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Monday, September 17, 2012
05:06 PM - September 17, 2012. Written by BlueJays09
*** This Post is Supposed to be BEFORE The Orioles Game and AFTER the Rays Game...accidentally posted it in BLOG ***

Happ throws complete game allowing only 2 hits in win vs. Royals

Toronto improves to 5-0 in a 9-0 victory vs. Kansas City. J.A Happ was the story of this game only allowing 2 hits in a complete game shutout. The 1st 2 innings were the story again for the Jays as they put up 7 out of 9 runs in those innings. Surprisingly enough, there were no home runs and all runs were by singles and doubles. RBI Singles came from Bautista, Encarnacion, and Sandoval. Ben Zobrist and Justin Morneau were the offensive players of the game, both going 4/4 in the win. Zobrist was 4/4 with 2 RBI, 3 Runs and a double. Morneau was 4/4 with 4 RBI, and 2 doubles.

Happ picked up the win going 6 innings, 2 hits, 0 ER and 0 strikeouts. He had the ball on the ground the entire game and looked fantastic. Bruce Chen was Kansas City's starter and went 1.2 innings allowing 10 hits and 7 runs. Coleman allowed the other 2 runs on 6 hits in 4 innings of relief.

The Blue Jays (5-0) will face the Orioles (4-1) in Baltimore. Wei-Yin Chen (1-0) will take the mound for the home team while Ricky Romero (1-0) will pitch for Toronto. Baltimore's only loss came to Toronto in a 13-0 beat down. Baltimore will look to come back hard in game 2. Colby Rasmus is back in the lineup and in CF after his rest day. Omar Vizquel will start at SS, giving Yunel Escobar a day off
Dynasty: BlueJays09
05:02 PM - September 17, 2012. Written by BlueJays09

Romero throws a 1 hitter vs. Baltimore in a 3-0 Win

For the 2nd game in a row pitching has been the key for Toronto. This game Baltimore kept Toronto's bats relatively quiet only allowing 3 runs rather than 13 last game out, but they could only muster 1 hit against Romero. The first run of the game came in the 1st on a Encarnacion Sacrifice Fly and that would be all until the 4th when Colby Rasmus hit his 3rd home run of the season, solo shot and Omar Vizquel hit a RBI single to make it 3-1. Rasmus had a good game defensively robbing Adam Jones of a home run in the 1st. Omar Vizquel made a fantastic diving play in the 4th, but would injure himself and would have to leave the game.

Ricky Romero was the best performer in this game going 5 innings only allowing 1 hit, 0 runs, and struck out 5. Chen also went 5 innings for Baltimore allowing 3 runs on 11 hits and striking out 1. Sergio Santos recorded a perfect 6th to get the save.

Omar Vizquel was placed on the 15 day DL with shoulder stiffness and will be out around 20 days. He wasn't expected to get much playing time anyways, so look for Casilla to backup the infield for the time being. The Jays will not call up anyone from AAA and play with 24 players.

Toronto (6-0) will face Seattle (3-3) now in Toronto at Rogers Center, where James McDonald (1-0) will face off against Jason Vargas (0-1) for the Mariners. This is their 1st meeting of the season and Toronto will look to continue their exceptional play
Dynasty: BlueJays09
Sunday, September 16, 2012
09:13 PM - September 16, 2012. Written by BlueJays09

Encarnacion after his game tying solo home run in the 2nd

Toronto beats Tampa 10-1 and that now marks the 3rd game out of 4 that they have put up 10 or more runs. The game started with a Joyce RBI single to put Tampa ahead 1-0. Edwin Encarnacion put the Jays on the board with a solo home run, his 1st of the season to tie it at 1's. Next inning was a slug fest as the Jays chased Moore out of the game when Zobrist hit a RBI single with the bases loaded, and then Bautista hit a bases clearing 3 RBI double to open the flood gates. RBI singles by Encarnacion, Rasmus, a RBI double by Morneau and a 2 run home run by Maldonado (1st of the year) would close the scoring and that would be all she wrote.

Carlos Villanueva was OK in the victory going 4 innings allowing 4 hits, 1 ER and 2 walks white striking out 5. Brad Lincoln came in and pitched the final 2 innings of shutout ball. Matt Moore was dealing until that 3rd inning. His final line was 2 innings pitched, 8 hits, 8 ER, while Peralta allowed the final 2 runs in 3 innings. Edwin Encarnacion was named player of the game going 2/3, HR, 2RBI, 2R. Jose Bautista now has a RBI in each game this season bringing his total to 11 in the 1st 4 games.

