2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #9! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

 

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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #9!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

All MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

OFFENSE

Super Passing Quarterbacks

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  1. Utah State Sophomore Quarterback Jordan Love (6-4, 225, 4.9, 31, 4.82) had a Sensational Game Against The New Mexico Lobos as he Completed 23 of 34 Passes for an Incredible Career-High 448-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 15-Yards and another Touchdown, All in the First Half, giving him 463-Yards and 5 Touchdowns and an Incredible 217.1 Quarterback Rating. The Utah State Aggies Dominated The New Mexico Lobos in a 61-19 Victory on Saturday for The Aggies Seventh Straight Victory. The Aggies (7-1, 4-0 Mountain West Conference) Recorded 557-Yards and took a Quick 52-5 Lead. Love Threw Two Incomplete passes early in The Second Half before Hendry Colombi (6-2, 205, 4.66, 34, 4.23) Took-Over and Completed 7 of 8 Passes for 68-YardsBehind The Impressive Direction of Love (#10), The Aggie Offense Recorded a Game-Saving Video with Incredible Figures in Their Victory over The Lobos. The Aggies Offense Also Set an All-Time School Record for Most Yards in a Single Game with 704-Yards of Total OffenseThat was a fun win,” Utah State Head Coach Matt Wells said. “Moving to 5-0 at Maverik Stadium was extremely important to these guys, and that was a huge step for us.”

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  1. Washington State Senior Transfer Quarterback Gardner Minshew (6-2, 220, 4.92) had another Incredible Game Against The Stanford Cardinal as he Completed 40 of 50 Passes for 438-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 4-Yards, giving him 442-Yards of Total Offense, 3 Touchdowns, and a Great 173.4 Quarterback Rating in The Cougars 41-38 Victory over The Stanford Cardinal. Minshew (#16 With My Good Friend and Head Coach Mike Leach) Completed his First 19 passes in the Second Half and then he Engineered The #14 Washington State Cougars on Their Winning Drive in the Final 1:25 Left in The Game, with “The Big Play” coming on a 35-Yard Pass to Jamire Calvin on a Third-and-2-Yards from the 33 to a 42-Yard Field Goal by Blake Mazza with 19 Seconds remaining To-Give The Cougars (7-1, 4-1 PAC-10) The 41-38 Cougars Victory over The #24 Stanford Cardinal and it was Their Third Straight Victory over The CardinalIt also Gave The Cougars Back-to-Back Victories Over Ranked Opponents for The First Time Since 2002.
  2. Boise State Senior Quarterback Brett Rypien (6-2, 202, 4.76) had Another Incredible Game Against The Air Force Falcons as he Completed 20 of 34 Passes for 399-Yards and an Incredible 5 Touchdowns and with an Incredible 205.9 Quarterback Rating in The Boise State Broncos 48-38 Victory over The Air Force Falcons. The Victory was Already Sewed-Up at Halftime, as Rypien Never Skipped a Beat as he Finished with Five Touchdown Passes, including Three Touchdown Catches by An Incredible John Hightower. Just as Rypien Threw his Fourth Touchdown Pass, late in The Second Quarter, he took a Really Hard-Shot to his Chin from a defender and it required stitches To-Close The Cut. “I did not like the getting hit part, but I think that it comes a little bit with the situation,” said Boise State Head Coach Bryan Harsin. “He got his Chin taken care of. That’s not what you want from your Quarterback, but at the same time he is Still Standing there in the Pocket and Still Delivering the Football. The number one requirement for a Quarterback is toughness, and he’s been displaying it all year long.
  3. Notre Dame Junior Quarterback Ian Book (6-0, 203, 4.8) had an Incredible Game Against The Navy Midshipmen as he Completed 27 of 33 Passes for 330-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 50-Yards, giving him 380-Yards of Total Offense and he was Unbelievably Efficient in Leading The Fighting Irish to a 44-22 Victory that kept The Fighting Irish Undefeated with an 8-0 Record and in The Playoff Picture. The Irish are 8-0 for The First Time since 2012, when it was Undefeated until being Beaten by Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game. In this Game, Notre Dame had 584-Yards of Total Offense as it Continued their Dominance over The Midshipmen with a Current Record of 78-13-1. Book kept The Midshipmen Off-Balance with a Lot of Play-action Plays and with Sharp, Accurate Passes and a Great 179.8 Quarterback Rating.
  4. Buffalo Junior Quarterback Tyree Jackson (6-7, 245, 4.77, 32, 4.3) had an Incredible  Game Against Miami (Oh) as he Completed 20 of 34 Passes for 358-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for Another 22-Yards and 3 More Touchdowns, giving him 380-Yards of Total Offense and 6 Touchdowns and an Outstanding 176.4 Quarterback Rating in The Buffalo Bulls 51-42 Victory over The Miami Redhawks.
  5. Oklahoma State Senior Quarterback Taylor Cornelius (6-5, 232, 4.81, 32, 4.61) From Bushland, Texas, had an Outstanding Game Against The Texas Longhorns as he Completed 23 of 34 Passes for 321-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he Rushed for another 23-Yards and 2 more Touchdowns, giving him 344-Yards and 5 Touchdowns in The Cowboys 38-31 Big-12 Victory over The Longhorns. Cornelius was Rebounding from Two Poor Performances and he Rebounded in a big way Against The Longhorns Saturday night, with a 10-Yard Touchdown Run with 5:44 Left in The Game, that Helped The Cowboys in This Huge Victory. Cornelius gave The Cowboys (5-3, 2/3 Big 12) a 38-28 lead after Their 31-14 Halftime Lead had been Cut-Down to just Three Points.

Super Athletic Quarterback

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  1. Houston Junior Athletic Quarterback D’Eriq King (5-11, 195, 4.35) had Another Incredible Game Against The South Florida Bulls in a Houston Cougars 57-36 Victory. In this Game, King (#4) Completed 28 of 40 Passes for 419-Yards and 5 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for Another 132-Yards and Another 2 Touchdowns, giving him a Mind-Boggling 551-Yards of Total Offense and 7 Touchdowns, and with a 189.2 Quarterback Rating. King threw Touchdown Passes of 15, 38, 30, 52 and 27-Yards and had Unbelievable Touchdown Runs of 47-Yards and 36-Yards. After a Safety on King  for Intentional Grounding in The End-Zone, The Bulls Cut the Lead to 28-26 Remaining in The Third Quarter, but the Bulls would not Get any Closer. King then Responded, on a Fourth Down and 7, by Breaking Four or Five Tackles Up The Middle, and Spinning-Out of another Final Tackle, on a 36-Yard Touchdown Run to give The Houston Cougars a 35-26 Lead with 8:25 remaining in The Third Quarter, on Their way to Their 57-36 VictoryThe Seven Total Touchdowns by King was a Career-High.
  2. Oklahoma Junior Athletic Quarterback Kyler Murray (5-9, 195, 4.38) From Allen, Texas had another Incredible Game as he Completed 19 of 24 Passes for 352-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 46-Yards and another Touchdown, giving him 398-Yards of Total Offense, 4 Touchdowns, and an Incredible 243.6 Quarterback Rating in The Oklahoma Sooners 51-14 Victory over The Kansas State Wildcats in a Key Big-12 Game.
  3. Mississippi State Senior Athletic Quarterback Nick Fitzgerald (6-5, 230, 4.5, 36, 4.26) had an Outstanding Athletic Quarterback Game in Leading The Mississippi State Bulldogs to The 28-13 Victory over The Texas A&M Aggies in a Key SEC Conference Game. One week after probably his Worst Performance of his College Career, Fitzgerald (#7) made Outstanding Passes that had a Lot of Extra Zip on them and In short, Fitzgerald was Exceptional as he got his Mojo Back in Leading The Bulldogs to a Very Impressive UPSET Victory over The #16 Texas Aggies. In The Opening Drive, Fitzgerald Completed 6 of 7 Passes for 59-Yards, including a 25-Yard Touchdown Pass to Stephen Guidry, who Caught 3 Passes for an Incredible 130-Yards. This was The First Time that Fitzgerald had thrown a Touchdown Pass in 4 SEC Games, but in this Great Performance, he Completed 14 of 22 Passes for 241-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and he Rushed for Another 88-Yards, 2 More Touchdowns, including an Incredible 76-Yard Touchdown Run, giving him 329-Yards of Total Offense, An Outstanding 185.7 Quarterback Rating, and all 4 Bulldog Touchdowns in The Victory.

Super Running Quarterback

  1. Georgia Tech Red-Shirt Freshman Running Quarterback Tobias Oliver (6-2, 182, 4.44) made his First Career Start and he was Incredible as he Rushed 40 Times for 215-Yards and 3 Touchdowns as he Led The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets to an Incredible 49-28 Victory over The Virginia Tech Hokies in a Key ACC Conference Game. In Six Previous Games, this SeasonOliver has been Very Productive when he has been given some Playing-Time. In The 17 Previous Possessions on The Field, Oliver has run 64 Times for an Incredible 445-Yards and 7 Touchdowns and he has Completed 4 of 9 Passes for 62-Yards and another Touchdown. His 6.95-Yards-Per-Carry Average Ranks Second among all Quarterbacks in The Country, and it Includes Runs of 39, 34, 62, and 65-Yards. The Yellow Jackets (4-4, 2/3 ACC), are playing without their Starting Quarterback, TaQuon Marshall, who Finished with 465-Yards Rushing. Jordan Mason also scored three times as Georgia Tech won its Third Straight against The Virginia Tech Hokies and Their Third Straight in Lane Stadium and all of These Victories are Without a Single Pass Completion, but there was no need to throw.

Super Running Back

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  1. Utah Junior Running Back Zack Moss (5-10, 215, 4.42, 36, 4.22) had an Incredible Game Against The UCLA Bruins as he Rushed for 211-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he Caught 2 Passes for Another 14-Yards, giving him 225-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The #23 Ranked Utah Utes Fabulous 41-10 PAC-10 Victory over The UCLA Bruins. The Utes Scored 28 Straight Points after falling behind 7-3 in The First Quarter. “Some of those runs that Zack Moss (#1) made were Sheer Toughness and Willpower,”Utah Head Coach Kyle Whittingham said. “He’s like a Sledgehammer in Between the Tackles.”Utah leads The PAC-12 South Division by One Game over The Southern California Trojans and holds the Head-to-Head Tiebreaker over The Trojans with three PAC-10 Conference Games Remaining. The Utes are the only team from the South Division that has not played in The PAC-10 Conference Championship Title Game.

Running Back

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  1. Vanderbilt Junior Running Back Ke’Shawn Vaughn (5-10, 222, 4.44) had an Outstanding Game Against The Arkansas Razorbacks as he Rushed for 172-Yards and Scored 3 Touchdowns in The 45-31 Vanderbilt UPSET Victory over The Arkansas Razorbacks. The Great Game of Vaughn came a week after he missed The Commodores Loss to The Kentucky Wildcats, and it was just in time for his Team To-Break their Third Loss in a Row and Five of its last Six. After Vaughn (#5) had Missed About 10-Days of Practice, Vanderbilt Head Coach Derek Mason jokingly calling his Junior Super-Star being a “Fat Man” as he returned to practice after his Injury. Led by a Refreshed Vaughn, The Commodores Won Their First Southeastern Conference Victory of the Season and its First SEC Victory since their Victory over Tennessee to end The 2017 Season. Last week, in The 45-31 Vanderbilt Victory Over The Arkansas Razorbacks, Vaughn had The Huge Performance With 172-Yards Rushing and Three Touchdowns. This week, Vanderbilt Head Coach Derek Mason sat down with Matt Stinchcomb of The SEC Network and Broke-Down The Arkansas Game Film and Coach Mason Compared Vaughn to The Dallas Cowboys Super-Star Running Back Ezekiel Elliott.

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  1. Boston College Sophomore Running Back A.J. Dillon (6-0, 245, 4.46, 38.5, 4.18) had an Incredible Game Against The Miami Hurricanes, after Missing Two Straight Games with an Ankle Injury, he Rushed for 149-Yards on 32 Carries and Caught 2 Passes for another 18-Yards, giving him 167-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The 27-14 Boston College Eagles Victory over The Miami Hurricanes. Dillon (#2) Needed Only One Play to let everyone know that he was back and on that First Play, The Atlantic Coast Conference Preseason Player of The Year broke Around Left End for 25-Yards and from that Point, Boston College Was on Their Way to an Emotional Victory in The Annual Red Bandana Game Against The Hurricanes. “It definitely was a Huge Confidence Booster,” Dillon said of his first carry. “I was thinking about the ankle on the first run, so it was definitely a great confidence booster. I was happy to be out there.”

Super All-Purpose Running Back

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  1. Arizona Sophomore All-Purpose Running Back J.J. Taylor (5-6, 184, 4,32, 36, 4.06) entered The Game with The #19 Ranked Oregon Ducks as One of Top All-Purpose Running Backs in The Country and in This Game, Taylor (#21) had an Incredible Game Against The Ducks as he carried The Ball 30 Times for 212-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, Caught 2 Passes for Another 16-Yards, and Returned 2 Kickoffs for Another 36-Yards, giving him 264-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Arizona Wildcats 44-15 Victory over The Oregon Ducks. This Guy May not be The Biggest  Player on The Field, but he is an “Athletic Freak” as he Bursts Through Holes and Leaps over Defensive Backs. The Wildcats have been in a Rut and They Picked The Right Game for The Best Game of The Season in Their 44-15 UPSET Victory over The #19 Ranked Ducks. Considering The Competition, Against The Ducks, this was Arguably The Best Game of his Career, as Taylor put on a “Real All Purpose Clinic” in becoming The First Player to Rush for 200-Yards against The Ducks Since Ezekiel Elliott of The Ohio State Buckeyes had 246-Yards Rushing in The 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship.“We talked about playing Four Great Quarters,” Arizona Head Coach Kevin Sumlin said. “Not playing a perfect game, but playing Four Great Quarters and we did that.”
  2. Wyoming Senior All-Purpose Running Back Nico Evans (5-9, 211, 4.52, 36, 4.32) had a Great Game Against The Colorado State Rams as he Rushed for 176-Yards and a Touchdown and Caught 1 Pass for Another 14-Yards and Another Touchdown, giving him 190-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Wyoming Cowboys 34-21 Victory over The Colorado State Rams in The Key Mountain West Conference GameEvans has Continued to Impressive and he is The Main Reason that The Cowboys were able to pick up their first Mountain West Conference Victory in 2018. The Red-Shirt Senior Tailback has Run-Over and Around Defenders in Four of his last Five Games, and he has Scored in Three Straight Games for The Cowboys.
  3. ULL Junior All-Purpose Running Back Raymond Calais (5-9, 180,4.31, 38, 4.1, 10.5 100M, 47.8 400M) had a Great Game Against The Arkansas State Red Wolves as he Rushed for 121-Yards on only 7 Carries and a Touchdown and also Returned 4 Kickoffs for Another 64-Yards, giving him 185-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and a Touchdown in The Ragin’ Cajuns 47-43 Comeback Victory over The Arkansas State Red Wolves in a Key Sun Belt Conference Game. Remember in 2017, when Calais Returned Two Kickoffs for Touchdowns Against Southeastern in Their Sun Belt Game. In that Game, Kickoff Return Freak Calais Returned The Opening Kickoff for a 97-Yard Touchdown and then Later in The First Quarter, Calais Returned Another Kickoff for 100-Yards and another Touchdown.

Super Wide Receiver

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  1. Oklahoma State Sophomore Wide Receiver Tylan Wallace (6-0, 185, 4.46, 36, 4.2) From Fort Worth, South Hills HS, Texas had an Unbelievably Incredible Game Against The Texas Longhorns as he Caught an Amazing 19 Passes for 222-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in a Huge Oklahoma State Cowboys Victory over The Texas Longhorns“He is a special player,” Oklahoma State Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurcich said of Wallace. “He’s got a knack for timing his jump up so he plays a lot taller than what he is, especially on vertical throws. The bigger the game, it seems the bigger he is going to play. He is just the guy that is very dependable.”
  2. Cincinnati Senior Wide Receiver Kahlil Lewis (6-0, 195, 4.37) had an Outstanding Game Against The SMU Mustangs as he Caught 12 Passes for 174-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Cincy Bearcats 26-20 OVERTIME Victory over The SMU Mustangs.
  3. Iowa State Junior Wide Receiver Hakeem Butler (6-6, 225, 4.5) had an Outstanding Game Against The Texas Tech Red Raiders as he Caught 4 Passes for 148-Yards, including a Beautiful “Over-The-Shoulder” Game-Winning 48-Yard Touchdown Catch with only 2:14 Minutes Left in The Game To-Give The Iowa State Cyclones a Huge 40-31 Victory over The Red Raiders in a Key Big-12 GameTexas Tech Freshman Super-Star Quarterback Alex Bowman was forced into a Safety with 4:39 left, but about Two Minutes Later The Huge and Athletic Butler Caught a 48-Yard Touchdown Catch from Super-Star Freshman Quarterback Brock Purdy as The Iowa State Cyclones Rallied and Beat The Red Raiders 40-31.

