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Saturday, October 21, 2017
11:32 AM - October 21, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Top Stories


#6 Alabama's woes continue, drops 21-38 decision to LSU
#4 South Carolina goes to the Swamp to face Florida
#1 Oregon drops to #4 in BCS Rankings, even after win.
Miami now ranked #1, Ohio State #2 in BCS

BCS Rankings


NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Oct 28, 2018
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
12Miami801.000
23Ohio State800.995
34South Carolina900.987
41Oregon900.987
55Wisconsin710.976
69Oklahoma710.976
77Notre Dame810.968
810Clemson620.960
917Auburn720.958
1015Mississippi State720.947
1113Pittsburgh620.944
1211TCU520.934
1316Oregon State620.919
146Alabama620.913
158Arkansas630.908
1619Georgia630.889
1721Boston College710.881
1818Florida630.876
1920Ole Miss630.875
2012Texas620.869
2123Syracuse530.865
2224Michigan State620.864
2322Houston710.856
2425Iowa520.842
25--Temple620.821


Heisman Watch


Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 28, 2018
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Tyson TimmonsHBSouth Carolina
Darius JohnsonHBFlorida
Marcus McCarthyQBOregon
Victor WilliamsHBWisconsin
Marcus WagnerQBNotre Dame
Dynasty: C1Man1
Friday, October 20, 2017
01:19 AM - October 20, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Temple Takes It From Cincinnati


Temple's defense had 3 picks, 2 pick 6's in a 34-31 victory. M. Charles once again had the game winning field goal to give the Owls the win.

Temple Owls at Cincinnati Bearcats
Oct 27, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Temple Owls (5-2 (2-2))141001034
Cincinnati Bearcats (3-4 (3-1))7714331
Team Stats Comparison
TEMCIN
Total Offense328428
Rushing Yards63131
Passing Yards265297
First Downs1621
Punt Return Yards2517
Kick Return Yards73141
Total Yards426586
Turnovers03
3rd Down Conversion3-99-14
4th Down Conversion1-22-2
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2/24/1
Penalties5-551-5
Possession Time15:4120:19
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGTEMCIN
5:53(TEM) TD Tem: W. Brooks, 1 Yd run (M. Charles kick)70
3:52(TEM) TD Tem: J. Pleasant, 52 Yd INT return (M. Charles kick)140
0:39(CIN) TD Cin: D. Pierre, 4 Yd run (C. Johnson kick)147
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGTEMCIN
5:17(CIN) TD Cin: T. Walker, 8 Yd pass from G. Johnson (C. Johnson kick)1414
1:31(TEM) TD Tem: M. Warren, 88 Yd INT return (M. Charles kick)2114
0:00(TEM) FG Tem: M. Charles, 25 Yd FG2414
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGTEMCIN
6:41(CIN) TD Cin: A. McGrew, 7 Yd run (C. Johnson kick)2421
0:41(CIN) TD Cin: C. Stewart, 5 Yd pass from G. Johnson (C. Johnson kick)2427
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGTEMCIN
4:23(TEM) TD Tem: I. Doucette, 12 Yd pass from L. O'Donnell (M. Charles kick)3128
1:30(CIN) FG Cin: C. Johnson, 33 Yd FG3131
0:02(TEM) FG Tem: M. Charles, 19 Yd FG3431
Temple Owls
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
L. O'Donnell22-2626510
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
W. Brooks17412.41
L. O'Donnell10222.20
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
R. Williams810713.30
J. Young811113.80
W. Brooks242.00
I. Doucette11212.01
G. Joseph11111.00
J. Webb122.00
C. McCutcheon11818.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
A. Blankenship21
D. Harvey02
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
L. Holt11000
M. Sanders11000
J. Pleasant7011
C. Johnson7200
W. Roberts6010
W. McIntosh4100
S. Wilkinson4000
R. Smith3000
M. Warren3011
A. Coleman3000
B. Smith2000
G. Rankin1000
S. Vaughn1000
M. McFadden1000
P. Latimer1000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
M. Charles2-24-41026
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
T. Wade416541.21
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
I. Doucette37324.30
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Pleasant22512.50
Cincinnati Bearcats
Dynasty: C1Man1
Thursday, October 19, 2017
11:48 PM - October 19, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Temple Hoping to Right The Ship Against Cincinnati


Temple is hoping to get back in the win column with an 8:00 game against Cincinnati. They'll have to do it without their senior leader, running back Darius Baker.

