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Old 01-26-2012, 10:50 PM   #529
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Really loving this dynasty man! I might have to steal a few ideas from this like the weekly practice updates and Heisman Highlight. This is a real in depth and well run dynasty. Good luck defending that title!
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THE CAMPUS GAZETTE
UAB UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPER
Saturday October 31th, 2015

LEGION OF DOOM
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DEFENSE DEFENDS LEGION FIELD FOR THE 29TH CONSECUTIVE HOME WIN, KNOCKING OFF LOUISVILLE 44-7


Birmingham, Ala - The Blazers hit the field with a certain confidence we haven't seen in a while. Perhaps it was head coach Travis Rhatigan's comments earlier in the week. "We're the defending champs. These guys know that and they play like it." That vote of confidence helped UAB jump out to a 44-0 lead before surrendering a late fourth quarter touchdown with the back ups in. Adam Dyks ripped apart Louisville's number 11th ranked pass defense to the tune of four touchdowns and passing for the most yards in school history (9,959 yards). Defensively Adam Love broke the school record for most interceptions in a season (10) as he continues to be a lockdown corner.

Along with his four touchdowns Dyks was 12-18 for 327 yards. His main targets was his magnificent three led by Matt Fords 158 yards on four receptions along with two touchdowns. Travis Jackson grabbed six receptions for 98 yards and a score while Bill Cooley snagged three for 96 yards and a score. Running back Lawrence Long went over 100 yards gaining 114 on 20 carries and a score. Despite the big offensive day it was the defense who paved the way led by Timi McCollum who had a game high 8 tackles and three sacks. Both Dominique Rhodes and Adam Love grabbed interceptions to help lead this defense.

For Louisville it was a long day for quarterback C. Brown who was just 4-10 for 109 yards throwing two interceptions. They had some success on the ground gaining 146 yards as a team led by A. Parrish and his 90 yards. B. Madsen, the teams leading receiver only grabbed 2 receptions for 71 yards. M. Bowers had Louisville's lone turnover.

The Blazers opened up the game feeding off the record crowd of 73,000 standing room only. A 17 yard run by Lawrence Long had the stadium rocking which then went from rocking to probably the loudest place in the country when Dyks hit his go to target Mat Ford for a 63-yard touchdown reception putting UAB up early 7-0. Louisville would have some success moving the ball into UAB territory but a huge hit on quarterback C. Brown on third and short forced Louisville into a long 53-yard field goal which was missed. Dyks would then need just four plays before finding receiver Travis Jackson on a three yard touchdown pass right in front of Louisville's fans putting UAB up 14-0 ending the first quarter.
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(DYKS WOULD GO OVER 200 YARDS IN THE FIRST QUARTER THRWOING TWO TOUCHDOWN PASSES INCLUDING ONE TO TRAVIS JACKSON IN FRONT OF LOUISVILLE'S FAN BASE)

The second quarter saw UAB stall out on the red zone twice kicking two field goals. The second quarter was led by the defense who was flawless. Getting sacks from Timi McCollum and freshmen phenom defensive end Scott Gaither. The pressure would finally result in an Adam Love interception his 10th of the year leading the NCAA in that category. UAB would go into the half up 20-0.
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(WHETHER IT WAS ON THE GROUND OR IN THE AIR, UAB'S DEFENSE LOCKED LOUISVILLE DOWN WITH TOUGH DEFENSIVE PLAY)

As the third quarter started UAB's offense clicked again. Just minutes after holding Louisville to a three and out Dyks would find Ford for the 45 yard score. It was the second time the two hooked up, Ford ran a stutter and go loosing the defensive back before catching the wide open pass for the score. Up 27-0 UAB find themselves with ball after forcing another punt, running back Lawrence Long took the counter and scooted 57-yards for the score and Legion field was rocking. A forced fumble by Phillip Mason gave Dyks an opportunity for one last drive and he didnt disappoint hitting Bill Cooley from 45 yards out putting UAB up 41-0 heading into the fourth quarter.
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(DYKS THIRD QUARTER TOUCHDOWN PASSES TO FORD AND COOLEY HELPED HIM SURPASS THE SCHOOL'S CAREER MARK FOR YARDS)

