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#2 Florida St. beats #5 Notre Dame in Classic Matchup

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College Football Monday - Week 8

#2 Florida St. beats #5 Notre Dame in Classic Matchup

Team of the Week: Florida St.

Players Of Week
Offense: QB Jameis Winston – Florida St
Defense: S Cedric Thompson - Minnesota

Photo: QB Dak Prescott – Mississippi St.

Upcoming Game of the Week: #2 Ole Miss (6-0) at #22 LSU (6-2)

SEC West Places Four Clubs in Top Five

The top ten had another major shakeup with three clubs losing critical matchups. Florida St. beat Notre Dame in a classic battle that ended with an Irish penalty on an apparent go ahead touchdown. ND was rightly called for a pass interference call on a pick play that scored the winning score. The Seminoles made a great comeback to go 7-0 behind a laser hot QB Jameis Winston who climbed right in the middle of the Heisman Trophy race with the victory. The win extended the FSU winning streak to 23 games Winston was incredible throughout the 2nd half comeback that saw him complete 15 of his last 16 passes. He still faces possible suspensions from an alleged sexual assault from Dec. 2012 and illegal earning money for signing autographs through the recent offseason. The Seminoles face a fairly easy remaining schedule that probably earns them a spot in the final four in January.

The SEC West division continues to get national news with four teams ranked in the top five clubs, a new milestone in the AP polls. With Mississippi St sitting out this past week with a bye and Ole Miss beating a soft Tennessee club, both Alabama and Auburn moved into the top five with Baylor and Notre Dame losing. Both the Egg Bowl (Mississippi St vs Ole Miss) and Iron Bowl (Alabama vs Auburn) will have major final four implications this year, in two the best rivalries in college football.

Ole Miss goes to LSU this week in what may be the best matchup on the schedule. LSU is currently in 5th place in the SEC West, though certainly capable of beating the Rebels at home. The sleeping Giant in the SEC may be the East leader Georgia which moved into the top ten off a nice win over Arkansas. They play Florida in the biggest cocktail party game, though the matchup has lost its luster with the Gators falling significantly in recent years. The countdown on HC Will Muschamp’s tenure is reaching a peak with only five games remaining on the schedule.

Kansas St. hung on to beat Oklahoma that puts them atop the balanced Big 12 Conference. K-State and TCU have moved into the top ten area but will need help to elevate into the top five. TCU thumped Oklahoma St. 42-9. An unbeaten Baylor team was thrashed by an underrated West Virginia team that saw them fall to #12 in the AP Poll. Baylor had dodged a bullet the prior week, coming back from a 21 point deficit to beat a TCU team in overtime.

Heisman Trophy Race
QB Jameis Winston – Florida St
Erratic sophomore passer comes off his best performance in a huge victory over Notre Dame. The effort puts in position to repeat as both the Heisman Trophy and national champion.

QB Dak Prescott – Mississippi St.
Junior passer is back in action this week at Kentucky. His biggest games come late vs Alabama and Ole Miss that could determine the final Heisman race overcome.

RB Todd Gurley - Georgia
Power junior back sat out his second consecutive game due to suspension for signing memorabilia. It has all but eliminated him form the Heisman race.

QB Marcus Mariota – Oregon
Slick mobile passer had a strong game vs Washington that keeps him in the discussion. With no matchups vs top ten clubs on the schedule, he may have trouble gaining momentum for a push over the second half of the season.

Upset of the Week – LSU beats Ole Miss in Baton Rouge.

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.

SEC West Places Four Clubs in Top Five

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Florida St. Beats Notre Dame in Classic Matchup
Mississippi St. Holds #1 Ranking During Bye Week

Photo – QB Jameis Winston – Florida St.

Team of the Week – Florida St.

