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'College Football Mondays' - Frank Coyle's New Weekly Column

Mississippi St. Beats Three Top 10 Teams in Recent Weeks

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College Football Monday - Week 7

Team of the Week: Mississippi St.

Players Of Week
Offense: QB Bryce Petty – Baylor
Defense: LB Zach Vigil – Utah St.

Photo: QB Dak Prescott – Mississippi St.

Upcoming Game of the Week: #6 Notre Dame (6-0) at #2 Florida St (6-0)

Mississippi St Leaps Florida St to Claim #1 Spot

In another wild early regular season weekend, the top ten had a major shakeup with three clubs losing critical matchups. Mississippi St. and Ole Miss won huge top twenty matchups. The Miss. St Bulldogs beat #2 Auburn in the biggest game in Starksville, Mississippi in years that propelled them to the #1 national ranking. Cross state rival Mississippi beat Texas A&M convincingly to solidify their #3 ranking.

The Bulldogs get Kentucky on the road while the Ole Miss Rebels will host Tennessee in what appears to be easy matchups. The SEC has proven anything but easy with Alabama sneaking out a tough win at Arkansas 14-13 last week.

Both Ole Miss and Mississippi St are part of the SEC West division that brings strong challenges through the rest of the fall. Ole Miss goes to LSU in two weeks with Auburn at home the following week before finishing with Arkansas and the instate rivalry Egg Bowl vs Mississippi St.

Mississippi St faces a stubborn Arkansas club on November 1st with a tough challenge mid November at Alabama before the potentially epic Egg Bowl matchup.

The Pac 12 was established itself as the nations’ 2nd best conference with Oregon a legitimate candidate for the final four. Both Arizona St and Arizona have had strong first half performances while a young USC club has made nice progress and appears ready to challenge for a top 15 placement with a run facing a soft schedule this month.

The only game this weekend of undefeated teams is Notre Dame at Florida St. Though neither team faced a strong first half schedule, the winner here is almost guaranteed placement in the final four playoff teams for the national championship. QBs Jameis Winston and Everett Golson get the spotlight and a big performance here puts them in the middle of the Heisman Trophy race.

The TCU vs Oklahoma St. may be another wild shootout. TCU allowed Baylor to get back in the game after a big early lead. They lost in overtime 61-58 to a Baylor club that rode the hot passing of QB Bryce Petty. Auburn gets South Carolina at home in a possible trap game while Alabama goes to Texas A&M where the Aggies face a key game after losing the past two weeks to top five ranked teams Mississippi St and Ole Miss.

Heisman Trophy Race
QB Bryce Petty – Baylor
Senior pocket passer threw six TD passes last week vs top ten opponent TCU, all of the scoring passes over 25 yards. His statistics will rival any passer in the nation and with a top 5 rankings get him heavy national attention.

QB Dak Prescott – Mississippi St.
Junior passer accounted for 3 TDs (2 rushing) in huge win over Auburn that propelled the Bulldogs to the #1 rankings in the polls. He faces Kentucky this week.

RB Todd Gurley - Georgia
Power junior back is currently suspended for signing autographs. He led the nation in rushing despite special attention weekly in the tough SEC.

QB Marcus Mariota – Oregon
Mobile passer had another top game with 2 TDs passing and 2 TDs rushing as the Ducks pounded UCLA 42-30. He faces a major challenge with Washington coming to town on Saturday.

Upset of the Week – Notre Dame beats Florida St. in Tallahassee. This should be a shootout between QBs Jameis Winston and Everett Golson with the winner in the Heisman Trophy finalist discussion.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes ‘College Football Mondays’ weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

College Football Monday - Top Ten Shakeup

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College Football Monday - Week 6

Team of the Week: Ole Miss

Players Of Week
Offense: QB Bo Wallace – Ole Miss
Defense: DE Bud Dupree - Kentucky

Photo: QB Dak Prescott – Mississippi St.

Upcoming Game of the Week: #2 Auburn (5-0) at #3 Mississippi St. (5-0)

Upset Saturday Shakes Up Top Ten and Playoff Hopes

In the wildest early regular season weekend in decades, the top ten had a major shakeup with four clubs losing critical matchups. Ole Miss beat #3 Alabama in the biggest game in Oxford, Mississippi in years. Cross state rival Mississippi St was not outdone with an impressive whipping of Texas A&M who entered the game undefeated at 5-0. The Bulldogs jumped on A&M with a strong 48-31 victory. Both Ole Miss and Mississippi St are part of the SEC West division that is comparable to the NFC West. Incredibly, LSU at 4-2 and Arkansas at 3-2 bring up the rear in this powerful division.

