is through the roof. He is on the frontline, always. The guy has his head on straight. Football is a team sport, and he knows it. Well trained tackler. Sufficiently strong that bull rushing opponents is not off the table. Gives him more options on the field. Is fast enough to get sacks. Is fast enough to contain outside runs. Those are the players you look for at the Linebacker position.

UNLV Rebels, Baylor Bears, Auburn Tigers are rumored to be interested in Vazquez.

Vazquez has made public that he is currently leaning toward Baylor Bears. However, no final decision has been made.

Week 6 Recruiting Update

76 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 8.
3 star players committed this week: 67.
2 star players committed this week: 1.
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 Billy Adam (a 4 star LB from MADISON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 110) who committed to Mississippi Rebels.

Big Ten was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 14.

Tulane Green Wave locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 3 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Chase Park - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 222.

Big Ten News: Top receiver trio?

The Terrapins trio of Edward Brown - WR, James O'Malley - WR and Robert Diaz - WR are currently the leading trio of receivers in the league, with 1496 receiving yards between the three.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 6

Gains:
Brigham Young Cougars put the hammer on Boise State Broncos : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Wyoming Cowboys win against the Colorado State Rams : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Auburn Tigers played with authority against the Missouri Tigers : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
Boise State Broncos were blown out by the Brigham Young Cougars : Prestige loss - 0.1
Colorado State Rams could not even win against the Wyoming Cowboys : Prestige loss - 0.2
Missouri Tigers were blown out by the Auburn Tigers : Prestige loss - 0.1
Troy Trojans was walked all over by the Idaho Vandals : Prestige loss - 0.05

Wyoming Cowboys Catch the Colorado State Rams by surprise!

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

Week 5: LB John Simmons (LAT) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Simmons absolutely dominated in the Bulldogs 46-3 game with the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. He finished with 6 Tck, 3 Sck.

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 5: WR William Mckinley (UTAH) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Mckinley's 11 rec, 302 yds, 2 TD effort led the way for the Utah Utes. This weeks 302 receiving yards bring his season total to 700 yards with 8 touchdowns on the season.

"To William, 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." - Utes Coach

Utah Utes prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 5 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Arsenault, S. - SS, VA.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Guzman, J. - WR, CLEM.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Sheehan, F. - DE, TULSA.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Rosenberg, A. - QB, MEM.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Stanley, E. - DE, BAY.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Blunt, K. - RB, BAY.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Kent, C. - SS, IOWA.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Ashley, F. - QB, MD.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Simmons, J. - LB, LAT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Rickard, D. - QB, MARS.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Shultz, J. - FS, BYU.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Huddleston, F. - WR, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Coleman, B. - FS, CMI.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Brandt, R. - RB, KENT.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Ramos, P. - CB, NEV.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Hernandez, L. - WR, UNLV.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Polk, R. - DT, USC.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Mckinley, W. - WR, UTAH.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Crittenden, I. - FS, VAND.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Lively, G. - QB, BAMA.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Martin, E. - DE, IDAHO.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Bynum, M. - RB, LAMON.

Game Recaps for Week 5

Eagles - 41, Fighting Irish - 20
Cougars - 62, Broncos - 21
Orange - 45, Demon Deacons - 14
Hurricanes - 41, Cardinals - 34
Seminoles - 41, Blue Devils - 20
Tigers - 63, Wolfpack - 3
Cavaliers - 45, Tar Heels - 35
Yellow Jackets - 61, Hokies - 31
Pirates - 31, Bearcats - 21
Knights - 45, Huskies - 22
Cougars - 27, Owls - 17
Tigers - 34, Bulls - 14
Golden Hurricane - 53, Mustangs - 16
Green Wave - 30, Midshipmen - 23
Sooners - 35, Wildcats - 16
Bears - 55, Longhorns - 17
Cyclones - 51, Jayhawks - 24
Horned Frogs - 38, Cowboys - 33
Hoosiers - 66, Nittany Lions - 31
Golden Gophers - 43, Buckeyes - 40
Spartans - 28, Wildcats - 21
Scarlet Knights - 45, Wolverines - 24
Terrapins - 80, Badgers - 21
Fighting Illini - 34, Cornhuskers - 27
Hawkeyes - 22, Boilermakers - 10
Golden Panthers - 58, Golden Eagles - 24
Bulldogs - 46, Blue Raiders - 3
Owls - 27, Roadrunners - 6
Hilltoppers - 27, Miners - 17
Mean Green - 38, 49ers - 14
Thundering Herd - 40, Monarchs - 34
Rockets - 34, Broncos - 24
Chippewas - 60, Cardinals - 42
Zips - 34, Huskies - 30
Eagles - 37, Bulls - 17
Golden Flashes - 41, RedHawks - 9
Falcons - 33, Bobcats - 28
Cowboys - 45, Rams - 31
Aggies - 42, Falcons - 31
Rebels - 65, Lobos - 0
Wolf Pack - 73, Rainbow Warriors - 17
Spartans - 28, Aztecs - 21
Beavers - 30, Golden Bears - 20
Cardinal - 44, Huskies - 14
Trojans - 54, Cougars - 7
Ducks - 41, Wildcats - 31
Utes - 55, Buffaloes - 14
Bruins - 52, Sun Devils - 33
Razorbacks - 51, Commodores - 37
Tigers - 38, Rebels - 30
Bulldogs - 44, Bulldogs - 37
Tigers - 49, Tigers - 6
Crimson Tide - 34, Aggies - 7
Gators - 38, Volunteers - 34
Gamecocks - 59, Wildcats - 17
Warhawks - 44, Red Wolves - 13
Mountaineers - 34, Bobcats - 31
Vandals - 61, Trojans - 10
Aggies - 34, Eagles - 10
Panthers - 41, Jaguars - 34
Owls - 55, Minutemen - 31

Week 5: DT Alan Vasquez (TUL) has suffered a major injury!

The Tulane Green Wave' DT Alan Vasquez has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 5: DE Maxwell Jameson (VT) has suffered a major injury!

The Virginia Tech Hokies' DE Maxwell Jameson has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 5: G Matthew Clarke (IOWA) has suffered a major injury!

The Iowa Hawkeyes' G Matthew Clarke has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis: Luis Fleming - CB

Howdy readers, hope you will like more in detail analysis in this installment of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. Here I give you a report on Luis Fleming. Fleming is a talented CB, out of ANGLETON H S, TX. Fleming is ranked as a 5 star recruit, and 22 overall. He weighs in at 182 pounds, is 6' 0" tall, at the age of 19. Alright, let us get down to brass tax.

Respected for his good behavior on the field. His love for winning leads him to push himself hard, setting an example for everyone. A really smart kid.

Teams are competing for the signature of the promising CB. It is going to be a hard decision to make, when the list of teams includes Luis Fleming.

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

Week 5 Recruiting Update

68 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 12.
3 star players committed this week: 54.
2 star players committed this week: 1.
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 Andy Mills (a 4 star DT from FORD HIGH SCHOOL ranked at 163) who committed to Michigan State Spartans.

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

Florida State Seminoles locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 4 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Chase Park - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 146.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 5

Gains:
West Virginia Mountaineers put the hammer on Texas Tech Red Raiders : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Old Dominion Monarchs was not outmatched by the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers : Prestige bonus + 0.1
Buffalo Bulls upset the Bowling Green Falcons : Prestige bonus + 0.2
Colorado Buffaloes pull off a win against the Arizona State Sun Devils : Prestige bonus + 0.2

Losses:
Texas Tech Red Raiders were no match for the West Virginia Mountaineers : Prestige loss - 0.1
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers did not play well enough against the Old Dominion Monarchs : Prestige loss - 0.2
Eastern Michigan Eagles was walked all over by the Ball State Cardinals : Prestige loss - 0.05
Bowling Green Falcons could not even win against the Buffalo Bulls : Prestige loss - 0.2
Arizona State Sun Devils folded against the Colorado Buffaloes : Prestige loss - 0.2

League News: Big boys shows the way for the Utes.

The O-Line from Utes are smashing people with their line surge this year. They’ve given up only 10 sacks in 4 games while collecting 141 pancakes.

Buffalo Bulls pull off the upset!

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

Colorado Buffaloes upset the Arizona State Sun Devils!

The Colorado Buffaloes fans are celebrating after the Buffaloes took down the Arizona State Sun Devils.
In a superb effort the Buffaloes kept at it, and brought home the win. The Sun Devils 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.

Week 4: FS Myron Wolfe (MD) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS Myron Wolfe of the Maryland Terrapins has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Wolfe finished with 5 Tck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD.

Maryland Terrapins prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 4: QB Dana Sears (VT) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Virginia Tech Hokies quarterback Dana Sears has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Hokies defeated the North Carolina Tar Heels, 51 to 38. Sears did his part, throwing 4 touchdowns, completing 24 of 37 passes for 416 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 7 to 4, and a passer rating of 158.2.

