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Old 06-28-2010, 04:00 PM   #1
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Playmakers NCAA 11 & 14 Alumni Dynasty Rosters

This Is How You Get XBOX 360 Rosters?
NCAA 14 ALUMNI ROSTERS CAN BE DOWNLOADED UNDER XBOX 360 GT PLAYMAKERS1970

This How You Get PS3 Rosters? Read The Link Below:
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Below is the complete Updated List of 80 Teams that are on the NCAA 14 Alumni File along with a list of some of the greatest players in College Football History most of which you'll see I created throughout the file.

Air Force
Akron
Alabama
Arizona
Arizona St
Arkansas
Army
Auburn
Baylor
Boise St
Boston College
Bowling Green
BYU
CAL
Cincinatti
Clemson
Colorado
Colorado St
East Carolina
Florida
FSU
Georgia
Georgia Tech
Grambling St (Team Roster is housed under Western Michigan)
Houston
Indiana
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Kansas St
Kentucky
Louisiana Tech
Louisville
LSU
Marshall
Maryland
Miami
Michigan
Michigan St
Minnesota
Miss St
Missouri
Navy
Nebraska
North Carolina
N.C. Sate
Notre Dame
Northwestern
Ohio St
Oklahoma
Oklahoma St
Ole Miss
Oregon
Penn St
Pittsburgh
Purdue
Rutgers
San Diego St
San Joset St
SMU
South Carolina
Southern Miss
Stanford
Syracuse
Tennessee
Texas
Texas A&M
Texas Tech
UCLA
UNLV
USC
Utah
Vanderbilt
Virginia
Virginia Tech
Wake Forest
Washington
Washington St
West Virginia
Wisconsin
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For those who might still play NCAA 11 which is a really good game even to this date I still have a incredible Classic Roster File you can download and have tons of fun playing against former legends like Joe Montana, Joe Namath and Terry Bradshaw.

NCAA 11 ROSTERS CAN BE DOWNLOADED UNDER THIS LINK:
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Full List of the 60 Alumni Teams created for NCAA 11
Air Force
Akron
Alabama
Arizona
Arizona St
Arkansas
Auburn
Boise St
Boston College
Bowling Green
BYU
CAL
Cincinatti
Clemson
Colorado
Colorado St
East Carolina
Florida
FSU
Georgia
Houston
Indiana
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Kansas St
Kentucky
Louisiana Tech
Louisville
Marshall
Maryland
Miami
Michigan
Michigan St
Minnesota
Missouri
Navy
Nebraska
Notre Dame
Ohio St
Oklahoma
Oklahoma St
Ole Miss
Oregon
Penn St
Pittsburgh
Rutgers
San Diego St
San Joset St
SMU
Stanford
Syracuse
Tennessee
Texas
UCLA
UNLV
USC
Utah
Virginia Tech
West Virginia
Wisconsin

Sliders & Playbooks created for NCAA 11 Alumni Rosters
http://www.operationsports.com/forum...r-ratings.html

Resources Used for Creating Older Generation Players
http://www.virtualsportsnetwork.com/...nversation-Hub

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http://espn.go.com/ncf/feature/video...20/yards-glory
http://www.reddit.com/r/CFB/comments...ead/#w/curweek
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ACC SECTION 1

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-Pro Style-(Run-52%/Pass-48%)
Defense-4-4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
TROY STRADFORD
Established a school rushing record at the time of his graduation with 3,504 yards. Co-Captain and All-America tailback for BC 1986 Hall of Fame Bowl champions

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

BILL ROMANOWSKI

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-qkpsygNYo Flutie
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categor...otball_players List of Boston College Players
http://nfldraft.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=531435 Why Boston College is Interior Offensive Lineman U:

OFFENSE
QB-#22 Doug Flutie-(Sr), #11 Jack Concannon-(Sr), #8 Matt 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-(Jr), #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), #20Gerard Phelan-(Sr), #5 Grant Adams-(So)
TE- #89 Mark Chumura-(Sr), #83 Pete Mitchell-(Jr),#88 Sean Ryan-(So)
OT-#79 Dave Widell-(Sr), #74 Doug Widell-(Sr), #75 Marco Colombo-(Jr), #73 Jeremy Trueblood-(So), #77 Gosder Cherilus-(Fr), #69 James Martin-(Fr)
OG-#58 Tom Condon-(Sr/Capt), #60 Pete Kendall-(Jr), #67 Ron Stone-(Jr), #76 Chris Snee-(So), #62 Josh Beekman-(So)
C-#66 Tom Nalen-(Jr), #65 Damien Woody-(Jr), #63 Dan Koppen-(Jr)

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)
DT-#70 Art "Fatso" Donovan-(Sr), #68 Mike Ruth-(Sr), #71 Fred Smerlas-(Sr), #95Chris Hovan-(Jr), #96 Tim Bulman-(So), #90 B.J. Raji-(Fr), #61 Ron Brace-(Fr)
OLB-#98 Steve De'Ossie-(Sr), #53 Bill "Romo" Romanowski-(Sr), #54 Stephen Boyd-(Jr), #56 Vinny Ciurciu-(Jr), #55 Ricky Brown-(So)
MLB-#57 Peter Cronan-(Sr), #50 Frank Chamberlin-(Jr), #40 Jo Lonn Dunbar-(Fr)
CB-##25 Ross O'Hanley-(Sr), #38 Daryl Porter-(Jr), #28 Jonathan Ordway-(Jr), #10 Will Blackmon-(So), #9 Lenny Walls-(Jr), #27 DeJuan Tribble-(Fr)
FS-#17 Tony Thurman-(Sr), #33 T.J. Stancil-(So)
SS-#46 Mike Mayock-(Sr), #34 George White-(Jr), #48 Jamie Silva-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#19 Fred Steinfort-(Sr)
P-#47 Kevin McMyler-(Jr)
LS-Doug Widell
KOS-McMyler
PR/KR-Blackmon/K-Mart
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CLEMSON
Playbook-Clemson
Offense-Air Force (Run-54%/Pass-46%)
Defense-3/4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Steve Fuller
http://clemsontigers.cstv.com/sports...080710aab.html

William Fridge Perry
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Wl9a...eature=related
First three-time All-American at Clemson from 1982-84. Most visible player from Clemson's run in the 1980s. In 1982 Orange Bowl, Perry helped dominate Nebraska All-American center Dave Rimington as the Clemson defense limited Nebraska to just three plays on eight of its 12 possessions as the Tigers won 22-15.

Terry Kinard
http://www.lostlettermen.com/terry_k...l-acc-p142827/
Kinard was named to Sports Illustrated's All-Century team of college football. In 2000 he was named Clemson's top player of the 20th Century by CNNsi.com. He was also chosen to the USA Today All-Decade team for the 1980s. In 1996 he was named to Clemson's Centennial Team and received more votes than any other defensive player.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.tigernet.com/football/his...**p#Obed-Ariri Clemson All-Americans
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...ense/show_full All-Time Offense
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...n-team-defense All-Time Defense
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...orable-mention All-Time Special Teams
http://www.collegefanz.com/docs/DOC-11406 In Memory of Wayne Simmons

OFFENSE
QB-#4 Steve Fuller-(Sr), #3 Homer Jordan-(Sr), #1 Woody Dantzler-(Jr), #6 Charlie Whitehurst-(So)
RB-#66 Banks McFadden-(Sr/P), #21 Terry Allen-(Sr), #25 Terrence Flagler-(Sr), #11 James Davis-(Fr), #28 C.J. Spiller-(Fr)
FB-#34 Kevin Mack-(Sr), #27 Raymond Priester-(Jr)
WR-#15 Jerry Butler-(Sr), #22 Perry Tuttle-(Sr), #30 Dwight Clark-(Sr), #23 Rod Gardner-(Jr), #81 Derrick Hamilton-(So), #2 Chansi Stuckey-(So), #6 Jacoby Ford-(Fr), #80 Aaron Kelly-(Fr)
TE-#85 Bennie Cunnigham-(Sr), #99 Jim Riggs-(Sr), #86 Michael Palmer-(Fr)
OT-#78 Stacy Long-(Sr), #67 Wayne Mass-(Sr), #77 Jim Bundren-(Jr), #79 Barry Richardson-(Fr)
OG-#71 Joe Bostic-(Sr/Capt), #73 Stacy Seegars-(Sr), #74 Corey Hulsey-(Jr), #65 Thomas Austin-(Fr)
C-#53 Jeff Bostic-(Sr), #59 Kyle Young-(Jr), #62 Dustin Fry-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#87 Jeff Bryant-(Sr), #83 Jim Stuckey-(Sr), #82 Trevor Pryce-(Jr), #95 Lorenzo Bromell-(Jr), #54 Adrian Dingle-(Jr), #91 Bryant McNeal-(Jr), #93 Gaines Adams-(So), #94 Phillip Merling-(So)
DT-#72 William "The Fridge" Perry-(Sr/Capt), #92 Michael Dean Perry-(Sr), #91 Chester McGlockton-(Jr), #89 Brenston Buckner-(Jr), #90 Nick Eason-(Jr), #96 Donnell Washington-(So), #97 Dorrell Scott-(Fr)
OLB-#45 Jeff "Judge" Davis-(Sr), #52 Johnny Rembert-(Sr), #51 Wayne Simmons-(Jr), #42 Keith Adams-(Jr)
MLB-#44 Levon Kirkland-(Sr), #41 Anthony Simmons-(Jr), #56 LeRoy Hill-(So), #40 Anthony Waters-(So)
CB-#31 Donnell Woolford-(Sr), #17 Charlie Waters-(Sr/Wr), #24 Dexter McCleon-(Jr), #8 Tye Hill-(So), #9 Justin Miller-(So)
FS-#43 Terry Kinard-(Sr/Capt), #32 Antuan Edwards-(Jr), #13 Chris Clemons-(Fr)
SS-#20 Brian Dawkins-(Jr), #29 Robert Carswell-(Jr), #5 Mike Hamlin-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#10 Obed Ariri-(Sr)
P-#16 Chris Gardocki-(Sr/Lefty)
KOS-McFadden
LS-Jeff Bostic
KR/PR-Flagler/Tuttle
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FLORIDA ST TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-FSU
Offense-Pro Style-(Run-52%/Pass-48%)
Defense-4-3

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Charlie Ward
http://floridastate.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=198888
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDCgOgtTRCU

Warrick Dunn
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRo6T...eature=related
He holds several Florida State rushing records including the marks for most career rushing yards (3,959) and most rushing yards in a season (1,418) set in 1995. Dunn is the only Seminole to rush for over 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons. He was a three time All-ACC selection.

Jamie Dukes
http://www.seminoles.com/genrel/dukes_jamie00.html

Peter Boulware
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4dOUGKMKew
As a junior, Boulware totaled 68 tackles, a school record 19 sacks, 20 tackles for losses, seven forced fumbles, and three fumble recoveries. He was a consensus first-team All-American, All-ACC, ACC Defensive Player of the Year, as well as National Defensive Player of the Year by Football News. His 19 sacks were the most in the nation.

Deion "Prime Time" Sanders
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=armmKMwfUtk
Sanders redefined the cornerback position while at Florida State with his rare blend of speed, savvy and style. He returned four interceptions for touchdowns in his career, tied for the most in Florida State history, and returned three punts for touchdowns (tied for the all-time high in school history, often high stepping into the end zone and holding a hand to his earhole in a play to the crowd.

Team Resources/Videos
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/4...ll-time-lineup All-Time FSU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqmJ9...eature=related FSU "It Starts Here"
http://www.tomahawknation.com/2009/7...ensive-players All Time Offense
http://www.tomahawknation.com/2009/7...ensive-players All Time Defense

OFFENSE
QB-#11 Casey Weldon-(Sr/Capt), #17 Charlie Ward-(Jr), #16 Chris Weinke-(Jr), #5 Adrian McPherson-(So)
RB-#26 Greg Allen-(Sr), #31 Marion Butts-(Sr), #28 Warrick Dunn-(Jr), #23 Travis Minor-(Jr), #3 Leon Washington-(So), #24 Lorenzo Booker-(So)
FB-#32 Edgar Bennett-(Sr), #44 William Floyd-(Jr), #6 Greg Jones-(So)
WR-#25 Fred Biletnikoff-(Sr), #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-(Jr/QB),
TE-#84 Pat Carter-(Sr), #87 Zeke Mowatt-(Sr), #86 Lonnie Johnson-(Jr)
OT-#72 Ken Lanier-(Sr), #76 Walter Jones-(Jr), #70 Tra Thomas-(Jr), #77 Ray Willis-(So), #71 Alex Barron-(So)
OG-#68 Pat Tomberlin-(Sr), #64 Jamie Dukes-(Sr), #67 Milford Brown-(Jr), #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), #99 Everett-(Fr)
DT-#50 Ron Simmons-(Sr), #54 Corey Simon-(Jr), #98 Orpheus Roye-(Jr), #45 Darnell Dockett-(So), #99 Travis Johnson-(So), #52 Brodrick Bunkley-(So)
OLB-#58 Peter Boulware-(Jr/Capt), #10 Derrick Brooks-(Jr), #29 Tommy Polley-(Jr), #94 Kamerion Wimbley-(So), #59 Michael Boulware-(So), #83 Lawrence Timmons-(So)
MLB-#55 Marvin Jones-(Jr/), #56 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), #12 Antonio Cromartie-(So), #1 Patrick Johnson-(Fr)
FS-#36 LeRoy Butler-(Sr), #18 Chris Hope-(Jr), #22 Pat Watkins-(So)
SS-#46 Derrick Gibson-(Jr), #43 Jerome Carter-(So)

Special Teams
K-#38 Sebastian Janikowski-(Jr)
P-#15 Rhon Stark-(Sr)
KOS-Janikowski
PR/KR-Sanders/Warrick
LS-Long
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GEORGIA TECH NCAA 14 ALUMNI TEAM
Playbook
Offense-Air Force (Run-53%/Pass-47%)
Defense-3/4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS:

WR-#21 Calvin Johnson (So) 6'5 236 (4.35 40 Time, 42 1/2 Inch Vertical)

Key Ratings:
OVR-91, SPD-93, STR-74, AGI-86, ACC-86, AWR-80, BTK-73, CTH-86, SPC-92, CIT-93, RTE-85, JMP-99, RLS-89

In his career at Georgia Tech wearing number 21, Johnson made a case for being the greatest Georgia Tech player of all time. Johnson had 178 receptions in his career, good for 2,927 yards and 28 touchdowns. He ranks first in school history in career receiving yards, second in receptions, first in touchdown receptions, and first in career 100-yard receiving games with 13.


DE/OLB-#99 Pat Swilling (Sr) 6'4 245 (4.7 40 Time)

Key Ratings:
OVR-94, SPD-76, STR-77, AGI-85, ACC-89, AWR-88, TAK-87, PMV-80, FMV-95, BSH-93, PUR-95, PRC-88

Set the Georgia Tech single-season record with 15 quarterback sacks for 119 yards in 1985. On April 30, 2009, Swilling was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame.

Team Resources/Videos
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...wl-history.pdf Records & Bowl History
http://www.ramblinwreck.com/extras/l...t25/bios1.html "The Greatest 25 Tech Athletes Of The Century"
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...history/page/6 Top 5 Tech QB's
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...g-backs/page/6 Top 5 Tech RB's
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-txX4...eature=related 1990 Championship season

OFFENSE
QB-#18 Billy Lothridge-(Sr/Punter), #10 Shawn Jones-(Sr), #14 Joe Hamilton-(Jr), #11 George Godsey-(Jr), #19 Reggie Ball-(So)
RB-#40 Eddie Lee Ivory-(Sr), #20 Robert Lavette-(Sr), #12 Dorsey Levens-(Sr), #3 Charlie Rogers-(Jr), #45 P.J. Daniels-(So), #22 Tashard Choice-(So), #29 Jonathan Dwyer-(Fr)
FB-#36 William Bell-(Sr), #30 Joe Burns-(Jr)
WR-#31 Drew Hill-(Sr), #80 Dez White-(Jr), #6 Kelly Cambpell-(Jr), #15 Jonathan Smith-(Jr), #21 Calvin Johnson-(So), #8 Demaryus Thomas-(Fr)
TE-#88 Billy Martin-(Sr), #9 Ken Whisenhunt-(Sr), #84 Will Heller-(Jr), #86 J.P. Foschi-(Jr)
OT-#75 Dave Lutz-(Sr), #73 Kent Hill-(Sr), #70 Nat Dorsey-(So), #64 Andrew Gardner-(Fr)
OG-#66 Billy Shaw-(Sr), #71 John Davis-(Sr), #68 Mansfield Wrotto-(So), #72 Brad Honeycutt-(So)
C-#50 Bill Curry-(Sr), #52 Craig Page-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#99 Pat Swilling-(Sr), #95 Marco Coleman-(Sr), #59 Greg Gathers-(Jr), #38 Nick Rogers-(Jr), #56 Eric Henderson-(So), #44 Tony Hargrove-(So), #93 Michael Johnson-(Fr)
DT-#76 Renso "Rock" Perdoni-(Sr), #94 Mark Pike-(Sr), #92 Coleman Rudolph-(Sr), #96 Joe Anoai-(So)
OLB-#89 Lucius Sanford-(Sr), #33 Larry "Bull" Morris-(Sr), #54 Keyaron Fox-(Jr), #49 Gerris Wilkinson-(Jr), #39 Chris Reis-(So)
MLB-#55 Maxie Baughan-(Sr), #59 Calvin Tiggle-(Sr), #35 Keith Brooking-(Jr), #51 Daryl Smith-(Jr), #41 Philip Wheeler-(So)
CB-#23 Randy Rhino-(Sr), #48 Najee Mustafaa-(Sr), #4 Willie Clay-(Sr), #5 Jason Bostic-(Jr), #33 Chris Young-(Jr), #2 Kenny Scott-(So)
FS-#1 Ken Swilling-(Sr), #37 James Butler-(Jr), #42 Morgan Burnett-(Fr)
SS-#28 Lethon Flowers-(Sr), #26 Travares Tillman-(Jr), #32 Dawan Landry-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#87 Luke Manget-(Jr)
P-#7 Rodney Williams-(Jr)
Long Snapper-Page
KOS-Williams
PR/KR-Rhino/Hill
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MIAMI TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Miami
Offense-Pro Style-(Run-57%/Pass-43%)
Defense-4-3

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
Jim Kelly
http://www.theacc.com/sports/m-footb...111307aac.html
He quarterbacked the Hurricanes to a combined record of 18-5 during the 1980 and 1981 seasons, including a 20-10 win over Virginia Tech in the 1980 Peach Bowl, a game many attribute to the turning point in the Miami football program.

Ted Hendricks
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xt9eKe8OB0
Hendricks finished his career as Miami's all-time leading tackler and is the school's first three-time All-American. He is one of four UM players to have their jerseys retired.