Matchup Preview *|* October 27, 2018
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Temple Owls
(5-2 (2-2), 2-1 Away)
Cincinnati Bearcats
(3-4 (3-1), 1-3 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
3158Total Yards3503
2749Total Offensive Yards2619
1617Passing Yards1287
1132Rushing Yards1332
29.1Points Per Game25.2
14Passing TD14
9Rushing TD10
145First Downs147
32Red Zone Attempts29
19-12Red Zone TD-FG11-4
96Red Zone Percentage72
Defensive Stats Comparison
2623Total Yards Allowed2890
1569Passing Yards Allowed1457
1054Rushing Yards Allowed1433
163Points Allowed209
18Sacks14
3Fumble Recoveries1
6Interceptions8
25Red Zone Attempts32
17-2Red Zone TD-FG20-2
76Red Zone Percentage68
Injury Report
D. Baker (High Ankle Sprain)
8 W
S. Newton (Broken Fibula)
1 W
Game Notes
Kickoff at 8:00 PM
Nippert Stadium is ranked 92nd toughest place to play
Cincinnati averages 19,250 per game
Cincinnati is 218-149-5 all time at Nippert
UC is currently on a 1 game home losing streak
Dynasty: C1Man1
11:32 PM - October 19, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Top Stories


#12 Florida upset by Georgia 7-27
#8 Pitt falls to Syracuse 17-20
#16 Temple loses heartbreaker to Tulane 28-35
#4 TCU loses to #19 Texas 13-41
#15 Michigan State upset in overtime by Indiana, 24-30

BCS Rankings


Temple Owls at Tulane Green Wave
Oct 20, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#16 Temple Owls (5-1 (2-1))7103828
Tulane Green Wave (2-4 (1-2))1477735
Team Stats Comparison
TEMTULN
Total Offense344424
Rushing Yards97168
Passing Yards247256
First Downs1821
Punt Return Yards00
Kick Return Yards71181
Total Yards415605
Turnovers01
3rd Down Conversion10-178-10
4th Down Conversion2-20-0
2-Point Conversion1-10-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/23/4
Penalties0-04-40
Possession Time20:0815:52
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGTEMTULN
4:41(TEM) TD Tem: J. Young, 7 Yd pass from L. O'Donnell (M. Charles kick)70
4:29(TULN) TD Tul: K. Rushing, kickoff return 98 Yds (J. Lott kick)77
0:50(TULN) TD Tul: F. Scott, 23 Yd run (J. Lott kick)714
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGTEMTULN
7:39(TEM) FG Tem: M. Charles, 36 Yd FG1014
4:30(TULN) TD Tul: F. Luke, 5 Yd pass from J. Wilcox (J. Lott kick)1021
0:26(TEM) TD Tem: C. McCutcheon, 23 Yd pass from L. O'Donnell (M. Charles kick)1721
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGTEMTULN
5:56(TULN) TD Tul: E. Butler, 5 Yd run, (J. Lott kick)1728
2:23(TEM) FG Tem: M. Charles, 39 Yd kick2028
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGTEMTULN
7:10(TEM) TD Tem: J. Young, 26 Yd pass from L. O'Donnell (2-Pt)2828
0:05(TULN) TD Tul: D. Moss, 11 Yd pass from J. Wilcox (J. Lott kick)2835
Temple Owls
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
L. O'Donnell26-3124730
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
D. Baker24753.10
L. O'Donnell840.50
W. Brooks5183.60
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
J. Young89812.22
R. Williams6569.30
C. McCutcheon44711.71
D. Baker2-2-1.00
I. Doucette22713.50
A. Reese111.00
J. Webb155.00
W. Brooks144.00
G. Joseph11111.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
M. Horne10
N. Vaughn12
A. Blankenship10
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
A. Coleman7000
E. Roberts6000
M. Sanders6000
L. Holt6000
C. Johnson2010
S. Wilkinson4000
M. Warren3000
S. Vaughn2000
J. Harrison2000
J. Pleasant2000
R. Smith2000
W. McIntosh1000
T. Benjamin1000
B. Smith1000
J. Stratton1000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
M. Charles2-22-2640
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
T. Wade28743.50
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
I. Doucette25226.00
J. Pleasant11919.00
Tulane Green Wave