Louisville had their chances, Parrish broke and looked like he had a score before being chased down by safety Dominique Rhodes, receiver B, Madsen had a catch and run before getting tackled at the five yard line, but once again UAB came away with the big turnover when Rhodes made a spectacular one-handed interception. Backup quarterback Marques Wright would lead UAB to a Shane Jordan 43-yard field goal giving UAB a 44-0 lead.
With 1:27 left in the game Louisville finally got on the board when Parrish took off for 58 yards on the second team defense. When it was all over IAB would win 44-7.
"One of the best performances I've seen here on Legion Field and thats saying a lot being this is our 29th straight win." Head coach Travis Rhatigan said. "You could tell the guys were excited to finally be home and playing in front of the home crowd. Glad we could have this type of performance for them."
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(DESPITE THE LONE TOUCHDOWN GIVEN UP IN THE 4TH QUARTER UAB'S DEFENSE HAD A TREMENDOUS EFFORT SHUTTING DOWN LOUISVILLE)

UAB will now be on a bye week before #7 Ole Miss comes to town in what should be a very tough match up for the Blazers.



BOX SCORE:
#3 UAB 44 - Louisville 7
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(LAWRENCE LONG QUIETLY WENT OVER 100 YARDS HELPING THE BLAZERS MOVE THE CHAINS WITH HIS CARRIES)
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#3 UAB (9-0, 6-0)
14
6
21
3
44
UL (4-4, 2-2)
0
0
0
7
7


Quick StatsUAB
UL
Total Yards466
259
Passing Yards352
113
Rushing Yards114
146
First Downs11
6
Turnovers1
3
Penalties - Yards0-0
2-18
3rd Down Conversions6-9
2-10
4th Down Conversions0-0
0-0
Sacks5
0
Time of Possession14:17
10:49


Statistical Leaders - UAB
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
A. Dyks
12-18
327
4/1
63
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
L. Long
20
114
1
57
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
T. Jackson
6
98
1
29
T. Jackson
4
158
2
63
B. Cooley
3
96
1
45
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
T. McCollum
8
3.0
6
1 FR
D. Rhodes
5
0
1
1 INT
A. Love
4
0
0
1 INT

Statistical Leaders - Louisville
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
C. Brown
4-10
109
0/2
72
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
A. Parrish
16
90
1
58
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
B. Madsen
2
71
0
72
D. Booker
1
33
0
33
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
R. Brown
6
0
1
0
B. Smith
6
00
0
A. Culver
5
0
0
0

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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL FINAL
Oct 31th, 2015