Jerome Brown
http://miamisouthpaw.blogspot.com/20...ome-brown.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92OVBDSOCbc

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/u...0,6601169.poll All Time Team Poll
http://miamisouthpaw.blogspot.com/20...es-of-all.html 100 Greatest Canes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82eyH...eature=related "All About The U"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6LF5...eature=related "Hurricane Flashback"
http://hurricanewarriors.com/joomla/...id=16&Itemid=2 Hurricanewarriors

OFFENSE
QB-#12 Jim Kelly-(Sr), #19 Bernie Kosar-(Sr), #14 Vinny Testaverde-(Sr), #11 Ken Dorsey-(So)
RB-#32 Chuck Foreman-(Sr), #24 Ottis Anderson-(Sr), #5 Edgerrin James-(Jr), #28 Clinton Portis-(So), #2 Willis McGahee-(So), #33 Frank Gore-(So)
FB-#30 Alonzo Highsmith-(Sr)
WR-#47 Michael "Playmaker" Irvin-(Sr), #9 Brian Blades-(Sr), #87 Reggie Wayne-(Jr), #6 Santana Moss-(Jr), #80 Andre Johnson-(So), #18 Roscoe Parrish-(So), #83 Sinorice Moss-(So), #4 Devin Hester-(So/DB)
TE-#86 Bubba Franks-(Jr), #88 Jeremy Shockey-(Jr), #81 Kellen Winslow Jr-(So), #82 Greg Olsen-(So)
OT-#73 Leon Searcy-(Sr), #77 Bryant McKinnie-(Jr), #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/Capt), #97 Daniel Stubbs-(Sr), #99 Kenard Lang-(Jr), #90 Kenny Holmes-(Jr), #95 Jerome McDougle-(Jr), #82 Calais Campbell-(So)
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-#1 Jessie Armstead-(Sr), #44 Dan Morgan-(Jr), #53 Nate Webster-(Jr), #17 D.J. Williams-(So), #2Jon Beason-(So)
MLB-#56 Michael Barrow-(Sr), #52 Ray Lewis-(Jr), #51 Jonathan Vilma-(So), #50 Rocky McIntosh-(So)
CB-#23 Duane Starks-(Jr), #48 Ryan McNeil-(Sr), #31 Phillip Buchanon-(Jr), #21 Antrel Rolle-(So), #8 Mike Rumph-(Jr), #22 Kelly Jennings-(So)
FS-#20 Ed Reed-(Jr), #16 Brandon Meriweather-(So)
SS-#36 Bennie Blades-(Sr), #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 NCAA 14 ALUMNI TEAM
Playbook
Offense-Option Run-(Run-58%/Pass-42%)
Defense-4/3
No Huddle-Conservative

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

QB/HB/K #22 Charlie "Choo-Choo" Justice (Sr) 5'10 175

Key Ratings:
OVR-87, SPD-80, BCV-85, AWR-90, THP-75, THA-87, KPW-85, KAC-88

Justice is the most legendary player in the history of North Carolina football. He led UNC to appearances in two Sugar Bowls and a Cotton Bowl.


OLB/DE #98 Lawrence Taylor (Sr) 6'3 235 (4.5 40 time)

Key Ratings:
OVR-99, SPD-86, AGI-87, ACC-97, AWR-96, TAK-96, PMV-99, FMV-99, BSH-97, PUR-99, PRC-90

ACC Player of the Year in 1980. ... 16 sacks and 22 tackles for a loss in 1980. ... Unanimous All-American in 1980. ... 80 tackles and seven forced fumbles in 1979.

Team Resources/Videos
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...ry-125-158.pdf UNC History data

OFFFENSE
QB-#22 Charlie "Choo-Choo" Justice-(Sr/RB/K), #15 Chris Keldorf-(Jr), #10 Oscar Davenport-(Jr), #1 Ronald Curry-(Jr), #4 Darian Durant-(So)
RB-#23 Don McCauley-(Sr/P), #44 Kelvin Bryant-(Sr), #12 Ethan Horton-(Sr/TE), #2 "Famous Amos" Lawrence-(Sr), #20 Natrone Means-(Sr), #32 Leon Johnson-(Jr), #39 Willie Parker-(Jr)
FB-#34 Mike Voight-(Sr), #33 William Henderson-(Sr), #40 Madison Hedgecock-(Jr)
WR-#7 Bucky Brooks-(Sr), #80 Corey Holliday-(Sr), #18 Na Brown-(Jr), #89 Sam Aiken-(Jr), #5 Jawarski Pollock-(So), #88 Hakeem Nicks-(Fr), #19 Brandon Tate-(Fr)
TE-#50 Art Weiner-(Sr), #85 Freddie Jones-(Jr), #82 Algie Crumpler-(Jr)
OT-#67 Harris Barton-(Sr), #76 Kevin Donnalley-(Sr), #60 Brian Blados-(Sr), #75 Garrett Reynolds-(Fr)
OG-#68 Ken Huff-(Sr), #54 David Drechsler-(Sr), #61 Ethan Albright-(Sr), #77 Jeb Terry-(Jr)
C-#62 Rick Donnalley-(Sr), #64 Jeff Saturday-(Jr), #72 Jason Brown-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#71 Marcus Jones-(Sr), #49 Julius Peppers-(Jr), #87 Greg Ellis-(Jr), #86 Ebenezer Ekuban-(Jr), #66 Hilee Taylor-(So)
DT-#95 William Fuller-(Sr), #79 Dee Hardison-(Sr), #90 Vonnie Holliday-(Jr), #99 Ryan Sims-(Jr), #96 Kentwan Balmer-(So), #93 Cam Thomas-(Fr)
OLB-#56 Lawrence "Superman" Taylor-(Sr), #84 Mike Wilcher-(Sr), #43 John Bunting-(Sr), #41 Brian Simmons-(Jr), #30 David Thornton-(Jr), #52 Sedrick Hodge-(Jr)
MLB-#55 Chris Hanburger-(Sr), #53 Dwight Hollier-(Sr), #56 Kivuusama Mays-(Jr), #9 Keith Newman-(Jr)
CB-#46 Torin Dorin-(Sr/RB), #29 Thomas Smith-(Sr), #8 Jimmy Hitchcock-(Sr), #31 Dre' Bly-(Jr), #36 Michael Waddell-(Jr)
FS-#37 Rondell Jones-(Sr), #24 Dexter Reid-(Jr)
SS-#27 Bracy Walker-(Sr), #14 Gerald Sensabaugh-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#45 Jeff Reed-(Jr), #11 Connor Barth-(So)
P-#6 Tommy Barnhardt-(Sr)
KOS-McCauley
Long Snapper-Albright
PR/KR-Bly/"Famous Amos" Lawrence
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MARYLAND
Playbook-Maryland
Offense-Pro Style (Run 53%/Pass-47%)
Defense-3-4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Charlie Wysocki
http://charliewysocki.com/gallery/gallery1.php

Gary Collins
During his three seasons (1959-61) with the Terrapins, he established a number of new school benchmarks, and left his mark on the Atlantic Coast Conference record book as well. In 1961, he finished eighth in number of votes for the Heisman Trophy.

Randy White
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/mul...content.9.html

TEAM RESOURCES/VIDEOS
http://www.viddler.com/explore/cwysocki/videos/1/ Charlie Wysocki - ESPN Story
http://www.umterps.com/sports/m-foot...070709aan.html Terps in the HOF
http://turtlewaxing.blogspot.com/200...cade-team.html All Decade Team
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...ll-time/page/2 10 Best Terps of All-Time
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vau...12/1/index.htm Nehemiah

OFFENSE
QB-#7 Boomer Esiason-(Sr/Lefty), #13 Scott Milanovich-(Jr), #6 Scott McBrien-(Jr/Lefty), #14 Shaun Hill-(Jr), #16 Sam Hollenbach-(So)
RB-#28 Charlie Wysocki-(Sr), #15 Lamont Jordan-(Jr), #1 Bruce Perry-(Jr), #44 Lance Ball-(Jr)
FB-#40 Rick Badanjek-(Sr), #88 Jeff Dugan-(Jr/TE), #38, Cory Jackson-(Fr)
WR-#86 Gary Collins-(Sr/Capt/P), #20 Renaldo Nehemiah-(Sr), #84 Jermaine Lewis-(Jr), #81 Geroy Simon-(Jr), #34 Steve Suter-(So), #83 Derrick Fenner-(So), #8 Darrius Heyward-Bey-(Fr)
TE-#80 Ferrell Edmunds-(Sr), #85 Eric Sievers-(Sr), #19 Mike Tice-(Sr/QB), #82 John Tice-(Sr), #22 Frank Wychek-(Jr), #18 Vernon Davis-(So)
OT-#74 Clarence Jones-(Sr), #76 Walt Rock-(Sr), #71 J.D. Maarleveld-(Sr), #70 Stephon Heyer-(So), #78 Jared Gaither-(So)
OG-#77 Stan Jones-(Sr), #66 Ron Solt-(Sr), #73 Lamar Bryant-(Jr), #72 C.J. Brooks-(So)
C-#60 Kevin Glover-(Sr), #67 Melvin Fowler-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#94 Randy White-(Sr/Capt), #63 Dick Modzelewski-(Sr), #91 Warren Powers-(Sr), #96 Al Wallace-(Jr), #99 Eric Ogbogu-(Jr), #90 Eric Hicks-(Jr), #45 Shawne Merriman-(So)
DT-#75 Ray Krouse-(Sr), #79 Larry Webster-(Sr), #57 Kris Jenkins-(Jr), #98 Charles Hill-(Jr), #92 Randy Starks-(So), #95 Conrad Bolston-(So)
OLB-#50 Bob Pellegrini-(Sr), #32 Leon Joe-(Jr), #51 Eric Barton-(Jr), #11 Erin Henderson-(So)
MLB-#47 Neil Olkewicz-(Sr), #42 E.J. Henderson-(Jr), #56 D'Qwell Jackson-(So)
CB-#30 Chad Scott-(Jr), #37 Lewis Sanders-(Jr), #5 Domonique Foxworth-(So), #4 Josh Wilson-(So), #2 Kevin Barnes-(Fr)
FS-#43 Tony Greene-(Sr), #41 Tom Brown-(Sr), #3 Curome Cox-(Jr)
SS-#24 Lloyd Burruss-(Sr), #10 Madieu Williams-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#46 Nick Novak-(Jr)
P-#36 Adam Podlesh-(So)
LS-Mike Tice
KOS-Podlesh
PR/KR-Lewis/Suter
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Playbook
Offense-Virginia (Pro Style)-(Run-53%/Pass-47%)
No Huddle-Conservative
Defense-3/4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

RB/KR #21 Tiki Barber (Jr, 5'10 200, 4.56 40 Time 35 1/2 vertical)

Key Ratings:
OVR-86, SPD-83, STR-70, AGI-90, ACC-92, AWR-85, BTK-78, TRK-70, ELU-92, BCV-91, SFA-70, SPM-88, JKM-91, CAR-82, CTH-84

Had most 100-yard games (19) in school history, including eight consecutive games in 1996. Excelled in the spotlight, including memorable performances in the 1995 win over #2 Florida State and in a demolition of #13 Texas the following year.


FS #3 Anthony Poindexter (6'1 200, 4.60 40 Time)

Key Ratings:
OVR-83, SPD-81, STR-64, AGI-82, ACC-88, AWR-85, CTH-63, JMP-81, TAK-76, POW-88, PUR-90, PRC-86, MCV-77, ZCV-83

Regarded as one of the fiercest hitters in the game during his collegiate career (1994-98), Poindexter earned first-team All-America honors at safety his junior and senior seasons. He also was chosen the 1998 ACC Defensive Player of the Year and is one of only three players in school history to earn first-team All-ACC recognition three times.

He finished his career with 342 career tackles, the ninth-most in school history and tops among ACC defensive backs. He is tied for fifth in school history with 12 interceptions.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TCFG...eature=channel Best runs in school history
http://deathrattlesports.com/2008032...-Time10-6.html Top 10 Favorite Cavs
http://sports.yahoo.com/news/virgini...99--ncaaf.html All Time top 25 Cavs
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/3...-decade/page/2
http://uvamagazine.org/articles/virg..._quarterbacks/ Top 5 QB's
http://www.hoosfootball.com/Statisti..._Homepage.html UVA Football - Statistics & Historical Data

OFFENSE
QB-#1 Don (Magic Man) Majkowski-(Sr), #12 Shawn Moore-(Sr), #14 Matt Blundin-(Sr), #13 Mike Groh-(Sr), #11 Aaron Brooks-(Jr), #7 Matt Schaub-(Jr), #18 Marques Hagans-(So)
HB-#35 Bullet Bill Dudley-(Sr/P/K), #42 Terry Kirby-(Sr), #21 Tiki Barber-(Jr), #6 Thomas Jones-(Jr), #37 Wali Lundy-(So), #31 Alvin Pearman-(So)
FB-#4 Barry Word-(Sr), #38 Jason Snelling-(So)
WR-#87 Herman Moore-(Sr), #16 John Ford-(Sr), #82 Tyrone Davis-(Jr), #83 Patrick Jeffers-(Sr), #17 Germane Crowell-(Jr), #80 Terrence Wilkins-(Jr), #81 Billy McMullen-(Jr), #20 Kevin Olgletree-(Fr)
TE-#88 Bruce McGonnigal-(Sr), #89 Heath Miller-(Jr), #88 Patrick Estes-(Jr), #84 Tom Santi-(So), #45 Jon Phillips-(Fr)
OT-#73 Jim Dombrowski-(Sr/Capt), #72 Ray Roberts-(Sr), #66 D'Brickashaw Ferguson-(So), ##75 Eugene Monroe-(Fr)
OG-#77 Noel LaMontagne-(Jr), #61 Elton Brown-(Jr), #69 Brad Butler-(So), #71 Branden Albert-(So)
C-#50 John St. Clair-(Jr), #62 Brian Barthelmes-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#85 Chris Slade-(Sr), #59 Jeff Lageman-(Sr), #97 Patrick Kerney-(Jr), #99 Chris Canty-(Jr), #91 Chris Long-(So)
DT-#74 Henry Jordan-(Sr), #98 Monsanto Pope-(Jr), #99 Antonio Dingle-(Jr), #60 Andrew Hoffman-(Jr), #93 Nate Collins-(Fr)
OLB-#92 David Griggs-(Sr), #52 Randy Neal-(Sr), #51 James Farrior-(Jr) #33 Jamie Sharper-(Jr), #56 Daryl Blackstock-(Jr), #53 Clint Sintim-(Fr)
MLB-#65 Tom Scott-(Sr), #44 Wali Rainer-(Jr), #55 Angelo Crowell-(Jr), #34 Ahmad Brooks-(So)
CB-#5 Tony Covington-(Sr), #19 Ronde Barber-(Jr), #23 Antwan Harris-(Jr), #29 Jamaine Winborne-(Jr), #30 Marcus Hamilton-(So), #2 Chris Cook-(Fr)
FS-#25 Keith Lyle-(Sr), #3 Anthony Poindexter-(Jr)
SS-#26 Lester Lyles-(Sr), #27 Percy Ellsworth-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#9 Connor Hughes-(So)
P-Empty Slot/Dudley handles punting duties
LS-Estes
KOS-Dudley
PR/KR-Wilkins/Barber
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Playbook-VIRGINIA TECH
Offense-Pro Style-(Run-67%/Pass-33%)
Defense-4/3

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS-
Mike Vick
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzqXo...eature=related

Cyrus Lawrence
He finished his career at Tech as the school's all-time lead rusher, with a career total of 3,767 yards. Lawrence held the school's single-season rushing record of 1,403 yards until this mark was broken in 2003 by Kevin Jones.

Frank Loria
http://www.hokiesports.com/football/jerseys/loria.html

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.collegiatetimes.com/stori...otball-history Greatest Players Virginia Tech History
http://www.hokiesports.com/football/...ProPlayers.pdf Hokies in the Pro's
http://www.funtrivia.com/en/Sports/V...kies-6223.html Team Trivia

OFFENSE
QB-#16 Don Strock-(Sr), #15 Jim Drunkenmiller-(Jr), #12 Maurice DeShazo-(Jr), #7 Mike Vick-(Jr), #3 Bryan Randall-(So), #5 Marcus Vick-(So)
RB-#45 Cyrus Lawrence-(Sr/Capt), #26 Vaughn Hebron-(Sr), #22 Lee Suggs-(Jr), #25 Kevin Jones-(So)
FB-#46 Tony Paige-(Sr), #43 Doug Easlick-(Jr)
WR-#84 Carroll Dale-(Sr), #80-Antonio Freeman-(Jr), #19 Ernest Wilford-(Jr), #88 Andre Davis-(Jr), #4 Eddie Royal-(So), #81 Josh Morgan-(So), #87 David Clowney-(So)
TE-#85 Steve Johnson-(Sr), #86 John Burke-(Jr/HBK), #90-Jeff King-(So)
OT-#69 Eugene Chung-(Sr), #75 Dave Kadela-(Jr), #57 Anthony Davis-(Jr), #76 Duane Brown-(Fr/TE), #77 Ed "Godzilla" Wang-(Fr)
OG-#73 Jim Pyne-(Jr), #64 Gennaro DiNapoli-(Jr), #79 Todd Washington-(Jr), #68 Matt Lehr-(Jr), #74 Brandon Frye-(So)
C-#60 Bill Conaty-(Jr), #63 Jake Grove-(Jr), #66 Will Montgomery-(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), #49 Chris Ellis-(Fr)
DT-#67 Tom Beasley-(Sr), #71 David Pugh-(Jr), #65 Chad Beasley-(Jr), #50 Jonathan Lewis-(So)
OLB-#47 Mike Widger-(Sr/Rover), #54 Mike Johnson-(Sr), #59 Jessie Penn-(Sr), #41 Cory Bird-(Jr/Rover), #42 James Anderson-(So)
MLB-#60 Buzz Nutter-(Sr/C), #52 Rick Razzano-(Sr), #40 Ben Taylor-(Jr), #11 Xavier Adibi-(So)
CB-#36 Tyrone Drakeford-(Jr), #33 Ike Charlton-(Jr), #23 DeAngelo Hall-(So), #2 Jimmy Williams-(So), #1 Eric Green-(So), #18 Brandon Flowers-(So), #1 Macho Harris-(Fr)
FS-#10 Frank Loria-(Sr), #8 Vincent Fuller-(So)
SS-#32 Pierson Prioleau-(Jr), #14 Nick Sorenson-(Jr/Rover/FS/QB), #30 Aaron Rouse-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#17 Shayne Graham-(Jr)
P-#39 Vinnie Burns-(So)
KOS-Graham
LS-Burke
PR/KR-Hall/Hebron
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Offense-Run Balanced (Multiple) (Run-62%/Pass-38%)
Defense-3/4
No Huddle-Conservative

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

WR-#88 Ricky Proehl (Sr), (6’0 190)

Key Ratings:
OVR-85, SPD-85, AGI-92, ACC-77, AWR-91, CTH-87, SPC-85, CIT-85, RTE-89, JMP-85, RLS-92

He holds the school record for receiving yards (2,949 yards), and touchdowns (25), as well as ranking in the top five in receptions and receiving average. He ended his college years playing in the Blue-Gray Football Classic and the East-West All-Star Game

MLB-#61 Bill George (Sr) 6’2 230

Key Ratings:
OVR-94, SPD-66, STR-72, AGI-78, ACC-72, AWR-94, TAK-94, BSH-99, PUR-93, PRC-94, MCV-58, ZCV-86

A key leader on the Wake Forest Dixie Bowlsquad of 1949 and a three time All Southern Conference selection.