The SEC West features another two major clashes this week with Auburn at Mississippi in the only game this weekend of undefeated teams, in addition to the Ole Miss at Texas A&M matchup in College Station. These two games will have a strong bearing on the SEC West leadership entering the critical second half of the season. The top ten could undergo another major reshuffling with six matchups that feature potential playoff finalists for January 2015.

The Auburn at Mississippi St. clash is the only game this weekend of undefeated teams with Ole Miss at Texas A&M, Oregon at UCLA, TCU at Baylor, Alabama at Arkansas and Georgia at Missouri, other great top twenty five matchups.

Heisman Trophy Race
RB Todd Gurley - Georgia

Powerful junior back continues to pound the rock with big numbers weekly vs tough SEC defenses. He faces Missouri this Saturday

QB Dak Prescott – Mississippi St.
Junior passer accounted for 5 TDs (3 rushing) in huge win over Texas A&M. He is in the spotlight this week with #2 Auburn coming to town.

QB Marcus Mariota – Oregon
Mobile passer had another good game, but the Ducks came up short vs Arizona. He faces a major challenge with road game at UCLA on Saturday.

Upset of the Week – Texas A&M recovers from their loss to Mississippi St and beats Ole Miss with help from the 12th man.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes ‘College Football Mondays’ weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Top 25 Teams - Florida St. Beats Miami

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Alabama Heads Polls - Florida St. Beats Miami
Seven Teams Remain Undefeated

Players of Week
Offense: QB Derek Carr – Fresno St
Defense: DE Jadeveon Clowney – South Carolina

Photo: Jadeveon Clowney – South Carolina

Upcoming Game of the Week: Oregon (8-0) at Stanford (7-1)
Florida St. Posts Impressive Win over Miami

Coaches Poll
Team of the Week -Florida St

Rank /Team / Record / First Place Votes
1 Alabama - 8-0 - 54 - 1
2 Oregon - 8-0 – 5 - 2
3 Florida St. - 8-0 – 3 -3
4 Ohio St. - 9-0
5 Baylor - 7-0
6 Stanford - 7-1
7 Clemson - 8-1
8 Oklahoma - 7-1
9 Missouri -8-1
10 Auburn - 8-1
11 Oklahoma St. - 7-1
12 LSU - 7-2
13 Texas A&M - 7-2
14 Miami - 7-1
15 South Carolina -7-2
16 Louisville - 7-1
17 Fresno State - 8-0
18 UCLA - 6-2
19 Michigan St - 8-1
20 Northern Illinois -9-0
21 Central Florida - 6-1
22 Wisconsin - 6-2
23 Texas Tech - 7-2
24 Arizona St. - 6-2
25 Notre Dame -7-2

Dropped Out: 21 Michigan

AP Poll
1 Alabama - 8-0 - 56 - 1
2 Oregon - 8-0 - 6 - 2
3 Florida St. - 8-0
4 Ohio St. - 9-0
5 Baylor - 7-0
6 Stanford - 7-1
7 Auburn - 8-1
8 Clemson - 8-1
9 Missouri -8-1
10 LSU - 7-2
11 Texas A&M - 7-2
12 Oklahoma - 7-1
13 South Carolina - 7-2
14 Miami - 7-1
15 Oklahoma St. -7-1
16 UCLA - 6-2
17 Fresno State - 8-0
18 Michigan St - 8-1
19 Central Florida - 6-1
20 Louisville - 7-1
21 Wisconsin - 6-2
22 Northern Illinois - 9-0
23 Arizona St. - 6-2
24 Notre Dame -7-2
25 Texas Tech - 7-2

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

College Football Mondays - Florida St. Climbs After Big Win over Clemson

College Football Monday - Week 9

Team of the Week: Oregon

Players of the Week
Offense: QB Connor Shaw - South Carolina
Defense: DT Ra’Shede Hageman - Minnesota

Photo: DT Ra’Shede Hageman - Minnesota

Upcoming Game of the Week: Miami (7-0) at Florida St (7-0)

Florida St. Climbs in Polls After Impressive Win over Clemson
In a soft weekend schedule that saw many top ranked clubs romp over easy opponents, the upcoming week presents a classic Miami/Florida St clash. This weekend, both clubs will enter the matchup in the top seven rankings, a rare event since the glory days of the ‘90s.