The next game for Toronto will be in Kansas City vs. the Royals as they will continue to keep their impressive season going. Bruce Chen will pitch for Kansas and he will be facing lefty J.A Happ for Toronto. It looks like Colby Rasmus will get a day off vs. Kansas. Alexi Casilla will make his 1st start vs. the lefty batting 9th and playing 2nd. Bautista will move to LF, Zobrist to RF and Revere to CF.
Dynasty: BlueJays09
02:38 PM - September 16, 2012. Written by jhendricks316
Somehow, the Spartans are not a unanimous #1 in the nation. Could a shutout of rival Indiana change pollsters' minds?

Michigan State Spartans at Indiana Hoosiers
#1 Michigan State Spartans (6-0 (2-0))102197-47
Indiana Hoosiers (1-5 (0-3))0000-0
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense493140
Rushing Yards27831
Passing Yards215109
First Downs239
Punt Return Yards790
Kick Return Yards3855
Total Yards610195
3rd Down Converstion6/123/15
4th Down Conversion2/31/3
2-Point Conversion0/00/0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals5-10-0
Posession Time16:1511:45
Dynasty: jhendricks316
01:32 PM - September 16, 2012. Written by jhendricks316
Michigan State played their unprecedented 2nd "Game of the Century". As #1, they defeated then #2 Alabama in Week 1. However, #2 Wisconsin was a much tougher opponent on the road. Though the Spartans spent most of the game behind, they used overtime to keep their #1 ranking.

Michigan State Spartans at Wisconsin Badgers
#1 Michigan State Spartans (5-0 (1-0))14307327
#2 Wisconsin Badgers (3-1 (0-1))71700-24
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense291320
Rushing Yards166-6
Passing Yards125326
First Downs1411
Punt Return Yards1936
Kick Return Yards9849
Total Yards408405
3rd Down Converstion2/128/15
4th Down Conversion1/50/0
2-Point Conversion0/00/0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2-10-1
Posession Time15:0312:57
Scoring Summary
5:52(MSU) M. Hicks, 75 YD INT Return (M. Sadler Kick)70
3:49(WIS) I. Williams, 65 YD Pass from D. O'Brien (K. French Kick)77
0:00(MSU) L. Bell, 19 YD Run147
6:21(WIS) J. Duckworth, 80 YD Pass from D. O'Brien (K. French Kick)1414
4:48(WIS) I. Williams, 40 YD Pass from D. O'Brien (K. French Kick)1421
1:46(MSU) M. Sadler, 43 YD FG1721
0:00(WIS) K. French, 19 YD FG1724
0:36(MSU) N. Hill, 3 YD Run (M. Sadler Kick)2424
--(MSU) M. Sadler, 21 YD FG2724
Dynasty: jhendricks316
Saturday, September 15, 2012
10:34 PM - September 15, 2012. Written by Gcooksey33
New York, NY- We have seen this movie before, and unfortunately it seems to have the same ending to it all to often. Another week has brought another late comeback attempt from the Browns. Unfourtunatley that same comeback effort has had the same result. It ended with the Browns coming up on the short end. This time in the form of a 24-14 loss to the New York Giants.
ďI think we fought hard and showed a strong effort as far as keeping the game as close as we could and giving ourselves a chance in this oneĒ said head coach Greg Cooksey. ďThat said we have to be able to put the ball in the end zone, we canít settle for field goals when we have the ball on the goal line or at the five yard line and expect to win. Thatís what happened today. They got the ball in the red zone and scored touchdowns, we got the ball in the red zone and got field goals all except for once and that proved to be the difference.
The first quarter struggles for the Browns continued this week as they quickly went three and out on their first two possessions. The Giants also had two quick possessions to start, however on their third possession they produced a drive that ended with a 34 yard touchdown pass from Eli Manning to Victor Cruz giving the Giants a 7-0 lead with 1:41 left in the first quarter.
The Browns finally scored in the first half for the first time since their week 2 win versus the Bengals when Phil Dawson booted a 38 yard field goal to make it a 7-3 game. Then late in the second quarter the Browns drove into the Giants red zone however, they were suffocated by the Giants defense and as a result had to settle for another Dawson field goal as time expired in the first half and the Browns were within 1 of the Giants at 7-6.
The Browns had the ball to begin the second half but could do nothing with it while the Giants responded with a drive that lead to a 1 yard touchdown run by rookie running back David Wilson to put the Giants up 14-6. ďThat really killed our momentum. We believed that we were in a great position coming into the second half in that we had just finished up a drive were we had scored and we felt we had a chance to really control this game coming into the second half. When we could do nothing with the ball and the Giants followed that up by scoring that really hurt usĒ. Coach Cooksey said of the drive.
The third quarter ended with Phil Dawson missing a 54 yard field goal and the Giants had the lead after three quarters 14-6. A six yard touchdown run from Amhad Bradshaw gave the Giants a 21-6 lead that all but put the Browns away with 4:20 remaining in the 4th quarter. The Browns tried another run at a late comeback for the second week in a row when Brandon Weeden connected with Josh Gordon for a five yard touchdown pass with: 40 seconds to play in the game. The Browns converted on a two point conversion and cut the lead to 21-14.
They then failed to pick up an onside kick and 15 seconds later Lawrence Tynes put the game away with a 28 yard field goal increasing the lead to 24-14 with: 25 seconds left. The Browns would try to put something together, however with little time left to play and no timeoutís it was not to be. Jason Pierre-Paul sacked Brandon Weeden as time ran off the clock.
The Browns record has not dropped to 1-4 while the Giants improve to 5-0
Quick Hits
Terms have not been disclosed but rumor has it the Browns will announce tomorrow that they have inked kicker Phil Dawson to a new three year deal. If itís true then that means Dawson should be ending his career as a Cleveland Brown. Itís also rumored that TE Ben Watson, Punter Reggie Hodges, and fullback Brock Bolen who the Browns signed the last week of training camp to replace Owen Maricic who was cut, will get extentions in the near future.
It looks as if the Colt McCoy saga that has been going on over the last couple weeks has reached its conclusion for now. Nether McCoy or Cooksey will talk about it, although Cooksey did other teams have inquired about McCoy but so far there have been no offers that would be in the teamís best interests. You may remember McCoy spouted off his displeasure about how he is being used after the 63-5 loss to Buffalo and said he would like Cooksey to ether trade or release him. When asked last week he said he stood by how he felt because he thought he could contribute to the team.
Next week the Browns will return home to take on the Cincinnati Bengals. The last time the Bengals and Browns meet was week 2 and the Browns won 13-3. They will once again be looking for their first home win of the season and first home win of the coach Cooksey era. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m.
Dynasty: Gcooksey33
07:12 PM - September 15, 2012. Written by Von Jenkins

