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  1. *****Official 2017-2018 College Football Thread*****

    AP Preseason All-America Team The Associated Press preseason All-America team, chosen by the votes of 51 members of the AP Top 25 media panel, and released Tuesday: FIRST TEAM OFFENSE Quarterback — Sam Darnold, sophomore, Southern California Running backs — Saquon Barkley, junior, Penn State; Derrius Guice, junior, LSU. Tackles — Orlando Brown, junior, Oklahoma; Connor Williams, junior, Texas. Guards — Quenton Nelson, senior, Notre Dame; Cody O'Connell, senior, Washington State. Center — Billy Price, senior, Ohio State. Tight end — Mike Gesicki, junior, Penn State. Wide receivers — James Washington, senior, Oklahoma State; Christian Kirk, junior, Texas A&M. All-purpose player — Quadree Henderson, junior, Pittsburgh. Kicker — Daniel Carlson, senior, Auburn. DEFENSE Ends — Harold Landry, senior, Boston College; Bradley Chubb, senior, North Carolina State. Tackles — Ed Oliver, sophomore, Houston; Dexter Lawrence, sophomore, Clemson. Linebackers — Arden Key, junior, LSU; Josey Jewell, senior, Iowa; Azeem Victor, senior, Washington. Cornerbacks — Tavarus McFadden, junior, Florida State; Jaire Alexander, junior, Louisville. Safeties — Derwin James, junior, Florida State; Minkah Fitzpatrick, junior, Alabama. Punter — Mitch Wishnowsky, junior, Utah. SECOND TEAM OFFENSE Quarterback — Lamar Jackson, junior, Louisville. Running backs — Nick Chubb, senior, Georgia; Bo Scarbrough, junior, Alabama. Tackles — Mike McGlinchey, senior, Notre Dame; Jonah Williams, sophomore, Alabama. Guards — Will Hernandez, senior, UTEP; Braden Smith, senior, Auburn. Center — Frank Ragnow, senior, Arkansas. Tight end — Troy Fumagalli, senior, Wisconsin. Wide receivers — Calvin Ridley, junior, Alabama; Courtland Sutton, junior, SMU. All-purpose player — Jaylen Samuels, senior, North Carolina State. Kicker — Eddy Pineiro, sophomore, Florida. DEFENSE Ends — Tyquan Lewis, senior, Ohio State; Rashan Gary, sophomore, Michigan. Tackles — Christian Wilkins, junior, Clemson; Vita Vea, junior, Washington. Linebackers — Micah Kiser, senior, Virginia; Tegray Scales, senior, Indiana; Cameron Smith, junior, Southern California. Cornerbacks — Duke Dawson, senior, Florida; Iman Marshall, junior, Southern California. Safeties — Quin Blanding, senior, Virginia; Godwin Igewbuike, senior, Northwestern. Punter — JK Scott, senior, Alabama.
  2. I think Wisconsin has been tougher than I expected under Chryst and they were/are a QB away from being a really good football team although 11-3 last year was nothing to sneeze at. At the same time I feel like they actually relied on the run too much but with the limitations at QB I can kind of see why. Even when they played us I thought they ran at times where I definitely would have passed. Almost like they were keeping Nebraska in the game. If Hornibrook can develop as a passer that would certainly be huge. Recruiting an actual QB would be super huge for them because they certainly have had the OL''s as well as the receivers. They have a lot of the same defensive guys back this season but they'll have a new defensive coordinator.
  3. NFL 2017

  4. NFL 2017

  5. MLB 2017 season

    Even though this kid is still in the Junior league this is a MLB and then some type of catch right here. Noice!
  6. ** 2017 Opponent Previews: Minnesota (Game 10) **

    Dienhart: 5 things I learned at Minnesota fall practice 1. The quarterback job remains a work in progress. 2. There is potential at wideout. 3. I like the d-line. 4. The offensive line was thin in the spring, but I like its potential now. 5. The running back spot is loaded.
  8. NFL 2017

  9. ** 2017 Opponent Previews: Wisconsin (Game 6) **

    Dienhart: 5 things I learned at Wisconsin fall practice 1. The offensive line is in vintage Wisconsin form. 2. This may be the top secondary in the Big Ten–and maybe the nation. 3. The running back position is loaded with talent. 4. The pass-catchers looks good. 5. This is a nice collection of linebackers, even after Jack Cichy’s season-ending injury.
  10. 7 days until college football kicks off.  Please make this week go fast!



    1. MattyIce
    2. suh_fan93


       Aug. 26th Opening games:

      *All ET times

      Stanford-Rice game in Sydney Australia at Allianz Stadium. Kickoff for that game is set for 10 p.m. ET on Aug. 26. 

      2:30 p.m.  Oregon State vs. Colorado State 

      3 p.m. Portland State vs. BYU 

      6 p.m. Hawaii at UMass 

      7:30 p.m. South Florida vs. San Jose State

      There are then 15 games slated for Thursday, Aug. 31 and eight more on Friday, Sept. 1. 

      On Aug. 31 Ohio State will play at Indiana at 8 p.m. ET. On Sept. 1, Colorado State will face off against Colorado at Sports Authority Field in Denver.

  11. Fall Camp Updates - Offensive Line

    Wiscy still managed to finish 3rd in rushing in the B1G last year.