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!


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.


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.


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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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My mission and goal 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. In 2003, 2004, 2005. and 2006, I hosted my Annual 7on7 National Championship. My goal was to get great athletes to one area where I could evaluate them and then help them with college coaches. The only drawback was that college coaches wanted to see the hidden gems in a game-type highlight film and so the 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 Games or practices and so the Game Film is a great tool for the college coaches. In 2005, I hosted my 1st Annual All-American Bowl Game. In nine games in nine years, my wife and I have helped 549 HS football players to get a scholarship that came to our first Bowl Game practice without a single scholarship offer. This also does not count over 1,000 players who we have helped that did not play in our game, including over 100 players in the 2010 Recruiting Season. 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 them, rate them, rank them, and promote them. There will always be "Diamonds in the Rough" to be found. My First Annual Max Emfinger's Super Elite Top Gun Camp was in July of 2010. The Camp was amazing and loaded with unknown and known talent. Many of them were invited to play in our 2011 All-American Bowl Game Classic. 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. Jackson decided to come out early and he became a #1 Draft Choice in the 2010 NFL Draft for the Houston Texans.
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