(Philadelphia, PA) The Eagles are coming off one of the most disappointing seasons in history. After claims of being the "Dream Team," the franchise ended the 2011-12 season at 8-8. Philadelphia Eagles owner, Jeff Lurie, has publicly said, "the team must do better." The owner's comments were untimely as it appears that Andy Reid is on the hot seat. Reid had family tragedy strike during just recently with the death of a son.

There are tons of questions needing to be answered. Will Vick stay healthy? Will Jeremy Maclin develop into a dominate receiver? Will the defense be as good as advertised?

The Eagles made a few moves the last few days. Andy Reid and Michael Vick wanted to bring in Terrell Owens. T.O. looked good and the Eagles signed him to a one year deal. DeMarcus Van **** was brought in to bring some young blood into the secondary. Andy Reid told us, "The team is very excited to compete this year. This is the best I have felt in many years."
Dynasty: Von Jenkins
05:39 PM - September 15, 2012. Written by jhendricks316
A highly-anticipated matchup between rivals MSU and Notre Dame didn't impress, as Michigan State never stopped scoring.

Michigan State Spartans at Notre Dame Fighting Irish
#1 Michigan State Spartans (4-0)2113611-51
#11 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (1-2)7300-10
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense541282
Rushing Yards35519
Passing Yards186263
First Downs2815
Punt Return Yards3910
Kick Return Yards51117
Total Yards631409
3rd Down Converstion5/103/10
4th Down Conversion2/20/0
2-Point Conversion1/20/0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2-20-1
Posession Time18:339:27
Dynasty: jhendricks316
03:13 PM - September 15, 2012. Written by BlueJays09

Bautista celebrates after his Grand Slam. He hit 2 HR and drove in 5 RBI

Toronto exploded for the 2nd time in 3 games beating the Orioles 13-0 Most of the damage was done in the 1st 2 innings as Jose Bautista hit 2 home runs, 1 solo shot and 1 grand slam for his 2nd and 3rd home runs of the season. He drove in 5 of the 10 RBI in those 2 innings. "I feel great out there. I am seeing pitches and making good cuts" says Bautista after the game. Also highlighting the 1st 2 innings was Pablo Sandoval who hit a 3 run home run, his 1st with his new team. He finished with 4 RBI on the night. Justin Morneau, Edwin Encarnacion, and Ben Revere all went 3/4 on the night with 1, 2, and 0 RBI respectfully.