TEAM RESOURCES/VIDEOS
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...de-169-176.pdf
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...de-145-152.pdf
http://theredzone.org/DraftShowSchoo...ol=Wake+Forest

OFFENSE
QB-#16 Norm Snead-(Sr), #11 Mike Elkins-(Sr), #10 Rusty LaRue-(Jr), #11 Riley Skinner-(So)
RB-#31 Brian Piccolo-(Sr), #33 Billy Ray Barnes-(Sr/K), #40 James McDougald-(Sr), #22 Morgan Kane-(Jr), #28 Chris Barclay-(So)
FB-#32 Ovie Mughelli-(Jr)
WR-#88 Ricky Proehl-(Sr), #82 Wayne Baumgardner-(Sr), #80 Todd Dixon-(Sr), #41 James Brim-(Sr), #21 Jammie Deese (Jr), #1 Thabiti Davis-(Jr), #18 Jason Anderson-(Jr), #4 John Stone-(Jr), #21 Kenneth Moore-(So)
TE-#35 John Henry Mills-(Sr), #86 Walter Rasby-(Sr), 83 Desmond Clark-(Jr), #89 Joe Zelenka-(Jr)
OT-#65 Ed George-(Sr), #78 Rich Baldinger-(Sr), #77 Tyson Clabo-(Jr), #79 Michael Collins-(Jr)
OG-#62 Ben Coleman-(Sr), #67 Billy Ard-(Sr), #75 Steve Vallos-(So), #70 Chris DeGeare-(Fr)
C-#61 Tony Mayberry-(Sr), #60 Jim Clack-(Sr), #74 Steve Justice-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#99 Michael McCrary-(Sr/Capt), #91 Jay Williams-(Sr), #93 Calvin Pace-(Jr), #45 Bryan Ray-(Jr), #98 Jeremy Thompson-(So), #55 Jyles Tucker-(So)
DT-#94 Gary Baldinger-(Sr), #90 Fred Robbins-(Jr), #92 Montique Sharpe-(Jr), #97 Nate Bolling-(Jr), #96 Boo Robinson-(Fr)
OLB-#50 Carlos Bradley-(Sr), #38 Ed Bradley-(Sr), #54 David Braxton-(Sr), #59 Aaron Curry-(Fr), #39 Chantz McClinic-(Fr)
MLB-#61 Bill George-(Sr), #52 Ed Stetz-(Sr), #49 Kelvin Moses-(Jr), #43 Dustin Lyman-(Jr), #5 Jon Abbate-(So), #53 Stanley Arnoux-(Fr)
CB-#9 Eric King-(Jr), #8 Reggie Austin-(Jr), #7 Riley Swanson-(So), #2 Alphonso Smith-(Fr), #17 Brandon Ghee-(Fr)
FS-#19 Bill Armstrong-(Sr), #25 Quintin Williams-(Jr), #24 Josh Gattis-(So)
SS-#3 George Coghill-(Sr), #29 Chip Vaughn-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#36 Sam Swank-(Fr)
P-#81 Ryan Plackemeier-(So)
KOS-Swank
LS-Zelenka
KR/PR-Stone/Dixon
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MICHIGAN

Playbook-Michigan
Offense-Pro Style-(Run-55%/Pass-45%)
Defense-4/3

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Rick Leach
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nam4sX1i7fo
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vau...8601/index.htm

Curtis Greer
Greer was a 1979 All-America selection. He set a Michigan record for tackles-for-a-loss in a season (23) and career (48). He was a two-time First-team All-Big Ten Conference selection (1978-79) and helped lead the Wolverines to three conference championships and four bowls.

Chris Hutchinson
In 1992, Hutchinson also set the school's single season record for quarterback sack yardage with 99 and tied the single season sack record with eleven. The Detroit News recently published a list of the Top Michigan athletes by jersey number in any professional or collegiate sport. Hutchinson was selected as the best athlete to wear number 97.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRakt...eature=related Wolverines historical play-makers
http://motownsportsrevival.blogspot....l-players.html 100 Greatest Wolvirines
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vau...14/1/index.htm All-Time
http://isportsweb.com/2009/07/20/mic...-quarterbacks/

OFFENSE
QB-#7 Rick Leach-(Sr), #4 Jim Harbaugh-(Sr), #9 Dennis Franklin-(Sr), #10 Tom Brady-(Jr), #14 Brian Greise-(Jr), #11 Chad Henne-(So)
RB-#98 Tom Harmon-(Sr/P/K), #23 Jamie Morris-(Sr), Tyrone Wheatley-(Jr), Anthony "A-Train" Thomas-(Jr), #31 Tim Biakabutka-(Jr), #24 Chris Perry-(So), #20 Mike Hart-(So)
FB-#41 Rob Lytle-(Sr)
WR-#1 Anthony Carter-(Sr), #21 Desmond Howard-(Sr), #47 Bennie Oosterbaan-(Sr), #85 Derrick Alexander-(Jr), #82 David Terrell-(Jr), #84 Marquis Walker-(Jr), #17 Braylon Edwards-(So), #15 Steve Breaston-(So), #86 Mario Manningham-(So)
TE-#87 Ron Kramer-(Sr), #88 Jim Mandich-(Sr), #89 Jerame Tuman-(Jr), #83 Bennie Joppru-(Jr)
OT-#72 Dan Diedorf-(Sr), #73 Jumbo Elliot-(Sr), #71 John Jansen-(Jr), #79 Jef Backus-(Jr), #77 Jake Long-(So)
OG-#54 Tom Mack-(Sr), #65 Reggie McKenzie-(Sr), #75 Greg Skrepanek-(Sr), #76 Steve Hutchinson-(Jr)
C-#51 Steve Everitt-(Jr), #64 David Baas-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#95 Curtis Greer-(Sr), #91 Glen Steel-(Jr), #96 James Hall-(Jr), #56 LaMarr Woodley-(So), #42 Shawn Crable-(Fr), #55 Brandon Graham-(Fr)
DT-#60 Mark Messner-(Sr), #97 Chris Hutchinson-(Sr), #78 Gabe Watson-(So), #80 Alan Branch-(So)
OLB-#53 Mel Owens-(Sr), #40 Ron Simpkins-(Sr), #52 Ian Gold-(Jr), #55 Dhani Jones-(Jr), #46 Victor Hobson-(Jr)
MLB-#37 Jarett Irons-(Jr), #93 Sam Sword-(Jr), #50 Larry Foote-(Jr), #45 David Harris-(So)
CB-#5 Dave Brown-(Sr), #26 Dwight Hicks-(Sr), #2 Charles Woodson-(Jr/Capt), #22 Ty Law-(Jr), #3 Marlin Jackson-(So), #29 Leon Hall-(So)
FS-#35 Thom Darden-(Sr), #30 Tripp Welborne-(Sr), #12 Cato June-(Jr)
SS-#25 Tom Curtis-(Sr), #28 Ernest Shazor-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#19 Remy Hamilton-(Jr)
P-"Old #98" Harmon
LS-Kramer
KOS-Harmon
PR/KR-Woodson/Howard
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MICHIGAN ST
Playbook-Michigan St
Offense-Pro Style-(Run-54%/Pass-46%)
Defense-3/4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
Billy Joe DuPree
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...terrors#page/3

Percy Snow
http://www.msuspartans.com/sports/m-...100210aah.html
Turned in 11 performances of double-digit tackles in 1989 and notched a career-high 23 takedowns against Illinois, finished eighth in the Heisman Trophy voting that season in addition to winning both the Butkus and Lombardi Awards.

George Webster
A two-time all-American (1965-66). … Webster helped to revolutionize college defenses by defining the "Rover" position – which was a linebacker/safety hybrid. Spartans fans voted Webster the greatest player in Spartans history in 1969. No one has yet come along to challenge that honor.

Team Resources/Videos
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...e-section8.pdf
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eT_ZuY63qKw Michigan State Spartans Football- Fight song
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJqRJ...eature=related Tony Mandarich
http://mortenandersen.com/main/photos Morten Anderson
http://spartanstars.home.comcast.net...sufootball.htm Spartan Alumni's

OFFENSE
QB-#21 Earl Morrall-(Sr), #16 Jimmy Raye-(Sr), #12 Tony Banks-(Jr), #9 Jeff Smoker-(So), #5 Drew Stanton-(So), #7 Brian HOyer-(Fr)
RB-#34 Lorenzo White-(Sr), #35 Tico Duckett-(Sr), #33 Sedrick Irvin-(Jr), #8 T.J. Duckett-(Jr), #20 DeAndre Cobb-(So), #39 Javon Ringer-(Fr)
FB-#27 Clarence Peaks-(Sr), #45 Ty Hallock-(Jr/LB)
WR-#84 Gene Washington-(Sr), #23 Kirk Gibson-(Sr), #1 Andre "Bad Moon" Rison-(Sr), #19 Courtney Hawkins-(Sr), #80 Derrick Mason-(Jr), #87 Muhsin Muhammad-(Jr), #81 Charles Rogers-(So), #4 Plaxico Burress-(Jr), #11 Devin Thomas-(So)
TE-#89 Billy Joe Dupree-(Sr/Capt), #82 Chris Baker-(So), #86 Kellen Davis-(Fr)
OT-#79 Tony Mandarich-(Sr), #57 Norm Masters-(Sr), #74 Greg Randall-(Jr), #76 Flozell Adams-(Jr)
OG-#59 Joe DeLamielleure-(Sr), #70 Ron Saul-(Sr), #77 Eric Moten-(Sr), #73 Brian DeMarco-(Jr), #63 Shane Hannah-(Jr), #64 Tupe Peko-(Jr)
C-#61 Rich Saul-(Sr), #51 Chris Morris-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#95 Bubba Smith-(Sr), #88 Larry Bethea-(Sr), #99 Dimitius Underwood-(Jr), #91 Robaire Smith-(Jr), #94 Jonal Saint-Dic-(So)
DT-#92 Bobby Wilson-(Sr), #97 Josh Shaw-(Jr), #96 Domato Pecko-(So), #93 Matthias Askew-(So), #78 Clifton Ryan-(So), #72 Ogemdi Nwagbou-(So)
OLB-#58 Carl Banks-(Sr), #30 Danny Bass-(Sr), #55 Dixon Edwards-(Sr), #83 Rob Fredrickson-(Jr), #98 Julian Peterson-(Jr), #56 Ike Reese-(Jr)
MLB-#48 Percy Snow-(Sr/Capt), #47 Anthony Bell-(Sr), #50 Josh Thornhill-(So)
CB-#26 Herb Adderley-(Sr), #40 Geroge Saimes-(Sr), #31 Lonnie Young-(Sr), #15 Renaldo Hill-(Jr), #19 Jeremy Ware-(Fr)
FS-#10 Brad Van Pelt-(Sr/LB), #42 Myron Bell-(Jr)
SS-#90 George Webster-(Sr/LB), #36 Eric Smith-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#18 Morten Anderson-(Sr)
P-#6 Greg Montgomery-(Sr)
LS-Norm Masters
KOS-Anderson
KR/PR-Mason/Adderley
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OHIO ST
Playbook-Ohio St
Offense-Run Balanced-(Run-62%/Pass-38%)
Defense-3/4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Rex Kern
Kern was the leader of the Super Sophs, a group that won two national championships. The QB ran for over 500 yards in all three seasons as a starter, and was a top five Heisman candidate twice.

Archie Griffin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBSQi...eature=related

Bill Willis
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/3...istory#page/46

Jack Tatum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EN7br...eature=related

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.columbusalive.com/live/co...ckeyes/10.html The 100 Greatest Buckeyes of All Time
http://www.lougrozaaward.com/ Groza
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gef1j...eature=related Ohio St through the ages
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ohio_St...l-Century_Team All-Century Team
http://web.me.com/marcus_hartman/Mar...e_2000-09.html All Decade team 00-09

OFFENSE
QB-#10 Rex Kern-(Sr/Capt), #14 Bobby Hoying-(Jr), #16 Joe Germaine-(Jr), #18 Troy Smith-(So), #15 Craig Krenzel-(So)
RB-#45 Archie Griffin-(Sr), #27 Eddie George-(Jr), #23 Robert Smith-(Jr), #25 Antonio Pittman-(So), #28 Beanie Wells-(Fr)
FB-#41 Keith Byars-(Sr)
Wr-#42 Paul Warfield-(Sr), #80 Chris Carter-(Sr), #9 David Boston-(Jr), #84 Joey Galloway-(Jr), #83 Terry Glenn-(Jr), #7 Ted Ginn Jr-(So), #4 Santonio Holmes-(So), #12 Michael Jenkins-(So), #81 Brian Robiskie-(Fr)
TE-#86 Ricky Dudley-(Jr), #88 Ben Hartsock-(Jr)
OT-#74 John Hicks-(Sr), #75 Orlando Pace-(Jr), #78 Kory Stringer-(Jr), #71 Kirk Barton-(So), #73 Alex Boone-(Fr)
OG-#62 Big Jim Parker-(Sr), #64 Jim Lachey-(Sr), #68 LeCharles Bentley-(Jr), #77 Rob Sims-(So)
C-#57 Jeff Uhlenhake-(Sr), #55 Nick Mangold-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#68 Jim Stillwagon-(Sr), #70 Jim Marshall-(Sr), #94 Mike Vrabel-(Jr), #97 Kenny Peterson-(Jr), #93 Will Smith-(So), #50 Vernon Gholston-(Fr)
DT-#72 Dan "Big Daddy" Wilkinson-(Jr), #79 Ryan Pickett-(Jr), #54 Tim Anderson-(Jr), Darrion Scott-(So)
OLB-#53 Randy Gradishar-(Sr), #36 Chris Spielman-(Sr), #59 Na il Diggs-(Jr), #52 Bobby Carpenter-(So), #47 A.J. Hawk-(So)
MLB-#26 Tom Cousineau-(Sr), #98 Pepper Johnson-(Sr), #46 Andy Katzenmoyer-(Jr), #35 Matt Wilhelm-(Jr), #33 James Laurinaitis-(Fr)
CB-#24 Shawn Springs-(Jr), #11 Antoine Winfield-(Jr), #19 Ahmed Plummer-(Jr), #20 Nate Clements-(Jr), #6 Chris Gamble-(So), #22 Ashton Youboty-(So), #29 Malcolmn Jenkins-(Fr)
FS-#13 Tim Fox-(Sr), #2 Mike Doss-(Jr), #14 Will Allen-(So)
SS-#99 Bill Willis-(Sr/Capt/DE), #32 Jack "The Assassin" Tatum-(Sr), #39 Donte Whitner-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#76 Lou "The Toe" Groza-(Sr/OL/K), #85 Mike Nugent-(So)
P-#1 Jim Skladany-(Sr)
LS-"Big Jim" Parker
KOS-Groza
PR/KR-Galloway/Ginn Jr
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PENN ST

TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Penn St
Offense-Run Balanced-(Run-60%/Pass-40%)
Defense-3-4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Curt Warner
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJbSwFtAe70

Lenny "Rocket" Moore
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VX19imZXcQQ

Mike Reid
In 1969, he won the Outland Trophy for being the best interior lineman in college football and the Maxwell Award for being the top college football player.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.nittanyanthology.com/All-...lfCentury.html All-Time roster
http://www.nittanyanthology.com/Linebackers.html LB "U"
http://pennstate.scout.com/2/940113.html All Decade Team

OFFENSE
QB-#14 Todd Blackledge-(Sr), #12 Kerry Collins-(Jr), #7 Michael Robinson-(So), #17 Daryl Clark-(Fr)
RB-#23 Lydell Mitchell-(Sr), #28 Curt Warner-(Sr/Capt), #22 John Cappelletti-(Sr), #30 Blair Thomas-(Sr), #32 Ki Jana Carter-(Jr), #39 Curtis Enis-(Jr), #5 Larry Johnson-(Jr), #26 Tony Hunt-(So)
FB-#34 Franco Harris-(Sr), #49 Sean McHugh-(So)
WR-#42 Lenny "Rocket" Moore-(Sr/Capt), #21 Kenny Jackson-(Sr), #24 O.J. McDuffie-(Sr), #10 Bobby Engram-(Jr), #83 Joe Jurevicus-(Jr), #80 Bryant Johnson-(Jr),#3 Deon Butler-(Fr), #2 Derrick Williams-(Fr)
TE-#82 Ted Kwalic-(Sr), #81 Kyle Brady-(Jr), #84 Mickey Shuler Jr-(Fr), #20 Andrew Quarless-(Fr)
OT-#70 Irv Pankey-(Sr), #71 Keith Dorney-(Sr), #67 Levi Brown-(So), #64 Kareem McKenzie-(Jr)
OG-#62 Mike Munchak-(Sr), #66 Steve Wisniewski-(Sr), #50 Jeff Hartings-(Jr), #54 Marco Rivera-(Jr), #61 Rich Ohrnberger-(Fr)
C-#72 Tom Rafferty-(Sr), #57 A.Q. Shipley-(Fr)

DEFENSE
DE-#89 Dave Robinson-(Sr), #86 Courtney Brown-(Jr), #88 Michael Haynes-(Jr), #91 Tamba Hali-(So), #59 Aaron Maybin-(Fr)
DT-#68 Mike Reid-(Sr/Capt), #60 Matt Millen-(Sr), #93 Brandon Noble-(Jr), #98 Anthony Adams-(Jr), #73 Jimmy Kennedy-(Jr),#13 Jay Alford-(Fr)
OLB-#31 Shane Conlan-(31), #55 Andre Collins-(Sr), #11 LaVar Arrington-(Jr), #51 Paul Posluszny-(So), #45 Sean Lee-(Fr)
MLB-#33 Jack Ham-(Sr), #35 Dennis Onkotz-(Sr), #43 Brandon Short-(Jr), #40 Dan Connor-(So)
CB-#28 Piero Pete Harris-(Sr), #27 David Macklin-(Jr), #29 Bhawon Jue-(Jr), #8 Alan Zemaitis-(So), #1Justin King-(So)
FS-#9 Darren Perry-(Sr), #4 Bryan Scott-(Jr), #19 Calvin Lowry-(So)
SS-#47 Michael Zordich-(Sr), #44 Kim Herring-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#6 Brett Conway-(Jr),
P-#41 John Bruno-(Sr)
LS-Shipley
KOS-Conway
PR/KR-Moore/Mitchell
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NCAA 14 ALUMNI PURDUE BOILERMAKERS

PLAYBOOK
Offense-(Purdue/Pro Style-(Run-50/Pass-50)
No Huddle-Conservative
Defense-3-4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

QB-#15 Drew Brees (Jr), (6'0 213, 4.83 40 time, 32 inch vertical)

Key Ratings:
OVR-91, SPD-70, AWR-88, STR-68, THP-84, THA-93

The facts: Three-year starter from 1998-2000. ... Finished his career as the Big Ten's all-time leading passer, a record he still holds. ... Led Purdue to its first Big Ten title in 33 years and its second trip to the Rose Bowl. ... Won the Maxwell Award as the nation's top player in 2000. ... Finished third in the Heisman voting in 2000 and fourth in 1999.

