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Old 03-14-2009, 10:48 PM   #1
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Playmakers Rivals.com NCAA 09/10 Alumni Rosters

This is the download link for NCAA 09 Alumi roster file which has 40+ teams fully re-rated with depth charts assigned.

http://www.sendspace.com/file/t7ijya

If you have EA Locker you can also retrieve the files from GT ea09sports for NCAA 09 file or GT playmakers1970 for NCAA 10 file.

Some interesting articles and research threads will be posted throughout the thread for each school created.

You'll find a lisiting of some of the GREATEST COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYMAKERS ever within this link if your a college football history fanactic like myself
http://cfn.scout.com/2/561921.html

I've been doing these particular type of rosters the last 3 years and with NCAA 09/10 being a great games especially post patch release I feel these rosters will help the game play even more because of the added overall awareness and skill ratings of the players I've edited.

These are "Alumni rosters" not "Classic rosters" because I feel these type of rosters take better advantage of Dynasty mode giving each team more players from this current era of football mixed with a few old school legends only.

On the file it'll include the following

1). 40+ teams from the Major Conferences (SEC, BIG 10, BIG 12, BIG EAST, PAC 10 and ACC) Plus a few smaller programs

2). Players Re-Rated based on ratings from Madden 04 through Madden 10 on all current NFL Players today

3). Individual Team Specific Playbooks (Offense/Defense) to fit that era of of Football with Adjusted Run/Pass Rations assigned to take advantage of each school's rosters created by me.

** Note there will be no assigned Spread Offenses. Passing attack teams like BYU from that Era will utilize West Coast system only.

4). Old School Players will be assigned DNA ratings based on Current players who they most likley resemble to me.

Example:
Troy Aikman would equal Carson Palmer DNA

Barry Sanders would equal Reggie Bush DNA

OJ Simpson would equal Adrian Peterson DNA

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SEC ALUMNI ROSTER SECTION

Sports Illustrated's All Time SEC Team

In honor of the 75th year of SEC Football, Sports Illustrated released its All Time SEC Team in a special, limited-edition commemorative magazine. In addition to the team, the issue also looks at the early years, features some of the greatest players in conference history, and looks back some of the SEC schools that graced the cover of the magazine.

OFFENSE
QB - Danny Wuerffel, Florida 1993 - 96
RB - Herschel Walker, Georgia 1980 - 82
RB - Bo Jackson, Auburn 1982 - 85
WR- Josh Reed, LSU 1999 - 2001
WR - Ike Hilliard, Florida 1994 - 96
TE - Ozzie Newsome, Alabama 1974 - 77
OL - John Hannah, Alabama 1970 - 72
OL - Chris Samuels, Alabama 1996 - 99
OL - Bob Gain, Kentucky 1947 - 50
OL - Shawn Andrews, Arkansas 2001 - 03
OL - Frank Kinard, Mississippi 1934 - 35
PK - Kevin Butler, Georgia 1981 - 84


DEFENSE
DL - Reggie White, Tennessee 1980 - 83
DL - Tracy Rocker, Auburn 1985 - 88
DL - Lou Michaels, Kentucky 1955 - 57
DL - David Pollack, Georgia 2001 - 04
LB - Cornelius Bennett, Alabama 1983 - 86
LB - Lee Roy Jordan, Alabama 1960 - 62
LB - Derrick Thomas, Alabama 1985 - 88
CB - Tommy Casanova, LSU 1969 - 71
CB - Antonio Langham, Alabama 1990 - 93
S - Terry Hoage, Georgia 1980 - 83
S - Tucker Frederickson, Auburn 1962 - 64

SPECIAL TEAMS
P - Ricky Anderson, Vanderbilt 1981 - 84
PR - Billy Cannon, LSU 1957 -59
KR - Willie Gault, Tennessee 1979 - 82

COACH
Paul Bryant, Kentucky 1946 - 53, Alabama '58 - 82

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ALABAMA TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Alabama
Offense-Balanced-(Run-75%/Pass-25%)
Defense-4-3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555928
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
JOE NAMATH
Led the Crimson Tide to the National Championship in 1964. With Namath as QB, Alabama went 29-4. The Tide's legendary coach, Bear Bryant, named him the greatest athlete he had ever coached.

DERRICK THOMAS
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/foo...mas_alabama_ap
Was a unanimous All-America choice in 1988. … Butkus Award winner in 1988. … Selected to the Tide's Team of the Century. … 52 sacks are 27 more than the next best total on Alabama's career list. Of all the greats who have played the position at Alabama, none dominated a game the way Thomas did.

DON MCNEIL
He was a three-year starter on teams that compiled a record of 34-2. He was a member of two consecutive National Championship teams for the Crimson Tide (1978 and 1979) and earned All-America.

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/4...-football-team
http://blog.al.com/huntsville-times-...bama_foot.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOZ7b...eature=related C.Bennett
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICkQWWRgapM&NR=1 Barry Krauss

OFFENSE
QB-#12 Joe Namath-(Sr), #16 Ken "Snake" Stabler-(Sr), #7 Jay Barker-(Jr), #18 Brodie Croyle-(Fr)
RB-#26 Bobby Humphrey-(Sr), #27 Tony Nathan-(Sr), #37 Shaun Alexander-(Jr), #20 Sherman Williams-(Jr), #21 Shaud Williams-(So), #34 Kenneth Darby-(Fr)
FB-#80 Wilbur Jackson-(Sr), #33 LeRon McClain-(Fr)
WR-#14 Don Hutson-(Sr), #88 Ray Perkins-(Sr), #2 David Palmer-(Jr), #81 Jason McAddley-(So), #15 Freddie Milons-(So), #84 Triandos Luke-(So), #22 D.J. Hall-(Fr)
TE-#82 Ozzie Newsome-(Sr), #89 Howard Cross-(Sr), #38 Patrick Hape-(Jr), #83 Terry Jones Jr-(So),
OT-#71 Charley Hannah-(Sr), #60 Chris Samuels-(Jr), #65 Dante Ellington-(So), #70 Wesley Britt-(So)
OG-#73 John "Hog" Hannah-(Sr/Capt), #77 Billy Neighbors-(Sr) #76 Justin Smiley-(So), #51 Evan Mathis-(So)
C-#57 Dwight Stephenson-(Sr), #58 Alonzo Ephraim-(So), #74 Paul Hogan-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#86 Keith McCants-(Sr), #39 E.J. Junior-(Sr), #94 John Copeland-(Jr), #75 Eric Curry-(Jr), #98 Antwan Odom-(So), #92 Mark Anderson-(Fr)
DT-#78 John Hand-(Sr), #93 Marty Lyons-(Sr), #55 Cornelius Griffin-(Jr), #91 Michael Myers-(Jr), #96 Jarrett Johnson-(So), #52 Kendal Moorehead-(So), #90 Kenny Smith-(So)
OLB-#55 Derrick Thomas-(Sr), #97 Cornelius Bennett-(Sr), #47 Woodrow Lowe-(Sr), #87 Dwayne Rudd-(Jr), #11 Saleem Rasheed-(So), #35 DeMeco Ryans-(Fr)
MLB-#54 Lee Roy Jordan-(Sr), #56 Lemanski Hall-(Jr), #6 Derrick Pope-(So)
CB-#28 Don McNeil-(Sr/Capt), #19 Jeremiah Castille-(Sr), #43 Antonio Langham-(Jr), #25 Fernando Bryant-(Jr), #29 DeShea Townsend-(Jr), #9 Anthony Madison-(Fr)
FS-#13 George Teague-(Jr), #41 Roman Harper-(Fr)
SS-#23 Sam Shade-(Jr), #24 Tony Dixon-(So), #36 Charlie Pepprah-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#3 Van Tiffin-(Sr)
P-#1 Chris Mohr-(Jr)
KOS-Mohr
PR/KR-David Palmer
LS-Patrick Hape
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ARKANSAS TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Arkansas
Offense-Option Run-(Run-75%/Pass-25%)
Defense-4-3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555849
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
DAN "ANIMAL" HAMPTON
As a senior Hampton was All-America logged 98 tackles and recorded 18 quarterback sacks. He was also named the Southwest Conference Defensive Player of the Year in 1978. He was also a member of the Razorback All-Decade team of the 1970s.

BILLY RAY SMITH JR
Two time unanimous All-American selection ('81 & '82)...All-SWC in 1981 & 1982...Defensive Player of the Game in the 1980 Hall of Fame Bowl...had 299 tackles in his career, 63 for a loss of yards..

STEVE ATWATER
Was named to the All-Southwest Conference team three times and named as an All-American twice. During his NFL career, Atwater was selected to the Pro Bowl eight times.

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.hognation.net/football/crhistory.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categor...otball_players
http://www.arkansasrazorbacks.com/Vi...CLID=204879709