AJ Burnett pitched a gem in his 1st game back as a member of the Blue Jays going 4 innings allowing 3 hits and 0 ER while striking out 2 in the win. Oliver, and Carpenter both had shutout innings for Toronto as well. For Baltimore, Hammel allowed 4 of the runs in 1 inning pitched, Saunders allowed 6 runs in 1 inning, and O'Day allowed the last 3 runs in 2.2 innings of work in the loss for Baltimore.

Toronto (3-0) now faces Tampa Bay (1-2) at home in Rogers Center where they will look to make it 4 straight wins to start the season. They have outscored their opponents 27 to 2 in the 1st 3 games and look unstoppable. Carlos Villanueva will take the mound for Toronto while rookie Matt Moore will pitch for Tampa.
Dynasty: BlueJays09

Jose Bautista Solo HR in the 3rd was the difference in the Blue Jays 3-2 victory

Jose Bautista proved to be the difference maker in the Home Opener vs. the Red Sox. The Jays got out to a quick 2-0 lead in the 1st when Jose got a run home with a force out and a error by David Ortiz led to Bautista scoring. In the 3rd inning Bautista was at it again as he hit a solo home run, his 1st of the season to make it 3-0. The Red Sox put their 1st run across in the 5th off a RBI single by Will Middlebrooks. With Sergio Santos in to close it out in the 6th, Pedro Ciriaco hit a RBI single and then the bases were loaded. Santos however, pulled it together to strike out Sands, and get Ciriaco to pop out to 2nd to save the game.

Bautista was the player of the game going 1/2, HR, 2RBI, R, and Encarnacion went 2/2 with a Run in the victory. Ben Revere went 1/3, R, and a Stolen Base (his 2nd in 2 games from lead-off). James McDonald was lights out for the 1st 3 innings until he allowed the base hit RBI by Middlebrooks going 4.2 innings allowing 4 hits and 1 ER. He struck out 4 batters in the process. Buchholtz went 5 innings allowing 6 hits and 2 ER in the loss.

The Blue Jays will now face the Orioles at home in Rogers Center. AJ Burnett will take the mound for Toronto while Jason Hammel will be his opponent.
Dynasty: BlueJays09
12:59 AM - September 15, 2012. Written by Von Jenkins

(Durham, NC) Duke hires Von Jenkins. Jenkins is very excited about the opportunity of what he described as "a chance to build a dynasty." It should be interesting to see if he continues to coach the defensive back at Duke like Nick Saban, Alabama head coach.

Von Jenkins Bio:
  • Graduated at the University of Arkansas (Psychology)
  • Played four years for the Razorbacks (2006-10)
  • As a player, won two national titles (2007, 2009)
  • Defensive Backs coach at the University of Arkansas (2010-12)
  • Hired at Duke University (8/1/2012)
Dynasty: Von Jenkins
Friday, September 14, 2012
07:51 PM - September 14, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 10, 2013
12Alabama (40)501504
23Florida State (21)401425
68South Carolina401187
813Notre Dame60983
114Kansas State31826
1717Virginia Tech51582
1819NC State41501
19--Miami (FL)50446
2122Texas A&M32371
23--Georgia Tech31267

NCAA Football Rankings - AP Top 25 - Updated: Oct 7, 2013
12Alabama (39)501599
24Florida State (24)401439
36Auburn (1)401388
43Notre Dame (1)601337
79South Carolina401188
127Kansas State31745
1719Virginia Tech51526
1824Miami (FL)50507
2022NC State41451
22--Texas A&M32269
25--Georgia Tech31243

