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FOX SPORTS ONE [College Football News]
« on: May 16, 2017, 10:07:51 AM »







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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2017, 10:36:16 AM »


PRE-SEASON


1. Florida
2. Ohio State
3. Oklahoma
4. LSU
5. Alabama
6. South Carolina
7. Michigan State
8. Texas
9. Nebraska
10. Oregon
11. Auburn
12. Mississippi
13. Michigan
14. Clemson
15. Georgia
16. USC
17. Florida State
18. Missouri
19. Mississippi State
20. Notre Dame
21. Wisconsin
22. Texas A&M
23. Stanford
24. Oklahoma State
25. Baylor
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2017, 11:40:50 AM »


 
     


PRESEASON ALL-AMERICANS WILKINSON AND PORTER CLASH FOR DPOTY IN SENIOR YEAR!


North Carolina Defensive lineman, Talon Wilkinson II has it all.  The pedigree of a pro, with his father acting as the commissioner of the HIFL, and his older brother Bruce currently starts as a DE for the Alabama Nighthawks.  He has the size, the talent, and the production to be a top 10 draft choice in the S10 HIFL draft and he will look to help prove the preseason rankings wrong and lead the Tar Heels into the Top 25 rankings once again and push for a place at the table during the College Football Playoffs. The run stuffing, pass rushing brute will be contending with a handful of talented players this year for the Defensive player of the year award, but one man, 6'2 Corner James Porter, a 5th year senior out of South Carolina has really looked impressive in spring ball.  Porter has great top end speed, very good hands, and incredible agility to go with his ball hawking skills making him another prime candidate to hear his name called early on draft day if he has a strong senior campaign.


SOURCE: PHILIP MOORMAN (FS1)
 
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2017, 10:09:49 AM »


WEEK 1


1. Florida (W vs. Western Kentucky 52-10)
2. Ohio State (W vs. Notre Dame 58-23)
3. Oklahoma (W vs. Temple 59-6)
4. LSU (W vs. Colorado St. 51-21)
5. South Carolina (W vs. Baylor 56-54 F/OT)
6. Alabama (Bye)
7. Texas (Bye)
8. Oregon (W vs. 41-12)
9. Auburn (W vs. NC State 37-19)
10. Clemson (W vs. Nebraska 48-31)
11. Michigan (Bye)
12. Florida State (W vs. Fresno State 69-21)
13. Nebraska (L vs. Clemson 48-31)
14. Georgia (W vs. Louisiana Monroe 59-21)
15. Michigan State (L vs. Central Michigan 23-14)
16. Mississippi (L vs. California 37-14)
17. Oklahoma State (W vs. Northern Illinois 51-23)
18. Missouri (W vs. Louisiana Tech 53-17)
19. Mississippi State (W vs. San Diego State 70-10)
20. Wisconsin (W vs. Ball State 70-20)
21. USC (L vs. Houston 31-27)
22. Texas A&M (Bye)
23. Stanford (W vs. Toledo 23-10)
24. Notre Dame (L vs. Ohio State 58-23)
25. Baylor (L vs. South Carolina 56-54 F/OT)


GAME OF THE WEEK: 6 South Carolina 56 @ 25 Baylor 54 F/OT

In a game that kick started with an early South Carolina lead, Baylor came out of the second half firing with a pair of Walter Harmon TD passes to keep pace with red-hot Keenan Daley of South Carolina.  The Gamecocks would return fire in the 4th quarter however, scoring on back to back Daley TD passes to take a 34-24 lead with 9 Minutes remaining.  With 2 minutes to play, Roger Willett willed his way into the end zone on a 1 yard TD Run to tie the game, sending it in to overtime.

In the first overtime Robby Carlson put Baylor on the board with a 1 yard TD run and Brant XP.  South Carolina tied it up with a Howard Kunz 6 yard TD run and Corwin XP making it 41-41.

In the second OT period, it was Jerry Snow and Walter Harmon connecting on a 9 yard TD pass and a continued safe play with the Brant XP.  The Cocks Keenan Daley scored his 5th passing TD of the day on a 3 yard pass to Jose Smith to tie the game at 48 after the extra point. 

In the 3rd OT Period teams were forced to go for 2 points if they scored, and after Baylor's Robert Ingram caught a 5 yard pass from Harmon, but SC Linebacker Michael Story stuffed Robby Carlson in the backfield giving SC the chance they needed.  6 plays later, Eddie Morales scored on a 6 yard run, setting up the game winning 2 point conversion.   Daley connected with Sophomore WR Troy Reynolds for the score and the win! 

After the game, "Captain Clutch" Keenan Daley spoke with reporters about the game, saying:"This one was a straight up fist fight beau!  They came out of the second half and roughed us up, but we tightened up and buckled down to fight for the win, this is huge, and  we're gonna ride this wave to the SEC Championship! We got er done!"
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #4 on: May 17, 2017, 10:40:00 AM »


WEEK 2


1. Ohio State (2-0) (W vs. Kansas State 52-17)
2. Florida (1-0) (BYE)
3. Oklahoma (2-0) (W vs. Troy 52-7)
4. LSU (2-0) (W vs. Arkansas 38-23)
5. Florida State (2-0) (W vs. Rice 66-29)
6. Texas (1-0) (W vs. San Jose State 41-24)
7. Missouri (2-0) (W vs. Maryland 62-9)
8. Miami (2-0) (W vs. FIU 56-7)
9. Clemson (2-0) (W vs. Buffalo 48-41)
10. Alabama (0-1) (L vs. Georgia Tech 38-28)
11. Mississippi State (2-0) (W vs. Georgia St. 42-24)
12. South Carolina (1-1) (L vs. Nebraska 31-28)
13. Michigan (1-0) (W vs. Virginia 27-21)
14. Oregon (2-0) (W vs. Texas A&M 43-40)
15. Nebraska (1-1) (W vs. South Carolina 31-28)
16. Mississippi (1-1) (W vs. Memphis 43-24)
17. Georgia (1-0) (BYE)
18. Oklahoma State (1-0) (BYE)
19. Wisconsin (1-0) (BYE)
20. Stanford (1-0) (BYE)
21. USC (1-1) (W vs. Auburn 30-20)
22. Arkansas (2-0) (W vs. Syracuse 31-17)
23. North Carolina (2-0) (W vs. UMass 30-3)
24. Louisville (2-0) (W vs. TCU 47-14)
25. Michigan State (1-1) (W vs. Kansas 44-31)

Dropped Out
Auburn (1-1) (L vs. USC 30-20)
Texas A&M (0-1) (L vs. Oregon 43-40)
Notre Dame (0-2) (L vs. Central Florida 55-45)
Baylor (0-2) (L vs. Marshall 52-49)

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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #5 on: May 17, 2017, 11:09:37 AM »


WEEK 3


1. Ohio State (3-0) (W vs. UNCC 24-20)
2. Oklahoma (3-0) (W vs. Stanford 41-28)
3. LSU (3-0) (W vs. Georgia Southern 35-21)
4. Florida (1-0) (BYE)
5. Florida State (2-0) (BYE)
6. Missouri (3-0) (W vs. Fresno St. 51-31)
7. Texas (2-0) (W vs. Bowling Green 42-35)
8. Miami (3-0) (W vs. Northwestern 38-31)
9. Oregon (3-0) (W vs. Cincy 44-17)
10. Mississippi State (3-0) (W vs. Penn State 52-35)
11. Georgia (2-0) (W vs. Virginia 52-20)
12. Michigan (2-0) (W vs. Utah St. 41-32)
13. Wisconsin (2-0) (W vs. Duke 38-17)
14. South Carolina (1-1) (BYE)
15. USC (2-1) (W vs. Central Florida 42-17)
16. Oklahoma State (2-0) (W vs. Akron 42-35)
17. Mississippi (2-1) (W vs. Northern Illinois 42-17)
18. Arkansas (3-0) (W vs. Indiana 24-16)
19. Georgia Tech (3-0) (W vs. SMU 57-10)
20. North Carolina (3-0) (W vs. Rice 59-30)
21. Alabama (1-1) (W vs. Georgia State 55-13)
22. Nebraska (2-1) (W vs. Texas St. 27-23)
23. UCLA (2-0) (BYE)
24. Clemson (2-1) (L vs. Southern Florida 35-31)
25. Arizona State (3-0) (W vs. Marhsall 36-20)

Dropped Out
Stanford (1-1) (L vs. Oklahoma 41-28)
Louisville (2-1) (L vs. Texas Tech 47-24)
Michigan State (2-1) (W vs. Memphis 33-31) 
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #6 on: May 17, 2017, 10:54:32 PM »


WEEK 4


1. Ohio State (4-0) (W vs. Indiana 55-23)
2. Oklahoma (4-0) (W vs. West VA 52-20)
3. Oregon (4-0) (W vs. California 38-27)
4. Florida (2-0) (W vs. Tennessee 23-10)
5. Florida State (3-0) (W vs. Syracuse 45-34)
6. Mississippi State (4-0) (W vs. Vanderbilt 34-14)
7. Missouri (4-0) (W vs. Kentucky 24-20)
8. Michigan (3-0) (W vs. Maryland 63-44)
9. Wisconsin (3-0) (W vs. Northwestern 62-27)
10. Auburn (3-1) (W vs. Mississippi 41-39)
11. Clemson (3-1) (W vs. Virginia 69-12)
12. USC (3-1) (W vs. Washington 51-17)
13. Alabama (3-1) (W vs. Arkansas 52-31)
14. South Carolina (2-1) (W vs. Georgia 54-14)
15. LSU (3-1) (L vs. Texas A&M 30-24)
16. Oklahoma State (3-0) (W vs. Texas 30-24)
17. North Carolina (4-0) (W vs. Miami 48-20)
18. Georgia Tech (4-0) (W vs. NC State 37-16)
19. Arizona State (4-0) (W vs. Colorado 33-30)
20. Texas (2-1) (L vs. Oklahoma St. 30-24)
21. Miami (3-1) (L vs. UNC 48-20)
22. Michigan State (3-1) (W vs. Purdue 40-10)
23. UCLA (2-0) (BYE)
24. Utah (3-0) (3-0) (W vs. Washington St. 49-24)
25. Texas A&M (2-1) (W vs. LSU 34-24)