Super All-Purpose Wide Receiver

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  1. Kentucky Sophomore All-Purpose Receiver Lynn Bowden Jr (6-1, 195, 4.4, 36, 4.14) had an Incredible Game in The Kentucky Wildcats 15-14 Victory over The Missouri Tigers in a Huge SEC Game for The Wildcats. In this Game, Bowden (#1) Caught 13 Passes for 166-Yards, including a Beautiful 45-Yard Touchdown. Bowden also Returned a Punt 67-Yards for another Touchdown with 5:18 Left in The Game to give The Wildcats The Victory. With his 166-Yards Receiving Yards and a 67-Yard Punt Return, Bowden Finished The Game with an Incredible 233-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. Bowden has also been Named to The Paul Hornung Award List as The Most Versatile Player in The Country.

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  1. Boise State Junior All-Purpose Receiver John Hightower (6-2, 183, 4.42) had another Fabulous Game Against The Air Force Falcons as he Caught 8 Passes for 182-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Returned 2 Kickoffs for Another 41-Yards, giving him 223-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Boise State Broncos 48-38 Victory over The Air Force Falcons in a Key Mountain West Conference Game. Hightower (#3) Caught a 44-Yard Touchdown in The Early-Going in The First Quarter To-Give The Broncos an Early 7-0 Lead and then another Touchdown on an 18-Yard Run To-Close The First Quarter with a 14-7 Lead. Then, Late in The Fourth Quarter, With a 41-38 Close Broncos Lead, Hightower Caught an Unbelievable Pass and Raced 61-Yards for a Touchdown To-Give The Broncos their 48-38 Victory.
  2. Clemson Sophomore All-Purpose Receiver Amari Rodgers (5-9, 210, 4.46, 36, 4.26) had a Sensational Game Against The Florida State Seminoles as he Caught 6 Passes for 156-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, including Touchdown Catches of 58 and 68-yards in The Third Quarter and Rodgers also Returned 3 Punts for another 62-Yards, giving him an Impressive 218-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Clemson Tigers 59-10 Victory over The Seminoles.
  3. Syracuse Junior All-Purpose Receiver Sean Riley (5-8, 170, 4.42) had an Outstanding Game Against North Carolina State as he Caught 10 Passes for 164-Yards, Returned 2 Kickoffs for another 34-Yards, and Returned a Punt for Still Another 15-Yards, giving him an Incredible 213-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Syracuse Orangemen 51-41 Victory over The NC State Wolfpack.
  4. Penn State Freshman All-Purpose Receiver K.J. Hamler (5-9, 173, 4.4) was Really Outstanding in The Nittany Lions 30-24 Victory over The Iowa Hawkeyes. In this Game, Hamler Caught 5 Passes for 96-Yards, Returned 2 Kickoffs for 82-Yards, and Returned 3 Punts for 10-Yards, giving him an Impressive 188-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Victory.
  5. Oklahoma Sophomore All-Purpose Receiver Ceedee Lamb (6-2, 189, 4.35, 38, 4.12) Had an Outstanding Game Against The Kansas State Wildcats as he Caught 4 Passes for 160-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, including an Incredible 82-Yard Touchdown Catch and he also had 2 Punt Returns for 10-Yards, giving him an Impressive 170-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Oklahoma Sooners 51-14 Victory over The Kansas State Wildcats in a Key Big-12 Conference Game.

Super Tight End
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  1. Vanderbilt Red-Shirt Super Sophomore Tight End Jared Pinkney (6-4, 255, 4.64, 32) had an Incredible Game in The Commodores Unbelievable UPSET over The Arkansas Razorbacks as Super-Star Vanderbilt Quarterback Kyle Shurmur Hit Super Athletic Tight End Pickney (#80) with 5 Passes for 92-Yards and 2 Touchdown Passes. Pickney Caught his First Touchdown Pass on a 1-Yard Pass in The Second Quarter and Gave The Commodores an Early 14-7 Lead. Then, also late in The Second quarter, Pickney Caught another Pass and Raced 40-Yards for his Second Touchdown Pass and it gave The Commodores another 21-14 Lead. While Most of The Other Tight Ends in The SEC have lost favor with their SEC Passing Attacks, The Commodores have Emphasized The Tight End Position and Pinkney is in The Perfect Offense To-Take Full Advantage To Catch Passes and The Athletic Pickney has Taken Full Advantage and The NFL is Fully Aware of his Unique and Unbelievable Abilities.

DEFENSE

Defensive Linemen

  1. Penn State Sophomore Strongside Defensive End Yetur Gross-Matos (6-5, 265, 4.57, 32, 4.32) had Another Outstanding Game Against The Iowa Hawkeyes with his Second Straight 2 Quarterback Sack Game, as he Recorded 9 Tackles, including 7 Solo Tackles with his 2 Quarterback Sacks and 4 Tackles for a Loss, in The Nittany Lions 30-24 Victory over The Iowa Hawkeyes in a Key Big-10 Conference Game.
  2. Kentucky Senior Rush End Josh Allen (6-5, 260, 4,6) had another Incredible Game in a Key SEC Game Against The Missouri Tigers as he Recorded a Team-High 11 Tackles, including 9 Solo Tackles and 2 Quarterback Sacks in The Incredible Kentucky Wildcats 15-14 Victory over The Missouri Tigers in a Huge SEC Game for The Wildcats.

Super Linebacker

  1. Akron Junior Outside Linebacker John Lako (6-1, 230, 4.6, 33, 4.36) had an Incredible Game Against The Central Michigan Chippewas as he Recorded a Career-High 23 Tackles, including 9 Solo Tackles, 2 Tackles for a Loss, 1 Recovered Fumble, 2 Pass Breakups, and 2 Quarterback Hurries in The Akron Zips 17-10 Victory over The Central Michigan Chippewas. In this Huge Mid-American Conference Game, Lako was “All-Over-The-Field” as he Recorded the 23 Tackles. He Recovered his Fumble, Late in The First Quarter and The Zips Turned It Into a Field Goal, giving The Zips a 10-0 Lead. Lako also had One of his Tackles for a Loss in The Fourth QuarterThe Chippewas Reached The Zips 6-Yard Line after driving 72-Yards, but on a Fourth and One, Lako Saved The Game, as he Tackled Kumehnnu Gwillv (6-2, 246, 4.56, 36) with 3:27 left in The Game.

Linebackers

  1. Iowa State Junior Linebacker Marcel Spears Jr (6-1, 215, 4.53, 36, 4.17) had an Outstanding Game Against The Texas Tech Red Raiders as he Recorded 4 Tackles, including 1 Solo Tackle and 2 Interceptions, including a 41-Yard Interception Return for a Touchdown in The Third Quarter, giving The Cyclones a 24-17 Lead in The Iowa State Cyclones 40-31 UPSET Victory over The Red Raiders in The Key Big-12 Game.
  2. California Junior Inside Linebacker Evan Weaver (6-3, 235, 4.62, 33, 4.36) had an Exceptional Game Against The Washington Huskies as he Recorded a Team-High 11 Tackles, including 8 Solo Tackles, 1 Pass Breakup, 1 Quarterback Hurry, and at The End of The Third Quarter, he Returned an Interception 37-Yards for a Touchdown, giving The Golden Bears Their ONLY Touchdown in The Game, in The Golden Bears 12-10 Victory over The #12 Washington Huskies in a Key PAC-12 Conference Game. The Weaver Interception was The Biggest Highlight of The Afternoon and The California Defense came up Huge and it Offset a slow day from The Cal OffenseIn this Game, Weaver Extended his Arm With The Football into The End-Zone Pylon and did Something That The California Offense Could Not Do and What That The #15 Washington Huskies Could Only Do but Once; and that was To-Score a Touchdown in This Conference USA Game. “I just didn’t want to fall down,” Weaver said. “Maybe two or three more yards and I would have ran out of steam. They didn’t get me this time.”
  3. Charlotte Senior Outside Linebacker Juwan Foggie (6-1, 234, 4.62) had an Outstanding Game Against The Southern Miss Golden Eagles as he Recorded 6 Tackles, including 2 Solo Tackles, 1 Tackle for a Loss, 2 Interceptions for 88-Yards, including an Interception in The First Quarter that Foggie Returned 79-Yards for a Touchdown and giving The Charlotte 49ers a 14-0 LeadFoggie cut in front of Southern Miss Quarterback Jordan Mitchell on a Quick Slant Pass Route and then Raced, Untouched into the End Zone, for his Fifth Interception of the Season and Second “Pick-6” of The Season. Foggie later Recorded his Second Interception and now has a School-Record Six this season. The Charlotte 49ers built a 14-0 lead in The First Quarter as Kicker Jonathan Cruz kicked Two Field Goals of 40 and 39-Yards, the last with 4:19 Left to play that gave The 49ers a 20-10 lead and then the 20-17 Victory.

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  1. Middle Tennessee Sophomore Free Safety Reed Blankenship (6-2, 185, 4.42, 38, 3.92) had an Incredible Game Against The Western Kentucky as he Recorded an Unbelievable Game-High 17 Tackles, including 9 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack, and then, at The End of The Third Quarter, he Intercepted a Pass in The End-Zone and Raced 100-Yards for a Touchdown, giving The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders a 31-10 Lead.
  1. Utah State Sophomore Free Safety Shaquez Bond (5-10, 185) had an Incredible Game Against The New Mexico Lobos as he Recorded 3 Solo Tackles, 2 Pass Breakups, and he Returned a 100-Yard Interception for a Touchdown in The Aggies 61-19 Victory The Lobos. The Bond Interception was The Unbelievable Turning-Point in The Game for The Aggies. They were Holding-On to a 7-3 Lead with New Mexico Knocking On The Door. It was on Second Down at The Aggies Seven-Yard Line and Bond Jumped In-Front of a Lobo Pass, by Quarterback Sheriron Jones in The Flat on The Goal-Line. Bond then made Two Lobo Defenders Miss-Him at Midfield and Zigged and Zagged The Entire Field into The End-Zone.
  2. California Sophomore Cornerback Camryn Bynum (6-0, 180, 4.42, 40, 4.21) had an Outstanding game in The California Golden Bears 12-10 UPSET Victory over The #12 Ranked Washington Huskies as he Recorded 5 Tackles, including 3 Solo Tackles, 1/2 Quarterback Sack, 1 Interception, and 2 Pass Breakups. The Golden Bears (5-3, 2/3) had only 245-Yards of Offense and were Limited to Two Field Goals, but Defensive Super-Stars, Evan Weaver and Camryn Bynum, Bailed-Out The Cal Offense.
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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #8! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #8!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

All MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

OFFENSE

Passing Quarterback

Image result for Alan Bowman Photos1. Texas Tech True Freshman Quarterback Alan Bowman (6-3, 210) From Grapevine, Texas had an Incredible Game on Saturday Against The Kansas Jayhawks as he Completed 36 of 46 Passes for 408-Yards, 3 Touchdowns, and Showed Great Accuracy on Both Short and Deep Passes in The 48-16 Red Raiders Victory over The Kansas Jayhawks. Bowman (#10) had this Incredible Game while playing for the first time since Suffering a Partially Collapsed Lung three weeks ago. The True Freshman was the Leading Passer in The Country when he Got-Crushed between Two West Virginia Defenders in The Red Raiders Last Home Game on September 29, 2018 and was then Released from the Hospital Four days later. “It’s been awhile. We just wanted to make sure that his Practice went well,” Said Red Raiders Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury. “We just wanted to make sure that he held up and felt good and his breathing was fine.” The Red Raiders (5-2, 3-1 Big 12)  had 553-Yards of Total Offense in This Game.

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  1. Missouri Senior Quarterback Drew Lock (6-4, 225, 4.82, 32, 4.35) had an Incredible Game Against The Memphis Tigers as he Completed an Amazing 23 of 29 Passes for 350-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and Rushed for Another 36-Yards, giving him 386-Yards of Total Offense in The Missouri Tigers 65-33 Victory. Lock (#3) Took Full-Advantage of his Super-Star Tight End Albert Okwuegbunam (6-5, 255, 4.56) as The Memphis Tigers Tried To-Cover him with One Defensive Player and Lock Hit-Him with Three Touchdown Passes. In 2017, Lock set The SEC Single Regular-Season Touchdown Passing Record with 43 Touchdown Passes. Lock also Led The Tigers to Six Straight Victories after a 1-5 Start. Lock Currently has Passed for 1,979-Yards and 16 Touchdowns in 7 Games.
  2. Alabama Sophomore Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (6-1, 218, 4.64, 33, 4.34) Completed 19 of 29 Passes for 306-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and Rushed for another 6-Yards, giving him 312-Yards and 4 Touchdowns in Leading The Crimson Tide to a 58-21 Victory over Tennessee and Remained Undefeated at 8-0. The Incredible Tagovailoa (#13) threw Touchdown Passes to 4 Different Receivers and they Scored Touchdowns on their First Four Possessions, and Tagovailoa then Retired Midway Through The Third Quarter.
  3. Purdue Senior Quarterback David Blough (6-1, 205, 4.68) From Carrollton, Creekview HS, Texas had an Unbelievably Impressive Game Against The #2 Ranked Ohio State Buckeyes as he Lead The Boilermakers to Their Biggest UPSET Victory Since Their Huge Victory Over The #2 Ranked Ohio State in a 28-23 Victory On October 6, 1984. In this Current Game Against The Buckeyes, Blough Completed 25 of 43 Passes for 378-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he Hit his Favorite Receiver, Rondale Moore, with an Incredible 12 Passes for 170-Yards and 2 TouchdownsThe Boilermakers Also Set a Purdue School Record for Points Scored against The Buckeyes as they Beat Their Previous Record of 41 Points in 1967. The Boilermakers (4-3, 3-1 Big Ten) Won their Fourth Straight Game Overall and Second in a Row over a Ranked Team and this Time, They pulled This UPSET Victory off of a Huge Mistake-Prone Ohio State (7-1, 4-1) that had Their 12-Game Winning-Streak Snapped, and fell out of The Big Ten East Lead behind rival Michigan. Blough Outplayed Heisman Trophy Candidate Dwayne Haskins in a Game that The Buckeyes did not Score a Touchdown until early in the Fourth Quarter.
  4. Washington State Graduate Senior Quarterback Gardner Minshew (6-2, 220, 4.92) had his Best Game of his Career, after arriving on The Cougars Campus as a Transfer, as he Lead The #25 Ranked Washington State Cougars to a HUGE 34-20 UPSET Victory over The#12 Ranked Oregon Ducks and Capped-Off one of The Biggest Days in Cougars Football History. In this Game, Minshew Completed 39 of 51 Passes for 323-Yards and 4 Touchdowns, including a Beautiful 22-Yard Touchdown Pass to Dezmon Patmon in The Back of The End-Zone with only 3:40 left in The Game. Minshew and The Cougars Took Control of The PAC-10 North Division with this Victory and they also Celebrated their Fourth Straight victory over The Ducks. “Minshew is a Very Inspired Player and I think he Inspires the rest of The Team,” said Washington State Head Football Coach and My Good Friend, Mike Leach on The Minshew Late Game-Winning Drive.
  5. Boise State Senior Quarterback Brett Rypien (6-2, 203, 4.76) had a Great Game as he Completed an Impressive 22 of 26 Passes for 308-Yards and 4 Touchdowns in The Boise State Broncos 56-28 Mountain West Victory over The Colorado State Rams. Last YearSuper-Star Quarterback Rypien and The Broncos had To-Rally from a 35-10 Deficit at Halftime Against The Rams and they Switched-The-Script this Season, as The Broncos Raced to a 35-7 Half-Time Lead this Year and they never looked back.