OFFENSE
QB-#12 Joe Ferguson-(Sr), #4 Quinn Grovey-(Jr), #14 Clint Stoener-(Jr),#9 Matt Jones
RB-#43 Gary Anderson-(Sr), #30 Bobby Joe Edmonds-(Sr), #18 Barry Foster-(Jr), #24 Madre Hill-(Jr), #34 Cedric Cobbs-(So), #5 Darren McFadden-(Fr), #25 Felix Jones-(Fr)
FB-#35 James Rouse-(Jr), #26 Chrys Chukuwuma-(So)
WR-#19 Lance "Bambi" Alworth-(Sr), #84 Bobby Duckworth--(Sr), #83 Bobby Crockett-(Sr), #80 Anthony Lucas-(Jr), #82 Anthony Eubanks-(Jr), #8 George Wilson-(So), #85 Marcus Monk-(Fr)
TE-#89 Kirk Botkin-(Jr), #81 Joe Dean Davenport-(Jr), #23 Boo Williams-(So), #86 Jason Peters-(So/OL)
OT-#78 Greg Koch-(Sr), #62 Freddie Childress-(Sr), #63 Bobbie Williams-(Jr), #73 Shawn Andrews, #66 Tony Ugoh-(Fr)
OG-#71 Steve Korte-(Sr), #72 Leotis Harris-(Sr), #77 Brandon Burlsworth-(Jr), #68 Isaac Davis-(Jr)
C-#69 RC Thielemann-(Sr/Captain), #53 Josh Melton-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#94 Dan "Animal" Hampton-(Sr), #75 Steve Conley-(Jr), #97 Ray Lee Johnson-(Jr), #55 Carlos Hall-(So), #15 Jeb Huckeba-(So), #92 Jamaal Anderson-(Fr)
DT-#74 Billy Ray Smith Sr-(Sr), #90 Wayne Martin-(Sr), #96 Henry Ford-(Jr), #41 Melvin Bradley-(Jr), #56 Marcus Harrison-(Fr), #98 Keith Jackson Jr-(Fr)
OLB-#87 Billy Ray Smith Jr-(Sr), #45 Ronnie Caveness-(Sr), #46 Darwin Ireland-(Jr), #22 Tony Bua-(So), #58 Caleb Miller-(So)
MLB-#57 Dennis "Dirt" Winston-(Sr), #49 J J Jones-(So), #52Quinton Caver-(So), #40 Jermaine Petty-(So)
CB-#31 Danny Walters-(Sr), #36 David Barrett-(Jr), #16 Carl Kidd-(Jr), #3 Orlando Watter-(Jr), #1 Ahmad Carroll-(So), #2 Chris Houston-(Fr)
FS-#39 Greg Lasker-(Sr), #6 Ken Hamlin-(So)
SS-#27 Steve Atwater-(Sr/Captain), #28 Kenoy Kennedy-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#88 Pat Summerall-(Sr), #10 Kendall Trainor-(Jr)
P-#17 Steve Cox-(Sr)
KOS-Cox
KR/PR-Edmonds/Anderson
LS-Thielemann
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AUBURN TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Auburn
Offense-Balanced-(Run-68%/Pass-32%)
Defense-4-3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555917
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
BO JACKSON
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhmUH...eature=related
1985 Heisman Trophy winner. … Auburn's career rushing and scoring leader. … Consensus All-American in 1983 and '85. … Three-time All-SEC. … Only Auburn and third SEC back to rush for more than 4,000 career yards. Jackson was arguably the greatest running back and overall athlete to play college football.

TERRY BEASLEY
Regarded by many was one of the greatest split ends of all-time. A unanimous All-America selection in 1971, Beasley currently ranks first on the All-Time Auburn list in career receiving yards (2,507), touchdowns receptions (29), career 100-yard receiving games (12) and ranks first and second in touchdowns caught in a season with 12 and 11.

TRACY ROCKER
http://www.blinkx.com/video/auburn-d...0H966_QCvRdOSQ
A two-time All-American and a three-time All-SEC selection as a player at Auburn, Rocker captured both the Outland Trophy (nation’s top interior lineman) and the Lombardi Trophy (nation’s top lineman) in his senior season with the Tigers.

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALtZdm2Z17Y
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/colleges/auburn/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categor...otball_players

OFFENSE
QB-#7 Pat Sullivan-(Sr), #12 Jimmy Sidle-(Sr), #16 Dameyune Craig-(Jr), #17 Jason Campbell-(So)
RB-#34 Bo Jackson-(Sr), #20 Joe Cribbs-(Sr), #22 Brent Fullwood-(Sr), #48 Stephen Davis-(Jr), #32 Rudi Johnson-(So), #24 Cadillac Williams-(So), #23 Ronnie Brown-(So), #33 Kenny Irons-(Fr)
FB-#28 Tucker Fredrickson-(Sr), #31 William Andrews-(Sr), #40 Fred Beasley-(Jr), #44 Heath Evans-(So)
WR-#88 Terry Beasley-(Sr/Capt), #85 Lawyer Tillman-(Sr), #81 Frank Sanders-(Jr), #89 Karsten Bailey-(Jr), #2 Tim Carter-(So), #1 Devin Aromashodu-(Fr), #82 Ben Obomanu-(Fr), #80 Courtney Taylor-(Fr)
TE-#84 Ed West-(Sr), #86 Walter Reeves-(Sr), #87 Robert Johnson-(So)
OT-#77 Wayne Gandy-(Jr), #71 Willie Anderson-(Jr), #78 Victor Riley-(Jr), #73 Marcus McNeil-(Fr)
OG-#68 Keith Ueker-(Sr), #72 Jeno James-(Jr), #67 Ed King-(Jr), #61 Kendall Simmons-(So), #69 Ben Grubbs-(Fr)
C#55 Ben Tamburello-(Sr), #62 Chris Gray-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#93 Audry Bruce-(Sr), #95 David Rocker-(Jr), #92 Reggie Torbor-(So), #75 Stanley McClover-(Fr), #54 Quentin Groves-(Fr)
DT-#74 Tracy Rocker-(Sr), #99 Gary Walker-(Jr), #96 Kimmy Brumbaugh-(Jr), #83 Jay Ratliff-(So), #53 Spencer Johnson-(So), #94 Pat Sims-(Fr)
OLB-#91 Kevin Greene-(Sr/Capt), #56 Greg Carr-(Sr), #58 Marcus Washington-(Jr), #11 Karlos Dansby-(So), #35 Will Herring-(So)
MLB-#51 Takeo Spikes-(Jr), #52 Dontarrious Thomas-(So)
CB-#28 Larry Willingham-(Sr), #14 Carlos Rodgers-(So), #6 Roderick Hood-(So), #10 Patrick Lee-(Fr), #4 David Irons Jr-(Fr), #25 Jonathan Willhite-(Fr)
FS-#42 Mike Fuller-(Sr), #5 Travaris Robinson-(So), #3 Junior Rosegreen-(So)
SS-#8 Bobby Hunt-(Sr), #26 Kevin Porter-(Sr)

Special Teams
K-#19 Damon Duval-(So)
P-#38 Terry Daniel-(Jr)
KOS-Duval
PR/KR-Tim Carter/Mike Fuller
LS-Tamburello
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FLORIDA TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Florida
Offense-West Coast-(Run-65%/Pass-35%)
Defese-4-3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555908
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
STEVE SPURRIER
He was a two-time All-American and is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame as a player. He is best known for winning the Heisman Trophy in 1966.

WES CHANDLER
During his career with the Gators, he caught 92 passes for 1,963 yards and a (then) school record 22 touchdowns in a run-oriented offense, adding 6 more scores on rushes and kick returns. Chandler was a College Football All-America Team selection in 1976 and 1977 and is widely considered to be one of the best football players to ever play at the University of Florida [1], having been named to several all-time school and all-Southeastern Conference teams.

LOMAS BROWN
Played college football at the University of Florida in the early 1980s, where he anchored what was dubbed "The Great Wall of Florida" in 1984.

WILBER MARSHALL
http://www.gatorzone.com/story_enlarge.php?id=14438
Voted Florida's defensive player of the century, Marshall was a three-time first-team All-SEC selection and a two-time All-America. He still holds a school record for career tackles for loss with 58.

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.peoplequiz.com/quizzes-718.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categor...otball_players

OFFENSE
QB-#11 Steve Spurrier-(Sr/P), #7 Danny Wuerffel-(Jr), #8 Rex Grossman-(So), #12 Chris Leak-(Fr)
RB-#22 Emmitt Smith-(Sr), #27 Neal Anderson-(Sr), #33 Erric Rhett-(Jr), #21 Fred Taylor-(Jr), #30 Ernest Graham-(So), #44 Ciatrick Fason-(So)
FB-#32 John L Williams-(Sr), #27 Terry Jackson-(Jr)
WR-#83 Wes Chandler-(Sr), #80 Chris Collinsworth-(Sr), #5 Jacquez Green-(Jr), #15 Reidel Anthony-(Jr), #19 Ike Hilliard-(Jr), #10 Jabar Gaffney-(So), #17 Reche Caldwell-(So), #81 Chad Jackson-(So), #6 Taylor Jacobs-(So), #16 Andre Caldwell-(Fr)
TE-#89 Errin Kinney-(Jr), #82 Aaron Walker-(So), #84 Ben Troupe-(So)
OT-#75 Lomas Brown-(Sr), #73 David Williams-(Jr), #78 Kenyatta Walker-(Jr), #71 Mike Pearson-(So), #77 Max Starks-(So)
OG-#74 Jeff Zimmerman-(Sr), #79 Mo Collins-(Jr), #69 Zach Piller-(Jr), #63 Shannon Snell-(So)
C-#60 Jeff Mitchell-(Jr) #68 Mike Degory-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#85 Jack Youngblood-(Sr), #57 Kevin Carter-(Jr), #13 Alex Brown-(So), #59 Bobby McCray-(So), #91 Derrick Harvey-(Fr), #94 Jarvis Moss-(Fr)
DT-#50 Brad Culpepper-(Sr), #61 Ellis Johnson-(Jr), #62 Gerrard Warren-(Jr), #92 Reggie McGrew-(Jr), #99 Ian Scott-(So), #95 Ray McDonald-(95)
OLB-#88 Wilbur Marshall-(Sr), #42 Jevon "The Freak" Kearse-(Jr), #29 Mike Peterson-(Jr), #55 Channing Crowder-(So)
MLB-#51 David Little-(Sr), #58 Johhny Rutledge-(Jr), #45 Andre Davis-(Jr), #40 Brandon Siler-(Fr)
CB-#28 Jimmy Spencer-(Sr), #24 Fred Weary-(Jr), #3 Lito Sheppard-(So), #2 Keiwan Ratliff-(So), #35 Reynaldo Hill-(So), #14 Dee Webb-(Fr)
FS-#26 Jarvis Williams-(Sr), #1 Reggie Nelson-(Fr)
SS-#18 Louis Oliver-(Sr), #4 Lawrence Wright-(Jr), #23 Todd Johnson-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#9 Judd Davis-(Jr), #49 Jeff Chandler-(So)
P-Spurrier
KOS-Chandler
PR/KR-Chandler/Jacquez Green
LS-Degory
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GEORGIA TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Georgia
Offense-Balanced-(Run-77%/Pass-23%)
Defense-4-3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555906
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
FRAN TARKENTON
http://www.onlineathens.com/dogbytes...enton_02.shtml

Herschel Walker
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Nc2XsimM90
1982 Heisman Trophy winner. … Holds 11 NCAA Records, 16 SEC records, and 41 Georgia records. … 1,891 rushing yards in 1981 remain conference single-season record. Walker is the main man in UGA football history. A Heisman trophy, three time all-American, and a national championship as a freshman.