Dropped Out
Georgia (2-1) (L vs. South Carolina 54-14)
Mississippi (2-2) (L vs. Auburn 41-39)
Arkansas (3-1) (L vs. Alabama 52-31)
Nebraska (2-2) (L vs. Illinois 40-33)



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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #7 on: May 26, 2017, 03:23:36 PM »


WEEK 5


1. Ohio State (5-0) (W vs. Minnesota 37-34)
2. Oklahoma (5-0) (W vs. Kansas St. 48-9)
3. Oregon (5-0)  (W vs. USC 26-12)
4. Florida (3-0)  (W vs. Mississippi St. 24-10)
5. Florida State (4-0)  (W vs. Duke 56-41)
6. Missouri (5-0) (W vs. Tennessee 47-17)
7. Michigan (4-0) (W vs. Northwestern 57-38)
8. Wisconsin (4-0) (W vs. Illinois 62-20)
9. Auburn (4-1) (W vs. Kentucky 31-23)
10. LSU (4-1) (W vs. Arkansas 17-16) 
11. Alabama (3-1) (W vs. Georgia 41-24)
12. South Carolina (3-1) (W vs. Vanderbilt 45-10) 
13. Clemson (4-1) (W vs. Wake Forest 48-21)
14. North Carolina (5-0) (W vs. Louisville 37-27)
15. Georgia Tech (5-0) (W vs. Miami 32-14)
16. Oklahoma State (3-0)  (BYE)
17. Arizona State (5-0) (W vs. Oregon St. 51-23)
18. UCLA (2-0) (BYE)
19. Michigan State (4-1) (W vs. Nebraska 34-17)
20. Mississippi State (4-1) (L vs. Florida 24-10)
21. Utah (4-0) (W vs. Colorado 41-10) 
22. Mississippi (3-2) (W vs. Texas A&M 45-42)
23. USC (3-2) (L vs. Oregon 26-12)
24. Texas (2-1) (BYE)
25. Rutgers (3-0) (W vs. Indiana 38-23)

Dropped Out
Miami (3-2) (L vs. Georgia Tech 32-14)
Texas A&M (2-2) (L vs. Mississippi 45-42 F/OT)
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #8 on: June 16, 2017, 01:25:35 PM »


WEEK 6


1. Ohio State (6-0) (W vs. Penn State 47-21)
2. Oregon (6-0) (W vs. Washington St. 55-27)
3. Oklahoma (6-0) (W vs. Kansas 49-31)
4. Florida (4-0)  (W vs. LSU 59-41)
5. Florida State (5-0) (W vs. Clemson 59-52)
6. Missouri (6-0) (W vs. Mississippi 34-18)
7. Michigan (5-0) (W vs. Michigan State 41-9)
8. Wisconsin (5-0) (W vs. Maryland 59-17)
9. Auburn (5-1) (W vs. Mississippi St. 52-17)
10.South Carolina (4-1) (W vs. Arkansas 24-19)
11. North Carolina (6-0) (W vs. Virginia 52-37)
12. Oklahoma State (4-0) (W vs. Texas Christian 58-34)
13. USC (4-2) (W vs. Utah 23-10)
14. Texas (3-1)  (W vs. Texas Tech 38-23)
15. UCLA (3-0) (W vs. BYU 41-34)
16. Clemson (4-2) (L vs. Florida State 59-52)
17. LSU (4-2) (L vs. Florida 59-41)
18. Alabama (3-2) (L vs. Texas A&M 37-33)
19. Central Florida (5-1) (W vs. Houston 34-28)
20. Baylor (4-2) (W vs. Iowa State 42-7)
21. Georgia (3-2) (W vs. Vanderbilt 31-23)
22. Mississippi State (4-2) (L vs. Auburn 52-17)
23. Texas A&M (3-2) (W vs. Alabama 37-33)
24. Michigan State (4-2) (L vs. Michigan 41-9)
25. Navy (5-0) (W vs. Tulsa 27-17)

Dropped Out
Georgia Tech (5-1) (L vs. Duke 35-28)
Arizona State (5-1) (L vs. Stanford 34-20)
Utah (4-1) (L vs. USC 23-10)
Mississippi (3-3) (L vs. Missouri 34-18)
Rutgers (3-1) (L vs. Nebraska 34-18)
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #9 on: June 16, 2017, 01:25:55 PM »


WEEK 7


1. Oregon (7-0) (W vs. Washington 38-37)
2. Ohio State (7-0) (W vs. Maryland 37-29)
3. Florida State (6-0) (W vs. Wake Forest 51-30)
4. Missouri (7-0) (W vs. LSU 38-20)
5. Michigan (6-0) (W vs. Indiana 41-24)
6. Auburn (6-1) (W vs. Arkansas 44-38)
7. Wisconsin (6-0) (W vs. Purdue 38-31)
8. South Carolina (5-1) (W vs. Tennessee 38-17)
9. North Carolina (7-0) (W vs. Duke 66-34)
10. Oklahoma (6-1) (L vs. Baylor 44-41)
11. Oklahoma State (5-0) (W vs. Kansas St. 38-31)
12. Florida (4-1)  (L vs. Georgia 27-23)
13. Clemson (5-2) (W vs. Louisville 38-20)
14. UCLA (4-0) (W vs. Arizona 40-17)
15. Texas (4-1) (W vs. Iowa St. 34-6)
16. Alabama (4-2) (W vs. Mississippi 47-17)
17. USC (4-2) (BYE)
18. Mississippi State (5-2) (W vs. Texas A&M 44-41)
19. Georgia (4-2) (W vs. Florida 27-23)
20. Baylor (5-2) (W vs. Oklahoma 44-41)
21. Central Florida (6-1) (W vs. USF 38-24)
22. Michigan State (5-2) (W vs. Notre Dame 45-35)
23. Georgia Tech (6-1) (W vs. Virginia Tech 22-17)
24. Arizona State (6-1) (W vs. Utah 28-24)
25. Navy (6-0) (W vs. Memphis 47-44 F/OT)

Dropped Out
LSU (4-2) (L vs. Missouri 38-20)
Texas A&M (3-3) (L vs. Mississippi St. 44-41)
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #10 on: June 16, 2017, 01:26:07 PM »


WEEK 8


1. Oregon (8-0) (W vs. Stanford 41-10)
2. Florida State (7-0) (W vs. Miami 45-27)
3. Michigan (7-0) (W vs. Rutgers 34-31)
4. Auburn (7-1) (W vs. LSU 35-19)
5. North Carolina (8-0) (W vs. Georgia Tech 23-19)
6. South Carolina (5-1) (BYE)
7. Florida (5-1) (W vs. Kentucky 45-20)
8. Oklahoma State (6-0) (W vs. Iowa St. 51-14)
9. Ohio State (7-1) (L vs. Michigan St. 55-53 F/OT)
10. UCLA (5-0) (W vs. Arizona St. 39-37)
11. Missouri (7-1) (L vs. Georgia 45-31)
12. Mississippi State (6-2) (W vs. Alabama 48-41)
13. Georgia (5-2) (W vs. Missouri 45-31)
14. Clemson (5-2) (BYE)
15. Baylor (6-2) (W vs. Texas 27-0)
16. Michigan State (6-2)  (W vs. Ohio St. 55-53 F/OT)
17. Oklahoma (6-2) (L vs. Texas Tech 45-35)
18. USC (4-2) (BYE)
19. Wisconsin (6-1) (L vs. Nebraska 30-27)
20. Navy (7-0) (W vs. Connecticut 24-10) 
21. Iowa (6-1) (W vs. Illinois 45-31)
22. Colorado State (7-1) (W vs. Boise State 45-24)
23. Cincinnati (6-2) (W vs. Central Florida 34-20)
24. Texas (4-2) (L vs. Baylor 27-0)
25. Nebraska (5-3) (W vs. Wisconsin 30-27)

Dropped Out
Alabama (4-3)  (L vs. Mississippi St. 48-41)
Central Florida (6-2) (L vs. Cincinnati 34-20)
Georgia Tech (6-2) (L vs. UNC 23-19)
Arizona State (6-2)  (L vs. UCLA 39-37)
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #11 on: June 16, 2017, 01:26:22 PM »


WEEK 9


1. Oregon (9-0) (W vs. Arizona State 38-13)
2. Florida State (8-0) (W vs. Louisville 35-28)
3. North Carolina (8-0)  (BYE)
4. Florida (6-1) (W vs. Missouri 31-16)
5. Oklahoma State (7-0)  (W vs. Texas Tech 57-34)
6. UCLA (6-0) (W vs. Stanford 47-27)
7. Mississippi State (7-2) (W vs. Arkansas 27-17)
8. Oklahoma (7-2) (W vs. Texas 37-14)
9. Auburn (7-2) (L vs. Texas A&M 49-27)
10. Georgia (6-2) (W vs. Tennessee 38-17)
11. Clemson (6-2) (W vs. Boston College 38-30) 
12. Wisconsin (7-1) (W vs. NC State 38-35)
13. Missouri (7-2)  (L vs. MIssouri 31-16)
14. Michigan (7-1) (L vs. Penn State 32-21)
15. Ohio State (7-2)  (W vs. Rutgers 39-33 F/OT)
16. South Carolina (5-2) (L vs. Mississippi 27-20)
17. Colorado State (8-1) (W vs. Air Force 27-10)
18. Iowa (7-1) (W vs. Maryland 45-24)
19. Cincinnati (7-2) (W vs. Houston 30-26)
20. USC (4-2)  (BYE)
21. Central Florida (7-2) (W vs. Tulane 34-24)
22. Nebraska (6-3) (W vs. Northwestern 34-6)
23. Texas A&M (5-3) (W vs. Auburn 49-27)
24. Alabama (5-3) (W vs. LSU 48-21)
25. Mississippi (5-4) (W vs. South Carolina 27-20)

