We open up Week Two of our NCAA season tomorrow night with four games. Up first, the Kansas Jayhawks (1-0) face the no. 19 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers(1-0). The two skill players from Kansas to get snaps last week were TE Mason Fairchild (4-59, reception leader) and LB Gavin Potter (6 solo tkls). WR Luke Grimm also had a 27 yard kick return and will hopefully see some snaps and/or targets this week. The Chanticleers will have much more pale-faces on both offense and defense. Grayson McCall had a stellar game last week (16-19, 266 yards passing, 2-24 rushing, 1 TD) and look for him to continue this week. Defensive players to watch for Coastal include LB JT Killen (7 TOT tkls), LB Teddy Gallagher (5 TOT tkls), LB Silas Kelly (5 TOT tkls), and Safeties Brayden Matts (3 TOT tkls) and Alex Spillum (5 TOT tkls). Our next game is the Duke Blue Devils(0-1) and NC A&T Aggies(0-1). The Blue Devils look to bounce back after a close loss to Charlotte, and hopefully they can properly dominate the HBCU Aggies. Jake Bobo has been the notable pale face, with the team leader in receiving yards (7-88). Only other pale face I could find so far was TE Cole Finney. Unfortunately, Week One was a trash week for white Duke defenders, so nothing notable there. Third, we have the Utah State Aggies (1-0) and North Dakota Fighting Hawks (1-0). The Aggies had a close win against Washington State(who criminally underused mini McCaffrey standout Borghi) and will attempt to keep the momentum going against North Dakota. QB Logan Bonner (17-24 143 yds 1 TD 1 INT) will probably start this week, as he had a better game than Peasley last week. Our guys to watch for in the air include Wide Receivers Derek Wright (4-35), Kyle Van Leewuen (1-13), Brandon Bowling (1-10) and hopefully some TE action in Carson Terrell. On the defensive side of the ball for the Aggies expect LB Justin Rice to capitalize on his successful Week One outing (7 TOT tkls, 3 solo) and establish himself as the clear defensive leader for the Aggies. DE Nick Heninger isn't too far behind either (6 TOT tkls, 2 solo) and maybe he'll rack up a sack or two this week. Lastly on the Friday slate of games, look for the UTEP Miners (2-0) to take on the Boise State Broncos (0-1). UTEP's QB Gavin Hardison is off to a good start (25-39 432 yds 4 TDs) and will try to take the Miners to 3-0 against probably their toughest opponent yet. No white pale faces getting any meaningful receptions (who's surprised?) and LB Cal Wallerstedt has a sole tackle for our guys. This team is pretty coal black all around, so don't expect too much from them. Boise State is a little better, with half-Asian QB Hank Bachmeier (25-39 263 yds 2 TDs) hoping to lead the Broncos back into W territory. Pretty pathetic showing so far in receiving, with only TEs Kurt Rafdal and Riley Smith with catches so far. On the defensive side, the Broncos have LB Riley Whimpey with 11 TOT tkls, 6 solo. Funnily enough, looking at the stat line last week there were a couple white offensive guys notching tackles like WR Davis Koetter. I will be at the FSU-Jacksonville State game this weekend, and I have quite a bit of homework to catch up on, so I will update when I can albeit maybe infrequently. Will let all of you guys know how Milton does, as I can almost guarantee Mike Norvell's head will be on a stake by our free shoes DWFs if he starts the quotaback, especially after icing our kicker last week.