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Old 01-20-2012, 11:23 PM   #521
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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL FINAL
Oct 17th, 2015

SEC WEST SHOWDOWN:
BAMA'S DEFENSIVE FRONT PROVES ITS WORTH BEATING REBELS 33-21
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  • TUSCALOOSA, AL - After a tough first half that saw Bama lead 3-0. A very, very dominating third quarter helped Bama grab a 27-7 lead before eventually holding off a late Ole Miss run. "Our Defense set the tone." Head Coach Nick Saban said following the win. Once again defensive linemen J. Sewell and C. Williams powered the defense getting 2.5 sacks each. Bama in fact grabbed 7 sacks on Ole Miss along with 3 interceptions. With all attention on Bama's running game the rebels had no answer for J. Fine who opened the game up with his 75-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter and nearly grabbed another 30 yard touchdown before being stopped at the one. Bama improves to 6-0 while Ole Miss falls for the first time this season at 5-1.
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Four defensive score's lead UAB past Gaecocks
  • Ducks lose 21-point lead but hold on against Utah
  • J. Green's 3 touchdowns including one with 27 seconds left help Missouri shock #5 TCU
  • K-State improves to 6-0 after drubbing of Baylor
  • Notre Dame gets to 6-1 in conference play after win over UCF
  • Heisman candidate Q. Washington's 145 yard not enough as Michigan State holds on over Michigan
  • Penalties hurt Trojans in upset by Sun Devils
  • Badgers stay unbeaten after rivalry win
  • Midshipmen 8-0 after rout of Toledo
  • 36 yard C. Dorsey FG in Over Time gets Yellow Jackets past Tar Heels
  • Wyoming stuns Nevada
TOP 25 SCORE'S
#1 Wisconsin over Minnesota 35-24
#2 Oregon over #18 Utah 28-21
#3 Alabama over #7 Ole Miss 33-21
#4 UAB over South Carolina 66-23
#5 TCU falls Missouri 35-28
#6 Georgia Tech over North Carolina 23-20 OT
#8 Michigan falls #23 Michigan State 31-28
#9 Georgia over Vanderbilt 41-10
#10 Texas over Iowa State 34-20
#11 Cal over Washington State 45-9
#13 USC falls Arizona State 35-28
#14 Iowa over Northwestern 31-24
#15 Oklahoma over Kansas 41-13
#16 Illinois over Indiana 36-14
#19 Auburn over Tennessee 24-16
#20 Miami over Duke 24-14
#21 Purdue over #25 Nebraska 24-20
#24 Navy over Toledo 30-14
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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL LIVE
Monday Oct 19th, 2015

UP FOR GRABS:
SEASONS FIRST BCS POLLS RELEASED WITH BAMA #1:
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  • The season's first BCS Poll was released last night and Alabama, who was third last week in the coaches poll jumped over Oregon and Wisconsin for the top spot. Deservedly so Bama has looked like the number one team all year. ins at Boise (5-2) and Georgia (6-1) as well as wins at home vs Florida (5-1) and Ole Miss (5-1) Alabama's body of work is quite impressive, they still face LSU on the road before closing out with Auburn on Senior day. What was thought to be anybodies number one Wisconsin, Oregon and UAB dont quite have the resume. UAB has a chance this week when they travel to Gainesville. Georgia Tech and Illinois are both unbeaten and both could very well sneak into the mix as the season winds down. Here's the season's first top 10 BCS Polls.
  1. Alabama 1.000
  2. Wisconsin .998
  3. Oregon .997
  4. UAB .992
  5. Georgia Tech .983
  6. Georgia .979
  7. Illinois .978
  8. Texas .972
  9. Florida .972
  10. California .970
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Blazers/Gators prepare for war
  • Illinois leaps into the top 10
  • Kansas State's unbeaten record on the line at West Point
  • #18 Canes have home field edge vs #5 Yellow Jackets
  • Huskies pose challenge for the Rogers led Golden Bears
  • Navy travels to 5-1 Hawaii
  • Big Ten rumble, Michigan looks to bounce back on the road at Purdue
  • Spartans riding momentum into big conference match with Illinois
  • Make or break for Trojans who trevel to South Bend for big game
AP Top 25
RKTEAMRECORDPTS
1Alabama (33)
6-01489
2Wisconsin (25)
7-01448
3Oregon (1)
6-01326
4UAB (1)
7-01318
5Georgia Tech (1)
7-01269
6Georgia6-1
1225
7Illinois
6-01136
8Texas5-1
1003
9California6-2
964
10Ole Miss
5-1
945
11Florida5-1
912
12Iowa6-1887
13Michigan5-1756
14Oklahoma
5-2
675
15TCU5-1673
16LSU4-2
614
17Auburn4-3
508
18Miami6-1
400
19Purdue5-1350
20Michigan State
4-2
340
21Penn State
5-1312
22Navy8-0
290
23USC4-2239
24Utah4-3
71
25Notre Dame
6-264
  • Dropped from rankings: Nebraska 25
  • Others receiving votes: Stanford, Kansas State, Marshall, Air Force, Nebraska, Hawaii, Florida State, Ohio State
RECRUITING:
TOP 10 RECRUITS:
AS WELL AS NEWS FROM RECRUITS:



PlayerGradePosSchool
1. Calvin Hendrix *****
HBOKLAHOMA
2. Josh Fletcher
*****
HB
OKLAHOMA
3. Adam Hickman
*****
ATH
TOP 5
4. Chuck Fenton
*****
WR
TOP 3
5. Ryan Prince
*****
WR
GEORGIA TECH
6. Alex Petty
*****
ATH
TOP 5
7. Bryan Ashley
*****
WR
TOP 3
8. Michael Battle
*****
WR
TOP 3
9. Jimmy Johnson
*****
WR
TOP 3
10. Shane Allen
*****
WR
TOP 3

HEADLINES:
  • Nations #2 receiver Ryan Prince makes decision on Yellow Jackets
  • Alabama's top defensive player Barrett Dennis (#3 CB) stays hoe chooses Alabama
  • Arkansas able to get two big time in-state recruits
  • #6 Backer Michael Robertson going with Utes over Fresno and SC
  • Husker nab Colorado playmaking receiver
  • Gators get their an, Gavin Parker the nations #6 QB chooses Florida
  • Georgia Athlete going to the U
  • #2 QB Brad McCarthy from Illinois down to three with Iowa leading






TOP GAMES FOR WEEK 9

#5 Georgia Tech (7-0) at #18 Miami (6-1)
#22 Navy (8-0) at Hawaii (5-1)
#13 Michigan (5-1) at #19 Purdue (5-1)
#20 Michigan State (4-2) at #7 Illinois (6-0)
#23 USC (4-2) at #25 Notre Dame (6-2)



GAME OF THE WEEK:

#4 UAB (7-0, 5-0) at #11 Florida (5-1, 3-1)
  • For the second straight week the Southeastern Conference has the national game of the of the week. And rightfully so. This time it involves teams from the eastern division. The defending Champs (UAB) vs the up and coming Gators. This game involves the conference's highest rated quarterbacks in Adam Dyks and Vincent Waller. Both signal callers have a core of talent around them and look for thier leadership to give themselves the edge. Its in the swamp with gameday being present. Expect a high action packed game.
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Thurs Oct 22nd, 2015

BLAZERS PUT IT ON THE LINE IN SEC EAST SHOWDOWN:
PLAYERS TAKE THIS WEEK SERIOUS HAS THEY PREPARE FOR GATORS SATURDAY AT NOON:



Timi McCollum and the Blazers defense is ready to face the athletic Gators

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- You dont have to watch College Football Live, or read the school papers to know this weekend's match up with Gators is a big one for the #4 ranked UAB Blazers who travel to Gainesville on Friday to face the #11 Florida Gators. The Blazers have been hard at this week with a no nonsense attitude all week. " I like the focus of these guys right now." Head coach Travis Rhatigan said. " It shows how much these guys want to win. We have our film sheet full from guys wanting to watch film and get better. Practice has been even more competitive this week as well, guys doing extra conditioning the whole nine." Perhaps the focus is in the air because of the fact that the Gators came into Birmingham last season and almost beat the Blazers. A Harvey Nelson fourth quarter interception helped the Blazers stave off the pesky Gators 38-34. Or is it the fact that Travis Rhatigan's first ever win as a coach was a thrilling 41-38 over time win in the swamp. "(chuckling) you bring up a great memory for this program, we went in there four years ago hoping to just compete and beat them. By far one of my best moments as a coach." Nonetheless UAB is just a 4 point favorite in a place where the Gators have been dominate as of late winning their last five home games including a big one against LSU two weeks ago. The Blazers seemed poised and ready for the challenge.

EASTCONFOVERALL
#4 UAB
5-0
7-0
#6 Georgia
5-1
6-1
#11 Florida
3-1
5-1
Vanderbilt1-32-5
South Carolina
1-32-5
Tennessee
0-41-5
Clemson
0-4
1-6
WESTCONFOVERALL
#1 Alabama
4-0
6-0
#10 Ole Miss
2-1
5-1
#17 Auburn
3-2
4-3
Texas A&M
2-3
3-3
Arkansas
2-3
3-4
#16 LSU
1-2
4-2
Mississippi State
1-3
2-4






Matchup Preview | October 24, 2015
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#4 UAB Blazers
(7-0, Away)

#11 Florida Gators
(5-1, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
QB A. Dyks 1,934 yards, 25 td's
QB V. Waller 11 TD, 3 INT
CB A. Love 7 Interceptions
WR J. Daniels 554 yards 7 TD
LB T. McCollum 7.0 sacks
DL K. Alford 4.0 Sacks

| #4 UAB at #11 Florida
PURCHASE TICKETS
(GAME NOTES)
BLAZERS HOPE TO CLOSE OUT LAST ROAD GAME OF THE YEAR IN GAINESVILLE
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Last year UAB squeaked out a four point win at home vs the Gators. Beleive those Gators didnt forget their near upset of the Blazers. Just like in the West last week the East brings to teams gunning for first place, a win will keep pace with Georgia who is also undefeated on the East side of the conference. Florida comes in after a great showing vs LSU 2 weeks ago. Vincent Waller brings in the conference's second best passer rating and knows how to make plays. The Dual threat quarterback can throw the ball and when he does Senior James Daniels is his top target. The 6'3 195 pound receiver has the strength and speed to match up with this UAB secondary that leads the conference in take aways. Daniels is tied for second in the conference in touchdown grabs with 7. Kyle Clark and Ronnie Sutton both add much needed depth. When they are covered Waller isnt afraid to use his legs as LSU found out the hard way, three scores on the year and big runs on third downs have him looking even ore dangerous.
But can the Gators defense stop Adam Dyks and company? Alabama with less talent on the receiving end threw all over the Gators. Bill Cooley leads the conference in receiving yards while Travis Jackson leads in touchdown receptions with 8. If they arent on tailback Lawrence Long brings his 10 touchdowns and 8 yards per carry to the table. With both offenses being very talented it will be up to the defenses to make the needed stops. UAB's is among th best in the nation leading in sacks and take aways, this will be a chance for Florida's defense to get on the map.


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THE CAMPUS GAZETTE
UAB UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPER
Saturday October 24th, 2015

LOVE TO WIN:
ADAM LOVE'S FOURTH QUARTER INTERCEPTIONS HOLD'S OFF PESKY GATORS 34-27



Gainesville, FL - No one said it would be easy, after all this was a confident Florida Gator team playing at home in the swamp. But if it wasn't easy the #4 UAB Blazers first half showing had blowout written all over the game after going up 24-6. But the Blazers needed two Adam Love fourth quarter interceptions to hold on to the dramatic win 34-27. "I knew I had to make a play for my team." Love said. "We knew if we could get one stop we could win this thing." Love's interceptions now tie him with the single season record at 9. Last week he broke the career record with 17. His two interceptions over shadowed a 103-yard interception return to put the Blazers back up for good the end of the third quarter by Travis Barnes, his second return for a touchdown on the season.