Dropped Out
Baylor (6-3) (L vs. Kansas 31-24)
Michigan State (6-3)  (L vs. Indiana 30-27)
Navy (7-1) (L vs. Notre Dame 55-27)
Texas (4-3) (L vs. Oklahoma 37-14)
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #12 on: June 16, 2017, 01:26:55 PM »


WEEK 10


1. Oregon (10-0) (W vs. Arizona 49-27)
2. Florida State (8-0)  (BYE)
3. Florida (7-1) (W vs. South Carolina 42-21)
4. UCLA (7-0) (W vs. USC 41-24)
5. Oklahoma State (8-0) (W vs. Kansas 37-21)
6. Auburn (8-2) (W vs. Georgia 28-27)
7. North Carolina (8-0) (BYE)
8. Michigan (8-1) (W vs. Minnesota 40-17)
9. Clemson (7-2) (W vs. Syracuse 46-10)
10. Ohio State (8-2) (W vs. Illinois 48-35)
11. Oklahoma (8-2) (W vs. Iowa State 45-20)
12. Wisconsin (8-1) (W vs. Rutgers 34-23)
13. Colorado State (9-1) (W vs. Nevada 44-31)
14. Missouri (7-2) (BYE)
15. Cincinnati (7-2) (W vs. Southern Florida 41-20)
16. Central Florida (8-2) (W vs. Temple 38-24)
17. Nebraska (7-3) (W vs. Iowa 47-27)
18. Texas A&M (6-3) (W vs. Kentucky 51-20)
19. Mississippi State (7-3) (L vs. LSU 45-21)
20. Alabama (6-3) (W vs. Tennessee 37-10)
21. Navy (8-1) (W vs. ECU 54-37)
22. Georgia (6-3) (L vs. Auburn 28-27)
23. Michigan State (7-3) (W vs. Maryland 31-14)
24. Notre Dame (6-3) (W vs. Stanford 35-25)
25. Baylor (7-3) (W vs. Kansas State 45-10)

Dropped Out
South Carolina (5-3) (L vs. Florida 42-21)
Iowa (7-2) (L vs. Nebraska 47-27)
USC (4-3) (L vs. UCLA 41-24)
Mississippi (5-4) (BYE)

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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #13 on: June 16, 2017, 01:27:10 PM »


WEEK 11


1. Oregon (10-0) (BYE)
2. Florida State (9-0) (W vs. Boston College 44-12)
3. Florida (8-1) (W vs. Vanderbilt 51-48 F/OT)
4. UCLA (8-0) (W vs. Colorado 30-13)
5. North Carolina (9-0) (W vs. Pittsburgh 59-45)
6. Clemson (8-2) (W vs. NC State 55-6)
7. Oklahoma State (9-2) (W vs. TCU 32-29)
8. Missouri (8-2) (W vs. South Carolina 38-31)
9. Wisconsin (9-1) (W vs. Iowa 37-23)
10. Ohio State (8-2) (BYE)
11. Cincinnati (8-2) (W vs. Memphis 30-23)
12. Colorado State (10-1) (W vs. Hawaii 33-31)
13. Central Florida (9-2) (W vs. Tulsa 48-37)
14. Michigan (8-2) (L vs. Notre Dame 34-20)
15. Oklahoma State (8-1) (L vs. Baylor 48-45)
16. Texas A&M (7-3) (W vs. Houston 41-27)
17. Georgia (7-3) (W vs. Kentucky 48-24)
18. Auburn (8-3) (L vs. Miami 33-20)
19. Notre Dame (7-3) (W vs. Michigan 34-20)
20. Michigan State (8-3) (W vs. Rutgers 27-6)
21. Baylor (8-3) (W vs. Oklahoma State 48-45)
22. Alabama (6-3) (BYE)
23. Mississippi State (7-3) (BYE)
24. Navy (8-1) (BYE)
25. Miami (7-4) (W vs. Auburn 33-20)

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« Reply #14 on: June 16, 2017, 01:27:20 PM »


WEEK 12


1. Oregon (11-0) (W vs. Louisiana Monroe 37-20)
2. Florida State (10-0) (W vs. NC State 41-31)
3. North Carolina (10-0) (W vs. Virginia  Tech 45-42)
4. Florida (8-1) (BYE)
5. Missouri (9-2) (W vs. Vanderbilt 34-31)
6. Oklahoma State (9-2) (BYE)
7. Ohio State (8-2) (BYE)
8. Colorado State (10-1) (BYE)
9. Texas A&M (8-3) (W vs. Wisconsin 44-13)
10. Cincinnati (8-2) (BYE)
11. Central Florida (9-2) (BYE)
12. UCLA (8-1) (L vs. Oregon State 34-31 F/OT)
13. Wisconsin (9-2) (L vs. Texas A&M 44-13)
14. Georgia (8-3) (W vs. Idaho 48-14)
15. Michigan (8-2) (BYE)
16. Navy (9-1) (W vs. Southern Florida 24-21)
17. Notre Dame (8-3) (W vs. Pittsburgh 40-14)
18. Auburn (8-3) (BYE)
19. Alabama (7-3) (W vs. SMU 58-7)
20. Clemson (8-3) (L vs. Georgia Tech 52-34)
21. Oklahoma State (8-2) (L vs. West Virginia 40-24)
22. USC (6-3) (W vs. Stanford 54-7)
23. Michigan State (8-3) (BYE)
24.Baylor (8-3) (BYE)
25. Nebraska (8-4) (W vs. Mississippi State 31-29)

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Miami (7-5) (L vs. Virginia 27-21)
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« Reply #15 on: June 16, 2017, 01:53:03 PM »


WEEK 13


1. Oregon (11-0) (BYE)
2. North Carolina (11-0) (W vs. App State 28-17)
3. Florida (9-1) (W vs. Ohio 24-17)
4. Missouri (10-2) (W vs. California 38-24)
5. Florida State (10-1) (L vs. LA Tech 47-44 F/OT)
6. Ohio State (9-2) (W vs. Toledo 63-24)
7. Oklahoma (9-2) (BYE)
8. Cincinnati (10-2) (W vs. Nevada 41-24)
9. Central Florida (10-2) (W vs. Troy 69-3)
10. Michigan (9-2) (W vs. Southern Florida 26-7)
11. Texas A&M (8-3) (BYE)
12. Oklahoma State (9-2) (W vs. Illinois 51-27)
13. Navy (10-1) (W vs. Tulsa 42-20)
14. Wisconsin (9-2) (BYE)
15. Georgia (8-3) (BYE)
16. UCLA (8-2)  (L vs. Utah 37-16)
17. Alabama (8-3) (W vs. Texas Tech 45-41)
18. Notre Dame (8-3) (BYE)
19. USC (7-3) (W vs. Arizona 30-22)
20. Auburn (8-3) (BYE)
21. Clemson (8-3) (BYE)
22. Michigan State (8-3) (BYE)
23. Colorado State (10-2) (L vs. Purdue 31-20)
24. Nebraska (8-4) (BYE)
25. Utah (9-3) (W vs. UCLA 37-16)


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« Reply #16 on: June 16, 2017, 02:17:48 PM »


WEEK 14


1. Oregon (11-0) (BYE)
2. Florida (10-1) (W vs. Texas State 57-17)
3. North Carolina (11-0) (BYE)
4. Missouri (10-2) (BYE)
5. Florida State (10-1) (BYE)
6. Ohio State (9-2) (BYE)
7. Oklahoma (9-2) (BYE)
8. Cincinnati (10-2) (BYE)
9. Central Florida (10-2) (BYE)
10. UCLA (9-2) (W vs. Arkansas St. 41-14)
11. Michigan (9-2) (BYE)
12.  Texas A&M (8-3) (BYE)
13. Oklahoma State (9-2) (BYE)
14. Notre Dame (9-3) (W vs. USC 23-17)
15. Navy (10-1) (BYE)
16. Wisconsin (9-2) (BYE)
17. Georgia (8-3) (BYE)
18. Alabama (8-3) (BYE)
19. Auburn (8-3) (BYE)
20. Clemson (8-3) (BYE)
21. Michigan State (8-3) (BYE)
22. Colorado State (10-2) (BYE)
23. Nebraska (8-4) (BYE)
24. Utah (9-3) (BYE)
25. USC (7-4) (L vs. Notre Dame 23-17)


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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #17 on: June 23, 2017, 01:22:28 PM »


