How would the NFL Draft look if front offices only evaluated prospects based on their stats and measureables? Campus Insiders' Bonnie Bernstein and Doug Chapman try to select the top players in college football without knowing names or universities. SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/CampusInsiders Campus Insiders takes you deep inside college sports with game highlights, interviews and a behind the scenes perspective of the trending stories of the day from top college analysts, former coaches and special contributors. Visit the Campus Insiders website: http://www.campusinsiders.com Follow Campus Insiders on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CampusInsiders Like Campus Insiders on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CampusInsiders Follow Campus Insiders on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/CampusInsiders http://www.youtube.com/user/CampusInsiders
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ATLANTA (WPMI) On October 4th, the Alabama Crimson Tide fell on the road at Ole Miss. It was a loss that in the day and age of the new college football playoff could have kept the Tide on the outside looking in. I asked the question after the Ole Miss game, how are you going to respond to a loss? recalls Alabama head coach Nick Saban. Weve only had one team that didnt lose a game. Its a very difficult thing to do and I think they responded the right way. Two months later Alabama has once again established itself as the top team in college football with quite the resume -- most recently a 42-13 win over Mizzou in the SEC championship game. I dont know that Ive ever been so anxious to want to win a game for a group of guys that did a phenomenal job all year long of working to improve and overcoming adversity, said Saban after Saturdays win. This team may not be Sabans best Alabama team, but its definitely his most resilient. That resiliency has created a brotherhood, and Alabama playing its best football at just the right time. Definitely, I mean were playing our best games right now, said senior defensive back Landon Collins. Weve still got room to improve, still more to work on and keep on doing what we do best. Part of the reason why I love this team so much is we have great team chemistry, said Saban. We dont have a lot of issues ever. Everyone kind of has each others back and in this day and age? The way people are? Thats kind of unique. Its a new era -- one of the college football playoff. For Alabama, that era begins on New Years Day against Ohio State in the Sugar Bowl. Its pretty much a new season, explains senior linebacker Trey DePriest. I mean, we gotta start from the beginning. Were gonna play some teams we havent played before so we gotta have major focus and start preparing for that. I think it really doesnt matter who we play, stated senior offensive lineman Austin Shepherd. If we play Alabama football, I think we can beat anybody in the nation. The Tide is rolling and right now, who could tell them any different?
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Bullying Case' NFL Bully case: Dolphins suspend guard Richie Incognito for racial tweet and TMZ (Video) Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito spent most of the season side by side, a pair of 300-pound men made rich from football, crouched inches apart on the offensive line of the Miami Dolphins. When the defense took the field, they sat on the bench in order of their position — Martin, the left tackle, next to Incognito, the left guard. They were as connected as teammates could be — though they could hardly be more different. Now Martin and Incognito are gone from the team, at least temporarily, opposites embroiled in a twisted controversy over hazing and workplace abuse. Martin, a classics major who attended Stanford and is the son of two Harvard graduates, left the Dolphins last week after an episode in the cafeteria in which teammates stood as Martin sat, the last in a string of perceived slights. Incognito, a 30-year-old veteran with a reputation for dirty play and a history of rough behavior, was suspended indefinitely by the Dolphins late Sunday while the team and the league investigated the matter. Their unfolding saga is forcing the National Football League to uncomfortably turn its gaze toward locker room culture and start defining the gray areas between good-natured pranks and hurtful bullying. For years, young players in the N.F.L. have been subjected to a wide swath of indignities straight from the hallways of high school or the back rooms of fraternity houses. Young players are often expected to carry teammates' equipment off the field. They are sometimes forced to sing or otherwise entertain teammates on demand, left helplessly taped to goal posts or asked to regularly bring sandwiches or fast food to teammates. They are often called names — Incognito referred to Martin, privately and publicly, as the Big Weirdo. In the glossy program sold at the Dolphins' Halloween night home game, after Martin left the team, Incognito called Martin the "easiest teammate to scare." ESPN and The Associated Press, among other outlets, citing unnamed sources, have reported that Incognito sent threatening and racist voice mail and text messages to Martin. Many teams have a tradition of requiring rookies to pay the bill at an annual steakhouse dinner, with free-flowing liquor, where tabs run into the tens of thousands of dollars. One report Monday said Martin was pressured to pay $15,000 toward a trip to Las Vegas that he did not attend. In 2010, Dallas receiver Dez Bryant paid a $54,896 tab. "Everything tastes better when rookies pay for it," Dolphins defensive lineman Jared Odrick wrote in a Twitter message on Friday, accompanied by a photograph of a table of food, including bowls of shrimp and other seafood. Most incidents come with the tacit, unsupervised approval of coaches and executives, who see the pranks as a rite of passage, a worthy bit of team building and character strengthening. Last year, Martin and other Miami rookies were subjected to deliberately bad haircuts at the hands of veterans. Offensive lineman Josh Samuda had his eyebrows shaved and his hair shaved into a penis-shaped Mohawk. "Glad we're such a first-class organization, Josh," Joe Philbin, then in his first year as head coach, said to a room full of laughing teammates, according to The Miami Herald. But the hazing generally stays in the macho atmosphere of the locker room. The Dolphins' latest problems — symbolized by two behemoth millionaire teammates turned archetypical opposites — burst into the public in recent days, forcing the team to address the matter.