Quarterback Adam Dyks played a near perfect game throwing 13-19 for 293 yards and three touchdowns. A bad interception late in the fourth quarter almost gave the gators a chance to tie. att Ford led the receivers with a huge day catching four passes for 152 yards and two scores. Tight end Charles Randle and receiver Travis Jackson both grabbed three receptions, Randle catching Dyks third touchdown pass in the first half. No running game also helped Florida get back in after Lawrence Long was knocked out with bruised ribs. He would finish with 32 yards on five carries while backup Ellis Fox finished with 36 yard son 14 carries.

For the Gators, It was a Jekyl and Hyde affair from quarterback Vincent Waller who finished the game 8-20 for 149 yards and two touchdowns as well as two interceptions. The first half he had only 68 yards on 2 of 12 passing. His legs helped get the Gators back in the game in the second half. He rushed for 90 yards and a score while tailback Willie Lowe added 162 yards. Most of the damage on the ground was during that third quarter. Daniels would lead the Gators with 82 yards and four receptions with a score.

Dyks and the Blazers wasted no time to get on the scoreboard. A 78-yard pass play to Matt Ford put the Blazers up 7-0 after the games first play. Ford would hit the Florida defense with a double move then he showed his speed on his way for the score. A fired up Blazer defense led by Timi McCollum would help stymie the Gators who had early success getting down the field. His only sack of the game would force a T. Pratt Field goal getting the gators on the board. When the first quarter ended UAB was up 10-3
--
(BOTH FORD AND MCCOLLUM HELPED UAB OUT TO A 10-3 FIRST QUARTER LEAD)

The second quarter was all UAB. The Gators would get stopped again and forced to grab another T. Pratt field goal. The ensuing kickoff saw Barnes nearly break one for the score after a 35 yard return. the next play saw Dyks hit his speedster Ford this time Ford just out ran the Florida coverage on his way to a 65-yard touchdown reception putting UAB up 17-6. With the momentum from the offense as well as a shocked swamp crowd the Blazers defense again went to work eventually ending in a Travis Jackson sack forcing a Gator three and out. Adam Dyks would then use a brilliant 2-minute drill to get the Blazers in scoring range, facing a third and goal he would hit freshmen tight end Charles Randle on a quick out pattern, Randle would then power his way to the end zone putting UAB up 24-6 heading into overtime to the sound of boo's from the Ben Hill-Griffin crowd of over 90+ thousand.
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(JACKSON ALSO HELPED SHUT OUT THIS GATOR ATTACK IN THE FIRST HALF WITH A SACK, WHILE TE CHARLES RANDLE TOOK ADVANTAGE OF HIS OPPORTUNITY TO HELP THE BLAZERS INTO A 24-6 HALFTIME LEAD)

It was a tail of two halves for the Blazers and the Gators. The Blazers looked to be doing what they do and run away from the Gators. While the Gators looked like they were not ready for the challenge UAB possessed. But Whatever head coach Josh Burke said to his Gators at halftime lit a match underneath them. The Gators adjusted accordingly and needed just four plays, all runs before quarterback Vince Waller kept a option read and sprinted 56-yards for the score. Trying to establish a running game UAB faced a 3rd and 1 after two straight runs, back up tailback Ellis Fox was stopped in his tracks forcing a punt back to the Gators. The Gators then stayed with the run as sophomore tailback Willie Lowe gashed the defense for huge runs get the Gators inside UAB's ten yard line. Waller would then use a play fake before firing a slant pass to R. Sutton to get the Gators back within four at 24-20.
UAB managed a 36 yard Shane Jordan field goal to go back up seven. But the Momentum was Florida's to lose, with just 6 seconds left in the quarter Waller who gashed the Blazers on the ground during the third quarter used a option pass that found Daniels wide open for the 40-yard touchdown as the gators tied the game 27-27 heading into the fourth quarter. Or so they thought.
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(WHETHER BY HIS LEGS OR ARM, WALLER LED A FURIOUS GATO COMEBACK TO TIE THE SCORE HEADING INTO THE FOURTH QUARTER)