CB-#26 Rod Woodson (Sr), (6'0 200, 4.38 40 Time)

Key Ratings:
OVR-92, SPD-92, STR-69, AGI-93, ACC-93, AWR-97, CTH-86, JMP-81, TAK-75, PRC-97, MCV-90, ZCV-97, RET-99

Woodson's four years as a Boilermaker truly were special, as he was named first-team All-Big Ten three times, including being a consensus pick following his junior and senior seasons. Woodson's exceptional career numbers still fill the Purdue record book two decades later. He remains the school's career leader for interceptions returned for touchdowns (three - tied), fumble recoveries (seven - tied) and combined return yards (2,014). He also continues to rank among the top four all-time in interceptions (11), solo tackles (320) and total tackles (445).

Team Resources/Videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_9f9xe_8Xs Flashback Drew Brees
http://www.indysportslegends.com/201..****nning-backs/ Top 10 RB's
https://purdue.rivals.com/content.as...2517&PT=4&PR=2 Top WR's & TE's
https://purdue.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1666487 Top OL
https://purdue.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1668749 Top DL
https://purdue.rivals.com/content.as...4066&PT=4&PR=2 Top DB’s
https://purdue.rivals.com/content.as...892&CID=301636 Top Jersey #'s

OFFENSE
QB-#12 Bob Greise-(Sr/P), #16 Len Dawson-(Sr/K), #17 Mike Phipps-(Sr), #11 Jim Everett-(Sr), #15 Drew Brees-(Jr), #18 Kyle Orton-(Jr), #7 Curtis Painter-(Fr)
RB-#23 LeRoy Keyes-(Sr/DB/K), #24 Otis Armstrong-(Sr), #25 Mel Gray-(Sr), #3 Montrell LOwe-(Jr), #22 Kory Sheets-(Fr)
FB-#40 Mike Alstott-(Sr), #38 Mike Pruitt-(Sr)
WR-#84 Daryl Stingley-(Sr), #88 Calvin Williams-(Sr), #83 Brian Alford-(Jr), #14 Vinny Sutherland-(Jr), #21 Taylor Stubblefield-(Jr), #82 John Standeford-(Jr), #9 Dorien Bryant-(So), #2 Greg Orton-(Fr)
TE-#80 Dave Young-(Sr), #89 Tim Stratton-(Jr), #28 Dustin Keller-(So)
OT-#75 Karl Singer-(Sr), #77 Brandon Gorin-(Jr), #78 Todd Light-(Jr) #71 Kelly Butler-(Jr), #65 Mike Otto-(So)
OG-#67 Scott Conover-(Sr), #55 Ian Allen-(Jr), #56 Chukky Okobi-(Jr), #76 Uwe Nwaneri-(So)
C-#61 Nick Hardwick-(Jr/Capt), #79 Gene Mruczkowski-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#81 Lamar Lundy-(Sr), #59 Rosevelt Colvin-(Jr), #53 Shaun Phillips-(Jr), #10 Ray Edwards-(So), #93 Rob Ninkovich-(So), #49 Anthony Spencer-(So), #32 Cliff Avril-(So)
DT-#62 Dave Butz-(Sr), #41 Jeff Zgonina-(Sr), #94 Craig Terrill-(Jr), #92 Mike Neal-(Fr)
OLB-#85 Keena Turner-(Sr/Capt), #54 Chike Okeafor-(Jr), #47 Landon Johnson-(Jr), #6 Gilbert Gardner-(Jr), #51 Joe Odom-(Jr), #57 Stanford Keglar-(So)
MLB-#55 Fred Strickland-(Sr), #58 Kevin Motts-(Sr), #13 Akin Ayondele-(Jr), #34 Niko Koutouvides-(Jr)
CB-#26 Rod Woodson-(Sr), #19 Cris Dishman-(Sr), #44 Enrich Barnes-(Sr), #1 Steve Jackson-(Sr), #33 Jimmy Young-(Sr), #37 Michael Hawthorne-(Jr), #8 Jacques Reeves-(So)
FS-#43 Tim Foley-(Sr), #29 Stuart Schweigert-(Jr)
SS-#7 Adrian Beasley-(Jr), #31 Bernard Pollard-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#30 Travis Dorsch-(Jr/P)
P-Griese, Dorsch
LS-Mruczkowski
KOS-Dorsch
PR/KR-Woodson/Gray
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INDIANA
Playbook-Indiana
Offense-Option Offense-(51% Run/49% Pass)
Defense-3-3-5

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
Antwaan Randle El
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...nged-a-program
Randle El was the first player in Division I history to pass for 40 career touchdowns and score 40 career rushing touchdowns, was the Big Ten Player of the Year in 2001, and was named the first-team All-American quarterback by the Football Writers Association of America.

Pete Pihos
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/mul...content.5.html

Earl Faison
http://virginiasportshalloffame.com/...ct_faison.html
The 6-foot-5, 260 pound Faison had been an All-American at Indiana University, playing on both offense and defense. Inducted into the Indiana University Hall of Fame in 1990.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.indiana.edu/~radiotv/wtiu...es/taliaferro/ George Taliaferro
http://mail.aol.com/32761-111/aim-6/...eAs=930267.htm IU's All Decade Team
http://www.heraldtimesonline.com/sto...qp-0317452.sto IU's Legends
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEYkc_zbqpE Joe Norman
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WffR7...eature=related 1987 IU DEFEATS MICHIGAN

OFFENSE
QB-#10 Trent Green-(Sr), #7 Babe Laufenberg-(Sr), #16 Dave Schnell-(Sr), #11 Antwann Randle El-(Jr/Wr), #17 Gibran Hamdan-(So)
RB-#32 Anthony Thompson-(Sr), #24 Vaughn Dunbar-(Sr), #12 Bob Hoernschmeyer-(Sr), #5 LeVron Williams-(Jr), #23 Alex Smith-(Jr), #30 Chris Taylor-(So)
FB-#33 Ernie Thompson-(Sr), #31 Jeremi Johnson-(Jr)
WR-#35 Pete "Big Dog" Pihos-(Sr/Capt), #27 Ernie Jones-(Sr), #88 Bill Malinchak-(Sr), #84 Mike Freide-(Sr), #8 Thomas Lewis-(Jr), #19 Courtney Roby-(So), #82 James Hardy-(Fr), #13 Andrew Means-(Fr)
TE-#89 Tim Jorden-(Sr), #87 Aaron Halterman-(So), #34 John Pannozzo-(So/LB)
OT-#76 Bob Skoronski-(Sr), #78 Doug Crusan-(Sr), #64 Andrew Greene-(Sr), #74 Chris Liwienski-(Jr), #61 Issac Sowells-(So), #79 Rodger Saffold-(Fr)
OG-#66 Randy Beisler-(Sr), #60 Eric Moore-(Sr), #70 Enoch DeMar-(Jr), #75 Victor Allotey-(Jr), #65 Justin Frye-(So)
C-#62 Ian Beckles-(Sr), #71 Craig Osika-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#86 Earl Faison-(Sr/Capt), #93 Adawale Uguleye-(Jr), #92 Kemp Rasmussen-(Jr), #94 Victor Adeyanju-(So), #57 Jammie Kirlew-(Fr)
DT-#77 Carl Barzilauskus-(Sr), #96 Nolan Harrison-(Sr), #97 Bernard Whittington-(Jr), #99 Hurvin McCormack-(Jr), #68 Kris Dielman-(So/OL)
OLB-#52 Van Waiters-(Sr), #53 Joe Norman-(Sr), #55 Justin Smith-(Jr), #43 Kyle Killion-(So)
MLB-#54 Jim Sniadecki-(Sr), #45 Matt Mayberry-(Fr)
CB-#44 George Taliaferro-(Sr), #40 Marv Woodson-(Sr), #48 Tim Wilbur-(Sr), #22 Dave Whitsell-(Sr), #25 Lance Brown-(Jr), #37 Marcus Floyd-(Jr), #28 Leslie Majors-(So), #9 Tracy Porter-(Fr)
FS-#38 Mike Dumas-(Sr), #21 Herana-Daze Jones-(So)
SS-#36 Eric Smedley-(Jr), #39 Will Myers-(So)

Special Teams
K-#3 Pete Stoyanovich-(Sr), #18 Austin Starr-(Fr)
P-#4 Dan Stryzinski-(Sr)
KR/PR-Woodson/Lewis
LS-Pannozzo
KOS-Starr
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ILLINOIS 2011 ALUMNI TEAM
Playbook-Illinois
Offense-Pro Style-(54% Run/46% Pass)
Defense-3-4

IMPACT/ALL-AMERICAN PLAYERS
Harold Red Grange
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHKMQ...eature=related
Three-time All-America, 1923-1925. . . Earned "Galloping Ghost" fame as whirling dervish runner at Illinois.

Dick Butkus
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHKMQ...eature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvdKH...eature=related

Craig Swoope
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwjQ3gExL2A
He was a second-team All-American and four-time All-Big Ten selection for the Illini, and as of 2009 is third all-time on Illinois' career interceptions list.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.illinihq.com/news/footbal..._best_of_best/ Best Of The Best
http://www.fightingillini.com/sports...rterbacks.html QB Tradition
http://www.fightingillini.com/sports...nebackerU.html LB U
http://www.fightingillini.com/sports...052108aaa.html Top 10 DB's
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95QASI4eQ_A Cap Boso
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbQr2...eature=related Ken Dilger

OFFENSE
QB-#11 Jeff George-(Sr), #3 Tony Eason-(Sr), Jack Trudeau-(Sr), #15 Kirt Kittner-(Jr), #7 Juice Williams-(Fr)
RB-#77 Harold Red Grange-(Sr), #49 Bobby Mitchell-(Sr/Wr), #35 Robert Holcombe-(Jr), #30 Pierre Thomas-(So), #5 Rashard Mendenhall-(Fr)
FB-#33 Jim Grabowski-(Sr), #29 Howard Griffith-(Sr), #43 Jameel Cook-(Jr), #34 Jason Davis-(So)
WR-#1 David Williams-(Sr), #2 Mike Bellamy-(Sr), #17 Greg Lewis-(Jr), #14 Walter Young-(Jr), #6 Brandon Lloyd-(So), #86 Aaron Moorhead-(So)
TE-#82 Cap Boso-(Sr), #87 Ken Dilger-(Jr), #16 Michael Hoomanawanui-(Fr)
OT-#89 Doug Dieken-(Sr/TE), #72 Brad Hopkins-(Sr) #79 Tony Pashos-(Jr), #73 Sean Bubin-(So), #68 Xavier Fulton-(Fr)
OG-#74 Ernie McMillan-(Sr), #66 Joe Juriga-(Sr), #78 Ken Blackman-(Sr), #64 David Diehl-(So)
C-#76 Jerry Sturm-(Sr), #71 Luke Butkus-(Jr), #75 Duke Preston-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#90 Scott Davis-(Sr), #88 Ed O'Bradovich-(Sr), #97 Simeon Rice-(Jr), #99 Fred Wakefield-(Jr), #81 Will Davis-(Fr), #91 Derrick Walker-(Fr)
DT-#95 Moe Gardner-(Sr), #96 Don Thorp-(Sr), #94 Mel Agee-(Sr), #65 Brandon Moore-(Jr/OL), #58 Jeff Ruffin-(Jr)
OLB-#67 Scott Studwell-(Sr), #59 Jack Squirek-(Sr), #51 Kevin Hardy-(Jr), #54 Danny Clark-(Jr)
MLB-#50 Dick Butkus-(Sr), #32 Ray "Wild Man" Nitschke-(Sr), #48 Darrick Brownlow-(Sr), #52 John Holecek-(Jr), #40 Dana Howard-(Jr)
CB-#41 Abe Woodson-(Sr/RB), #26 J.C. Caroline-(Sr/RB), #28 Eugene Wilson-(Jr), #21 Scott Turner-(Jr), #25 Christian Morton-(So), #24 Kelvin Hayden-(So), #20 Alan Ball-(So), #10 Vontae Davis-(Fr)
FS-#23 Al Brosky-(Sr), #12 Craig Swoope-(Sr)
SS-#18 Henry Jones-(Sr), #22 Bobby Jackson-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#98 Neil Rackers-(Jr)
P-#37 Steve Weatherford-(So)
KOS-Rackers
LS-Luke Butkus
PR/KR-Caroline/Bellamy
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IOWA
Playbook-Iowa
Offense-Pro Style-(Run-52%/Pass-48%)
Defense-4/3

IMPACT PLAYERS/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Chuck Long
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xeeY72v_lCQ
The NCAA record book credits him with career totals: 64 touchdowns, 692 completions, 9210 yards. If bowl games are added, these totals are 74, 782 and 10,461. He's the first man to pass 10,000 yards.

Andre Tippett
http://www.bigten.org/genrel/020909aaa.html
First Team ConsensusAll-American, 1981; Two time First Team All Big Ten, 1980, '81; Led Big Ten in tackles for loss (20 tackles for 153 yards), 1980; Hold's Iowa's season record for tackles of loss yardage with 153 yards in 20 tackles.

Paul Krause
In his time at the University of Iowa, Krause pulled double-duty as a wide receiver on offense and cornerback on defense. Though he is known in the professional ranks for the latter position, as a senior, Krause pulled in six touchdown receptions in a single game—tying a Hawkeye record.

Bob Sanders
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/3...de-bob-sanders

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glpXQ...eature=related Cook
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...defense#page/2 All Time Defense
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/9...history#page/2 Top 10 Players
http://iowa.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1029766 All Decade Team 00-09
http://www.hawkeyesports.com/sports/...022205aaa.html Roby
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U57EhlucnOE Tavian Banks

OFFENSE
QB-#16 Chuck Long-(Sr), #25 Randy Duncan-(Sr), #7 Brad Banks-(Jr), #5 Drew Tate-(So)
RB-#24 Nile Kinnick-(Sr/K), #22 Ronnie Harmon-(Sr), #21 Tavian Banks-(Jr), #20 Sedrick Shaw-(Jr), #46 Ladell Betts-(Jr), #2 Fred Russell-(So), #10 Albert Young-(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), #17 Scott Chandler-(So), #83 Brandon Myers-(Fr), #81Terry Moeaki-(Fr)
OT-#76 John Alt-(Sr), #77 Ron Hallstrom-(Sr), #73 Ross Verba-(Jr), #78 Robert Gallery-(Jr), #70 Marshal Yanda-(So), #79 Bryan Bulaga-(Fr)
OG-#62 Calvin Jones-(Sr/Capt), #68 Mike Goff-(Jr), #56 Eric Steinbach-(Jr), #75 Seth Olsen-(Fr)
C-#63 Jay Hilgenberg-(Sr), #53 Joel Hilgenberg-(Sr), #72 Bruce Nelson-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#99 Andre Tippett-(Sr), #8 LeRoy Smith-(Sr), #54 Aaron Kampman-(Jr), #31 Mike Roth-(So), #92 Kenny Iwebema-(So)
DT-#71 Alex Karras-(Sr), #64 Mike Wells-(Jr), #94 Jared Devries-(Jr), #45 Jonathan Babineaux-(So), #93 Colin Cole-(Jr), #47 Mitch King-(Fr)
OLB-#36 Larry Station-(Sr), #59 LeVar Woods-(Jr), #18 Chad Greenway-(So), #51 Paul Angerer-(Fr)
MLB-#58 Wally Hilgenberg-(Sr), #35 Brad Quast-(Sr), ), #52 Abdul Hodge-(So)
CB-#32 Emlen "The Gremlin" Tunnell-(Sr), #34 Bob Jeter-(Sr/RB), #12 Tom Knight-(Jr), #26 Jovon Johnson-(So), #13 Charles Godfrey-(So), #29 Bradley Fletcher-(Fr), #19 Amari Spievey-(Fr)
FS-#42 Paul Krause-(Sr/Capt), #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)
KOS-Kaeding
LS-Joel Hilgenberg
PR/KR-Kinnick/Dwight
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MINNESOTA TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Minnesota
Offense-Army-(Run-65%/Pass-35%)
Defense-3/4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Tony Dungy
http://www.bigten.org/genrel/020707aab.html
Starring as the Gophers quarterback from 1973-76, Dungy posted impressive offensive numbers that left him fourth in total offense among all players in the history of the Big Ten Conference. A two-time team MVP, Dungy finished his career as a four-year starter and the Gophers' career leader in pass attempts (576), completions (274), touchdown passes (25), and passing yards (3,577).