Athletic Quarterback

  1. Houston Junior Athletic Quarterback D’Eriq King (5-11, 195, 4.35) Had an Incredible Game Against The Navy Midshipmen as he Completed 25 of 38 Passes for 413-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Rushed 7 Times for another 56-Yards and another Touchdown, giving him 469-Yards of Total Offense and 4 Touchdowns in The Cougars 49-36 Comeback Victory over The Midshipmen. King (#4) now has 23 Touchdown Passes this Season and Four 300-Yard Games. There are not Too Many Teams that can keep up with King and The Mighty, Mighty Cougars Offense and he Rallied The Cougars from a 24-14 Second-Quarter Deficit with an Amazing 35 Straight Points. With King leading the way, Houston is Leading The American Athletic Conference, and they reached the 40-Point Scoring Mark for Their Seventh Straight Game, matching The Houston Cougars School Record Set in 2011. King also Recorded an Incredible 183.1 Quarterback Rating“It’s great to be a Cougar and see home-grown talent like D’Eriq King To Continue to make play after play,” Houston Head Coach Major Applewhite said. “We need to get more guys like him.”
  2. Nebraska Freshman Athletic Quarterback Adrian Martinez (6-2, 220) had an Amazing Game as he Completed 25 of 29 Passes for 276-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he also Rushed 15 Times for Another 125-Yards and Another Touchdown, giving him an Incredible 401-Yards of Total Offense and 4 Touchdowns and a Tremendous 200.3 Quarterback Rating as The Cornhuskers get their First Victory of The Season Against The Minnesota Golden Gophers.
  3. Air Force Junior Athletic Quarterback Isaiah Sanders (6-2, 210, 4.47) had an Unbelievable Game in The Air Force Falcons 41-35 Victory over The UNLV Rebels. In this Game, Sanders Only Completed 9 of 11 Passes for 217-Yards and a Touchdown, but he also Rushed 21 Times for Another 173-Yards and 3 More Touchdowns, giving him an Amazing 390-Yards of Total Offense and an Incredible 277.5 Quarterback Rating. The UNLV Rebels had a 21-20 Lead at Half-Time, but Sanders “Took-Over” and Led The Falcons with his Four Touchdowns and 390-Yards of The Final 572-Yards of Total Offense, as he Led The Falcons to 21 Straight Points in The Third Quarter and a 41-21 Lead and Eventually a 41-35 Victory that gave The Air Force Falcons Their Mountain West Conference Victory.
  4. Utah Junior Athletic Quarterback Tyler Huntley (6-1, 200) had an Incredible Game Against The Southern Cal Trojans as he Tied a Career-High Passing Yards as he Completed 22-29 Passes for 341-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 33-Yards and another Touchdown, giving him 374-Yards and 5 Touchdowns and an Incredible 220.2 Quarterback Rating in The Utes 41-28 Victory over The Trojans. Huntley threw a 46-Yard Touchdown Pass in the First Quarter on a Third-Down and 5-Yards To Go and it Led To an Unbelievable 34 Straight Unanswered Points. The Utes Recorded 541-Yards of Total Offense and Averaged 6.7-Yards Per Play. “We executed,” Huntley said. “That’s what happens when you execute.”
  5. Ohio Junior Athletic Quarterback Nathan Rourke (6-2, 208, 4.6) is a Fort Scott Community College Transfer and he had an Unbelievable Game in an Ohio Bobcats 49-14 Victory Over The Bowling Green Falcons. In this Game, Rourke Only Completed 8 of 12 Passes for 193-Yards, but 4 of his Completions were for Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 101-Yards and another Touchdown, giving him an Incredible 294-Yards of Total Offense and 5 Touchdowns and with a Mind-Boggling 311.8 Quarterback Rating.

Running Back

  1. South Florida Freshman Running Back Johnny Ford (5-5, 198, 4.45, 36.5, 4.36) Rushed for 164-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Returned 2 Kickoffs for Another 50-Yards, giving him 214-Yards and 3 Touchdowns as he Helped The #21 South Florida Remain Unbeaten with a 38-30 Victory over U-Conn. Ford Scored Touchdowns on runs of 15, 15, and 43-Yards and he also Set-Up a Second-Half Field Goal with a 78-Yard Spectacular Run that Helped The Bulls Improve Their American Athletic Conference Record to 7-0 and 3-0. The Bulls Were Tied 7-7 at Halftime, but they Pulled-Away in The Second Half for Their Victory and  match their best start in South Florida School History.
  2. Appalachian State Sophomore Running Back Darrynton Evans (5-11, 190, 4.36, 38, 4.09) Had an Outstanding Game as he Rushed for a Career-Best of 183-Yards and a Touchdown and Caught a Touchdown Pass of 20-Yards, giving him 203-Yards of Offense and 2 Touchdowns in Leading his Appalachian State Mountaineers to a 27-17 Victory over Louisiana-Lafayette and Keep a Perfect 3-0 Sun Belt Conference RecordThe Mountaineers will face Georgia Southern in a Sun Belt Conference showdown on Thursday.
  3. Nebraska Senior Running Back Devine Ozigbo (6-0, 235, 4.52) had an Exceptional Game Against The Minnesota Golden Gophers as he Rushed for 152-Yards and a Touchdown and he also Caught 3 Passes for Another 25-Yards, giving him 177-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The 53-28 Victory over The Golden Gophers.
  4. Oklahoma Freshman Running Back Kennedy Brooks (5-11, 205) Rushed for 168-Yards and a Touchdown and Caught 2 Passes for Another 8-Yards, giving him 176-Yards of Total Offense, including an early 21-Yard Touchdown Run on a Fourth-and-One Play, in The Sooners 52-27 Victory over The TCU Horned Frogs. Brooks and The Sooners Defense was Outstanding as The 9th Ranked Sooners Bounced-Back from their only loss.
  5. Kentucky Junior Running Back Benny Snell, Jr (5-11, 233, 4.4, 38, 4.1) Rushed for 169-Yards and 1 Touchdown in The #14 Ranked Kentucky Wildcats 14-7 Victory over Vanderbilt. The Wildcats eventually were Victorious behind the Great Combination of The Running of Snell and a Fierce Defense that would not Give-Up. Snell rushed For The Go-Ahead 7-Yard Touchdown Run with 8:04 remaining in The Game and helped The Wildcats pull away for The 14-7 Victory and became Bowl Eligible for The Third Straight Year.
  6. Wisconsin Sophomore Running Back Jonathan Taylor (5-11, 221, 4.42) Rushed for 159-Yards and Caught 1 Pass for 2-Yards, him 162-Yards and a Touchdown in The Wisconsin Badgers 49-20 Victory over Illinois.

Super All-Purpose Back

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  1. Purdue Freshman All-Purpose Back Rondale Moore (5-9, 175, 4.33, 42.5, 4.01) was Incredible in The Biggest UPSET of The Season, so far, in The Purdue Boilermakers 49-20 UPSET Victory over The Unbelievable Rout of The #2 Ranked Ohio State Buckeyes and Threw The College Football Playoffs into Chaos. In this Incredible Game, Moore (#4) Caught 12 Passes for 170; Rushed for 24-Yards; Returned 3 Kickoffs for 49-Yards; and Returned a Punt for another 9-Yard; giving him an Amazing and Incredible 252-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage in The Huge Victory over The Buckeyes. In his First College Game for Purdue, Against Northwestern on August 30, 2018, Moore Broke The Purdue School Record for All-Purpose Yards in a Single Game with a Mind-Boggling 313-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. “Rondale Moore is The Freshman of The Year in College Football,” said Chris Fowler, The ABC Play-by-Play AnnouncerFowler was referring to The Sensational Purdue All-Purpose Back, Rondale Moore, former Louisville Trinity High School Super-Star.

Wide Receiver
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  1. Syracuse Senior Wide Receiver Jamal Custis (6-4, 215, 4.37, 40, 4.07) had an Incredibly Fabulous Game in The Double Overtime Against The North Carolina Tar Heels as he Caught 7 Passes for 162-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Syracuse Orangemen 40-37 Double Overtime Victory over The Tar Heels in a Key Atlantic Coast Conference Game. In this Game, Custis Averaged 23.1-Yards Per Catch, including Catches of 50 and 68-Yards.  His 68-Yard Catch was a Beautiful Touchdown Catch at The Start of The Third Quarter and it Set-Up The Syracuse Second Touchdown. Custis also made an Incredible 23-Yard Touchdown Catch in The First Overtime that gave The Orange a Temporary Lead of 34-27 before The Second Overtime. Custis is an Unbelievable Athletic-Freak that Considered Walking-On to The Syracuse Basketball Team, after Having Dual Football and Basketball Scholarship offer From The SMU Mustangs.Image result for Stanley Morgan Jr Photos1. Nebraska Senior Wide Receiver Stanley Morgan (6-1, 200) From New Orleans, St Augustine HS, Louisiana had an Incredible Game in The Cornhuskers First Victory of The Season Against The Minnesota Golden Gophers. In this Game, Morgan Caught 10 Passes for 163-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, including a Beautiful 67-Yard Touchdown Catch from Quarterback Adrian Martinez in The Fourth Quarter, giving The Cornhuskers a 46-22 Lead before The Final Tick of The Clock with a 53-28 Big 10 Victory over The GophersMorgan was on The Fred Biletnikoff Award Midseason Watch List last Season, as he enjoyed a Record-Breaking Season in 2017, setting Career Bests with 61 Pass Catches, 986-Yards Receiving and 10 Touchdowns. His 986-Yards Broke The Nebraska School Record held by 1972 Heisman Trophy Winner Johnny Rodgers, while his five 100-Yard Games was also a Husker School History.

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  1. Texas Tech Junior Wide Receiver Antoine Wesley (6-5, 200, 4.44) Caught 9 Passes from Super-Star Quarterback Alan Bowman for 155-Yards and an Incredible Touchdown CatchWesley (#4) Entered this Game as The third Leading Receiver in The Nation with a  117-Yards Per Game Average. Along with his 9 Catches in this Game, he had had an Incredible One-Handed Catch for a 6-Yard TouchdownRarely does a Quarterback have The Rare Opportunity to Pass to Two Huge Wide Receivers, but Bowman has Wesley (6-5, 200, 4.44) and T.J. Vasher (6-6, 190) in his Receiving Core and these Two Receivers are also Unbelievably Dominant and Aggressive when the ball was in the air. Rather than To-Wait for the ball to come to them, these two Wide Receivers Attacked the ball and Never allowing The Great Kansas Defensive Backs to Defend Them. Vasher Caught 5 Passes for 79-Yards, including a 13-Yard Touchdown Pass in The Second Quarter and Gave The Red Raiders a 17-3 Lead; while Wesley Caught his Incredible One-Handed 6-Yard Touchdown Catch in The Fourth Quarter, giving them a 34-9 Lead and Finished with Their 48-16 Red Raiders Victory over The Kansas Jayhawks.

Tight End

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  1. Missouri Sophomore Tight End Albert Okwuegbunam (6-5, 255, 4.56) was Unbelievable as he Caught an Incredible 6 Passes for 159 Yards, 3 Touchdowns, and another Unbelievable 26.5-Yards Per Catch in The Missouri Tigers 65-33 Victory over The Memphis Tigers.  Okwuegbunam (#81) took a Remarkable Advantage of a One-On-One Coverage Situation on Multiple Occasions During The Game and Super-Star Quarterback Drew Lock took Full-Advantage of The Opportunity in The Victory.

DEFENSE

Super Linebackers

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  1. Houston Senior Linebacker Austin Robinson (6-3, 240, 4.46, 36, 4.2) had an Absolutely Fabulous Game Against The Navy Midshipmen as he Recorded an Incredible 21 Tackles, including 11 Solo Tackles, 2 Quarterback Sacks and 4.5 Tackles for a Loss in The 49-36 Houston Cougars Victory over The Midshipmen. The 21 Tackles of Robinson (#22)  was the Second-Most Tackles in The American Athletic Conference History, as The Houston Cougars Remained in First Place in The West Division with Their 49-36 Victory. The 21 Tackles are also The Eighth-Most in a Single-Game in Houston Cougars School History. On Sunday, Robinson was named as The National Defensive Player of the Week by the Walter Camp Football Foundation. Robinson shared The Walter Camp Award with Central Florida Nate Evans, who had 10 tackles and a 94-Yard Fumble Return for a Touchdown against East Carolina. On Monday, Robinson was Selected as The AAC Co-Defensive Player of the Week and Then on  Tuesday, he was named as The Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week by Football Writers Association of America.

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  1. Oklahoma Sophomore Linebacker Kenneth Murray (6-2, 238, 4.66, 36, 4.34) from One of my Old Towns, Missouri City, Elkins HS, Texas, Recorded a Game-High 11 Tackles, including 8 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack, 2.5 Tackles for a Loss, 1 Pass Breakup, and 1 Quarterback Hurry. Murray (#9) and The Sooners Defense did their part as well as The 9th Ranked Oklahoma Sooners Bounced-Back from its only loss, last week, in The Oklahoma Sooners 52-27 Victory over The TCU Horned Frogs.Image result for Josh Allen Kentucky Photos
  2.  Kentucky Senior Edge Rush-End-Linebacker Josh Allen (6-6, 260, 4.6) had an Outstanding Game Against The Vanderbilt Commodores as Allen (#41) he Recorded 8 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles, 2 Quarterback Sacks, 1 Forced Fumble, 2 Quarterback Hurries, and 2 Pass Breakups in The Kentucky Wildcats 14-7 Victory over The Commodores as The Wildcats  Became Bowl Eligible with a 6-1 Record and Outstanding 4-1 SEC Record.
  3. Purdue Junior Linebacker Markus Bailey (6-1, 240, 4.62, 33.5, 4.28) From Columbus, Ohio, had an Outstanding Game in The Purdue Boilermakers Incredible 49-20 Victory over The #2 Ranked Ohio State Buckeyes, From Columbus, Ohio. In this Game, Bailey Recorded a Game-High 15 Tackles, including 8 Solo Tackles and a “Game-Clinching” Interception, Late in The Fourth Quarter, that he Returned 41-Yards for a Touchdown. How Ironic was it That The Buckeyes did not have a Scholarship for Bailey in 2015. With This Final Score and The Bailey Interception, Purdue  Recorded The Largest Scoring Total in Boilermaker History Against The Buckeyes and with his 15 Tackles, Bailey became The First Purdue Player to Record 15 Tackles in a Game Since Anthony Spencer in 2006.
  4. Central Florida Junior Linebacker Nate Evans (6-1, 241, 4.52) Recorded a Tremendous 10 Tackles, including 3 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack, 1 Pass Breakup, and Forced a Fumble, Picked it up, and Raced an Incredible 94-Yards for a Touchdown, for a momentum-changing touchdown with 10:07 left in The Game, as The Central Florida Knights Remained Undefeated with a 7-0 Record and a 37-10 Victory over The East Carolina Pirates. The Victory was also The Central Florida #20 Straight Victory. On Sunday, Evans was Named as The National Co-Defensive Player of the Week by the Walter Camp Football Foundation. Evans shared The Walter Camp Award with Austin Robinson of The Houston Cougars.
  5. Virginia Senior Linebacker Chris Pence (6-2, 250, 4.71) had an Outstanding Game Against The Duke Blue Devils as he Recorded 7 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles, 2.5 Quarterback Sacks, and 1 Quarterback Hurry, in The Virginia Cavaliers Victory over The Blue DevilsTrailing 20-14 midway through the Fourth Quarter, Duke had the ball at its own 23 and The Cavaliers Tackled Duke Quarterback Danny Jones for a loss on Three Consecutive Plays, and 1.5 of The Losses were Quarterback Sacks by Pence.
  6. Washington Senior Linebacker Ben Burr-Kirven (6-0, 221, 4.52, 32) had an Outstanding Game Against The Colorado Buffaloes as he Recorded a Game-High 15 Tackles, including 8 Solo Tackles, 1 Interception for 20-Yards, and 2 Pass Breakups in The Washington Huskies 27-13 Victory over The Buffaloes.
  7. Marshall Senior Linebacker Artis  Johnson (6-1, 222) had a Great Game Against Florida Atlantic as he Recorded 10 Tackles, including a 48-Yard Interception Return, and 3 Quarterback Hurries in The Marshall Herd 31-7 Victory over The Florida Atlantic Owls.
  8. Michigan Junior Linebacker Josh Uche (6-3, 238) had an Outstanding Game Against The Michigan State Spartans. Although Uche Only Recorded 2 Tackles, but they both were for Quarterback Sacks in The Michigan Wolverines 21-7 Victory over The SpartansThe Wolverines Almost Completely Shut-Down The Michigan State Offense and The Michigan Defense only allowed 94-Yards of Total Offense in the game and held The Spartans to an Unbelievable 1.8-Yards per play.