The national matchup showcases QB Jameis Winston of FSU and Stephen Morris of Miami who are having fine seasons. Winston is one of the top two Heisman Trophy candidates entering this contest and a top performance here on a big stage might push him to the forefront. Morris has quietly had a fine senior effort that has elevated his status for the NFL Draft 2014. The winner here can claim a chance at the national title with a strong final month. Both clubs are cut in the mold of their school’s tradition – speed, defense and big play ability.

A gritty performance by South Carolina QB Connor Shaw vs Missouri was one of the more impressive efforts this season and spoke volumes of his intangibles as a leader for the position. He threw 3 TD passes and came off the bench to rally the Gamecocks to a double OT victory over an undefeated Tiger club on the road. The victory puts SC within reach of the SEC East title behind only Missouri in the division. The SC-Clemson finale on Nov. 30th will have top ten ramifications that could influence the top BCS matchups, in addition to both the SEC and ACC races.

One of the roller coaster rides this season is the Minnesota Gophers. Between their surprising 6-2 start and the inconsistent health of HC Jerry Kill, their weekly report ranges from shocking to disappointing. Kill has had repeated seizures over recent seasons before returning. His health and recovery have become part of the momentum of this squad. The club has been a streaking hot and cold team over that period with the talent to win at least 8 or 9 games this season. DT Da’Shede Hageman put on a dominant performance Saturday in their upset of #23 Nebraska. Hageman combines rare speed, quickness and power for the inside with the ability to win with speed or power as a pass rusher. He can secure a 1st round pick with strong performance at the Senior Bowl.
For pure excitement, the Oklahoma 38-30 win over undefeated Texas Tech included countless big plays on both sides of the ball. Both the Sooner and Bears have two weeks to get their clubs ready with bye weeks on the schedule this week. With the Baylor Bears coming to Norman in November, it will probably be the deciding game in the Big 12 this season.

The upset of the week has to be the Duke 13-10 win over Virginia Tech. It was the Blue Devils first win over a top 25 team since the 1994 season. They gained only 198 yards, but it was enough to defeat the Hokies who struggled behind QB Logan Thomas who threw 4 interceptions. Logan will be a case study this postseason for the NFL Draft. This is a huge athlete at 6’6” 240 lbs., mobility and a strong arm. But he continues to struggle with many critical mistakes. poor decision making and inconsistent throwing technique. His draft status has fallen significantly this season and he needs a strong postseason to establish a potential NFL starting grade.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes ‘College Football Mondays’ weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals networks, sports publications and web sites.

College Football Monday - Ducks Challenge for #1 Ranking

College Football Monday – Week 7

Team of the Week: Penn St.

Players of the Week
Offense: QB Marcus Mariota - Oregon
Defense: DT Chris Whaley - Texas

Upcoming Game of the Week: Clemson (6-0) at Florida St (5-0)

Penn St. & Missou Post Big Upsets
With 13 teams among the unbeaten, Saturday brought some key upsets with Missouri winning at Georgia 41-26 and Penn St winning in 4 OTs at home vs unbeaten Michigan. Missouri went into Athens and drilled a top ten Bulldog club that lost valuable ground in the tough SEC. The Tigers jumped to a big lead before Georgia came within 28-26 before Missouri scored the final points for their biggest SEC victory. The cost was high as they lost starting QB
Penn St. has performed remarkably under HC Bill O’Brien after the scandal that rocked the University last fall. The win over the unbeaten Michigan program elevated their record to 4-2 and into strong contention for the Big Ten divisional title. They will not be able to rest on their laurels as they travel to Ohio St this week vs the 6-0 Buckeyes.
There were other significant victories last Saturday with Oregon drilling a good Washington club, Utah shocks Stanford, LSU beat Florida and Texas crushed Oklahoma that shape the new Top 25 standings. Oregon is a club that continues to make a weekly statement and may be the team to beat for the national title.

The Ducks remained unbeaten behind Heisman Trophy candidate QB Marcus Mariota who completed 24-of-31 passes for 366 yards and 3 TDs while running for 88 yards and a score. The Ducks extended their winning streak against the Huskies to 10 games. Mariota has now thrown or run for a total of 25 TDs this season and has not committed a turnover through six games. He is probably the leading Heisman candidate in a competitive season at the midseason mark. He heads a strong QB class that features last year’s Heisman winner Johnny Manziel, Tajh Boyd and Teddy Bridgewater.