Heisman Watch


Heisman Watch - Updated: Jan 1,
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Tyson TimmonsHBSouth Carolina
Victor WilliamsHBWisconsin
Darius JohnsonHBFlorida
Marcus McCarthyQBOregon
Marcus WagnerQBNotre Dame
Dynasty: C1Man1
11:16 PM - October 19, 2017. Written by C1Man1
#16 Temple Upset by Tulane


Temple's defense struggled for another week, as they could not stop the run, giving up 168 yards on the ground.

Temple had a chance to take the lead late in the game. After a field goal by Tulane bounced off the uprights, Temple drove down the field, but stalled at mid field. Temple had Tulane's QB sacked, but he wiggled free and threw a 42 yard pass to get Tulane in the red zone, where they sealed the game with a touchdown pass with 5 seconds left.

The biggest loss was star senior running back Darius Brooks going down with a high ankle sprain late in the game, that is projected to keep him out for 9 weeks, essentially ending his season and Temple career. An emotional Brooks limped off the field, visibly upset.

Temple Owls at Tulane Green Wave
Oct 20, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#16 Temple Owls (5-1 (2-1))7103828
Tulane Green Wave (2-4 (1-2))1477735
Team Stats Comparison
TEMTULN
Total Offense344424
Rushing Yards97168
Passing Yards247256
First Downs1821
Punt Return Yards00
Kick Return Yards71181
Total Yards415605
Turnovers01
3rd Down Conversion10-178-10
4th Down Conversion2-20-0
2-Point Conversion1-10-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/23/4
Penalties0-04-40
Possession Time20:0815:52
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGTEMTULN
4:41(TEM) TD Tem: J. Young, 7 Yd pass from L. O'Donnell (M. Charles kick)70
4:29(TULN) TD Tul: K. Rushing, kickoff return 98 Yds (J. Lott kick)77
0:50(TULN) TD Tul: F. Scott, 23 Yd run (J. Lott kick)714
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGTEMTULN
7:39(TEM) FG Tem: M. Charles, 36 Yd FG1014
4:30(TULN) TD Tul: F. Luke, 5 Yd pass from J. Wilcox (J. Lott kick)1021
0:26(TEM) TD Tem: C. McCutcheon, 23 Yd pass from L. O'Donnell (M. Charles kick)1721
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGTEMTULN
5:56(TULN) TD Tul: E. Butler, 5 Yd run, (J. Lott kick)1728
2:23(TEM) FG Tem: M. Charles, 39 Yd kick2028
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGTEMTULN
7:10(TEM) TD Tem: J. Young, 26 Yd pass from L. O'Donnell (2-Pt)2828
0:05(TULN) TD Tul: D. Moss, 11 Yd pass from J. Wilcox (J. Lott kick)2835
Temple Owls
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
L. O'Donnell26-3124730
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
D. Baker24753.10
L. O'Donnell840.50
W. Brooks5183.60
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
J. Young89812.22
R. Williams6569.30
C. McCutcheon44711.71
D. Baker2-2-1.00
I. Doucette22713.50
A. Reese111.00
J. Webb155.00
W. Brooks144.00
G. Joseph11111.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
M. Horne10
N. Vaughn12
A. Blankenship10
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
A. Coleman7000
E. Roberts6000
M. Sanders6000
L. Holt6000
C. Johnson2010
S. Wilkinson4000
