2007 White WRs and TEs

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  1. Colonel_Reb

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    I hope we can use this thread for stats on white wide receivers and tight ends from every level of 4 year college ball this season. I know this list is very incomplete, so feel free to help me clean it up. I hope some of you will also help me look up and post stats on these players during the season.

    Jordy Nelson KSU 9 for 91 plus 1 run for 1 yard and threw a 21 yard TD pass
    Brian Hernandez Utah 7 for 79
    Derrek Richards Utah 1 for 21 and a 12 yard KR
    Bradon Godfrey Utah 3 for 26
    Austin Knowlin Columbia
    Chip Brinkman WF 5 for 30
    Corey Mazza Harvard
    Ryan Fusilier Dartmouth
    Braden Lepisto Pennsylvania
    Danny Amendola Texas Tech 8 for 139 and a TD plus a run of 6
    Grant Walker Texas Tech 2 for 22
    Austin Collie BYU 4 for 41
    Matt Allen BYU 1 for 1
    Mark Root AFA 2 for 38
    Tyler Grisham Clemson 3 for 27
    Eric Peterman Northwestern 1 run for 3 yards and 4 catches for 44 yards
    Ross Lane Northwestern 3 for 32 and a TD
    Luke Swan Wisconsin 8 for 170 and 2 TDs plus 2 punt returns for 9 yards
    Joe Cowan UCLA 2 for 96 and 2 TDs plus 2 runs for 14
    Andy Brodell Iowa 2 for 13 plus 6 PR for 88
    Trey Stross 1 for 5
    Steve Ogden Valparaiso
    Zack Sledge Southern Methodist 4 for 64
    Dicky Lyons Jr. Kentucky 6 for 113 and a TD
    Todd Blythe Iowa State 5 for 65 and a TD
    Nate Swift Nebraska 2 for 28
    Brian Hartline Ohio State 2 for 22
    Dane Sanzenbacher Ohio State 2 for 8 and a TD
    Riley Cooper Florida 4 for 122 and 2 TDs
    Jake Gaebler Western Kentucky 4 for 42
    Chris McGaha Arizona State 2 for 33
    Kyle Hudson Illinois 4 for 66 and a TD
    Evan Moore Stanford 6 for 87
    Kris Durham Georgia-nill
    Brad Kanuch Connecticut 1 for 42
    Scotty McKnight Colorado 8 for 105 and a TD
    Ryan Wolfe UNLV 6 for 65 and a 6 yard run
    Casey Flair UNLV 3 for 40 and 3 PR for 13
    Ryan Bagley Montana 3 for 25
    Lance Long Mississippi State 2 for 16
    Hoost Marsh Wyoming 3 for 73 plus a 5 yard run
    Robby Paris Notre Dame 3 for 30
    Crosby Tuck Arkansas 42 yard TD catch
    Austin Rogers Tennessee 6 for 38 and a 6 yard PR
    Blake Smolen Grand Valley State 1 for 28 plus a 5 yard run
    Mike Koster Grand Valley State 4 for 64



    TE
    Dennis Pitta 4 for 32 and a TD
    Rob Gronkowski Arizona 1 for 17
    David Schaefer Texas Tech 1 for no gain
    John Carlson Notre Dame 3 for 28
    Wade Betschart Wyoming 4 for 26
    Tommy Trott Auburn 1 for 6
    Jacob Tamme Kentucky 2 for 33
    Robert Lane Ole Miss 4 for 33
    Vincent Chase Southern Methodist 2 for 28
    Brett Russell Memphis 3 for 18
    Mickey Shuler PSU 4 for 54 and a TD
    Chris Mitchell LSU 1 for 16
    Tripp Chandler Georgia-nill
    Ben Cleveland Arkansas-nill
    Jeff Cumberland Illinois-nill
    Ryan Thompson BC-nill
    Chase Coffman Missouri 7 for 42 and a TD plus an 8 yard run
    Jake Ballard Ohio State 1 for 11
    Rory Nicol Ohio State 1 for 8
    Andy Boyd South Carolina 2 for 35 and a TD
    Logan Paulsen UCLA 1 for 11
    John Tereshinski WF 6 for 75
    Michael Pooschke KSU 2 for 14
    Travis Dekker AFA 3 for 64 and a TD plus a 2 yard run
    Matt Sims Utah-nill
    Ian Jorgensen UMass-nill
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  2. Brubakersback