Virginia Tech Hokies prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 4 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Zeigler, E. - CB, LVILLE.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Sears, D. - QB, VT.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Kruse, C. - LB, TUL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: West, M. - QB, CINCY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Rich, R. - LB, TXCH.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Browne, M. - QB, TX.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Wolfe, M. - FS, MD.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Ashley, F. - QB, MD.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Rowley, E. - CB, TXSA.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Vega, K. - QB, WKY.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Wheaton, E. - DT, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Schoonover, N. - QB, ARMY.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Cyr, J. - LB, CMI.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Begley, T. - WR, AKR.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Delagarza, J. - FS, BOST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Clemens, F. - WR, UNLV.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Grove, J. - SS, COL.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Griggs, T. - WR, CAL.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Benjamin, D. - LB, KY.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Lively, G. - QB, BAMA.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Smith, M. - LB, SAL.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Bynum, M. - RB, LAMON.

Game Recaps for Week 4

Black Knights - 45, Blue Devils - 38
Cougars - 42, Wildcats - 13
Eagles - 30, Minutemen - 22
Tigers - 45, Demon Deacons - 3
Cardinals - 38, Wolfpack - 31
Seminoles - 40, Orange - 24
Hokies - 51, Tar Heels - 38
Yellow Jackets - 31, Panthers - 7
Hurricanes - 52, Cavaliers - 14
Bearcats - 55, Huskies - 17
Knights - 35, Bulls - 28
Pirates - 24, Owls - 6
Cougars - 42, Golden Hurricane - 27
Green Wave - 43, Mustangs - 17
Tigers - 31, Midshipmen - 29
Sooners - 56, Jayhawks - 35
Longhorns - 77, Cyclones - 13
Bears - 45, Cowboys - 28
Horned Frogs - 35, Wildcats - 14
Mountaineers - 66, Red Raiders - 17
Terrapins - 73, Hoosiers - 3
Buckeyes - 55, Spartans - 23
Scarlet Knights - 58, Boilermakers - 3
Wolverines - 46, Nittany Lions - 28
Cornhuskers - 34, Hawkeyes - 24
Badgers - 41, Fighting Illini - 20
Golden Gophers - 49, Wildcats - 17
Golden Panthers - 56, 49ers - 34
Bulldogs - 52, Owls - 14
Hilltoppers - 35, Monarchs - 34
Miners - 38, Blue Raiders - 14
Owls - 42, Golden Eagles - 31
Roadrunners - 45, Mean Green - 43
Chippewas - 38, Broncos - 28
Cardinals - 48, Eagles - 10
Rockets - 38, Huskies - 10
Golden Flashes - 38, Zips - 35
Bobcats - 38, RedHawks - 31
Bulls - 35, Falcons - 14
Broncos - 58, Cowboys - 31
Rams - 52, Falcons - 0
Aggies - 56, Lobos - 10
Rebels - 20, Wolf Pack - 17
Spartans - 34, Rainbow Warriors - 0
Bulldogs - 35, Aztecs - 24
Golden Bears - 46, Huskies - 43
Cardinal - 34, Ducks - 17
Beavers - 45, Cougars - 23
Utes - 37, Trojans - 24
Buffaloes - 38, Sun Devils - 27
Tigers - 45, Razorbacks - 7
Tigers - 41, Bulldogs - 17
Crimson Tide - 73, Wildcats - 14
Rebels - 48, Aggies - 26
Gamecocks - 51, Volunteers - 13
Tigers - 48, Commodores - 24
Bulldogs - 41, Gators - 31
Warhawks - 48, Mountaineers - 32
Bobcats - 59, Panthers - 13
Vandals - 59, Aggies - 0
Eagles - 24, Red Wolves - 21
Ragin' Cajuns - 37, Jaguars - 27

Week 4: T Glenn McClain (CFL) has suffered a major injury!

The Central Florida Knights' T Glenn McClain has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 4: G John Haight (WASH) has suffered a major injury!

The Washington Huskies' G John Haight has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 4: G Floyd Pridgen (MIST) has suffered a major injury!

The Michigan State Spartans' G Floyd Pridgen has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis

Hello football enthusiasts. I am pleased to present to you another edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. As always, when we are this early in the season, we evaluate two of the five star players. OK, let us get to it.

Charles Gavin - TE:
Charles Gavin is an accomplished TE, graduating from PADRE ANIBAL REYES BELEN (SUP NUEVA), PR. Gavin is a 5 star player, ranked 16. Gavin is 6' 4" tall, clocks in at 231 pounds and is 19 years old.

Sportsmanship, love of the sport and respect, is what you get with him. This is the guy you want in the red zone. He will get the job done. Consistently makes good decisions on the field.

The amount of teams that appear interested in securing his signature is surprisingly limited. However, Maryland Terrapins have shown interest.

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

Adan Beane - RB:
Adan Beane is an interesting RB, out of FL specifically, RIVERDALE HIGH SCHOOL. Beane is a 5 star player, and his overall ranking is 20. Beane is 5' 11" tall, weighs 190 pounds and is 18 years old.

He is driven. He pushes himself. Known for helping out teammates, if they hit a rough patch, whether it is on the field or in their personal lives. This is a kid who will shoulder any blame. Nice fluid motion through the line. Coaches salivate over his blazing speed. Really strong for a kid his age.

As one of the better RB coming out of high school this year, Adan Beane is not without offers. Local news report that at least Miami (FL) Hurricanes have shown interest in bringing him into their program.

Persons acquainted with him say that Beane likely will commit to the Hurricanes. But whether that knowledge is reliable is hard to tell.

Week 4 Recruiting Update

48 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 7.
3 star players committed this week: 40.
2 star players committed this week: 1.
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 Jacob Shade (a 4 star RB from FRIENDSWOOD H S ranked at 213) who committed to Texas AM Aggies.

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

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

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Chase Park - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 78.

Atlantic Coast Recruiting News: Clemson Tigers to bring in tons of talent.

Having this amount of scholarships is a blessing but also poses a risk. Given the competition in Atlantic Coast, the Tigers 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 Miami (FL) Hurricanes with 20 open slots.

Week 3: RB Mike Bynum (LAMON) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Week 3's Offensive Player of the Week is Running Back Mike Bynum. His 48 att, 374 yds, 5 TD performance stood out in the 59 to 3 victory for the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks.

The gridiron star is racking up the rushing yards and now has 848 Yards and 11 Touchdowns for the season.

Louisiana Monroe Warhawks prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 3: CB Johnny Odom (TT) wins Defensive Player of the Week

CB Johnny Odom of the Texas Tech Red Raiders has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Odom finished with 10 Tck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR.

Texas Tech Red Raiders prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 3 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Myers, T. - CB, VT.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Sears, D. - QB, VT.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Krueger, O. - LB, SFL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Brown, T. - WR, SFL.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Odom, J. - CB, TT.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Sullivan, P. - WR, OKST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Mullins, J. - FS, MD.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Wise, T. - QB, MICH.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Overton, J. - CB, NTX.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Reese, C. - QB, NTX.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Lowe, R. - CB, NTDM.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Childers, E. - QB, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Wyman, J. - DE, NILL.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Benson, J. - QB, BUF.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Steen, D. - CB, AFA.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Rodriguez, D. - QB, SDST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Stewart, C. - SS, ARIZ.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Saenz, D. - WR, AZST.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Barney, B. - LB, FL.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Cummings, F. - QB, SC.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Estrada, C. - DE, GASO.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Bynum, M. - RB, LAMON.

Game Recaps for Week 3

Fighting Irish - 66, Boilermakers - 7
Ragin' Cajuns - 36, Midshipmen - 26
Bulldogs - 55, Cardinals - 24
Aggies - 35, Wolfpack - 14
Cornhuskers - 38, Bearcats - 20
Cougars - 48, Golden Eagles - 24
Red Raiders - 52, Cardinals - 13
Nittany Lions - 39, Knights - 31
Bulldogs - 37, Falcons - 3
Rams - 51, Blue Raiders - 7
Hawkeyes - 30, Rebels - 24
Vandals - 43, Utes - 29
Hokies - 37, Tigers - 34
Tigers - 75, Rockets - 7
Longhorns - 56, Tar Heels - 17
Bulls - 45, Falcons - 24
Ducks - 44, Black Knights - 10
Trojans - 34, Hurricanes - 27
Crimson Tide - 34, Badgers - 33
Volunteers - 53, Bruins - 31
Aztecs - 44, Huskies - 27
Terrapins - 58, Mustangs - 3
Wolf Pack - 37, Golden Flashes - 14
Beavers - 51, Owls - 27
Bobcats - 42, Panthers - 13
Orange - 59, Miners - 24
Owls - 26, Trojans - 20
Wildcats - 35, Pirates - 13
Sooners - 41, Golden Bears - 24
Wolverines - 45, Golden Hurricane - 31
Bobcats - 40, Hilltoppers - 21
Golden Panthers - 30, Aggies - 26
Eagles - 35, Scarlet Knights - 32
Gators - 28, Broncos - 17
Wildcats - 19, Jayhawks - 17
Tigers - 62, RedHawks - 17
Gamecocks - 52, Owls - 31
Mean Green - 39, Jaguars - 22
Zips - 38, Rainbow Warriors - 28
Eagles - 46, Lobos - 21
Red Wolves - 48, Roadrunners - 17
Wildcats - 31, Mountaineers - 27
Cougars - 39, Bulldogs - 28
Cavaliers - 49, Cougars - 10
Horned Frogs - 59, Golden Gophers - 21
Cowboys - 47, Commodores - 21
Buckeyes - 45, Bulldogs - 31
Fighting Illini - 41, Thundering Herd - 6
Huskies - 41, Spartans - 18
Green Wave - 41, Cardinal - 7
Bulls - 49, Buffaloes - 6
Sun Devils - 38, Rebels - 34
Aggies - 34, Hoosiers - 28
Wildcats - 33, Monarchs - 17
49ers - 32, Chippewas - 22
Tigers - 31, Tigers - 29
Warhawks - 59, Razorbacks - 3

Week 3: C Jeffery Thomas (LAMON) has suffered a major injury!