ONLY IN HORSESHOES:
CLOSE ONLY HAPPENS IN HORSHOES AS THE BUCKEYES UPSET THE #2 BADGERS 21-14:
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  • Columbus, OH - It was the ultimate trap set. The 5-2 Urban Meyer led Buckeye's knew they needed all the luck in the world for them to win. The Luck came in the form of a J. Webster interception right before the half that tied the game up at 7. Then quarterback B. Sanders found A. Warren for a 77 yard blown coverage bomb putting Ohio State up 14-7. With the score tied at 14 with just 57 seconds left Sanders would drop back on 3rd and 14, with no one open he took off, a dive and fumble in the end zone saw running back B. Gold recover for the go ahead score and the win. "HUGE!!" said Meyer who took over after three games last season. "Thats the type of win we needed for this group, they stuck with it and never let up against a great team."
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Unbeaten no more as Cyclones upset Kansas State
  • UAB wins 29th consecutive home game with route of Louisville
  • Illinois stays perfect after road win
  • Navy gets embarrassed by Irish
  • Gators handle bulldogs in Jacksonville
  • Darby to Hood in final seconds see's Auburn over LSU
  • Trojans find a way against Stanford
  • Iowa takes care of Minnesota, prepare for Washington led Wolverines
  • Huskies keep Pac-12 hopes alive with win over Beavers
  • Washington leads Michigan over Penn State
  • Boise improves conference record to 5-0 with win
  • Illinois stays undefeated after road win
TOP 25 SCORES
#1 Alabama over Ball State 45-16
#2 Wisconsin falls Ohio State 21-14
#3 UAB over Louisville 44-7
#4 Oregon over Washington State 45-6
#6 Illinois over #24 Purdue 27-19
#7 Georgia falls #15 Florida 40-6
#8 Texas over Baylor 31-7
#9 Ole Miss over Texas A&M 38-17
#10 Iowa over Minnesota 41-17
#11 Michigan over #19 Penn State 38-17
#12 Oklahoma over Missouri 48-38
#13 TCU over Tulsa 30-6
#14 LSU falls #16 Auburn 34-31
#17 Navy falls Notre Dame 34-6
#20 USC over Stanford 35-30
#21 Miami over Virginia 31-10
#22 Kansas State Falls to Iowa State 28-21
#23 Utah over Arizona 41-20
#25 Washington over Oregon State 28-21
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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL LIVE
Monday Nov 2nd, 2015

TOUGH AS NAILS:
BIG TEN CONFERENCE RACES HEATING UP:

  • Quietly the Big Ten is surpassing the SEC as nations toughest conference, maybe not as athletic as the SEC but it sure is as tough. In fact head to head since the realignment the Big Ten is 1-0 vs the SEC in National Titles thanks to Iowa's victory over UAB two years ago. Now to this season. Of the 12 teams in the conference 7 are ranked led by #4 Illinois the lone unbeaten, Iowa, Wisconsin and Michigan all have one loss while Ohio State and Penn State have two losses but are very much in the division race. Here are the remaining schedules for the title contenders in order of conference rank.
LEADERS:

#4 Illinois (8-0, 4-0)
at #23 PSU, vs #20 OSU, vs #9 Wisc, at Minn
#23 Penn State (6-2, 4-1)
vs #4 Illini, at #9 Wisc, vs Pur, vs Army
#9 Wisconsin (7-1, 3-1)
vs Pur, vs #23 PSU, at #4 Illini, vs Neb
Purdue (5-3, 2-2)
#20 Ohio State (6-2, 2-2)


LEGENDS:

#8 Iowa (8-1, 5-0)
vs #10 Michigan, at Pur, at #20 OSU
#10 Michigan (7-1, 3-1)
at #8 Iowa, at NU, vs Neb, vs #20 OSU
#25 Michigan State (5-3, 2-2) could win at least a share


BCS TALK:

  • With Wisconsin and Georgia getting upset last weekend, there was a slight mix up in the BCS. Here are this week's top 10.
  1. Alabama (8-0) 1.000
  2. Oregon (8-0) .998
  3. UAB (9-0) .997
  4. Illinois (8-0) .994
  5. Georgia Tech (8-0) .993
  6. Texas (7-1) .989
  7. Ole Miss (7-1) .987
  8. Florida (6-2) .984
  9. Michigan (7-1) .983
  10. Wisconsin (7-1) .983
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Iowa/Michigan set for huge Big Ten tilt
  • UAB's Dyks a semi-finalist for O'Brien
  • #3 Oregon hopes to not get caught in Stanford's trap
  • Kansas State hopes to rebound at home against a tough TCU squad
  • Leaders up for grabs when Illinoi travels to happy Valley
  • Iowa hoping for home field edge when Wolverines visit
  • Alabama not over looking #19 LSU
  • Rivalry revisited: Canes, Hokies enough said
  • With UAB looming #7 Ole Miss needs to take care of Auburn
AP Top 25
RKTEAMRECORDPTS
1Alabama (32)
8-01499
2UAB (25)
9-01398
3Oregon (3)
8-01369
4Illinois (1)
8-01334
5Georgia Tech
8-01288
6Texas7-11184
7Ole Miss
7-11138
8Iowa8-11107
9Wisconsin7-1979
10Michigan7-1885
11Oklahoma6-2804
12Florida6-2725
13TCU7-1718
14Georgia6-2657
15Auburn6-3654
16California6-3602
17USC6-2546
18Miami7-2502
19LSU5-3491
20Ohio State
6-2340
21Utah6-3313
22Navy9-1264
23Penn State
6-2206
24Washington7-3181
25Michigan State
5-3161
  • Dropped from rankings: Kansas State 22, Purdue 24
  • Others receiving votes: Notre Dame, Florida State, Purdue, West Virginia, Boise State, Stanford, Kansas State, Oklahoma 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
WISCONSIN
5. Ryan Prince
*****
WR
GEORGIA TECH
6. Alex Petty
*****
ATH
TOP 5
7. Bryan Ashley
*****
WR
WISCONSIN
8. Michael Battle
*****
WR
ALABAMA
9. Jimmy Johnson
*****
WR
Oregon
10. Shane Allen
*****
WR
Notre Dame

HEADLINES:
  • Badgers receive big time commitments from #1 and #3 wide outs
  • Bama gets PA receiver after battle with Iowa and Wisconsin "I believe I can compete in the SEC"
  • Blazers get five star receiver Carlos Harrell
  • Alabama TE headed to Texas
  • Alaska safety headed to the midlands after commitment to nebraska
  • Four star back staying in state, Jim Sapp chooses Arizona over Stanford
  • Defensive tackle EJ Butler commits to Sooners
  • SC putting together another impressive class
  • Colorado safety headed to Auburn

Heisman Highlight showcases Texas running back Alfred Sullivan. Last week he rushed for 145 yards in Texas' route of Baylor. The Junior has helped Texas to the fourth ranked rushing offense in the country. His 14 touchdowns rank him first in the Big 12. Oddly he's only rushed for over 20 yards once and his long is only 27, but he still averages 146.8 yards a game due to his toughness and his 6 yards per carry average.
  • 1,175 yards (3rd NCAA)
  • 6.0 ypc (1st Big 12)
  • 14 rushing touchdowns (T-2nd NCAA)
  • 146.8 ypg (4th NCAA)
  • 28 broken tackles (7th NCAA)

TOP GAMES FOR WEEK 11

#3 Oregon (8-0) at Stanford (6-3)
#13 TCU (7-1) at Kansas State (7-1)
#4 Illinois (8-0) at #23 Penn State (6-2)
#1 Alabama (8-0) at #19 LSU (5-3)
#18 Miami (6-2) at Virginia Tech (6-2)
#15 Ole Miss (7-1) at #15 Auburn (6-3)



GAME OF THE WEEK:

#10 Michigan (7-1) at #8 Michigan (8-1)
  • Very bad losses by both teams have since seen them on a dominate run. The Wolverines have realized they need to feed Heisman favorite Quinton Washington the ball, Washington leads the NCAA with 19 touchdowns. But Michigan has struggled on the road including their 31-28 loss to Michigan State. Iowa has dominated this series as of late and a win could almost lock up a Legends title. A few injuries turned game time decision will have a huge affect on the Hawkeyes who have struggled a bit winning close games before blowing out Minnesota last week. Quarterback A. Darby has been real good for Iowa (22/5), they'll need him andrunning back L. Rhodes (110.4 ypg) to step up big against the nations #10 ranked defense.