Texas finally beat Oklahoma after three consecutive losses in the Red River Classic. The win probably earns a reprieve for HC Mack Brown temporally after heavy pressure entering this game at 3-2 including a few ugly performances and a win over Iowa St. that included a horrible call on a game changing goal line fumble returned for a TD.

The Longhorns enter their bye week this weekend before their final six Big 12 matchups, starting with a tough TCU club on Oct. 26th. Whether they can go better than .500 through the upcoming stretch remains to be seen and most likely the results will determine HC Brown’s fate with the Longhorns.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes ‘College Football Mondays’ weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

College Football Mondays – Southern Cal Fires HC Lane Kiffin

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College Football Monday – Week 5

Team of the Week: Georgia

Players of the Week
Offense: QB Aaron Murray - Georgia
Defense: DE Shayon Green - Miami

Upcoming Game of the Week: Ohio St (5-0) at Northwestern (4-0)

Southern Cal Fires HC Lane Kiffin
Southern Cal Athletic Director Pat Haden fired HC Lane Kiffin after an embarrassing 62-41 loss to Arizona St. The loss left the Trojans at 3-2 in the early action and only 4-7 over the last 11 games. That includes so-so wins over Hawaii and Utah St. His 10-8 record the past two seasons was done with basically his recruits while his marginal early success were players recruited by prior HC Pete Carroll.
Kiffin has been one of the youngest head coaches at his recent stops with the Oakland Raiders, Tennessee University prior to Southern Cal. All three tenures were a disaster especially with the Raiders where he proved he was over his head especially with people skills. He battled with legendary Raider owner Al Davis that led to an abrupt firing. His short tenure at Tennessee was a disgrace where he openly lied to UT officials and left abruptly in year two for the Southern Cal position.

His immaturity and arrogant attitude alienated many USC officials and alumni, not to mention the media in general and many at prior coaching stops. He is the perfect example of nepotism at high levels. He has been a self-promoted job hoppin coach whose success was marginal at best. His past three positions leave some serious questions about his ability to coach and motivate athletes. His lies at Tennessee did serious damage to one of the premier college programs in the nation.

His poor performance and maturity with the Raiders left a lingering negative image with NFL personnel men, though in a sport mired in nepotism, he will probably surface as an offensive coordinator or QB coach with some pro club.

2013 Season Insight:
Alabama drilled a young Ole Miss squad with a 25-0 shutout that keeps them as the #1 club in all the polls. Ole Miss is an up and coming program but was not able to handle the physical Bama team that can beat a club on all levels. The Tide might cruise into the LSU game on Nov. 9th undefeated with marginal challenges on their schedule. They could be headed to a showdown with Georgia in the SEC title game if both clubs continue their strong performances.

Georgia won a dramatic 44-41 shootout with LSU with QB Aaron Murray putting his signature on a major win for the program in a critical SEC matchup. Murray lead a game winning drills with 1:47 to play to defeat the unbeaten Tigers in a classic contest. Both QB Murray and LSU QB Zach Mettenberger put on a clinic matchup drive after drive until the former passer closed it out for the Bulldogs’ victory.

Georgia has the roster to beat the champion Bama team especially if they meet later in the season after their young defense can gain valuable experience. The Bulldog’s opening game loss to Clemson will hang over their head, though they are capable of running the table into the SEC title game. That can put them in a major bowl matchup and possible rematch with Clemson for national honors.

Wisconsin lost a tough game at Ohio St at 31-24 with a last second first half TD pass that was the ultimate difference. The Badgers young defense failed in critical spots that enabled the Buckeyes to get over a major hurdle in the Big Ten. They face an undefeated Northwestern club that enters the toughest part of their Big Ten schedule. This may be the biggest game in Evanston, Il in over a decade. The Wildcats have had good seasons recently, but continually fail in key Big Ten matchups.

Stanford faces a major test vs Washington at home this week in a contest of unbeaten before they face their toughest run vs Pac 12 opponents. Their young offense has gained valuable experience entering the strong midseason schedule. They look like a club building with each game and still have a month before battling Oregon at home in early November. The Stanford-Washington clash is one of three games this weekend of undefeated teams with Northwestern vs Ohio St and Florida St vs Maryland the others.

Upset of the Week – Utah knocks UCLA from the unbeaten ranks this Saturday.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes ‘College Football Mondays’ weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

College Football Mondays - Undefeated Teams Move Into Conference Games

College Football Monday – Week 4
Team of the Week: Fresno St.