Darrell Thompson
http://www.gopherhole.com/modules.ph...article&sid=46

Bobby Bell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0Xcc...eature=related
Bell wound up becoming a two-time All-America performer at tackle and was awarded the coveted Outland Trophy, given annually to the nation's top interior lineman following the 1962 season. He won the Big Ten Most Valuable Player award and finished third in the Heisman voting in 1961.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.bigten.org/genrel/020707aab.html Top 20 All-Time Golphers
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
http://www.gopherhole.com/modules.ph...rticle&sid=894 Remembering the Metro Dome

OFFENSE
QB-#9 Tony Dungy-(Sr/FS), #14 Ricky Foggie-(Sr), #15 Sandy Stephens-(Sr), #8 Asad Abdul Khaliq-(Jr), #13 Bryan Cupito-(So)
RB-#39 Darrell Thompson-(Sr/Capt), #41 Marion Barber II-(Sr), #44 Chris Darkins-(Jr), #32 Tellis Redmon-(Jr), #21 Marion Barber III-(So), #22 Lawrence Maroney-(So)
FB-#72 Bronco Nagurski-(Sr), #34 Thomas Tapeh-(Jr)
WR-#40 Ric Upchurch-(Sr), #12 Chris Gaiters-(Sr), #80 Omar Douglas-(Jr), #1 Tutu Atwell-(Jr), #4 Ryan Thelwell-(Jr), #3 Ron Johnson-(Jr), #85 Logan Payne-(So), #83 Jared Ellerson-(So), #10 Ernie Wheelwright-(So), #7 Eric Decker-(Fr)
TE-#88 Charlie Sanders-(Sr/Capt), #48 Derek Rackley-(Jr), #82 Ben Utecht-(Jr), #89 Matt Spaeth-(So)
OT-#76 John Williams-(Sr), #60 Matt Herkenhoff-(Sr), #71 Keith Fahnhorst-(Sr), #74 Rian Melander-(So), #70 Matt Anderle-(Jr), #64 Adam Hayer-(Jr), #75 Jake Kuppe-(Jr)
OG-#58 Gale Gillingham-(Sr), #57 Troy Wolkow -(Sr), #55 Ben Hamilton-(Jr), #68 Mark Setterstrom-(So)
C-#59 Brian Williams-(Sr), #61 Greg Eslinger-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#76 Carl Eller-(Sr), #87 Aaron Brown-(Sr), #56 Lamanzer Williams-(Jr), #50 Greg White-(Jr), #93 Darrell Reid-(So), #91 Karon Riley-(Jr), #94 William VanDeSteeg-(Fr)
DT-#73 Leo "The Lion" Nomellini-(Sr), #69 Tom Brown-(Sr), #99 John Schlecht-(Jr), ##95 Anthony Montgomery-(So)
OLB-#78 Bobby Bell-(Sr/Capt), #84 Bob Stein-(Sr), #52 Craig Sauer-(Jr), #97 Ben Mazera-(Jr)
MLB-#77 Karl Mecklenburg-(Sr), #57 Jim Fahnhorst-(Sr), #53 Pete Narjarian-(Sr)
CB-#35 Kerry Glenn-(Sr), #42 Willie Middlebrooks-(Jr), #24 Jimmy Wyrick-(Jr), #36 Michael Lehan-(Jr), #24 Trumaine Banks-(So)
FS-#26 Sean Lumpkin-(Sr), #2 Jack Brewer-(Jr)
SS-#20 Tyrone Carter-(Jr), #23 Dominique Barber-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#28 Chip Lohmiller-(Sr)
P-#16 Rhys Lloyd-(So)
KOS-Lloyd
LOS-Rackley
KR/PR-Gaiters/Upchurch
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NORTHWESTERN NCAA 14 ALUMNI TEAM (Assisted by Spartan Warrior)

OFFENSE-Northwestern (Spread)-(RUN-59%/PASS 41%)
NO HUDDLE-CONSERVATIVE
DEFENSE-4/3 MULTIPLE

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

QB #48 Otto "Automatic" Graham (Sr, 6'0 200)

Key Ratings:
OVR-98, SPD-72, AGI-88, ACC-90, AWR-92, THP-87, THA-95, BCV-87, KPW-87, KAC-59

The stats: Moved from tailback to quarterback his junior year and completed 89 of 182 passes for 1,092 yards. ... 2,958 yards of total offense.

The facts: A two-time All-American. ... Big Ten MVP in 1943. ... Originally recruited as a basketball player, earned letters in football, basketball and baseball. He was an All-American in both basketball and football. ... 1,327 yards of total offense in 1942 was a school record that lasted 20 years. ... 61 points in 1943 was a school record that lasted 43 years.

LB #51 Pat Fitzgerald (Sr, 6'3 233, 4.74 40 Time)

Key Ratings:
OVR-91, SPD-74, STR-74, AGI-72, ACC-75, AWR-99, TAK-99, POW-85, PMV-55, FMV-65, BSH-89, PUR-95, PRC-95, MCV-40, ZCV-60

The stats: 299 tackles, 20 tackles for loss

The facts: First player in college football history to win back-to-back National Defensive Player of the Year Awards. … Bednarik Award winner in 1995 and '96. … Nagurski Award winner in 1995 and '96. … First-team All-American in 1995 and '96. …

TEAM RESOURCES/VIDEOS
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...l-time-offense All Time Team selection
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...e-team-offense All Decade Off
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/3...-special-teams All Decade Def
http://www.insidenu.com/2012/8/13/32...-tyrell-sutton
http://www.insidenu.com/2014/12/3/73...stern-football NU's Mount Rushmore

OFFENSE
QB-#48 Otto Graham-(Sr/P), #12 Len Williams-(Sr), #10 Zak Kustok-(Jr), #14 Brett Basanez-(So), #13 Mike Kafka-(Fr)
RB-#22 Ron Burton-(Sr), #24 Darnell Autry-(Jr/Capt), #20 Damien Anderson-(Jr), #18 Jason Wright-(Jr), #33 Noah Herron-(Jr), #19 Tyrell Sutton-(Fr)
FB-#34 Mike Adamle-(Sr), #44 Bob Christian-(Sr)
WR-#17 Paul Flatley-(Sr), #83 Steve Tasker-(Sr), #1 Jim Lash-(Sr/IMPACT), #2 Lee Gissendaner-(Sr), #11 Richard Buchanan-(Sr), #5 Dwayne Bates-(Jr), #32 Sam Simmons-(Jr), #88 Kunle Patrick-(Jr), #7 Eric Peterman-(Fr), #9 Ross Lane-(Fr)
TE-#82 Steve Craig-(Sr), #84 Jay Tant-(Jr)
OT-#75 Chris Hinton-(Sr), #79 Cas Banaszek-(Sr/TE), #76 Trai Essex-(Jr), #63 Zach Strief-(So), #61 Leon Brockmeier-(So)
OG-#70 Matt O'Dwyer-(Sr), #64 Matt Ulrich-(Jr), #73 Jeff Roehl-(Jr), #60 Ikechuku Ndukwe-(Jr)
C-##58 Jack Rudnay-(Sr), #62 Austin King-(Jr), #50 Trevor Rees-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#36 Casey Dailey-(Jr), #66 Loren Howard-(Jr), #95 Dwayne Missouri-(Jr), #99 Corey Wootton-(Fr), #96 Kevin Mims-(Fr)
DT-#94 Luis Castillo-(Jr), #92 Javier Collins-(Jr/OT), #67 Barry Cofield-(So), #71 John Gill-(Fr), #78 Adam Hahn-(Fr)
OLB-#53 Mike Guendling-(Sr/IMPACT), #80 Steve Shine-(Sr), #8 Napoleon Harris-(Jr), #52 Kevin Bentley-(Jr), #38 Nick Roach-(So), #43 Adam Kadela-(So)
MLB-#51 Pat "Fitz" Fitzgerald-(Sr/Capt), #55 Barry Gardner-(Jr), #41 Tim McGarigle-(So)
CB-#27 Irv Cross-(Sr), #85 Fred "The Hammer" Williamson-(Sr), #6 Harold Blackmon-(Jr), #31 Marvin Ward-(Jr), #21 Marquice Cole-((So), #26 Sherrick McManis-(Fr)
FS-#3 Hudhaifa Ismaeli-(Jr), #4 Brendan Smith-(Fr)
SS-#45 Elbert Kimbrough-(Sr), #37 Brad Phillips-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#29 Sam Valenzisi-(Sr)
P-#15 John Kidd-(Sr)
LS-King
KOS-Graham
PR/KR-Tasker/Gissendaner
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WISCONSIN
Playbook-Wisconsin
Offense-Option Run-(Run-63%/Pass-37%)
Defense-4-3

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Alan "Horse" Ameche
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vau...2246/index.htm
Jersey was retired by UW...Won Heisman Trophy and Walter Camp Award in 1954...Three-time All-American who was named Big Ten’s MVP as a senior.

Mike Webster
First-team All-Big Ten in 1973....Nicknamed “Iron Mike”

Paul Gruber
Gruber was team MVP and first team All-American selection in 1987

Aaron Gibson
Consensus All-American in 1998....Finalist for both the Lombardi Award and Outland Trophy following senior season.

Pete Monty
http://www.life.com/image/258737
First-team All-Big Ten in 1996...Two-time captain...Program’s career leader in tackles with 451
Led team in tackles three consecutive seasons

Troy Vincent
Vincent was a first team All-American performer in 1991 when he also was co-Defensive Player of the Year in the Big Ten. He was also runner up for the Jim Thorpe award. Vincent is 6th in career passes defended with a high of 15 in 1991.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.badgermaniac.com/top50badgers.html Top 50 Badgers
http://host.madison.com/app/sports/b...mbers_list.php All-Time Roster By the Numbers
http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/mem...crazylegs.html Hirsch
http://www.uwathletics.com/hall_of_f...aspx?HOFID=134 Krumrie
http://www.uwathletics.com/hall_of_f...aspx?HOFID=111 Webster
http://www.beckys-place.com/30unvy/unverzagt.html Eric Unverzagt
http://www.buckys5thquarter.com/2009...l-decade-teams All Decade Team

OFFENSE
QB-#11 Darrell Bevell-(Sr), #10 Mike Samuel-(Jr), #5 Brooks Bollinger-(So), #19 Jim Sorgi-(So), #7 John Stocco-(Fr)
RB-#33 Ron Dayne-(Jr), #32 Brent Moss-(Jr), #29 Michael Bennett-(Jr), #41 Terrell Fletcher-(Jr), #20 Brian Calhoun-(So), #28 Anthony Davis-(So)
FB-#35 Alan "The Horse" Ameche-(Sr), #37 Cecil Martin-(Jr), #44 Matt Berstein-(So)
WR-#87 Al Toon-(Sr), #40 Crazy Legs Hirsch-(Sr), #18 Chris Chambers-(Jr), #82 Tony Simmons-(Jr), #84 Donald Hayes-(Jr), #3 Lee Evans-(So), #1 Brandon Williams-(So)
TE-#88 Pat Richter-(Sr), #89 Stu Voigt-(Sr), #81 Owen Daniels-(So), #9 Travis Beckum-(So)
OT-#62 Paul Gruber-(Sr/Capt), #78 Chris McIntosh-(Jr), #79 Aaron Gibson-(Jr), #68 Mark Tauscher-(Jr), #72 Joe Thomas-(So)
OG-#65 Ray Snell-(Sr), #70 Casey Rabach-(Jr), #71 Jerry Wunsch-(Jr), #67 Dan Buenning-(So), #64 Kraig Urbik-(Fr)
C-#51 Iron Mike Webster-(Sr), #61 Al Johnson-(Jr), #52 Cory Raymer-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#74 Tom Burke-(Jr), #42 Tarek Saleh-(Jr), #90 Eramus James-(So), #92 Matt Shaughnessy-(So)
DT-#50 Tim Krumrie-(Sr), #91 Don Davey-(Sr), #77 Wendell Bryant-(Jr), #94 Anttaj Hawthorne-(So), #94 Jason Jefferson-(So), #96 Nick Hayden-(So)
OLB-#99 Rick Graf-(Sr), #95 Tim Jordan-(Sr), #47 Eric Unverzagt-(Jr), #46 Jonathan Casillas-(So), #54DeAndre Levy-(So)
MLB-#48 Pete Monty-(Jr), #45 Nick Greisen-(Jr), #12 Alex Lewis-(So)
CB-#38 Nate Odomes-(Sr), #21 Richard Johnson-(Sr), #22 Troy Vincent-(Sr/Capt), #2 Jamar Fletcher-(Jr), #36 Mike Echols-(Jr), #4 Scott Starks-(So), #6 Jack Ikegwuonu-(So)
FS-#39 Matt Vanden Boom-(Sr), #16 Jim Leonhard-(So)
SS-#31 David Greenwood-(Sr/P), #8 Jason Doering-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#15 Taylor Mehlhaff-(So)
P-#14 Kevin Stempke-(Jr)
KOS-Stempke
LS-Webster
KR/PR-Fletcher/Vincent
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BAYLOR TEAM STRATEGY
Offense-Pro Style-(Run-68%/Pass-32%)
Defense-4-2-5

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

WR-#26 Lawrence Elkins (Sr), (6’1 185)

Key Ratings:
OVR-85, SPD-80, AGI-75, ACC-85, AWR-94, CTH-88, SPC-88, CIT-90, RTE-90, JMP-78, RLS-88

The stats: 2,094 receiving yards, 144 receptions, 19 touchdowns

The facts: Three-year letterman. ... Two-time consensus All-SWC and All-American. ... Third in career receptions, 100-yard games (nine), and yardage. First in career touchdowns. ... No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers in 1965. ... Member of the College Football Hall of Fame.

MLB #63 Mike Singletary-(Sr) 5'11 230 (4.6 40 time)

Key Ratings:
OVR-97, SPD-77, STR-75, AGI-76, ACC-85, AWR-99, TAK-97, PMV-74, FMV-65, BSH-85, PUR-95, PRC-99, MCV-62, ZCV-76, HIT POWER-96


The stats: 662 career total tackles, 311 assists, 351 solos, 34 tackles for loss

The facts: Four-year letterman on the Baylor defense. ... Three-time consensus All-SWC and All-American. ... Named Southwestern Conference Defensive Player of the Decade for the 80s. ... 188 tackles in 1979. ... Member of the college and pro football halls of fame.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.sportingnews.com/ncaa-foo...letary/slide/8 SI.com Top 10 Bears
http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/col...e?ssimg=646606 DMN Baylor All Time Team
http://www.baylorbears.com/sports/m-...010510aab.html Baylor All Decade team
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/.../08Records.pdf Bears record books
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4QwvkowbqA Baylor 1985

OFFENSE
QB-#10 Don "Gator" Trull, #14 Cody Carlson-(Sr), #13 J.J. Joe-(Sr), #11 Shawn Bell-(So), #6 Blake Szymanski-(Fr)
RB-#34 Walter Abercrombie-(Sr), #25 Ronnie Bull-(Sr), #2 Alfred Anderson-(Sr), #29 Dennis Gentry-(Sr/WR), #22 Jerod Douglas-(Jr), #32 Rashad Armstrong-(Jr)
FB-#35 Greg Hawthorne-(Sr)
WR-#26 Larry Elkins-(Sr), #85 Del Shofner-(Sr/P), #89 Gerald "Ice Cube" McNeal-(Sr), #83 Melvin Bonner-(Sr), #88 Derrius Thompson-(Jr), #81 Reggie Newhouse-(Jr), #7 Dominque Ziegler-(So), #9 Trent Shelton-(So), #4 David Gettis-(Fr)
TE-#82 Ronnie Bo Lee-(Sr/OT), #84 Justin Snow-(Jr)
OT-#75 Mark Adickes-(Sr/Capt), #69 Fred Miller-(Sr), #52 Greg Jerman-(Jr), #72 Jason Smith-(Fr), #71 Dan Gay-(Fr)
OG-#54 Keith Bishop-(Sr), #60 Frank Ditta-(Sr), #61 Kelvin Garmon-(Jr), #68 Derrick Fletcher-(Jr), #70 LeQualan McDonald-(So)
C-#56 Randy Grimes-(Sr), #50 J.D. Walton-(Fr)

DEFENSE
DE-#55 Bill Glass-(Sr/OL/Capt), #48 Charles Benson-(Sr), #96 Al Fontenot-(Sr), #91 Khari Long-(Jr), #90 Marcus Foreman-(So), #87 Jason Lamb-(Fr)
DT-#77 Santana Dotson-(Sr), #51 Daryl Gardner-(Sr), #93 Dwight Johnson-(Jr), #59 Ethan Kelley-(Jr)
OLB-#38 James Francis-(Sr), #49 Ervin Randle-(Sr), #44 LaCurtis Jones-(Sr), #36 Colin Allred-(So), #46 Justin Crooks-(Fr)
MLB-#63 Mike Singletary-(Sr/Capt), #57 Ray Berry-(Sr), #5 John Garrett-(Jr), #41 Joe Pawelek-(Fr)
CB-#24 Gary Green-(Sr), #39 Ray Crockett-(Sr), #1 Ron Francis-(Sr), #47 Cedrick Mack-(Sr), #18 Gary Baxter-(Jr), #3 C.J. Wilson-(So), #20 Josh Bell-(So)
FS-#27 Thomas Everett-(Sr), #16 Vann McElroy-(Sr), #8 Willie Andrews-(So)
SS-#20 Robert Blackmon-(Sr), #17 Adrian Robinson-(Sr), #12 Jordan Lake-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#99 Matt Bryant-(Jr)
P-#37 Daniel Sepulveda-(So)
LS-Snow
KOS-Sepulveda
PR/KR-Ice Cube McNeil/Gentry
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COLORADO TEAM STRATEGY
Offense-Run Balanced
Defense-3-4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Darian Hagan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBLDasZ0m6o

Eric Bieniemy
Bieniemy's footprints are all over the CU record book, as he remains the school's all-time leader in rushing (3,940 yards), all-purpose yards (4,351), and touchdowns (42). As a junior, he was named to CU's prestigious 25-member "All-Century Football Team," the only active player at the time to be selected to the group honoring the first 100 years of Colorado Buffalo football.

Alfred Williams
http://www.cubuffs.com/ViewArticle.d...CLID=204951748

TEAM/RESOURCES
http://colorado.scout.com/2/537657.html Top 5 Buff's by position
http://findarticles.com/p/articles/m...6/ai_n9969593/ ALL-COLORADO TEAM OF THE '90S
http://www.zaneszeros.com/?page_id=3281 Colorado’s All-Century Team 1890-1989/All All Americans
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0SE8qMaayQ Colorado Football Kickoff
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAVfD...eature=related History of Colorado football

OFFENSE
QB-#11 Bobby Anderson-(Sr/HB), #3 Darian Hagan-(Sr/Capt), #10 Kordell "Slash" Stewart-(Jr/Wr), #14Koy Detmer-(Jr), #12 Joel Klatt-(So)
RB-#24 Bryron "Whizzer" White-(Sr/P), #1 Eric Bieniemy-(Sr), #19 RaShaan Salaam-(Jr), #22 Chris Brown-(Jr), #42 Bobby Purify-(So)
FB-#41 Bo Matthews-(Sr), #40 Lawrence Vickers-(So)
WR-#23 Cliff Branch-(Sr), #8 Mike Pritchard-(Sr), #81 Michael Westbrook-(Jr), #9 Charles Johnson-(Jr), #21 Rae Carruth-(Jr), #6 Darren Chiaverini-(Jr) #18 D.J. Hackett-(So), #15 Jeremy Bloom-(So)
TE-#88 J.V. Cain-(Sr), #80 Don Hasslebeck-(Sr), #86 Christian Fauria-(Jr), #89 Daniel Graham-(Jr)
OT-#66 Stan Brock-(Sr), #58 Pete Brock-(Sr), #50 Tony Berti-(Jr), #71 Victor Rogers-(Jr), #78 Matt Lepsis-(Jr/TE), #76 Tyler Polumbus-(So)
OG-#69 John Wooten-(Sr), #62 Joe Garten-(Sr), #63 Heath Irwin-(Jr), #61 Chris Naeole-(Jr)
C-#52 Jay Leeuwenburg-(Sr), #64 Andre Gurode-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#77 Bill Brundige-(Sr), #96 Kanavis McGhee-(Sr), #87 "Crazy" Herb Orvis-(Sr), #91 Tyler Brayton-(Jr), #59 Greg Jones-(Jr)
DT-#93 Joel Sneed-(Sr), #92 Laval Short-(Sr), #65 Charlie Johnson-(Sr), #97 Justin Bannan-(Jr), #90 Darius Holland-(Jr)
OLB-#94 Alfred Williams-(Sr), #34 Chad Brown-(Sr), #7 Jashon Sykes-(Jr), #55 Hannibal Navies-(Jr), #54 Sean Tufts-(So), #27 Brian Iwuh-(So)
MLB-#49 Greg Biekert-(Sr), #16 Matt Russell-(Jr), #46 Ted Johnson-(Jr), #44 Jordon Dizon-(So)
CB-#4 Mark Haynes-(Sr), #2 Deion Figures-(Sr), #13 Ronnie Bradford-(Sr) #47 Chris Hudson-(Jr), #20 Ben Kelly-(Jr), #30 Donald Strickland-(Jr), #26 Terrence Wheatley-(So)
FS-#35 Cullen Bryant-(Sr), #25 Steve Rosga-(Jr)
SS-#31 Dick Anderson-(Sr), #32 Michael Lewis-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#5 Mason Crosby-(So)
P-#37 Mitch Berger-(Jr)
LS-Pete Brock
KOS-Crosby
PR/KR-Branch/Bienemy
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NEBRASKA TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Air Force
Offense-Option Run-(Run-80%/Pass-20%)
Defense-3-3-5

IMPACT/ALL-AMERICAN PLAYERS-TBD

Tommy Frazier
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWAoywr9uNY&NR=1

Neil Smith
One of the most dominant defensive linemen in Husker history, Neil Smith earned All-America honors as a defensive tackle in 1987. Smith finished his Nebraska career with 133 total tackles, including 14.5 sacks and 26 tackles for loss.