WEEK 15


1. Oregon (12-0) (W vs. Oregon State 34-31 F/OT)
2. Florida (11-1) (W vs. Florida State 27-23)
3. North Carolina (12-0) (W vs. NC State 44-24)
4. Missouri (10-2) (BYE)
5. Michigan (9-2) (W vs. Ohio State 38-24)
6. UCLA (10-2) (W vs. California 43-21)
7. Cincinnati (10-2) (BYE)
8. Texas A&M (9-3) (W vs. Arkansas 37-0)
9. Florida State (10-2) (L vs. Florida 27-23)
10. Oklahoma State (10-2) (W vs. Oklahoma 50-48 F/OT)
11. Central Florida (10-2) (BYE)
12. Navy (11-1) (W vs. Army 27-14)
13. Alabama (9-3) (W vs. Auburn 31-27)
14. Notre Dame (9-3) (BYE)
15. USC (8-4) (W vs. Colorado 41-28)
16. Georgia (8-4)  (L vs. Georgia Tech 52-27)
17. Ohio State (9-3) (L vs. Michigan 38-24)
18. Oklahoma (9-3)  (L vs. Oklahoma State 50-48 F/OT)
19. Colorado State (10-2) (BYE)
20. Auburn (8-4) (L vs. Alabama 31-27)
21.Nebraska (8-4) (BYE)
22. Utah (9-3) (BYE)
23. Clemson (8-4) (L vs. South Carolina 34-31)
24. Wisconsin (9-3) (L vs. Minnesota 28-24)
25. Georgia Tech (8-4) (W vs. Georgia 52-27)


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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #18 on: June 23, 2017, 01:37:22 PM »

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME MATCH UPS

PAC-12 Championship Game
6UCLA (10-2) vs. 1Oregon (12-0) 

SEC Championship Game
8Texas A&M (9-4) vs. 2Florida (11-1)

ACC Championship Game
9Florida State (10-2) vs. 3North Carolina (12-0)

BIG 10 Championship Game
24Wisconsin (9-3) vs. 5Michigan (10-2)

AAC Championship Game
12Navy (11-1) vs. 7Cincinnati (10-2)

Mountain West Championship Game
Nevada (8-5) vs. 19Colorado State (10-2)

Conference USA Championship Game
UTEP (8-4) vs. Marhsall (8-4)

MAC Championship Game
Eastern Michigan (4-8) vs. Buffalo (8-5)


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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE [College Football News]
« Reply #19 on: October 11, 2017, 02:53:06 PM »
MARSHAL (9-4) DEFEATS UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS EL PASO (8-5) 37-31 TO WIN CONFERENCE USA TITLE!
MVP - Travis Bernier (WR - UTEP) 7 rec, 204 yards, 1 TD

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME GOES TO OVERTIME AS EASTERN MICHIGAN (5-8) UPSETS BUFFALO (8-5)!
MVP - Anthony Courtney (WR - EMI) 5 rec, 131 yards, 3 TD


COLORADO STATE (11-2) DOMINATE LATE TO PULL AWAY FROM PESKY NEVADA (8-5) TO CLAIM MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE CROWN![/u]
MVP - Paul Davis (QB - CSU) 23/38, 357 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT


AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE TITLE GAME SEES CINCINNATI (11-2) BLOW OUT NAVY (11-2) WITH 45 UNANSWERED POINTS!
MVP - Gary Higgins (WR - CINCY) 6 rec, 106 yards, 3 TD


BIG 10 TITLE RETURNS TO ANN ARBOR AS MICHIGAN (11-2) HOLD OFF WISCONSIN (9-4)
MVP - Jesse Ginn (SS - MICH) 12 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 PD, 1 INT


TEXAS A&M (9-4) CAN'T FIND ANSWERS AGAINST FLORIDA (12-1) AS GATORS CLAIM SEC CHAMPIONSHIP!
MVP - Tommy Mazza (QB - UF) 21/29 344 yards, 3 TD


LAST SECOND TOUCHDOWN ENDS ACC TITLE GAME AS UNC (13-0) BEATS FLORIDA STATE (10-3)!
MVP - Talon Wilkinson II (DT - UNC) 7 Tackles, 4 TFL, 2 Sacks, 1 Forced Fumble


#1 OREGON DUCKS (13-0) THUMP UCLA (10-3) EARLY IN ROUTE TO 52-39 PAC12 CHAMPIONSHIP WIN!
MVP - Robert Marshall (QB - ORE) 23/38, 376 Yards, 5 TD






WEEK 16 - CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK


1. Oregon (13-0) (W vs. UCLA 52-39)
2. Florida (12-1) (W vs. Texas A&M 34-17)
3. North Carolina (13-0) (W vs. Florida State 47-41)
4. Missouri (10-2) (BYE)
5. Michigan (11-2) (W vs. Wisconsin 41-34)
6. Cincinnati (11-2) (W vs. Navy 55-13)
7. Oklahoma State (10-2) (BYE)
8. Central Florida (10-2) (BYE)
9. Alabama (9-3) (BYE)
10. Notre Dame (9-3) (BYE)
11. Colorado State (11-2) (W vs. Nevada 47-35)
12. Texas A&M (9-4) (L vs. Florida 34-17)
13. UCLA (10-3) (L vs. Oregon 52-39)
14. Navy (11-2) (L vs. Cincinnati 55-13)
15. Florida State (10-3) (L vs. North Carolina 47-41)
16. USC (8-4) (BYE)
17. Georgia (8-4)  (BYE)
18. Ohio State (9-3) (BYE)
19. Oklahoma (9-3)  (BYE)
20. Auburn (8-4) (BYE)
21. Nebraska (8-4) (BYE)
22. Utah (9-3) (BYE)
23. Clemson (8-4) (BYE)
24. Arizona State (9-4) (BYE)
25. Georgia Tech (8-4) (BYE)


Dropped Out
Wisconsin (9-4) (L vs. Michigan 41-34)
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE [College Football News]
« Reply #20 on: October 11, 2017, 03:10:42 PM »
BOWL GAMES

Camping World Bowl
Virginia (5-7) vs Louisiana-Monroe (4-7)

Quick Lane Bowl
Minnesota (6-6) vs Appalachian State (6-6)

Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl
Virginia Tech (5-7) vs Rutgers (7-5)

Birmingham Bowl
Old Dominion (7-5) vs. Wake Forest (6-6)

Foster Farms Bowl
Eastern Michigan (5-8) vs Indiana (6-6)

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Bowl
Middle Tennessee (6-6) vs Georgia Southern (6-6)

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
21 Nebraska (8-4) vs Central Michigan (6-6)

San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl
Brigham Young (8-4) vs 22 Utah (9-3)

Gildan New Mexico Bowl
San Jose State (6-6) vs Western Kentucky (7-5)

Raycom Media Camellia Bowl
Texas State (7-5) vs Ohio (6-6)

Miami Beach Bowl
Akron (6-6) vs Louisiana Tech (8-4)

Marmot Boca Raton Bowl
Texas-San Antonio (8-4) vs East Carolina (6-6)

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
12 Texas A&M (9-4) vs Fresno State (6-6)

AutoZone Liberty Bowl
Vanderbilt (6-6) vs Texas Tech (6-6)

Motel 6 Cactus Bowl
Oregon State (7-5) vs Texas (7-5)

Belk Bowl
LSU (7-5) vs Boston College (7-5)

TaxSlayer Bowl
South Carolina (7-5) vs Penn State (7-5)

Advocare V100 Texas Bowl
Mississippi State (7-5) vs Texas Christian (6-6)

New Era Pinstripe Bowl
18 Ohio State (9-3) vs Louisville (7-5)

Hyundai Sun Bowl
Washington (6-6) vs 25 Georgia Tech (8-4)

Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman
Miami (7-5) vs Tulsa (6-6)

New Home Loans Arizona Bowl
Troy (8-4) vs Boise State (6-6)

Las Vegas Bowl
24 Arizona State (8-4) vs Nevada (8-5)

Hawai'i Bowl
Wyoming (7-5) vs Texas-El Paso (8-5)

Dollar General Bowl
New Mexico State (7-5) vs Buffalo (8-5)

Popeyes Bahamas Bowl
Kentucky State (8-4) vs Marshall (9-4)

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl
Mississippi (7-5) vs 23 Clemson (8-4)

Outback Bowl
17 Georgia (8-4) vs Michigan State (8-4)

Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl
20 Auburn (8-4) vs Iowa (7-5)

National Funding Holiday Bowl
16 Southern California (8-4) vs Wisconsin (9-4)

Russell Athletic Bowl
19 Oklahoma (9-3) vs 10 Notre Dame (9-3)

Valero Alamo Bowl
13 UCLA (10-3) vs 7 Oklahoma State (10-2)

Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl
8 Central Florida (10-2) vs Baylor (8-4)

PlaysStation Fiesta Bowl
14 Navy (11-2) vs 5 Michigan (11-2)

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic
11 Colorado State (11-2) vs 6 Cincinnati (11-2)

Capital One Orange Bowl
9 Alabama (9-3) vs 15 Florida State (10-3)




COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

Allstate Sugar Bowl
4 Missouri (10-2) vs. 1 Oregon (13-0)

Rose Bowl
3 North Carolina (13-0) vs. 2 Florida (12-1)

National Championship Game
MIZZOU/ORE vs. UNC/UF
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BOWL GAME RESULTS

Camping World Bowl
Virginia 37
Louisiana-Monroe 0

MVP - Steven Hooper (RB - UVA) 17 att, 80 yards, 1 TD

Quick Lane Bowl
Minnesota 38
Appalachian State 13

MVP - Herman Feliciano  (LB - MINN) 10 Tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR

Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl
Virginia Tech 41
Rutgers 31

MVP - Joshua Staten (QB - RU) 15/21, 363 yards, 4 TD

Birmingham Bowl
Old Dominion 14
Wake Forest 45

MVP - Scott Stone (RB - WF) 24 att, 119 yards, 1 TD

Foster Farms Bowl
Eastern Michigan 24
 Indiana 48

MVP - Charles Castaneda (CB - IU) 3 Tackles, 1 INT, 1 DTD

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Bowl
Middle Tennessee 20
Georgia Southern 37