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    Kris Durham Sophmore WR @ Georgia will get alot of playing time this year. He is listed as second team, but is one of seven receivers that will rotate in the opening game.


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    Thanks for the info Brubakersback!
     
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    Jordy Nelson KSU 6 for 82
    Brian Hernandez Utah 3 for 29
    Derrek Richards Utah 8 for 109 and a TD plus a 22 yard KR
    Bradon Godfrey Utah 7 for 83
    Austin Silvoy Troy 5 for 72 and 2 TDs
    Austin Knowlin Columbia Open Date
    Luke Roberts Colorado State 1 for 16
    Chip Brinkman WF 1 for 3
    Brett Swain San Diego State 4 for 46
    Dan Mougey San Diego State 4 for 52 and a TD
    Corey Mazza Harvard Open Date
    Ryan Fusilier Dartmouth Open Date
    Braden Lepisto Pennsylvania Open Date
    Danny Amendola Texas Tech 12 for 101 and a TD
    Grant Walker Texas Tech 1 for 8 and a TD
    Brock Stickler North Texas 3 for 48
    Austin Collie BYU 7 for 79 and 2 TDs plus 3 KR for 74
    Matt Allen BYU 4 for 52
    Mark Root AFA 1 for 8
    Tyler Grisham Clemson 3 for 33 and a TD
    Eric Peterman Northwestern 2 for 45
    Ross Lane Northwestern 2 for 19 and a TD
    Luke Swan Wisconsin 4 for 51
    Joe Cowan UCLA 1 for 8
    Andy Brodell Iowa 7 for 54 plus a 7 yard run
    Trey Stross Iowa-nill
    Steve Ogden Valparaiso-nill
    Zack Sledge Southern Methodist 7 for 84 and a TD
    Dicky Lyons Jr. Kentucky 3 for 21
    Todd Blythe Iowa State 2 for 32
    Jared Martin Cincinnati-nill
    Patrick Honeycutt Middle Tennessee 2 for 87
    Nate Swift Nebraska 5 for 45
    Brian Hartline Ohio State 6 for 43 plus 1 run for 9
    Dane Sanzenbacher Ohio State 1 for 9
    Riley Cooper Florida-nill
    Jake Gaebler Western Kentucky 1 for 11
    Chris McGaha Arizona State 3 for 47
    Kyle Hudson Illinois 2 for 21
    Evan Moore Stanford Open Date
    Kris Durham Georgia 1 for 22
    Jake Standeford Purdue 3 for 26 and a TD
    Brad Kanuch Connecticut 6 for 76
    Scotty McKnight Colorado-nill
    Ryan Wolfe UNLV 4 for 30
    Casey Flair UNLV 10 for 126 and a TD
    Ryan Bagley Montana 3 for 59 and a TD
    Mike Ferriter Montana 3 for 43
    Lance Long Mississippi State 2 for 13
    Hoost Marsh Wyoming 2 for 2 plus 4 runs for 21 and a TD
    Robby Paris Notre Dame 1 for 35
    Crosby Tuck Arkansas Open Date
    Austin Rogers Tennessee 7 for 112 and a TD
    Blake Smolen Grand Valley State Game called-weather
    Mike Koster Grand Valley State Game called-weather
    Nick Coon UAB 1 for 35
    Andrew Pearman Virginia 1 for 6 plus 2 runs for 1
    Shawn Leonard Rhode Island 8 for 113
    Derek Moore 2 for 20
    Jordan Shipley Texas-nill