M. Warren3000
S. Vaughn2000
J. Harrison2000
J. Pleasant2000
R. Smith2000
W. McIntosh1000
T. Benjamin1000
B. Smith1000
J. Stratton1000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
M. Charles2-22-2640
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
T. Wade28743.50
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
I. Doucette25226.00
J. Pleasant11919.00
Tulane Green Wave
Dynasty: C1Man1
08:41 PM - October 19, 2017. Written by korndogg8323
Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Indians
Sep 28, 2017123456789RHE
Minnesota (82-77)000000001160
Cleveland (103-56)04300000X790
W: Mike Clevinger (7-2) L: Hector Santiago (8-13)
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSMINCLE
CLE2Diaz singled to center. Lindor scored.01
CLE2Gomes homered to left. Diaz and Ramirez scored.04
CLE3C. Santana singled down the left field line. Almonte and Guyer scored. Encarnacion to third.06
CLE3Lindor singled to left. Encarnacion scored. C. Santana to second.07
MIN9Buxton singled to center. D. Santana scored.17
Minnesota Twins
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
BATTING:
2B: D. Santana (32)
RBI: Buxton (44)
GIDP: Kepler
Cleveland Indians
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
BATTING:
2B: Lindor (29)
HR: Gomes (11)
RBI: C. Santana 2 (85), Lindor (42), Diaz (56), Gomes 3 (42)
HBP: Encarnacion (by Santiago), Urshela (by Pressly)
GIDP: Diaz
BASERUNNING:
SB: Lindor (4)
Minnesota Twins
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Santiago (L, 8-13)2.06770215.12
Haley5.03000203.43
Pressly1.00000102.96
TEAM TOTALS8.0977051
PITCHING:
HBP: Santiago, Pressly
Cleveland Indians
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Clevinger (W, 7-2)8.06110903.26
Goody1.00000206.75
TEAM TOTALS9.06110110
Dynasty: korndogg8323
11:41 AM - October 19, 2017. Written by C1Man1
#16 Temple to Face Tulane


Temple travels to Tulane this weekend to face the Green Wave. Temple will need to stop an aerial attack and establish the ground game to become bowl eligible.

Matchup Preview *|* October 20, 2018
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#16 Temple Owls
(5-1 (2-1), 2-0 Away)
Tulane Green Wave
(2-4 (1-2), 1-2 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
2743Total Yards3331
2405Total Offensive Yards2614
1370Passing Yards1828
1035Rushing Yards786
29.3Points Per Game25.8
11Passing TD14
9Rushing TD4
127First Downs122
29Red Zone Attempts19
18-10Red Zone TD-FG9-5
96Red Zone Percentage73
Defensive Stats Comparison
2199Total Yards Allowed2735
1313Passing Yards Allowed1090
886Rushing Yards Allowed1645
128Points Allowed187
18Sacks9
3Fumble Recoveries2
5Interceptions8
21Red Zone Attempts23
14-2Red Zone TD-FG14-3
76Red Zone Percentage73
Injury Report

A. Christian (Torn Shoulder)
2 W

A. Hardin (Strained Shouler)
1 W
Game Notes
Game time is 1:00 PM
Mercedes-Benz Stadium is ranked 86th toughest place to play
Average attendance is 18,478
Tulane is 349-290-31 all time at home
Tulane is currently on a 1 game home losing streak
Dynasty: C1Man1
11:28 AM - October 19, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Top Stories