Players of the Week
Offense – QB Jameis Winston – Florida St

Defense – S Cedric Thompson - Minnesota

Matchup for Week 8 – Ole Miss at LSU

Draft Insiders’ – Top 25 Teams – Oct. 20
1. Mississippi State - 6-0
2. Florida State - 7-0
3. Ole Miss - 7-0
4. Alabama - 6-1
5. Auburn - 5-1
6. Oregon - 6-1
7. Notre Dame - 6-1
8. Michigan State - 6-1
9. Georgia - 6-1
10. Baylor - 6-1
11. Ohio State - 5-1
12. TCU - 5-1
13. Kansas State - 5-1
14 Arizona - 5-1
15. Arizona State - 5-1
16. Oklahoma - 5-2
17. Nebraska - 6-1
18. East Carolina - 5-1
19. Utah - 5-1
20. USC - 5-2
21. Clemson - 5-2
22. LSU - 6-2
23. Minnesota - 6-1
24. Marshall - 7-0
25. West Virginia - 5-2

AP Poll - Top 25
Rank / Team / 1st Place Votes / Record / Points

1. Mississippi State (43), 6-0, 1480
2. Florida State (14), 7-0, 1433
3. Ole Miss (3), 7-0, 1404
4. Alabama, 6-1, 1235
5. Auburn, 5-1, 1231
6. Oregon, 6-1, 1142
7. Notre Dame, 6-1, 1133
8. Michigan State, 6-1, 1066
9. Georgia, 6-1, 1055
10. TCU, 5-1, 962
11. Kansas State, 5-1, 905
12. Baylor, 6-1, 858
13. Ohio State, 5-1, 753
14. Arizona State, 5-1, 643
15. Arizona, 5-1, 639
16. Nebraska, 6-1, 537
17. Oklahoma, 5-2, 461
18. East Carolina, 5-1, 445
19. Utah, 5-1, 437
20. USC, 5-2, 356
21. Clemson, 5-2, 283
22. West Virginia, 5-2, 272
23. Marshall, 7-0, 184
24. LSU, 6-2, 177
25. UCLA, 5-2, 118

Coaches’ Poll
Rank School (record) Points

1. Mississippi State (36), 6-0, 1520
2. Florida State (22), 7-0, 1493
3. Ole Miss (4), 7-0, 1447
4. Alabama, 6-1, 1293
5. Michigan State, 6-1, 1243
6. Auburn, 5-1, 1210
7. Oregon, 6-1, 1133
8. Notre Dame, 6-1, 1117
9. Georgia, 6-1, 1096
10. TCU, 5-1, 996
11. Kansas State, 5-1, 909
12. Ohio State, 5-1, 856
13. Baylor, 6-1, 853
14. Arizona State, 5-1, 654
15. Arizona, 5-1, 612
16. Nebraska, 6-1, 588
17. East Carolina, 5-1, 578
18. Oklahoma, 5-2, 482
19. Utah, 5-1, 371
20. Clemson, 5-2, 320
21. USC, 5-2, 258
22. Marshall, 7-0, 247
23. LSU, 6-2, 155
24. Minnesota, 6-1, 147
25. West Virginia, 5-2, 143

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, 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.

Pro Prospect Updated Rankings - NFL Draft 2015

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Pro Prospect Rankings - NFL Draft 2015
Early 2014 Season Rankings * underclassmen

Photo – RB Todd Gurley – Georgia

Draft Insiders’ NFL Draft 2015 Preview - over 250 Scouting Reports
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Offense
Quarterbacks:

1. * Marcus Mariota - Oregon - 6-4, 215
2. * Jameis Winston - Florida St - 6-4, 235
3. Bryce Petty - Baylor - 6-3, 230
4. * Kevin Hogan - Stanford - 6-4, 225
5. * Brett Hundley - UCLA - 6-3, 225
6. * Connor Cook - Michigan St - 6-4, 220
7. Sean Mannion - Oregon St - 6-5, 220
8. Shane Carden - East Carolina - 6-2, 220
9. Cody Fajardo - Nevada - 6-2, 215
10. Taylor Kelly - Arizona St - 6-2, 215
11. Bryan Bennett - Southeastern Louisiana - 6-2, 215
12. Hutson Mason - Georgia - 6-2, 205
13. Cole Stoudt - Clemson - 6-4, 210
14. Garrett Grayson - Colorado St - 6-2, 220
15. Bo Wallace - Ole Miss - 6-4, 210