Matchup Preview *|* October 12, 2013
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
(4-2, 2-1 Away)
Rice Owls
(1-4, 0-2 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
1406Total Yards2358
1226Total Offensive Yards1642
896Passing Yards1147
330Rushing Yards495
12.6Points Per Game19.4
6Passing TD9
2Rushing TD4
55First Downs88
23Red Zone Attempts13
7-2Red Zone TD-FG10-0
39%Red Zone Percentage76%
Defensive Stats Comparison
1492Total Yards Allowed2452
1213Passing Yards Allowed1708
279Rushing Yards Allowed744
58Points Allowed172
4Fumble Recoveries0
9.7Points Per Game34.4
24Red Zone Attempts28
6-1Red Zone TD-FG16-4
29%Red Zone Percentage71%
Injury Report
No Injuries
Michael Kutzler, LB (Forearm Fracture)
Out for season

Justin Warrem, OT (Dislocated Knee)
Four Weeks
Game Notes
Second meeting, first as conference opponents. UTSA leads series 1-0.
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
07:14 PM - September 14, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
A very dominant defensive performance by UTSA today as they shutout the Arizona Wildcats, 14-0. The defensive was very active in creating turnovers which the offense converted two of them into touchdowns. UTSA is now 4-2 (3-0), and they travel to Houston to face Rice next week.

Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners at Arizona Wildcats
Oct 5, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners (3-2)770014
Arizona Wildcats (2-2)00000
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense240217
Rushing Yards49103
Passing Yards191114
First Downs1113
Punt Return Yards105
Kick Return Yards2338
Total Yards273260
3rd Down Converstion3-122-12
4th Down Conversion0-01-3
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals6-2-02-0-0
Posession Time7:5412:06
Scoring Summary
3:00(UTSA) Kam Jones, 7 Yd pass from Eric Soza (Sean Ianno kick)70
1:24(UTSA) Jones, 5 Yd pass from Soza (Ianno Kick)140
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
Eric Soza14/2519120
David Glasco19412.10
Eric Soza482.00
Brandon Freeman59719.40
Kenny Harrison44010.00
Kam Jones3279.02
Nate Shaw188.00
David Glasco11919.00
Drew Phillips40
Darius Anderson30
Nate Leonard21
James Bakke11
Nic Johnston81.000
Jeremy Hall70.000
Triston Wade70.010
Darrien Starling50.020
Cody Rogers40.010
Steven Kurfehs40.000
Alondre Thorn40.000
Erik Brown40.000
Tyler Foster30.000
Richard Burge20.000
Joseph Lizcano20.000
William Ritter20.000
Ashaad Mabry10.000
Jason Neill00.000
Xaviar Archangel00.000
Sean Ianno0/02/220
Kristian Stern832540.60
Erik Brown12323.00
Kam Jones11010.00
Arizona Wildcats
Alex Cappellini13/2711404
Kylan Butler20552.70
Alex Cappellini8435.30
Jared Baker1-5-5.00
Richard Morrison11010.00
Kylan Butler4338.20
Austin Hill4338.20
Richard Morrison44310.70
Michael Cooper155.00
Eric Bender-Ramsay30
Mickey Baucus30
Chris Putton30
Fabbians Ebbele10
Dan Pettinato61.000
Devin Gordon51.000
Kirifi Taula30.000
Jonathan McKnight30.000
Tramayne Bondurant30.000
Derrick Rainey30.000
C.J. Dozier20.000
Adam Hall20.000
Sione Tuihalamaka20.000
Cortez Johnson20.000
Marquis Flowers10.000
Daniel Williams10.000
Jourdon Grandon10.000
Jamar Allah10.000
Antwain Kennedy0/00/000
Antwain Kennedy624841.30
Austin Hill23819.00
Richard Morrison155.00
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
10:40 AM - September 14, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 30, 2013
11USC (39)401503
23Alabama (21)501476
34Florida State (1)301402
46Kansas State301345
810South Carolina301130
1321Notre Dame50680
1719Virginia Tech41535
1817Michigan State22496
1915NC State31370
2218Texas A&M32257
24--Texas Tech31205

NCAA Football Rankings - AP Top 25 - Updated: Sep 30, 2013
11USC (42)401602
23Alabama (21)501554
37Notre Dame (1)501553
44Florida State (1)301492
710Kansas State301255
912South Carolina301089
1718Michigan State22483
1923Virginia Tech41406
2122Texas Tech31319
2220NC State31248
24--Miami (FL)40223