RICHARD SEYMOUR
Was a four-year letterman at Georgia (1997-2000) who played in 41 games for the Bulldogs, starting 25. He finished his career with 223 tackles (106 solos), nine-and-a-half sacks, 25.5 tackles for losses and 35 quarterback pressures.

MO LEWIS

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS

OFFENSE
QB-#10 Fran Tarkenton-(Sr), #15 Eric Zier-(Jr), #17 Quincy Carter-(Jr), #12 David Greene-(So), #3 DJ Shockley-(Fr)
RB-#34 Herschel Walker_(Sr), #62 Charley Trippi-(Sr), #5 Garrison Hearst-(Jr), #33 Terrell Davis-(Jr), #49 Robert Edwards, #32 Musa Smith-(So)
FB-#7 Rodney Hampton-(Jr), #38 Mack Strong-(Jr), #35 Verron Haynes-(So)
WR-#24 Lindsey Scott-(Sr/Capt), #19 Hines Ward-(Jr), #1 Andre Hastings-(Jr), #8 Terrence Edwards-(So), #82 Fred Gibson-(So), #11 Reggie Brown-(So)
TE-#84 Clarence Kay-(Sr), #86 Randy McMichaels-(So), #89 Ben Watson-(So), #81 Leonard Pope-(Fr)
OT-#73 Bernard Williams-(Jr), #68 Chris Terry-(Jr), #79 Matt Stinchomb-(Jr), #78 John Stinchcomb-(So), #71 George Foster-(So)
OG-#64 Guy McIntyre-(Sr), #70 Adam Meadowns-(Jr), #75 Jonas Jennings-(70), #74 Max Jean-Giles-(Fr)
C-#53 Ray Donaldson-(Sr), #50 Tommy Lyons-(Sr)

DEFENSE
DE-#77 Bill Stanfill-(Sr), #90 Freddie Gilbert-(Sr), #98 Phillip Daniels-(Jr), #92 Charles Grant-(Jr), #47 David Pollack-(So), #87 Robert Geathers-(So), #91 Charles Johnson-(Fr), #94 Quentin Moses-(Fr)
DT-#95 Jason Ferguson-(Jr), #93 Richard Seymour, #99 Marcus Stroud-(Jr), #59 Jonathan Sullivan-(So), #97 Kendrick Gholston-(Fr)
OLB-#42 Randall Godfrey-(Jr), #56 Orantes Grant-(Jr), #54 Will Witherspoon-(So), #45 Boss Bailey-(So)
MLB-#57 Moe Lewis-(JR), #37 Kendrell Bell-(So), #36 Odell Thurman-(So)
CB-#18 Scott Woerner-(Sr), #4 Champ Bailey-(Jr/Wr/Capt), #20 Jamie Henderson-(Jr), #2 Tim Wansley-(Jr), #23 Tim Jennings-(Fr)
FS-#13 Jake Scott-(Sr), #6 Sean Jones-(So), #16 Greg Blue-(Fr)
SS-#14 Terry Hoage-(Sr), #28 Jermaine Phillips-(Jr), #9 Thomas Davis-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#25 Kevin Butler-(Sr), #96 Brandon Coutu-(Fr)
P-Trippi
PR/KR-Champ Bailey/Trippi
LS-Lyons
KOS-Coutu

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I would be very interested in this roster set. There are a lot of good names with it.

I'd be interested in what players would be on the Big 12 teams, espcially Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.

Can't wait to have the final product.

What Gamertag would this be under when completed?

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SEC CONTINUE

SEC FOOTBALL LEGENDS
http://www.secsports.com/news/2009-s...l-legends.aspx

LSU TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-LSU
Offense-Balanced-(Run-68%/Pass-32%)
Defense-3-4

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555896
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
YA TITTLE
http://www.helmethut.com/College/LSU/LAXLSU4755B.html

BILLY CANNON
http://www.blinkx.com/video/billy-ca...8y8F22QlxJlGmA
The punt return that still reverberates in Bayou land made Cannon more than just the 1959 Heisman Trophy winner – it made him a legend.

ALAN FANECA
In 1996 he was selected as a second-team All-American. He was one of three finalists for 1997 Outland Trophy won by Nebraska’s Aaron Taylor He started his last 36 games at LSU and allowed only one sack in his last season. He had 210 pancake blocks in his collegiate career.

AJ DUHE

LEONARD MARSHALL
http://www.tigerrag.com/?p=1481

TOMMY CASANOVA
He did it all as a running back, kick returner, punt returner and defensive back.

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/4...-football-team LSU All-Time Team article
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/colleges/lsu/

OFFENSE
QB-#7 Bert Jones-(Sr), #25 YA Tittle-(Sr), #12 Tommy Hodson-(Sr), #6 Rohan Davey-(Jr), #4 JaMarcus Russell-(Fr)
RB-#20 Billy Cannon-(Sr), #21 Dalton Hilliard-(Sr), #3 Kevin Faulk-(Jr), #31 Domanick Davis-(So), #10 Joseph Addai-(So), #22 LaBrandon Toefield-(So)
FB-#42 Jim Taylor-(Sr), #18 Jacob Hester-(Fr)
WR-#41 Eric Martin-(Sr/Capt), #82 Wendell Davis-(Sr), #2 Eddie Kennison-(Jr), #14 Mark Clayton-(So), #35 Josh Reed-(So), #9 Devery Henderson-(So), #5 Skyler Green-(Fr), #80 Dwayne Bowe-(Fr), #19 Early Doucet-(Fr)
TE-#89 Billy Truax-(Sr), #47 David LaFleur-(Jr), #88 Robert Royal-(Jr)
OT-#75 Lance Smith-(Sr), #78 Remi Prudhomme-(Sr), #68 Brandon Winey-(Jr), #76 Andrew Whitworth-(So)
OG-#65 Eric Andolsek-(Sr), #66 Alan Faneca-(Jr), #74 Todd McClure-(Jr), #64 Stephen Peterman-(So)
C-#56 Nacho Albergamo-(Sr), #52 Kevin Mawae-(Jr), #55 Ben Wilkerson-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#70 Leonard Marshall-(Sr), #92 AJ Duhe-(Sr), #96 Gabe Northern-(Jr), #84 Jarvis Green-(Jr), #98 Chuck Wiley-(Jr), #79 Kenny Mixon-(Jr), #84 Marcus Spears-(So), #87 Marques Hill-(So)
DT-#95 Henry Thomas-(Sr), #94 Booger McFarland-(Jr), #93 Chad Lavalais-(So), #99 Claude Wroten-(So), #91 Kyle Williams-(So), #72 Glen Dorsey-(Fr)
OLB-#54 Eric Hill-(Sr), #58 Michael Brooks-(Sr), #27 Erick Alexander-(So), #17 Ali Highsmith-(Fr)
MLB-#60 Roy "Moonie" Winston-(Sr/Capt), #11 Bradie James-(So), #44 Trev Faulk-(So)
CB-#29 Mike Williams-(Sr), #28 Tory James-(Jr), #8 Mark Roman-(Jr), #13 Cory Webster-(So), #1 Fred Booker-(So), #24 Travis Daniels-(So), #16 Randal Gay-(Fr)
FS-#37 Tommy Casanova-(Sr), #23 Ryan Clark-(So)
SS-#34 Johnny Robinson-(Sr), #30 LaRon Landry-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-Tittle
P-#81 Donnie Jones-(So)
LS-Albergamo
KOS-Tittle
KR/PR-Cannon/Faulk
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OLE MISS
Playbook-Ole Miss
Offense-Balanced-(Run Balanced-58%/Pass-42%)
Defense-3-4

http://collegefootball.rivals.com/co...asp?CID=555879
IMPACT PLAYERS/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
ARCHIE MANNING
http://www.oxfordmississippi.com/wp-...cover-1970.jpg
He is the only player to have his #18 jersey retired at Ole Miss. He still holds the Ole Miss record for total career touchdowns at 56. He also ran for 823 yards and threw for 4,753 and scored 14 touchdowns.

CHARLIE CONERLY
http://www2.nemcc.edu/mspeople/charlie_conerly.htm

TODD WADE
He started 32 of the 44 games in which he played during his career, including starts in each of his final 32 collegiate games. He also opened all 11 contests at right tackle his senior season and was a first-team All-SEC choice and a second-team All-America selection.

BEN WILLIAMS
http://www.buffalorumblings.com/2009...s-no-48-de-ben
He played for the Rebels from 1972-1975, earning All-SEC honors three times and All-American status in 1975, but his biggest contribution was of more historical significance.