Running Backs:
1. * Todd Gurley - Georgia - 6-1, 230
2. * Melvin Gordon - Wisconsin - 6-1, 205
3. * T.J. Yeldon - Alabama - 6-2, 220
4. Ameer Abdullah - Nebraska - 5-9, 195
5. Tevin Coleman - Indiana - 6-1, 210
6. * Duke Johnson - Miami (Fla.) - 5-9, 205
7. Karlos Williams - Florida State - 6-1, 220
8. * Jay Ajayi - Boise State - 6-0, 215
9. Jeremy Langford - Michigan State - 6-0, 205
10. Malcolm Brown - Texas - 6-0, 225
11. David Johnson - Northern Iowa - 6-2, 230
12. Corey Grant - Auburn - 5-10, 205
13. Dominique Brown - Louisville - 6-2, 215
14. Michael Dyer - Louisville - 5-9, 215
15. Terrance Magee - LSU - 5-9, 215

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, 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.

Broncos, Chargers & Eagles Top NFL Rankings

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NFL Power Rankings Week 7 –
Broncos and Chargers Heading for Showdown in late October

Rookies of the Week –
Offensive Player – RB Branden Oliver - Chargers

Defensive Player – CB Bradley Roby - Broncos

Photo – QB Tom Brady - Patriots

Players of the Week
Offensive Player - QB Tom Brady - Patriots

Defensive Player - DE Connor Barwin - Eagles

Team of Week 6 - Eagles
Matchup of Week 7 – Bengals at Colts –

Rank / Team / Record

1. Denver Broncos (4-1)
Broncos’ overpowered a scrappy Jets club.

2. San Diego Chargers (5-1)
Chargers just got by the Raiders with Chiefs on the agenda.

3. Philadelphia Eagles (5-1)
Eagles looked like world beaters vs the GMen.

4. Seattle Seahawks (3-2)
The Seahawks showed flaws in loss to the Cowboys.

5. Indianapolis Colts (4-2)
Colts are on a four game winning streak with AFC rival the Bengals coming to town Sunday.

6. Cincinnati Bengals (3-1-1)
The Bengals kissed the Panthers in tie last week.

7. Baltimore Ravens (4-2)
The Ravens’ just quietly take care of business.

8. Dallas Cowboys (5-1)
Cowboys are a super hot club after trashing the Seahawks.

9. Arizona Cardinals (4-1)
Cards are jumping on soft clubs weekly.

10. San Francisco 49ers (4-2)
The 49ers face the acid test this week when they travel to Bronco country.

11. Green Bay Packers (4-2)
Packers’ are riding the hot hand of QB Aaron Rodgers once again.

12. Detroit Lions (4-2)
Lions host the Saints this week in a matchup that could have huge playoff implications.

13. New England Patriots (4-2)
Patriots drilled the Bills and host the collapsing Jets on Thursday nite.

14. New York Giants (3-3)
The GMen were shocked by the Eagles and face the surging Cowboys in Dallas.

15. Carolina Panthers (3-2-1)
The Panthers go to Titletown in a critical NFC contest.

16. Chicago Bears (3-3)
The Bears beat Atlanta last week and host the erratic Dolphins this Sunday.

17. Houston Texans (3-3)
Texans came up short vs the Colts with in key AFC matchup in Pittsburgh next.

18. Pittsburgh Steelers (3-3)
Steelers’ got whipped by the Browns and face the Texans at home on Monday nite.

19. Buffalo Bills (3-3)
The Bills face the Vikings at home this week.

20. New Orleans Saints (2-3)
Saints had two week to get ready for the Lions in a key NFC matchup.

21. Cleveland Browns (3-2)
The Browns pounded the Steelers and travel to Jacksonville this week.

22. Atlanta Falcons (2-4)
Falcons are banged up and travel to Baltimore in tough matchup.

23. Miami Dolphins (2-3)
The Dolphins let the Packers off the hook last week.

24. Kansas City Chiefs (2-3)
The Chiefs had two weeks to get ready for critical AFC West matchup in San Diego.

25. Minnesota Vikings (2-4)
Vikings came up lame vs the Lions.