The Louisiana Monroe Warhawks' C Jeffery Thomas has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 3: CB Saul Ulrich (MIZZOU) has suffered a major injury!

The Missouri Tigers' CB Saul Ulrich has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 3: DT Kevin Milne (MT) has suffered a major injury!

The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders' DT Kevin Milne has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis

Welcome fellow football enthusiasts, happy you are here for a brand new edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. As usual, in these early season issues of Recruiting Watch, you get reports on two of the top players in the recruiting class. Now, down to business!

Titus Stroup - C:
Titus Stroup is a young C, from THORNTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL, IL. Stroup is a 5 star player, ranked 10. He is 18 years old, weighs 293 pounds and is 6' 3" tall.

Here you have a guy, who really benefits the atmosphere in the building. Everyone wants to be around him. This is a young man who, in terms of strength, can go toe to toe with the biggest defensive linemen. This kid is already a pretty good blocker in the running game. He will only get better as he refines his technique. He has shown in high school he can hold his own in pass blocking. He keeps good leverage and will only get better once college coaches get their hands on him.

An enticing prospect coming out of high school, Titus Stroup has his suitors. His high schoool released a list containing Maryland Terrapins that have contacted them regarding him.

I am told that Stroup unofficially told one of his former coaches, that he is leaning toward committing to Maryland Terrapins.

Franklin Miller - RB:
Franklin Miller is a blooming RB, out of FLAGLER-PALM COAST HIGH SCHOOL, FL. Miller is a 5 star recruit, ranked 7. Miller is 5' 11" tall, clocks in at 198 pounds and is 19 years old.

This is the kind of kid you want to promote the game. Well behaved, loves the game, and respectful. Here you have a guy, who really benefits the atmosphere in the building. Everyone wants to be around him. Nice movement, unpredictable yet fluid. He will turn the corner on you in a flash if you lose contain. So strong!

A few teams are competing for the signature of the promising RB. The list of teams appears to include Maryland Terrapins, Miami (FL) Hurricanes.

I am told that Miller unofficially told one of his former coaches, that he is leaning toward committing to Maryland Terrapins.

Week 3 Recruiting Update

30 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 6.
3 star players committed this week: 24.
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 Eric Simms (a 4 star T from LAFAYETTE HIGH ranked at 252) who committed to Virginia Tech Hokies.

Atlantic Coast was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 9.

Florida State Seminoles locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 2 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is Chase Park - T. He is ranked at 1

Total Recruits committed this season is 30.

Big Ten Recruiting News: Nittany Lions stacked with scholarships!

Having this amount of scholarships is a blessing but also poses a risk. Given the competition in Big Ten, the Nittany Lions 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 Big Ten with the least scholarships to offer this season is Purdue Boilermakers with 10 open slots.

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 3

Gains:
Texas San Antonio Roadrunners stood firm against the Missouri Tigers : Prestige bonus + 0.1

Losses:
Missouri Tigers did not play well enough against the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners : Prestige loss - 0.2

Week 2: QB Jesus Pierce (BALL) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Ball State Cardinals quarterback Jesus Pierce has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Gators defeated the Ball State Cardinals, 49 to 45. Pierce did his part, throwing 6 touchdowns, completing 42 of 57 passes for 516 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 8 to 2, and a passer rating of 156.1.

Ball State Cardinals prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 2: LB Isidro McCants (CLEM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Isidro McCants of the Clemson Tigers has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. McCants finished with 3 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD.

Clemson Tigers prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 2 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: McCants, I. - LB, CLEM.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Maxwell, C. - RB, WFST.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Sheehan, F. - DE, TULSA.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Smith, M. - RB, CINCY.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Adam, B. - CB, BAY.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Morrison, G. - QB, OKST.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Ali, D. - FS, ILL.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Davis, R. - QB, NWST.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Andrew, G. - LB, WKY.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Blair, P. - QB, FINT.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Carranza, R. - FS, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Schoonover, N. - QB, ARMY.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Lea, K. - LB, OH.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Pierce, J. - QB, BALL.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Posey, R. - DE, HAW.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Rodriguez, D. - QB, SDST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Herrick, S. - DE, CAL.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Mckinley, W. - WR, UTAH.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Larson, R. - FS, MIZZOU.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Covert, S. - RB, AUB.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Michael, W. - FS, LALAF.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Harrell, H. - QB, IDAHO.

Game Recaps for Week 2

Midshipmen - 52, Falcons - 13
Terrapins - 33, Trojans - 25
Bears - 77, Wolf Pack - 14
Ragin' Cajuns - 80, Buffaloes - 0
Vandals - 35, Hawkeyes - 24
Cardinals - 52, Volunteers - 28
Owls - 55, Wolfpack - 28
Bearcats - 69, Jayhawks - 21
Cougars - 25, Fighting Irish - 21
Red Raiders - 44, Aggies - 27
Nittany Lions - 34, Zips - 29
Tigers - 45, Bulldogs - 7
Black Knights - 24, Miners - 21
Rams - 34, Ducks - 27
Aztecs - 45, Hilltoppers - 35
Huskies - 35, Eagles - 8
Tigers - 87, Orange - 0
Minutemen - 35, Trojans - 19
Bruins - 55, Seminoles - 27
Longhorns - 41, Red Wolves - 3
Hokies - 40, Crimson Tide - 31
Gators - 49, Cardinals - 45
Hurricanes - 29, Bulls - 26
Buckeyes - 47, Green Wave - 45
Wildcats - 52, Beavers - 21
Spartans - 38, Bobcats - 20
Cougars - 31, Panthers - 22
Golden Hurricane - 44, Jaguars - 20
Sooners - 49, Warhawks - 41
Demon Deacons - 49, Wildcats - 39
Yellow Jackets - 35, Huskies - 17
Horned Frogs - 59, Panthers - 17
Huskies - 52, Mountaineers - 31
Scarlet Knights - 52, Cyclones - 21
Hoosiers - 43, Bobcats - 38
Badgers - 48, Tigers - 13
Boilermakers - 33, Aggies - 30
Aggies - 48, Rockets - 9
Owls - 41, RedHawks - 21
Eagles - 45, Lobos - 17
Rainbow Warriors - 30, 49ers - 27
Cardinal - 31, Chippewas - 17
Sun Devils - 45, Blue Raiders - 17
Rebels - 32, Fighting Illini - 25
Utes - 45, Razorbacks - 17
Commodores - 38, Mean Green - 10
Bulldogs - 54, Tar Heels - 20
Bulldogs - 30, Falcons - 7
Golden Gophers - 41, Cougars - 14
Wildcats - 28, Thundering Herd - 19
Knights - 56, Bulldogs - 13
Golden Bears - 31, Pirates - 24
Cowboys - 41, Golden Panthers - 38
Tigers - 45, Spartans - 34
Cowboys - 42, Owls - 41
Tigers - 41, Roadrunners - 35
Mustangs - 45, Golden Flashes - 24

Week 2: RB Jeremy Kolb (AUB) has suffered a major injury!

The Auburn Tigers' RB Jeremy Kolb has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis

Hi football addicts. I am glad to be here with another edition of Recruiting Watch With Darren Francis. As you know, in these early season installments of Recruiting Watch, we cover two of the five star prospects. Without further ado, let us look at the report cards.

David Eddy - QB:
David Eddy is a young QB, and star of the SANTA FE HS (OK) football program. Eddy is ranked as a 5 star recruit, and 4 overall. Eddy is 18 years old, weighs 201 pounds and is 6' 3" tall.

This kid puts in the work. Here you have a guy, who really benefits the atmosphere in the building. Everyone wants to be around him. This kid never gives up, losing is unacceptable to him. He understands defensive schemes. Trusts his own accuracy, and is rarely disappointed. The ball leaves his hand at bullet speed.

According to multiple sources, Oklahoma Sooners, Maryland Terrapins have contacted Eddy.

The fans of Oklahoma Sooners 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.

Jared McCombs - TE:
Jared McCombs is an interesting TE, from LOWNDES HIGH SCHOOL, GA. His ranking of 3 nationally, makes him a 5 star player. He is 19 years old, weighs 247 pounds and is 6' 6" tall.