The Gators made a 21-3 run in that third quarter to tie the game. For the most part they shut down that high explosive offensive of UAB, but the hidden stat was still in UAB's favor as return man Travis Barnes was averaging close to 40 yards per return. He would make the Gators pay with no time left in third quarter. He would catch the kickoff three yards deep ion the end zone before sprinting out, a hesitate quick move to the left had Barnes seeing green as he cut on the jets down the sideline out running all the Gators for a school record 103 yard kick off return putting UAB back up 34-27 heading into the fourth.
The defense needed to step up but a strong running game saw the Gators inch themselves all the way into the red zone but also taking off three minutes of the clock. After being stuffed on two option runs, the Gators were forced to pass, thats when Adam Love made a play. He would jump high for the interception in the end zone giving UAB the ball back with 2 minutes left. But Adam Dyks would give the ball right back to the gators. After two straight runs trying to run out the clock the Blazers themselves face a third down situation. Dyks being pressure would throw a jump ball to tight end Charles Randle but Linebacker R. Clarke would make a spectacular one handed interception. A few plays got the Gators back in scoring range, but with 30 seconds left Adam Love would come up with the play of the game grabbing his second interception and helping UAB hold on for the dramatic win.
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(BARNES GAME CHANGING KICK OFF RETURN TOOK THE WIND OUT OF THE GATORS, BUT IT WAS ADAM LOVE'S INTERCEPTION IN THE END ZONE THAT ENDED ANY HOPES FOR A GATOR COMEBACK)

"If I could go back I would definitely have could a run play on that third down." Head coach Travis Rhatigan said. It was the first time this season that the Blazers were completely shut down in any half scoring only three points on offense after a 24 point first half. "That was a very good Gator team we just played. Im glad were done on the road, hopefully we correct our mistakes and mishaps and get ready for a good Louisville team next week at home."



BOX SCORE:
#4 UAB 34 - Florida 27

(CORNER MATT GATEWOOD KNOCKING DOWN A PASS IN THE FOURTH QUARTER, IT WAS THE UAB PASS DEFENSE THAT FINALLY MADE THE PLAYS TO CLOSE OUT THE GATORS))
Photos | Season Stats | Game Book | Quotes | Notes



1234F
#4 UAB (8-0, 6-0)
10
14
10
0
34
#11 UF (5-2, 3-2)
3
3
21
14
27


Quick StatsUAB
UF
Total Yards361
429
Passing Yards293
149
Rushing Yards68
280
First Downs9
15
Turnovers1
2
Penalties - Yards4-45
1-7
3rd Down Conversions6-11
3-8
4th Down Conversions0-0
0-0
Sacks2
0
Time of Possession13:12
10:48


Statistical Leaders - UAB
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
A. Dyks
13-19
293
3/1
78
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
E. Fox
14
36
0
11
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
M. Ford
4
152
2
78
T. Jackson
3
44
0
27
C. Randle
3
33
1
14
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
D. Rhodes
9
0
1
0
T. McCollum
4
1.0
3
0
A. Love
1
0
0
2 INT

Statistical Leaders - Florida
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
V. Waller
8-20
149
2/2
57
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
W. Lowe
13
162
0
41
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
J. Daniels
4
82
1
40
A. Long
1
57
1
57
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
J. Green
9
0
1
0
M. Fitzpatrick
4
00
0
J. Smith
4
0
1
0


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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL FINAL
Oct 24th, 2015