Super Defensive Ends

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  1. Penn State Red-Shirt Sophomore Edge Rush Defensive End Shaka Toney (6-3, 241, 4.62) had an Absolutely Incredible Game in Leading The Nittany Lions to a 33-28 Victory over The Indiana Hoosiers as he Recorded 6 Tackles, including 4 Solo Tackles, but all 6 of his Solo Tackles were for Quarterback Sacks and he also had 2 Forced Fumbles. The Nittany Lions had a Lead in The Fourth Quarter, but it was Very Shaky until Toney (#18) Started Doing Everything in His Power To Make-Certain that The Nittany Lions Would Win as he Ended-Up having one of The Best Games in Penn State School History and all of his Heroics Basically Came in The Closing Minutes of The Game. In those Closing Minutes, Toney Recorded 4 Quarterback Sacks and 2 Forced Fumbles, as he Helped to Completely Shut-Down The Hoosiers Offense and Get Their  Fifth Victory of the Season and Snap a Two-Game Losing Streak. Before Toney Started on his Four Quarterback Sack Streak, in The Closing Minutes, Sophomore Teammate and Strong Side Defensive End Yetur Gross-Matos (#99) was The Nittany Lions Defensive Star of The Game, but The Four Quarterback Sacks, of Toney, tied a Penn State Single-Game School Record, as Shaka Toney joined Terry Killens, Jimmy Kennedy, and Tamba Haliin The Penn State Record BookToney Put-On The Final Touches With His Final Quarterback Sack and Forced The Hoosiers To-Take Their Final Timeout with 37 Seconds Left in The Game, as The Hoosiers were hoping To Score and escape with a Final Seconds Victory. Wow!
  1. Penn State Sophomore Strong Side Defensive End Yetur Gross-Matos (6-5, 265, 4.57, 32, 4.32) Had an Outstanding Game in The Nittany Lions 33-28 Comeback Victory over The Indiana Hoosiers, as he Recorded a Team-High 10 Tackles, including 6 Solo Tackles, 2 Quarterback Sacks, and 2 Quarterback Hurries. Yetur Gross-Matos (#99) was Actually The Nittany Lions Defensive Star of The Game for about 95% of The Game and he had Actually Already Received Several Defensive Game MVP Awards for his Quarterback Sacks,  Quarterback Hurries, and other Great Defensive Plays, but that was before Fellow Defensive End and Teammate Edge Rush Defensive End Shaka Toney (6-3, 241, 4.62) Started Making his Quarterback Sacks and Forcing Fumbles in The Closing Minutes of The Game and Thus Finished The Game with his Incredible Four Quarterback Sacks That tied a Penn State Single-Game School Record, and Ending With his Absolutely Incredible Stats.Image result for Curtis Weaver Football Pics
  2. Boise State Sophomore Edge Rush Defensive End Hybrid Curtis Weaver (6-3, 266, 4.66) Was an Incredible Freshman All-American in 2017 when he Recorded 11 Quarterback Sacks. In this Game Against The Colorado State Rams, Weaver (#99) was Pretty Much Unblockable as he Recorded 5 Tackles, but 2 of them were Solo Tackles, 2 Quarterback Hurries, and he also had 2.5 Sacks and Helped Lead The Boise State Broncos to a 56-28 Mountain West Victory over The Colorado State Rams.
  3. Arkansas Junior Strongside Defensive End McTelvin Agim (6-3, 279, 4.82, 28, 4.53) had a Tremendous Game Against The Tulsa Hurricanes as he Recorded 7 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles, 2 Quarterback Sacks, and 2 Quarterback Hurries, in The Arkansas Razorbacks 23-0 Victory over The Hurricanes. Agim is one of The Razorbacks “Most Talented” Players.
  4. Louisiana Tech Senior Edge Rush Defensive End Jaylon Ferguson (6-4, 262, 4.72) had an Outstanding Game as he Recorded 6 Tackles, including 4 Solo Tackles, 3.5 Quarterback Sacks, and a Quarterback Hurry in The Louisiana Tech 31-21 Victory over UTEP.
  5. Liberty Junior Edge Rush Defensive End Jessie Lemonier (6-3, 240, 4.66) had an Incredible Game Against The Idaho State Bengals as he Recorded 9 Tackles, including 6 Sole Tackles, 5 Tackles for a 25-Yard Loss, 3 Quarterback Sacks for a 16-Yard Loss, and 2 Quarterback Hurries in a Liberty Flames 48-41 Victory over The Idaho State Bengals.

Defensive Tackle

  1. UAB Junior Defensive Tackle Garrett Marino (6-2, 290) had an Outstanding Game Against The North Texas Mean Green, One of my Old Teams as Recruiting Coordinator in 1972-73, before The Dallas Cowboys in 1975-76, In this Great Game by Marino, he Recorded 4 Solo Tackles, including 2 Quarterback Sacks, 3 Tackles for a Loss, a Safety, and 2 Quarterback Hurries, in The UAB Blazers 29-21 Victory over The Mean GreenUAB trailed 21-10 at Halftime, but Midway through the Third Quarter, Marino Sacked North Texas Quarterback Mason Fine in The End-Zone for a Blazers Quarterback Safety. Then, After the Kickoff, Blazers Quarterback A.J. Erdely took The Team 63-Yards in eight plays to make it 21-19 with 4:29 Left in The Third Quarter and then Picked-Up The 29-21 Mean Green Victory and Took-Over Control of The Conference USA West DivisionThe Blazers scored the final 19 points of the game, holding The Mean Green scoreless in the Second Half.

Defensive Back

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  1. LSU Sophomore Free Safety Grant Delpit (6-3, 203, 4.52, 36, 4.04) had an Incredible Game in The 19-3 LSU Victory over The Mississippi State Bulldogs as he Recorded a Team-High 10 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack, 2 Interceptions, and 2 Pass Breakups. Delpit (#9) and Junior Rush End Michael Divinity (#45) were All over The Field and They came through with Numerous Drive-Stalling Plays. Delpit had 2 Pass Interceptions and a Fourth-Down Quarterback Sack; while Divinity (6-2, 238, 4.52, 36, 4.47) Set-Up The LSU Only Touchdown in The First Quarter with his 31-Yard Interception Return. The Two Delpit Catches from Mississippi State Quarterback Nick Fitzgerald were more Catches than any other receiver on The Bulldog Team. “Grant Delpit made a difference in the ball game when we needed him and it looks like it comes easy to him,” LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron said. “He’s a great football player.”
  2. Boise State Sophomore Cornerback Avery Williams (5-9, 197) had an Outstanding Game Against The Colorado State Rams, in a Key Mountain West Conference Game as he Recorded 5 Tackles, including 3 Solo Tackles, Returned One Interception for 24-Yards and a Touchdown, and Returned a Kickoff 44-Yards in The Boise State Broncos 56-28 Victory over The Colorado State Rams.
  3. Boise State Sophomore Nickel Back Kekaula Kanho (5-10, 183, 4.42) From Kahuku, Hawaii had an Outstanding Game Against The Colorado State Rams as he recorded 4 Tackles, including 1 Solo Tackle, 1 Interception for 6-Yards, and he had a Punt Return For 74-Yards and a Touchdown, in Helping Lead The Boise State Broncos to a 56-28 Victory over The Colorado State Rams. As a True-Freshman, Kaniho Recorded 2 Defensive Touchdowns and played in all 14 Games. Kaniho plays The Nickel Back for Boise State, but he has “The Great Versatility” to move all around on The Broncos Defense.

SPECIAL TEAMS

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  1. LSU Senior Transfer Kicker Cole Tracy was Fabulous Again for The Eighth Week as he Continued to move up In The LSU School Record Book, and Becoming The First LSU Tiger to kick an Incredible Nine Field Goals in a Two-Game Span. Tracy (#36) made all four of his attempts, Against The Mississippi State Bulldogs with Kicks of 25, 38, 29 and 40 Yards and he now had 21 Field Goals in 2018. His 21 field goals this season has already Tied for Third All-Time in LSU History with Drew Alleman in 2012 with at least five games to play.
  2. Utah State Special Teams Sophomore Kick Returner Savon Scarver (5-11, 185) had a Fabulous Game Against The Wyoming Cowboys as he Returned 3 Kickoffs for 157-Yards, including a 99-Yard Kickoff Return, Late in the Third Quarter, and Give The Utah State Aggies (6-1, 3-0) a 24-6 Lead, on their way to a 24-16 Mountain West Conference Victory. This Fabulous Kick Return was The Third Career Scoring Return for Scarver.
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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #7! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #7!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

All MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

OFFENSE

Passing Quarterback

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  1. Iowa Junior Quarterback Nate Stanley (6-4, 242) had an Incredible Game as he Completed 21 of 33 Passes for 320-Yards and an Amazing and Incredible 6 touchdowns in The Hawkeyes 42-16 Victory over Indiana and With a 199.0 Quarterback Rating. Stanley was Unbelievable with his 6 Touchdown Passes as he Tied The Iowa School Record for The Second-Most Touchdown Passes in a Single Game in School History with Six Touchdown Passes. Stanley Connected with Nine different Wide Receivers in this game and he was only sacked one time. The Hawkeyes also Recorded 479-Yards of Total Offense and this Game became The Fourth Straight Game with over 400-Yards of Total Offense for The Hawkeves.
  2. Ohio State Sophomore Quarterback Dwayne Haskins (6-3, 220, 4.6) had Another Fabulous Game as he Completed 33 of 44 Passes for 412-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Rushed for Another Touchdown, giving him 418-Yards of Offense and 4 Touchdowns in The Buckeyes 30-14 Victory over Minnesota and with a 176.2 Quarterback Rating.
  3. Texas A&M Sophomore Quarterback Kellen Mond (6-2, 210) Completed 25 of 37 Passes for 357-Yards and a Touchdown and Rushed for another 25-Yards another Touchdown, giving him 382-Yards and a Touchdown in The 26-23 Texas Aggie SEC Victory over The South Carolina Gamecocks.
  4. Utah State Sophomore Quarterback Jordan Love (6-4, 225, 4.8, 30) Completed 17 of 23 Passes for 322-Yards and 5 Touchdowns and Rushed for Another 39-Yards, giving him 377-Yards of Total Offense and 5 Touchdowns in The Aggies 59-28 Mountain West Conference Victory over UNLV. The 5 Touchdown Passes Tied a Utah State School Record and Love is The First Aggie Quarterback Since Chuckie Keeton did it in The Game against Weber State in 2013. His Touchdown Passes were 80, 29, 26, 24, and 7-Yards and The 80-Yard Touchdown Pass was a Career-Best for Love, who also had a Fabulous 263.3 Quarterback Rating in this Game. This Game was not even Close. Love could have had an even Bigger Game, but it was 42-7 at Half-Time.

Athletic Quarterback

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  1. Ole Miss Senior Athletic Quarterback Jordan Ta’amu (6-2, 210, 4.66) From Pearl City, Hawaii had an Incredible Game in Leading The Rebels to a 37-33 Comeback Victory over The Arkansas Razorbacks. In this Game, Ta’amu (#10) Completed 26 of 35 Passes for 387-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for Another 141-Yards and Another Touchdown, giving him an Incredible 528-Yards in The SEC Victory. JUCO Transfer Ta’amu had only Started 12 Games for The Rebels, but he has helped Lead One of the Top Offenses in the Country during those 12 Games. In the Comeback Victory, Ta’amu Led The Rebels on a Game-Winning 97-Yard Touchdown Drive in the closing minutes that helped The Rebels overcome a 17-Point Deficit and The Victory.
  2. Southern University Junior Athletic Quarterback Ladarius Skelton (6-2, 210, 4.56, 38, 4.29) had an Incredible Game in The Jaguars 38-0 Victory over Prairie View. In this Incredible Effort by Skelton, he Completed 15 of 26 Passes for 168-Yards and a Touchdown and ran for another Incredible 202-Yards and 3 More Touchdowns, giving him 370-Yards of Total Offense in The Southern Jaguars Victory.
  3. Northern Illinois Sophomore Athletic Quarterback Marcus Childers (6-0, 222, 4.52) had a Great Game in a 24-21 Victory over Ohio as he Completed 17 of 33 Passes for 145-Yards and he also Rushed for Another 169-Yards and a Touchdown, giving him 314-Yards of Total Offense. Childers Averaged a Great 7.3-Yard Per Rush and drove The Huskies 77-Yards in 12 plays to cut the Lead to 21-16 on a 10-Yard Quarterback Draw with 4:16 left in The Game. He then Moved The Huskies 53-Yards in Six Plays to take the lead at 24-21 with 4:51 left and Win The Game.
  4. Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns Senior Quarterback Andre Nunez (6-3, 205, 4.62) Completed 19 of 25 Passes for 315-Yards and an Incredible 5 Touchdowns and Rushed for Another 8-Yards, giving him 323-Yards and 5 Touchdowns in The 66-38 Sun Belt Conference Victory for ULL over New Mexico State. With his 5 Touchdown Passes, Nunez Tied The ULL School Record of 5 Touchdowns Set by Jake Delhomme in 1966. Nunez also Guided The Ragin’ Cajuns to Another School Record with an Amazing 759-Yards of Total Offense and it was The Third Highest Offensive Total by a FBS Team in The Country This Season.

RUNNING BACK

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  1. Kansas State Junior Running Back Alex Barnes (6-1, 227, 4.5) had an Incredible Game Against The Oklahoma State Cowboys as he Rushed for 181-Yards and Scored 4 Touchdowns and Barnes (#34) also Caught 3 Passes for another 51-Yards, giving him 232-Yards and 4 Touchdowns in a Huge Kansas State Wildcats 31-12 Big-12 Victory over The Cowboys.
  2. Florida Junior Running Back Lamical Perine (5-11, 228, 4.48) Had an Outstanding Game in The Florida Gators 37-27 victory over Vanderbilt as he rushed for 121-Yards and a Touchdown and he also Caught 4 Passes for Another 93-Yards, including a 63-Yard Touchdown catch, giving him 214-Yards of Total Offense in The Gators Victory.
  3. Iowa State Running Back David Montgomery (5-11, 216) had a Career-High 189-Yards Rushing for The Cyclones, Against The West Virginia Mountaineers, in an Unbelievable Game that Saw Them UPSET The #6 Ranked Team in The Country and by beating a Top 25 Team for The Fifth Time in Seven after Losing 20 in a row to Top Ranked Teams.
  4. UCLA Junior Running Back Joshua Kelley (5-11, 204, 4.42) Rushed for 157-Yards on 30 Carries and Scored 3 Touchdowns and he also Caught 2 Passes for Another 8-Yards, giving him 165-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage in The UCLA Bruins 37-7 Victory over The California Golden Bears.
  5. LSU Sophomore Running Back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (5-9, 212, 4.37, 39.5, 4.1) Rushed for a Game-High 145-Yards and Caught 1 Pass for 7-Yards, giving him 152-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage, including a Beautiful 47-Yard Run, in The Huge LSU 36-16 UPSET Victory Over The #2 Ranked Georgia Bulldogs.
  6. South Florida Junior Running Back Jordan Cronkrite (5-11, 207) had Another Great Game as he Rushed for 151-Yards and a Touchdown in The Bulls 25-24 Victory over Tulsa. Last WeekCronkrite Set a South Florida and American Athletic Conference Rushing Record with an Incredible 302-Yards Rushing Against U-Mass. In this Game, Cronkrite Ran for a 66-Yard Touchdown Early in the Third-Quarter that Tied The Score at 10-10.

WIDE RECEIVER

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  1. (TIE) UAB Blazers Senior Wide Receiver Xavier Ubosi (6-3, 215) had an Incredible Game in The Blazers 42-0 Victory over Rice in a Conference USA Game as he Caught 4 Passes for an Incredible 196-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, including a 95-Yard Touchdown in The Victory. The Ubosi (#7) First Catch of The Game Came on The Fourth Play of The Blazers First Drive when he Caught a 38-Yard TouchdownUbosi struck again with a UAB School-Record Tying 95-Yard Touchdown Catch, Giving UAB a 21-0 Lead with 10:04 Left in The First-Half.