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.chuckymullins.com/
http://www.olemisssports.com/ViewArt...ATCLID=1614481

OFFENSE
QB-#18 Archie Manning-(Sr), #7 John Fourcade-(Sr), #11 Romaro Miller-(Jr), #10 Eli Manning-(So), #16 Michael Spurlock-(So)
RB-#42 Charlie Conerly-(Sr/QB), #21 Buford McGee-(Sr), #24 Randy Baldwin-(Sr), #22 Deuce McAllister-(Jr), #20 John Avery-(Jr), #6 BenJarvus Green Ellis-(Fr)
FB-#41 Charles Flowers-(Sr), #43 Charles Stackhouse-(So)
WR-#89 Barney Poole-(Sr), #87 Willie Green-(Sr), #88 Roell Preston-(Jr), #1 Mike Espy-(S0), #8 Chris Collins-(So), #2 Mike Wallace-(Fr)
TE-#80 Wesley Walls-(Sr), #44 Johnny Brewer-(Sr/DE), #81 Tyji Armstrong-(Jr), #86 Chris Mangum-(Jr), #9 Rufus French-(Jr)
OT-#71 Todd Wade-(Jr), #75 Tutan Reyes-(Jr), #58 Belton Johnson-(So), #76 Stacey Andrews-(So), #74 Michael Oher-(Fr)
OG-#64 Everett Lindsey-(Jr/Capt), #62 Terrence Metcalf-(Jr), #68 Keydrick Vincent-(Jr), #72 Marcus Johnson-(So), #70 Tre Stallings-(So)
C-#55 Ben Claxton-(So), #73 Chris Spencer-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#77 Ben Williams-(Sr), #67 Stan Hindman-(Sr), #61 Andre Townsend-(Sr), #56Derrick Burgess, #92 Jayme Mitchell-(So), #85 Charlie Anderson-(So)
DT-#78 Big Jim Dunaway-(Sr) #95 Tim Bowens-(Jr), #93 Kelvin Pritchett-(Sr), #96Norman Hand-(Jr), #94 Kendrick Clancy-(Jr), #98 Peria Jerry-(Fr)
OLB-#90 Tony Bennett, #53 Freddie Joe Nunn-(Sr), #60 Larry Grantham-(Sr), #38Chucky Mullins-(Sr), #51 Nate Wayne-(Jr)
MLB-#66 Jeff Herrod-(Sr), #25 Frank "Bruiser" Kinnard-(Sr/Capt), #4 Armegis Spearman-(Jr), #49 Patrick Willis-(Fr)
CB-#45 Barry Wilburn-(Sr), #27 Stevon Moore-(Sr), #12 Ken Lucas-(Jr), #23 Alundis Brice-(Jr), #5 Von Hutchins-(So), #3 Trumaine McBirde-(Fr)
FS-#28 Jimmy Patton-(Sr), #26 Eric Oliver-(So)
SS-#32 Ronnie Heard-(Jr), #13 Jamarca Sanford-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#99 Robert Khayat-(Sr/P), #86 Jonathan Nichols-(So)
P-None
KOS-Nichols
LS-Chris Mangum
KR/PR-Avery/Roell
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SOUTH CAROLINA TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-SOUT CAROLINA
Offense-Balanced-(Run-72%/Pass-28%)
Defense-4-3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555872
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
GEORGE RODGERS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2Lnh...eature=related

STERLING SHARPE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlmEd...eature=related

JOHN ABRAHAM
He amassed 23.5 sacks, ranking second on South Carolina's career list, and was named an all-SEC first-team player.

GERALD DIXON

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categor...otball_players

OFFENSE
QB-#9 Todd Ellis-(Sr), #19 Steve "Crazy" Taneyhill-(Jr), #1 Anthony Wright-(Jr), #5 Dondrial Pinkins-(So)
RB-#38 George Rodgers-(Sr), #28 Harold Green-(Sr), #37 Steve "Caddy" Wadiak-(Sr), #22 Deuce Staley-(Jr), #29 Brandon Bennett-(Jr), #21 Ryann Brewer-(So)
FB-#30 Kevin Long-(Sr), #39 Stanley Pritchett-(Jr), #31 Rob Deboer-(Jr), #44 Andrew Pinnock-(So)
WR-#2 Sterling Sharpe-(Sr/Capt), #49 Robert Brooks-(Jr), #88 Marcus Robinson-(Jr), #16 Zola Davis-(Jr), #18 Troy Williamson-(So), #4 Sidney Rice-(Fr)
TE-#47 Willie Scott-(Sr), #89 Jay Saldi-(Sr), #82 James Atdkinson-(So)
OT-#60 Ike Harris-(Sr), #68 James Dexter-(Jr), #65 Ernest Dye-(Jr), #69 Travele Wharton-(So), #73 NaShan Goddard-(So)
OG-#66 Steve Courson-(Sr), #61 Sam DeLuca-(Sr), #62 Matt Campbell-(Jr), #79 Jamar Nesbit-(Jr), #72 Melvin Paige-(So)
C-#67 Darell Austin-(Sr), #50 Leonard Burton-(Sr), #62 Chris White-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#95 John Abraham-(Jr), ##55 Kalimba Edwards-(So), #92 George Gause-(So), #91 John Stamper-(So), #90 Moe Thompson-(Fr)
DT-#70 Andrew Provence-(Sr), #94 Henry Taylor-(Jr), #63 Cleveland Pinkney-(Jr), #98 Shaun Smith-(So), #59 Darrell Shropshire-(So), #57 Langston Moore-(So)
OLB-#99 Gerald Dixon-(Sr), #33 Corey Miller-(Sr), #54 Darren Hambrick-(Jr), #11 Rod Wilson-(So)
MLB-#53 Tom Addison-(Sr), #56 Ernest Dixon-(Jr), #48 Lance Laury-(So)
CB-#20 Bobby Brynat-(Sr), #25 Ric Sanford-(Sr), #24 Sheldon Brown-(Jr), #23 Terry Cousin-(Jr), #35 Andre Goodman-(Jr), #32 Dunta Robinson-(So), #6 Jonathan Joseph-(Fr), #3 Fred Bennett-(Fr)
FS-#43 Dickie Harris-(Sr), #27 Brad Edwards-(sr), #10 Ko Simpkins-(Fr)
SS-#12 Auturo Freeman-(Jr), #34 Willie Offord-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#8 Colin Mackie-(Sr)
P-#14 Max Runager-(Sr)
KOS-Runager
LS-Saldi
KR/PR-Wadiak/Sharpe
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TENNESSEE TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Tennessee
Offense-West Coast-(Run-68%/Pass-32%)
Defense-4-3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555867
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
CHUCK WEBB
http://volsvideos.com/view/83/tennes...uck-webb-day-/

REGGIE WHITE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTi0d...eature=related

AL WILSON
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuycAZlkjSs

CRAIG COLQUIT

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.angelfire.com/ut/superfans/vols.htm
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/4...-football-team

OFFENSE
QB-#7 Condridge Holloway-(Sr), #16 Peyton Manning-(Jr), #21 Heath Shuler-(Jr), #17 Tee Martin-(Jr)
RB-#44 Chuck Webb-(Sr), Reggie Cobb-(Sr), #30 Charlie Garner-(Jr), #31 Jamal Lewis-(Jr), #33 James Stewart-(Jr), #20 Travis Henry-(Jr), #22 Cedric Houston-(So)
FB-#24 Shawn Bryson-(Jr), #28 Troy Fleming-(So)
WR-#12 Stanley Morgan-(Sr/Capt), #88 Tim McGee-(Sr), #83 Andre Miller-(Sr), #26 Willie Gault-(Sr), #15 Carl Pickens-(Jr), #37 Peerles Price-(Jr), #81 Alvin Harper-(Jr), #4 Donte Stallworth-(So), #3 Robert Meacham-(Fr)
TE-#87 David Martin-(Jr), #1 Jason Witten-(So)
OT-#68 Bruce Wilkerson-(Sr), #78 Tim Irwin-(Sr), #79 Chad Clifton-(Jr), #74 Aaron Sears-(Fr)
OG-#76 Harry Galbreath-(Sr), #70 Fred Weary-(Jr), #52 Cosey Coleman-(Jr), #75 Anthony Herrera-(So)
C-#54 Bob Johnson-(Sr), #71 Trey Teague-(Jr), #63 Scott Wells-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#91 Doug Atkins-(Sr), #92 Reggie White-(Sr), #90 Chuck Smith-(Jr), #93 Shawn Ellis-(Jr), #10 Leonard Little-(Jr), #96 Parys Haralson-(96)
DT-#65 Steve De Long-(Sr), #98 John Henderson-(Jr), #58 Darwin Walker-(Jr), #97 Albert Haynesworth-(So), #94 Justin Harrell-(Fr)
OLB-#57 Steve Kiner-(SR), #64 Hacksaw Reynolds-(Sr), #46 Raynoch Thompson-(Jr), #42 Eric Westmorland-(Jr), #2 Kevin Burnett-(So)
MLB-#35 Keith De Long-(Sr), #27 Al Wilson-(Jr), #51 Jerod mayo-(Fr)
CB-#19 Terry McDaniel-(Sr), #14 Roland James-(Sr/Capt), #18 Dale Carter-(Jr), #13 Terry Fair-(Jr), #32 Jason Allen-(So), #5 Jonathan Wade-(Fr)
FS-#25 Eddie Brown-(Sr), #9 Deion Grant-(Jr)
SS-#45 Bobby Majors-(Sr), #40 Bill Bates-(Sr), #8 Gilbril Wilson-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS-
K-#6 Faud Reveiz-(Sr)
P-#38 Craig Colquit-(Sr), #47 Dustin Colquit-(So)
KOS-D.Colquit
LS-Teague
PR/KR-James/Gault

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IOWA
Playbook-Iowa
Offense-Run Balanced-(Run-55%/Pass-45%)
Defense-4/3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555902
IMPACT PLAYERS/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

CHUCK LONG
Long's Iowa teams compiled a 35-13-1 record. He graduated with 10,461 passing yards and 74 touchdowns on 782 completions. He held every passing record at the University of Iowa except one (passes attempted in a game) when he graduated. Long holds the best completion percentage of any college quarterback all-time who has attempted more than 1,000 career passes.

