Predicting all the Bowl Games

Let's roll through the Bowls, all 35 of them, in chronological order (maybe). I'm going to lay out who's playing in each one and then make a prediction on who'll win. Yet again I'll point out if I put money on my own predictions my kids would starve. I heartily recommend that you don't base anything financial on my predictions!

 New Mexico Bowl
 Who: BYU vs. UTEP
 Winner: BYU

 uDrove Humanitarian Bowl
 Who: Northern Illinois vs. Fresno State
 Winner: Fresno State

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Updated 2010 NFL draft positional rankings

Quarterbacks

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Super Sophomores for 2010

Last season we were able to see a near record number of Freshman have impacts on their teams success.  This is all well and good but being able to repeat that success and better yet, improve on it, is what will be key.  These players have set the bar very high, and here's a player from each conference that I think will push it even further in the 2010 season.

ACC

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Clearing up the Undrafted Free Agency Sweepstakes

Of the hundreds of guys who go undrafted each year, some of them give up the dream of playing football and opt for further education like New Hampshire's Scott Sicko (DBI wishes you the best of luck by the way Scott). Some give up on the NFL and go play elsewhere but some of the luckier ones get picked up by NFL teams as Undrafted Free Agents. Some of these guys even end up being paid more than their colleagues drafted in rounds 5 onwards. How does that happen? Well quite simply, some of these guys are in very high demand with several teams chasing their signature. Competition, as any agent will tell you, is going to get you paid more.

Sure lots of guys signed as UDFAs are nothing but camp fodder but for some they have a chance to earn a spot in the league and for some, it's as more than a Special Teams demon and backup. Take a look at this lineup:

Offense

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DaJuane Collins Interview

Toledo running back DeJuane Collins is currently preparing himself for his offseason workouts and the NFL draft. DeJuane was nice enough to take a few minutes with us to answer some questions. here they are...

Curt: What are your accurate measurements (height, weight & 40 time)?
DaJuane: 5'10", 215, 4.5

Curt: What areas of your game transfer best to the NFL?
DaJuane: Ability to run between tackles and find holes, catching the football out of the backfield and pass protection.

Curt: What things do you hope to improve on?
DaJuane: General knowledge of the game and 40 time

Curt: What role do you see for yourself on an NFL team?
DaJuane: Special teams and some playing time at RB

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2012 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Eric PageWR

2011 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Kevin KowalskiC

2010 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Aaron OpeltQB
DaJuane CollinsRB
Stephen WilliamsWR
Jared DeWaltOT
Barry ChurchS

2009 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team

2008 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
John Greco OT 65Rams
Jalen Parmele RB 176Ravens

2007 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team

2006 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Bruce Gradkowski QB 194Buccaneers

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