This kid never gives up, losing is unacceptable to him. Comes down with balls most balls thrown his way.

Maryland Terrapins, Miami (FL) Hurricanes are rumored to be interested in McCombs.

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

Prestige Updates

Prestige Changes for week 2

Gains:
Mississippi State Bulldogs lit up the scoreboard against the Oklahoma State Cowboys : Prestige bonus + 0.05
Florida International Golden Panthers played with authority against the Southern Methodist Mustangs : Prestige bonus + 0.05

Losses:
Florida State Seminoles was walked all over by the Central Florida Knights : Prestige loss - 0.05
Georgia State Panthers got humiliated by the Northern Illinois Huskies : Prestige loss - 0.05
Oklahoma State Cowboys got humiliated by the Mississippi State Bulldogs : Prestige loss - 0.1
Southern Methodist Mustangs were crushed by the Florida International Golden Panthers : Prestige loss - 0.1

Bulldogs top list of free scholarships in Southeastern!

Behind the Bulldogs is Alabama Crimson Tide with 25 free scholarships. Expect a struggle between these two teams throughout the season, as the amount of recruits they need will likely force them to hunt for the same signatures. For the record, the team in the Southeastern with the least scholarships to offer this season is Auburn Tigers with 26 open slots.

Week 1: FS Joseph Nugent (MSST) wins Defensive Player of the Week

FS Joseph Nugent of the Mississippi State Bulldogs has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Nugent finished with 5 Tck, 2 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD.

Mississippi State Bulldogs prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 1: QB Harold Ritchey (AZST) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Arizona State Sun Devils' Harold Ritchey threw 6 touchdowns, completing 43 of 53 passes for 447 yards in the Sun Devils victory over the Colorado State Rams.

After being signed in 2039, season number 1 for Ritchey, has seen some impressive numbers including 6 touchdown passes this season.

Arizona State Sun Devils prestige bonus + 0.05

Week 1 : Conference Players of the Week

Atlantic Coast Defensive player of the week: Mackay, R. - LB, MIAFL.
Atlantic Coast Offensive player of the week: Donnelly, G. - WR, WFST.
American Athletic Defensive player of the week: Hubbard, E. - CB, CFL.
American Athletic Offensive player of the week: Campbell, D. - RB, TUL.
Big 12 Defensive player of the week: Caron, R. - LB, TX.
Big 12 Offensive player of the week: Nance, A. - RB, BAY.
Big Ten Defensive player of the week: Stokes, M. - LB, MD.
Big Ten Offensive player of the week: Dupree, A. - QB, IOWA.
Conference USA Defensive player of the week: Caswell, D. - FS, LAT.
Conference USA Offensive player of the week: Patrick, C. - WR, FINT.
FBS Independents Defensive player of the week: Price, J. - DE, MASS.
FBS Independents Offensive player of the week: Huddleston, F. - WR, BYU.
Mid-American Defensive player of the week: Thomas, J. - FS, BG.
Mid-American Offensive player of the week: Breeden, D. - QB, CMI.
Mountain West Defensive player of the week: Fogle, M. - LB, COLST.
Mountain West Offensive player of the week: Crain, R. - QB, SJST.
Pac-12 Defensive player of the week: Gamboa, G. - DE, WASH.
Pac-12 Offensive player of the week: Ritchey, H. - QB, AZST.
Southeastern Defensive player of the week: Nugent, J. - FS, MSST.
Southeastern Offensive player of the week: Covert, S. - RB, AUB.
Sun Belt Defensive player of the week: Armstrong, G. - FS, NMST.
Sun Belt Offensive player of the week: Bynum, M. - RB, LAMON.

Game Recaps for Week 1

Black Knights - 33, Falcons - 27
Bearcats - 31, RedHawks - 10
Aggies - 43, Lobos - 14
Utes - 44, Aggies - 13
Tigers - 45, Tigers - 31
Razorbacks - 51, Red Wolves - 24
Hawkeyes - 45, Panthers - 28
Terrapins - 63, Tar Heels - 14
Ducks - 41, Wolf Pack - 21
Ragin' Cajuns - 55, Rainbow Warriors - 20
Cardinals - 27, Aztecs - 21
Wolfpack - 41, Eagles - 10
Cougars - 35, Cardinals - 18
Cornhuskers - 35, Red Raiders - 30
Nittany Lions - 84, Bulls - 28
Bulldogs - 63, Eagles - 20
Minutemen - 27, Miners - 21
Sun Devils - 50, Rams - 47
Hurricanes - 31, Rebels - 0
Tigers - 73, Mean Green - 0
Commodores - 37, Trojans - 24
Knights - 55, Seminoles - 3
Bears - 42, Rebels - 34
Longhorns - 51, Owls - 17
Crimson Tide - 43, Trojans - 19
Gators - 31, Hoosiers - 21
Volunteers - 71, Blue Raiders - 14
Cougars - 33, Golden Eagles - 17
Pirates - 38, Boilermakers - 14
Tigers - 31, Wildcats - 28
Beavers - 56, Green Wave - 31
Bobcats - 19, Fighting Illini - 17
Golden Hurricane - 41, Monarchs - 13
Badgers - 37, 49ers - 13
Huskies - 45, Panthers - 3
Bobcats - 45, Cowboys - 21
Falcons - 38, Bulldogs - 34
Demon Deacons - 38, Golden Bears - 35
Aggies - 38, Huskies - 26
Tigers - 47, Owls - 21
Sooners - 55, Wildcats - 7
Blue Devils - 36, Wolverines - 14
Cavaliers - 56, Hilltoppers - 37
Bulldogs - 54, Cowboys - 17
Chippewas - 50, Cyclones - 44
Mountaineers - 65, Buffaloes - 11
Scarlet Knights - 41, Bulldogs - 34
Gamecocks - 56, Eagles - 25
Huskies - 46, Spartans - 43
Golden Panthers - 49, Mustangs - 13
Golden Gophers - 55, Broncos - 14
Warhawks - 45, Wildcats - 17
Yellow Jackets - 49, Mountaineers - 34
Buckeyes - 90, Jaguars - 0
Cougars - 49, Rockets - 31

Week 1: T Thomas Johnson (TX) has suffered a major injury!

The Texas Longhorns' T Thomas Johnson has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Week 1: DE Oscar Houston (LSU) has suffered a major injury!

The Lousiana State Tigers' DE Oscar Houston has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Texas AM Aggies fans are excited.

News from the camp of Texas AM Aggies has it that Reed, F. - DT has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Reed was expected to be great, when he was ranked 2384 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp News

According to local news, Simonson, A. - T from the Georgia Bulldogs has had a horrible training camp. Reports suggest the five star recruiting ranking of Simonson 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.

Mississippi Rebels fans are excited.

News from the camp of Mississippi Rebels has it that Peltier, S. - C has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Peltier was expected to be great, when he was ranked 142 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp News

According to local news, Curry, J. - G from the Mississippi State Bulldogs has had a horrible training camp. Reports suggest the five star recruiting ranking of Curry had the coaches expecting a future star. To the dismay of coaches and fans, it looks like they might have a dud on their hands instead.

Training Camp News

Osborne, R. - T from Utah Utes 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

Bowen, J. - C, who was supposed to be a key player for the Alabama Crimson Tide has far from impressed anyone this spring. Rather than providing a spark on the field, Bowen has looked confused and seems to have trouble adapting to the college game.

Arizona State Sun Devils fans are excited.

News from the camp of Arizona State Sun Devils has it that Hammond, M. - RB has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Hammond was expected to be great, when he was ranked 610 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Arizona State Sun Devils fans are excited.

News from the camp of Arizona State Sun Devils has it that Williamson, M. - FS has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Williamson was expected to be great, when he was ranked 1229 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp News

Stevenson, H. - FS from Arizona State Sun Devils 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

Dennis, F. - QB, who was supposed to be a key player for the USC Trojans has far from impressed anyone this spring. Rather than providing a spark on the field, Dennis has looked confused and seems to have trouble adapting to the college game.

Training Camp News

Haney, M. - P from Oregon State Beavers 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: FS James Bragg (WASH) has suffered a major injury!

The Washington Huskies' FS James Bragg has suffered an injury: Out (12-16 weeks).

Training Camp News

Horn, H. - DE from Hawaii Rainbow Warriors 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 UNLV Rebels hit the jackpot when they recruited White, S. - QB this year. White has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Training Camp Update

White, E. - WR, who was supposed to be a key player for the Oregon Ducks has far from impressed anyone this spring. Rather than providing a spark on the field, White has looked confused and seems to have trouble adapting to the college game.

Stanford Cardinal fans are excited.

News from the camp of Stanford Cardinal has it that Blake, R. - CB has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Blake was expected to be great, when he was ranked 48 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Miami (OH) RedHawks fans are excited.

News from the camp of Miami (OH) RedHawks has it that Banda, J. - SS has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Banda was expected to be great, when he was ranked 1529 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Eastern Michigan Eagles fans are excited.