LARRY STATION
http://www.hawkeyesports.com/sports/...043009aad.html
Twenty-three times in his career, Station was credited with 10 or more tackles in a game. He had 20 against Purdue in 1983, 20 against Michigan State in 1985 and 21 against Minnesota in 1984

EMLEN "THE GREMLIN" TUNNELL
http://blackathlete.net/artman2/publ..._printer.shtml

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glpXQ...eature=related Marv Cook
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...defense#page/2
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/9...history#page/2
http://iowa.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1029766 Iowa's All Decade Team
http://www.hawkeyesports.com/sports/...022205aaa.html Reggie Roby

OFFENSE
QB-#16 Chuck Long-(Sr), #25 Randy Duncan-(Sr), #7 Brad Banks-(So), #5 Drew Tate-(Fr)
RB-#24 Nile Kinnick-(Sr/K/Capt), #22 Ronnie Harmon-(Sr), #21Tavian Banks-(Jr), #20 Sedrick Shaw-(Jr), #46 Ladell Betts-(Jr), #2 Fred Russell-(So), #23 Shonn Greene-(Fr)
FB-#43 Nick Bell-(Sr)
WR-#1 Quinn Early-(Sr), #6 Tim Dwight-(Jr), #87 Kevin Kasper-(Jr), #3 Kahlil Hill-(Jr), #88 C.J. Jones-(So), #11 Ed Hinkle-(So)
TE-#84 Marv Cook-(Sr), #44 Dallas Clark-(Jr), #86 Scott Chandler-(So)
OT-#76 John Alt-(Sr), #77 Ron Hallstrom-(Sr), #73 Ross Verba-(Jr), #78 Robert Gallery-(So), #70 Marshal Yanda-(Fr)
OG-#62 Calvin Jones-(Sr), #61 Bob Kratch-(Sr), #68 Mike Goff-(Jr), #56 Eric Steinbach-(So), #75 Seth Olsen-(Fr)
C-#63 Jay Hilgenberg-(Sr), #53 Joel Hilgenberg-(Sr), #60 Casey Weigman-(Jr), #72 Bruce Nelson-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#99 Andre Tippett-(Sr), #8 LeRoy Smith-(Sr), #54 Aaron Kampman-(Jr), #31 Mike Roth-(So), #92 Kenny Iwebema-(Fr)
DT-#71 Alex Karras-(Sr), #64 Mike Wells-(Jr), #94 Jared Devries-(Jr), #45 Jonathan Babineaux-(So), #93 Colin Cole-(So), #90 Jared Clauss-(So), #47 Mitch King-(Fr)
OLB-#36 Larry Station-(Sr/Capt), #59 LeVar Woods-(Jr), #18 Chad Greenway-(So), #52 Abdul Hodge-(So)
MLB-#58 Wally Hilgenberg-(Sr), #35 Brad Quast-(Sr), #51 Fred Bar-(So)
CB-#32 Emlen "The Gremlin" Tunnell-(Sr), #34 Bob Jeter-(Sr/RB), #12 Tom Knight-(Jr), #26 Jovon Johnson-(So), #13 Charles Godfrey-(Fr), #29 Bradley Fletcher-(Fr)
FS-#42 Paul Krause-(Sr), #4 Merton Hanks-(Sr), #37 Sean Considine-(So)
SS-#41 Matt Bowen-(Jr), #33 Bob Sanders-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#95 Nate Kaeding-(So)
P-#9 Reggie Roby-(Sr), #17 Jason Baker-(Jr)
KOS-Kaeding
LS-Joel Hilgenberg
PR/KR-Harmon/Tunnell

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555891
MINNESOTA TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Minnesota
Offense-Option Run-(Run-75%/Pass-25%)
Defense-3/4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
TONY DUNGY
http://brickhouse.lib.umn.edu/items/show/117
Before playing in the defensive backfield in the NFL, Tony Dungy threw for 3,515 yards and 25 touchdowns from 1973-76.

CHARLIE SANDERS
http://www.profootballhof.com/hof/me...?player_id=266
Sanders lettered for Minnesota in 1966 and 1967 as a tight end, earning All-Big Ten honors as a senior. He helped lead the Gophers to an 8-2 record and a share of the Big Ten title in 1967.

TYRONE CARTER
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vau...7253/index.htm
No defensive back in NCAA history was busier than Carter. He racked up 511 tackles during his four-year career, the most of any defensive back in the history of college football. Won Jim Thorpe Award (nation's top defensive back). First-team all-Big Ten Conference selection.

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.gophersports.com/PhotoAlb...ID=3849&PAGE=2
http://www.gophersports.com/PhotoAlb...00&PALBID=4223
http://www.gophersports.com/PhotoAlb...00&PALBID=4224
http://www.gophersports.com/PhotoAlb...00&PALBID=3953

OFFENSE
QB-#9 Tony Dungy-(Sr), #14 Ricky Foggie-(Sr), #15 Sandy Stephens-(Sr), #17 Cory Sauter-(Jr), #8 Asad Abdul Khaliq-(So)
RB-#39 Darrell Thompson-(Sr), #41 Marion Barber II-(Sr), #44 Chris Darkins-(Jr), #32 Tellis Redmon-(Jr), #21 Marion Barber III-(So), #27 Lawrence Maroney-(So)
FB-#72 Bronco Nagurski-(Sr), #40 Thomas Tapeh-(So)
WR-#80 Ric Upchurch-(Sr), #20 Gino "Duke" Capelletti-(Sr/K), #12 Chris Gaiters-(Sr), #1 Tutu Atwell-(Jr), #4 Ryan Thelwell-(Jr), #3 Ron Johnson-(So), #81 Aaron Hosack-(So), #83 Jared Ellerson-(So), #10 Ernie Wheelwright-(Fr)
TE-#88 Charlie Sanders-(Sr/Capt), #48 Derek Rackley-(Jr), #82 Ben Utecht-(So), #89 Matt Spaeth-(Fr)
OT-#60 Matt Herkenhoff-(Sr), #71 Keith Fahnhorst-(Sr), #74 Rian Melander-(So), #70 Matt Anderle-(So), #64 Adam Hayer-(Jr), #75 Jake Kuppe-(So)
OG-#69 Tom Brown-(Sr), #68 Gale Gillingham-(Sr), #67 Dick Enderle-(Sr), #55Ben Hamilton-(Jr), #65 Mark Setterstrom-(So)
C-#59 Brian Williams-(Sr), #54 Greg Larson-(Sr), #61 Greg Eslinger-(Fr)

DEFENSE
DE-#76 Carl Eller-(Sr), #77 Karl Mecklenburg-(Sr), #56 Lamanzer Williams-(Jr), #50 Greg White-(Jr), #93 Darrell Reid-(So), #91 Karon Riley-(So)
DT-#73 Leo "The Lion" Nomellini-(Sr), #66 Jerome Davis-(Jr), #99 John Schlecht-(Jr), ##95 Anthony Montgomery-(So)
OLB-#78 Bobby Bell-(Sr/Capt), #97 Steve Neils-(Sr), #84 Bob Stein-(Sr), #53 Craig Sauer-(Jr)
MLB-#57 Jim Fahnhorst-(Sr), Pete Narjarian-(Sr), #52 Kyle McKenzie-(So)
CB-#35 Kerry Glenn-(Sr), #42 Willie Middlebrooks-(Jr), #24 Jimmy Wyrick-(Jr), #36 Michael Lehan-(So), #25 Ukee Dozier-(So)
FS-#46 Sean Lumpkin-(Jr), #2 Jack Brewer-(Jr)
SS-#22 Tyrone Carter-(Jr), #23 Dominique Barber-(FR)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#98 Chip Lohmiller-(Sr)
P-#16 Rhys Lloyd-(So)
KOS-Capelletti
LOS-Rackley
KR/PR-Gaiters/Upchurch

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http://www.hokiesports.com/rothrepor...232003aaa.html

PITTSBURGH TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-PITTSBURGH
Offense-Balanced-(Run-65%/Pass-35%)
Defense-3/4

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=556050
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
TONY "TD" DORSETT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWqeb9xY3RU

LARRY FITZGERALD
He set or tied four NCAA records. His achievements included scoring a touchdown in 18 straight games, scoring 34 touchdowns in two years, tying Randy Moss by scoring a touchdown in 12 straight games in one season, and grabbing 92 passes for 1,692 yards.

JOE SCHMIDT
Starred for Pittsburgh from 1950-52 established himself as one of the finest players in collegiate and NFL history. An All-American in 1952, he personified the hard-nosed player of that era as his playing style was described by one writer as football at the boiling point.

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://video.google.com/videosearch?...rs%20football#
http://pittsburghpanthers.cstv.com/s...052306aaa.html

OFFENSE
QB-#13 Dan Marino-(Sr), #12 Matt Cavanaugh-(Sr), #10 Alex Van Pelt-(Jr), #2 Rod Rutherford-(So), #3 Tyler Palko-(Fr)
RB-#33 Tony "TD" Dorsett-(Sr), #27 Curvin "Swervin" Richards-(Sr), #29 Curtis Martin-(Jr), #43 Kevin Barlow-(Jr), #37 Nick Goings-(Jr), #25 Brandon Miree-(So)
FB-#34 Craig "Iron Head" Heyward-(Sr), #40 Randy McMillan-(Sr), #32 Lousaka Polite-(So)
WR-#24 Gordon Jones-(Sr), #80 Julius Dawkins-(Sr), #83 LeTef Grim-(Jr), #1 Larry Fitzgerald-(So), #88 Antonio Bryant-(So), #86 Greg Lee-(so)
TE-#89 "Iron Mike" Ditka-(Sr), #81 Dave Moore-(Jr), #84 Kris Wilson-(So)
OT-#75 Jim "Jimbo" Covert-(Sr),#73 Mark May-(Sr), #70 Rob Petitti(So), #76 Jeff Otah-(Fr)
OG-#79 Bill Fralic-(Sr), #69 Randy Dixon-(Sr), #71 Jim Sweeney-(Sr), #78 Ruben Brown-(Jr), #74 Charles Spencer-(So), #68 Mike Glynn-(Fr)
C-#59 Russ Grimm-(Sr), #53 Mark Stepnoski-(Sr), #62 Jeff Christy-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#99 Hugh Green-(Sr), #56 Chris Doleman-(Sr), #92 Randy Holloway-(Sr), #57 Bryan Knight-(Jr), #90 Claude Harriot-(So)
DT-#63 Bill Mass-(Sr), #93 Marc Spindler-(Sr), #98 Tony "Goose" Siragusa-(Sr), #82 Keith Hamilton-(Jr), #91 Sean Gilbert-(Jr), #95 Tom Barndt-(Jr)
OLB-#87 Ricky Jackson-(Sr), #97 Tony Woods-(Sr), #48 Ricardo McDonald-(Jr), #54 H.B. Blades-(Fr), #17 Clint Session-(Fr)
MLB-#65 Joe Schmidt-(Sr/Capt), #50 Marty Schotenheimer-(Sr), #51 Gerald Hayes-(Jr)
CB-#26 Tim Lewis-(Sr), #11 Steve Israel-(Sr), #23 Hank Poteat-(Jr), #19 Shawnte Spencer-(So), #7 Torrie Cox-(So), #15 Darrell Revis-(Fr), #22 Josh Lay-(Fr)
FS-#49 Carlton Williamson-(Sr), #21 Anthony Dorsett-(Jr), #35 Ramon Walker-(So)
SS-#20 Louis Riddick-(Sr), #8 Darnell Dinkins-(Jr/TE)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#28 Fred Cox-(Sr)
P-#36 Andy Lee-(So)
KOS-Cox
LS-Stepnoski
PR/KR-Dawkins/Richards
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SYRACUSE TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Syracuse
Offense-Option-(Run-72%/Pass-28%)
Defense-3-4

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555868
IMPACT PLAYERS/ALL AMERICANS

JIM BROWN
http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/vid...2CA9A52EA6E153
In his senior year, Brown was a unanimous first-team All-American. He finished 5th in the Heisman Trophy voting, and set school records for highest rush average (6.2) and most rushing touchdowns (6). He ran for 986 yards -- third most in the country despite Syracuse playing only eight games -- and scored 14 touchdowns. In 2002, he was named by The Sporting News as the greatest professional football player ever

JOHN MACKEY
http://www.orangehoops.org/JMackey.htm
Mackey played both tight end and running back at Syracuse. On a run dominated offense, he led the team in receiving his senior season in 1962. He was named to Syracuse University's All-Century team in November, 1999.