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  1. (TIE) Ohio State Junior Wide Receiver K.J. Hill (6-0, 198, 4.4) was Incredible as he Caught 9 Passes for a Career-High 187-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Buckeyes 30-14 Victory over Minnesota. Hill (#14) made a Touchdown Catch in the First-Half that was His Best Catch of the season, as he Turned-Around and Made a One-Handed Catch and All of The Buckeye Fans are Still Talking about that Catch. It was in The Second Quarter with Minnesota leading 14-10. Haskins, actually Sailed the ball behind Hill, but he Stuck-Out his Right Hand and kept his Body In-Motion With a Quick Turn-Around on the 36-yard Touchdown that Gave The Buckeyes a 17-14 Lead at Halftime, in The 30-14 Victoryhttps://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/bigten/2018/10/13/ohio-state-kj-hill-one-handed-touchdown-catch-against-minnesota/1629843002/
  2. Southern Cal Junior Wide Receiver Michael Pittman, Jr (6-4, 215, 4.42) Caught 6 Passes for 155-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Southern Cal Trojans 31-20 Victory over #19 Ranked Colorado. Pittman Scored his First Touchdown with 3:33 Left Before Halftime when he came back to Grab an Under-Thrown Pass and then was Incredible as he Eluded the only Defensive Back than was Anywhere Near-Him and Raced 65-Yards for a Touchdown. Pittman then capped a Four-Play Drive with a 9-Yard Touchdown Catch, with only 1:10 before Halftime.
  3. Alabama Sophomore Wide Receiver Jerry Jeudy (6-1, 192, 4.33) had an Incredible Game in The Crimson Tide 39-10 Victory over The Missouri Tigers as he Caught 3 Passes for 147-Yards, including an Incredible 81-Yard Touchdown Catch from Super Crimson Tide Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa On The Second Play of The Game.
  4. Temple Senior Wide Receiver Ventell Bryant (6-2, 200, 4.47) had an Outstanding Game in The Temple Owls 24-17 American Athletic Conference Victory over Navy as he Caught 8 Passes for 147-Yards, including an Unbelievable 62-Yard Touchdown Pass. Temple Super-Star Quarterback Anthony Russo Passed for 300-Yards, including The 62-Yard Winning Touchdown Pass to Bryant Midway into The Final Quarter that gave The Temple Owls Their Fourth Victory in Their Last Five Games.

SIDEBAR: In Week #6: The Ole Miss Wide Receiver Trio of Senior Damarkus Lodge (6-2, 204); Junior A.J. Brown (6-1, 230, 4.4); and Sophomore D.K. Metcalf (6-4, 230) were all Unbelievable as they All-Three Caught Passes for over 100-Yards. Lodge Caught 9 Passes for 179-Yards, including a 51-Yard Touchdown; while Brown Caught 9 Passes for 133-Yards and Moore Caught 4 Passes for 115-Yards and had 21 Kick Return Yards for 136-Yards of Offense in The 70-21 Ole Miss Victory over UL Monroe.

DEFENSE

Defensive Linemen And Linebackers

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  1. LSU Junior Linebacker Devin White (6-1, 240, 4.46) had an Outstanding Game in The Huge LSU 36-16 UPSET Victory Over The #2 Ranked Georgia Bulldogs. In this Game, White (#40) Recorded a Game-High 13 Tackles, Recovered a Fumble, had a Half a Sack, 2 Quarterback Hurries, and 1 Pass Breakup. In this Incredible LSU UPSET of Georgia, The Great LSU Defense Only Recorded 3 Quarterback Sacks, but Their Combination of Unbelievable Pressure and Coverage seemed to get Georgia Quarterback, Jake Fromm and The Bulldog Offense Completely Out of Sync, with an Unusual Number of Passes to No Wide Receivers in The Area and Devin White was All Over The Field, in making The Georgia Offense Completely Off-Stride. White has Also Been Named as The Lott IMPACT Trophy National Player of the Week for Week #7.
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  2. UCLA Junior Linebacker Keisean  Lucier-South (6-4, 235, 4.56) had an Incredible Game for The UCLA Bruins in Their 37-7 Victory over The California Golden Bears as he Recorded 6 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack, 1 Forced Fumble, and 1 Interception. Lucier-South (#11) put the Final Finish on The Rout over The Golden Bears with an Incredible 38-Yard Fumble Return for a Touchdown after one of The California 5 TurnoversLucier-South was Pretty Unbelievable and Incredible in The Fourth Quarter on Defense for The UCLA Bruins, as he Intercepted a Pass on Fourth-and-One that Stopped One Drive; he Picked-Up a Fumble and ran 38-Yards for a Touchdown; and then Added a Strip-Sack.
  3. Texas Senior Linebacker Gary Johnson (6-3, 230, 4.36, 39.5) had another  Outstanding Game Against Baylor as he Recorded a Team-High 11 Tackles, including 9 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack, 2.5 Tackles for a Loss, and 2 Quarterback Hurries in The Longhorns 23-17 Big-12 Victory over The Baylor Bears.
  4. Northern Illinois Junior Defensive End Sutton Smith (6-1, 237, 4.62) had a Fabulous Game in The Huskies 24-21 Victory over Ohio as he Recorded 5 Tackles, including 4 Solo Tackles, 2 Quarterback Sacks, 2.5 Tackles for a Loss, and 1 Huge Forced Fumble. On The Final Winning Touchdown Drive, Smith got The Huskies the Football with a strip sack of Ohio Quarterback Nathan Rourke at Midfield and Super-Star Quarterback Marcus Childers then Moved The Huskies 53-Yards in Six Plays to take the lead at 24-21 with 4:51 left and Win The Game.
  5. Iowa State Junior Defensive End Jaquan Bailey (6-2, 251) had an Outstanding Game in The Iowa State Huge 30-14 UPSET Victory over The West Virginia Mountaineers. In this Game, Bailey Only Recorded 3 Tackles, but 2 of the Tackles were Solo Tackles and they both were Quarterback Sacks. The Cyclones Defense held The Mountaineers Outstanding Offense to only 152-Yards of Total Offense and Zero Points in the Second-Half.
  6. North Texas University Senior Linebacker E.J. Ejiya (6-3, 231, 4.62) had an Outstanding Game in The Mean Green 30-7 Conference USA Victory over Southern Miss as he Recorded 12 Tackles, including 6 Solo Tackles, 2 Quarterback Sacks, 3 Tackles for a Loss, and 1 Quarterback Hurry.
  7. Texas Senior Defensive End Charles Omenihu (6-6, 275, 4.76) was all over the Field in The Longhorns 23-17 Victory over The Baylor Bears. Omenihu Only Recorded 3 Tackles, but 2 of his Tackles were Quarterback Sacks and he also had an Amazing 4 Quarterback HurriesBaylor Quarterback Charlie Brewer drove The Bears from their own 3-Yard Line to The Texas 17-Yard Line before he had to rush his final three throws under “Intense-Pressure” from Omenihu who was chasing him on the Final Three Plays of The Game
  8. San Diego State Junior Linebacker Kyahva Tezino (6-0, 220, 4.56) had a Great Game Against The Air Force Falcons as he Recorded a Game-High 15 Tackles, including 10 Solo Tackles, 1 Tackle for a Loss, 1 Pass Breakup, and 2 Quarterback Hurries in The Aztecs 21-17 Mountain West Victory over The Falcons. One of The Key Plays in The Game Happened as Falcons Quarterback Donald Hammond was knocked out of The Game with an Injury late in the First-Half when he was tackled for a loss by Tezino.
  9. The Buffalo Bulls Defensive Duo of Linebacker Khalil Hodge (6-1, 235) and Sophomore Defensive End Taylor Riggins (6-2, 245) were Outstanding in The Game Against Akron. In this Game, Hodge Recorded a Game-High 12 Tackles, including 6 Solo Tackles, 1.5 Tackles for a Loss, 2 Quarterback Hurries, and a Pass Breakup; while Riggins only Recorded 2 Tackles, but they both were Quarterback Sacks and he also had a Quarterback Hurry in The 24-6 Victory over Akron.
  10. Utah Senior Strong Safety Chase Hansen (6-2, 230, 4.52) had an Amazing Games in The Utes 42-10 PAC-10 Victory over The Arizona Wildcats as he was The Utes Leading Tackler with 9 Tackles, including 6 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack, and 1 Pass Breakup.
  11. Ohio State Sophomore Linebacker Pete Werner (6-3, 236) Recorded 10 Tackles, including 4 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack, 2.5 Tackles for a Loss, 1 Quarterback Hurry, and 1 Pass Breakup in The 30-14 Buckeyes Victory over Minnesota in a Key Big-10 Victory.
  12. The Duke Defensive Trio of Freshman Linebacker Leonard Johnson (6-1, 200); Junior Linebacker Joe Giles-Harris (6-2, 240); and Senior Linebacker Ben Humphreys (6-2, 235) had an Outstanding Game in Leading The Blue Devils to a Huge 28-14 UPSET Victory over Georgia Tech. In this UPSET, Johnson Only Recorded 2 Tackles, but they both were Quarterback Sacks; while Giles-Harris Recorded a Game-High 15 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles and Humphreys Recorded 11 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles and 2 Tackles for a Loss in The UPSET Victory.

Defensive Backs

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  1. Virginia Senior Strong Safety Juan Thornhill (6-0;  210, 4.42) had an Incredible Game in a Huge 19-13 UPSET Victory over #16 Ranked Miami Hurricanes, as he Recorded 6 Tackles, including 3 Solo Tackles, 2 Interceptions for an Amazing 86-Yards, and 2 Pass Breakups. This Huge Victory by The Cavs was The First Win over a Ranked Team Since 2014. Thornhill (#21) was Also Selected as The Walter Camp Defensive Player of The Week for Week #7“It woke everybody up,” said Thornhill. “It just shows that we have A Shot To-Win The ACC.”
  2. Kansas State Senior Cornerback Duke Shelley (5-9 180, 4.32) had an Outstanding Game Against The Oklahoma State Cowboys as he Recorded 6 Solo Tackles, 2 Interceptions, 2 Pass Breakups, and Returned a Kickoff for 26-Yards in The Huge 31-12 Victory over The Cowboys in a Key Big-12 Victory.
  3. Alabama Junior Cornerback Saivion Smith (6-1, 200, 4.42) had an Outstanding Game in The Crimson Tide 39-10 Victory over Missouri as he Recorded 4 Tackles, including 3 Solo Tackles and 2 Interceptions for 33-Yards and 1 Pass Breakup in The Victory.
  4. Ohio State Junior Free Safety Jordan Fuller (6-2, 204, 4.47) Recorded a Team-High 12 Tackles, including 9 Solo Tackles, but he was all over The Field for The Buckeyes and if you were Only Checking The Box Score, then you might not be Aware that The Buckeye Coaches Were Using a Great Free Safety, like Fuller, in Great Run Support and he was “Running All Over The Field” in Making Key Plays and he was Spectacular in The Buckeyes 30-14 Victory over Minnesota. 
  5. Southern Jaguars Sophomore Cornerback Jakoby Pappillion (5-10, 183, 4.44) Recorded 2 Interceptions in The Southern Jags 38-0 Victory over Prairie View.

SPECIAL TEAMS KICKER

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  1. LSU Senior Graduate Transfer Kicker Cole Tracy (5-11, 188) has been Sensational All Season for The LSU Tigers, as he Kicked Four Field Goals in The First Game HUGE UPSET Victory of Miami and then in The Third Game HUGE 22-21 UPSET Victory of #7 Auburn, as he Kicked The Game-Winning 42-Yard Field Goal in The Final Second of The Game and as Time Ran-Out. Tracy (#36) also Kicked a 33-Yard Field Goal in The Second Quarter and a 27-Yard Field Goal in The Third Quarter, giving him 10-Points in That HUGE UPSET Victory. So on Saturday Against The #2 Ranked Georgia, Tracy was Incredible Again in Another HUGE LSU UPSET Against The Bulldogs as he Kicked another Incredible 5 of 5 Field Goals and 3 of 3 Extra Points in Helping Lead his LSU Tigers Team to “Still-Another” Huge UPSET Victory with 18-Points Scored in The Victory. Tracy Became only The Second LSU Kicker in History to Kick 5 Field Goals in a Single Game and Tied The Record of Josh Jasper in 2010. His Field Goals were 33, 36, 39, 24, and 30-Yards and he is Already The Current #5 LSU Field Goal Kicker with 17 Field Goals.

SPECIAL TEAMS PUNTER

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  1. Utah Senior Punter Mitch Washnowsky (6-2, 220) was Incredible in The Utah Utes 42-10 Victory over The Arizona Wildcats as he had 4 Punts for 193-Yards and an Amazing 48.3-Yard Average Per Punt. Despite Winning 35-10 in the Fourth-Quarter, Wishnowsky “Faked a Punt” and ran 28-Yards for a Utah First Down. Utah Head Coach Kyle Whittingham told The Athletic Australian Punter that he always had “The Green Light” to run anytime that he saw An OpeningWishnowsky (#33) also had 2 Punts of 50 or more Yards and 1 of his Punts Landed Inside The 20-Yard-Line. His Final Punt was a 55-Yard Punt that was Downed on The Arizona 2-yard line with 2:33 remaining in The Game.

HEAD COACH

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  1. LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron had Thousands of Hard-Core LSU Fans Rushing onto The LSU Football Field after his #13 Ranked LSU Tigers UPSET The #2 Ranked Georgia Bulldogs and Give Coach Orgeron His First Signature Victory with a 36-16 Win. Coach Orgeron is a Cajun Coach and he Grew-Up as a Huge Tiger Fan and he was Incredibility Excited about This Huge UPSET Victory and Then Looked Around Hugged his Beautiful, Wife, Kelly. In this Signature Game, there were at Least Five Fourth-Down decisions by Coach Orgeron that made a Huge Influence in The Final Score. On those Five OccasionsCoach Orgeron Ran The Ball on a Fourth-down and Short Yardage and The LSU Offense Converted on Four Plays And Produced 13 Points. Coach Orgeron was named As The Dodd Trophy National Coach of the Week for The LSU 36-16 UPSET Victory Against The #2 Ranked Georgia Bulldogs.

“We were going to be as Aggressive as we can. We were also going to take shots and go for it and play to Win-The-Game the whole time. We were going for it as hard as we can today. We were throwing out the kitchen sink, man. We were giving them everything we had, and we did it,” said Coach Orgeron.

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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #6! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #6!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

All MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

OFFENSE

Quarterback

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  1. Ohio State Sophomore Quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr (6-3, 220) Completed 33 of 44 Passes for an Incredible Career-High 455-Yards and another Incredible 6 Touchdowns and Rushed for 7-Yards, giving him 462-Yards and 6 Touchdowns as The #3 Ohio State Buckeyes pulled away in The Fourth Quarter to beat The Indiana Hoosiers in a 49-26 Victory on SaturdayHaskins also Tied an Ohio State School Record with The Six Touchdown Passes and he Continued To-Add Incredible Stats for The Heisman Trophy Award as he Completed 2 Touchdown Passes to Both Parris Campbell and Terry McLaurin, and One Touchdown Pass to both Johnnie Dixon and Binjimen Victor. The 455-Yards Passing by Haskins was 3-Yards short of The Ohio State School Record of Art Schlichter and The Six Touchdown Passes tied another Ohio State School Record held by J.T. Barrett and Kenny Guiton. After this Game, Haskins Leads The Country with 25 Touchdown Passes.
  2. Ole Miss Senior Athletic Quarterback Jordan Ta’amu (6-2, 210, 4.76) had an Incredible Game in an Ole Miss Rebel 70-21 Victory over UL Monroe as he Completed an Incredible 21 of 24 Passes for 374-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he also ran for another 63-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, giving him an Incredible 437-Yards of Total Offense and 5 Touchdowns and an Amazing 259.6 Quarterback Rating.
  3. Iowa State Freshman Athletic Quarterback Brock Purdy (6-1, 202) had an Incredible Game as he Completed 18 of 23 Passes for 318-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and he Rushed for Another 84-Yards and Another Touchdown, giving him 402-Yards and 5 Touchdowns in The Huge 48-42 UPSET Victory over The Oklahoma State Cowboys. Purdy also has an Incredible 243.1 Quarterback Rating.
  4. Northwestern Senior Quarterback Clayton Thors0n (6-4, 226) Completed 31 of 47 Passes for 373-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Rushed for another Touchdown, giving him 4 Touchdowns in The Huge Northwestern Wildcats 29-19 Victory against Michigan State.
  5. The Alabama Sophomore Passing Duo of Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (6-1, 218) and Wide Receiver Jerry Jeudy (6-1, 192) were Incredible in The Crimson Tide 65-31 Victory over The Arkansas Razorbacks and they both only played basically in the First Half. Tagovailoa Completed 10 of 12 Passes for 334-Yards and 4 First-Half Touchdowns and The Tide Reached 45 Points in their First Six Straight Games for The First Time in Crimson Tide History. Tagovailoa hit Tight End Irv Smith Jr on The First Play of The Game with a Crossing Pattern Across the Middle and Smith Raced 76-Yards for a 7-0 Lead with only 21 Seconds into The Game and then Threw Two Touchdown Passes to Jerry Jeudy for 42-Yards and 60-Yards in The Second-Quarter. Tua has yet to Throw a Fourth-Quarter pass as Alabama has outscored its Opponents by a Combined 336-96.
  6. New Mexico Lobo Junior Athletic Quarterback Sheriron Jones (6-3, 196) Completed 13 of 20 Passes for 250-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and Rushed for Another 72-Yards , giving him 322-Yards of Total Offense in The Lobos 50-14 Victory over UNLV. Jones also had an Incredible 236.0 Quarterback Rating.
  7. Texas Sophomore Quarterback Sam Ehlinger (6-1, 205) Completed 24 of 35 Passes for 314-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and ran 72-Yards and 3 more Touchdowns in The Huge 48-45 Longhorn Victory over The #7 Oklahoma Sooners in The Cotton Bowl Stadium. The Victory Also Gave The Longhorns its First Five-Game Winning Streak since 2013. The Sophomore Quarterback converted on a Third-and-3 on The Longhorns Final-Drive with a 4-Yard Quarterback Keeper and then his 8-Yard Draw Up-The-Middle of the field set up The Winning 40-Yard Field Goal Kick With 9 Seconds Left in The Game.
  8. Mississippi State Senior Athletic Quarterback Nick Fitzgerald (6-5, 230) Ran for 195-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and Passed for Another 69-Yards, giving his 264-Yards of Total Offense in The Bulldogs 23-9 UPSET Victory over #8 Auburn. The Bulldogs came into The Game among The Top 10 Teams in The Country in Scoring Defense, and The Bulldogs were brilliant again on that side of the ball. The Bulldogs Offense was a Two-Man Show between Fitzgerald and Sophomore Running Back Kylin Hill. Fitzgerald became The SEC Career Leader in Quarterback Rushing Yards with his 39-Yard Run in the Last Quarter as he Passed Former Florida Super-Star Quarterback Tim Tebow. Hill (5-11, 215)  finished with 126-Yards on 23 carries, including Several Fabulous and Critical Runs in The Second Half. The Bulldogs finished with 349-Yards Rushing.

