College Football Preview-Week 4

Alright football fans, I am going to flip the script a little on what I normally do.  No, I will still do a some predicitions sure to go wrong on a few of the big games.  But this is a draft site, so instead of breaking down the games, I'm going to break down 5 prospects to watch for the weekend of college football.

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Snap Judgment College Football Week 11

This weekend promised big excitement and it delivered. Once again the NCAA rolled out a slate of amazing matchup and incredible performances. Some of the things that stood out to me as I poured over these games all weekend.

In the TCU/Utah game you could just see that every time Utah got a little momentum, TCU just choked it off either with a big play off defense or on offense. In my latest power poll I am going to have a hard time not just being a jerk and putting TCU in the top 2, because honestly, I don't know if there's a team in the nation that could beat them right now.

If Alabama doesn't get nailed for giving Mark Ingram special privledges not only to reward him for this year, but to also try and coax him back next year they aren't trying hard enough. I know Alabama has a great defense, b

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College Football Preview Week 9

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Snap Judgement College Football Week 8

Even though there were not epic matchups, this was still an impossibly great weekend of college football. So much to talk about, I reckon I'd better get it started.

The Gators got a gift, mainly from the officials in their squeaker against Mississippi State. What a farce. This is twice this year the Florida Gators have won while being helped by grossly questionable calls from inept SEC officials. First Arkansas, now Mississippi State. We get it, you want Florida to be No. 1. God forbid you let them decide it on the field. No way should Florida be No. 1 at this point. When you need the refs to spot you against these two teams, you aren't the best team in the country.

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Quick Hits and One Liners from Week 6 in College Football and the NFL

Here’s my lightning fast breakdown of the weekend of college and pro football. Some things great, some things awful but it was another interesting weekend of football!


First in the college ranks:

  • Cincinnati is really good. That offense was able to move the ball, even with a backup QB in the game against a stout USF defense. Their schedule is quite favorable so an undefeated finish could be in their future.

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2012 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Brock OsweilerQB 57Broncos
Omar BoldenCB 101Broncos
Garth GerhartC
Vontaze BurfictILB
Jamaar JarrettDE
Gerell RobinsonWR

2011 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Lawrence GuyDT 235Packers
LeQuan LewisCB
Thomas WeberK
Trevor HankinsP

2010 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Shawn LauvaoOG 92Browns
Travis GoethelILB 190Raiders
Kyle WilliamsWR 20649ers
Dexter DavisDE 236Seahawks
Danny SullivanQB
Chris McGahaWR

2009 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Paul FanaikaOG 213Eagles
Troy NolanS 223Texans
Rudy CarpenterQB
Morris WootenILB

2008 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Mike Pollak OG 59Colts
Justin Tryon CB 124Redskins
Robert James ILB 138Falcons
Ryan Torain RB 139Broncos
Josh Barrett DB 220Broncos

2007 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Zach Miller TE 38Raiders
Andrew Carnahan OT 252Jaguars

2006 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Derek Hagan WR 82Dolphins
Jamar Williams OLB 120Bears

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