MVP - John Titus (RB - GASO) 27 att, 122 yards, 1 TD

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
21 Nebraska 41
Central Michigan 14

MVP - Hilton Keegan (QB - NEB) 23/30, 282 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT

San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl
Brigham Young 17
22 Utah 47

MVP - Leonardo Batson (RB - UTAH) 26 att, 107 yards, 2 TD

Gildan New Mexico Bowl
San Jose State (21
Western Kentucky 36

MVP - Anthony Farley (QB - WKY) 26/42, 449 yards, 2 TD

Raycom Media Camellia Bowl
Texas State 39
Ohio  32 F/OT

MVP - Demetrius Tyner (RB - TEXST) 22 att, 103 yards, 2 TD

Miami Beach Bowl
Akron 24
Louisiana Tech  23

MVP - Michael McBride (QB - AKR) 23/34, 323 yards, 2 TD

Marmot Boca Raton Bowl
Texas-San Antonio 34
East Carolina  39

MVP - William Freeman (RB - ECU) 25 att, 135 yards, 1 TD

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
12 Texas A&M 49
Fresno State  7

MVP - Shane Olson (FS - TAMU) 3 Tackles, 1 FR, 1 PD, 1 INT, 1 DTD

AutoZone Liberty Bowl
Vanderbilt 17
Texas Tech  38

MVP - Blake Main (WR - TT) 6 Rec, 130 Yards, 3 TD

Motel 6 Cactus Bowl
Oregon State 24
Texas 28

MVP - Cecil Kellogg (LB - ORST) 13 Tackles, 2 TFL, 2 FF, 1 FR, 1 INT, 1 DTD

Belk Bowl
LSU 17
Boston College  24

MVP - Robert Holt (CB - BC) 2 Tackles, 5 PD, 1 INT
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« Reply #22 on: November 28, 2017, 01:37:10 PM »
BOWL GAME RESULTS

TaxSlayer Bowl
South Carolina 38
Penn State  31

MVP - Howard Kunz (RB - SC) 28 att, 166 yards, 1 TD

Advocare V100 Texas Bowl
Mississippi State 35
Texas Christian 45

MVP - Joey Scarbrough (QB - TCU) 22/30, 268 yards, 6 TD

New Era Pinstripe Bowl
18 Ohio State 24
Louisville 32

MVP - Marcus Seiler (RB - LU) 17 att, 155 yards, 1 TD

Hyundai Sun Bowl
Washington 17
25 Georgia Tech  34

MVP - Shane Christie (RB - GT) 25 att, 121 yards 1 TD

Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman
Miami 37
Tulsa 20

MVP - Miguel Strong (WR - UM) - 8 rec, 138 yards, 3 TD

New Home Loans Arizona Bowl
Troy  27
Boise State  31

MVP - Austin Collado (WR- BOISE) 6 rec, 124 yards, 1 TD

Las Vegas Bowl
24 Arizona State 34
Nevada 47

MVP - Kevin Peunte (SS - NEV) 10 Tackles, 1 TFL, 1 PD, 1 INT

Hawai'i Bowl
Wyoming 48
Texas-El Paso  38

MVP - Melvin Thornburg (QB - WYO) - 19/33, 404 yards, 4 TD, 2 INT

Dollar General Bowl
New Mexico State 26
Buffalo 44

MVP - Kevin Hynes (RB - BUF) 24 att, 155 yards, 2 TD

Popeyes Bahamas Bowl
Kentucky State 21
Marshall 31

MVP - Michael Gilbert (MARSH) 5 rec, 160 yards, 2 TD

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl
Mississippi 10
23 Clemson  41

MVP - Sergio Garrett (WR - CLEM) 6 rec, 123 yards, 2 TD

Outback Bowl
17 Georgia 44
Michigan State 14

MVP - Peter Walker (LB - UGA) 6 Tackles, 1 PD, 1 INT, 1 DTD

Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl
20 Auburn 49
Iowa  57 F/OT

MVP - Rolland Collins (LB - IOWA) 9 Tackles, 2 Int, 1 DTD

National Funding Holiday Bowl
16 Southern California 41
Wisconsin 27

MVP - Willie Purcell (RB - USC) 26 att, 110 yards, 5 KR, 235 yards, 1 KRTD

Russell Athletic Bowl
19 Oklahoma 49
10 Notre Dame 52

MVP - Richard Hutchens (QB - ND) 20/31, 392 yards, 6 TD, 1 INT

Valero Alamo Bowl
13 UCLA 30
7 Oklahoma State 26

MVP - Anthony Bertrand (FS - UCLA) 10 Tackles, 1 INT, 1 DTD
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« Reply #23 on: December 13, 2017, 12:08:41 AM »
BOWL GAME RESULTS

Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl
8 Central Florida 20
Baylor 45

MVP - Robert Ingram (WR - BU) 4 Rec, 156 yards, 2 TD

PlaysStation Fiesta Bowl
14 Navy 24
5 Michigan 21

MVP - Charles Milton (QB - NAVY) 13/19, 117 yards, 15 att, 55 yards, 2 TD

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic
11 Colorado State 24
6 Cincinnati 51

MVP - Anthony Jimenez (CB - CINCY) 1 Tackle, 5 PD, 2 INT, 1 DTD

Capital One Orange Bowl
9 Alabama 31
15 Florida State  17

MVP - Joshua Folsom (WR - BAMA) 5 rec, 169 yards, 2 TD




COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

Allstate Sugar Bowl
4 Missouri 22
1 Oregon 34

MVP - James Booth (WR - ORE) 11 rec, 182 yards, 3 TD

Rose Bowl
3 North Carolina 52
2 Florida 59

MVP - Thomas Mazza (QB - UF) 26/36, 419 yards, 4 TD





National Championship Game
1 Oregon 41
2 Florida 38

MVP - Andres Henry (WR - UF) 12 Rec, 199 yards, 4 TD
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2019 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOWL GAME RESULTS

Camping World Independence Bowl
Auburn 58
Troy 9
MVP - David Thrash (AUB QB) 15/27, 270 yards, 3 TD, 2 INT


Quick Lane Bowl
Florida International 6
Georgia Southern 37
MVP - John Anderson (GASO RB) 21 Att, 95 Yards, 2 TD


Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl Bowl
Marshall 20
San Jose State 27
MVP - Andrew Smith (MAR WR) 8 Rec, 122 Yards, 2 TD


Foster Farms Bowl
New Mexico State 21
Michigan 52
MVP - John Austin (MICH RB) 15 att, 122 Yards, 2 TD


Birmingham Bowl
Alabama 54
Iowa State 14
MVP - Genaro Reinhardt (AL RB) 26 Att, 178 Yards, 2 TD


Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
Texas Christian 34
University of Ohio 28
MVP - Adam Boling (OH WR) 5 Rec, 206 Yards, 2 TD


Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Iowa 32
Louisiana Tech 27
MVP -  Fred Hurtado (LAT FS) 8 Tackles, 1 PD, 1 INT, 1 DTD


Gildan New Mexico Bowl
San Diego State 29 /b]
Middle Tennessee State 26 F/3OT[
MVP - Derrick Schuler (MT LB) 10 Tackles, 2 PD, 1 INT, 1 DTD


Raycom Media Camellia Bowl
Louisiana-Lafayette  10
11 South Carolina 46
MVP - Mohammad Westmoreland (SCAR WR) 3 Rec, 109 Yards, 2 TDs


Miami Beach Bowl
Eastern Michigan 17
Texas - San Antonio 54
MVP - Jose Voss (TXSA WR) 9 Rec, 193 yards, 1 TD


San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl
25 Brigham-Young University 35
Southern Florida 14
MVP - Marco Betts (BYU RB) 17 att, 82 Yards, 3 TDs


Marmot Boca Raton Bowl
Texas - El Paso 6
23 Cincinnati 49
MVP - Juan Portillo (CIN RB) 15 att, 104 yards, 4 TD


R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
Navy 39
Nevada 47 F/3OT
MVP - Paul Davison (NAVY FS) 9 Tackles, 6 PD, 1 INT, 1 DTD


AutoZone Liberty Bowl
Texas A&M 21
Kansas State 20
MVP - Richard Ruiz (KSU DT) 5 Tackles, 3 TFL, 2 Sacks


Motel 6 Cactus Bowl
11Southern California 24
Baylor 30
MVP -  Bryan Espinoza (BAY QB) 21/36, 327 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT


Belk Bowl
15 Missouri 31
Clemson 27
MVP - Dominic Aguilar (CLEM RB) 22 att, 109 yards, 2 TD


TaxSlayer Bowl
Georgia 24
22 Michigan State 52
MVP - Jerome Smith (MSU DE) 5 Tackles, 2 TFL, 1 Sack, 1 FF


Advocare V100 Texas Bowl
Louisiana State 33
Oklahoma 6
MVP - David Moreau (LSU QB) - 14/20, 337 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT


New Era Pinstripe Bowl
Ohio State 3
Miami (FL) 26
MVP - Luis Keyes (MIA QB) 17/23, 175 yards, 2 TD

Hyundai Sun Bowl
24 Stanford  39
Louisville 32 
MVP - Mikel Moore (STAN CB) 9 Tackles, 1 INT, 1 DTD


Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman
Pittsburgh 16 
Houston 23 
MVP - Robert Davis (HOU WR) 8 Rec, 166 Yards, 1 TD


Nova Home Loans Arizona Bowl
Texas State 21
Colorado State 28
MVP - David Evans (CSU RB) 23 att, 132 yards, 2 TD


Las Vegas Bowl
18Arizona State 21
Boise State 49 
MVP -  Larry Mackey (BOI WR) 7 Rec, 176 Yards, 2 TD