26. Tennessee Titans (2-4)
The Titans held on to beat the lowly Jaguars this week.

27. St. Louis Rams (1-4)
The Rams host the Seahawks in hope of getting into playoff hunt.

28. New York Jets (1-5)
The Jets gave a good effort vs the Broncos, but offense continues to struggle.

29. Washington Redskins (1-5)
The Skins get a winnable game at home vs the Titans on Sunday.

30. Tampa Bay Bucs (1-5)
Bucs get their bye week to figures out their weekly disasters.

31. Oakland Raiders (0-5)
The Raiders get the Cardinals at home in hopes to turn the tide.

32. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-6)
The Jaguars’ are primed to go after the Lions winless season.

Maxwell Award 2014 Update List

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Maxwell Award Update List - Oct. 15th

The Maxwell Award has been presented to the outstanding collegiate football player in America since 1937 and is named in honor of Robert W. "Tiny" Maxwell. The Chuck Bednarik Award has been presented since 1995 and is named in honor of Chuck Bednarik. Mr. Bednarik is a member of both the College Football Hall of Fame 69' and the NFL Hall of Fame 67'.

AJ McCarron of Alabama was the recipient of the 77th Maxwell Award and Aaron Donald of Pitt was named as the winner of the 19th Chuck Bednarik Award. McCarron is currently a member of the Cincinnati Bengals and Donald plays for the St. Louis Rams.

Semifinalists for the Maxwell and Bednarik Awards will be announced on November 3rd and three finalists for each award will be announced November 24th. The winners of the 2014 Maxwell and Bednarik Awards will be announced as part of the Home Depot College Football Awards Show which will be held on December 11th. The formal presentation of these awards will be made at the Maxwell Football Club Awards Gala hosted by Tropicana Hotel & Casino Atlantic City on March 13, 2015.

The watch list candidates have been chosen by the Maxwell Football Club's Selection Committee and the Maxwell Club reserves the right to make additions and subtractions to these lists as the 20134 season unfolds. All members of the Maxwell Football Club, NCAA Sports Information Directors, Head Coaches and selected national media are eligible to vote for these awards.

Maxwell Award Update List - Oct. 15th
Henry Anderson DE Stanford Senior
Stephone Anthony LB Clemson Senior
Vic Beasley DE Clemson Senior
Michael Bennett DT Ohio State Senior
Joey Bosa DE Ohio State Soph.
Kelby Brown LB Duke Senior
Malcom Brown DT Texas Junior
Shilique Calhoun DE Michigan State Junior
Alex Carter CB Stanford Junior
Sam Carter S TCU Senior
Jeremy Cash S Duke Junior
Frank Clark DE Michigan Senior
Henry Coley LB Virginia Senior
Landon Collins S Alabama Junior
Christian Covington DT Rice Junior
Su’a Cravens S USC Soph.
Carl Davis DT Iowa Senior
Paul Dawson LB TCU Senior
Trey DePriest LB Alabama Senior
Quandre Diggs CB Texas Senior
Lorenzo Doss CB Tulane Junior
Kurtis Drummond S Michigan State Senior
Alvin Dupree DE Kentucky Senior
Mario Edwards DE Florida State Junior
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu CB Oregon Senior
Kyler Fackrell LB Utah State Junior
Devonte Fields DE TCU Soph.
Trey Flowers DE Arkansas Senior
Leonard Floyd LB Georgia Soph.
Dante Fowler DE Florida Junior
Kendall Fuller CB Virginia Tech Soph.
Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M Frosh.
Markus Golden DE Missouri Senior
Senquez Golson CB Mississippi Senior
Randy Gregory DE Nebraska Junior

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.

