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My 10 Favorite Players to Watch in College Football

This list isn’t necessarily made of up the best players in college football–though some are very good to great–but the ones that I get the most fun out of watching. I try to see 15-20 games every Saturday, but when these players flash on the screen, my eyes tend to linger a little longer. B.J. […]

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Top 10 Running Backs for 2010

HP’s preview of the 2010 season continues with a look at the top 10 running backs.  See the top 10 receivers here and the top 10 tight ends here. 1. Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech–It looks to me like Williams is the complete package.  He’s got size, speed, vision, toughness and a nose for the end […]

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Spring Reports

Our last report on spring scrimmages. Click here, here and here to view previous reports. Announced attendance included when available. Big East West Virginia: Running back Noel Devine played only a half, but rushed for 73 yards and one touchdown in 12 carries. Attendance: 21,029. Conference USA Southern Methodist: No spring game for the Mustangs. […]

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The HeismanPundit.com Heisman Poll, 10/27

HeismanPundit.com Heisman Poll, 10/27 Total Points with first place votes in parantheses 1. Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama–56 (9) 2. Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame–26 (1) 3. Colt McCoy, QB, Texas–25 4. Tim Tebow, QB, Florida–23 (1) 5. Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska–15 (1) 6. Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame–10 (1) Case Keenum, QB, Houston–10 8. Jacquizz […]

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2009 Preview: Rating the Running Backs

My rankings continue with the top 10 running backs for 2009: Go here to see the top quarterbacks for 2009 1. Jahvid Best, Cal–The most exciting back in the country.  Gained 1,580 yards, scored 15 TDs, averaged 8 yards per carry…and was dinged up for much of the year.  If he stays healthy, he may surpass […]

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Looking Forward To…

…seeing how Ryan Mallet develops under Bobby Petrino.  Look out SEC. …Caleb King turning into a big star.  Could be better than Knowshon. …the look on Lane Kiffin’s face after the Florida game.  Whatever happens. …Auburn’s new offense under Gus Malzahn.  Can he change the culture? …the weekly Gator track meets with Demps, Rainey, et al.  […]

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HP’s Preseason Top 10 Teams

The polls are out .  Not many surprises.  Here’s my list of the top 10 teams heading into the season: 1. Oklahoma– The Sooners feature the nation’s pass efficiency leader, an excellent group of skill players, the best offensive line in the country and two elite interior defensive tackles.  To me, that’s a good formula […]

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CFR’s 2007 Top 25 Countdown: 1-5

Counting down College Football Resource’s preseason top 25 teams. As always, this is a "power" ranking reflecting team quality over expectations relative to schedule.  I assembled this list a few weeks ago and am not intellectually bound to it as the on-field and off-field events of the season will obviously dictate future rankings.  Frankly it’s […]

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Tyler and Galippo Amongst Finalists for High School’s Top Player

From the Los Angeles Times: Quarterback Jimmy Clausen and running back Marc Tyler of Westlake Village Oaks Christian and linebacker Chris Galippo of Anaheim Servite are among 16 candidates for the U.S. Army Player of the Year Award. Other nominees for the player-of-the-year award are Will Korn, quarterback from Duncan (S.C.) Byrnes; Chris Strong, linebacker […]

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’07 Recruiting Class Already Looking Nasty

According to the latest ESPN and Scout 2007 Recruit Rankings, USC’s class is already looking like another #1. Amongst the highlights of our early verbal commitments: Marc Tyler – RB (ESPN #1, Scout #7) Chris Galippo – LB (ESPN #2, Scout #14) Marshall Jones – S (ESPN #9, Scout Top 200) James Wilson – OL […]

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