Hawai'i Bowl
Hawaii 16 
North Texas 37
MVP - Carl Henry (NTX DT) 6 Tackles, 5 TFL, 1 Sack, 1 FR


Dollar General Bowl
Arkansas State 30
Akron 35


Popeyes Bahamas Bowl
Western Michigan 24
Florida Atlantic 27
MVP -  Jeffery Perryman (FAU RB) 29 att, 142 yards, 1 TD


Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl
16 Mississippi Sate 24
13 Georgia Tech 31
MVP - Kevin Bush (MSST LB) 8 Tackles, 2 TFL, 1 FF, 1 FR, 1 INT


Outback Bowl
12 Tennessee 26
Wisconsin 13 
MVP - Aaron Painter (WIS LB) 14 Tackles

Bufallo Wilde Wings Citrus Bowl
10 Florida 45
Penn State 17 
MVP - Richard Jacobs (UF RB) 26 att, 124 yards, 2 TD


Notional Funding Holiday Bowl
Utah 20
14 Rutgers 31 
MVP - Samual McNabb (UTAH RB) 31 att, 130 yards


Russell Athletic Bowl
21 Oklahoma State 16 
9 Virginia Tech 30
MVP - Thomas Alexander (VT QB) 23/36, 358 Yards, 3 TD, 0 INT


Valero Alamo Bowl
Washington State 24
20 Texas 44
MVP -  David Tinker (UT WR) 7 Rec, 189 Yards, 1 TD


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
23 Idaho 23 
Buffalo 6
MVP - Peter Fowler (IDAHO RB) 30 att, 121 yards, 1 TD


PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
5 UCLA 48
7  North Carolina 49 F/OT
MVP - Steven Hudgins (UNC QB) 15/18, 321 Yards, 5 TD, 0 INT


Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic
19 Utah State 19
17 Central Florida 37
MVP - Maria Crews (UCF RB) 26 att, 113 yards, 2 TD


Capital One Orange Bowl
8 Notre Dame 45
6 Florida State 23
MVP - Randall Estates (ND RB) 27 att, 133 yards, 2 TD
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE [College Football News]
« Reply #25 on: September 03, 2018, 06:42:59 PM »
2019 COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS


Allstate Sugar Bowl (CFP Semi Final)
4 West Virginia 16
1 Mississippi 38
MVP - Victor Baughman (OLEMISS WR) 6 Rec, 130 Yards, 2 TD


Rose Bowl (CFP Semi Final)
3 Oregon 28
2 Nebraska 36
MVP - Chester Badger (NEB WR) 7 Rec, 118 Yards, 1 TD, 5 KR, 155 Yards, 1 TD



National Championship Game
2 Nebraska
1 Mississippi

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2019 COLLEGE FOOTBALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME


National Championship Game
2 Nebraska 31
1 Mississippi 24
MVP - Hilton Keegan (NEB QB) 30/42, 277 Yards, 2 TD, 5 Carries, 55 Yards, 1 TD
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE [College Football News]
« Reply #27 on: September 21, 2018, 03:15:24 PM »
2019 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) All-Conference Team.

QB Steven Hudgins - North Carolina Tar Heels (272/426, 4593 yds, 46 TD)
RB Abraham Dupont - North Carolina Tar Heels (295 att, 1465 yds, 6 TD, 24 rec, 245 yds, 0 TD)
FB Michael Mills - Virginia Tech Hokies (25 att, 127 yds, 0 TD, 9 rec, 83 yds, 0 TD)
TE Chris Flanagan - Florida State Seminoles (52 rec, 392 yds, 4 TD)
WR Jose Zambrano - Clemson Tigers (76 rec, 1386 yds, 16 TD)
WR John King - Florida State Seminoles (66 rec, 1497 yds, 11 TD)
C Craig Newcomb - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (43 Pancakes)
G Lee Clay - Miami (FL) Hurricanes (50 Pancakes)
G Jason Taylor - Louisville Cardinals (45 Pancakes)
T Anderson Guerra - Virginia Tech Hokies (70 Pancakes)
T James Poe - Louisville Cardinals (55 Pancakes)
DT Melvin Monroe - Clemson Tigers (55 Tck, 11 Sck)
DT Allen Coffey - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (48 Tck, 10 Sck)
DE Conrad Hayes - Louisville Cardinals (45 Tck, 6 Sck)
DE Angel Boles - Virginia Tech Hokies (40 Tck, 6 Sck)
LB Carlos Corbett - North Carolina Tar Heels (103 Tck, 1 Sck, 3 Int, 2 Def TD)
LB Rueben Anderson - Florida State Seminoles (99 Tck, 2 Sck, 1 Int)
LB Samuel Douglas - North Carolina Tar Heels (104 Tck, 1 Sck)
CB Matthew Hines - Virginia Tech Hokies (41 Tck, 7 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
CB Lino Perkins - North Carolina Tar Heels (50 Tck, 5 Int, 1 Def TD)

SS Isaac Pitts - Clemson Tigers (91 Tck, 1 Sck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD)
FS Billy Trent - Duke Blue Devils (114 Tck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
K Joshua Thomas - Miami (FL) Hurricanes (30/35 FG)
P Taylor Abraham - Duke Blue Devils (4264 yards, 46.9 avg, 20 inside 20)




2019 American Athletic Conference (AAC) All-Conference Team.

QB Charles Benson - Cincinnati Bearcats (253/434, 3425 yds, 32 TD)
RB Maria Crews - Central Florida Knights (347 att, 1666 yds, 13 TD, 23 rec, 165 yds, 0 TD)
FB Edmond Harris - South Florida Bulls (29 att, 133 yds, 0 TD, 6 rec, 68 yds, 0 TD)
TE Xavier Jones - Central Florida Knights (56 rec, 378 yds, 2 TD)
WR Gary Higgins - Cincinnati Bearcats (76 rec, 1439 yds, 13 TD)
WR Francis Green - Temple Owls (65 rec, 1383 yds, 6 TD)
C Richard Shelby - Navy Midshipmen (42 Pancakes)
G Allen Kilgore - South Florida Bulls (37 Pancakes)
G George Mayer - Central Florida Knights (33 Pancakes)
T Steven Duran - Connecticut Huskies (65 Pancakes)
T Thomas Hebert - Houston Cougars (62 Pancakes)
DT Antonio Weston - Southern Methodist Mustangs (57 Tck, 9 Sck)
DT Chad Crooks - Cincinnati Bearcats (44 Tck, 10 Sck)
DE Richard Gary - Cincinnati Bearcats (47 Tck, 4 Sck)
DE Steve Simons - Tulane Green Wave (32 Tck, 5 Sck, 1 Sfty)
LB Jessie Moody - Central Florida Knights (122 Tck, 2 Int, 2 FR)
LB Tim Faber - Navy Midshipmen (124 Tck, 1 Int, 1 FR)
LB Cortez Rivera - Houston Cougars (119 Tck, 2 FR)
CB Andrew Ferguson - Central Florida Knights (55 Tck, 3 Int)
CB Benjamin McWilliams - Central Florida Knights (47 Tck, 3 Int)
SS Isaac Mckenzie - Tulane Green Wave (97 Tck, 1 Int, 2 FR)
FS Thomas Regalado - Central Florida Knights (68 Tck, 7 Int, 2 FR)
K Luigi Faust - Temple Owls (25/29 FG)
P Olen Stewart - Houston Cougars (4266 yards, 45.9 avg, 21 inside 20)



2019 Big 12 All-Conference Team.

QB Raymond Garcia - Texas Christian Horned Frogs (279/498, 3875 yds, 31 TD)
RB Steve Dunlap - Texas Longhorns (323 att, 1384 yds, 11 TD, 13 rec, 83 yds, 2 TD)
FB Michael Reinhart - Texas Tech Red Raiders (12 att, 44 yds, 1 TD, 22 rec, 159 yds, 2 TD)
TE Joseph Hutchinson - Oklahoma State Cowboys (47 rec, 373 yds, 2 TD)
WR Carroll Diaz - Iowa State Cyclones (63 rec, 1461 yds, 10 TD)
WR David Tinker - Texas Longhorns (61 rec, 1277 yds, 9 TD)
C Derrick Chin - Oklahoma State Cowboys (45 Pancakes)
G Thomas Quick - Baylor Bears (60 Pancakes)
G John Bankston - Baylor Bears (49 Pancakes)
T Jose Crabtree - Oklahoma State Cowboys (77 Pancakes)
T Anthony Wallace - Kansas State Wildcats (65 Pancakes)
DT Carl Parsons - Oklahoma State Cowboys (54 Tck, 10 Sck, 1 Sfty)
DT Howard Gutierrez - Texas Longhorns (62 Tck, 7 Sck)
DE Charles Hightower - Texas Longhorns (41 Tck, 7 Sck)
DE Adam McBride - Baylor Bears (38 Tck, 6 Sck)
LB Dan Edmonds - Baylor Bears (117 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 2 FR)
LB Brandon Elder - Iowa State Cyclones (104 Tck, 1 Int, 3 FR)
LB John Davis - Kansas State Wildcats (105 Tck, 2 Int)
CB Hal Chisolm - Texas Christian Horned Frogs (53 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
CB Joseph Blocker - Oklahoma Sooners (45 Tck, 3 Int)
SS Elisha Royer - Iowa State Cyclones (90 Tck, 2 Int)
FS Richard Connors - Oklahoma State Cowboys (69 Tck, 7 Int, 1 Def TD)
K Robert Comstock - Texas Longhorns (32/34 FG)
P Todd Cooper - West Virginia Mountaineers (3220 yards, 46.7 avg, 17 inside 20)