Mike Brown
A three-year starter at rover, Mike Brown earned a reputation as one of the hardest-hitting defensive backs in school history. Brown became only the second NU defensive back to lead the team in tackles for three straight seasons, and finished his career second all-time in tackles with 287.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8oxg...eature=related Tribute Video
http://sharkfeet.tripod.com/nebraskallcentury.htm Nebraska All-Century Team
http://sharkfeet.tripod.com/greatplayers.htm Player Bio
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/3...otball-history

OFFENSE
QB-#12 Turner Gill-(Sr), #14 Jerry Tagge-(Sr), #15 Tommy Frazier-(Jr/Capt), #11 Scott Frost-(Jr), #7 Eric Crouch-(So), #5 Jammal Lord-(So)
IB-#30 Mike Rozier-(Sr), #21 Roger Craig-(Sr), #35 Jeff Kinney-(Sr), #42 Jarvis Redwine-(Sr), #1 Lawrence Phillips-(Jr), #33 Ahman Green-(Jr), #36 Correll Buckhalter-(Jr)
FB-#26 Tom Rathman-(Sr), #40 Cory Schlesinger-(Jr)
WB-#20 Johnny "Jet" Rogers-(Sr), #27 Irving Fryar-(Sr), #85 Freeman White-(Sr), #18 Bobby Newcombe-(Jr/QB), #4 Tyrone Hughes-(Jr/DB)
TE-#88 Junior Miller-(Sr), #86 Johnny Mitchell-(Jr), #87 Tracy Winstrom-(Jr)
OT-#74 Bob Newton-(Sr), #64 Bob "Boomer" Brown-(Sr), #72 Zach Weigert-(Jr), #77 Adam Treu-(Jr), #76 Carl Nicks-(So)
OG-#71 Dean Steinkuhler-(Sr), #75 Will Shields-(Jr), #67 Aaron Taylor-(Jr), #70 Toniu Fonoti-(Jr)
C-#50 Dave Rimington-(Sr), #54 Dominic Raiola-(Jr), #58 Richie Incognito(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#99 Neil Smith-(Sr), #78 John Dutton-(Sr), #98 Grant Wistrom-(Jr), #83 Kyle Vanden Bosch-(Jr), #84 Mike Rucker-(Jr), #57 Chris Kelsay-(So), #92 Adam Carricker-(Fr)
NG-#79 Rich Glover-(Sr), #55 Jason Peter-(Jr), #56 Christian Peter-(Jr), #93 Ndamukong Suh-(Fr)
OLB-#89 Broderick "The Sandman" Thomas-(Sr), #34 Trev Alberts-(Sr) #53 Demorrio Williams-(Jr), #43 Scott Shanle-(Jr), #44 Stewart Bradley-(So)
MLB-#41 Marc Munford-(Sr), #60 Tom Novak-(Sr), #13 Carlos Polk-(Jr), #51 Barrett Ruud-(So)
CB-#37 Pat "Mouse" Fischer-(Sr), #38 Bruce Pickens-(Sr), #16 Wonderful T Monds-(Sr), #2 Michael Booker-(Jr), #22 Ralph Brown-(Jr), #3 Fabian Washington-(So), #31 DeJuan Groce-(Jr)
Rover-#24 Mike Brown-(Jr), #10 Mike Minter-(Jr), #29 Daniel Bullocks-(So), #28 Josh Bullocks-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#35 Kris Brown-(Jr)
P-#19 #17 Sam Koch-(So)
LS-T.Wistrom
KOS-Koch
PR/KR-Rogers/Hughes
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OKLAHOMA TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Georgia Tech
Offense-Option-(Run-80%/Pass-20%)
Defense-4-3

IMPACT/ALL-AMERICAN PLAYERS

Billy Sims
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwi3hoYRAPE
http://www.helmethut.com/College/Oklahoma/simms.html

Keith Jackson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrhHbUvaEic
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjsBj...eature=related

Lee Roy Selmon
http://www.showofficeonline.com/OTADPG3.html
Known as one of the powerhouse players of the Selmon Trio from Eufala, Oklahoma, Lee Roy Selmon was a consensus All-American, All Big Eight and Academic All Big 8 football star at the University of Oklahoma. Lee Roy and his brothers Dewey and Lucious contributed to the winning football tradition at OU from 1971-1975. The Sooners brought home three Big Eight Championships and two national titles during the age of the Selmon brothers.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.soonersports.com/sports/m...americans.html Sooners All Americans
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jb8ri...eature=related OU Dream On
http://espn.go.com/blog/big12/post/_...ll-decade-team All-Decade Team

OFFENSE
QB-#4 Jamelle Holieway-(Sr), #10 Jack Mildren-(Sr), #13 Josh Heupel-(Jr), #18 Jason White-(So), #14 Sam Bradford-(Fr)
RB-#20 Billy Sims-(Sr), #24 Joe Washington-(Sr), #33 DeMond Parker-(Jr), #22 Quentin Griffin-(So), #28 Adrian Peterson-(So)
FB-#36 Steve Owens-(Sr)
WR-#25 Tom "Scooter" McDonald-(Sr), #82 Billy Brooks-(Sr), #12 Tinker Owens-(Sr), #9 Mark Clayton-(So), #81 Brandon Jones-(So), #19 Mark Bradley-(So), #1 Malcolm Kelley-(Fr), #7 Juaquin Inglesias-(Fr)
TE-#88 Keith Jackson-(Sr/Capt), #80 Stephen Alexander-(Jr), #89 Trent Smith-(Jr), #84 Jermaine Gresham-(Fr)
OT-#77 Ralph Neely-(Sr), #73 Stockar McDougle-(Jr), #55 Jammal Brown-(So), #74 Phil Loadholt-(Fr), #71 Trent Williams-(Fr)
OG-#65 Greg Roberts-(Sr), #79 Mark Hutson-(Sr), #78 Davin Joseph-(So), #64 Chris Chester-(So), #72 Duke Robinson-(Fr)
C-#54 Tom Brahaney-(Sr), #50 Vince Carter-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#93 Lee Roy Selmon-(Sr), #91 Dewey Selmon-(Sr), #90 Darrell Reed-(Sr), #57 Cedrick Jones, #53 Dan Cody-(So), #49 Jimmy Wilkerson-(So)
DT-#98 Lucious Selmon-(Sr), #92 Tony Casillas-(Sr), #97 Tommy Harris-(So), #94 Dusty Dvoracek-(So), #95 Gerald McCoy-(Fr)
OLB-#43 Rod Shoate-(Sr), #45 Joe Bowden-(Sr), #59 Rocky Calmus-(Jr), #51 Teddy Lehman-(So), #37 Clint Ingram-(So), #42 Rufus Alexander-(So)
MLB-#44 Brian "The Boz" Bosworth-(Sr), #52 Dante Jones-(Sr), #10 Torrance Marshall-(Jr), #48 Curtis Lofton-(So)
CB-#29 Ricky Dixon-(Sr), ##40 Bobby Boyd-(Sr), #41 William Bartee-(Jr), #2 Derrick Strait-(Jr), #17 Andre Woolfolk-(Jr), #31 Antonio Perkins-(So)
FS-#21 Darrell Royal-(Sr), #15 J.T. Thatcher-(Jr), #23 Brodney Pool-(So)
SS-#38 Roy Williams-(Jr), #8 Donte Nicholson-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#5 Uwe Von Scahman-(Sr)
P-#27 Jack "Indian" Jacobs-(Sr)
KOS-Jacobs
LS-Chester
PR/KR-Washington/Parker
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TEXAS TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Texas
Offense-Option Run-(Run-64%/Pass-36%)
Defense-4-3

IMPACT/ALL-AMERICAN PLAYERS

Roy Williams-WR
http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/vid...%20&FORM=VIRE4

Tommy Nobis-LB
http://www.helmethut.com/College/Texas/Texas6266b.html
Tommy Nobis is one of college football’s all-time greatest linebackers. In his tenure with the Texas Longhorns he averaged nearly 20 tackles a game and, as the only sophomore starter, was an important participant on the Longhorns’ 1963 National College Football.

Raymond Clayborn-CB
1976 All-American and All-SWC in 1975 and 1976
Named to SWC All-Decade team of 1970s

Team Resources/Videos
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/3...nghorn-players All Time 50 greatest Longhorns
http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/vid...%20&FORM=VIRE8 Tyler Rose
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkxPv...eature=related Westbrooks and Brackens unload on Va Tech
http://texas.scout.com/2/628999.html The Top Ten Running Backs in Texas History
http://espn.go.com/blog/big12/post/_...ll-decade-team Texas' all-decade team

OFFENSE
QB-#22 Bobby Layne-(Sr), #1 Chris Simms-(Jr), #10 Vince Young-(So), #12 Colt McCoy-(Fr)
RB-#20 Earl Campbell-(Sr), #34 Ricky Williams-(Jr), #35 Priest Holmes-(Jr), #32 Cedric Benson-(So), #23 Selvin Young-(So), #25 Jamal Charles-(So)
FB-#46 Roosevelt Leaks-(Sr), #45 Ahmard Hall-(Fr)
WR-#88 Cotton Speyrer-(Sr), #26 Johhny "Lam" Jones-(Sr), #2 Eric Metcalf-(Sr/RB), #18 Wayne McGarity-(Jr), #4 Roy Williams-(So), #14 Limas Sweed-(So), #28 Quan Cosby-(Fr), #8 Jordan Shipley-(Fr)
TE-#81 Pat Fitzgerald-(Jr), #85 Bo Scaife-(So), #86 David Thomas-(So), #16 Jermichael Finley-(Fr)
OT-#76 Jerry Sisemore-(Sr/Capt), #75 Blake Brockermeyer-(Jr), #78 Mike Williams-(Jr), #70 Leonard Davis-(Jr), #79 Tony Hills-(So), #72 Jonathan Scott-(So)
OG-#69 Doug Dawson-(Sr), #67 Dan Neil-(Jr), #66 Derrick Dockery-(So), #63 Justin Blaylock-(So), #68Kasey Studdard-(So)
C-#74 Gene Chilton-(Sr), #62 Lyle Sendlein-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#31 Kiki DeAyala-(Sr), #98 Tony Brackens-(Jr), #97 Shane Dronett-(Jr), #40 Cory Redding-(Jr), #80 Tim Crowder-(So), #99 Brian Orakpo-(Fr)
DT-#77 Kenneth Sims-(Sr), #73 Scott Appleton-(Sr), #93 Steve McMichael-(Sr), #92 Shaun Rogers-(Jr), #64 Casey Hampton-(Jr), #95 Marcus Tubbs-(Jr), #96 Frank Okam-(Fr)
OLB-#60 Tommy Nobis-(Sr/Capt), #44 Winfred Tubbs-(Sr), #11 Derrick Johnson-(So), #49 Sergio Kindle-(Fr)
MLB-#50 Britt Hager-(Sr), #65 Jeff Leiding-(Sr), #58 D.D. Lewis-(Jr)
CB-#24 Raymond Clayborn-(Sr), #30 Bryant Westbrook-(Jr), #6 Quentin Jammer-(Jr), #3 Nathan Vasher-(So), #9 Cedric Griffin-(So), #33 Aaron Ross-(So)
FS-#5 Jerry Gray-(Sr), #7 Michael Huff-(So), #29 Earl Thomas-(Fr)
SS-#27 Johnnie Johnson-(Sr), #37 Michael Griffin-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#41 Phil Dawson-(Jr)
P-#15 Russell Erxleben-(Sr)
KOS-Dawson
LS-Chilton
PR/KR-Metcalf/Clayborn
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KANSAS TEAM STRATEGY
Playbook-Kansas
Offense-Georgia Tech-(Run-70%/Pass-30%)
Defense-Multiple

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
Gale Sayers
http://il.youtube.com/watch?v=yGJf6v...eature=related
During his Jayhawk career, he rushed for 2,675 yards and gained 3,917 all-purpose yards. In 1963, he set an NCAA Division I record with a 99-yard run against Nebraska. In his senior year, he led the Jayhawks to a 15-14 upset victory over Oklahoma with a 96-yard kickoff return. Sayers is considered by many to have been the greatest open field runner in college football history.

Willie Pless
http://cfl-scrapbook.no-ip.org/Pless.Willie.php
Pless was a three-time All-Big Eight First Team selection (1983-85) and was named the all-time best linebacker in the history of Big Eight after it became the Big 12 in 1996.

Nolan Cromwell
During his freshman season, Cromwell showed his skills as free safety, earning a starting role in the Liberty Bowl. He also started as free safety his sophomore year.

But his real breakthrough came in his junior year. KU Coach Bud Moore brought in the wishbone offense and moved Cromwell over to quarterback. It was a bold move that paid off. That year he broke several KU, Big Eight and NCAA records for rushing by a quarterback. Cromwell's speed and agility earned him the nickname, "Ransom Rambler."

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.kusports.com/football/all_time_best/ All-Time Kansas
http://espn.go.com/blog/big12/post/_...ll-decade-team All Decade Team

OFFENSE
QB-#21 John Hadl-(Sr), #10 Bobby Douglass-(Sr), #12 David Jaynes-(Sr), #18 Jason Swanson-(So), #5 Todd Reesing-(Fr)
RB-#48 Gayle Sayers-(Sr/Capt)), #42 Ray Evans-(Sr), #27 Delvin Williams-(Sr), #24 Tony Sands-(Sr), #20 June Henley-(Jr), #30 Clark Green-(So), #29 Jon Cornish-(So)
FB-#32 John "The Diesel" Riggins-(Sr), #33 Curtis McClinton-(Sr), #44 Moran Norris-(Jr)
WR-#46 Otto Schnellbacher-(Sr), #89 David Verser-(Sr), #16 Willie Vaughn-(Sr), #23 Ron Jessie-(Sr), #1 Isaac Bryd-(Jr), #84 Brandon Rideau-(So), #86 Marcus Henry-(So), #82 Mark Simmons-(So), #80 Dezmon Briscoe-(Fr), #11 Kerry Meier-(Fr)
TE-#79 Larry Brown-(Sr/OL), #49 Sean McDermott-(Jr), #85 Derek Fine-(So)
OT-#74 Mike McCormack-(Sr), #73 Ollie Spencer-(Sr), #68 Adrian Jones-(So), #78 Anthony Collins-(So)
OG-#59 Paul Fairchild-(Sr), #52 Rod Jones-(Jr), #75 Justin Hartwig-(Jr), #76 Chris Banks-(Jr)
C-#54 Fred Hageman-(Sr), #50 Ryan Cantrell-(Fr)

DEFENSE
DE-#77 Mike Butler-(Sr), #83 John Zook-(Sr), #98 Alge Atkinson-(Jr), #99 Ron Warner-(Jr), #95 Charlton Keith-(So), #92 David McMillan-(So)
DT-#71 Dana Stubblefield-(Sr), #93 Gilbert "The Gravedigger" Brown-(Sr), #72 Chris Maumalanga-(Jr), #94 Nate Dwyer-(Jr)
OLB-#35 Gaylen Fiss-(Sr/), #56 Steve Towle-(Sr), #58 Don Goode-(Sr), #51 Don Davis-(Jr), #7 Nick Reid-(So)
MLB-#39 Willie Pless-(Sr/Capt), #60 Emery Hicks-(Sr), #40 Mike Rivera-(Fr)
CB-#47 LeRoy Irvin-(Sr), #43 Elvis Patterson-(Sr), #17 Dorian Brew-(Jr), #22 Tony Blevins-(Jr), #4 Charles Gordon-(So), #3 Aqib Talib-(So)
FS-#9 Nolan Cromwell-(Sr/QB), #8 Kwame Lassiter-(Sr), #25 Darrell Stuckey-(Fr)
SS-#28 Kurt Knoff-(Sr), #26 Gerald McBurrows-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#36 Bruce Kallmeyer-(Sr)
P-#19 Bucky Scribner-(Sr)
LS-McDermott
KOS-Hadl
PR/KR-Williams/Sands
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KANSAS ST
Offense-Georgia Tech-(Run-58%/Pass-42%)
Defense-3-3-5

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Michael Bishop
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0SMKlhJANw
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vau...1672/index.htm

Gary Spani
Was the first-ever consensus All America performer at Kansas State and is enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame.