    TE
    Gary Barnidge Louisville 4 for 126 and a TD plus a fumble recovery in the end zone for a TD
    Scott Kuhn Louisville 1 for 12
    Stephen Chicola Middle Tennessee 2 for 32
    Jerry Wasikowski Purdue 2 for 8 and a TD
    Joe Jon Finley Oklahoma 1 for 7
    Bear Pascoe Fresno State 7 for 70 and 3 TDs
    Riar Geer Colorado 1 for 32
    David Sigler UAB 2 for 46
    Brady Camp Oregon State
    Dennis Pitta BYU 5 for 66
    Andrew George BYU 3 for 62
    Rob Gronkowski Arizona 2 for 65 and a TD
    David Schaefer Texas Tech-nill
    John Carlson Notre Dame 1 for 5
    Wade Betschart Wyoming 5 for 65
    Tommy Trott Auburn-nill
    Jacob Tamme Kentucky 1 for 4
    Robert Lane Ole Miss 2 for 26
    Connor Barwin Cincinnati 2 for 15
    Clinton Corder Middle Tennessee-nill
    Vincent Chase Southern Methodist 2 for 15
    Brett Russell Memphis Postponed
    Mickey Shuler PSU-nill
    Chris Mitchell LSU 1 for -1
    Kyle Adams Purdue 2 for 33
    Jake Bradford Vanderbilt 1 for 9
    Tripp Chandler Georgia 3 for 46
    Ben Cleveland Arkansas Open Date
    Jeff Cumberland Illinois-nill
    Ryan Thompson BC-nill
    Chase Coffman Missouri 6 for 60 and a TD
    Jake Ballard Ohio State-nill
    Rory Nicol Ohio State 3 for 10
    Andy Boyd South Carolina 1 for 5
    Logan Paulsen UCLA-nill
    John Tereshinski WF-nill
    Michael Pooschke KSU 4 for 26
    Travis Dekker AFA 2 for 13
    Matt Sims Utah-nill
    Ian Jorgensen UMass 3 for 26 and a TD
    Zac Pauga Colorado State 1 for 7
    Hunter Teafatiller Nebraska 3 for 21
    Sean Hill Nebraska 1 for 25 and a TD
    Tom Santi Virginia 6 for 54 and 2 TDs
    Jonathan Stupar Virginia 4 for 40
    Taylor Wardlow Rice 4 for 40
    Jed Collins San Diego State 5 for 36 and a TD
    Shae Reagan Texas Christian 1 for 14
    Jeff Cottam Tennessee 1 for 4
    Nick Cleaver New Mexico State 5 for 62
    Chris Mark New Mexico 1 for 26 and a TD
    Garrett Graham Wisconsin 2 for 11 and a TDEdited by: Colonel_Reb
     
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    Purdue SR WR Jake Standeford (John's brother) has 2 catches for 20 yards and a TD in the first quarter.
     
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    a couple of young guys to keep an eye out for, even though they aren't big time contributors just yet...


    Fresno State true freshman Devon Wylie is an explosive and elusive talent. he was a dominant tailback in high school, and at about 5-9, 5-10 you'd think he's the right size for a collegiate tailback, too. but he's listed as a wide receiver for the Bulldogs... [​IMG]anyway, he's already emerged as the top kick returner, and is blazingly fast and elusive. keep an eye out for him in the future.


    his bio: http://gobulldogs.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/wylie_devon00 .html


    http://fresnostate.scout.com/a.z?s=164&p=2&c=666454& amp;ssf=1&RequestedURL=http%3A%2F%2Ffresnostate.scout.co m%2F2%2F666454.html


    video from the USC combine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2Vzx3ej-OI&eurl=http://w ww.f--b--i.com/bh/DEVON-DEVON.html&k=smokey.swf


    and high school highlights: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKdWayRKn8A&mode=related& amp;search=


    also, Texas A&M has another white speedster that sees the field. redshrt freshman Roger Holland (5-10, 175) is in the receiver rotation. he is also a baseball and track standout, with a 100 meter best of 10.6, and a 200 meter best of 21.3


    his bio: http://www.aggieathletics.com/bios.php?SID=MFB&PID=8066& amp;YOS=2007


    high school highlights: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPqPx9PW19c
     