SPECIAL TEAM:
KICK RETURN LIFTS BLAZERS PAST UPSET MINDED GATORS:
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  • GAINESVILLE, FL - After enjoying a 24-6 halftime lead, the visiting UAB Blazers gave the "Swamp" everything to be mad about as they jubilantly ran into the locker rooms at halftime to the tune of boo's. The Gators wouldn't go down that easy storming back with a 21-3 run to tie the game with 6 seconds left in the third quarter. But thats when RS-Freshmen Travis Barnes made the play of the game to save the Blazers season, he returned the next kick off 104 yards for the touchdown. NCAA interception leader Adam Love added two more fourth quarter interceptions to help the Blazers hang on to an exciting 34-27 win to remain unbeaten.
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Ducks shutout of second half but still hold on
  • Stanley's 3 touchdown performance helps Trojans blow out Irish in annual rivalry
  • Cane's falter in upset bid as Georgia Tech rally's
  • Rogers and the Cal Bears lose to a good Washington team
  • Longhorns win, but All Conference backer Charles Gaston out 8-10 weeks
  • Kansas State stays unbeaten after win over Army
  • LSU shuts out Miss. State as they ready for Auburn game
  • Oregon State remains unbeaten in conference play after win
  • Navy does enough to stay undefeated
  • Illinois gets over 400 yards on the ground winning shoutout over Michigan State
  • Bama Rolls Vols
TOP 25 SCORE'S:
#1 Alabama over Tennessee 37-23
#3 Oregon over Arizona 17-14
#4 UAB over #11 Florida 34-27
#5 Georgia Tech over #18 Miami 24-17
#7 Illinois over #20 Michigan State 49-46
#8 Texas over Texas Tech 42-25
#9 Cal falls Washington 35-21
#10 Ole Miss over Arkansas 38-14
#12 Iowa over Indiana 24-17
#13 Michigan over #19 Purdue 38-25
#15 TCU over Kansas 49-20
#16 LSU over Miss. State 28-0
#17 Auburn over Texas A&M 34-14
#21 Penn State over Northwestern 38-10
#22 Navy over Hawaii 20-15
#23 USC over #25 Notre Dame 42-13
#24 Utah over UCLA 24-21
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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL LIVE
Monday Oct 26th, 2015

DARK HORSES:
GEORGIA TECH AND ILLINOIS QUIETLY MAKING A CASE:
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(RUNNING BACKS: #22 KEVIN WILLIAMS (GT), #28 RJ ROBINSON (ILL)
  • Well not exactly quiet after last week's thrilling 49-46 win over Michigan State. But Illinois, who was perhaps just a win away from a national championship appearance a few years ago is back in the spot light sitting a 7th in the BCS. With RJ Robinson handling the carries tied for third in rushing touchdowns Illinois seems balanced on offense, they'll get their chnce to state their case later this season against Wisconsin. Georgia Tech seems to run out the gate with 6 and 7-0 starts before the nations gets a hold of their option attack, but this year they have more than one legitimate back they have three that includes quarterback James Riley. With only Georgia as a key opponent left Georgia Tech may win the ACC for back to back years and have a possible NC opportunity.
  1. Alabama 1.000
  2. Wisconsin .998 (9)
  3. Oregon .998 (8)
  4. UAB .994
  5. Georgia Tech .993
  6. Georgia .992
  7. Illinois .990
  8. Texas .983
  9. Ole Miss .982
  10. Michigan .982
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Close back to back wins has #10 (AP) Iowa looking vulnerable
  • Undefeated Kansas State looks for media recognition after its #22 ranking
  • Facing 8-0 Navy, Notre Dame hopes to rebound after humiliating loss to SC a week ago
  • What used to be a marquee match-up in the SEC west now LSU and Auburn hope to finish strong
  • Gators have an opportunity against Georgia, but Bulldogs have other plans
  • USC can make a statement with win over Stanford
  • Penn State knows they need to contain Michigan's Quinton Washington (18td's) for a chance
  • Urban Meyer looks for his biggest win as a Buckeye when #2 Wisconsin visits the "Shoe"
  • Boise looks for revenge as they face Air Force
  • Illini knows Purdue will provide stiff challenge
AP Top 25
RKTEAMRECORDPTS
1Alabama (40)
7-01439
2Wisconsin (21)
7-01401
3UAB8-01305
4Oregon7-01278
5Georgia Tech
8-01241
6Illinois7-01148
7Georgia6-11096
8Texas6-11035
9Ole Miss
6-1976
10Iowa7-1861
11Michigan6-1851
12Oklahoma5-2
755
13TCU6-1718
14LSU5-2
611
15Florida5-2586
16Auburn5-3
553
17Navy9-0
536
18California
6-3446
19Penn State
6-1420
20USC5-2384
21Miami
6-2323
22Kansas State
7-0230
23Utah5-3
128
24Purdue5-2111
25Washington6-3107
  • Dropped from rankings: Michigan State 20, Notre Dame 25
  • Others receiving votes: Stanford, Michigan State, Air Force, Nebraska, Florida State
RECRUITING:
TOP 10 RECRUITS:
AS WELL AS NEWS FROM RECRUITS:




PlayerGradePosSchool
1. Calvin Hendrix *****
HBOKLAHOMA
2. Josh Fletcher
*****
HB
OKLAHOMA
3. Adam Hickman
*****
ATH
TOP 5
4. Chuck Fenton
*****
WR
TOP 3
5. Ryan Prince
*****
WR
GEORGIA TECH
6. Alex Petty
*****
ATH
TOP 5
7. Bryan Ashley
*****
WR
TOP 3
8. Michael Battle
*****
WR
TOP 3
9. Jimmy Johnson
*****
WR
Oregon
10. Shane Allen
*****
WR
Notre Dame

HEADLINES:
  • California receiver Jimmy Johnson (#5) heading to Oregon
  • Notre Dame gets Ohio playmaker Shane Allen
  • 4th rated quarterback Landon Holt gives UAB a soft commit, nothing official yet
  • Ducks continue to get talent landing Washington's top QB Adam Johnson
  • #4 Running back Brandon Miles commits to GT
  • Staying at home: Michigan back says Big Blue
  • Jenks (OK) receiver headed to TCU
  • Top tackle commits to Georgia

Heisman Highlight's back this season. The next few weeks we'll document Heisman candidates and give an insight at their season. The first candidate is Michigan's sensational running back Quinton Washington who at the moment looks to be the clear cut favorite. His Michigan Wolverines are 6-1. A 232 yard 3 touchdown performance against Purdue last week powered Michigan over ranked Boilermaker's but his 278 yard 4 touchdown performance on national television against Notre Dame is what put him on the map.
  • 1,023 yards (1st Big Ten, 5th NCAA)
  • 18 Touchdowns (1st NCAA)
  • 8.4 ypc (1st NCAA)
  • 8 20+ yard runs (1st NCAA)




TOP GAMES FOR WEEK 10

#17 Navy (9-0) at Notre Dame (6-3)
Air Force (5-2) at Boise State (6-2)
#14 LSU (5-2) at #16 Auburn (5-3)
#7 Georgia (6-1) at #15 Florida (5-2)
Oregon State (5-1) at #25 Washington (6-3)
Stanford (6-2) at #20 USC (5-2)
#2 Wisconsin (7-0) at Ohio State (5-2)
#6 Illinois (7-0) at #24 Purdue (5-2)



GAME OF THE WEEK:

#19 Penn State (6-1, 4-0) at #11 Michigan (6-1, 2-1)
Penn State starts what some experts call a murderous stretch when they face the Wolverines on the road this weekend, followed by #6 Illinois, #2 Wisconsin and #24 Purdue. If the Nittany Lions can come out alive, this could very well be a preview of the Big Ten Championship. For Michigan, who are currently chasing the #10 Hawkeys's have a tough stretch themselves, with Iowa on the horizon. A win this weekend will most certain give them a control your own destiny opportunity.
Penn State will focus on stopping the conference top tailback Q. Washington he is a break away king and has a nose for the end zone. Michigan will unleash the dogs at back up Don Martin who is playing for injured quarterback Kevin Austin, If tailback Brian Tyler can get going this should be quite the contest.