Martin Gramatica
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vau...4225/index.htm


Team Resources/Videos
http://www.kstatesports.com/feature/...americans.html Kansas St All-Americans
http://airjudden1.tripod.com/ksuqb/ Top QB's in School History
http://www.kstatefootball.com/nfl.shtml NFL Players
http://espn.go.com/blog/big12/post/_...ll-decade-team All Decade Team

OFFENSE
QB-#11 Lynn Dickey-(Sr), #14 Steve Grogan-(Sr), #7 Michael Bishop-(Jr/Capt), #18 Jonathan Beasley-(Jr), #3 Ell Roberson-(Jr), #12 Josh Freeman-(Fr)
RB-#34 Larry Brown-(Sr), #24 Veryl Switzer-(Sr), #41 "Mini Mack" Herron-(Sr), #32 David Allen-(Jr), #1Josh Scobey-(Jr), #43 Darren Sproles-(So)
FB-#25 Rock Cartwright-(Jr)
WR-#5 Quincy Morgan-(Jr), #83 Kevin Lockett-(Jr), #80 Darnell McDonald-(Jr), #22 Aaron Lockett-(Jr), #88 Taco Wallace-(Jr), #27 Jordy Nelson-(So), #16 Yamon Figures-(So)
TE-#82 Paul Coffman-(Sr), #87 Henry Childs-(Sr), #86 Justin Swift-(Jr), #85 Shad Meier-(Jr)
OT-#73 Barrett Brooks-(Jr), #58 Todd Weiner-(Jr), #78 Ryan Young-(Jr), #66 Jeromey Clary-(So)
OG-#67 Mo Lattimore-(Sr), #74 Kendyl Jacox-(Jr), #62 Ryan Lilja-(So), #64 Andy Eby-(Jr)
C-#72 Quentin Neujahr-(Sr), #53 Nick Leckey-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#79 Ron Yankowski-(Sr), #49 Darren Howard-(Jr), #44 Nyle Wiren-(Jr), #52 Monty Beisel-(Jr), #98 Andrew Shull-(Jr), #94 Melvin Williams-(Jr), #90 Kevin Huntley-(So), #97 Ian Campbell-(So)
DT-#75 Mario Fatafehi-(Jr), #77 Damion McIntosh-(Jr/OL), #92 Tim Colston-(Jr), #30 Tank Reese-(Jr)
OLB-#59 Gary Spani-(Sr/Capt), #89 Elijah Alexander-(Sr), #42 Mark Simoneau-(Jr), #9 Percell Gaskins-(Jr), #54 Ben Leber-(Jr), #47 Josh Buhl-(So)
MLB-#8 Jeff Kelly-(Jr), #56 Terry Pierce-(Jr), #51 Zac Diles-(So)
CB-#20 Clarence Scott-(Sr), #4 Terrence Newman-(Jr), #17 Chris Canty-(Jr), #31 Thomas Randolph-(Sr), #28 Joe Gordon-(Jr), #35 Dyshod Carter-(Jr), #21 DeMarcus Faggins-(Jr). #23 Jerametrius Butler-(Jr)
FS-#26 Jamie Mendez-(Sr), #38 Jon McGraw-(Jr)
SS-#40 Jarrod Cooper-(Jr), #2 Rashad Washington-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#10 Martin Gramatica-(Jr)
P-#6 Sean Snyder-(Sr)
LS-Eby
KOS-Gramatica
PR/KR-Newman/Herron
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MIZZOU
Playbook-Mizzou
Offense-Run Balanced-(Run-58%/Pass-42%)
Defense-4/3

IMPACT/ALL AMERICANS
Paul Christman
http://www.rockmnation.com/2010/12/1...ty-of-missouri
He was a three-time All-Big Six Conference quarterback, and twice won All-America honors. Christman finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting in 1939, and fifth in 1940.

Johnny Roland
Missouri retired his jersey, No. 23, and he was inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1998. He made All-Big Eight as a runner in 1962 and as a defensive back in 1964 and 1965.

John "Tooz" Matuszak
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/mul...content.9.html

Team Resources/Videos
http://missouri.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=949879 All Time QB's
http://www.columbiatribune.com/weblo...l-decade-team/ All Decade Team
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...-americans.pdf
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzMil...eature=related James Wilder
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0Kyu...eature=related Black and Gold Forever

OFFENSE
QB-#44 Paul Christman-(Sr/Capt), #14 Steve Pisarkiewicz-(Sr), #15 Phil Bradley-(Sr), #7 Corby Jones-(Jr), #16 Brad Smith-(So), #10 Chase Daniel-(Fr)
RB-#23 Johnny Roland-(Sr), #32 James Wilder-(Sr), #43 Darrell Wallace-(Sr), #38 Zac Abron-(Jr), #2 Damien Nash-(So)
FB-#36 Tony Galbreath-(Sr)
WR-#85 Mel Gray-(Sr), #86 Henry Marshall-(Sr), #88 Victor Bailey-(Sr), #12 Justin Gage-(Jr), #9 Jeremy Maclin-(Fr), #29 Will Franklin-(So), #81 Danario Alexander-(Fr)
TE-#83 Kellen Winslow-(Sr), #84 Dwayne Blakely-(Jr), #45 Chase Coffman-(Fr), #82 Martin Rucker-(Fr)
OT-#60 Conrad Goode-(Sr), #78 Francis Peay-(Sr), #62 Morris Towns-(Sr), #79 Russ Washington-(Sr/DT), #70 Howard Richards-(Sr), #54 John Clay-(Sr), #61 Colin Brown-(Fr)
OG-#64 Ed Blaine-(Sr), #65 Kurt Petersen-(Sr), #66 Mike Hayes-(Jr), #52 Tony Palmer-(So)
C-#55 Brad Eldelman-(Sr), #76 Rob Riti-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#80 Conrad Hitchler-(Sr/TE), #72 John Matuszak-(Sr/Capt), #91 Jeff Cross-(Sr), #96 Justin Smith-(Jr), #95 Rick Lyle-(Sr), #39 Brian Smith-(Fr), #28 Stryker Sulak-(Fr)
DT-#56 Jerome Sally-(Sr), #46 Jeff Gaylord-(Sr), #90 Steve Martin-(Jr), #99 C.J. Mosley-(So), #97 Atiyyah Ellison-(So), #94 Ziggy Hood-(Fr)
OLB-#34 Andy Russell-(Sr), #58 Bobby Bell Jr-(Sr), #30 Gus Otto-(Sr), #21 Brandon Barnes-(So), #42 Sean Weatherspoon-(Fr)
MLB-#51 Mike Jones-(Sr), #35 Brock Christopher-(Fr)
CB-#22 Roger Wehrli-(Sr), #6 Eric Wright-(Sr), #25 Johnnie Poe-(Sr), #31 Otis Smith-(Sr), #27 Ron Fellows-(Sr), #26 Michael Harden-(So), #4 Shirdonya Mitchell-(So)
FS-#40 Erik McMillan-(Sr), #20 DeMontie Cross-(Jr)
SS-#47 Harry Colon-(Sr), #1 Williams Moore-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#8 Tom Whelihan-(Sr/P), #98 Jeff Wolfert-(Fr)
LS-Petersen
KR/PR-Wehrli/Gray
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OKLAHOMA ST TEAM STRATEGY
Offense-Run Balanced-(Run-58%/Pass-42%)
Defense-4-3

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Barry Sanders
http://www.heisman.com/winners/b-sanders88.php

Rashaun Woods
Woods finished his college career at Oklahoma State University with 293 receptions, 4,414 yards and 42touchdowns - all Big 12 records. Rashaun was a two time all-American.

John Corker
Was named Big-8 Defensive Player of the Year in 1978 despite playing in only 7 games prior to tearing ligaments in his knee. Returned in 1979 and was 2nd team All Big-8 and All-American.

Team Resources/Videos
http://centennial.newsok.com/topcowboys TOP 100 COWBOYS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWxOPSGE8mI&feature=fvw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Amys...eature=related Sanders in 87 Sun Bowl
http://www.okstate.com/sports/m-foot...n-the-nfl.html Cowboys in the NFL
http://www.associatedcontent.com/art...me.html?cat=14 All-Time Team
http://www.holyturf.com/2011/07/okla...l-decade-team/ All Decade Team
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/3...s-of-the-2000s 10 Best Cowboys of 200's

OFFENSE
QB-#12 Mike Gundy-(Sr), #15 Rusty Hilger-(Sr), #13 Josh Fields-(So), #10 Zac Robinson-(Fr)
RB-#21 Barry Sanders-(Sr/Capt), #34 Thurman Thomas-(Sr), #43 Terry Miller-(Sr), #55 Bob Fenimore-(Sr), #7 Tatum Bell-(Jr), #33 Vernand Morency-(Jr), #22 Darnell Savage-(So), #5 Keith Toston-(Fr)
FB-#32 Walt Garrison-(Sr), #37 Shawn Willis-(So)
WR-#11 Hart Lee ****s-(Sr), #88 Leonard Thompson-(Sr), #82 RaShaun Woods-(Jr), #84 D'Juan Woods-(Fr), #19 Adarius Bowman-(So), #1 Dez Bryant-(Fr)
TE-#85 Alonzon Mayes-(Jr), #81 Marcelus Rivers-(Jr), #86 Billy Bajema-(So), #87 Brandon Pettigrew-(Fr)
OT-#71 John Ward-(Sr), #73 Paul Blair-(Sr), #75 Corey Hilliard-(So), #76 Russell Okung-(Fr), #60 Brady Bond-(Fr)
OG-#78 Darrell Goufourth-(Sr), #668 Ron Baker-(Sr), #80 Charlie Johnson-(So/TE), #74 Sam Mayes-(So)
C-#52 Jon Kolb-(Sr), #63 Damon Washington-(Fr)

DEFENSE
DE-#75 Leslie O'Neal-(Sr), #72 Dexter Manley-(Sr), #96 Juqua Thomas-(Jr), #92 Jevon Langford-(Jr), #94 Antonio Smith-(So), #45 Greg Richmond-(So)
DT-#67 James "Duck" White-(Sr), #77 Jerry Sherk-(Sr), #91 Phillip Dokes-(Sr), #98 Jamal Williams-(Jr), #58 Kevin Williams-(Jr), #93 Ryan McBean-(So)
OLB-#54 Ricky Young-(Sr), #83 Jason Gildon-(Jr), #44 Keith Burns-(Jr), #51 Jack Golden-(Jr)
MLB-#45 John Corker-(Sr/Capt), #90 Matt Monger-(Sr), #53 Kenyatta Wright-(Jr), #47 Dwayne Levels-(Jr)
CB-#27 Rod Brown-(Sr), #17 R.W. McQuarters-(Jr), #23 Kevin Williams-(Jr), #28 Jacoby Shepherd-(Jr), #9 Darrent Williams-(So), #2 Jacob Lacey-(So), #16 Perrish Cox-(Fr)
FS-#38 Chris Rockins-(Sr), #40 Mark Moore-(Sr), #3 Elbert Craig-(Jr)
SS-#68 Mike Green-(Sr), #8 Donovan Woods-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#6 Larry Roach-(Sr),
P-#18 Cliff Parsley-(Sr)
LS-Goufourth
KOS-Fenimore
PR/KR-McQuarters/Sanders
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TEXAS TECH NCAA 14 ALUMNI TEAM
Playbook-Default
Offense-Default or One Back-(Run-47%/Pass-53%)
Defense-4-3

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

WR #5 Michael Crabtree (FR RS, 6'3 215, 4.54 40 Time)

Key Ratings:
86-OVR, SPD-84, AGI-80, ACC-90, AWR-76, CTH-84, SPC-93, CIT-87, JMP-81

Michael Crabtree has received multiple honors. In addition to being a two-time unanimous first-team All-American, he is a two-time Biletnikoff Award and Paul Warfield Award winner.

MLB #35 Zach Thomas (Sr, 5'11 232, 4.78 40 time)

Key Ratings:
OVR-94, SPD-72, STR-74, AGI-80, ACC-94, AWR-95, PRC-90, TKL-97, PUR-95, POW-87, MCV-50, ZCV-70

Twice consensus Southwest Conference Defensive Player of the Year and also named SWC Player of the Year ('95). ... Top five in the conference in tackles three consecutive seasons ('93-'95).

Resources/Videos
http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/col...ay-readers.ece
http://espn.go.com/blog/big12/post/_...ll-decade-team
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...-Americans.pdf
OS POSTER herropreese

OFFENSE
QB-#17 Billy Joe Tolliver-(Sr), #16 Kliff Kingsbury-(Jr), #8 Zebbie Lethridge-(Jr), #14 B.J. Symons-(Jr), #6 Graham Harrell-(Fr)
RB-#44 Donny Anderson-(Sr), #33 Bam Morris-(Sr), #31 James Gray-(Sr), #4 Byron Hanspard-(Jr), #2 Ricky Williams-(Jr), #19 Tauren Henderson-(So)
FB-#86 James Hadnot-(Sr), #42 Sammy Morris-(Jr), #47 Clay McGuire-(Jr)
WR-#81 Dave Parks-(Sr), #18 Lloyd Hill-(Sr), #11 Tyrone Thurman-(Sr), #27 Wes Welker-(Jr), #82 Carlos Francis-(Jr), #1 Nehemiah Glover-(Jr), #80 Joel Filani-(So), #20 Danny Amendola-(So), #88 Jarrett Hicks-(So), #5 Michael Crabtree-(Fr)
TE-#87 Andre Tillman-(Sr), #89 Mickey Peters-(Jr), #38 Bristol Olomua-(So)
OT-#66 Dan Irons-(Sr), #71 Chuck Odiorne-(Sr), #75 Ben Kaufman-(Jr), #60 Daniel Loper-(Jr), #74 Ryland Reed-(So), #67 Marlon Winn-(Fr)
#63 Manny Ramirez-(Jr), #79 Jonathan Gray-(Jr), #65 Louis Vasquez-(Fr), #76 Brandon Carter-(Fr)
C-#77 Dylan Gandy-(Jr), #64 Jay Pugh-(Jr)

DEFENSE
DE-#72 Ecomet Burley-(Sr), #9 Aaron Hut-(Jr), #91 Adell Duckett-(Jr), #92 Brandon Sharpe-(Fr), #84 Brandon Williams-(Fr)
DT-#69 Gabe "Senor Sack" Rivera-(Sr), #34 Montae Reagor-(Jr), #78 Kris Kocurek-(Jr), #93 Chris Hudler-(So), #90 Rajon Henley-(Fr)
OLB-#55 E.J. Holub-(Sr/Capt), #52 Thomas-Howard-(Sr), #40 Brad Hastings-(Sr), #46 Mike Smith-(Jr), #96 Keyunta Dawson-(So)
MLB-#35 Zach Thomas-(Sr), #51 Lawrence Flugence-(Jr)
CB-#22 Ted Watts-(Sr), #23 Denton Fox-(Sr), #13 Dane Johnson-(Jr), #21 Joselio Hanson-(Jr), #3 Jamar Wall-(Fr)
FS-#36 Tracy Saul-(Sr), #26 Curtis Jordan-(Sr), #7 Darcel McBath-(Fr)
SS-#12 Marcus Coleman-(Sr), #32 Kevin Curtis-(Jr), #39 Dwayne Slay-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#30 Alex Trlica-(So)
P-#10 Mark Bounds-(Sr)
KOS-Anderson
LS-Pugh
PR/KR-Welker/Thurman
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http://www.hokiesports.com/rothrepor...232003aaa.html All-Time Team

CINCINATI
Offense-Pro Style-(Run-58%/Pass-42%)
Defense-3/4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
Greg Cook
http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-networ...ders-Greg-Cook
Set several passing records while at UC and even set the NCAA record for passing yards in a game (554).

Jim O'Brien
Kicker/wide receiver led nation in scoring in '68. Still holds six major UC receiving records.

George Jamison
Played DE at UC, co-leader on Bearcats' career sack list (18).

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.enquirer.com/editions/199...incinnati.html All Century Team
http://cincinnati.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1033611 All-Decade Team Offense http://cincinnati.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1033939 All DEcade Defense
http://www.gobearcats.com/sports/m-f...americans.html Bearcats All-American's
http://www.gobearcats.com/sports/m-f...-of-honor.html Ring Of Honor
http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Wrestling/.../12228766.html Remembering Clem Turner
http://jacksonville.com/special/athl...ories/46.shtml Alex Gordon

OFFENSE
QB-#12 Greg Cook-(Sr), #16 Jacky Lee-(Sr), #8 Danny McCoin-(Sr), #7 Deontey Kenner-(Jr), #8 Gino Guidugli-(So), #15 Tony Pike-(Fr)
RB-#30 Reggie Taylor-(Sr), #14 Allen Harvin-(Sr),#38 Ray Jackson-(Jr), #31 DeMarco McCleskey-(So)
FB-#22 Ray Nolting-(Sr), #45 Clem Turner-(Sr)
WR-#33 Elbie Nickel-(Sr), #40 Joe Morrison-(Sr), #80 Jim O'Brien-(Sr/K), #24 Jason Stargel-(Sr), #83 Antonio Chapman-(Jr), #17 Chad Plummer-(Jr), #2 Robert Tate-(Jr/CB), #6 LaDaris Vann-(So), #87 Dominick Goodman-(Fr), #1 Mardy Gilyard-(Fr)
TE-#88 Roderick Monroe-(Sr), #85 Trent Celek-(So)
OT-#66 Ken Byers-(Sr), #70 Mike Perrotti-(Sr), #67 Jason Fabini-(Jr), #73 Clint Stickdorn-(So),
OG-#72 Ed Denk-(Sr), #69 Jamie Crysdale-(Jr), #75 Kyle Takavitz-(So), #74 Kirt Doolin-(So), #76 Trevor Cansfield-(Fr)
C-#62 Jay Bachman-(Sr), #79 Adam Shorter-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#45 George Jamison, #78 Bob Bell-(Sr), #53 Nate Dingle-(Jr), #56 Antwan Peek-(Jr), #90 Trent Cole-(So), #5 Connor Barwin-(Fr)
DT-#77 Ron Kostelnik-(Sr), #99 Vaughn Booker-(Sr), #95 Derrick Ransom-(Jr),#94 Mario Monds-(Jr), #93 Mike Wright-(So)
OLB#55 Alex Gordon-(Sr), #3 Brad Jackson-(Jr), #91 Andre Frazier-(So), #42 Tyjuan Hagler-(So)
MLB-#34 Mike Woods-(Sr), #52 Karl Woods-(Sr), #57 Phillip Curry-(Jr), #54 Troy Evans-(Jr),
CB-#26 Al Nelson-(Sr/RB), #25 Artrell Hawkins-(Jr), #24 Blue Adams-(Jr), #18 Daven Holly-(So), #21 Mike Mickens-(FR), #32 John Bowie-(Fr), #36 DeAngelo Williams-(Fr)
FS-#10 Brigman Owens-(Sr), #4 Lavar Glover-(Jr), #9 Brandon Underwood-(Fr)
SS-#5 Tom Marvaso-(Sr), #43 Sam Garnes-(Jr), #13 Haruki Nakamura-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#11 Rich Karlis-(Sr), #97 Jake Rogers-(Fr)
P-#19 Jonathan Ruffin-(So)
LS-Celek
KOS-O'Brien
KR/PR-Nelson/Chatman
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LOUISVILLE
Offense-Pro Style (Run-55%/Pass-45%)
Defense-3/4

IMPACT PLAYERS/ALL AMERICANS

Lenny "Lightning" Lyles
http://edhamiltonworks.com/lyles-ULSports.htm

Mark Clayton
http://www.angelfire.com/ky/highland...k/clayton.html

Tom Jackson
http://www.uoflsports.com/sports/m-f...n_tom00.html#_


Team Resources/Videos
http://louisville.scout.com/2/191667.html All Time Cardinal's Team
http://www.cardchronicle.com/2009/12...ville-football All DEcade Team
http://www.uoflsports.com/sports/m-f...d-jerseys.html Honored Jersey's
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vau...6345/index.htm Otis Wilson
http://www.uoflsports.com/sports/m-f...d_frank00.html Frank Minniefield
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_aDJtYKpC4 Remembering Eddie "The Assassin" Johnson"