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    Colonel,


    a good tight end to add to the list is Bear Pascoe of Fresno State. he is very athletic for a big guy and has GREAT hands. he had 7 catches for 70 yards and 3 touchdowns in the game today against Texas A&M, including a couple of spectacular catches where he really skied to go get the ball.


    his bio: http://gobulldogs.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/pascoe_bear00 .html


    in two games for the Bulldogs, he has 9 catches for 161 yards and 4 touchdowns. [​IMG]
     
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    found another one, Austin Silvoy, Troy's freshman

    he had team's high 5 catches for 72 yards and 2 TDs!

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    Florida quarterback Tim Tebow, left, shakes hands with Troy receiver Austin Silvoy after a college football game in Gainesville, Fla., Saturday, Sept. 8, 2007. Tebow and Silvoy were high school teammates.
     
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    i watched the Wisconsin-UNLV game. the announcers did a good job, i thought describing the athleticism of the white athletes.


    for example, they talked about the explosiveness of Ryan Wolfe throughout. one of the announcers said that he didn't run the fastest 40 time, but on the field he is incredibly fast. the other one concurred, saying how the coaches always talk about his knack of making explosive plays and then added on their own that he is a top-notch deep threat.


    teammate Casey Flair also looked VERY good. he showcased great hands and the ability to separate.


    Luke Swan for Wisconsin looked very fast, as well. he just got overthrown on a couple of long bombs or his numbers would have been huge... his quarterback Tyler Donovan looked pretty good, though, and might need to be added to the list of dual-threat quarterbacks. he looked very elusive and quick as a runner. he finished the game with 6 carries for 53 yards and a touchdown. [​IMG]


    also, Colonel, you might want to add Wisconsin tight end Garrett Graham to your list. he looked very athletic. the Badgers often lined him up in the slot, and honestly he looks more like a big receiver than a true tight end...


    he ended the game with only 2 catches for 11 yards and a touchdown, but he had a couple of long gainers called back due to penalties.
     
  12. Bronk

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    Great work, Colonel.

    Was in Lubbock last Saturday and watched Danny Amendola's performance. That kid is as good as anybody in the country.
     
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    Colonel, Durham and Chandler of UGA have tons of potential and upside. Durham has good size and hands, and Chandler has solid hands and strength. I think the Dawg's Coach Bobo should use these two (and FB Sutherland) ALOT more to be successful this season. GO DAWGS!!!
     