TIM GREEN
He set three Syracuse records for most sacks: 45.5 career, 15 one year, 4 one game. He had 341 tackles in his career. In 1985 he was Syracuse co-captain and was named Co-player of the Year in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC).

ROSTER INFO FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/mul...ontent.10.html
http://www.suathletics.com/sports/20...nturyteam.aspx SU's All-Century Team

OFFENSE
QB-#9 Don McPherson-(Sr), #5 Donavan McNabb-(Jr), #15 Marvin Graves-(Jr), #3 R.J. Anderson-(So)
RB-#32 Jim Brown-(Sr), #44 Ernie "The Express" Davis-(Sr), #43 Floyd Little-(Sr), #47 Joe Morris-(Sr), #22 Dee Brown-(Jr), #23 James Mungro-(Jr), #33 Walter Reyes-(So)
FB-#39 Larry Csonka-(Sr), #48 Daryl "Moose" Johnston-(Sr), #41 Rob Konrad-(Jr), #38 Kyle Johnson-(So)
WR-#45 Art Monk-(Sr), #14 Rob Moore-(Sr), #8 Marvin Harrison-(Jr), #83 Quadry "Missile" Ismail-(Jr), #12 Kevin Johnson-(Jr/QB), #81 David Tyree-(So), #2 Johnnie Morant-(So)
TE-#88 John Mackey-(Sr/Capt), #84 Chris Gedney-(Jr), #85 Roland Williams-(Jr)
OT-#75 Stan Walters-(Sr), #68 Walt Sweeney-(Sr), #73 Melvin Tuten-(Jr), #78 Adam Terry-(So), #69 Quinn Ojinnaka-(Fr)
OG-#64 Craig Wolfley-(Sr), #53 John Flannery-(Sr), #71 P.J. Alexander-(Jr), #74 Kelvin Sampson-(So)
C-#51 Jim Ringo-(Sr), #55 Dave Wohlabaugh-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#70 Rob Burnett-(Sr), #91 Paul Frase-(Sr), #50 Kevin Mitchell-(Jr/DT), #54 Dwight Freeney-(Jr), #94 Duke Pettijohn-(Jr), #97 Josh Thomas-(So), #52 Jameel McClain-(Fr)
DT-#72 Tim Green-(Sr/Capt), #99 Ted Gregory-(Sr), #96 Blaise Winter-(Sr), #93 Eric Downing-(Jr), #95 Antonio Anderson-(Jr)
OLB-#56 Keith Bullock-(Jr), #18 Morlon Greenwood-(Jr), #57 Rich Scanlon-(So), #58 Kelvin Smith-(Fr)
MLB-#90 Terry Wooden-(Sr), #49 Dan Conley-(Jr), #6 Antwaune Ponds-(Jr), #59 Clifton Smith-(So)
CB-#4 Kevin Abrams-(Jr), #25 Will Allen-(Jr), #15 Willie Ford-(Jr), #28 Steve Gregory-(So/Wr), #30 Will Hunter-(So), #36 Tanard Jackson-(Fr)
FS-#10 Marcus Paul-(Sr), #34 Tebucky Jones-(Jr), #26 Anthony Smith-(So)
SS-#20 Donavan Darius-(Jr), #29 Quentin Harris-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#1 Gary Anderson-(Sr), #11 Olindo Mare-(Jr)
P-#6 Mike Schafer-(So)
KOS-Mare
LS-Ringo
PR/KR-Little/Davis

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(ACC ROSTER SECTION 2 LOCATED ON PAGE 3 POST #25

ACC 50th Anniversary Football Team Announced
Blue-ribbon committee selects the best in the conference's history.
http://www.theacc.com/sports/m-footb...072302aag.html

BOSTON COLLEGE TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-BOSTON COLLEGE
Offense-WEST COAST-(Run-60%/Pass-40%)
Defense-4-3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555915
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

PETE MITCHELL
http://www.theacc.com/sports/m-footb...112007aaa.html

PETE CRONAN
http://bceagles.cstv.com/genrel/cronan_peter00.html

BILL ROMANOWSKI

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-qkpsygNYo
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categor...otball_players

OFFENSE
QB-#22 Doug Flutie-(Sr), #11 Jack Concannon-(Sr), #8 Matt Hasslebeck-(Jr), #7 Tim Hasslebeck-(Jr), #4 Glen Foley-(Jr), #2 Brian St Piere-(So), #12 Matt Ryan-(Fr)
RB-#23 Troy Stradford-(Sr), #37 Mike Cloud-(Jr), #1 William Green-(So), #24 Derrick Knight-(So)
FB-#45 Iron Mike Holovak-(Sr)
WR-#13 Brian Brennan-(Sr), #82 Kelvin Martin-(Sr), #87 Tom Waddle-(Sr), #36 Darren Flutie-(Sr), #20 Gerard Phelan-(Sr), #5 Grant Adams-(So)
TE-#83 Pete Mitchell-(Jr), #89 Mark Chumura-(Jr), #88 Sean Ryan-(Fr)
OT-#79 Dave Widell-(Sr), #74 Doug Widell-(Sr), #75 Marco Colombo-(Jr), #73Jeremy Trueblood-(So), #77 Gosder Cherilus-(Fr), #69James Martin-(Fr)
OG-#58 Tom Condon-(Sr/Capt), #60 Pete Kendall-(Jr), #67 Ron Stone-(Jr), #76 Chris Snee-(So), #62 Josh Beekman-(Fr)
C-#66 Tom Nalen-(Jr), #65 Damien Woody-(Jr), #63 Dan Koppen-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#84 Ernie Stautner-(Sr), #87 John Bosa-(Sr), Larry "Wildman" Eisenhauer-(Sr), #59 Mike Mamula-(Jr), #92 Stalin Colinet-(Jr), #94 Mathias Kiwanuka-(So), #99 Sean Guthrie-(So)
DT-#70 Art "Fatso" Donovan-(Sr), #68 Mike Ruth-(Sr), #71 Fred Smerlas-(Sr), #78 Joe Nash-(Sr), #95 Chris Hovan-(Jr), #96 Tim Bulman-(So), #85 Antonio Garay-(So)
OLB-#57 Pete Cronan-(Sr), #53 Bill "Romo" Romanowski-(Sr), #54 Stephen Boyd-(Jr), #55 Ricky Brown-(So)
MLB-#98 Steve DeOssie-(Sr), #50 Frank Chamberlin-(Jr), #56 Vinny Ciurciu-(So)
CB-#44 Daryl Porter-(Jr), #28 Jonathan Ordway-(Jr), #10 Will Blackmon-(So), #9 Lenny Walls-(So), #27 DeJuan Tribble-(Fr)
FS-#17 Tony Thurman-(Sr), #46 Mike Mayock-(Sr), #33 T.J. Stancil-(So)
SS-#25 Ross O'Hanley-(Sr), #34 George White-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#19 Fred Steinfort-(Sr)
P-#47 Kevin McMyler-(So)
LS-Doug Widell
KOS-McMyler
PR/KR-Blackmon/K-Mart
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FLORIDA ST TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-FSU
Offense-WEST COAST-(Run-70%/Pass-30%)
Defense-4-3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555907
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
Fred Biletnikoff
Came to Florida State as a wide receiver in 1961 and left three years later as the school's first consensus All-American. He set school single season records for receptions (57), receiving yards (987) and touchdowns scored (11) as a senior. He finished his FSU career with 87 receptions for 1,463 yards and 16 touchdowns, which were all school records. His number 25 was retired as soon as his FSU career was completed.

Andre Wadsworth
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/fea...sthelimit.html

Deion "Prime Time" Sanders
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=armmK...eature=related
1988 Jim Thorpe Award winner. ... Two-time consensus All-American. ... Tied for No. 3 in career interceptions at FSU. ... Holds Seminoles career record in punt return yards. Sanders was part of one of the best groups of defensive backs at Florida State. He was willing to go against the nation's best and was able to shut them down every time.