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NFL Tryouts 2018 Combine QB Punter Pick Me Oldest Rookie Un-drafted Part 1, Chris Edwards Tryout Punting Kicking Running Throwing Steps Technique - http://fakepunts.com - Fake Punts.com - Touchdown Jamal Anderson (NFL Atlanta Falcons, Utah) & Chris Edwards at Moorpark College longest, 65 yard fake-punt TD pass in JC history. The punter was fake-punt world record holder Chris Edwards. His career fake punts is 13/14. In this video, P/QB Edwards (13), with 100M relay anchor-leg sprinter speed, beat everyone downfield to make the hit on the Punt Returner, separating his shoulder. Punter, Edwards (13) gets up and sprints toward the end-zone. He is the "flash gordan" person seen sprinting by at 0:14 - Other reports on this story are here: http://articles.latimes.com/1991-11-2... -- Anderson also scored on a fake punt in the fourth quarter, taking punter Chris Edwards' pass and knocking over would-be tacklers on the 64-yard play. -- http://www.thefreelibrary.com/FANCY+F... Dec. 1990 Westlake's Preston to Play Football for Cal. Chris Edwards Westlake High School QB, with a back injury, had to share time with Todd Preston. Chris eventually was too injured to play the rest of the season. Preston became the Westlake starter in the second game of his sophomore season after splitting time with senior Chris Edwards in a season-opening 17-14 loss to Buena. During his career, he completed 391 of 785 passes for 5,608 yards and 46 touchdowns. He threw 43 interceptions. Chris went on to red shirt his first year of football at Moorpark College. http://articles.latimes.com/1990-12-2... Oct 23rd 1987 - Westlake Weathers Storm to Remain in First Place, 31-14. The key play came on fourth and 19 from the Warriors' 43. Punter Chris Edwards fumbled the snap, scooped up the ball and raced 38 yards for a first down. Baker scored six plays later to give Westlake its high-water mark--a 31-0 lead. Royal managed 24 yards in offense in the first half, 121 for the game. The Warriors didn't fare much better, gaining 196 total yards. Westlake fumbled three times and lost one. http://articles.latimes.com/1987-10-2... -- Chris Edwards 38 year old rookie tryout with Calgary Stampeders (CFL) http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-292176 -- Chris Edwards Football Resume: https://web.archive.org/web/200903300... Memorable Play - Executed a 64 yd fake-punt TD pass to Jamal Anderson. Jamal used this play in his promo tape he gave to Utah and the Atlanta Falcons. The 64 yd fake punt pass to Jamal ranks in the top 5 for longest fake punt pass TD's in JC history. Memorable Quote – Head Coach Jim Bittner said "your a gamer", "I need you to lead for the fullback with hits like that" … after I made a crucial block on the 64 yd TD fake-punt play, sprinting full speed, 70 yards downfield, made a de-cleating block on the punt returner (separating his shoulder), which Jamal cut off of to score the TD. Jamal Anderson, other players, coaches and administrators talk about this fake-punt on the Internet a good 10 years after it happened. I Hold the school record in the 110M HH 14.19 sec. (ranked 17th in the Nation). Ran the 4X100M relay (anchor leg) with Freddie Bradley. Broke the school record, beating Freddie Bradley in the 4 corners. Inducted into the Moorpark College Hall of Fame in 1992. GPA 3.35
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Oregon safety JD Nelson intercepts a pass from Oklahoma QB Rhett Bomar vs. Oklahoma 12-29-2005 in the Holiday Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA.