#1 Alabama upset by Arkansas 28-37
#3 Cal falls to Oregon State 31-34
BCS Rankings come out and Miami is out on top, followed by Oregon

BCS Rankings


NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Oct 14, 2018
RKTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
1Miami701.000
2Oregon700.995
3Ohio State600.989
4TCU500.981
5South Carolina700.981
6Wisconsin510.974
7Alabama510.968
8Pittsburgh510.957
9Notre Dame610.950
10Oklahoma510.945
11Arkansas520.944
12Florida520.934
13California610.928
14Clemson420.927
15Michigan State510.921
16Temple510.910
17Ole Miss620.898
18Mississippi State520.876
19Texas510.862
20Oregon State520.861
21Auburn520.858
22Kentucky430.837
23Utah420.834
24Boston College510.834
25Iowa320.828


Heisman Watch


Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 14, 2018
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Darius JonsonHBFlorida
Tyson TimmonsHBSouth Carolina
Antone WatsonHBMiami
Victor WilliamsHBWisconsin
Jimmy GreenHBOregon
Dynasty: C1Man1
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
08:55 PM - October 17, 2017. Written by C1Man1
#15 Temple Survives Memphis


Junior Marcus Charles had ice in his veins, as he kicked the game winning field goal as time expired to win the game for Temple. After being iced 3 times, Charles put the ball through the uprights and was carried off the field (Disclaimer: I had to actually control the kicking, as there was no other way. It was my first time seeing the kicking meter actually all iced up, so that was pretty cool.)

The game went back and forth many times, as Temple once again saw a hurry up, read option offense that they struggled with. Temple's defense struggled to stop the attack, giving up many long runs. On Memphis' last drive, the defense held their ground and forced a punt. With a little over 1 minute left and armed with 3 timeouts, Temple drove down the field, with Baker running twice up the middle in the red zone to line up the kick for Charles to kick the winning field goal.

Temple Owls at Memphis Tigers
Oct 13, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#15 Temple Owls (4-1 (1-1))01701027
Memphis Tigers (2-3 (2-0))0107724
Team Stats Comparison
TEMMEM
Total Offense483401
Rushing Yards198153
Passing Yards285248
First Downs2517
Punt Return Yards3236
Kick Return Yards054
Total Yards515491
Turnovers01
3rd Down Conversion7-157-14
4th Down Conversion1-20-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3/22/1
Penalties1-152-18
Possession Time22:0713:53
Scoring Summary
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGTEMMEM
7:52(TEM) TD Tem: C. McCutcheon, 11 Yd pass from L. O'Donnell (M. Charles kick)70
6:23(MEM) FG Mem: B. Williamson, 39 Yd FG73
2:11(TEM) FG Tem: M. Charles, 23 Yd FG103
1:04(MEM) TD Mem: K. Perez, 14 Yd pass from J. Coleman (B. Williamson kick)1010
0:00(TEM) TD Tem: J. Young, 8 Yd pass from L. O'Donnell (M. Charles kick)1710
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGTEMMEM
5:05(MEM) TD Mem: S. Jackson, 43 Yd pass from J. Bush (B. Williamson kick)1717
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGTEMMEM
8:55(MEM) TD Mem: J. Bush, 14 Yd run, (B. Williamson kick)1724
6:27(TEM) TD Tem: J. Young, 8 Yd pas from L. O'Donnell (M. Charles kick)2424
0:00(TEM) FG Tem: M. Charles 33 Yd FG2724
Temple Owls
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
L. O'Donnell27-3528530
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
D. Baker301605.30
L. O'Donnell11191.70
W. Brooks5193.80
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
J. Young1316212.42
I. Doucette5479.40
C. McCutcheon44310.71
R. Williams33411.30
D. Baker1-4-4.00
G. Joseph133.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
D. Harvey20
A. Reese20
N. Vaughn01
M. Horne01
A. Blankenship01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
E. Roberts82.000
C. Johnson71.000
M. Warren7000
M. Sanders6000
A. Coleman5000
L. Holt51.000
J. Pleasant4000
G. Rankin3000
J. Stratton21.000
J. Harrison2000
B. Smith1000
C. Spencer1000
L. Johnson1000
R. Smith1000
M. McFadden1000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
M. Charles2/23/3934
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
T. Wade520040.00
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Pleasant0000
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Pleasant33210.60
Memphis Tigers
Dynasty: C1Man1
03:51 PM - October 17, 2017. Written by C1Man1
#15 Temple Looking to Bounce Back Against Memphis