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqmJ9...eature=related
OFFENSE
QB-#14 Brad Johnson-(Sr), #17 Charlie Ward-(Jr), #16 Chris Weinke-(Jr), #5 Adrian McPherson-(So)
RB-#31 Marion Butts-(Sr), #28 Warrick Dunn-(Jr), #23 Travis Minor-(Jr), #3 Leon Washington-(Fr), #24 Lorenzo Booker-(Fr)
FB-#32 Edgar Bennett-(Sr), #44 William Floyd-(Jr), #6 Greg Jones-(So)
WR-#25 Fred Biletnikoff-(Sr/Capt), #34 Ron Sellers-(Sr), #4 Jessie Hester-(Sr), #7 Laveranues Coles-(Jr), #9 Peter Warrick-(Jr), #13 Marvin "Snoop" Minnis-(Jr), #80 Javon Walker-(Jr), #81 Anquan Boldin-(So/QB),
TE-#87 Zeke Mowatt-(Sr), #86 Lonnie Johnson-(Jr)
OT-#72 Ken Lanier-(Sr), #76 Walter Jones-(Jr), #70 Tra Thomas-(Jr), #78 Todd Fordham-(Jr), #77Ray Willis-(So), #71 Alex Barron-(So),
OG-#68 Pat Tomberlin-(Sr), #64 Jamie Dukes-(Sr), #67 Milford Brown-(So), #61 Montrae Holland-(So)
C-#51 Kevin Long-(Jr), #53 Clay Shiver-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#95 Dan Footman-(Sr), #85 Andre Wadsworth-(Jr), #90 Derrick Alexander-(Jr), #57 Reinard Wilson-(Jr), #48 Jamal Reynolds-(Jr), #40 Tony Bryant-(Jr)
DT-#50 Ron Simmons-(Sr), #54 Corey Simon-(Jr), #98 Orpheus Roye-(Jr), #45Darnell Dockett-(So), #99 Travis Johnson-(So), #52 Brodrick Bunkley-(So)
OLB-#58 Peter Boulware-(Jr), #10 Derrick Brooks-(Jr), #29 Tommy Polley-(Jr), #94 Kamerion Wimbley-(So), #38 Michael Boulware-(So), #83 Lawrence Timmons-(Fr)
MLB-#55 Marvin Jones-(Jr/Capt), #1 Sam Cowart-(Jr), #35 Ernie Sims-(So)
CB-#2 Deion "Prime Time" Sanders-(Sr), #21 Bobby Butler-(Sr), #27 Terrell Buckley-(Jr), #20 Samari Rolle-(Jr), #8 Bryant McFadden-(So), #12 Antonio Cromartie-(So)
FS-#26 J.T. Thomas-(Sr), #11 Dexter Jackson-(Jr), #18 Chris Hope-(So)
SS-#36 Leroy Butler-(Sr), #46 Derrick Gibson-(Jr), #22 Pat Watkins-(So)

Special Teams
K-#37 Sebastian Janikowski-(Jr)
P-#15 Rhon Stark-(Sr)
KOS-Janikowski
PR/KR-Sanders/Warrick
LS-Long
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GEORGIA TECH
Playbook-Georgia Tech
Offense-West Coast (Run-70/Pass-30)
Defense-3/4

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555905
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
JOE HAMILTON
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6Uh8tfYecQ

PAT SWILLING
http://www.playatgatech.com/blog/blog.php?id=2084
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbpE4...e=channel_page

COLEMAN RUDOLPH
He is a member of the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame and was an All American at Georgia Tech in 1992. He held Georgia Tech's Sack record at 28.5 and Tackle for Loss record at 52.5 for many years.

He was named Male Co Athlete of the Year in the state of Georgia in 1992 and was recently voted as a "Top 50" greatest athletes in Georgia Tech History.

INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.athlonsports.com/college-...-all-time-team
http://ramblinwreck.cstv.com/extras/...t25/bios1.html Top 25Players

OFFENSE
QB-#18 Billy Lothridge-(Sr), #14 Joe Hamilton-(Jr), #10 Shawn Jones-(Jr), #11 Reggie Ball-(Fr)
RB-#40 Eddie Lee Ivory-(Sr), #29 Robert Lavette-(Sr), #32 Charlie Rodgers-(Jr), #12 Dorsey Levens-(Jr), #45 P.J. Daniels-(So), #24 Tony Hollings_(So), #22 Tashard Choice-(Fr)
FB-#36 William Bell-(Jr), #30 Joe Burns-(Jr)
WR-#31 Drew Hill-(Sr), #82 Steve Raible-(Sr), #80 Dez White-(So), #6 Kelly Cambpell-(So), #15 Jonathan Smith-(So), #19 Demarius Bilbo-(So/QB), #21 Calvin Johnson-(Fr)
TE-#89 Billy Martin-(Sr), #9 Ken Whisenhunt-(Sr), #81 Taz Anderson-(Sr), #84 Will Heller-(So)
OT-#75 Dave Lutz-(Sr), #70 Kent Hill-(Sr), #65 Chris Brown-(Jr), #73 Nat Dorsey-(So)
OG-#66 Billy Shaw-(Sr), #71 John Davis-(Sr), #68 Mansfield Wrotto-(Fr), #72 Brad Honeycutt-(So)
C-#50 Bill Curry-(Sr), #52 Craig Page-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#99 Pat Swilling-(Sr), #95 Marco Coleman-(Jr), #58 Greg Gathers-(Jr), #38 Nick Rogers-(Jr), #56 Eric Henderson-(So), #44 Tony Hargrove-(So)
DT-#76 Renso "Rock" Perdoni-(Sr), #94 Mark Pike-(Sr), #92 Coleman Rudolph-(Jr), #96 Joe Anoai-(Fr)
OLB-#88 Lucius Sanford-(Sr), #33 larry "Bull" Morris-(Sr), #54 Keyaron Fox_(So), #49 Gerris Wilkinson-(So), #39 Chris Reis-(So)
MLB-#55 Maxie Baughan-(Sr), #59 Calvin Tiggle-(Sr), #35 Keith Brooking-(Jr), #51 Daryl Smith-(So), #41 Philip Wheeler_(Fr)
CB-#23 Randy Rhino-(Sr), #48 Najee Mustafaa-(Sr), #4 Willie Clay-(Jr), #5 Jason Bostic_(Jr), #3 Chris Young-(So), #2 Kenny Scott-(Fr)
FS-#1 Ken Swilling-(Jr), #28 Nick Ferguson-(Jr), #37 James Butler-(So)
SS-#42 Lee Flowers-(Jr), #26 Travares Tillman-(Jr), #20 Dawan Landry-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#8 Scott Sisson-(Jr)
P-#7 Rodney Williams-(Jr)
LS-Page
KOS-Williams
PR/KR-Rhino/Hill
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MIAMI TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Miami
Offense-West Coast-(Run-67%/Pass-33%)
Defense-4-3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555894
IMPACT PLAYERS/ALL AMERICANS

EDGERRIN JAMES
Is the only Hurricane to post consecutive 1,000-yard rushing seasons. He ranks second in school history with 2,960 yards despite starting only 17 games. His 35 total touchdowns are tied with Stephen McGuire for the school record. In the 1998 Orange Bowl, James rushed for a school-record 299 yards on 39 carries as Miami defeated UCLA 49-42.

RAY LEWIS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8iPX...eature=related

ED REED
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02fpp...eature=related

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.athlonsports.com/college-...-all-time-team
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82eyH...eature=related All about the U
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6LF5...eature=related Hurricanes Flashback

OFFENSE
QB-#12 Jim Kelly-(Sr), #19 Bernie Kosar-(Sr), #14 Vinny Testaverde-(Sr), #11Ken Dorsey-(So)
RB-#24 Ottis Anderson-(Sr), #43 Cleveland Gary-(Sr), #5 Edgerrin James-(Jr), #28 Clinton Portis-(So), #2 Willis McGahee-(So), #33 Frank Gore-(So)
FB-#30 Alonzo Highsmith-(Sr), #34 Najeh Davenport-(Jr)
WR-#47 Michael "Playmaker" Irvin-(Sr/Capt), #9 Brian Blades-(Sr), #87 Reggie Wayne-(Jr), #6 Santana Moss-(Jr), #80 Andre Johnson-(So), #18 Roscoe Parrish-(So), #4 Devin Hester-(Fr/DB)
TE-#86 Bubba Franks-(Jr), #88 Jeremy Shockey-(So), #81 Kellen Winslow Jr-(So)
OT-#73 Leon Searcy-(Jr), #77 Bryant McKinnie-(So), #64 Rashad Butler-(So), #74 Eric Winston-(So)
OG-#71 Dennis Harrah-(Sr), #70 Greg Rakoczy-(Sr), #65 Martin Bibla-(So), #60 Vernon Carey-(So)
C-#50 Jim Otto-(Sr), #72 Chris Meyers-(So), #66 Brett Romberg-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#89 Ted "The Mad Stork" Hendricks-(Sr), #97 Daniel Stubbs-(Sr), #99 Kenard Lang-(Jr), #90 Kenny Holmes-(Jr), #95 Jerome McDougle-(Jr), #82 Calais Campbell-(Fr)
DT-#98 Jerome Brown-(Sr), #96 Cortez Kennedy-(Sr), #67 Russell Maryland-(Sr), #76 Warren Sapp-(Jr), #92 Damione Lewis-(Jr), #75 Vince Wilfork-(So), #94 William Joseph-(So)
OLB-#93 Winston Moss-(Sr), #1 Jessie Armstead-(Jr), #45 Darrin Smith-(Jr), #53 Nate Webster-(Jr), #17 D.J. Williams-(So)
MLB-#52 Ray Lewis-(Jr), #56 Michael Barrow-(Jr), #44 Dan Morgan-(Jr), #51 Jonathan Vilma-(So)
CB-#23 Duane Starks-(Jr), #48 Ryan McNeil-(Jr), #31 Phillip Buchanon-(So), #21 Antrel Rolle-(So), #8 Mike Rumph-(So), #22 Kelly Jennings-(So)
FS-#20 Ed Reed-(Jr), #32 Darryl Williams-(Jr), #16 Brandon Meriweather-(Fr)
SS-#36 Bennie Blades-(Sr/Capt), #26 Sean Taylor-(So), #10 Kenny Phillips-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#27 Carlos Huerta-(Sr)
P-#38 Jeff Feagles-(Sr)
LS-Meyers
KOS-Huerta
PR/KR-Hester/Buchanon
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NORTH CAROLINA TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-UNC
Offense-OPTION-(Run-80%/Pass-20%)
Defense-4/3

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
CHARLIE "CHOO-CHOO" JUSTICE
Playing in the single wing at North Carolina for four seasons, Justice ran or threw for 64 touchdowns and set a team total-offense record of 4,883 yards, which stood until 1994.

ART WEINER
All American end at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 1946-1949. Weiner matched the (at the time) NCAA record when he amassed 52 receptions in 1949. He averaged 16 yard/reception for career. He played alongside Charlie Justice in what became known as the Justice-Weiner era while leading UNC to three major bowls.