Running Back And Wide Receiver

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  1. South Florida Junior Running Back Jordan Cronkrite (5-11, 207) Rushed for an Incredible 302 yards on 23 Carries and Scored 3 Touchdowns and with an incredible 13.1-Yards Per Carry Average in The South Florida Bulls 58-42 Victory over U-Mass and Improved Their Record to 5-0 for The Second Straight Football Season. Cronkrite, The Florida Gators Transfer, Broke both The South Florida School Record and The American Athletic Conference Single-Game Rushing Record.
  2. Wisconsin Sophomore Running Back Jonathan Taylor (5-11, 221) Rushed for 221-Yards on 24 Carries and Scored 3 Touchdowns, including an Incredible 88-Yard Touchdown Run in The Fourth Quarter, as The Wisconsin Badgers 41-24 Huge Big-10 Victory over The Nebraska Cornhuskers.
  3. Louisiana Lafayette Sophomore Running Back Elijah Mitchell (5-11, 221) Rushed for 191-Yards on 20 Carries and 3 Touchdowns and Caught 2 Passes for Another 34-Yards, giving him 225-Yards of Offense and 3 Touchdowns in The Ragin’ Cajuns 42-27 Victory over Texas State.
  4. Notre Dame Senior Running Back Dexter Williams (5-11, 215) Rushed for 178-Yards on 17 Carries in Leading The Irish to a 45-23 Victory over Virginia Tech.
  5. Clemson Freshman Slot Back Lyn-J Dixon (5-11, 175) Rushed for 163-Yards and 2 Touchdowns on 10 Carries and he also Caught 1 Pass for 41-Yards, giving him 204-Yards, 2 Touchdowns, and an 18.5-Yards Per Touch Average in The 63-3 Clemson Victory over Wake Forest.
  6. Florida Atlantic Junior Running Back Devin Singletary (5-9, 200, 4.42) Rushed for 168-Yards and Caught 1 Pass for 10-Yards and became The All-Time Florida Atlantic Career Rushing Leader and Led The Owls to Victory over Old Dominion in a 52-33 Victory. Singletary Broke The Record of My Good Friend, Alfred Morris, with His Rushing Record of 3,529-Yards in 2007-2011) with a 44-Yard Touchdown Run that gave The Owls a 52-33 Lead with 2:17 remaining in The Game. Singletary finished the Game with an Incredible 3,568-Yards Rushing.
  7. Clemson  Sophomore Running Back Travis Etienne (5-10, 200) Rushed for 167-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The 63-3 Clemson Victory over Wake Forest as The Clemson Tigers Rushed for 471-Yards in The Rout. Etienne had Touchdown Runs of 59, 3, and 70-Yards.
  8. Buffalo Bulls Freshman Running Back Kevin Marks (6-0, 200) Rushed for 167-Yards, including a 70-Yard Touchdown Run in The Third Quarter, giving The Bulls a 24-10 Lead in a 34-24 Victory over Central Michigan.
  9. The Ole Miss Wide Receiver Trio of Senior Damarkus Lodge (6-2, 204); Junior A.J. Brown (6-1, 230, 4.4); and Sophomore D.K. Metcalf (6-4, 230) were all Unbelievable as they All-Three Caught Passes for over 100-Yards. Lodge Caught 9 Passes for 179-Yards, including a 51-Yard Touchdown; while Brown Caught 9 Passes for 133-Yards and Moore Caught 4 Passes for 115-Yards and had 21 Kick Return Yards for 136-Yards of Offense in The 70-21 Ole Miss Victory over UL Monroe.
  10. Ohio State Senior Super-Star Wide Receiver Parris Campbell (6-1, 208, 4.2, 40, 4.16, 135) Caught 9 Passes for 142-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and he averaged 15.8-Yards per catch in The 49-26 Victory over Indiana. Campbell did not “Hold-Back” when Talking About his Quarterback and what he did on Saturday and what he has done in his First Six College Football Starts This Season. “I think you’re witnessing a Legend in the Making,” said Campbell. The things that he can do throwing The Football, The Leader that he is becoming, and obviously The Stats Speak for Themselves. Dwayne Haskins is a Unique Talent. His play has heightens The Play of Everybody, because of the things he can do,” Campbell said.
  11. Texas A&M Junior Running Back Trayveon Williams (5-9, 200) Rushed for 138-Yards and Scored The Winning Touchdown in Overtime and Caught 6 Passes for another 72-Yards, giving him 210-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Critical Aggie 20-14 SEC Victory over The #13 Kentucky Wildcats.

DEFENSE

Pujjaa6gw9jjaydmqqe2Florida Junior Defensive End Jachai Polite (#99) Sacks LSU Tigers QB Joe Burrow (#9) in Gators 27-19 UPSET Victory over LSU!  

Do not let his name fool you. Jachai Polite is anything, but Polite when he sets his eyes on a Quarterback“If you want to get to a sack you better get there faster than him,” said Gator Safety Donovan Stiner. “He is really good at what he does. It speaks for itself. I mean he is an Amazing Pass Rusher.”

  1. The Florida Defensive Duo of Junior Defensive End Jachai Polite (6-2, 265) and Junior Linebacker Vosean Joseph (6-1, 227) Were Unbelievably Impressive in The 27-19 UPSET Gator Victory over The Undefeated and #5 Ranked LSU Tigers. Polite Recorded 6 Tackles, including 4 Solo, 2 Quarterback Sacks, 3 Tackles for a Loss, Forced 1 Fumble, and had 2 Pass Breakups; while Joseph Recorded an Amazing 14 Tackles, including 4 Solo and 2 Quarterback Sacks.
  2. Arizona Sophomore Free Safety Scottie Young Jr (5-11, 195) Recorded 7 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles and 2 Interceptions. Young had Two  Incredible Fourth-Quarter Interceptions and he Returned The Second Interception 24-Yards for a Touchdown to put Arizona up 24-14 with 3:13 to play and then The 24-17 Arizona Wildcats Victory over The California Golden Bears.
  3. North Carolina State Senior Linebacker Germaine Pratt (6-3, 240) Recorded 13 Tackles, including 6 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack,Forced 1 Fumble, and 2 Quarterback Hurries in The 28-23 Victory over Boston College.
  4. Texas A&M Senior Defensive Tackle Kingsley Keke (6-4, 305) Recorded 5 Tackles, including 4 Solo, and 2 Quarterback Sacks in This Huge 20-14 UPSET Victory over The #13 Ranked Kentucky Wildcats in OVERTIME.
  5. The Miami Hurricanes Defensive Duo of Sophomore Defensive End Jonathan Garvin (6-4, 235) and Junior Defensive Tackle Joe Jackson (6-5, 260) were very Impressive in The Miami Hurricanes 28-27 Victory over their Florida State Rival. Garvin Recorded 5 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles, 2 Quarterback Sacks, and a Pass Breakup; while Jackson Recorded 4 Tackles, including 2 Quarterback Sacks, 2.5 Tackles for a Loss, 1 Pass Breakup, and a Quarterback Hurry.
  6. The Utah Defensive Duo of Sophomore Cornerback Jaylon Johnson (6-0, 190) and Junior Defensive End Bradlee Anae (6-3, 254) were Very Impressive in The 40-21 Utes UPSET Victory over Stanford. Johnson Recorded 7 Tackles, including 6 Solo Tackles and he Returned an Interception, 100-Yards for a Touchdown; while Anae Recorded 5 Tackles, including 4 Solo Tackles, 2 Quarterback Sacks, Forced 1 Fumble , and 1 Pass Breakup.
  7. Wisconsin Senior Linebacker T.J. Edwards (6-1, 242) Recorded 7 Tackles, including 3 Solo Tackles, and 2 quarterback Sacks in The Badgers 41-24 Victory over The Nebraska Cornhuskers.
  8. Clemson Junior Linebacker Tre Lamar (6-4, 250) Recorded 8 Tackles, including 6 Solo Tackles and 2 Quarterback Sacks in The 63-3 Rout of Wake Forest.
  9. Middle Tennessee Junior Linebacker Khalil Brooks (5-11, 206) Recorded 11 Tackles, including 4 Solo Tackles, 2.5 Tackles for a Loss, 2 Quarterback Sacks, and a Quarterback Hurry in The Blue Raiders 34-24 Victory over Marshall.
  10. San Diego State Freshman Cornerback Darren Hall (6-0, 175, 4.4) had a Fabulous Game as he Recorded 9 Tackles, including 8 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack, 1 Forced Fumble, and a Key Interception in The Aztecs 19-13 Victory over Boise State.
  11. The Miami (Ohio) Defensive Duo of Senior Linebacker Brad Koenig (6-1, 225) and Junior Defensive Tackle Doug Costin (6-2, 285) were Really Outstanding in The Miami (Ohio) Redhawks 41-17 Victory over Akron. Koenig was Especially Impressive as he recorded 4 Tackles, including 3 Solo Tackles, had 1 Tackle for a Loss, Forced a Fumble, Recovered a Fumble, and 2 Interceptions; while Costin Recorded 4 tackles, including 3 Solo Tackles, 1.5 Quarterback Sacks, and a Quarterback Hurry.
  12. New Mexico Senior Defensive Tackle Cody Baker (6-3, 293) only Recorded 2 Tackles, but they both were Quarterback Sacks in The Lobos 50-14 Victory over UNLV.
  13. Georgia Southern Junior Cornerback Monquavion Brinson (5-10, 180, 4.42) Recorded 7 Tackles, including 6 Solo Tackles, 1 Interception, and 2 Pass Breakups in The Eagles 48-13 Sun Belt Conference Win. Brinson Set-Up The Eagles First Touchdown when he Recorded an Interception and Returned it to The 5-Yard Line.

SPECIAL TEAMS

  1. Texas Freshman Kicker Cameron “Dicker The Kicker” Dicker (6-1, 205) Kicked a 40-Yard Field Goal with Nine Seconds left, in the Game, to give The #19 Texas Longhorns a 48-45 Huge UPSET Victory on Saturday over The #7 Oklahoma Sooners after Sooner Quarterback Kyler Murray had Rallied The Sooners with 3 Touchdowns in the Fourth Quarter.
  2. Florida Junior Punter Tommy Townsend (6-1, 175) had a Very Impressive Game in The LSU UPSET Victory as he had 9 Punts for 432-Yards, including a 70-Yard Punt and Averaged an Incredible 48-Yards in The 27-19 UPSET Victory over The LSU Tigers.
  3. Notre Dame Senior Punter Tyler Newsome (6-3, 214) had a Very Impressive Game Against Virginia Tech as he had 3 Punts for 143-Yards and a tremendous 47.7-Yards Per Punt Average in The Irish 45-17 Victory over Virginia Tech.

HEAD FOOTBALL COACH

  1. Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban has Coached The Crimson Tide to an Incredible Five National Championships, but has NEVER had a Crimson Tide Team like this Crimson Tide Team that The Starting Quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, has yet to Throw a Fourth-Quarter Pass as The Alabama Crimson Tide has outscored their Opponents by a Combined 336-96. “I can’t make any comparisons to This Current Team. This is a Different Crimson Tide Team with its own Identity,” Saban said. “You’re not really competing against the other team, you are competing against yourself.”
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The Max Emfinger Brownwood HS Profile And Baylor Freshman Profile. Long Version

The Max Emfinger Brownwood High School Profile!
And Baylor Freshman All-SWC Season

As a Senior, I was Being Recruited-Off of The Brownwood High School Football Team in Brownwood, Texas where I was a member of The Brownwood High School 1960 Texas 3A High School State Football Championship Team as a Junior. Also as a Senior, I was Team Captain of The Brownwood High School Track Team that won the 1962 Texas 3A State Track Championship. I was a Two-Time All-State Football Player and I was High Point Man at the 1962 Texas 3A State Championship Track Meet. Both State Championships Were The First In The History of Brownwood High School Athletics.

Image may contain: 1 person, smilingMax Emfinger Three-Year Varsity Career as Follows:

2,214-Yards Rushing – 4,285-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage – 178-Points Scored – Two Touchdown Passes – and Seven Interceptions.

In My Three-Year Varsity Career, With My 4,285-Yards of  Total All-Purpose Yards, I Averaged 11.1-Yards Per Touch on 386-Touches.

I Was Also Responsible for Scoring a Touchdown In Seven Different Ways, including Rushing, Pass Receiving, Kickoff Return, Punt Return, Defensive Fumble Return Recovery for Touchdown, Interception Return for Touchdown, and I also Threw Two Touchdown Passes to Lawrence Elkins (San Angelo Central and Mineral Wells).

I also Recorded Six Interceptions in The 1960 State Championship Season, including Four Interceptions in The San Angelo Central Opening Game and Two More Interceptions (Waco University and Graham) and One Interception in The 1961 Season Against Weatherford.

Also, In Football, I was the Leading Rusher and Leading Scorer on The 1960 State Championship Football Team with 1,363-Yards Rushing Yards and Again in 1961 with 674-Yards. In 1960, I also Scored 10 Rushing Touchdowns and 4 Two-Point Conversions for 68-Points. I also Returned Two 90-Yard Kickoff Returns For a Touchdown (Killeen and Weatherford); Had One 65-Yard Interception Return for a Touchdown (San Angelo); and Passed For Two Touchdowns (San Angelo and Mineral Wells); giving me 98-Points Accounted-For in The 1960 State Championship Football Season.

Max Emfinger Recruiting's photo.

As a Football Player, in 31 Games that I Played-In, My Win-Loss Record was 28-2-1 in The Three Years on the Varsity Including a 1960 Football State Championship. I did not Play in 1959 San Angelo or 1961 Thomas Jefferson Losses. Then In Track, I was a Member of Two Regional Championships in 1960 and 1961 and a State Championship in 1962. I was the Only Three-Year Letterman in my 1962 Graduating Class in Both Football and Track.

After The 1961 Season, I Was Selected All-District, All-Area, All-State, and All-American by Wigwam Wisemen of America. I was Excited about making This All-American Team as I joined Five other Brownwood High School Legends, including QB Leondous Fry and OT Ben Woodson in 1952; RB Ray Masters in 1953; QB Tommy Butler in 1958; and End Lawrence Elkins in 1960.