Temple is looking to get back to their winning ways against Memphis. With a weak rushing defense, Darius Baker is hoping to exploit that weakness and have a big day.

Matchup Preview *|* October 13, 2018
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#15 Temple Owls
(4-1 (1-1), 1-0 Away)
Memphis Tigers
(2-3 (2-0), 1-1 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
2228Total Yards2527
1922Total Offensive Yards1783
1085Passing Yards933
837Rushing Yards850
29.8Points Per Game19.0
8Passing TD9
9Rushing TD3
102First Downs97
24Red Zone Attempts15
15-8Red Zone TD-FG6-4
95Red Zone Percentage66
Defensive Stats Comparison
1798Total Yards Allowed2218
1065Passing Yards Allowed904
733Rushing Yards Allowed1314
104Points Allowed197
13Sacks6
2Fumble Recoveries0
5Interceptions5
17Red Zone Attempts31
12-1Red Zone TD-FG18-4
76Red Zone Percentage70
Injury Report

Erik Warren (Pulled Hamstring)
1 W

J. Brooks (Broken Hand)
3 W
Game Notes
Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM
Game is regionally televised
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Ranked 96th toughest place to play
Average attendance: 17,082
Memphis is 190-162-7 all time at the Liberty Bowl
Currently on a 1 game winning streak
Dynasty: C1Man1
03:39 PM - October 17, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Head Coaches in Jeopardy of Losing Their Jobs

Todd Monken, Old Dominion
Tony Peterson, Troy
David Gibbs, Kansas
Larry Fedora, North Carolina
Kurt Roper, Utah State
Todd Graham, Arizona State
Rod Carey, Nevada
Kliff Kingsbury, South Alabama
Bill Clark, UAB
Curtis Irvin, UMass
Tommy Tuberville, Cincinnati
Jimbo Fisher, Florida State
Kevin Sumlin, Texas A&M
Joe Wickline, NC State
Dynasty: C1Man1
03:35 PM - October 17, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Realignment Talks Heating Up


The Big 12 is hoping to be the big mover in the next realignment. They are looking to expand to 14 and be on level footing with the Big 10, SEC, and ACC. Rumors have it BYU and Cincinnati could be the first 2 selected, with 2 others still being considered. Possible candidates are USF, UCF, Memphis, Tulsa, Southern Miss, New Mexico, or Utah State.

The ACC hasn't stayed quiet, though. They are considering the possibility of being the first conference to go to 16 teams, and thus forming a "super conference". It is rumored they are looking at UConn, ECU, USF, UCF, and possibly Memphis.

The SEC has stated they are content with 14 members, along with the Big Ten, are neither are looking to respond.

The Pac 12 has stated they may look into expanding to 14 at some point, but they are not looking for candidates at the moment.

If realignment does occur, changes wouldn't take affect until the 2020 season.