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Florida State’s Pro Day will take place tomorrow and it’s expected to be one of the most highly attended events of its kind. Former Florida State stars are planning to workout in front of NFL personnel. Quarterback Jameis Winston, wide receiver Rashad Greene, defensive end Mario Edwards Jr, tight end Nick O’Leary, and defensive tackle Eddie Goldman will show their skills Tuesday. Obviously, the Buccaneers will be in Tallahassee watching Winston. It was also reported earlier that the Bucs planned to work out Marcus Mariota on the same day as Winston’s Pro Day. That report has since been shot down. The Bucs will indeed be in Tallahassee watching Winston do his thing. In one month, Winston, along with other NFL hopefuls, will learn their destiny. But first, FSU’s Pro Day will be totally centered on the former Heisman winner. According to the Tallahassee Democrat, Winston has been working with private quarterbacks coach George Whitfield Jr. in San Diego. Wide Receiver Rashad Greene has been training in San Diego as well. Here’s what you need to know about Pro Day. The end event is schedule from 10 AM to 2 PM and you can watch it live on ESPNU and on NFL Network. If you need a refresher on Winston’s qualifications, he finished his college career, 26-1, with a national championship win on his resume. While many people can’t see past his off-the-field issues, the Buccaneers have reportedly said that they are not worried about that. Multiple mock drafts have Winston going at No. 1 to Tampa Bay, but there’s still an entire month of speculation.
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Are you satisfied with Michael Crabtree’s possible exit from San Francisco? Also there is a growing concern over what is to be done about Chris Borlands future duties upon the return of the talented all pros Patrick Willis, and Navarro Bowman? This week Ronbo finds yet another 49er fan in the Red and Gold empire to discuss, and analyze several subjects including the question of, has the time come to scale back the 49er hate on Richard Sherman? You don’t want to miss this one, and make sure to leave comment on your feeling about this and other issues concerning the 49ers! Share this Video: http://youtu.be/hqvn2wnKRQA Subscribe To Ronbo Sports Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/SuperLamarOdom?sub_confirmation=1 Thanks for watching! NFL 49ers Analyse SUPERBOWL XLIX While Enjoying New England Patriots Victory
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GET A $100 FREE BET – just for signing up at https://www.betdsi.eu/videopromo/ BetDSI.eu | Top Rated | Awarded Best Customer Service | Sports wagering that’s exciting and fun! Enter at https://www.betdsi.eu/videopromo/ and GET A 100% bonus on your first deposit. That’s $200 in wagers for a $100 deposit! $$$ BET your favorite NFL & NCAA Teams NOW and start making easy money $$$ BETTING ODDS: ---spread------ win su -------over-under Tennessee Titans +8½ +320 ov 44½ 9-7 SU, 8-7-1 ATS, 9-7 over/under Kansas City Chiefs -8½ -400 un 44½ 10-6 SU, 10-6 ATS, 8-8 over/under Facing a “win and get in” proposition, the Tennessee Titans topped the Jacksonville Jaguars and avoided a rematch the following week because the Baltimore Ravens lost and the Buffalo Bills won. With that, the Titans hit the road to take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium as the NFL playoffs get underway with the first of 4 games set for this weekend. The Chiefs opened favored by a touchdown for Saturday afternoon’s postseason opener, and that has now been bet up to 8½ with a total at 44½ points. Tennessee Titans The Titans wrapped up a 9-7 season and had a similar record ATS, depending on the number your wager closed on. The Titans have been kind to bettors down the stretch with 5 covers in the last 6 games.. Even though Tennessee went 9-7 and Kansas City went 10-6, there is