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    Jordy Nelson KSU 15 for 209 and a TD
    Brian Hernandez Utah 2 for 23
    Derrek Richards Utah 3 for 59
    Bradon Godfrey Utah 4 for 34 and a 5 yard run
    Austin Silvoy Troy 3 for 20
    Austin Knowlin Columbia
    Luke Roberts Colorado State
    Chip Brinkman WF
    Brett Swain San Diego State
    Dan Mougey San Diego State
    Corey Mazza Harvard
    Ryan Fusilier Dartmouth
    Braden Lepisto Pennsylvania
    Danny Amendola Texas Tech
    Grant Walker Texas Tech
    Brock Stickler North Texas
    Austin Collie BYU 4 for 121 and a TD plus 8 KR for 237 yards and 2 PR for 8
    Matt Allen BYU 4 for 54 and a TD
    Bryce Mahuika 1 for 12 plus a 15 yard KR and an 8 yard PR
    Mark Root AFA 8 for 64
    Tyler Grisham Clemson 3 for 74 and a TD
    Eric Peterman Northwestern
    Ross Lane Northwestern
    Luke Swan Wisconsin 5 for 76
    Joe Cowan UCLA 1 for 19
    Andy Brodell Iowa
    Trey Stross Iowa
    Steve Ogden Valparaiso
    Zack Sledge Southern Methodist
    Dicky Lyons Jr. Kentucky
    Todd Blythe Iowa State
    Jared Martin Cincinnati
    Patrick Honeycutt Middle Tennessee
    Nate Swift Nebraska
    Brian Hartline Ohio State 6 for 88 and a TD
    Dane Sanzenbacher Ohio State 1 for 3 and a 7 yard run
    Riley Cooper Florida 1 for 30 and a TD
    Jake Gaebler Western Kentucky
    Chris McGaha Arizona State
    Kyle Hudson Illinois-nill
    Evan Moore Stanford
    Kris Durham Georgia 1 for 7
    Jake Standeford Purdue 2 for 40
    Brad Kanuch Connecticut
    Scotty McKnight Colorado
    Ryan Wolfe UNLV
    Casey Flair UNLV
    Ryan Bagley Montana
    Mike Ferriter Montana
    Lance Long Mississippi State 1 for
    Hoost Marsh Wyoming
    Robby Paris Notre Dame
    Crosby Tuck Arkansas
    Austin Rogers Tennessee 4 for 64
    Blake Smolen Grand Valley State 1 for 28 plus a 5 yard run
    Mike Koster Grand Valley State 4 for 64
    Nick Coon UAB
    Andrew Pearman Virginia 5 runs for 43
    Shawn Leonard Rhode Island
    Derek Moore Texas Christian 1 KR for 4
    Jordan Shipley Texas 4 for 49 and 2 runs for 11
    Weston Dressler North Dakota 8 for 173 and 2 TDs, 4 KR for 95, and a 19 yard PR, plus a 4 yard run
    Kole Heckendorf North Dakota State 7 for 103 and 2 TDs



    TE
    Gary Barnidge Louisville
    Scott Kuhn Louisville
    Stephen Chicola Middle Tennessee
    Jerry Wasikowski Purdue
    Joe Jon Finley Oklahoma
    Bear Pascoe Fresno State
    Riar Geer Colorado
    David Sigler UAB
    Brady Camp Oregon State
    Dennis Pitta BYU 6 for 113 and a TD plus a 7 yard KR
    Andrew George BYU 1 for 11
    Rob Gronkowski Arizona
    David Schaefer Texas Tech
    John Carlson Notre Dame
    Wade Betschart Wyoming
    Tommy Trott Auburn
    Jacob Tamme Kentucky
    Robert Lane Ole Miss
    Connor Barwin Cincinnati
    Clinton Corder Middle Tennessee
    Vincent Chase Southern Methodist
    Brett Russell Memphis
    Mickey Shuler PSU
    Chris Mitchell LSU
    Kyle Adams Purdue
    Jake Bradford Vanderbilt
    Tripp Chandler Georgia 2 for 20
    Ben Cleveland Arkansas
    Jeff Cumberland Illinois 1 for 22 and a TD
    Ryan Thompson BC
    Chase Coffman Missouri
    Jake Ballard Ohio State-nill
    Rory Nicol Ohio State-nill
    Andy Boyd South Carolina
    Logan Paulsen UCLA 2 for 32
    John Tereshinski WF
    Michael Pooschke KSU
    Travis Dekker AFA 4 for 84
    Matt Sims Utah
    Ian Jorgensen UMass
    Zac Pauga Colorado State
    Hunter Teafatiller Nebraska
    Sean Hill Nebraska
    Tom Santi Virginia 3 for 19
    Jonathan Stupar Virginia 1 for 5
    Taylor Wardlow Rice
    Jed Collins San Diego State
    Shae Reagan Texas Christian 1 KR for 11
    Jeff Cottam Tennessee
    Nick Cleaver New Mexico State
    Chris Mark New Mexico
    Garrett Graham Wisconsin
    Dan Gronkowki West Virginia 1 for 12
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    awwww, the commentator on the game of Florida vs Tennessee said about Austin Rodgers(WR) : He is not the quickest guy( after a pass of 4 yards)..that was the only bad thing saying about the speed of a player in all the game..
     
