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Old 11-24-2011, 02:12 AM   #337
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Brutal loss, can't believe it ended this way yet again. Has to be tough for the seniors to go out like that, but you have a strong core returning so hopefully you'll find your way back to the title game again next year.
Yea team was young so we'll be back, but your right, the few seniors left had to go out losing consecutive shots at the title!! Cant wait to start the new season!!!!
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Monday January 13, 2013

END OF SEASON HEADLINES:
  • Buffalo hoping 10-win season leads them into right direction
  • Blazers still feeling National Championship loss
  • Mississippi State rides momentum of bowl win into off season
  • Sooners finish No. 2 in final poll
  • BCS looks to renew agreement this off season: Changes coming?
  • SEC looking at Clemson/Florida State
  • New Big East conference deemed successful
FINAL TOP 25 RANKINGS
NCAA Football Rankings - AP Top 25 - Updated: Jan 13, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
1--IOWA1401525
2--OKLAHOMA1221264
3--ILLINOIS1221254
4--OREGON1131192
5--UAB1311171
6--NOTRE DAME1221135
7--BOISE STATE1221115
8--MARYLAND112999
9--ALABAMA122995
10--MISSISSIPPI STATE103958
11--OKLAHOMA STATE103877
12--BOSTON COLLEGE122815
13--GEORGIA TECH103655
14--VIRGINIA TECH104594
15--TCU113556
16--GEORGIA94551
17--WISCONSIN94472
18--ARKANSAS STATE103426
19--LSU94387
20--MIAMI94377
21--FRESNO STATE113348
22--SOUTHERN MISS103348
23--NORTH CAROLINA85338
24--IOWA STATE94256
25--INDIANA94241




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Old 11-24-2011, 04:13 AM   #339
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Wed January 15th, 2014
BLAZER WEEKLY


UAB coach Travis Rhatigan says he wishes he could have done more to give his team a chance at victory

BIRMINGHAM, AL - The disappointment Travis Rhatigan was feeling was visible in his face. His No. 2-ranked and previously unbeaten UAB team had just lost the BCS National championship game to Iowa, 31-28, last Thursday and with it gave them two losses in a row in BCS title matches.
But Rhatigan spoke at length of the pride he has for his team and what it was able to do this year with a youth laden roster.
"I'm very proud of what our football team was able to accomplish this year," he said. "The only team that plays in a real BCS conference that went 13-0, which is very difficult to do, and I'm so very proud of the way our players played, with consistency all year, the way they competed.
"You know, we didn't get the result that we hoped for today. (But) I'm very, very proud of the way our guys competed in the game and the way they've played all year. We kind of ran out of gas in the fourth quarter a little bit in what was a very tough, physical game."
Rhatigan said he wished he could have done more as a coach to alter the outcome.
"I feel badly that I could not have done more to affect our players to be able to play with more consistency, play better, not make some of those mistakes," Rhatigan said. "They wanted to do it correctly, you know. (Maybe I could) coach the corners better so they wouldn't have got beat (on long throws). You know, help the offense be able to do the right thing so we wouldn't have gone three-and-out in the fourth quarter. Done something to help us tackle better, just tough.
The Blazer seniors cleaned out their lockers today to make way for the incoming freshmen and walk on's who will be apart of spring ball. The Blazers took this week off and are expected to start winter conditioning next Monday January 20th leading up to the start of spring ball in March. They will also be announcing their recruiting class what looks to be like a good one in three weeks on signing day.


2013 Stats
2013 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Stats - 2013
PassingC/ATTYDSAVGYDS/GLONGTDINTRAT
Adam Dyks157-3143,53422.5252.4833520168.6
Marques Wright4-145112.717200230.6
RushingATTYDSAVGLONG20+TDYDS/GFUM
Matthew Scott1871,3847.4831415125.81
Marcus Rutledge1481,0026.76991877.00
Cody Gore6528.617----52.00
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTDLONGDROPSYDS/GYAC
Ian Wilson511,38727.11781699.0320
Ralph Rawls4383419.3877759.5265
Matt Ford3674420.6474374.4195
Michael Ross1951126.8583456.7178
Jay Martinez77310.4119--18.218
George Singleton22613.0--15--2.37

TacklesSacksInterceptions
DefenseSOLOASTTOTSACKTLOSSPDINTTD
Dominique Rhodes61288941951--
Carl Holycross5931900.51461--
Timi McCollum47317813.53664--
Adam Love44145814115--
Harvey Nelson3712494942--
Rashad Barnes33296211030--
Tom Cox2723508.51520--
Kareem Kirby2615417.5210--
Anthony McFarland251237161231
Ben Martindale211435--12--1--
Marcus Leak2010309.514------
Brandon Richardson1616327.51----1
Jacob Brown141125--11----
Jason Mills111526----------
Bryan Wyatt91827----11--
Darrell Jones3--3------1--
Doug Taylor13412------
Paris Patterson1--111------