more than a one-game disparity between the teams statistically. Tennessee managed 5.2 yards per play and allowed 5.0 yards per play, while Kansas City had 6.1 yards per play and allowed 5.6 yards per play. The Titans were outscored by 22 points and the Chiefs were 76 points on the plus side. The Titans don’t have a very impressive resume on offense. They haven’t topped 400 yards since Week 10 and have only topped 350 yards once since then. Tennessee’s unimaginative play calling with head coach Mike Mularkey and offensive coordinator Terry Robiskie has been a hindrance this season and for quarterback Marcus Mariota overall. Mariota wrapped up the regular season with a 13/15 TD/INT ratio and a 62% completion rate. He missed one start due to injury and Matt Cassel had a 1/2 TD/INT ratio, so Tennessee enters the playoffs as the only team with a negative TD/INT ratio and as 1 of just 3 teams in the NFL with that statistic. The running game wasn’t even good for the Titans with 4.1 yards per carry, which ranked tied for 14th. The status of DeMarco Murray is still up in the air for this week, but Murray only had 3.6 yards per carry to the 4.2 yards per carry that “backup” Derrick Henry amassed. Henry only had 8 fewer carries than Murray and was the more effective back, so the injury could be a blessing in disguise. The Titans do have a nice edge in this game with tight end Delanie Walker and some slower coverage linebackers for the Chiefs. Walker led the Titans with 74 grabs on 111 targets, and 807 yards. Kansas City Chiefs The Chiefs seem to be back. Even with the first-stringers mostly on the sidelines, Kansas City knocked off Denver in Week 17 to win and cover for the fourth straight game. The Chiefs are 10-6 straight up and ATS going into the postseason. After a 5-0 start, finishing strong was a must for a team that fell to 6-6 on December 3. Good teams never panic. When the Kansas City Chiefs went from 5-0 to 6-6 on December 3, nobody panicked and things eventually got back on track. This Chiefs team is riding high with 4 straight wins and covers and those struggles in the middle of the season are long forgotten. Teams that avoid beating themselves can have a lot of success. That is the Chiefs. They only turned the football over 11 times this season and wound up +15 in turnover margin. The Chiefs scored at least 26 points in each of their last 5 games. Alex Smith finished the regular season with a 67.5% completion rate and a 26/5 TD/INT ratio. Kareem Hunt won the rushing title with 1,327 yards. Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce proved to be matchup nightmares. Kelce is really going to test Kevin Byard and the Hill vs. Jackson matchup should be isolated by a picture-in-picture camera, AS those are your big storylines going into this game. Can the two best players on the Titans defense hold up against a very efficient offense? Predictions: Kansas City Chiefs -8½ under 44½ For being a run-first team, Tennessee’s inconsistency running the football has been maddening. t. In 7 of their 8 road games, for whatever reason, the Titans failed to cross the century mark. Marcus Mariota won’t get short fields here against a disciplined Chiefs offense and that will make his job very hard. The under also makes some sense here with a Chiefs team that ranked 29th in red zone efficiency against a Titans defense that ranked 10th.. Full Story: https://www.bangthebook.com/tennessee-titans-kansas-city-chiefs-1-6-18-betting-odds-pick-preview/
Hicks went OFF against the Shadle Park defense for 360 yards rushing and 5 TDs! Breaking the Saxons single-game record and falling just 6 yards short of the GSL record of 366. If Hicks' career night is your Kimmel HOTW.. Vote HERE: http://bit.ly/KimmelHOTW
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Here I break down my thoughts on Nick Foles and Mark Sanchez's resumes and seasons etc. and choose my pick between the two ..