Players of the Week
Offense: QB Tom Savage - Pittsburgh
Defense: LB C.J. Mosley - Alabama

Photo: LB Shayne Skov - Stanford

Upcoming Game of the Week: LSU (4-0) at Georgia (2-1)
With the first month of the college football season in the books, there are still 20 clubs undefeated with the top eight teams in the rankings showing perfect records. Coming off a soft overall weekend schedule, Alabama continues to hold their #1 ranking in every poll with the top five unchanged.

Though Bama holds the top spot in the national rankings, many feel that Oregon and Clemson will rise in the point totals over the next month. Both are legitimate national threats to upset the Bama club. Within the SEC, the Tide will face a huge test from LSU in November, though little else with a soft overall schedule with no Georgia, Florida or South Carolina on their regular season agenda.

The Tide faces a rejuvenated Ole Miss (3-0) club this week that comes off a bye week. Ole Miss is a very young club that had a great recruiting class and a potential force going forward in the SEC. This week’s matchup is interesting to see how mature they are at this point of their development. Oregon faces Cal at home and Clemson hosts Wake Forest in two expected mismatches.

The Game of the Week is LSU at Georgia in a battle of two Top Ten clubs. The winner could vault themselves into the top five if any of the higher rank clubs struggle. LSU is a powerhouse, though another very young club after losing a record 11 underclassmen to the pro ranks after last season. Georgia is also a SEC power that reloads the cannon annually after sustaining huge losses to the NFL especially on the defensive side of the ball.

Both clubs have senior QBs in Georgia’s Aaron Murray and LSU’s Zach Mettenberger and strong ground games built around power backs Todd Gurley and Jeremy Hill. The two young defenses will be fully tested in this contest that can carry huge national impact through the year. The two clubs have not met in the regular season since 2009 in a SEC quirk in the schedule. The Tigers did pound the Bulldogs 42-10 in the SEC Championship after the 2011 season.

2013 Season Insight:
Pittsburgh senior QB Tom Savage had an impressive performance that earned him Offensive Player of the Week honors. Savage threw for a Pitt record 6 TDs for 424 yards on 23 of 33 passes with no interceptions. The TD passes tied an ACC record and the yardage was the 4th best in Pitt history. That is very impressive considering HOF QB Dan Marino played for the Panthers. Savage is a much travelled senior who began his career at Rutgers. He has NFL talent that may finally be maturing entering his critical final season. Ohio St. has not missed QB Braxton Miller much with backup QB Kenny Gulton setting a new Buckeye record with 6 TD passes vs Florida A&M.

Maryland is undefeated and off to their best start (4-0) since 2001. They were impressive Saturday when their shutout West Virginia 37-0. HC Randy Edsall was 4-8 last season and 6-18 over his short two year tenure. The Terps were highly criticized last season after going only 2-6 in the ACC and no postseason. They are winning with only a handful of seniors starting. Edsall’s first recruiting class are only true juniors this season and it looks like blue skies ahead in the tough Atlantic division that features Florida St and Clemson.
UCLA is a hot club going into their bye weekend. They begin their Pac 12 schedule Oct 3rd at Utah. They face key midseason road games at Stanford and Oregon that could move them into the top ten rankings. They are a young club is gaining confidence under HC Jim Mora and emerging star QB Brett Hundley that made fast progress over his second starting season.

Rutgers won a big game at a home sellout vs Arkansas, coming back with 21 second half points for a 28-24 victory. Rutger’s QB Gary Nova threw for 346 yards and 3 TDs. They go on the road to SMU and Louisville that will fully test a young club especially on defense. Their defense will be fully tested by QBs Teddy Bridgewater and Garrett Gilbert. If they survive those games they will be home for 4 of their final 6 contests with a strong chance for the postseason.

One of the remarkable coaching jobs over the past two seasons is by HC Bill O’Brien. After losing the first two games on the 2012 season, the Nittany Lions went 8-2 the rest of the season prior to their fast 3-1 start this fall. That is amazing considering the pressure the PSU program was under after the Jerry Sandusky tragedy/ scandal. Hopefully the institution continues to heal and rectify their mistakes within the community. They begin their Big Ten schedule at Indiana after a bye week this Saturday with tough conference opponents Michigan and Ohio St. to follow.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes ‘College Football Mondays’ weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

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