News from the camp of Eastern Michigan Eagles has it that Mendenhall, T. - CB has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Mendenhall was expected to be great, when he was ranked 1435 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Future star for Ohio Bobcats

Simpson, R. - DE from Ohio Bobcats 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 Simpson has made.

Future star for Charlotte 49ers

Martz, H. - TE from Charlotte 49ers 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 Martz has made.

Future star for Brigham Young Cougars

Gamboa, D. - QB from Brigham Young Cougars 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 Gamboa has made.

Future star for Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders

Lemus, J. - LB from Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders 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 Lemus has made.

Iowa Hawkeyes fans are excited.

News from the camp of Iowa Hawkeyes has it that Stone, S. - LB has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Stone was expected to be great, when he was ranked 705 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp News

Jensen, M. - TE from Illinois Fighting Illini 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 Boehm, R. - FS this year. Boehm has delivered astonishing progress in training camp. The sky is the ceiling for this kid!

Training Camp News

Michaud, R. - DT from Purdue Boilermakers 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.

Maryland Terrapins fans are excited.

News from the camp of Maryland Terrapins has it that Ralph, J. - G has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Ralph was expected to be great, when he was ranked 35 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Disappointement for Maryland Terrapins

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

Disappointement for Maryland Terrapins

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

Can Finley even start?

It looks like the Michigan Wolverines came away with a dud when they recruited Finley, F. - G 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 News

Smith, P. - DT from Michigan Wolverines 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

According to local news, Phillips, C. - DE from the Rutgers Scarlet Knights has had a horrible training camp. Reports suggest the five star recruiting ranking of Phillips had the coaches expecting a future star. To the dismay of coaches and fans, it looks like they might have a dud on their hands instead.

Training Camp News

According to local news, Grantham, J. - G from the Ohio State Buckeyes has had a horrible training camp. Reports suggest the five star recruiting ranking of Grantham 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.

Houston Cougars fans are excited.

News from the camp of Houston Cougars has it that Miller, J. - P has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Miller was expected to be great, when he was ranked 2667 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Future star for Tulsa Golden Hurricane

Stallworth, J. - TE from Tulsa Golden Hurricane 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 Stallworth has made.

Training Camp News

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

South Florida Bulls fans are excited.

News from the camp of South Florida Bulls has it that Ortega, R. - WR has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Ortega was expected to be great, when he was ranked 751 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Miami (FL) Hurricanes fans are excited.

News from the camp of Miami (FL) Hurricanes has it that Crum, D. - DT has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Crum was expected to be great, when he was ranked 1922 in the nation out of highschool. But his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Future star for Wake Forest Demon Deacons

Simpson, R. - G from Wake Forest Demon Deacons 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 Simpson has made.

Future star for Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Gooden, D. - LB from Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 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 Gooden has made.

Training Camp News

Zepeda, C. - T from Duke Blue Devils 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.

Top Recruiting Classes

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

Top 10 Recruiting Classes

1 : Texas Longhorns
2 : Maryland Terrapins
3 : Alabama Crimson Tide
4 : Miami (FL) Hurricanes
5 : UNLV Rebels
6 : Central Florida Knights
7 : Auburn Tigers
8 : Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
9 : Nebraska Cornhuskers
10 : Virginia Cavaliers

Top 10 Recruiting Classes (Prestige Relative)

1 : Texas Longhorns
2 : Cincinnati Bearcats
3 : Texas Tech Red Raiders
4 : Louisville Cardinals
5 : Boston College Eagles
6 : Florida State Seminoles
7 : Virginia Cavaliers
8 : Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
9 : Central Florida Knights
10 : Minnesota Golden Gophers

Season Predictions

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

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

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

SigningDay Recruiting Update

304 players committed this week.

5 star players committed this week: 0.
4 star players committed this week: 13.
3 star players committed this week: 136.
2 star players committed this week: 131.
1 star players committed this week: 24.

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

The most highly touted prospect committing this week was Henry Ellis (a 4 star QB from PENDLETON HIGH ranked at 50) who committed to Ohio State Buckeyes.

Big 12 was the conference that netted the most recruits this week with a total of 42.

Texas Tech Red Raiders locked down the most prospects this week was as they got 23 recruits to sign.

The highest ranked uncommitted recruit is William Lockett - QB. He is ranked at 372

Total Recruits committed this season is 2530.

Russell Gilbert has retired from coaching

Russell Gilbert is retiring from coaching.He will pursue a career in broadcasting..

George Tanner leaves for the pros!

George Tanner has announced he is taking a position as a coach or coordinator in pro football. Tanner worked latest for the Ducks as Offensive Coordinator. .

Lance Elkins has retired from coaching

Lance Elkins is retiring from coaching.He gave no indication as to what his next job would be, but ''definitely not coaching'' he laughed..

Edwin King has retired from coaching

Edwin King has announced his decision to retire from coaching. He will pursue a career in broadcasting.

Michael Reynolds has retired from coaching

Michael Reynolds has announced his decision to retire from coaching. Reynolds worked latest for the Rockets as Head Coach. It is assumed he will take a job in the private sector.

Steven Bernal has retired from coaching

Steven Bernal has announced his decision to retire from coaching. He gave no indication as to what his next job would be, but ''definitely not coaching'' he laughed.

Idaho Vandals scramble to fill their staff

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

Texas State Bobcats scramble to fill their staff

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

San Diego State Aztecs scramble to fill their staff

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

UNLV Rebels scramble to fill their staff

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

Position coach given chance with 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. Jeff Durkin will be serving as offensive coordinator for the upcoming season.

Tennessee Volunteers promotes from own ranks

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

Appalachian State Mountaineers scramble to fill their staff

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

Air Force Falcons scramble to fill their staff

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

Rice Owls promotes from own ranks

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

Northwestern Wildcats promotes from own ranks

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

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets promotes from own ranks

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

Position coach given chance with Nebraska Cornhuskers

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. James Tillery will be serving as offensive coordinator for the upcoming season.

San Jose State Spartans Announce new staff.

Spartans revealed that they have signed Monroe Hickman as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Spartans.

Mississippi State Bulldogs Announce new staff.

Bulldogs have signed John Watson as their new Defensive Coordinator. Watson will get a 5 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Bulldogs.

Mississippi Rebels Announce new staff.

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

Other news included that Rebels have signed Ramiro White as their new Defensive Coordinator. White will get a 4 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Rebels.

South Alabama Jaguars Announce new staff.

Jaguars revealed that they have signed Jacob Whiting as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Jaguars.

Other news included that Jaguars have signed Enoch Wagner as their new Defensive Coordinator. Wagner will get a 2 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Jaguars.

Texas San Antonio Roadrunners Announce new staff.

Roadrunners revealed that they have signed Warner Amaral as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Roadrunners.

Other news included that Roadrunners have signed Erwin Hope as their new Defensive Coordinator. Hope will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Roadrunners.

Old Dominion Monarchs Announce new staff.

Monarchs revealed that they have signed Alfredo Swafford as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Monarchs.

Other news included that Monarchs have signed Terry Gallegos as their new Defensive Coordinator. Gallegos will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Monarchs.

Florida Atlantic Owls Announce new staff.

The Owls have announced that they have signed Jackson Field as their new Head Coach. He will get a 3 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Owls.

Charlotte 49ers Announce new staff.

49ers have signed Jamie Dewey as their new Defensive Coordinator. Dewey will get a 4 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the 49ers.

Massachusetts Minutemen Announce new staff.

Minutemen revealed that they have signed Robert Triplett as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Minutemen.

Other news included that Minutemen have signed James Gresham as their new Defensive Coordinator. Gresham will get a 3 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Minutemen.

Northern Illinois Huskies Announce new staff.

Huskies have signed William Jobe as their new Defensive Coordinator. Jobe will get a 4 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Huskies.

Central Michigan Chippewas Announce new staff.

Chippewas revealed that they have signed Reed Waters as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Chippewas.

Ohio Bobcats Announce new staff.

Bobcats revealed that they have signed Glenn Kern as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Bobcats.

Miami (OH) RedHawks Announce new staff.

RedHawks revealed that they have signed Albert Starnes as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the RedHawks.

Wyoming Cowboys Announce new staff.

The Cowboys have announced that they have signed Donald Drayton as their new Head Coach. He will get a 5 year contract worth 4 million pr year with the Cowboys.

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Announce new staff.

Rainbow Warriors revealed that they have signed Byron Stacey as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Rainbow Warriors.

Iowa State Cyclones Announce new staff.

Cyclones revealed that they have signed Cecil Grant as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Cyclones.

Illinois Fighting Illini Announce new staff.

Fighting Illini revealed that they have signed Nathaniel Ross as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Fighting Illini.

Purdue Boilermakers Announce new staff.

Boilermakers revealed that they have signed Ronald Dawson as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 1.5 million pr year with the Boilermakers.

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Announce new staff.

Bulldogs have signed Antonio Day as their new Defensive Coordinator. Day will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Bulldogs.

UTEP Miners Announce new staff.

Miners have signed Keith Addison as their new Defensive Coordinator. Addison will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Miners.

North Carolina Tar Heels Announce new staff.