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    Jordy Nelson had a career day for K-State. 15 rec for 209 yds and a TD. Also threw a 24 yd TD pass.
     
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    I think Jordy Nelson might be a small part black. I saw a picture of him and he looked it to me. Hopefully I am wrong.
     
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    I think you're wrong.

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    That is the same picture I saw. Maybe it's just that he's Southern European with a shaved head. [​IMG]
     
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    he's definitely white. check out this interview
     
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    Lumsdenpower, I heard that same caste-esque comment too. Also, they later said (after an incomplete pass to Rodgers)..."He always tries hard" being wisenheimers (over the missed catch) and perpetuating the caste line of white player = hard worker/lunch-pale/blue collar/short on talent-long on effort.
     
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    I've never heard a white commentator said on a black player : He is not the quickest guy [​IMG]
     
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    Can you imagine, after the player makes a mistake, an announcer saying of a black player, "He's not the smartest guy, but he always tries hard."? There would be, ad nauseum, commentary by the media of "racism in the announcer booth".
     
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    Ohio St. WR Brian Hartline is finally starting to develop a chemistry with QB Todd Boeckman. His reception total has gone up every game finishing with 6 catches for 88 yards and a TD vs. highly respected Washington. He should tear it up again this Saturday vs. lousy Northwestern.
     
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    Corey Partridge Bowling Green 7 for 71
    Jordy Nelson KSU-Open Date
    Jesse Meyer Tulsa 7 for 114 and a TD
    Bryan Anderson Central Michigan 7 for 67
    Brian Hernandez Utah 3 for 17
    Derrek Richards Utah 4 for 31
    Bradon Godfrey Utah 6 for 62
    Austin Silvoy Troy-DNP
    Kevin Jurovich San Jose State 7 for 93 plus a run for -2
    Kyle Flynn San Jose State 2 for 28
    Austin Knowlin Columbia 6 for 59
    Luke Roberts Colorado State 6 for 113 and a TD
    Chip Brinkman WF 4 for 21
    Brett Swain San Diego State 6 for 224 and 3 TDs
    Dan Mougey San Diego State 5 for 86 and a TD
    Corey Mazza Harvard 9 for 130 and a TD
    Ryan Fusilier Dartmouth-nill
    Braden Lepisto Pennsylvania 11 for 123 and a TD
    Danny Amendola Texas Tech 14 for 233 and a TD
    Grant Walker Texas Tech 3 for 29
    Brock Stickler North Texas 2 for 11
    Austin Collie BYU-DNP
    Matt Allen BYU 3 for 21 and a TD
    Bryce Mahuika BYU-nill
    Mark Root AFA 1 for no gain
    Tyler Grisham Clemson-nill
    Eric Peterman Northwestern 6 for 61 plus a -4 yard run
    Ross Lane Northwestern-nill
    Luke Swan Wisconsin 3 for 62
    Joe Cowan UCLA 3 for 28
    Andy Brodell Iowa 1 for 2 plus 2 PR for 26
    Trey Stross Iowa-nill
    Steve Ogden Valparaiso 5 for 62 and a TD
    Zack Sledge Southern Methodist 3 for 22
    Dicky Lyons Jr. Kentucky 2 for 14 plus 2 KR for 50
    Todd Blythe Iowa State 7 for 77 and a TD
    Jared Martin Cincinnati-nill
    Patrick Honeycutt Middle Tennessee 3 for 42
    Nate Swift Nebraska 1 for 18 and a TD
    Brian Hartline Ohio State 2 for 22
    Dane Sanzenbacher Ohio State-nill
    Riley Cooper Florida-nill
    Jake Gaebler Western Kentucky 3 for 61 and a TD
    Chris McGaha Arizona State 2 for 21
    Kyle Hudson Illinois 1 for 2
    Evan Moore Stanford 3 for 35
    Kris Durham Georgia 1 for 19
    Jake Standeford Purdue 3 for 19
    Brad Kanuch Connecticut-Open Date
    Scotty McKnight Colorado 3 for 60
    Ryan Wolfe UNLV 3 for 50
    Casey Flair UNLV 1 for 7
    Ryan Bagley Montana 4 for 38 and a TD
    Mike Ferriter Montana 7 for 84
    Lance Long Mississippi State 2 for 5 and a run for -4
    Hoost Marsh Wyoming 5 for 38 plus a 19 yard PR
    Robby Paris Notre Dame-nill
    Crosby Tuck Arkansas 1 for 21
    Austin Rogers Tennessee 3 for 37
    Blake Smolen Grand Valley State 1 for 11 plus 7 runs for 34 and 2 TDs
    Mike Koster Grand Valley State-nill
    Nick Coon UAB-Open Date
    Andrew Pearman Virginia 2 for -2 and a -1 yard run
    Shawn Leonard Rhode Island 4 for 50
    Ryan Christian Texas Christian 4 runs for 7
    Derek Moore Texas Christian 2 for 38 and a TD
    Jordan Shipley Texas-nill
    Matt Caddell Alabama 1 for 5
    Weston Dressler North Dakota 7 for 165 and 2 TDs
    Kole Heckendorf North Dakota State 2 for 17