BRACEY WALKER

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...ry-125-158.pdf
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVDZE...eature=related LT video

OFFFENSE
QB-#22 Charlie "Choo-Choo" Justice-(Sr/RB, P), #15 Chris Keldorf-(Jr), #10 Oscar Davenport-(Jr), #1 Ronald Curry-(So), #4 Darian Durant-(Fr)
RB-#24 Kelvin Bryant-(Sr), #2 "Famous Amos" Lawrence-(Sr), #20 Natrone Means-(Jr), #12 Leon Johnson-(Jr), #39 Willie Parker-(So)
FB-#32 Ethan Horton-(Sr/TE), #44 Mike Voight-(Sr), #33 William Henderson-(Jr), #45 Madison Hedgecock-(So)
WR-#18 Na Brown-(Jr), #7 Bucky Brooks-(Jr), #80 Corey Holliday-(Jr), #5 L.C. Stevens-(Jr), #88 Sam Aiken-(So), #29 Wallace Wright-(So), #9 Jawarski Pollock-(So)
TE-#50 Art Weiner-(Sr), #85 Freddie Jones-(Jr), #82 Algie Crumpler-(Jr)
OT-#67 Harris Barton-(Sr), #65 Kevin Donnalley-(Sr), #60 Brian Blados-(Sr), #61 Ethan Albright-(Jr)
OG-#68 Ken Huff-(Sr), #54 David Drechsler-(Sr), #62 Brian Bollinger-(Jr), #77 Jeb Terry-(So)
C-#58 Rick Donnalley-(Sr), #64 Jeff Saturday-(Jr), #72 Jason Brown-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#92 Roy Barker-(Sr), #87 Greg Ellis-(Jr), #71 Marcus Jones-(Jr), #86 Ebenezer Ekuban-(Jr), #49 Julius Peppers-(So)
DT-#95 William Fuller-(Sr), #70 Dee Hardison-(Sr), #91 Vonnie Holliday-(Jr), #99 Russell Davis-(Jr), #98 Ryan Sims-(So), #97 Chase Page-(So)
OLB-#56 Lawrence "Superman" Taylor-(Sr/Capt), #84 Mike Wilcher-(Sr), #55 Chris Hanburger-(Sr), #41 Brian Simmons-(Jr), #30 David Thornton-(Jr), #52 Sedrick Hodge-(Jr)
MLB-#53 Dwight Hollier-(Sr), #59 John Bunting-(Sr), Kivuusama Mays-(Jr), #46 Quincy Monk-(Jr)
CB-#26 Torin Dorin-(Sr/RB), #31 Dre Bly-(Jr), #28 Thomas Smith-(Jr), #8 Jimmy Hitchcock-(Jr), #36 Michael Waddell-(So)
FS-#37 Rondell Jones-(Jr), #3 Dexter Reid-(So)
SS-#27 Bracey Walker-(Jr), #14 Gerald Sensabaugh-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#25 Jeff Reed-(So)
P-#6 Tommy Barnhardt-(Sr)
KOS-Barnhardt
LS-Rick Donnalley
PR/KR-Johnson/"Famous Amos"
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VIRGINIA TECH TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-VIRGINIA TECH
Offense-WEST COAST-(Run-68%/Pass-32%)
Defense-4/3

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555860
IMPACT/ALL-AMERICAN PLAYERS
MIKE VICK
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzqXoEODYX8

DEANGELO HALL
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P87PE...eature=related

FRANK LORIA
http://www.hokiesports.com/football/jerseys/loria.html
Despite his 5-9, 175-pound frame, Frank Loria was one of the most tenacious football players ever to play for Virginia Tech. Loria, who started every game at safety from 1965-67, rapidly established himself as one of Tech's all-time greats with his uncanny ability to diagnose plays and pass patterns.

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.collegiatetimes.com/stories/12170/p3
http://www.hokiesports.com/football/...ProPlayers.pdf
http://www.funtrivia.com/en/Sports/V...kies-6223.html Hokies Trivia

OFFENSE
QB-#16 Don Strock-(Sr), #15 Jim Drunkenmiller-(Jr), #7 Mike Vick-(So), #3 Bryan Randall-(So), #5 Marcus Vick-(Fr)
RB-#45 Cyrus Lawrence-(Sr), #2 Vaughn Hebron-(Jr), #38 Shyrone Stith-(Jr), #28 Ken Oxedine-(Jr), #22 Lee Suggs-(So), #25 Kevin Jones-(So)
FB-#46 Tony Paige-(Sr), #43 Doug Easlick-(So)
WR-#84 Carroll Dale-(Sr), #80-Antonio Freeman-(Jr), #19 Ernest Wilford-(Jr), #88 Andre Davis-(So), #4 Eddie Royal-(Fr), #12 Josh Morgan-(Fr)
TE-#85 Steve Johnson-(Sr), #86 John Burke-(Jr/HBK), #90-Jeff King-(So)
OT-#69 Eugene Chung-(Sr), #75 Dave Kadela-(Jr), #79 Derek Smith-(Jr), #57 Anthony Davis-(So), #76 Duane Brown-(Fr/TE)
OG-#63 Gennaro DiNapoli-(Jr), #77 Todd Washington-(Jr), #68 Matt Lehr-(Jr), #74 Waverly Jackson-(Jr)
C-#73 Jim Pyne-(Jr/Capt), #66 Bill Conaty-(Jr), #64 Jake Grove-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#78 Bruce "The Sack Man" Smith-(Sr/Capt), #92 Robert Brown-(Sr), #58 Cornell Brown-(Jr), #56 Corey Moore-(Jr), #96 John Engelberger-(Jr), #55 Darryl Tapp-(So), #95 Jim Davis-(So), #49 Chris Ellis-(Fr)
DT-#67 Tom Beasley-(Sr), #71 David Pugh-(Jr), #65 Chad Beasley-(Jr), #50 Jonathan Lewis
OLB-#47 Mike Widger-(Sr/Rover), #54 Mike Johnson-(Sr), #59 Jessie Penn-(Sr), #41 Cory Bird-(Jr/Rover), #14 Nick Sorenson-(Jr/Rover/FS/QB), #42 James Anderson-(So)
MLB-#60 Buzz Nutter-(Sr/C), #52 Rick Razzano-(Sr), #40 Ben Taylor-(Jr), #11 Xavier Adibi-(Fr)
CB-#36 Tyrone Drakeford-(Jr), #33 Ike Charlton-(Jr), #23 DeAngelo Hall-(So), #2 Jimmy Williams-(So), #1 Eric Green-(So), #18 Brandon Flowers-(Fr)
FS-#10 Frank Loria-(Sr), #20 Willie Pile-(So), #8 Vincent Fuller-(So)
SS-#32 Pierson Prioleau-(Jr), #30 Aaron Rouse-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#17 Shayne Graham-(So)
P-#39 Vinnie Burns-(So)
KOS-Graham
LS-Burke
PR/KR-Hall/Hebron
----------------------------
VIRGINIA
Playbook-VIRGINIA
Offense-Virginia-(Run-62%/Pass-38%)
Defense-3/4

http://www.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=555861
IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

TIKI BARBER
http://www.virginiasports.com/ViewAr...ATCLID=1594138

CHRIS SLADE
http://www.hampton.gov/halloffame/chris_slade.html

ANTHONY POINDEXTER
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/foo...ry_poindexter/

ROSTER INFORMATION FOR ALL PLAYERS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TCFG...eature=channel
http://deathrattlesports.com/2008032...-Time10-6.html

OFFENSE

QB-#1 Don Majkowski-(Sr), #12 Shawn Moore-(Sr), #14 Matt Blundin-(Sr), #15 Mike Groh-(Jr), #11 Aaron Brooks-(Jr), #7 Matt Schaub-(So), #18 Marques Hagans-(So)
HB-#35 Bullet Bill Dudley-(Sr/P), #21 Tiki Barber-(Jr), #6 Thomas Jones-(Jr), #42 Terry Kirby-(Sr), #37 Wali Lundy-(So), #39 Alvin Pearman-(So), #32 Arlen Harris-(So)
FB-#23 Barry Word-(Sr), #38 Jason Shellingt-(Fr)
WR-#87 Herman Moore-(Sr), #82 Tyrone Davis-(Jr), #17 Germane Crowell-(Jr), #83 Patrick Jeffers-(Jr), #80 Terrence Wilkins-(Jr), #81 Billy McMullen-(So)
TE-#88 Bruce McGonnigal-(Sr), #89 Heath Miller-(So), #86 Patrick Estes-(So), #84 Tom Santi-(Fr)
OT-#78 Jim Dombrowski-(Sr), #77 Ray Roberts-(Sr/Capt), #66 D'Brickashaw Ferguson-(So), #69 Brad Butler-(So)
OG-#76 Noel LaMontagne-(Jr), #63 Mark Dixon-(Sr), #61 Elton Brown-(So), #71 Branden Albert-(Fr)
C-#70 John St. Clair-(Jr), #64 Jim Copeland-(Sr)

DEFENSE
DE-#59 Jeff Lageman-(Sr), #97 Patrick Kerney-(Jr), #91 Chris Slade-(Sr), #96Jon Harris-(Jr), #99 Chris Canty-(So), #91 Chris Long-(Fr),
DT-#74 Henry Jordan-(Sr), #72 Monsanto Pope-(Jr), #75 Antonio Dingle-(Jr), #60 Andrew Hoffman-(So)
OLB-#48 Tom Scott-(Sr), #58 David Griggs-(Sr), #52 Randy Neal-(Jr), #50 Isiaiah Ekejiuba-(So), #56 Daryl Blackstock-(So)
MLB-#51 James Farrior-(Jr/Capt), #33 Jamie Sharper-(Jr), #54 Wali Rainer-(Jr), #55 Angelo Crowell-(So), #34 Ahmad Brooks-(So)
CB-#19 Ronde Barber-(Jr), #23 Antwan Harris-(Jr), #25 Greg Jeffries-(Jr), #22Tony Covington-(Sr), #29 Jamaine Winborne-(So), #30 Marcus Hamilton-(Fr)
FS-#3 Anthony Poindexter-(Jr), #5 Keith Lyle-(Jr)
SS-#9 Lester Lyles-(sr), #28 Percy Ellsworth-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#16 Connor Hughes-(So)
P-#4 Michael Husted-((Sr/K)
LS-Estes
KOS-Husted
PR/KR-Wilkins/Barber

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How are you determining ratings for this? Are you truely that knowledgeable? Seems like a hard task
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