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Thurs Nov 5th, 2015

IN CONTROL:
BLAZERS HEAD INTO FINAL BYE WEEK WITH FIRM GRIP OF THE SEC EASTERN DIVISION:



Dominique Rhodes was announced as a Thorpe semi-finalist this week, he leads the NCAA with 50 solo tackles along with 5 interceptions

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- #2 In the AP, #3 in the BCS, the UAB Blazers head into their final bye this season with another opportunity at a division title. Up a game on the Florida Gators who just dominated Georgia this past weekend, they also hold the tie breaker. "It's good to know that we control our own destiny." Head coach Travis Rhatigan said after team conditioning on Monday. "But we want to defend our title so these next two weeks are absolutely huge for us." The Blazers play back to back home games against #7 Ole Miss and #14 Georgia before Senior day vs Vanderbilt. The Blazers looked unstoppable last week in a route of Clemson and look for the edge when Ole Miss comes into town. "Yea we're a bit anxious." Middle Linebacker and Nagurski Semi-Finalist Timi McCollum said. " But at the same time we cant be over confident, we need to take care of ourselves during this bye week and back after it next week." Rhatigan said the Players will had light practices Tuesday and Wednesday and gave them the rest of the week off until Sunday. "Its vital you give your guys a rest period, this bye has come at the right time."

BLAZERS INK TWO:
BLAZERS GET 5-STAR RECEIVER AND 4-STAR QUARTERBACK
The Blazers just about wrapped up recruiting getting their fifth and sixth commitments after a very impressive performance against Clemson. Five star receiver Carlos Harrell right from Marion, Alabama and Four Star quarterback Landon Holt from Burlington, Kentucky were the newest commits. "We made it a point that with our depth we weren't gonna just sign any kid this year we were gonna pick a small range and recruit them hard." Recruiting coordinator and Offensive coordinator Rashad Stenvson said. With Adam Dyks being a junior he could leave for the draft otherwise he has one year left if he doesn't. That was big for Landon Holt who said "I love watching Dyks run that system in UAB, if he leaves I have a opportunity to be thrown to the wolves like him, if not I could learn so much under him." Holt is the second quarterback to commit for the Blazers this season as Alabama Native Clay Long was the first. "I like what Holt brings to the table a big pocket passer that knows how to stand tall in the pocket." Mentioned Rhatigan. Holt is 6'4 217. Receiver Carlos Harrell is another great pass catcher to come to UAB. He was clocked at 4.36 during UAB's 7 on 7 camp over the summer and thats what got the Blazers attention. "Stevenson saw him first." Rhatigan said. "We then watched him during the passing camp and he excelled, when then started talking to his coach and realized Florida and Alabama already offered." Harrell currently leads the state in all purpose yards and recently was blown away by his visit back to UAB. "The closeness of the team, the fan support it was up there with the Gators and Bama, then I watched them beat the Gators a few weeks back started receiving more and more letters saw them beat Louisville and thats all she wrote."
- Landon Holt Quarterback Burlington, Kentucky 6'4 217
- Carlos Harrell Wide Receiver Marion, Alabama 5'11 181

EASTCONFOVERALL
#2 UAB
6-0
9-0
#14 Georgia
5-2
6-2
#12 Florida
4-2
6-2
Vanderbilt2-43-6
South Carolina
1-42-6
Clemson
1-42-6
Tennessee
2-6
1-5
WESTCONFOVERALL
#1 Alabama
5-0
8-0
#7 Ole Miss
4-1
7-1
#15 Auburn
5-2
6-3
#19 LSU
2-3
5-3
Arkansas
2-4
4-5
Texas A&M
2-5
3-5
Mississippi State
1-4
3-5



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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL FINAL
Nov 7th, 2015

CLEARING THE RHODES:
HUGE 4TH QUARTER BY L. RHODES HELPS IOWA PAST WOLVERINES:

  • Iowa City, IA - With score notted at 20 at the start of the fourth Iowa needed a spark. Two Q. Washington touchdown runs tied the game after Iowa rushed out to a 20-6 halftime lead. We we're slowly wearing their front down." Iowa quarterback A. Darby said who went 11-14 and threw two first half touchdown passes. "I told coach lets give it Rhodes and let him lead the way." Rhodes would break a 3rd and two into a 46 yard touchdown run giving Iowa the go ahead lead, a huge defensive stop saw him get the ball back a mixture of passes and huge 3rd down runs before a 7 yard plunge by Rhodes gave Iowa a 34-20 lead and went on to win 37-20.
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Burns and the Ducks upset by Stanford
  • Replay challenge gives Boilermakers the upset in Madison
  • Auburn continues its roll with convincing blowout of Ole Miss
  • The arm of Rawlins leads Oklahoma State over Texas
  • Weekend tapped "Upset Weekend"
  • Jackets take advantage of un-athletic Duke
  • Illini need every second to escape happy valley with the win
  • Tide rolled in death valley
  • TCU handles Kansas State improves to 8-1
  • Boise hangs 69 on colorado state
  • Buckeyes keep winning
  • Hokies do the pokie on the canes
TOP 25 SCORES:
#1 Alabama falls #19 LSU 32-15
#3 Oregon falls Stanford 13-3
#4 Illinois over #23 Penn State 31-24
#5 Georgia Tech over Duke 42-10
#6 Texas falls Oklahoma State 26-7
#7 Ole Miss falls #15 Auburn 49-14
#8 Iowa over #10 Michigan 37-20
#9 Wisconsin falls Purdue 28-21
#11 Oklahoma over Texas A&M 52-3
#12 Florida over Vanderbilt 35-0
#13 TCU over Kansas State 35-23
#14 Georgia over Clemson 41-20
#16 Cal over Oregon State 38-21
#17 USC over Arizona 31-21
#18 Miami falls Virginia Tech 36-27
#20 Ohio State over #25 Michigan State 28-25
#21 Utah fall Colorado 37-35
#22 Navy falls Missouri 29-24

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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL LIVE
Monday Nov 9th, 2015

STOP WHAT YOUR DOING, THIS IS A SHAKE UP:
FIVE TOP 10 TEAMS FALTER LAST WEEKEND:

  • Number 3,4,5 is now Number 1,2,3. UAB, Illinois and Georgia Tech all benefited from the losses by Alabama, Oregon and Texas. It was a wild weekend of college football that produced upset after upset. First it was the early game that saw Michigan and Iowa play in the seasons first snow fall, a back and forth game was busted wide open by the legs of L. RHodes who helped Iowa to the 37-20 victory. The 3 o'clock game saw Stanford sack Oregons scrambling quarterback A. Burns 9 times and pick him off twice before holding on to a 13-3 win. The night cap saw two SEC Western division upsets when Alabama had no Answer for A. Porters arm and the death valley crowd, if you were like me you we flipping back and forth seeing Auburn just lay into Ole Miss. It was just one of those kind of days that proved on any given Saturday anything can happen. Here is this weeks BCS top 10:
  1. UAB (9-0) 1.000
  2. Illinois (9-0) .997
  3. Georgia Tech (9-0) .996
  4. Iowa (9-1) .992
  5. Alabama (8-1) .991
  6. Auburn (7-3) .983
  7. Florida (7-2) .983
  8. Oregon (8-1) .980
  9. Oklahoma (7-2) .978
  10. LSU (6-3) .975
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • #1 Blazers suspend two for upcoming game
  • TCU has a chance to prove its worth vs Longhorns
  • Pac 12 North hits the last stretch
  • Bowling Green/Kent State up for battle with title on the line
  • Big East division races still no clear picture with just weeks remaining
  • Oklahoma State and Texas Tech face off to keep pace with Sooners in Big 12 south
  • Ole Miss heads to Birmingham and a date with destiny
  • Buckeyes look to ride momentum into Champagne on Saturday
  • The Ducks try to bounce back against the Rogers led Bears
  • Boise back in the top 25 and can Clinch a birth in the MWC championship game with win over Nevada
  • Hawkeye's no Purdue is game after their upset of Wisconsin last week
  • SC can clinch a share of the Pac-12 South with a win over Utah
AP Top 25
RKTEAMRECORDPTS
1UAB (40)9-01500
2Illinois (22)
9-01432
3Georgia Tech (3)
9-01380
4Iowa9-11326
5Auburn
7-3
1230
6Florida7-2
1217
7Alabama8-1
1075
8Oregon8-11071
9LSU6-3
1000
10Oklahoma7-2
880
11TCU8-1
867
12Ole Miss
7-2
767
13Georgia7-2756
14Michigan7-2706
15Ohio State
7-2676
16California7-3
629
17Texas7-2583
18Wisconsin7-2564
19Stanford7-3
402
20USC7-2381
21Purdue6-3
320
22Oklahoma State
6-3
250
23Washington7-3107
24Boise State
8-2
93
25Miami7-3
68
  • Dropped from rankings: Utah 21, Navy 22, Penn State 23, Michigan State 25
  • Others receiving votes: Penn State, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, UTEP, Navy, Boston College
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 3
4. Chuck Fenton
*****
WR
WISCONSIN
5. Ryan Prince
*****
WR
GEORGIA TECH
6. Alex Petty
*****
ATH
TOP 3
7. Bryan Ashley
*****
WR
WISCONSIN
8. Michael Battle
*****
WR
ALABAMA
9. Jimmy Johnson
*****
WR
Oregon
10. Shane Allen
*****
WR
Notre Dame