KickoffsPunts
ReturningATTYDSAVGLONGTDRETAVGTD
Roderick Brooks51147228.81013459.0--

Field GoalsExtra Points
KickingFGMFGAPCTLONGXPMXPAPCTPTS
Adam Miller1112914974741.000107
PuntingPUNTSYDSLONGAVGNETBPIN20TB
Calvin Robinson4519036042.236.2--156


BLAZERS SEND 11 OFF TO GRADUATION

(IAN WILSON LEAVES AS THE SCHOOLS ALL TIME LEADING RECEIVER)

BIRMINGHAM, AL - UAB waves off eleven seniors to graduation. The group includes All time leading receiver Ian Wilson. Wilson finished a top of the career touchdowns list at 45 and career receiving yards at 3,794. He also had the greatest single season catches 20 touchdowns to hold the record for most receiving touchdowns in a season.
"If I could do it all over again I would come right back to UAB." Wilson said. Along with Wilson in the records books is three time All American at returner Roderick Brooks who took home the returner of the year the past three season. Brooks leaves the Blazers as the time KOR yards leader with 3,735 and also a top the school mark with 5 kickoff returns for touchdowns. Heres the list of graduating seniors.

  • WR RALPH RAWLS (93 REC, 2170, 22TD)
  • K ADAM MILLER (27-32 FG)
  • DE KAREEM KIRBY (105 TACKLES, 23.5 SACKS)
  • RB MARCUS RUTLEDGE (179 1,124 YARDS 18 TD) SINGLE RUSH YARDS RECORD HOLDER 291
  • DT BRANDON RICHARDSON (60 TACKLES 20.5 SACKS)
  • CB BRYAN WYATT (91 TACKLES 4.5 SACKS, 5 INTERCEPTIONS)
  • OL DANIEL ANDERSON
  • TE JAY MARTINEZ
  • WR MICHAEL ROSS (69 RECEPTIONS 2,076, 20 TD)



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Wed, Jan 29th 2014

Big Name coaches on the Move
ESPN STUDIOS - Just a week from Signing day and major changes across the coaching landscape have taking place. Texas coach Mack Brown was fired. Mack Brown has led Texas to two National Championship appearances including a win over USC in 2005, but the last few years have been rough on the Longhorns as rival Oklahoma has a hold of the Big 12. Texas Issued a statement on Brown's Firing: " Coach Brown for the most part has done a great job here and is the reason for the level of success UT has had, but we feel as a program we're settling, with the type of athletes we have here and in our back yard there is no reason why we shouldn't be competing for Big 12 titles."
Brown wasn't the only coach to get let go this past week, Michigan's Hoke, Nebraska's Bo Pelini, Texas Tech Tommy Tubberville and Clemson's Dabo Sweeney were all fired this past week. A slew of coaching changes have happened but these were the big names!
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Wed February 5th, 2014
BLAZER WEEKLY

BLAZERS WELCOME 22
COMMITS
TRAVIS RHATIGAN AND THE UAB ANNOUNCE BEST RECRUITING CLASS YET

BIRMINGHAM, AL - Twenty Two high schooers including twol All-American football players signed letters of intent with UAB, Blazer head coach Travis Rhatigan Announced today.
For the first time during his coaching stint Rhatigan has landed a top 50 recruiting class, most publications have him from No. 25 to No. 35. ESPN has this Blazer class ranked No. 34.
"I have a great feeling about the players in this class," said Rhatigan, who guided the Blazers to the last two BCS National Championship games. "I'm excited about their competitive nature and how they've accepted the challenge of keeping us at a high level. They all will be given an immediate opportunity to show how they fit in and many of them will push for playing time this coming season.




"I have a great feeling about the players in this class."
Head Coach Travis Rhatigan


"Recruiting has always been a critical aspect of program and of our ability to maintain a high level of play. Our entire staff put forth a great effort throughout this entire recruiting process."