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Fifty Years Later in 2010 –

One of the Funniest Moments that I had with Coach Gordon Wood was in the 1961 Vernon Game. We had just Scored and we were Winning-Big and we Kicked-Off to Vernon and they Fumbled. On our First Down, we ran the Football Down-To-The-Five-Yard Line. Coach Wood did not want to Run-Up the Score, so he Sent-In the Field Goal Unit, and I was the Right Blocking Back. Well! They Blocked Our Field Goal Kick and I looked over to my Right and the Football was Just-Bouncing-Around” in The Flat, so I went over and Picked-It Up and Ran For a Touchdown.

But byPicking-Up The Loose Football” and Scoring a Touchdown put me in Real Trouble with Coach Wood. When I got to the Sideline, everyone was Cheering Me, but Coach Wood pulled me over to the side and Really Blasted Me for “Running-Up” The Score. Later, we Laughed about it, but it certainly was not Funny at the Time, as we Won the Game by a 42-0 Score.

 

4,285-Yards of Career Total Offense

11.1-Yards Per Touch – 3 Years
27 Touchdowns Accounted-For and 170 Points

1961 – Wigwam Wisemen of America High School All-American Team. Previous Brownwood Players included 1952 – QB Leondous Fry and OT – Ben Woodson; 1953 – RB Ray Masters1958 – QB Tommy Butler; 1960 – WR Lawrence Elkins; and 1961 – RB Max Emfinger.

Brownwood Junior High School
Ninth Grade, Class Favorite, 1958, Brownwood, TX
Ninth Grade, Most Versatile Boy, 1958, Brownwood, TX
Ninth Grade, Class Vice President, 1958, Brownwood, TX
Freshman All-School Choir Vice President, 1958, Brownwood, TX

Brownwood High School
Royal Ambassadors, Baseball State Champs, 1958 and 1959, Brownwood, TX

VP, Brownwood High School Student Body, 1959, Brownwood, TX
President, Sophomore A Cappella Choir, 1959, Brownwood, TX
Top Rusher and Scorer, Texas Football State Champs, 1960, Brownwood, TX
Congress, House of Rep, American Legion Boys State, 1961, Brownwood, TX

City Athletic Director, American Legion Boys State, 1961, Brownwood, TX
Wigwam Wisemen Football All-American, 1961, Brownwood, TX
Junior Class Favorite, 1961, Brownwood, TX
All-Region Choir, 1962, Brownwood, TX

State Meet High Point Man,Track State Champs, 1962, Brownwood, TX
Member, 440-Relay – School Record, 42.2 Clocking, Brownwood, TX

Member, Mile Relay – School Record, 3:21.1 Clocking, Brownwood, TX

Baylor University
Freshman Football Leading Rusher, All-SWC Team, 1962, Waco, TX
Vice President, Baylor Freshman Class, Spring, 1963, Waco, TX
Vice President, Baylor Freshman A Cappella Choir, 1963, Waco, TX
Baylor BRH A Cappella Choir, 1966-67, Waco, TX
Cliff Barrows and the Gang Choir – Word Records, 1967, Waco, TX

Vice President, A Cappella Choir, Spring, 1967, Waco, TX
A Cappella Choir Performance, Carnegie Hall, Spring, 1967, New York, NY
AKPsi Intramural Chairman, Baylor Intramural Champs, 1967 Waco, TX

United States Navy
Player/Coach/MVP, Navy Rice Bowl Football Champs, 1967, Guam, MI

Player/Coach, All-Greater Pacific Football Champs, 1967, Tokyo, Japan
Player, All-Greater Pacific Softball Champs, 1968, Guam, MI

All-Greater Navy Volleyball Pacific Champs, 1968, Honolulu, Hawaii

Scouting
Graduate Assistant Coach, North Texas, 1973, Denton, TX

Recruiting Coordinator, North Texas, 1974-75, Denton, TX
Football Super Scout, Dallas Cowboys, 1975-76, Dallas, TX

Midland Jaycees
Texas Jaycees State Director, The Midland Jaycees, 1977-78, Midland, TX
Jaycee Of The Month For Starting 4 Jaycee Chapters, 1978, Midland, TX
United States Presidential Jaycees Award of Honor, 1978, Midland, TX
Texas Jaycees District Director, Midland Jaycees, 1979, Midland, TX
Jaycee Of The Month For Starting 3 Jaycee Chapters, 1979, Midland, TX
United States Presidential Jaycees Award of Honor, 1979, Midland, TX

Coaching and Scouting
HC, Mount Carmel Freshman Football District Champs, 1969, Houston, TX
Founder of MEARS PLAYER RATING SYSTEM, 1979, Dallas, TX

Founder of First High School Football Recruiting Service, 1979, Houston, TX
Six-Time Houston Chronicle City Softball Champs, 1987-1992, Houston, TX

Founder of First Super Select Baseball Team, 1990, Houston, TX
Eight-Time Select Baseball Texas State Champs, 1990-92, Houston, TX
Founder of First HS 7 on 7 National Championship, 2001, Houston, TX
Founder of 13 High School All-American Bowl Games, 2005, Shreveport, LA
Founder of Super Elite Top Gun Camp and Combine, 2007, Honolulu, HI
Super Scout, Lestini Free Agent Super Camp And Combine, 2013, Mobile, AL

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CHAPTER THIRTY-EIGHT
Coach Gordon Wood – My 50-Year Mentor

It was in the Spring of 1960 and we had our First Team Meeting with our New Head Football Coach, Gordon Wood and he Gave-Us a Play Book that Read FOOTBALL Brownwood Lions High School Play Book. This Play Book was Given to me about 58-Years Ago and I am Currently Looking at My Brownwood Play Book that I have Used Many Times in my Lifetime.

BROWNWOOD HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAY BOOK
THE FORWARD
By Gordon Wood

Football is a Game of Life played on The Gridiron. It can very well be a Reflection of What Life Holds for You in The Future. Your Reactions, Desire, Intent, and Attitude displayed in Football also displays The Type of Person That you Are and How You Will React Down the Road of Life.

RememberAnything Worthwhile Requires A Price. It must be Given a 100% Effort. Think in Terms of Success, Pay the Price, and Be A Success. Form Good Habits and You Will Be Rewarded.

On The First Page, Below THE FORWARD, The Following Poem Was included as Coach Gordon Wood Said;  “No Words can Express Our Philosophy Better than The Following Poem:

IF YOU THINK YOU CAN, YOU CAN!
(I Have Used This Poem For All Of My Many
Life Successes)

THE MAN WHO THINKS HE CAN!

If you think you are beaten, you are.
If you think you dare not, you don’t.
If you would like to win, but you think you can’t,
It’s almost a cinch you won’t.
It’s as true as the Stars in the skies
That out in the World you’ll find
Success begins in a fellows thoughts
It’s ALL IN A STATE OF MIND!

Full many a race is lost
Ere ever a step is run,
And many a Task has failed
Before it was ever begun
Think Big and Your Deeds will grow
Think small and you’ll fall behind
Think that you can and you will,
It’s ALL IN A STATE OF MIND!

If you think you are out-classed, you are,
If you’ve got to think high to rise,
You’ve got to think well of yourself
Before you can win a prize
Life’s battles doesn’t always go
To the Stronger or Faster man,
But sooner or later, the man who wins
Is the Fellow who THINKS HE CAN!

MY FIRST UNBELIEVABLE INFLUENCE  ON A TEAM AND A TEAM VICTORY!
CHAPTER FORTY

THE CATFISH COW-CHIPS
WENT TO BAYLOR IN 1962!

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Back in 1962, there were not any Recruiting Services and there were not many NCAA Rules on Recruiting. A College or University could sign as many players as they wanted and other Schools could not do anything about it. In fact, a College could actually sign every Quarterback in Their State just so they Could Not Sign with another School in Their Conference and then have to play against them.

In 1962, in The State of Texas, The University of Texas was the largest and most powerful Football School; and on National Signing Day, The Longhorns had the Ability to go  out and Sign as many Football Players as they wanted to and they did. Then, you also had smaller Church Schools and Private Schools, all playing against The Texas Longhorns, in the same Southwest Conference, like Baylor, SMU, TCU, and Rice.

Back in 1960, I was playing for a New Football Coach, in Brownwood, Texas, by the Name of Coach Gordon Wood and this New Coach Gordon Wood had brought some really “Fancy Sayings” and an Incredible, Inspirational Poem with him and he handed them out  to all of his Football Players at Our First Meeting Before Our First day of practice.

Now, also remember! The Brownwood Lions Football Team had played really Great Football for many years, but from 1920-1959, The Brownwood Lions had NEVER won a District Championship, so I was very Attentive to anything that might be able to help us win.

After reading this Poem every single day for two years and being an Invaluable Part in Winning The 1960 3A Texas State Football Championship and The 1962 3A Texas State Track Championship,fully believed that this Poem helped play an Important and Incredible Part in My Mind and Others in The Two State Championship Team Members Mental Frame of Mind. “We all did not Think that We Could Ever Be Beaten By Anyone or Any Team.” No Words can Express The Gordon Wood Winning Football Philosophy better than this Following Poem.

In January of 1962, just after my Brownwood High School Senior Football Season, I started to fulfill my Life-Long Dream of becoming a Baylor Bear as I gave Coach Herb Zimmerman a Verbal Commitment to go to Baylor. My Goal was not only to go to Baylor, but to Win a Southwest Conference Championship and I wanted other players to want to go to Baylor for the same reason, so I asked Coach Zimmerman if there were any other players that I Could Help Recruit for The Baylor Bears and he gave me a list of About 20 Names of about 20 players that they Were Recruiting.

I then wrote All of Them a Personalized Letter to try to get them to join me in Waco, and Become a Baylor Bear. I guess that’s when I Officially got into The Recruiting Service Business. Coach Zimmerman Joined Coach Gordon Wood in October of 2013.

I had Met Two West Texas Players In Track and Both Mike Jurecek and Tommy Schaffner became really good friends of mine once we got to Baylor, but it still was Very Interesting for my other Baylor Cub Teammates at Our First Baylor Cubs Football Practice with our new Football Coach Milburn “Catfish” Smith. All of my Baylor Freshman Teammates were trying to Figure-Out who was the guy That Was Sending all of them The Personalized Recruiting Letters With The Man Who Thinks He Can! Poem.

Let’s see now. At that First Baylor Freshman Football Practice, Coach “Catfish” looked around and counted 26 Scholarship Players and also around Six or Eight Walk-on Players and since The Texas Shorthorns had Signed 104 Top Texas Blue-Chippers, including Four All-State QuarterbacksFour All-State Running Backs; Four Future NFL Offensive Linemen; and a Future Two-Time All-American Linebacker Tommy Nobis. Coach Catfish said: “It looks like All of The Blue-Chippers in Texas went to Austin this year and We’ve got to play them in our First Game in Austin. I guess I’ll just have to Take all my “Cow-Chippers” to Austin and Beat The Shorthorns.”

And this is when The Gordon Wood Poem first came up. At the end of our first Baylor Cub Practice, all of The Baylor Freshmen Cub “Cow-Chippers” Gave High-Fives and said “Beat The Shorthorns” and The Amazing Fact Was That We really believed that we would Beat Them.

Let me Pause to let you know that not all of The 1962 Catfish “Cow-Chips” are still with us on this Planet.

Mike Dewlen of Amarillo, Texas was an Outstanding Offensive Guard on The 1962 Baylor Cub Team. He Later was a Second Lieutenant in The U. S. Marine Corps, and he Died In Combat in 1968 as a result of his Great, Aggressive Leadership and Courage In The Face of Hostile Action and he was Awarded Posthumously With The Silver Star. The Baylor Wall of Honor was created in 2000 by The Baylor “B” Association Directors to Honor certain Baylor Letterman who have achieved prominence, because of Meritorious Accomplishments in Public or Private life following their Baylor Athletic Careers.

Two other Baylor Cub “Cow-Chips” have also already Passed-Away and they were TE Willie Walker from Carrollton, Texas, who Passed-Away in September of 2007 and OT Ralph Dunlap from Seattle, Washington. Then, Two of my other good friends and Former Roommates, OT Michael Jurecek of Eldorado and TE Jerry Bolen of McKinney, Died a few years ago.

Coach “Catfish” Smith left The Planet in November 1994 at the age of 82 and Six Other Baylor “Cow-Chippers” have also gone on to a Higher Place in Heaven and are now playing again for Coach Catfish Smith, Coach Herb Zimmerman, and Coach Gordon Wood.

Also, I might add that Coach Morris Southall was The Assistant Head Football Coach to Coach Gordon Wood on all Nine of his Texas State Football Championships; and Coach Southall also sent two of his Quarterback Sons, Terry Southall and Si Southall, to Baylor.

Coach Southall also went to Heaven in January of 2013 and Coach Pete Murray also Left The Planet and both Coach Southall and Coach Murray recently got together with Coach Zimmerman, Coach “Catfish” and Coach Gordon Wood To Coach all of the “B” Boys from The Brownwood Lions and The Baylor Bears.

Some interesting things Started to Happen on our Baylor Cub “Cow-Chip” Team. I was an All-State Running Back, but I only weighed 175-pounds and Coach “Catfish” moved me to Flankerback to take advantage of my Great Hands and Great Speed. Our initial Baylor Cubs Starting Lineup looked like this: RE Willie Walker; R-OT Mike Jurecek; R-OG Tommy Schaffner; OC Ralph Dunlap; L-OG Mike Dewlen; L-OT Vance Smith; DE Butch Carroll; and TE Ben Love. Our Starting Backfield was QB Roger Mike Marshall; RB Bucky Bovenzi; FB Mike Wayne Marshall WB Joe Jones; and FLK Max Emfinger.

We had worked out for a couple of weeks, but then Bovenzi got his knee hurt and so Eddie Whiddon Moved-Up from Second Team Running Back to the Bovenzi First Team. After this move, Coach Smith moved me back to Running Back and put me on the Second Team with QB Donnie Laurence.

So now The Second Team looked something like this: FLK Knox Pittard of Mozell; RE Norman Rodgers of Andrews; R-OT Ellington Darden of Conroe; R-OG Dwain Finley of Anson; OC Pete Menefee of Waco; L-OG Mike Thomas of DeLeon; OG Joe George of Mineola; L-OT Tommy Boyd of Abilene; WR Tommy Smith of Corpus Christi; DE Jackie Hackler of Pittsburg; and TE Jerry Bolen of McKinney. The Second Team Backfield included QB Donnie Laurence of Rockdale; RB Max Emfingerand WB Bobby Hunt of Hallsville.

Also remember! In 1962, there was No Such Thing As Two-Platooning. You played “Both-Ways” and so this was only the Starting Lineups on Offense. When your Offense lost the Football, you then played Defense. We could Substitute one player on each play. Laurence was a Super Defensive Player and he would go in for QB Mike Marshall.

So we thought Our Two Teams were Set until one day Coach “Catfish” came to practice and said that The Two “Cow-Chip” Teams were pretty Evenly Matched and that we were going to have a Scrimmage on Saturday and the Winning Team in the Scrimmage would be The Starting Lineup Starters in the Game against The Texas Shorthorns on the Following Thursday at Austin Memorial Stadium.

To be Real Honest! I believe that The Second Team Won the Scrimmage, and Coach “Catfish” also Thought The Same Thing and so We got to be The Starters To-Start the Game in Austin. Except for Donnie Laurence and me, I really do not remember who was on The Second Team, but Both Teams Played about Half of The Game.

On the next Thursday in Austin, as we were warming up, I do remember watching at least Ten or maybe Eleven Texas Shorthorn Full Teams coming onto the Football Field in Memorial Stadium and I also remember one of The Cub “Cow-Chips” Say:

They sure have a lot of players, but, you know-what, They can only play Eleven Players at a Time!” I also remember that Donnie Laurence, Butch Carroll, and were The Defensive Stars in this “Huge-Game”Against The Texas Shorthorns whereas QB Roger Mike Marshall, FB Mike Marshall, WB Joe Jones, RB Eddie Whiddon, and Kicker Tommy Schaffner were the Offensive Stars.

AUSTIN AMERICAN STATESMAN
October 12, 1962

The Scrappy Baylor Cubs overcame a Mammoth Texas Shorthorn Line that was destined to play in The NFL with a 13-12 Come-From-Behind Victory at Storied Austin Memorial Stadium. The Baylor Cubs voided the Pass like it was The Plague for the first Three-Quarters, on Thursday Night, but then in the clutch Fourth-Quarter, Clutch Baylor Cub Quarterback Roger Mike Marshall took to the air with telling results as he started passing and led The Baylor Cubs on Their Winning Touchdown Drive.