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    Gary Barnidge Louisville 6 for 68 and a TD
    Scott Kuhn Louisville 1 for 4 and a TD
    Stephen Chicola Middle Tennessee 1 for 22
    Jerry Wasikowski Purdue-nill
    Joe Jon Finley Oklahoma 1 for 24
    Bear Pascoe Fresno State-Open Date
    Riar Geer Colorado-nill
    David Sigler UAB-Open Date
    Brady Camp Oregon State-nill
    Dennis Pitta BYU 5 for 114
    Andrew George BYU-nill
    Rob Gronkowski Arizona-nill
    David Schaefer Texas Tech-nill
    John Carlson Notre Dame 1 for 16
    Wade Betschart Wyoming-nill
    Tommy Trott Auburn-nill
    Jacob Tamme Kentucky-nill
    Robert Lane Ole Miss 2 for 15
    Connor Barwin Cincinnati 3 for 39 and a TD
    Clinton Corder Middle Tennessee-nill
    Vincent Chase Southern Methodist 2 for 9
    Brett Russell Memphis-nill
    Mickey Shuler PSU-nill
    Richard Dickson LSU 4 for 39 and a TD
    Kyle Adams Purdue-nill
    Jake Bradford Vanderbilt-Open Date
    Tripp Chandler Georgia 1 for 11
    Ben Cleveland Arkansas-nill
    Jeff Cumberland Illinois-nill
    Ryan Thompson BC-nill
    Chase Coffman Missouri 3 for 31
    Jake Ballard Ohio State-nill
    Rory Nicol Ohio State 2 for 13
    Andy Boyd South Carolina-nill
    Logan Paulsen UCLA-nill
    John Tereshinski WF 5 for 55 and a TD
    Michael Pooschke KSU-Open Date
    Travis Dekker AFA 1 for 7
    Zac Pauga Colorado State 1 for 6
    Hunter Teafatiller Nebraska-nill
    Sean Hill Nebraska 3 for 129 and a TD
    Tom Santi Virginia 4 for 85
    Jonathan Stupar Virginia-nill
    Taylor Wardlow Rice 3 for 58
    Jed Collins San Diego State-nill
    Shae Reagan Texas Christian 1 for 12
    Jeff Cottam Tennessee 1 for 13
    Nick Cleaver New Mexico State 3 for 45
    Chris Mark New Mexico 1 for 4
    Garrett Graham Wisconsin-nill
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