Mississippi St. Bulldogs' Claim #1 Ranking Off Win Over Auburn

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Mississippi St. Claims #1 Ranking Off Win Over Auburn Saturday
Florida St Ranks #2 With Notre Dame at Home This Saturday

Team of the Week – Mississippi St.

Players of the Week
Offense – QB Bryce Petty - Baylor

Defense - LB Zach Vigil - Utah St.

Photo – QB Bryce Petty - Baylor

Matchup for Week 7 – Notre Dame at Florida St.

Draft Insiders’ – Top 25 Teams - Oct 13
1. Mississippi State - 6-0
2. Florida State - 6-0
3. Ole Miss - 6-0
4. Baylor - 6-0
5. Notre Dame - 6-0
6. Oregon - 5-1
7. Alabama - 5-1
8. Michigan State - 5-1
9. Auburn - 5-1
10. TCU - 4-1
11. Oklahoma - 5-1
12. Georgia - 5-1
13. Ohio State - 4-1
14. Oklahoma St. - 5-1
15 Arizona - 5-1
16. Arizona State - 4-1
17. Nebraska - 5-1
18. Kansas State - 4-1
19. Texas A&M - 5-2
20. East Carolina - 5-1
21. Utah - 4-1
22. USC - 4-2
23. Clemson - 4-2
24. Stanford - 4-2
25. Marshall - 6-0

AP Poll - Top 25
Rank / Team / 1st Place Votes / Record / Points

1. Mississippi State (45), 6-0, 1480
2. Florida State (12), 6-0, 1415
3. Ole Miss (3), 6-0, 1413
4. Baylor, 6-0, 1317
5. Notre Dame, 6-0, 1228
6. Auburn, 5-1, 1144
7. Alabama, 5-1, 1068
8. Michigan State, 5-1, 1015
9. Oregon, 5-1, 1014
10. Georgia, 5-1, 981
11. Oklahoma, 5-1, 935
12. TCU, 4-1, 917
13. Ohio State, 4-1, 648
14. Kansas State, 4-1, 626
15. Oklahoma State, 5-1, 620
16. Arizona, 5-1, 590
17. Arizona State, 4-1, 459
18. East Carolina, 5-1, 449
19. Nebraska, 5-1, 402
20. Utah, 4-1, 305
21. Texas A&M, 5-2, 264
22. USC, 4-2, 258
23. Stanford, 4-2, 223
24. Clemson, 4-2, 188
25. Marshall, 6-0, 148

Coaches’ Poll
Rank School (record) Points

1. Mississippi State (26), 6-0, 1490
2. Florida State (31), 6-0, 1489
3. Ole Miss (5), 6-0, 1436
4. Baylor, 6-0, 1392
5. Notre Dame, 6-0, 1292
6. Michigan State, 5-1, 1129
7. Alabama, 5-1, 1121
8. Auburn, 5-1, 1111
9. Oregon, 5-1, 1017
10. Georgia, 5-1, 1013
11. Oklahoma, 5-1, 1005
12. TCU, 4-1, 824
13. Ohio State, 4-1, 737
14. Kansas State, 4-1, 710
15. Oklahoma State, 5-1, 610
16. East Carolina, 5-1, 518
17. Arizona, 5-1, 502
18. Arizona State, 4-1, 471
19. Nebraska, 5-1, 433
20. Stanford, 4-2, 344
21. Texas A&M, 5-2, 269
22. Clemson, 4-2, 244
23. Utah, 4-1, 161
24. Marshall, 6-0, 153
25. USC, 4-2, 125

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, 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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