OFFENSE
QB-#16 Johnny Unitas-(Sr), #7 Chris Redman-(Jr), #15 Dave Ragone-(Jr), #17 Stefan LeFors-(So), #12Brian Brohm-(So)
RB-#26 Lenny "Lightning" Lyles-(Sr/DB/Capt), #42 Ernie Green-(Sr), #19 Michael Bush-(So), #32 Eric Shelton-(So), #23 Lional Gates-(So), #33 Kolby Smith-(So)
FB-#35 Carwell Gardner-(Sr)
WR-#83 Mark Clayton-(Sr), #87 Ernest Givins-(Sr), #9 Deion Branch-(Jr), #80 Zek Parker-(Jr), #10 Arnold Jackson-(Jr), #3 J.R. Russell-(So), #85 Harry Douglas-(So), #5 Trent Guy-(Fr)
TE-#6 Ibn Green-(Jr), #84 Jamie Asher-(Jr), #86 Ronnie Ghent-(Jr), #82 Gary Barnidge-(So)
OT-#77 Bruce Armstrong-(Sr), #72 Roman Oben-(Jr), #78 Travis Leffew-(So), #79 Renardo Foster-(So), #70 Beno Giacomini-(So)
OG-#75 Joe Jacoby-(Sr), #59 Jason Spitz-(So), #76 Kurt Quaterman-(So), #68 George Bussey-(Fr)
C-#67 Dan Koons-(Jr), #76 Eric Wood-(Fr)

DEFENSE
DE-#94 Joe Johnson-(Jr), #90 Dwayne White-(Jr), #98 Carl Powell-(Jr), #95 Michael Josiah-(Jr), #58 Elvis Dumervil-(So), #46 Marcus Jones-(So)
DT-#99 Ted Washington-(Sr), #96 Kendrick Gholston-(Jr), #92 Montavious Stanley-(So), #91 Amobi Okoye-(So)
OLB-#55 Otis Wilson-(Sr), #56 Doug Buffone-(Sr), #57 Alan Campos-(Jr), #97 Brandon Johnson-(So), #40 Nate Harris-(So)
MLB-#50 Tom Jackson-(Sr/Capt), #51 Eddie "The Assassin" Johnson-(Sr), #52 Tyrus McCloud-(Jr), #54 Robert McCune-(Jr)
CB-#1 Frank Minnifield-(Sr), #13 Sam Madison-(Jr), #34 Ray Buchanan-(Jr), #20 Rashad Holman-(Jr), #4 Charles Johnson-(Jr), #25 Antoine Harris-(So), #21 William Gay-(So)
FS-#49 Dwayne Woodruff-(Sr), #24 Anthony Floyd-(Jr)
SS-#37 Deral Boykin-(Sr), #5 Kerry Rhodes-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#2 David Akers-(Jr/Lefty), #18 Art Carmody-(So/Lefty)
P-#8 Klaus Wilmsmeyer-(Sr)
LS-Koons
KOS-Carmody
KR/PR-Minnifield/Givins
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PITTSBURGH TEAM STRATEGY
Offense-Pro Style-(Run-54%/Pass-46%)
Defense-3/4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

Tony Dorsett
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWqeb9xY3RU
http://i578.photobucket.com/albums/s...onyDorsett.jpg
Dorsett's record with the Panthers was legendary. He was named to an All-America team as a freshman and again as a junior and senior. Playing under Coach Johnny Majors, Dorsett became the first college back to run for 1,000 or more yards four seasons and the first to gain more than 1,500 yards three years. He established an all-time NCAA record of 6,082 yards. His best season as a senior saw him running for 1,948 yards and 21 touchdowns.

Chris Doleman
He was a star linebacker and defensive end for the Pitt Panthers from 1982 to 1984. He ended his career at Pitt with 25 sacks which was good for third all-time at the time of his departure. That total still ranks sixth in Pitt annals.

Hugh Green
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vau...3/33/index.htm
A three-time All American and a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, Green is the most dominant defensive player in college football history. He was only 6-2 and 220 pounds, but was so quick and agile, opposing tackles rarely had a solution to the pass-rushing phenom. Green finished his brilliant Panther career with 441 tackles, 53 sacks.

Team Resources/Videos
http://www.post-gazette.com/sports/c...1102smizik.asp 1980 Panthers rank among best
http://kotitescorner.blogspot.com/20...fl-roster.html Pittsburgh Panthers All-Time NFL Roster
http://www.pittsburghpanthers.com/sp...050509aab.html Pitt Football's All-Time First Team All-Americans

OFFENSE
QB-#13 Dan Marino-(Sr), #12 Matt Cavanaugh-(Sr), #10 Alex Van Pelt-(Sr), #2 Rod Rutherford-(So), #3 Tyler Palko-(So)
RB-#33 Tony "TD" Dorsett-(Sr), #27 Curvin "Swervin" Richards-(Sr), #29 Curtis Martin-(Jr), #43 Kevan Barlow-(Jr), #37 Nick Goings-(Jr), #25 LeSean McCoy-(Fr), #4 LaRod Stephens-Howling-(Fr)
FB-#34 Craig "Iron Head" Heyward-(Sr), #40 Randy McMillan-(Sr), #32 Lousaka Polite-(So)
WR-#24 Gordon Jones-(Sr), #80 Julius Dawkins-(Sr), #6 Dietrich Jells-(Jr), #83 LaTef Grim-(Jr), #1 Larry Fitzgerald-(So/Capt), #88 Antonio Bryant-(So), #86 Greg Lee-(So)
TE-#89 "Iron Mike" Ditka-(Sr), #81 Dave Moore-(Sr), #84 Kris Wilson-(So), #82 Nate Byham-(Fr)
OT-#75 Jim "Jimbo" Covert-(Sr),#73 Mark May-(Sr), #70 Rob Petitti(So), #76 Jeff Otah-(So)
OG-#79 Bill Fralic-(Sr), #69 Randy Dixon-(Sr), #78 Ruben Brown-(Jr), #74 Charles Spencer-(So), #68 Mike Glynn-(So)
C-#59 Russ Grimm-(Sr), #53 Mark Stepnoski-(Sr)

DEFENSE
DE-#99 Hugh Green-(Sr/Capt), #56 Chris Doleman-(Sr), #97 Tony Woods-(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-(Sr)
OLB-#87 Ricky Jackson-(Sr), #50 Marty Schotenheimer-(Sr), #48 Ricardo McDonald-(Jr), #54 H.B. Blades-(So), #17 Clint Session-(So)
MLB-#65 Joe Schmidt-(Sr), ), #55 Jerry Olsavzky-(Sr), #51 Gerald Hayes-(Jr), #52 Scott McKillop-(Fr)
CB-#26 Tim Lewis-(Sr), #23 Steve Israel-(Sr), #31 Hank Poteat-(Jr), #19 Shawnte Spencer-(So), #7 Torrie Cox-(Jr), #15 Darrelle Revis-(Fr), #22 Josh Lay-(So)
FS-#49 Carlton Williamson-(Sr), #35 Ramon Walker-(Jr)
SS-#21 Anthony Dorsett-(Jr), #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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RUTGERS
Offense-Pro Style-(Run-50%/Pass-50%)
Defense-3-4

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS

SCOTT ERNEY
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpag...53C1A961948260
The most prolific passer in Rutgers football history, Erney was an honorable mention AP All-American in 1988. He holds the school record with 436 yards passing vs. Vanderbilt in 1988. He threw for more than 300 yards in a game on four occasions.

PAUL ROBESON
http://www.collegefootball.org/famer...d.php?id=10080
Robeson earned altogether 15 varsity letters in American football, baseball, basketball, and track and field. For his accomplishments as an end in football, he was named a first-team All-American in 1917 and 1918.

The football coach, Walter Camp, later described him as "the greatest to ever trot the gridiron."

DERON CHERRY
He was a safety and punter at Rutgers University. In 1979 he was named the Scarlet Knights MVP. In 1979 and 1980, Cherry earned AP All-East honors. Cherry recorded nine career interceptions and punted for a then-record 39.4 career average.

TEAM RESOURCES/VIDEOS
http://www.scarletknights.com/football/history/aa.asp Rutgers All Americans
http://www.newjerseynewsroom.com/pro...llege-football Best of the decade
http://www.scarletknights.com/footba...ry/history.asp Rutgers Football History Capsule

OFFENSE
QB-#6 Scott Erney-(Sr), #1 Ray Lucas-(Jr), #17 Mike McMahon-(Jr), #13 Ryan Hart-(So), #14 Mike Teel-(Fr)
RB-#42 Bill Austin-(Sr/Capt), #35 J.J. Jennings-(Sr), #31 Terrell Willis-(Jr), #27 Ray RIce-(Fr)
FB-#23 Brian Leonard-(So)
WR-#99 Paul Robeson-(Sr), #5 Andrew Baker-(Sr), #2 Eric Young-(Sr), #82 Chris Brantley-(Sr), #86 Jim Guarantano-(Jr), #8 Tres Moses-(So), #88 Kenny Britt-(Fr), #7 Tiquan Underwood-(Fr)
TE-#48 James Jenkins-(Sr/FB), #85 L.J. Smith-(Jr), #81 Marco Battaglia-(Jr), #80 Clark Harris-(So), #89 Kevin Brock-(Fr)
OT-#70 Harry Swayne-(Sr), #78 Robert Barr-(Jr), #77 Pedro Sosa-(Fr), #71 Jeremy Zuttah-(Fr), #75 Anthony Davis-(Fr)
OG-#79 Steve Tardy-(Sr), #72 Lee Getz-(Sr), #76 John Glass-(So), #63 Cameron Stephenson-(So)
C-#51 Alex Kroll-(Sr), #60 Shaun O'Hara-(Jr), #53 Darnell Stapleton-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#73 Bill Pickel-(Sr), #57 John Alexander-(Sr), #64 Raheem Orr-(Jr), #91 Ryan Neill-(So), #90 Jamaal Westerman-(Fr)
DT-#54 Dino Mangiero-(Sr), #94 Rashod Swinger-(Jr), #97 J'Vonne Parker-(So), #95 Gary Gibson-(So), #56 Eric Foster-(Fr)
OLB-#52 Jim Dumont Sr-(Sr), #55 Alcides Catanho-(Jr), #92 Shawn Williams-(Jr), #47 Brandon Renkart-(Fr)
MLB-#65 Bill Pellington-(Sr), #50 Tyronne Stowe-(Sr), #58 Gary Brackett-(Jr), #44 Ryan D'Imperio-(Fr/FB)
CB-#28 Carl Howard-(Sr), #34 Reggie Stephens-(Jr), #24 Brandon Haw-(Jr), #32 Nate Jones-(So), #11 Derrick Robinson-(So), #21 Devin McCourty-(Fr), #25 Jason McCourty-(Fr)
FS-#26 Donnie Harris-(Sr), #30 Jay Bellamy-(Jr)
SS-#20 Deron Cherry-(Sr), #36 Courtney Greene-(Fr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#12 Alex Falcinelli-(Sr), #10 Jeremy Ito-(Fr)
P-#3 Mike Barr-(Jr)
LS-Clark Harris
KR/PR-Bill Austin/Eric Young
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SYRACUSE TEAM STRATEGY
Offense-Air Force-(Run-60%/Pass-40%)
Defense-3-4

IMPACT PLAYERS/ALL AMERICANS

Jim Brown
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvcV2...eature=related

Ernie "The Elmira Express" Davis
http://il.youtube.com/watch?v=jsjr10...eature=related The Legend of 44
http://il.youtube.com/watch?v=jTIb54...eature=related

Dan Conley
Conley was a two-time All-BIG EAST First Team selection and was a candidate for the Butkus Award as a junior and senior. Conley was selected to Syracuse's All-Century Team, which honored the 44 best Orange players from the 20th century.

Team Resources/Videos
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/mul...ontent.10.html Syracuse Top Atheletes
http://www.suathletics.com/sports/20...nturyteam.aspx Football All-Century Team
http://collegefootball.rivals.com/co...asp?CID=547610
http://blog.syracuse.com/orangefootb...orangemen.html The 1987 Orangemen

OFFENSE
QB-#9 Don McPherson-(Sr), #5 Donavan McNabb-(Jr), #15 Marvin Graves-(Jr), #3 R.J. Anderson-(So)
RB-#32 Jim Brown-(Sr/K/LB), #44 Ernie "The Express" Davis-(Sr/Capt), #40 Floyd Little-(Sr), #47 Joe Morris-(Sr), #42 Kirby Dar-Dar-(Jr), #23 James Mungro-(Jr), #30 Walter Reyes-(So)
FB-#39 Larry Csonka-(Sr), #35 Jim Nance-(Sr), #48 Daryl "Moose" Johnston-(Sr), #46 Rob Konrad-(Jr), #43 Tony Fiammetta-(Fr)
WR-#45 Art Monk-(Sr), #14 Rob Moore-(Sr), #8 Marvin Harrison-(Jr), #83 Qadry "Missile" Ismail-(Sr), #12 Kevin Johnson-(Jr/QB), #81 David Tyree-(So), #1 Mike Williams-(Fr)
TE-#88 John Mackey-(Sr/Capt), #84 Chris Gedney-(Sr), #85 Roland Williams-(Jr)
OT-#71 Stan Walters-(Sr), #68 Walt Sweeney-(Sr), #73 Melvin Tuten-(Jr), #78 Adam Terry-(So), #67Quinn Ojinnaka-(So)
OG-#64 Craig Wolfley-(Sr), #53 John Flannery-(Sr), #69 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), #54 Dwight Freeney-(Jr), #98 Duke Pettijohn-(Jr), #97 Josh Thomas-(So), #52 Jameel McClain-(Fr)
DT-#72 Tim Green-(Sr), #99 Ted Gregory-(Sr), #96 Blaise Winter-(Sr), #93 Eric Downing-(Jr), #95 Antonio Anderson-(Jr)
OLB--#90 Terry Wooden-(Sr), #56 Keith Bullock-(Jr), #18 Morlon Greenwood-(Jr), #58 Kelvin Smith-(So)
MLB-#49 Dan Conley-(Sr/Capt), #50 Kevin Mitchell-(Jr), #59 Clifton Smith-(Jr), #57 Rich Scanlon-(Jr)
CB-#4 Kevin Abrams-(Jr), #25 Will Allen-(Jr), #15 Willie Ford-(Jr), #22 Steve Gregory-(So/Wr), #28 Tanard Jackson-(So)
FS-#10 Marcus Paul-(Sr), #37 Tommy Myers-(Sr), #34 Tebucky Jones-(Jr), #26 Anthony Smith-(So)
SS-#20 Donovin Darius-(Jr), #29 Quentin Harris-(Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#2 Gary Anderson-(Sr), #11 Olindo Mare-(Jr)
P-Brown
KOS-Mare
LS-Ringo
PR/KR-Little/Ismail
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West Virginia
Offense-Air Force-(Run-60%/Pass-40%)
Defense-3-3-5

IMPACT/ALL AMERICAN PLAYERS
Amos Zereoue
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/3...ll-time/page/8

James Jett
a seven-time track All-American and Olympic gold medalist....The only true freshman to play on WVU’s 1989 Gator Bowl team, Jett over his four-year football career totaled 11 touchdown catches and 1,384 receiving yards, ranking him eighth among WVU career leaders at that time.....Also a return man, Jett finished with 3,076 career all-purpose yards, then fifth best in WVU history.

Darryl Talley
“Mr. Outside” in the early 1980s, Talley is one of the greatest linebackers ever at WVU.......During his four years in Morgantown, Talley amassed a school record 484 career tackles. The four-year starting linebacker from 1979-82 led West Virginia to the 1981 Peach Bowl and the 1982 Gator Bowl.

TEAM RESOURCES/VIDEOS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkYfK...feature=relmfu Major Harris Tribute
http://timeswv.com/wvu_sports/x13589...By-the-numbers Listing the school’s best, from No. 00 to 100
http://www.msnsportsnet.net/page.cfm...cat=exclusives Ten Greatest Seasons
http://wvlawgeekswestvirginiasports....-anounced.html All Decade Team
http://www.helmethut.com/College/WV/HuffWV.html Sam Huff
http://www.msnsportsnet.net/blogs.cf...eDate=07/03/11 BEST WR COMBOS

OFFENSE
QB-#15 Jeff Hostetler-(Sr), #9 Major Harris-(Sr), #12 Oliver Luck-(Sr), #4 Marc Bulger-(Jr), #2 Rasheed Marshall-(Jr), #5 Pat White-(Fr)
RB-#29 Adrian Murell-(Sr), #20 Famous Amos Zereoue-(Jr/Capt), #22 Avon Cobourne-(Jr), #3 Quincy Wilson-(Jr), #10 Steve Slaton-(So)
FB-#44 Jim Braxton-(Sr), #40 Wes "Express" Ours-(Jr), #35 Owen Schmitt-(So)
WR-#8 Danny Buggs-(Sr), #85 James Jett-(Sr), #88 Reggie Rembert-(Sr), #48 Willie Drewrey-(Sr), #16Shawn Foreman-(Jr), #86 David Saunders-(Jr), #1 Jerry Porter-(Jr/S), #80 Chris Henry-(So), #24 Darius Reynaud-(So)
TE-#82 Anthony Becht-(Jr), #84 Lovette Purnell-(Jr)
OT-#77 Brian Jozwiak-(Sr), #72 Solomon Page-(Jr), #71 Lance Nimmo-(Jr), #62 Ryan Stanchek-(Fr), #60 Selvish Capers-(Fr)
OG-#70 Bruce Bosley-(Sr), #73 Mike Compton-(Sr), #54 Scott Barrows-(Sr), #65 Jeremy Sheffey-(So), #79 Greg Isdaner0(Fr)
C-#78 Rich Braham-(Sr), #76 Dan Mozes-(So)

DEFENSE
DE-#97 Renaldo Turnbull-(Sr), #98 Jeff Merrow-(Sr), #42 Canute Curtis-(Jr), #87 Antwan Lake-(Jr),
DT-#61 Mike Fox-(Sr), #99 John Thornton-(Jr), #93 John Browning-(Jr)#92 Henry Slay-(Jr), #96 Keilen ****s-(So)
OLB-#66 Chuck Howley-(Sr), #90-Darryl Talley-(Sr/Capt), #59 Steve Grant-(Sr), #55 Gary Stills-(Jr), #52 James Davis-(Jr), #33 Barrett Green-(-(Jr)
MLB-#75 Sam Huff-(Sr), #50 Dennis Fowlkes-(Sr), #6 Grant Wiley-(Jr)
CB-#28 Steve Newberry-(Sr), #27 Jerry Holmes-(Sr), #41 Fulton Walker-(Sr), #30 Alvoid Mays-(Sr), #32 Aaron Beasley-(Jr), #19 Lance Frazier-(Jr), #21 Adam Pac-Man Jones-(So)
FS-#11 Darrell Whitmore-(Sr), #23 Mike Logan-(Jr), #14 Jahmile Addae-(So)
SS-#26 Bo Orlando-(Sr), #25 Mike Loello-(So)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K-#13 Mike Vanderjagt-(Sr)
P-#18 Todd Sauerbrun-(Jr)
KOS-Vanderjadt
LS-Bosley
PR/KR-Jones/Jett
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