Tar Heels revealed that they have signed Kyle Bell as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Tar Heels.

East Carolina Pirates Announce new staff.

Pirates revealed that they have signed Francisco Wells as their new Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Pirates.

Tulane Green Wave Announce new staff.

Green Wave have signed Norman Bower as their new Defensive Coordinator. Bower will get a 4 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Green Wave.

Navy Midshipmen Announce new staff.

The Midshipmen have announced that they have signed Thomas Stanford as their new Head Coach. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5 million pr year with the Midshipmen.

Wake Forest Demon Deacons Announce new staff.

Demon Deacons have signed William Kauffman as their new Defensive Coordinator. Kauffman will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Demon Deacons.

Georgia Southern Eagles steal Alexander Wood from the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners

The Eagles have announced that they have signed Alexander Wood as their new Defensive Coordinator. Wood was previously working for Roadrunners as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Eagles.

Giuseppe Atherton staying with New Mexico Lobos

The UTEP Miners tried to pry Giuseppe Atherton away from Lobos to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Atherton 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.

Washington State Cougars steal Warren Smith from the Appalachian State Mountaineers

The Cougars have announced that they have signed Warren Smith as their new Defensive Coordinator. Smith was previously working for Mountaineers as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with the Cougars.

Jerry Ortiz staying with Iowa Hawkeyes

The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs tried to pry Jerry Ortiz away from Hawkeyes to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Ortiz publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Hawkeyes as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Illinois Fighting Illini steal Jack Walker from the Northwestern Wildcats

The Fighting Illini have announced that they have signed Jack Walker as their new Defensive Coordinator. Walker was previously working for Wildcats as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Fighting Illini.

Ball State Cardinals steal Stanley O'Donnell from the Massachusetts Minutemen

The Cardinals have announced that they have signed Stanley O'Donnell as their new Offensive Coordinator. O'Donnell was previously working for Minutemen as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with the Cardinals.

Kansas State Wildcats steal Frank McCray from the Wake Forest Demon Deacons

The Wildcats have announced that they have signed Frank McCray as their new Defensive Coordinator. McCray was previously working for Demon Deacons as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with the Wildcats.

Toledo Rockets steal Lindsay McCool from the San Jose State Spartans

The Rockets have announced that they have signed Lindsay McCool as their new Offensive Coordinator. McCool was previously working for Spartans as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 2 million pr year with the Rockets.

Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders steal Robert Leach from the South Alabama Jaguars

The Blue Raiders have announced that they have signed Robert Leach as their new Offensive Coordinator. Leach was previously working for Jaguars as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 4 million pr year with the Blue Raiders.

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs steal Jeff Jones from the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors

The Bulldogs have announced that they have signed Jeff Jones as their new Offensive Coordinator. Jones was previously working for Rainbow Warriors as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4 million pr year with the Bulldogs.

Miami (FL) Hurricanes steal Christopher Earls from the Navy Midshipmen

The Hurricanes have announced that they have signed Christopher Earls as their new Offensive Coordinator. Earls was previously working for Midshipmen as Head Coach. He will get a 2 year contract worth 7.5 million pr year with the Hurricanes.

Paul Sanchez staying with Florida Atlantic Owls

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

Kansas State Wildcats steal Alan Shaffer from the Mississippi State Bulldogs

The Wildcats have announced that they have signed Alan Shaffer as their new Head Coach. Shaffer was previously working for Bulldogs as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 6.5 million pr year with the Wildcats.

Glen Trevino staying with Air Force Falcons

The UTEP Miners tried to pry Glen Trevino away from Falcons to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Trevino publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Falcons as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Florida International Golden Panthers steal Alexis Spurlock from the Massachusetts Minutemen

The Golden Panthers have announced that they have signed Alexis Spurlock as their new Defensive Coordinator. Spurlock was previously working for Minutemen as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Golden Panthers.

James Brown staying with Arkansas State Red Wolves

The Washington State Cougars tried to pry James Brown away from Red Wolves to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Brown publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Red Wolves as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Arizona State Sun Devils steal Jeff Watts from the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs

The Sun Devils have announced that they have signed Jeff Watts as their new Defensive Coordinator. Watts was previously working for Bulldogs as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5 million pr year with the Sun Devils.

Vanderbilt Commodores steal Lee Neuman from the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs

The Commodores have announced that they have signed Lee Neuman as their new Offensive Coordinator. Neuman was previously working for Bulldogs as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 6 million pr year with the Commodores.

Richard Wingate staying with Tulsa Golden Hurricane

The Kansas State Wildcats tried to pry Richard Wingate away from Golden Hurricane to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Wingate publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Golden Hurricane as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Florida International Golden Panthers steal James Eddy from RedHawks

The Golden Panthers have announced that they have signed James Eddy as their new Offensive Coordinator. Eddy was previously working for RedHawks as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 2.5 million per year with the Golden Panthers.

Army Black Knights steal Cameron Ring from the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders

The Black Knights have announced that they have signed Cameron Ring as their new Offensive Coordinator. Ring was previously working for Blue Raiders as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with the Black Knights.

Doug Esparza staying with Idaho Vandals

The North Carolina Tar Heels tried to pry Doug Esparza away from Vandals to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Esparza publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Vandals as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Guadalupe Doucette staying with Western Kentucky Hilltoppers

The Miami (FL) Hurricanes tried to pry Guadalupe Doucette away from Hilltoppers to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Doucette publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Hilltoppers as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Texas Tech Red Raiders steal John Craft from the Illinois Fighting Illini

The Red Raiders have announced that they have signed John Craft as their new Offensive Coordinator. Craft was previously working for Fighting Illini as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5 million pr year with the Red Raiders.

Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles steal Clyde Kinard from Jaguars

The Golden Eagles have announced that they have signed Clyde Kinard as their new Defensive Coordinator. Kinard was previously working for Jaguars as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3 million per year with the Golden Eagles.

Giuseppe Atherton staying with New Mexico Lobos

The Florida International Golden Panthers tried to pry Giuseppe Atherton away from Lobos to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Atherton 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.

Ball State Cardinals steal Eugene Deal from the UTEP Miners

The Cardinals have announced that they have signed Eugene Deal as their new Defensive Coordinator. Deal was previously working for Miners as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with the Cardinals.

Eastern Michigan Eagles steal Jerry Dodge from the Charlotte 49ers

The Eagles have announced that they have signed Jerry Dodge as their new Defensive Coordinator. Dodge was previously working for 49ers as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with the Eagles.

Connecticut Huskies steal Benjamin Najera from the Washington State Cougars

The Huskies have announced that they have signed Benjamin Najera as their new Defensive Coordinator. Najera was previously working for Cougars as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with the Huskies.

Texas Tech Red Raiders steal Kyle Hernandez from the Rice Owls

The Red Raiders have announced that they have signed Kyle Hernandez as their new Defensive Coordinator. Hernandez was previously working for Owls as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with the Red Raiders.

South Florida Bulls steal Arturo Williams from the North Carolina Tar Heels

The Bulls have announced that they have signed Arturo Williams as their new Offensive Coordinator. Williams was previously working for Tar Heels as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4 million pr year with the Bulls.

Jeffrey Jefferies staying with Iowa Hawkeyes

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

Wake Forest Demon Deacons steal John Bethea from Black Knights

The Demon Deacons have announced that they have signed John Bethea as their new Offensive Coordinator. Bethea was previously working for Black Knights as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million per year with the Demon Deacons.

Kim Andrade staying with Utah State Aggies

The Miami (FL) Hurricanes tried to pry Kim Andrade away from Aggies to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Andrade 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.

Virginia Tech Hokies steal William Coward from the Old Dominion Monarchs

The Hokies have announced that they have signed William Coward as their new Offensive Coordinator. Coward was previously working for Monarchs as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4 million pr year with the Hokies.

Central Michigan Chippewas steal Paul Espinosa from the Northern Illinois Huskies

The Chippewas have announced that they have signed Paul Espinosa as their new Head Coach. Espinosa was previously working for Huskies as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5.5 million pr year with the Chippewas.

Kentucky Wildcats steal Florentino Cordero from the Texas State Bobcats

The Wildcats have announced that they have signed Florentino Cordero as their new Head Coach. Cordero was previously working for Bobcats as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 6 million pr year with the Wildcats.

Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles steal Fletcher Beauregard from the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners

The Golden Eagles have announced that they have signed Fletcher Beauregard as their new Head Coach. Beauregard was previously working for Roadrunners as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5 million pr year with the Golden Eagles.

Jeremiah Potter staying with Duke Blue Devils

The Kansas State Wildcats tried to pry Jeremiah Potter away from Blue Devils to fill the position as their new Head Coach. However, Potter publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Blue Devils as their Head Coach for the coming season.

Colorado Buffaloes steal Bradley Douglas from the Georgia Southern Eagles

The Buffaloes have announced that they have signed Bradley Douglas as their new Defensive Coordinator. Douglas was previously working for Eagles as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4 million pr year with the Buffaloes.