Mistakes by The Yearlings put The Cubs in motion for both of their scoring drives. Texas Tailback Phil Harris, The All-Stater from San Antonio Jeffersonburst through the line on a quick-trap midway through The Second-Quarter and appeared headed for a long-gainer, but then fumbled the ball.

The First Baylor Cub Touchdown was set up by this huge fumble recovery by Donnie Laurence at mid-field in The Second-Quarter and The Cubs moved 50-Yards on 14 plays to pry-open the door on the night’s scoring. The Baylor Cubs then rode the tough-running of FullBack Mike Marshall, RB Max Emfinger, and RB Eddie Whiddon until Fullback Mike Marshall, a Fullback with the same name of The Cubs Quarterback, Mike Marshall, hit off right tackle and squirmed over for the 3-Yard Touchdown with 5:56 remaining before Halftime.

Shorthorn Defensive End Richard Blakney, from Fort Worth, put-on a big-rush on the conversion-kick and the Tommie Shaffner Kick Failed.

Baylor Cub DE Butch Carroll also made a huge defensive play in That Second-Quarter as he Intercepted a lateral to stop another Shorthorn Drive.

The Yearlings trailed miserably in every department at intermission. In addition to the score, they were behind in first downs 13 to 2, and total offense, 145 to 49.

On another play, Harris broke through right tackle and streaked 45-Yards down the right sideline, before Emfinger Raced from the other Sideline and pulled him down at The Cubs 10-Yard Line. On the next play, Harris ran for One-Yard and a penalty advanced the ball to the 5-Yard line where Harris scored inside right end on the next play to Tie The Score at 6-6 in The Third-Quarter.

The Shorthorns tried to run for the two-point bonus points, but a Pitch-Out from All-State Quarterback Jake David,  from Nederland, Texas wound-up in the enemy hands and The Shorthorns did not get the ball back again until their last possession in The Third-Quarter.

Moving 34-Yards in seven plays, The Shorthorns went ahead, 12-6, on a Leslie Derrick Running Back Touchdown Pass to Wide Receiver Joe Hague, deep in The Corner of The End-Zone. Hague was running all by his lonesome and Derrick, the Houston Milby All-Stater, nailed him with an 18-Yard Pitch.

Quarterback Mike King’s Pass for the Two-Point Conversion was incomplete and it did not look too important until Baylor made its Final move in The Fourth-Quarter.

The Texas Shorthorns were winning 12-6 Early in The Fourth-Quarter, when The Winning Touchdown was Set-Up by The Second Interception of The Game by Max Emfinger, who Intercepted a desperate Phil Harris Running Back Pass at the Texas 35-yard line, and then ran it back to Midfield.

Then in Three Lighting-Quick plays, The Cubs scored The Clincher. The payoff came like a flash on a 30-Yard Marshall Pass to Wingback Joe Jones.

The First Interception by Emfinger, in The Second-Quarter, was an Unbelievable Thing of Beauty as Texas Yearling QB Mike Boxwell was attempting to throw The Football Out of Bounds, and Emfinger Reached-Out, With One-Hand, and Made a One-Handed Interception.

FB Marshall ended with 47-Yards Rushing on 18 carries; while Emfinger finished with 42-Yards on 12 carries. Future All-American Texas Running Back Phil Harris was the Leading Rusher in The Game with 61-Yards on 7 carries, but he also had Two Lost Fumbles and a Pass Interception.

After The Second Emfinger Interception, QB Roger Mike Marshall Completed 6 of 12 Passes for 95-Yards, including the 30-Yard Game-Tying Touchdown Pass to WB Joe Jones.  After The Game Tying Touchdown, OG Tommy Schaffner Kicked the Winning Extra Point with 11:18 left in the game, giving The Baylor Cubs Football Team their First Victory over The Powerful Texas Shorthorns since 1955. – End – AUSTIN AMERICAN STATESMAN

The Unbelievable “Thing” About this Game and The Baylor Cub “Cow-Chips” Victory over The Texas Shorthorn “Blue-Chip” Team was That The Baylor Cubs “Cow-Chips” Team NEVER Thought That They Would Lose This Game.

The Baylor Cubs NEVER won this Game again with The Texas Shorthorns before The SWC Freshmen Teams in The SWC stopped playing each other. A Few Years Later, No Big-12 Freshman Teams ever played Again.

This Shorthorn Team was Billed by The Media as being The Greatest Shorthorn Team ever assembled and it included at least 12 Future NFL Star Players, including QB Mike Boxwell of Dumas; LB Tommy Nobis and RB Phil Harris of San Antonio Jefferson; RB Leslie Derrick of Houston Milby; QB/DB Jake David of Nederland; OC Jack Howe of Houston Spring Branch; OG Tom Currie of Houston Lamar; OG Buddy Alldredge of Sweetwater; OT Jerry Oliver of Freeport; and OT Diron Talbert of Texas City. David and Alldredge later became Good Friends of Mine.

After beating The Shorthorns, Coach Smith finally Selected a Starting Lineup against The Texas A&M Fish which included the Following Players: QB Roger Mike Marshall or Donnie Laurence; RB Max Emfinger; FB Mike Wayne Marshall; WB Joe Jones; TE Willie Walker; WR Jerry Bolen; OT Mike Jurecek and Vance Smith; OG Mike Dewlen and Tommy Schaffner; and OC Ralph Dunlap or Pete Menefee.

The Aggie Fish Game was played in Waco at Baylor Stadium on Thursday October 19, 1962. It was also another win for The Baylor Cub “Cow-Chips” as they beat The Texas A&M Fish 10-7 to start off with an amazing 2-0 record for Coach “Catfish” Smith. Our Hearts and Prayers go out to Six of our Baylor Cub “Cow-Chip” Teammates, that I am aware of, who Started the Game against The Texas A&M Freshmen. Those Super Six “Cow-Chips” who have joined Coach “Catfish” Smith in Heaven include: Willie Walker, Jerry Bolen, Mike Jurecek, Mike Dewlen, Tommy Schaffner, and Ralph Dunlap.The 1962 All-Southwest Conference Freshman Team

THE 1962 TOP 22 ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE FRESHMAN TEAM

In voting, The Six Head Coaches who played against each other were requested to not vote for any of their players and Arkansas and Texas Tech were not included. The Voting Freshman Head Coaches included: Coach George Carlisle of Rice; Coach Dick Johnson of Texas A&M; Coach Fred Taylor of TCU; Coach “Sleepy” Morgan of SMU; Coach Bob Schultz of Texas, and of course Coach “Catfish” Smith of Baylor.

QB Mac White of SMU and Kent Nix of TCU; RB Gene Walker of Rice and Phil Harris of Texas; FB Mike Marshall of Baylor and James Hodges of SMU; TE/DE David Schwarz of Rice and Willie Walker of Baylor; DE/TE Joe Ball of TCU and Harold Fletcher of Texas A&M; OT Jerry Oliver of Texas and Tommy Overstreet of Texas A&M; OG Tommy Schaffner of Baylor and Mac Lamb of TCU; OC Craig Christopher of Rice and Pete Menefee of Baylor; DT/OT Mike Jurecek of Baylor and Harold Majors of SMU; LB Tommy Nobis of Texas and Leroy Ryza of Rice; and DB Max Emfinger of Baylor and Richard Stark of SMU.

Gene Walker of Rice was Voted as The Most Outstanding Offensive Back, getting Four Votes to two for Mac White. Walker pounded SMU  for 110-Yards and Texas for 137-Yards before being injured. Jerry Oliver of Texas received three votes at Offensive Tackle and was The Most Outstanding Lineman; while Tom Currie of Texas; Harold Majors of SMU; and David Schwartz of Rice each got one vote. At Offensive Guard, Tommy Schaffner of Baylor and Mac Lamb of TCU had one-vote margins.

For the first time in The Seven-Year History of The Freshman All-SWC, the Starting Backfield was pretty clear with QB Mac White of SMU; RB Gene Walker of Rice; RB Phil Harris of Texas; and FB Mike Marshall of Baylor. At Defensive Back, Max Emfinger (#22) led in The Defensive Voting with four votes as he had 31 tackles and four Interceptions in Five games, including two Interceptions and eight tackles against Texas.

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MAX EMFINGER HAS HOSTED THIRTEEN ALL-AMERICAN BOWL GAMES AND SIX SUPER ELITE TOP GUN CAMPS

MAX EMFINGER HAS HOSTED THIRTEEN ALL-AMERICAN BOWL GAMES AND SIX SUPER ELITE TOP GUN CAMPS; AND FOUR 7-ON-7 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS.

In 2003, I hosted my First Annual 7on7 National Championship and I hosted a 7on7 National Championship in 2004, 2005, and 2006. My goal was to get Great Athletes to one area where I could evaluate them and then help them with all of the Various College Coaches.

The only drawback was that the College Coaches wanted to see the Hidden Gems in a game-type highlight film and so those College Coaches suggested to me that I host a real All-American Bowl Game so that they could view these Talented Players in a highlight film, playing against other Talented Players. It’s noted that the NCAA doesn’t allow the College Coaches to attend All-American Bowl Games or even the practices and so the Game Film is a great tool to College Coaches.

My Mission Statement and Goal in hosting The Max Emfinger All-American Bowl Game Classics is to search for that Hidden High School Football Talent that has not been found yet. I then Evaluate Him and try to help him to get some Publicity, therefore helping him to Receive a Football Scholarship.

In 2005, I hosted my 1st Annual All-American Bowl Game and in Thirteen Games in Thirteen Years, my wife, Ginger, and I have helped 1,268 High School Football Players to Receive a Football Scholarship. Most of these Players came to our first Bowl Game Practice without a Single Scholarship Offer. This Total Also Counts some Players who did not have a Scholarship Offer and Committed to Play in our All-American Bowl Game, but Received an Offer and did not play in our Game. Their also were over 1,000 Players who we know that we helped that also did not play in our Game.

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In 2007, in my 3rd Annual All-American Bowl Game, a Player by the name of Kareem Jackson came to our First Monday Practice, without a Single Scholarship Offer. After the GameJackson (#25) Signed with Alabama and then, after Three Years, he decided to come out early and he became a #1 Draft Choice in the 2010 NFL Draft for the Houston Texans.

Image result for Alfred Morris PhotosAnother 2007 Player, RB Alfred Morris (#46), who Signed with Florida Atlantic and was Drafted by the Redskins and is Currently with the Dallas Cowboys, also did not have a Single Offer at the First Monday Practice.

Image result for max emfinger photosOther 2007 Players included SLOT Marquis Maze, OT Marcel Jones, OT Lee Ziemba, DT Terrell McClain, DT Alfred McCullough, DT Drake Nevis, MLB Brandon Maye, and RET Phillip Livas and LeMarcus Gibson (In Photo Above),  who both Coached in our 2012 All-American Bowl Game.

My First Annual Max Emfinger’s Super Elite Top Gun Camp was in July of 2003. Later, in 2006 in Honolulu, Hawaii with some Incredible Measurables from a lot of Players, including DE Sam Fehoko.

My Super Elite Top Gun Camp Idealogy, is of course, to get as many Top Football Players to a Top Gun Camp so that all of my Coaches and I can Evaluate, Rate, Rank, and Promote him. There will always be “Diamonds in the Rough” to be found.

Image result for Max Emfinger PhotosIn 2010, at the Fifth Annual Super Elite Top Gun Camp, there were some Amazing and Incredible Unknown Players, including WR Odell Beckham Jr (In Photo), ATH Ronald Martin, ATH Ameer Abdullah, CB Terrence Tusan, RB Julian Hayes, ATH Derrick Milton, ATH Denzeil Warner, CB Corey Trim, and RB Tyree Bracken. 

Martin was outstanding at both Passing Quarterback for Coach Sonny Detmer and Coach John Fourcade and also for Wide Receiver Coach Wesley Walker. Tusan, from Euless-Trinity, Texas, played Cornerback at the Top Gun Camp and he was one of the best Cover Cornerbacks in his skills camp for Cornerback Coach Bobby Jackson. Bracken was Outstanding catching the Football for Running Backs Coach Leon Bray and he ran the Fastest Forty of any of all of the Skill Players with a 4.37 Forty. Ronald Martin ran a 4.0 Flat Pro-Shuttle and had a 39.5-Inch  Vertical Jump.

Odell Beckham Jr, Ronald Martin, Corey Trim, Ameer Abdullah, and Denzeil Warner were outstanding for the whole 2010 Max Emfinger Super Elite Top Gun Camp as they all made impossible catches, time and time again. In fact, Martin and Beckham made numerous one-handed catches that even had our coaches impressed.

Martin (#26) and Beckham (#43) at the 2010 Super Elite Top Gun Camp were in the Same Recruiting Class and both signed with LSU. Beckham started as a True Freshman in 2011 and was a Freshman All-American. Beckham was also Selected as an NFL First Round Draft Choice by The New York Giants in The 2014 NFL Draft and after a Very Impressive 2014 NFL Scouting Combine.

Trim and Abdullah were Incredible at Cover Cornerback on Defense in the Max Emfinger 2010 Super Elite Combine Camp. Abdullah Signed with Nebraska and Trim Signed with Louisiana Lafeyette and both became Super-Stars.

Hayes and Junior Tyree Bracken were the most impressive running backs. Marlin Lane was very impressive at times, at the Super Combine Camp, but he was still slowed by his Junior Knee Injury and he was still in rehab on it. Bracken with the fastest forty time was unbelievable at times in catching the football, coming out of the backfield. Milton recorded the best Vertical Jump when he jumped 41-Inch Vertical Jump. Milton also recorded a 125-inch Standing Broad Jump.

Hayes, made some incredible plays and he weighed 228 pounds when he ran a 4.52 Forty. Out of all of the great performances, Hayes was voted by the Top Gun Coaches as the MVP of the Super Elite Top Gun Skills Camp.

On Nebraska 2015, Pro-Day, Ameer Abdullah was pretty Incredible as he is the only player to accomplish most of the same Incredible Times that he recorded in 2010 at the Super Elite Combine as he recorded an Incredible 42.5 Vertical Jump, an equally Incredible 3.95 Shuttle, and a great 130 Standing Broad Jump.

The 29 Reps on Bench Press by Abdullah was also Outstanding at Nebraska Pro-Day and he also  did a very good 4.45 Forty in preparation for being another #1 Draft Choice from our 2010 Super Elite Combine and Camp.

Two Super-Stars from the 2010 All-American Bowl Game were TE Will Tye (6-2, 257, 4.57, 31.5, 4.54, 112) of Florida State and Stony Brook and SS Sam Carter of TCU. Both Tye and Carter were MVP’s in the 2010 All-American Bowl Game, but both of their situations changed after they left our 2010 All-American Bowl Game as MVP.

Tye #44 was an MVP Tight End on the East Team and he Signed with Florida State, but Transferred after two years to Stony Brook and has been outstanding for Three Years. Tye could become a High Draft Choice with his Incredible Measurables.

Carter was a Quarterback Super-Star, just like Ronald Martin, in High School and he was the West Team Quarterback MVP in our 2010 All-American Bowl Game. After Carter Signed with TCU, as a Super Athlete, he moved to Strong Safety and was a Super-Star Play-Man for Four Years for the Horned Frogs.

Carter #17, who was an Original Hurricane Katrina Victim, also had Sensational Measurables in High School, recording a 4.5 Forty; a 116 Standing Broad Jump; and a 4.2 Shuttle. Carter Scored an 1200 SAT. At TCU Pro-Day, Carter Recorded a 4.58 Forty; a 31.5  Vertical; a 4.26 Shuttle; and a 112 Standing Broad Jump.

 

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Gordon Wood Cover Story

THE INCREDIBLE
GORDON WOOD STORY!
By Max Emfinger

Personalized Copy Of Coach Of The Century Especially For Max Emfinger!
“Thanks for being a Great Player on The Lions First State Championship and Continuing to be my Friend For Fifty Years.” – Gordon Wood

My Biggest Blessing in High School!

One of My Biggest Blessings and One of My Most Incredible Blessings, Which Includes My Wife Ginger, My Son Eric, and My Grand-Son “Little Max” that I have ever had in my Entire Lifetime of Unbelievable Blessings was when Coach Gordon Wood was “Turned-Down” by San Angelo Central for The Head Football Coaching Job in 1960 and Consequently, became My New Brownwood High School Lion Head Football Coach. 

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