NAMEPOSHGTWGT HOMETOWN (JUNIOR COLLEGE/HIGH SCHOOL)
Travis Barnes
WR6-0183Huntsville Alabama 4 Star
Derek Harris SS5-11181
Lake Worth Florida 4 Star
Lawrence Long RB 5-11
315Cullman Alabama 3 Star
Joe Little
DE6-1286Adamsville, Alabama 3 Star
Timothy Rhodes CB5-9178Jackson, Alabama 3 Star
William Joseph DE6'5280Carrollton, Georgia 3 Star
Carl Harvey CB6-2180Adamsville, Alabama 3 Star
Matt Gatewood CB6-1181Marathon, Florida 3 Star
Ellis Fox RB6-1209Florence, Alabama 3 Star
Jonathon Barnes
DT 6-2282Prattville, Alabama 3 Star
Bryan Ramsey
LB5-11228Aventura, Florida 3 Star
Corey Dawson FS6-2195Lanett, Alabama 3 Star
John Rhoden DT6-2 275Brighton, Alabama 3 Star
Korey Rodgers FS 6-1190Galena Park, Texas 3 Star
TerryJackson OLB6-3220Oakland Park, Florida 3 Star
Jason Gross G6-4 302Boynton Beach Florida 3 Star
Martin Gold
G6-2284Midfield, Alabama 3 Star
Shane Jordan K 5-10222Ironton, Ohio 3 Star
Josh Burley
FB5-11254Forestdale, Alabama 1 Star
Brett Davis G6-7324Winter Park, Florida 1 Star
Brad Frye FB6-2230Alabaster, Alabama 1 Star
Don Goodman
WR 6-1168Hinesville, Georgia 3 Star

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Been reading this for a while, good, good work man.
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Feb 5th, Wednesday 2014

NATIONAL SIGNING DAY
HEADLINES:
  • Texas nabs No. 6 recruiting to start Post Mack Brown era
  • Ducks impressive, haul in No.1 recruiting
  • St. Simons, Georgia running back Wesley Native chooses Bama over Yellow Jackets on final day twist
  • Nate Reese, Next great Sooner quarterback?
  • Class of the SEC, Bama locks in No.2 recruiting class
  • Big Time receiver No.2 George Leslie chooses Texas "ready to start new legacy"
  • No. 1 safety chooses UAB
  • Danny Allen No. 1 overall OL chooses Buckeye's
  • Hard Hitting Linebacker makes LSU home
  • Notre Dame class not impressive, ranked 40th
  • Gators hope for immediate impact with No. 10 class

SchoolCommits
1. Oregon19
2. Alabama18
3. TCU22
4. LSU19
5. USC22
6. Texas24
7. Penn State
25
8. Oklahoma18
9. Tennessee23
10. Florida
21
11. West Virginia
23
12. Wisconsin 21
13. Boston College
23
14. Fresno State
23
15. Florida State
20
16. Michigan 23
17. UCF 23
18. Michigan State
20
19. Pittsburgh 25
20. Georgia 24
21. Texas A&M
22
22. Illinois 25
23. Stanford 20
24. SMU 21
25. Oklahoma State
20


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March 3rd, Thursday 2014

BCS TO MAKE CHANGES
AS THE BCS CONTRACT EXPIRED AFTER THE 2013 SEASON, BCS RENEWS WITH MAJOR CHANGES

ESPN STUDIOS - For what its worth, the BCS was a successful system. Starting in 1998 through 2013 the BCS got it "right" 11 times putting No. 1 vs No. 2. three other instances had the AP crown their own National Champion. Records do show however that from '98 through 2010 19 teams from non AQ conferences had a chance at a BCS bowl whether they were unbeaten or a one loss team and Only five teams made it. Last season the BCS allowed the MWC with a automatic bid. But conferences like the Sun Belt, Conference USA and the MAC got excluded causing for a new system.
Conference USA had three teams who could all have a chance at a BCS bowl game down the stretch of the season.
Conference winner Arkansas State head coach released this statement regarding his displeasure towards the BCS:
"Bottom line is, the BCS is flawed, They themselves know it, which is why they proposed a lot of changes going forward. All I've heard all year is the computers don't like Arkansas State. Well, the computers haven't programmed themselves. We have had back to back 10 win seasons and the best bowl we could get was the Liberty bowl.
I felt like it was to a point where I had to say something. I don't understand it," he added. "Most of the people I talk to don't understand it. Most of the people that are explaining it don't completely understand it. The experts have their disagreements. I just wanted to lay that out there. Do with it whatever you want."

He's not the only one with the Argument nor the only one whose stepped up and said something. UL Monroe AD had this to say.
"Because a lot of the small schools are in Non AQ conference they look to branch out out thus causing that huge alignment process we went through last off season. It ruins rivalries and college traditions and affects other sports."
UL Monroe also won 10 games last season.
The BCS has heard and listened to all available options. The NCAA also has decided to extend the BCS for another 15 season's under new Guide lines.

NEW BCS DEAL:
  • All AQ status will be pulled from Major conferences
  • Because there is no more Automatic Qualifying, teams that leave a conference will have to be geographically sound
  • Conference champions will more than likely get a higher chance of landing in the BCS
  • Deal is for 15 years with provisions available after five


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