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Thurs Oct 22nd, 2015

HOME SWEET HOME:
BLAZERS FINISH GRUELING ROAD STRETCH, EXCITED TO FINSH THE SEASONS FINAL GAMES AT HOME:



Matt Ford's 732 yards and 9 touchdowns lead the SEC

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- For the last six weeks the UAB Blazers played five road games along with a bye week. The toll showed itself as they nearly lost a 18-point lead but held on to beat the Gators in Gainesville last week. "Thats no easy task." Middle linebacker Timi McCollum said, he would go on to record 7.0 sacks during that stretch. The road trip started with a 6-point win at Mississippi State intertwined with blowout victories over Auburn, Clemson and South Carolina before a 7-point win over the Gators. "I believe our team grew closer during that stretch." Said NCAA interception leader Adam Love, it was his fourth quarter interceptions that thwarted the Gators comeback attempt.
"It's refreshing to be back at home. I mean of course we're home every week practicing but traveling can take a toll on your body. Now the guys can wake up in their bed eat their food and relax on gamedays with us finishing out at home." Mentioned Head coach Travis Rhatigan. The Blazers will Welcome the 4-3 Louisville Cardinals who bring in a balanced attack with upset on their minds. "Watching them on film this team is one or two plays away from being unbeaten." Stated Rhatigan. "We cant get comfortable they got a good quarterback and great athletes at the skill position. Our guys need to be ready." The Blazers will finish this week with a walk through on Friday, with a 1-hr media session following.

EASTCONFOVERALL
#3 UAB
6-0
8-0
#7 Georgia
5-1
6-1
#15 Florida
3-2
5-2
Vanderbilt2-33-5
South Carolina
1-42-6
Tennessee
0-51-6
Clemson
0-4
1-6
WESTCONFOVERALL
#1 Alabama
5-0
7-0
#9 Ole Miss
3-1
6-1
#16 Auburn
4-2
5-3
#14 LSU
2-2
5-2
Texas A&M
2-4
3-4
Arkansas
2-4
3-5
Mississippi State
1-4
2-5






Matchup Preview | October 31, 2015
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Louisville Cardinals
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#3 UAB Blazers
(8-0, Home)
key players
WR B. Madsen 85.3 ypg
QB A. Dyks 2,227 yards passing
DL T. Wilson 4 sacks
CB A. Love 9 interceptions
Pass Defense #11 NCAA (176.3)
SS D. Rhodes 45 tackles

| Louisville at #3 UAB
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WINNING MOMENTUM: UAB HOPES TO CONTINUE ITS WINNING WAYS AS THEY FACE THE CARDINALS
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Back at home and ready to make a championship push the UAB Blazers welcome the 4-3 Louisville Cardinals. Louisville has won their last three out of four games including a 42-3 win over Rutgers last week. Offensively quarterback C. Brown makes this offense go, he's back from injury and has the Cardinals playing good football. His favorite target is B. Madsen. Madsen brings not only speed to the table but can catch the ball in traffic and isn't afraid to use his body. Running back A. Parrish his in for his fifth start averaging 4.0 yards per carry. UAB rush defense has struggled the past two weeks so look for Louisville to try and give Parrish some early opportunities. The key to this game will be how will the Cardinals slow down UAB's offense. Playing at home UAB could unleash on Louisville, receiver Matt Ford is the hot man but Travis Jackson and Bill Cooley can all play. Louisville does have the #1 defense in the Big East and the #11 pass defense in the country giving up only 176.3 yards per game. The Blazers are on a 28-game home winning streak, a lot to lose for the Blazers.


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