Mid Year Heisman Watch


Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 7, 2018
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Tyson TimmonsHBSouth Carolina126 Rush 825 Yds, 14 TDs
Victor WilliamsHBWisconsin129 Rush 863 Yds, 10 TDs
Clayton WeddleQBWyoming109-169, 1350 Yds, 16 TDs
Kennan BensonWRCal8 Catches, 72 Yds, 0 TD
Jimmy GreenHBOregon151 Rush, 926 Yds, 6 TDs


Stats Leaders


NCAA Football Leaders - Updated: Jan 1,
PassingYdsRushingYds
1. B. Parker BYU21441. T. Carter Vandy1017
2. J. Wilcox Tulane15902. C. Waters Hawai'i975
3. R. Miller CMU15633. J. Green Oregon926
4. Z. Britt SDSU15544. G. Sutton Miss. St.889
5. L. Marshall Cal15355. V. Langford Nevada885
ReceivingYdsTacklesSOLO
1. J. Wright UTEP7741. M. Brown Vandy30
2. D. Avery Texas7692. M. Sanders Temple29
3. E. Hill CMU7503. B. Sanders Syracuse27
4. S. Clarke BYU7334. R. Daily Louisville27
5. B. Kirby Rice7275. M. Shaw Kentucky27
SacksInterceptionsINT
1. J. Brown North Carolina6.51. J. Manning Vandy9
2. B. Watkins Louisville6.52. P. Randall Buffalo5
3. R. Daily Louisville6.53. Z. Pitts Louisville5
4. L. Ferguson West Virginia6.04. A. Carter Georgia St.5
5. D. Williams Clemson6.05. J. Williams Northern Illinois5
KickingLONG
1. R. O'Donnell ALabama561.
2. A. Jefferson Georgia552.
3. K. Jackson Iowa St.543.
4. M. Lloyd San Jose State544.
5. K. Gore Texas A&M545.
Dynasty: C1Man1
02:47 PM - October 17, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Top Stories


#2 Notre Dame falls to Michigan State in the Battle for the Megaphone, 38-14
#9 Temple falls to Houston, 24-28

Top 25 Scoreboard


Results
#2 Notre Dame 14 - Michigan State 38
#3 Miami 34 - Florida State 28 (OT)
#4 TCU 39 - Iowa State 34
#5 California 48 - FIU 41
#6 Oregon 28 - Stanford 21
#7 Ohio State 34 - Purdue 13
#8 Wisconsin 45 - Maryland 28
#9 Temple 24 - Houston 28
#11 Pittsburgh 51 - North Carolina 45 (OT)
#12 Ole Miss 24 - #20 Auburn 27
#13 Georgia 12 - Mississippi State 28
#14 Arkansas 14 - #16 South Carolina 42
#15 Utah 33 - Washington State 35
#17 Clemson 31 - #21 Louisville 28 (OT)
#18 Nebraska 16 - Penn State 42
#19 Florida 24 - Vanderbilt 7
#22 Michigan 14 - #23 Rutgers 17
#24 Texas 31 - Fresno State 17
#25 UCF 23 - SMU 35


AP Top 25


NCAA Football Rankings - AP Top 25 - Updated: Oct 7, 2018
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Alabama (33)501497
23 Miami (21)601425
35California (5)601324
46Oregon (1)601288
54TCU (1)401279
67Ohio State501253
78Wisconsin511015
816South Carolina601000
910Oklahoma41937
1011Pittsburgh41899
112Notre Dame51892
1217Clemson42675
1320Auburn51661
1419Florida42586
159Temple41585
1612Ole Miss52579
1713Georgia42484
1814Arkansas42482
1923Rutgers41445
20--Michigan State41438
21--Mississippi State52438
2224Texas51383
2321Louisville42262
24--Iowa31250
2515Utah41185