Matchup Preview *|* October 5, 2013
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
(3-2, 1-1 Away)
Arizona Wildcats
(2-2, 0-2 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
1133Total Yards2238
986Total Offensive Yards1633
705Passing Yards775
281Rushing Yards858
12.4Points Per Game25.5
4Passing TD9
2Rushing TD4
44First Downs82
17Red Zone Attempts11
5-2Red Zone TD-FG6-3
41%Red Zone Percentage81%
Defensive Stats Comparison
1275Total Yards Allowed1100
1099Passing Yards Allowed641
176Rushing Yards Allowed459
58Points Allowed118
3Fumble Recoveries0
11.6Points Per Game29.5
22Red Zone Attempts14
6-1Red Zone TD-FG8-0
31%Red Zone Percentage57%
Injury Report
No Injuries
Daniel Jenkins, HB (Complete ACL tear)
Out for season

Ka'deem Carey, HB (Broken Thumb)
One week

Rob Hankins, LB (Foot Fracture)
Out for season
Game Notes
First meeting.
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
10:08 AM - September 14, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
Another solid defensive effort for UTSA has lead to their third consecutive victory, 14-7 over Florida International. The win brings the Roadrunners to 3-2 (3-0) on the season. Cornerback, Jeremy Hall, scored a touchdown on an interception return late in the first half and allowed UTSA to take a 7-0 halftime lead. Quarterback Eric Soza tacked on another score on a nine yard pass to Kenny Harrison to take a 14-0 lead. Shortly after extending the lead, Jake Medlock connected on a 70 yard touchdown pass to Willis Wright to bring the score to 14-7, and the UTSA defense would hold steady from there. One impressive stat for the Roadrunner defense: Negative 79 rushing yards allowed. What an impressive day for this team.

Florida International Golden Panthers at Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
Sep 28, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Florida International Golden Panthers (1-2)00707
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners (3-2)077014
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense157266
Rushing Yards-7955
Passing Yards236211
First Downs109
Punt Return Yards233
Kick Return Yards5334
Total Yards233303
3rd Down Converstion5-147-16
4th Down Conversion1-40-2
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4-0-04-1-0
Posession Time12:207:40
Scoring Summary
0:15(UTSA) Jeremy Hall, returned interception 42 Yds (Sean Ianno kick)07
1:56(UTSA) Kenny Harrison, 9 Yd pass from Eric Soza (Ianno kick)014
1:14(FIU) Willis Wright, 70 Yd pass from Jake Medlock (William Hicks kick)714
Florida International Golden Panthers
Jake Medlock17/3623613
Jake Medlock9-121-13.40
Shane Coleman8101.20
Kedrick Rhodes4307.50
Zach Schaubhut122.00
Willis Wright614724.51
Dominique Rhymes5438.60
Ya'keem Griner22110.50
Shane Coleman2126.00
Zach Shaubhut2136.50
Jamie Collmar21
Mike Hill10
Jordan White10
Darrius Davis11
Austin Tottle10
Isame Faciane71.000
Jose Cheeseborough50.000
Josh Glanton40.000
Cain Elliott40.000
Paul Crawford41.000
Luis Rosado20.000
Aaron Nielsen20.000
Justin Halley20.010
Terrance Taylor10.000
Larvez Mars10.000
Jordan Davis10.000
Jerrico Lee10.000
William Hicks0/01/110
William Hicks418245.51
Jose Cheeseborough13030.00
Sam Miller12323.00
Jose Cheeseborough3237.60
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
Eric Soza14/3121111
David Glasco18422.30
Eric Soza7131.80
Kam Jones69716.10
Brandon Freeman34113.60
Kenny Harrison23718.51
Jeremiah Moeller11111.00
Nate Shaw155.00
David Glasco12020.00
Scott Inskeep40
Nate Leonard41
Drew Phillips31
Darius Anderson10
James Bakke10
Steven Kurfehs102.000
Jeremy Hall90.011
Cody Rogers80.000
Triston Wade60.010
Tyler Foster50.000
Nic Johnston41.010
Erik Brown30.000
Alondre Thorn20.000
John Walker III10.000
Jason Neill10.000
Lekenwic Haynes10.000
Joseph Lizcano10.000
Darrien Starling10.000
William Ritter11.000
Sean Ianno0/12/220
Kristian Stern522444.80
Erik Brown12020.00
Brandon Freeman11414.00
Kam Jones155.00
Dynasty: thunderstruck81