2019 Big Ten All-Conference Team.

QB Hilton Keegan - Nebraska Cornhuskers (206/333, 3273 yds, 31 TD)
RB Jeffrey Montalvo - Iowa Hawkeyes (320 att, 1543 yds, 9 TD, 13 rec, 93 yds, 1 TD)
FB Earnest Reilly - Michigan State Spartans (16 att, 98 yds, 1 TD, 5 rec, 111 yds, 0 TD)
TE Charles McGhee - Ohio State Buckeyes (49 rec, 368 yds, 3 TD)
WR John Ragland - Michigan State Spartans (75 rec, 1552 yds, 14 TD)
WR Matthew Sutherland - Rutgers Scarlet Knights (63 rec, 1522 yds, 9 TD)
C Raymond Santos - Nebraska Cornhuskers (39 Pancakes)
G Ross Marroquin - Michigan Wolverines (41 Pancakes)
G Rubin Martinez - Iowa Hawkeyes (39 Pancakes)
T William Gaines - Michigan Wolverines (69 Pancakes)
T Thomas Keener - Nebraska Cornhuskers (66 Pancakes)
DT Julian Lindsey - Michigan Wolverines (56 Tck, 9 Sck)
DT Jason Miller - Rutgers Scarlet Knights (55 Tck, 7 Sck, 3 FR)
DE Bruce West - Nebraska Cornhuskers (49 Tck, 7 Sck)
DE Gary Plunkett - Penn State Nittany Lions (50 Tck, 6 Sck)
LB John Bedard - Illinois Fighting Illini (121 Tck, 1 Sck, 2 FR)
LB Gerardo Downing - Iowa Hawkeyes (95 Tck, 2 Sck, 3 Int, 1 FR)
LB James Davis - Nebraska Cornhuskers (114 Tck, 1 Int)
CB Rudolf Maxwell - Iowa Hawkeyes (23 Tck, 5 Int, 2 Def TD)
CB Bennett Sells - Rutgers Scarlet Knights (48 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
SS John Jordan - Ohio State Buckeyes (93 Tck, 2 Int)
FS Robert Barton - Ohio State Buckeyes (78 Tck, 6 Int, 1 Def TD)
K Gene Saunders - Nebraska Cornhuskers (34/40 FG)
P Patrick Frame - Ohio State Buckeyes (4115 yards, 45.7 avg, 18 inside 20)



2019 Conference USA All-Conference Team.

QB Michael Ryan - Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (210/388, 3116 yds, 28 TD)
RB George Anderson - Rice Owls (330 att, 1665 yds, 12 TD)
FB Neville Meredith - UTEP Miners (27 att, 139 yds, 2 TD, 7 rec, 80 yds, 0 TD)
TE Randy Lowery - Marshall Thundering Herd (50 rec, 389 yds, 0 TD)
WR Timothy Reedy - Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles (81 rec, 1674 yds, 7 TD)
WR Jose Voss - Texas San Antonio Roadrunners (79 rec, 1597 yds, 8 TD)
C Richard Perez - Charlotte 49ers (31 Pancakes)
G James Jarvis - Marshall Thundering Herd (38 Pancakes)
G William Gregory - Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (34 Pancakes)
T Steven Streeter - UTEP Miners (61 Pancakes)
T Ted Jefferson - Texas San Antonio Roadrunners (57 Pancakes)
DT Frederic Jones - Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (52 Tck, 12 Sck)
DT Steven Andrews - Old Dominion Monarchs (77 Tck, 7 Sck)
DE Jason Mace - Marshall Thundering Herd (45 Tck, 4 Sck)
DE Adam Hammons - Rice Owls (33 Tck, 6 Sck)
LB Carlos Wagner - UTEP Miners (125 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
LB Mitchell Mercier - Florida Atlantic Owls (127 Tck, 1 Sck)
LB Michael Taylor - Florida International Golden Panthers (112 Tck, 1 Sck)
CB Ramon Appel - Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (44 Tck, 5 Int, 1 Def TD)
CB Johnny Schultz - Marshall Thundering Herd (56 Tck, 4 Int)
SS Jefferey Flemming - Florida Atlantic Owls (96 Tck, 3 Int, 1 Blk FG, 1 FR)
FS Fred Hurtado - Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (87 Tck, 3 Int, 2 Def TD, 1 FR)
K Stephan Lewis - Texas San Antonio Roadrunners (31/33 FG)
P Joshua Wilson - UTEP Miners (5188 yards, 48 avg, 20 inside 20)



2019 Mid-American All-Conference Team.

QB James Simons - Western Michigan Broncos (239/368, 3222 yds, 32 TD)
RB Charles Pettit - Western Michigan Broncos (359 att, 1456 yds, 9 TD, 22 rec, 93 yds, 0 TD)
FB Bryant Brown - Ball State Cardinals (18 att, 96 yds, 2 TD, 5 rec, 183 yds, 1 TD)
TE Robert Thorne - Kent State Golden Flashes (65 rec, 390 yds, 2 TD)
WR Ricardo Crooks - Akron Zips (81 rec, 1693 yds, 11 TD)
WR Norman Lambert - Western Michigan Broncos (74 rec, 1573 yds, 11 TD)
C Joseph Flowers - Eastern Michigan Eagles (32 Pancakes)
G Kenneth Laney - Buffalo Bulls (42 Pancakes)
G Darin Whitney - Ohio Bobcats (42 Pancakes)
T Kenneth Guerrero - Buffalo Bulls (57 Pancakes)
T Marvin Whitlow - Western Michigan Broncos (54 Pancakes)
DT Paul Roden - Buffalo Bulls (64 Tck, 8 Sck, 2 FR)
DT Dennis Torres - Toledo Rockets (41 Tck, 11 Sck, 1 Sfty)
DE Albert St. John - Buffalo Bulls (24 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 FR)
DE Robert Sylvester - Akron Zips (33 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 Sfty, 1 FR)
LB Alan McBee - Buffalo Bulls (106 Tck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD)
LB John Dubose - Western Michigan Broncos (107 Tck, 1 Int)
LB Robert Smith - Kent State Golden Flashes (95 Tck, 3 Int)
CB Larry Granger - Eastern Michigan Eagles (56 Tck, 4 Int, 2 Def TD)
CB Timothy Mueller - Northern Illinois Huskies (59 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
SS Zachary Cervantes - Ohio Bobcats (75 Tck, 2 Int)
FS Kevin Noriega - Western Michigan Broncos (62 Tck, 5 Int, 1 Def TD)
K Lamar Johnson - Akron Zips (20/24 FG)
P Bobby Redding - Buffalo Bulls (5133 yards, 46.7 avg, 26 inside 20)



2019 Mountain West All-Conference Team.

QB Mario Flannery - Colorado State Rams (295/487, 3926 yds, 27 TD)
RB Christopher Floyd - Utah State Aggies (364 att, 1678 yds, 5 TD, 14 rec, 87 yds, 2 TD)
FB Jay Farley - San Jose State Spartans (25 att, 106 yds, 1 TD, 12 rec, 87 yds, 0 TD)
TE Douglas Pham - Utah State Aggies (63 rec, 393 yds, 1 TD)
WR David Walter - Colorado State Rams (75 rec, 1749 yds, 9 TD)
WR John Yount - Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (80 rec, 1451 yds, 11 TD)
C Carroll Doss - Colorado State Rams (38 Pancakes)
G Dean Hardin - Colorado State Rams (46 Pancakes)
G Harland Barajas - Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (44 Pancakes)
T Michael Noyes - Colorado State Rams (57 Pancakes)
T Ellis Lopez - UNLV Rebels (56 Pancakes)
DT Joe Hartman - San Jose State Spartans (75 Tck, 10 Sck, 1 Sfty)
DT Paul Griffin - Colorado State Rams (61 Tck, 7 Sck, 1 FR)
DE Daniel Martins - Wyoming Cowboys (44 Tck, 7 Sck)
DE Barry Everett - Fresno State Bulldogs (53 Tck, 4 Sck)
LB Elliott Day - Fresno State Bulldogs (115 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
LB Thomas Greenberg - Nevada Wolf Pack (97 Tck, 2 Sck, 2 Int, 1 FR)
LB Chris Crawford - Wyoming Cowboys (100 Tck, 1 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
CB Christopher Brownell - Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (54 Tck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD)
CB Douglas Keller - UNLV Rebels (47 Tck, 4 Int, 1 Def TD)
SS Joseph Angel - Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (105 Tck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
FS William Bales - Nevada Wolf Pack (85 Tck, 3 Int)
K David Brown - Wyoming Cowboys (29/29 FG)
P Ted Calloway - Colorado State Rams (3851 yards, 47.5 avg, 18 inside 20)



2019 Pac-12 All-Conference Team.

QB Cody Northstar - Arizona State Sun Devils (243/404, 4305 yds, 31 TD)
RB Bryon Robinson - UCLA Bruins (370 att, 1740 yds, 10 TD, 6 rec, 47 yds, 0 TD)
FB Anthony West - Oregon Ducks (19 att, 105 yds, 0 TD, 5 rec, 43 yds, 1 TD)
TE Derrick McBride - Oregon Ducks (41 rec, 408 yds, 1 TD)
WR Sherman Walker - Arizona State Sun Devils (71 rec, 1747 yds, 14 TD)
WR Roland Augustine - Oregon State Beavers (78 rec, 1605 yds, 11 TD)
C Booker Fleming - Arizona Wildcats (38 Pancakes)
G Dave Pierce - Arizona State Sun Devils (50 Pancakes)
G Timothy Rupp - UCLA Bruins (44 Pancakes)
T Robert Dew - Colorado Buffaloes (77 Pancakes)
T Daniel Dobson - Stanford Cardinal (71 Pancakes)
DT Morris Kennedy - Oregon State Beavers (45 Tck, 9 Sck)
DT Tyrell Longoria - Washington Huskies (58 Tck, 7 Sck)
DE Terry Stephens - Oregon Ducks (34 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 FR)
DE Arden Levy - Arizona Wildcats (36 Tck, 7 Sck)
LB Robert Gray - UCLA Bruins (107 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
LB Michael Cervantes - Utah Utes (114 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int)
LB Bruce Fitzsimmons - Oregon Ducks (113 Tck, 1 Int, 1 FR)
CB Ernest Bogan - Arizona Wildcats (64 Tck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD)
CB Jonathan Acuna - Arizona State Sun Devils (55 Tck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
SS Logan Engel - Washington State Cougars (98 Tck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FR)
FS Gary Mauldin - Washington State Cougars (95 Tck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD)
K William Russell - Arizona Wildcats (31/33 FG)
P Richard Lowery - Washington Huskies (4851 yards, 46.2 avg, 21 inside 20)