Oregon State Beavers steal Phillip Morris from the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles

The Beavers have announced that they have signed Phillip Morris as their new Defensive Coordinator. Morris was previously working for Golden Eagles as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 5 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with the Beavers.

John Underhill staying with New Mexico State Aggies

The Eastern Michigan Eagles tried to pry John Underhill away from Aggies to fill the position as their new Defensive Coordinator. However, Underhill publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Aggies as their Defensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Michigan State Spartans steal Andrew Olsen from the Connecticut Huskies

The Spartans have announced that they have signed Andrew Olsen as their new Defensive Coordinator. Olsen was previously working for Huskies as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Spartans.

Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders steal Cecil Galvan from the Old Dominion Monarchs

The Blue Raiders have announced that they have signed Cecil Galvan as their new Defensive Coordinator. Galvan was previously working for Monarchs as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3 million pr year with the Blue Raiders.

South Florida Bulls steal Mario Carter from the Ball State Cardinals

The Bulls have announced that they have signed Mario Carter as their new Defensive Coordinator. Carter was previously working for Cardinals as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with the Bulls.

Virginia Tech Hokies steal James Soliz from the Tulane Green Wave

The Hokies have announced that they have signed James Soliz as their new Defensive Coordinator. Soliz was previously working for Green Wave as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Hokies.

North Carolina Tar Heels steal Tanner Seidel from the Arizona State Sun Devils

The Tar Heels have announced that they have signed Tanner Seidel as their new Defensive Coordinator. Seidel was previously working for Sun Devils as Defensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 5.5 million pr year with the Tar Heels.

Washington Huskies steal Mark Peter from the Miami (FL) Hurricanes

The Huskies have announced that they have signed Mark Peter as their new Offensive Coordinator. Peter was previously working for Hurricanes as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 4 million pr year with the Huskies.

Bill Chapman staying with Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders

The Toledo Rockets tried to pry Bill Chapman away from Blue Raiders to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Chapman publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Blue Raiders as their Head Coach for the coming season.

Boise State Broncos steal George Overby from the Wake Forest Demon Deacons

The Broncos have announced that they have signed George Overby as their new Offensive Coordinator. Overby was previously working for Demon Deacons as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 2.5 million pr year with the Broncos.

Michigan State Spartans steal Earnest Diaz from the Iowa State Cyclones

The Spartans have announced that they have signed Earnest Diaz as their new Offensive Coordinator. Diaz was previously working for Cyclones as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 3.5 million pr year with the Spartans.

Maryland Terrapins steal Edward Todd from the Texas Tech Red Raiders

The Terrapins have announced that they have signed Edward Todd as their new Offensive Coordinator. Todd was previously working for Red Raiders as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 3 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with the Terrapins.

Southern Methodist Mustangs steal John Olson from the Florida International Golden Panthers

The Mustangs have announced that they have signed John Olson as their new Offensive Coordinator. Olson was previously working for Golden Panthers as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4 million pr year with the Mustangs.

Doug Esparza staying with Idaho Vandals

The Virginia Tech Hokies tried to pry Doug Esparza away from Vandals to fill the position as their new Offensive Coordinator. However, Esparza publicly dismissed that a move was imminent, and that assured fans that he would stay with Vandals as their Offensive Coordinator for the coming season.

Temple Owls steal Eric Bollinger from the Ball State Cardinals

The Owls have announced that they have signed Eric Bollinger as their new Offensive Coordinator. Bollinger was previously working for Cardinals as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 4 year contract worth 4.5 million pr year with the Owls.

Utah Utes steal Carlton Walter from the Vanderbilt Commodores

The Utes have announced that they have signed Carlton Walter as their new Head Coach. Walter was previously working for Commodores as Offensive Coordinator. He will get a 2 year contract worth 7.5 million pr year with the Utes.

UCLA Bruins steal Charles Conner from the Kansas State Wildcats

The Bruins have announced that they have signed Charles Conner as their new Head Coach. Conner was previously working for Wildcats as Head Coach. He will get a 4 year contract worth 8 million pr year with the Bruins.

Oregon State Beavers steal Thomas Bailey from the Kentucky Wildcats

The Beavers have announced that they have signed Thomas Bailey as their new Head Coach. Bailey was previously working for Wildcats as Head Coach. He will get a 5 year contract worth 6.5 million pr year with the Beavers.

Toledo Rockets steal Winfred Green from the Florida Atlantic Owls

The Rockets have announced that they have signed Winfred Green as their new Head Coach. Green was previously working for Owls as Head Coach. He will get a 2 year contract worth 6.5 million pr year with the Rockets.

Northern Illinois Huskies steal Claudio Reyes from the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles

The Huskies have announced that they have signed Claudio Reyes as their new Head Coach. Reyes was previously working for Golden Eagles as Head Coach. He will get a 3 year contract worth 5 million pr year with the Huskies.

Rice Owls steal John Carnahan from the Central Michigan Chippewas

The Owls have announced that they have signed John Carnahan as their new Head Coach. Carnahan was previously working for Chippewas as Head Coach. He will get a 5 year contract worth 6 million pr year with the Owls.

2040 Transfer Update

271 players have decided to transfer.