Dropped Out

Nebraska (18), Michigan (22), UCF (25)
Dynasty: C1Man1
Monday, October 16, 2017
11:15 PM - October 16, 2017. Written by korndogg8323
Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Indians
Sep 27, 2017123456789RHE
Minnesota (82-76)000001000140
Cleveland (102-56)00030001X490
W: Danny Salazar (12-5) L: Kyle Gibson (14-8) S: Cody Allen (45)
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSMINCLE
CLE4Lindor singled to right. Kipnis scored. Encarnacion to second.01
CLE4Ramirez singled to first. Encarnacion scored. Lindor to third. Chisenhall to second.02
CLE4Zimmer singled to short. Lindor scored. Chisenhall to third. Ramirez to second.03
MIN6Sano hit a sacrifice fly to left center. D. Santana scored.13
CLE8Lindor singled to center. C. Santana scored. Encarnacion to second.14
Minnesota Twins
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
BATTING:
RBI: Sano (79)
HBP: Dozier (by Salazar)
SF: Sano
BASERUNNING:
CS: Rosario (9)
Cleveland Indians
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
BATTING:
2B: C. Santana (26)
RBI: Zimmer (5), Lindor 2 (41), Ramirez (46)
GIDP: Chisenhall, Ramirez
BASERUNNING:
SB: Kipnis (12)
CS: Lindor (7)
Picked Off: Brantley (by Mejia)
Minnesota Twins
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Gibson (L, 14-8)3.16332003.13
Mejia3.21001204.04
Pressly1.02110003.09
TEAM TOTALS8.0944320
Cleveland Indians
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Salazar (W, 12-5)7.041111202.46
Miller (H, 25)1.00000200.89
Allen (S, 45)1.00000101.84
TEAM TOTALS9.04111150
PITCHING:
HBP: Salazar
Dynasty: korndogg8323
06:44 PM - October 16, 2017. Written by LetBaalPlead
Bleed Red Radio

Dan Scott: Welcome to Bleed Red Radio's first show. I'm your host, Dan Scott, here with me is my co-host, Paul Richards. For our first show, we will just be discussing our expectation and predictions for the Bulls this season as well as other NBA teams.

Paul Richards: Why don't we get underway then, shall we? Let's go ahead and discuss the situation in Chicago. We are obviously in rebuilding mode, expecting to get a top pick in this year's draft. I think the two issues that will be addressed is what to do with both Robin Lopez and Nikola Mirotic. Lopez could be used as trade bait for a mid-level team for some young players, as well as to dump off his 2-year $28.15 million deal. Mirotic, on the other hand, needs to be dealt with in order to give more playing time for Bobby Portis and rookie Lauri Markkanen. He would be excellent for a contending team in need of a stretch 4.

Dan: Right, I can't wait to see Lauri on the floor this year,
he is my sleeper pick for rookie of the year actually.

Paul: Really?

Dan: Oh yes, Markkanen is a well-developed rookie. He was absolutely fantastic at Arizona as a freshman. I'd actually compare him to Dirk Nowitzki.

Paul: Hm, I think Lonzo Ball for the Lakers will be this year's rookie of the year. But let's go ahead and look at the schedule for the Bulls for the first week of October. We will be playing at Toronto and vs. San Antonio for our first two games. What do you think about the two matchups, Dan?

Dan: Definitely a touch opening week for us, we do not have the backcourt to handle both DeRozen and Lowry, nor do we have the frontcourt to deal with LaMarcus Aldridge and Pau Gasol, not to mention Kawhi Leonard. We will most likely begin 0-2 to start the season. We will be having a tough first month since we do not have Zach LaVine, as he is expected to miss the first 2-4 weeks with a broken kneecap, nor will we have Cameron Payne for 4-6 weeks with a broken foot.

Paul: Oh that's right. We will be running with Kris Dunn as our starting point guard, unfortunately. Finally, we will end with the Bulls' depth chart and we will return after the first week of the NBA season, thank you, and don't forget, we all bleed red. This is Paul and Dan signing off.

Chicago Bulls Depth Chart - 2017-2018
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
PGZach LaVineKris DunnJerian GrantCameron Payne
SGJustin HolidayDenzel ValentineDavid Nwaba
SFPaul ZipserQuincy Pondexter
PFNikola MiroticBobby PortisLauri Markannen
CRobin LopezCristiano FelicioDiamond Stone
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