HEADLINES:
  • #7 rated qb Carlos Palmer headed to SC
  • Nations top athlete Adam Hickman down to 3
  • Auburn grabs states best back in Marcus McRae rated #3
  • Texas back Albert Holmes rated #11 headed to Arkansas
  • Penn State gets top safety Bernard Berry rated 6th in the country
  • 4 star wr Andrew Miller chooses Georgia over Hurricanes
  • Seminoles get Georgia speedster David Brandt #20 rated wide out
  • Big Terrance Vincent #7 DE headlines the recent commits for Ohio State

Heisman Highlight showcases Ole Miss running back Kevin Reed. In a heartbraking loss to Auburn last week Reed still gained 124 yards on 22 carries. His 1,190 yards on the ground is most in the SEC. He powers Ole Miss's offense with his power gaining 141 yards after contact and his speed breaking for 8 runs of 20 yards or more.
  • 1,190 yards (5th NCAA)
  • 14 rushing touchdowns (T-2nd NCAA)
  • 132.2 yards per game (7th NCAA)
  • 8 runs of 20 or more yards (3rd NCAA)

TOP GAMES FOR WEEK 12

#13 Texas (7-2) at #10 TCU (8-1)
#25 Penn State (6-3) at #17 Wisconsin (7-2)
Texas Tech (6-3) at #22 Oklahoma State (6-3)
#6 Oregon (8-1) at #15 Cal (7-3)
Boise State (8-2) at Nevada (6-3)
#4 Iowa (9-1) at #20 Purdue (6-3)
#12 Ole Miss (7-2) at #1 UAB (9-0)


GAME OF THE WEEK:
#19 Ohio State (7-2) at #2 Illinois (9-0)
BATTLE FOR THE ILLINIBUCK
  • Since losing to Penn State the Buckeye's have ripped off three huge wins including the upsets of Wisconsin and Michigan State. But now they have to hit the road to try and slow down RJ Robinson and a tough Illinois football team who seem to have it all in place. Recent road wins at Purdue and Penn State have sky rocketed the Illini and now they control their own destiny for a Big Ten championship as well as a National Championship. Will the magic of Ohio State continue or will the experienced Illini handle business under the lights.