Michael Bittner - G Florida State Seminoles
Henry Ellis - QB Clemson Tigers
Lawrence Howard - LB Clemson Tigers
Otis Taylor - WR Louisville Cardinals
Edward Rodriguez - DE Boston College Eagles
Gary Lee - T Boston College Eagles
Ronald Bethel - RB Boston College Eagles
Gabriel Fortin - WR North Carolina State Wolfpack
Bradley Vogel - DE Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Nathaniel Ferreira - WR Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Lonnie Conley - CB Syracuse Orange
Charles Garcia - DE Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Rosario Freeman - DE Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Robert Roberson - K Duke Blue Devils
Lester Moody - WR Duke Blue Devils
Robert Welker - DE Duke Blue Devils
Walter Smith - T North Carolina Tar Heels
Frederick Eubanks - DE North Carolina Tar Heels
Louis Dahl - DE Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Richard Scott - DE Virginia Tech Hokies
Michael Johnson - T Virginia Tech Hokies
Adolfo Halsey - LB Virginia Tech Hokies
David Matheny - G Virginia Cavaliers
Anthony Kirkwood - RB Virginia Cavaliers
George Elliott - SS Virginia Cavaliers
Jesse Tyson - RB Cincinnati Bearcats
Moses Schofield - CB Cincinnati Bearcats
James Collins - CB Cincinnati Bearcats
Jack Mata - DE Memphis Tigers
Jerry Bigelow - DE Central Florida Knights
Joseph Yazzie - TE Central Florida Knights
Roy Quintero - T East Carolina Pirates
Roberto Kirkland - DE East Carolina Pirates
John Bradley - G East Carolina Pirates
Reuben Paul - LB Houston Cougars
Lance Betancourt - DE Houston Cougars
Rueben Reed - LB Houston Cougars
Robert Harris - T Houston Cougars
Henry Ramirez - LB Temple Owls
Benton Putman - DE Temple Owls
Alvin Arce - C Tulane Green Wave
Michale Wiley - G Tulane Green Wave
Loren Ivory - DT Tulane Green Wave
Timothy Fredericks - DT Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Adam Cervantes - WR Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Bruce Yates - DT Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Thomas Miner - T Connecticut Huskies
John Gray - WR Connecticut Huskies
David Irons - DE Southern Methodist Mustangs
Walter Fajardo - DT Southern Methodist Mustangs
Wilson Johnson - WR Southern Methodist Mustangs
Gilberto Whelan - DE Baylor Bears
Lewis Curtis - LB Baylor Bears
Ralph Gifford - CB Baylor Bears
Robert O'Connor - DT Baylor Bears
Dustin Brown - DT Texas Christian Horned Frogs
Christian Lockhart - LB Texas Christian Horned Frogs
Greg Schaefer - LB Texas Christian Horned Frogs
James Velez - FS Texas Christian Horned Frogs
Scott Caudill - C Kansas State Wildcats
Val Rios - DT Oklahoma Sooners
Erik Tabor - WR Oklahoma Sooners
Tim Glasgow - LB West Virginia Mountaineers
Bennie Crouse - DT West Virginia Mountaineers
William Corrigan - DT West Virginia Mountaineers
Dale Palumbo - G West Virginia Mountaineers
Henry Fries - QB Oklahoma State Cowboys
Drew Schell - DE Oklahoma State Cowboys
Daniel Mann - LB Oklahoma State Cowboys
Benito Regan - LB Oklahoma State Cowboys
Arthur Garber - QB Texas Tech Red Raiders
Merrill Phillips - QB Texas Tech Red Raiders
Darren Davis - DE Kansas Jayhawks
Richard Lee - DE Kansas Jayhawks
John Still - DT Kansas Jayhawks
Isaac Ballard - LB Ohio State Buckeyes
Maurice Stevens - T Ohio State Buckeyes
Shawn Davis - DE Ohio State Buckeyes
Michael Zuniga - C Michigan State Spartans
Harland Leighton - LB Michigan State Spartans
James Orr - FS Maryland Terrapins
Jackie Mintz - P Maryland Terrapins
Lucio Abney - TE Michigan Wolverines
Seth Beane - DE Michigan Wolverines
Robert Haase - LB Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Anthony Jones - LB Penn State Nittany Lions
Ben Rowley - RB Indiana Hoosiers
Brett Todd - WR Wisconsin Badgers
Dennis Lewis - CB Wisconsin Badgers
Roy Cook - LB Wisconsin Badgers
David Garcia - DE Wisconsin Badgers
Lindsey Castellanos - DT Wisconsin Badgers
Michael Pittman - DE Minnesota Golden Gophers
Glenn Ha - WR Minnesota Golden Gophers
Samuel Campbell - DE Nebraska Cornhuskers
Leo Hill - CB Nebraska Cornhuskers
Amos Cantrell - G Nebraska Cornhuskers
James Rhodes - C Iowa Hawkeyes
Jamar Moore - DE Iowa Hawkeyes
Erik Lopez - C Illinois Fighting Illini
Jeffery Martin - LB Illinois Fighting Illini
Arthur Thompson - LB Northwestern Wildcats
Ronald Haggerty - WR Northwestern Wildcats
William Yi - DT Northwestern Wildcats
Forrest Mcgriff - LB Northwestern Wildcats
Steven Manson - DE Marshall Thundering Herd
Juan Coronado - DT Old Dominion Monarchs
Darnell Alba - LB Old Dominion Monarchs
Christopher Hubert - CB Old Dominion Monarchs
Joe Morgan - G Old Dominion Monarchs
Gary Austin - DE South Florida Bulls
Brian Robinson - G Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Andre Mueller - LB Florida International Golden Panthers
Robert Clarke - FB Florida International Golden Panthers
Austin Snyder - CB Florida International Golden Panthers
Jimmy Hall - G Florida International Golden Panthers
Jason Dayton - QB Florida International Golden Panthers
Bruce Major - DE Florida Atlantic Owls
William Curley - T Florida Atlantic Owls
Thomas Hannan - DT Florida Atlantic Owls
John Witherspoon - DT Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
John Cormier - QB Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Gerald Mcneely - RB Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Charles Foster - RB Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Douglas Stamper - WR Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Jerome Horn - DT Rice Owls
David Massey - G Rice Owls
Todd Little - G UTEP Miners
Les Mason - FS Texas San Antonio Roadrunners
Joshua Martinez - G North Texas Mean Green
John Edwards - TE North Texas Mean Green
Jesus Gonzalez - LB North Texas Mean Green
Justin Forest - CB North Texas Mean Green
Alejandro Wilson - CB North Texas Mean Green
Dwight Manns - WR North Texas Mean Green
Lawrence Holland - RB Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles
James Hyde - DT Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles
Moises Pederson - G Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles
James Bruce - TE Army Black Knights
Darrell Ralph - LB Army Black Knights
Louis Wagner - G Army Black Knights
Shawn Wakefield - WR Brigham Young Cougars
Timothy Armijo - LB Navy Midshipmen
Quinton Pyle - WR Navy Midshipmen
Carl Roach - LB Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Chris Bacon - DT Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Patrick Waters - WR Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Michael Marks - LB Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Jesus Wicker - DT Toledo Rockets
Quinton Wall - DT Toledo Rockets
Luther Carter - WR Toledo Rockets
Mark Lamb - DE Western Michigan Broncos
Bernard Bowling - LB Central Michigan Chippewas
Darrell Hatcher - LB Central Michigan Chippewas
Jackie Connor - RB Central Michigan Chippewas
Jess Hansen - CB Central Michigan Chippewas
Philip Oates - DE Central Michigan Chippewas
Darren Ellison - DT Ball State Cardinals
Frank Forsyth - T Ball State Cardinals
Patrick Fincher - WR Ball State Cardinals
Johnny Whited - LB Eastern Michigan Eagles
Richard Love - WR Bowling Green Falcons
Joseph Jacobson - DE Bowling Green Falcons
James Peterson - QB Bowling Green Falcons
Michael Martinez - TE Ohio Bobcats
Stanley Pena - RB Buffalo Bulls
Marty Oliva - LB Buffalo Bulls
Derek Hudson - TE Buffalo Bulls
Michael Church - RB Akron Zips
Edward Way - G Akron Zips
Kevin Keith - DE Akron Zips
John Haag - WR Akron Zips
Daniel Leon - C Massachusetts Minutemen
Lacy Garrett - LB Massachusetts Minutemen
Daniel Schulte - WR Boise State Broncos
William Mcafee - LB Boise State Broncos
Peter Stillman - LB Boise State Broncos
Harry Schilling - T Boise State Broncos
Michael Martin - C Colorado State Rams
Jeffrey Brice - DT Colorado State Rams
Raymond Christman - LB Colorado State Rams
Steve Werner - DT Colorado State Rams
Elmer Dunn - LB Colorado State Rams
Jacob Millard - FS Utah State Aggies
James Wilkinson - QB New Mexico Lobos
Jeffery Paradis - SS Wyoming Cowboys
Derrick Sibley - DE Nevada Wolf Pack
David Banda - DE Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
Duane Lemaster - LB Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
Johnny Montano - FB San Jose State Spartans
Pat Miller - WR San Jose State Spartans
James Smith - CB San Jose State Spartans
John Roy - QB Oregon Ducks
Frederick Sanchez - LB Stanford Cardinal
Claude Murray - DT Stanford Cardinal
Howard Burdick - DE Stanford Cardinal
Lester Shannon - WR Stanford Cardinal
Randy Zink - DT Stanford Cardinal
Dennis Hudgens - WR Stanford Cardinal
Elijah Savoy - G Washington Huskies
Brian Seal - T California Golden Bears
Tony Wentworth - LB California Golden Bears
Fred Hutchings - LB Oregon State Beavers
Jose Wright - DT Washington State Cougars
Elden Powell - G Washington State Cougars
Nicolas Frazer - WR Washington State Cougars
Nelson Worley - G Arizona Wildcats
Collin Rico - DE Arizona Wildcats
Derek White - DT Arizona State Sun Devils
Melvin Ledoux - DT Arizona State Sun Devils
Levi Herring - LB USC Trojans
Leonel Farrar - DE USC Trojans
Roger Barber - WR USC Trojans
William Hall - LB Utah Utes
Randall Thompson - C Utah Utes
Elton White - WR Utah Utes
Kory Petersen - RB Utah Utes
Scott Edmondson - DT Colorado Buffaloes
Kenneth Meyer - RB Alabama Crimson Tide
Michael Cothran - TE Mississippi State Bulldogs
Brandon Berlin - DT Mississippi State Bulldogs
Bernard Jones - LB Mississippi State Bulldogs
Carlo Paige - WR Mississippi State Bulldogs
Terry Duffy - TE Mississippi Rebels
Cecil Yates - WR Mississippi Rebels
Genaro Tobias - DE Mississippi Rebels
Thomas Murray - LB Mississippi Rebels
Angel Coppola - DE Mississippi Rebels
Derek Chism - QB Auburn Tigers
Mark Barber - LB Lousiana State Tigers
David Corbin - G Texas AM Aggies
Milan Bishop - FS Texas AM Aggies
Derek Wyman - LB Arkansas Razorbacks
James Meyers - LB Arkansas Razorbacks
Troy Shaw - T Arkansas Razorbacks
Duane Watson - RB Missouri Tigers
Shane Narvaez - WR Georgia Bulldogs
Robert Lucas - G Georgia Bulldogs
Eddie Miller - WR Georgia Bulldogs
John Medlin - DE Georgia Bulldogs
Sergio Romeo - G Florida Gators
Nicholas Fairchild - LB Florida Gators
Carl Rau - DE Florida Gators
Anthony Cates - C South Carolina Gamecocks
Jeffrey Goetz - LB South Carolina Gamecocks
Jason Dinkins - WR Tennessee Volunteers
Augustine Shaver - T Kentucky Wildcats
Ira Culp - LB Kentucky Wildcats
Robert Morris - LB Kentucky Wildcats
Martin Hernandez - WR Kentucky Wildcats
Jerry Carter - SS Vanderbilt Commodores
Lee Schaefer - TE Vanderbilt Commodores
Norman Johnston - LB Vanderbilt Commodores
Danny Sams - LB Georgia Southern Eagles
Desmond Eaton - TE Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
Bernie Saunders - LB Appalachian State Mountaineers
Marty Watson - T Appalachian State Mountaineers
Robert Grossman - C Arkansas State Red Wolves
Larry Roldan - QB Arkansas State Red Wolves
Adam Scales - QB South Alabama Jaguars
Johnny Lee - DT South Alabama Jaguars
Albert Silvia - CB South Alabama Jaguars
Jack Soto - DE Texas State Bobcats
Micheal Snow - T Louisiana Monroe Warhawks
Clarence Guthrie - QB Troy Trojans
Quentin Kroll - C Idaho Vandals
Paul Brown - C Idaho Vandals
Michael Kaiser - FS Idaho Vandals
Timothy Hite - RB New Mexico State Aggies
Gregory Kovach - WR New Mexico State Aggies
Mark Otto - LB Charlotte 49ers


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