2019 Southeastern Conference (SEC) All-Conference Team.

QB Arthur Cornell - South Carolina Gamecocks (214/331, 3546 yds, 30 TD)
RB Gino Cooper - Tennessee Volunteers (305 att, 1514 yds, 7 TD, 11 rec, 204 yds, 0 TD)
FB Eric Montalvo - Florida Gators (22 att, 115 yds, 2 TD, 13 rec, 78 yds, 1 TD)
TE Kenneth Kendrick - Mississippi Rebels (54 rec, 332 yds, 3 TD)
WR Andy Burke - Florida Gators (75 rec, 1391 yds, 11 TD)
WR Mark Cobbs - Missouri Tigers (62 rec, 1392 yds, 11 TD)
C Seth Arroyo - Mississippi Rebels (57 Pancakes)
G Raymond Hatchett - Alabama Crimson Tide (63 Pancakes)
G Marvin Mcmahan - Mississippi Rebels (52 Pancakes)
T Clarence Jackson - South Carolina Gamecocks (61 Pancakes)
T Phillip Gorham - Mississippi State Bulldogs (59 Pancakes)
DT Marvin Swanson - Texas AM Aggies (65 Tck, 14 Sck)
DT Lionel Finnegan - Missouri Tigers (67 Tck, 11 Sck)
DE Fred Girard - Auburn Tigers (45 Tck, 6 Sck)
DE Johnnie Dupre - Georgia Bulldogs (34 Tck, 6 Sck, 1 FR)
LB Andrew Gentry - Mississippi State Bulldogs (107 Tck, 1 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
LB Arthur Mcfadden - Missouri Tigers (114 Tck, 2 Int)
LB Jack Corbin - Auburn Tigers (105 Tck, 3 Int, 1 FR)
CB James Layton - South Carolina Gamecocks (65 Tck, 7 Int)
CB Jonathan Wilson - Auburn Tigers (54 Tck, 4 Int, 1 Def TD)
SS Roger Willis - Tennessee Volunteers (90 Tck, 1 Int, 1 FR)
FS Paul Lindsey - Auburn Tigers (84 Tck, 5 Int, 3 Def TD, 1 FR)
K Robert Corwin - South Carolina Gamecocks (30/33 FG)
P Bobby Rowell - Mississippi Rebels (3607 yards, 45.7 avg, 17 inside 20)



2019 Sun Belt All-Conference Team.

QB Lenny Williams - Idaho Vandals (283/446, 3871 yds, 32 TD)
RB Ricky Geary - Texas State Bobcats (301 att, 1505 yds, 13 TD, 8 rec, 43 yds, 0 TD)
FB Jack Bird - Troy Trojans (26 att, 108 yds, 1 TD, 7 rec, 44 yds, 1 TD)
TE Brian Davis - Troy Trojans (61 rec, 434 yds, 3 TD)
WR Leonard Irwin - New Mexico State Aggies (67 rec, 1414 yds, 17 TD)
WR Donnie Doyle - Idaho Vandals (78 rec, 1340 yds, 14 TD)
C Stacey Hamilton - Troy Trojans (39 Pancakes)
G Daniel Kuykendall - Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns (37 Pancakes)
G Andreas Watson - Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns (35 Pancakes)
T John White - Troy Trojans (60 Pancakes)
T Marlon Stewart - Idaho Vandals (57 Pancakes)
DT James Johnson - Arkansas State Red Wolves (51 Tck, 9 Sck)
DT Cornell Martens - South Alabama Jaguars (46 Tck, 8 Sck)
DE Jack Watson - Georgia Southern Eagles (48 Tck, 4 Sck, 1 FR)
DE Kevin Roller - Arkansas State Red Wolves (44 Tck, 4 Sck)
LB George Acuna - Idaho Vandals (120 Tck, 2 Int, 1 FR)
LB Trent Carrillo - Troy Trojans (120 Tck, 1 Int)
LB John Jackson - Georgia Southern Eagles (112 Tck, 1 Int, 1 FR)
CB Waldo Lundberg - Louisiana Monroe Warhawks (51 Tck, 3 Int, 2 Def TD)
CB Larry Driscoll - Georgia State Panthers (51 Tck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
SS Peter Martinson - Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns (103 Tck, 1 Int, 1 FR)
FS Nicolas Edmondson - Texas State Bobcats (87 Tck, 5 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)
K Robert Mcnutt - Idaho Vandals (25/28 FG)
P Elliot Combs - Idaho Vandals (4216 yards, 44.4 avg, 18 inside 20)



2019 All-American Team

QB Steven Hudgins - North Carolina Tar Heels (272/426, 4593 yds, 46 TD)
RB Maria Crews - Central Florida Knights (347 att, 1666 yds, 13 TD, 23 rec, 165 yds, 0 TD)

FB Eric Montalvo - Florida Gators (22 att, 115 yds, 2 TD, 13 rec, 78 yds, 1 TD)
TE Derrick McBride - Oregon Ducks (41 rec, 408 yds, 1 TD)
WR John King - Florida State (66 rec, 1497 yds, 11 TD)
WR Sherman Walker - Arizona State Sun Devils (71 rec, 1747 yds, 14 TD)
C Seth Arroyo - Mississippi Rebels (57 Pancakes)
G Raymond Hatchett - Alabama Crimson Tide (63 Pancakes)
G Thomas Quick - Baylor Bears (60 Pancakes)
T Jose Crabtree - Oklahoma State Cowboys (77 Pancakes)
T Robert Dew - Colorado Buffaloes (77 Pancakes)

DT Marvin Swanson - Texas AM Aggies (65 Tck, 14 Sck)
DT Lionel Finnegan - Missouri Tigers (67 Tck, 11 Sck)
DE Bruce West - Nebraska Cornhuskers (49 Tck, 7 Sck)
DE Charles Hightower - Texas Longhorns (41 Tck, 7 Sck)
LB Carlos Corbett - North Carolina Tar Heels (103 Tck, 1 Sck, 3 Int, 2 Def TD)
LB Andrew Gentry - Mississippi State Bulldogs (107 Tck, 1 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD)
LB Jessie Moody - Central Florida Knights (122 Tck, 2 Int, 2 FR)
CB James Layton - South Carolina Gamecocks (65 Tck, 7 Int)
CB Matthew Hines - Virginia Tech Hokies (41 Tck, 7 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FR)

SS Isaac Pitts - Clemson Tigers (91 Tck, 1 Sck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD)
FS Paul Lindsey - Auburn Tigers (84 Tck, 5 Int, 3 Def TD, 1 FR)
K Gene Saunders - Nebraska Cornhuskers (34/40 FG)
P Bobby Rowell - Mississippi Rebels (3607 yards, 45.7 avg, 17 inside 20)


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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE [College Football News]
« Reply #28 on: September 21, 2018, 03:16:04 PM »
Heisman Trophy Winner - Steven Hudgins  QB (North Carolina)

Maxwell Award Winner - Hilton Keegan QB (Nebraska)

Walter Camp Player of the Year Award Winner - Cody Northstar QB (Arizona State)

Chuck Bednarik Award Winner - Joe Hartman DT (San Jose State)

Doak Walker Award Winner - Byron Robinson RB (UCLA)

Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Winner - Cody Northstar QB (Arizona State)

Davey O'Brien Award Winner - Steven Hudgins QB (North Carolina)

Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner - John Chappell WR (Colorado State)

Outland Trophy Winner - Thomas Keener OT (Nebraska)

Lombardi Award Winner - Joe Hartman DT (San Jose State)

Dick Butkus Award Winner - George Manning LB (Nebraska)

Jim Thorpe Award Winner - Paul Lindsey FS (Auburn)

Home Depot Coach of the Year Award Winner - Frosty Murdoch HC (Nebraska)
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Re: FOX SPORTS ONE
« Reply #29 on: September 21, 2018, 03:17:23 PM »


SEASON ENDING TOP 25

1. Nebraska (14-1)
2. Mississippi (13-2)
3. Oregon (12-2)
4. West Virginia (10-3)
5. Nortre Dame (11-2)
6. North Carolina (12-2)
7. Virginia Tech (11-2)
8. Florida (10-3)
9. UCLA (11-3)
10. Tennessee (10-3)
11. Georgia Tech (10-3)
12. South Carolina (11-3)
13. Rutgers (11-3)
14. Missouri (9-4)
15. Florida State (11-3)
16. Central Florida (11-3)
17. Texas (10-3)
18. Michigan State (9-4)
19. Idaho (11-2)
20. Mississippi State (9-4)
21. Utah State (10-4)
22. Stanford (9-4)
23. Cincinnati (10-3)
24. Brigham Young (10-3)
25. Texas A&M (8-5)
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GM Kirk [21|May 12:29 AM]:   When trade fever hits, math is the first casualty.