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Re: "Dragon Breath" A UAB Dynasty (NCAA12)




Thurs Oct 22nd, 2015

THE NATIONS BEST?:
BLAZERS HOPE WEEK FULL OF DISTRACTIONS DONT INTERFERE WITH PREPARATIONS FOR #12 OLE MISS:



Matt Gatewood breaking a pass up earlier this season. His 10 pass break ups lead the SEC. He is one of two Blazers suspended for the upcoming game vs Ole Miss

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Controversy sells and in UAB's case they hope it's not a negative effect. True Freshmen defensive end Scott Gaither and Rs- Freshmen cornerback Matt Gatewood were suspended for this weekend's game against Ole Miss for being cited with under age drinking. "Sometimes you wish these kids looked at the bigger picture." A somber head coach said on Monday answering questions to a tweet Gatewood put out late Saturday night that read:
" Ole Miss just got that a** tapped. I can drink to that. Them boys aint ready for us"
Gaither would later tweet about their actions at the party.
" On that liquid courage right now with Wood after watching both Bama and Ole Miss, #LoveIt #BlazedOut"
Both players would ultimately be one of the 22 kids cited for under age drinking. They both received a one game suspension. Gatewood along with fellow Corner Adam Love are the reason UAB leads the SEC in interceptions. His 10 pass break ups alone lead the SEC as well he was just recently named a semi-finalist for the Jim Thorpe award. Defensive end Scott Gaither is putting together one of the finest season by a freshmen in the SEC conference his 9.5 sacks are second in the conference he's also forced two fumbles he also was named semi-finalist for the Lombardi, Bednarik and Nagurski awards. "Those will be big losses for us. At a time like this when your arguably one of the best teams in the country, the media is gonna be around looking for any story. I just hope this isnt a distraction." The Blazers recently moved to #1 in the BCS, coaches and AP polls after losses by Alabama and Oregon last week. On the brink of winning their 30th home game in a row Rhatigan will need to get the focus going. William Joseph is said to have had a great week and is looking forward to his opportunity. As for the secondary the Blazers are 8 deep and rotate all the times so they feel there wont be a missed beat there.


EASTCONFOVERALL
#1 UAB
6-0
9-0
#11 Georgia
5-2
7-2
#8 Florida
5-2
7-2
Tennessee
2-5
3-6
Vanderbilt
2-5
3-7
South Carolina
2-5
3-7
Clemson
1-5
2-7
WESTCONFOVERALL
#5 Alabama
5-1
8-1
#9 Auburn
6-2
7-3
#12 Ole Miss
4-2
7-2
#16 LSU
3-3
6-3
Texas A&M
2-5
3-5
Arkansas
2-5
4-6
Mississippi State
1-5
2-6






Matchup Preview | November 14, 2015
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#12 Mississippi Rebels
(7-2, Away)

#1 UAB Blazers
(9-0, Home)
Key players
RB K. Reed 14 rush TD
QB A. Dyks 32 pass td's
DL K. Morales 4 sacks
WR M. Ford 11 receiving td's
WR S. Miller 8 receiving td's
CB A. Love 10 Int

| #12 Ole Miss at #1 UAB
PURCHASE TICKETS
(GAME NOTES)
BLAZERS TRY TO LOOK PAST SUSPENSIONS AS THEY READY FOR REBEL'S
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One things for certain, two big time contributors for the Blazers wont be on the field but Ole Miss is also missing a big part and thats quarterback Gary Cameron whose out for the remainder of the season after separating his shoulder vs Auburn a week ago. Back up Drew Coleman will have to come into Legion field and do the unthinkable. He has weapons and hes, believe it or not the #3 rated defense in the land. Heisman hopeful Kevin Reed will need touches early and often against this swarming defense, if they watched any film early ground success hurts the Blazers and with defensive end Scott Gaither out this could be very helpful. Steve harris and Steve Miller can stretch the field for Ole Miss Coleman will need to try and take advantage of that. For UAB they fill like there isnt a missed beat. William Joseph a freshmen will replace Gaither and all conference corner Harvey Nelson will fill right in for Gatewood. But UAB needs to focus its attention on pressureing Coleman, Auburn had great success rattling him and if anyone can do that Timi McCollum can. Its the first 8pm kickoff at UAB in two years expect a rowdy Legion field crowd looking for their 30th straight home win.


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