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2015 NFL Draft Prospect, DE/OLB out of East Central University, Daniel Holland joined Chris Shanafelt on The C.S. Podcast on February 25, 2015 for an interview to talk about his college football career beginning at Victor Valley College and finishing up at East Central University. Holland is a very impressive pass-rusher who recorded 18.5 TFL's & a conference record 14.5 sacks this past season. This is a name that you should be on the look out for in the later rounds of the draft that can certainly make an impact. Follow on Twitter @ChrisShanafelt & @DanielHollandJr
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Baker Mayfield took a unique road to the Heisman Trophy, a long and winding climb from walk-on to one of the most accomplished players to ever play college football. The brash, flag-planting Oklahoma quarterback became the sixth Sooner to the win Heisman on Saturday night in one of the most lopsided votes in the 83-year history of the award. Stanford running back Bryce Love was the runner-up, making it five second-place finishes for the Cardinal since 2009. Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson, last year's Heisman winner, was third, the best finish by a returning winner since Tim Tebow of Florida in 2008. Mayfield received 732 first-place votes and 2,398 points. Love had 75 first-place votes and 1,300 points and Jackson received 47 and 793. Mayfield received 86 per cent of the total points available - the third-highest percentage in Heisman history behind Ohio State's Troy Smith (91.63 per cent) in 2006 and Oregon's Marcus Mariota (90.92 per cent) in 2014. He is the third player to win the Heisman heading to the College Football Playoff. The second-ranked Sooners meet No. 3 Georgia in the Rose Bowl on January 1. Mayfield is the first senior to win the award since Smith and the first Heisman winner to begin his career as a walk-on since athletic scholarships started in the 1950s. 'It's been a tough journey,' Mayfield said during his acceptance speech. He choked back tears, thanking his parents and first-year Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley. 'Tried to play it cool,' Mayfield said later. 'That's not my thing though. I'm a guy that wears his emotions on his sleeve.' Mayfield finished fourth in the Heisman voting two years ago and third last year. 'It's motivating for me to be the best in the country,' he said. Mayfield entered this season as one of the Heisman favorites and jumped toward the front of the pack when he led the Sooners to an early victory at Ohio State that he celebrated by planting the OU flag in the Horseshoe turf. He later apologized for that, but that has been Mayfield's career: spectacular play fueled by grudges, slights and trying to prove doubters wrong. Moxie is the word that gets attached to Mayfield often, but at times poor judgment has gotten him in trouble on and off the field. Those were really the only marks on Mayfield's Heisman resume, because his play has been consistently stellar. He has thrown for 4,340 yards and 41 touchdowns this season for the Big 12 champion Sooners (12-1). For his career, Mayfield is eighth in FBS history in yards passing (14,320) and sixth in touchdown passes (129). That's pretty good for a scrawny kid who grew up in Austin, Texas, rooting for Oklahoma, but did not receive a scholarship offer out of high school from either the hometown Longhorns or his beloved Sooners. At Lake Travis High School, Mayfield won a state championship at a school that regularly pumps out Division I quarterbacks. He received one offer from a Power Five program - Washington State. 'There's something to be said for having just good ol' confidence in yourself,' Mayfield said. 'Just true belief. My journey, like I said earlier is not over, but it's about facing adversity. 'If there's mistakes, being up front about it and then moving forward and being better in the future.' He walked-on at Texas Tech and started eight games as a freshman in 2013. With a glut of quarterbacks in Lubbock, Mayfield left and had only one school in mind. He walked on again at Oklahoma. Mayfield thanked former Sooners coach Bob Stoops, who also was at the Best Buy Theater in midtown Manhattan, for welcoming a 'chubby, unathletic kid into the program with open arms.' That was also Riley's first season as Oklahoma's offensive coordinator. The two have been a perfect match. 'For any coach to have a chance for your guy to be standing here, to win the Heisman Trophy, and just to do it kind of at the end of such a long journey we've had together, it's very special,' Riley said. Mayfield's departure from Texas Tech was contentious. At first, he lost a year of eligibility, despite not being on scholarship. He eventually got that year back when the Big 12 tweaked its rules, but he never did let it go. For his last game against Texas Tech this season, he wore the 'Traitor' T-shirt that some Red Raiders fans wore when he first returned to Lubbock with Oklahoma. Later in the year, it was Kansas - of all teams - that tried to get the volatile Mayfield off his game. Jayhawks captains refused to shake his hand during the pregame coin flip. They trash-talked Mayfield and even took a late hit at him. He responded by screaming profanities and making a lewd gesture that television cameras caught. That led to a public apology from Mayfield, his third this year. The first came after he was arrested in Fayetteville, Arkansas, in February for public intoxication, disorderly conduct and fleeing. He pleaded guilty to three misdemeanors and paid a $300 fine. The second came after that flag planting in
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Leahey & Leahey: Jerry Tanaka from singorsink.com Original Air Date: November 14, 2012
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