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Thursday, September 13, 2012
10:43 PM - September 13, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
A very unspectacular offensive game for UTSA usually means a loss, right? Well this time, if you thought that, you would be wrong. The Roadrunners offensive struggles were completely over-shadowed by a phenomenal defensive performance today. UTSA got the 7-0 shutout victory against UAB today, on the strength of David Glasco's five yard touchdown run and a very stingy defense that created four turnovers. Those turnovers included interceptions by Triston Wade, Nic Johnston and the school career interceptions leader, Darrien Starling, and a key fumble recovery by Erik Brown. UTSA will be at home next week to take on new Conference USA cross-division rival Florida International.

UAB Blazers at Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
Sep 21, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
UAB Blazers (0-4)00000
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners (2-2)07007
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense257135
Rushing Yards8026
Passing Yards177109
First Downs177
Punt Return Yards180
Kick Return Yards2123
Total Yards296158
3rd Down Converstion6-121-8
4th Down Conversion1-50-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3-0-04-1-0
Posession Time14:515:09
Scoring Summary
1:19(UTSA) David Glasco, 5 Yd run (Sean Ianno kick)07
UAB Blazers
Jonathan Perry18/3417703
Darrin Reaves0/1000
Darrin Reaves14523.70
Jonathan Perry540.80
Greg Franklin4112.70
Tamar Mickens362.00
Steve Pickren177.00
Jackie Williams67412.30
Greg Clark3237.60
Nyiakk Height22311.50
Kennard Backman2147.00
Jay Davis22512.50
Bud Pruitt188.00
Steve Pickren177.00
Darrin Reaves133.00
Uneik Crumbley30
Wesley Carter11
Brian O'Leary11
John Hix10
DeQuindre Adams40.000
Larry Pettaway30.000
Kelton Brackett30.000
Deric Scott31.000
Mickey Jackson20.000
Joel Rust20.000
Connor Boyett10.000
Diaheem Watkins11.000
Lamarcus Farmer10.000
Destin Challenger10.000
Ty Long0/00/000
Ty Long14848.00
Jamrious Crusoe12121.00
Jackie Williams2189.00
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
John Simmons9/1610900
Eric Soza0/2000
David Glasco10272.71
John Simmons3-3-1.00
Eric Soza122.00
Kam Jones33913.00
Brandon Freeman2189.00
Kenny Harrison122.00
Jeremiah Moeller11616.00
David Morgan11515.00
David Glasco11919.00
Scott Inskeep10
Darius Anderson10
Nate Leonard10
Cody Rogers80.000
Steven Kurfehs70.000
Erik Brown60.000
Nic Johnston40.010
Cole Hubble40.000
Darien Starling40.010
Triston Wade40.010
Jason Neill30.000
William Ritter30.000
Tyler Foster31.000
Alondre Thorn30.000
Jeremy Hall30.000
Richard Burge31.000
Brian Woods10.000
Lekenwic Haynes10.000
Sean Ianno0/01/110
Kristian Stern626644.31
Brandon Freeman12323.00
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
08:22 PM - September 13, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
UTSA's defense had so much built up anger after performing horribly against New Mexico and Oklahoma State, they just had to take it out on somebody. Unfortunately for Marshall, it just happened to be them. The offense woke up for the Roadrunners as David Glasco found the endzone on a three yard run midway through the first quarter and the defense held strong ending the first quarter on top 7-0. The game was tied going into halftime, thanks to a 10 yard scramble by Marshall quarterback, Rakeem Cato. The UTSA defense shut Marshall down in the second half though, as key interceptions by Erik Brown and Steven Kurfehs allowed UTSA to capitalize on those mistakes by backup quarterback A.J. Graham. Cato left the game shortly after halftime with an injured arm, which was later found out to be fractured. Other injury news during the game was Marshall running back Travon Van. He left the game with a concussion and will be questionable for next week's game, leaving them down to third string running back, Tyrone Jackson. Early in the third quarter, Sean Ianno tacked on a 17 yard field goal to give UTSA the lead for good, and then quarterback Eric Soza took over from there. Soza threw three, second half touchdown passes. The first was a 16 yarder to Kam Jones, the second a 12 yard strike to Kenny Harrison and the third was a 30 yard bomb to Jones. On an additional note, linebacker Steven Kurfehs set a new school record for interceptions in one game.

Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners at Marshall Thundering Herd
Sep 14, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners (1-2)7017731
Marshall Thundering Herd (0-3)07007
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense293210
Rushing Yards6435
Passing Yards229175
First Downs1211
Punt Return Yards1531
Kick Return Yards090
Total Yards308331
3rd Down Converstion3-12313
4th Down Conversion1-20-3
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals6-3-11-1-0
Posession Time8:4711:13
Scoring Summary
2:46(UTSA) David Glasco, 3 Yd run (Sean Ianno Kick)70
2:41(MRSH) Rakeem Cato, 10 Yd run (Justin Haig Kick)77
3:17(UTSA) Sean Ianno, 17 Yd FG107
1:52(UTSA) Kam Jones, 16 Yd pass from Eric Soza (Ianno Kick)177
0:37(UTSA) Kenny Harrison, 12 Yd pass from Eric Soza (Ianno Kick)247
2:23(UTSA) Kam Jones, 30 Yd pass from Eric Soza (Ianno Kick)317
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
Eric Soza16/2722931
David Glasco21552.61
Eric Soza681.30
Kenny Harrison111.00
Kam Jones711416.22
Kenny Harrison3227.31
Brandon Freeman36822.60
Jeremiah Moeller2168.00
Nate Shaw199.00
Scott Inskeep40
Nate Leonard31
Drew Phillips30
David Morgan30
Darius Anderson10
Steven Kurfehs111.020
Cody Rogers61.000
Triston Wade60.000
Jeremy Hall50.000
Darrien Starling40.000
Erik Brown40.010
Alondre Thorn30.000
Nic Johnston30.000
Cole Hubble20.000
Richard Burge22.000
William Ritter20.000
John Walker III10.000
Tyler Foster10.000
Larry Roach10.000
Leighton Gilbert11.000
Sean Ianno1/14/4717
Kristian Stern521142.20
Kam Jones2157.50
Marshall Thundering Herd
Rakeem Cato10/1310001
A.J. Graham8/287502
Rakeem Cato1190.81
Travon Van461.50
Tyrone Jackson263.00
Jazz King11414.00
Tommy Shuler7608.50
Jake Tyler33411.30
Jazz King35117.00
Craig Wilkins22110.50
Tyrone Jackson133.00
Jermaine Kelson11010.00
Travon Van1-4-4.00
Corey Tenney12
Alex Schooler10
Kevin Williams11
Leon Bowling01
Garrett Scott01
Monterius Lovett50.000
Ra'Shawde Myers50.000
Marques Aiken51.000
Kent Turene40.000
Kevin Grooms40.000
Billy Mitchell40.000
Jeremiah Taylor30.000
Jermaine Holmes20.010
Phillip Warren20.000
Darryl Roberts20.000
T.J. Ross20.000
Evan McKelvey10.000
Amos Leggett10.000
Brandon Sparrow10.000
Justin Haig0/01/110
Justin Haig521242.40
Darryl Roberts36822.60
Travon Van12222.00
Travon Van2189.00
Darryl Roberts2136.50
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
07:32 PM - September 13, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 9, 2013
11USC (36)201500
22Oklahoma (21)101438
34Michigan State (2)201318
45Florida State (1)001259
59Utah (1)301032
711Kansas State20923
1215South Carolina10716
1516Texas A&M20666
1919NC State10522
2121Virginia Tech11385
2222Georgia Tech00385
24--Notre Dame20341
2523Ohio State10341

Matchup Preview *|* September 14, 2013
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
(0-2, 0-1 Away)
Marshall Thundering Herd
(0-2, 0-1 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
364Total Yards1023
292Total Offensive Yards782
156Passing Yards369
136Rushing Yards413
5.0Points Per Game31.5
0Passing TD6
0Rushing TD3
16First Downs47
3Red Zone Attempts10
0-1Red Zone TD-FG9-0
33%Red Zone Percentage90%
Defensive Stats Comparison
651Total Yards Allowed871
511Passing Yards Allowed561
140Rushing Yards Allowed310
44Points Allowed73
1Fumble Recoveries1
22.0Points Per Game36.5
14Red Zone Attempts7
5-1Red Zone TD-FG6-0
42%Red Zone Percentage85%
Injury Report
No Injuries
Tron Martinez-Sprained Wrist
2 Weeks
Game Notes
First Conference USA matchup for UTSA. Also first meeting between Marshall and UTSA.
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
06:53 PM - September 13, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: September 2, 2013
11USC (32)101496
22Oklahoma (21)101407
33Arkansas (6)101341
45Michigan State (1)101212
56Florida State (1)001150
1112Kansas State10807
1516South Carolina10606
1617Texas A&M10573
1919NC State00470
2115Virginia Tech01368
2222Georgia Tech00348
2323Ohio State10309

Heisman Watch - Updated: September 2, 2013
Isaiah CrowellHBGeorgia34 Car, 172 Yds, 3 TD, 3 Rec, 43 Yds
Taylor MartinezQBNebraska21-35, 231 Yds, 15 Car, 92 Yds, 4 Total TD
Malcolm BrownHBTexas16 Car, 106 Yds, 3 Rec, 14 Yds, 3 TD
Paul JohnsonHBArkansas24 Car, 147, Yds, 4 TD
Jordan WynnQBUtah38-64, 574 Yds, 6 TD, 1 Int, 14 Car, 57 Yds, 1 TD
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
06:38 PM - September 13, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
The UTSA Roadrunners fall to Oklahoma State 27-10. Things started out great for UTSA going up 7-0 on a fumble recovery in the endzone by Jeremy Hall. Oklahoma State tied it up early in the second quarter on a short, Jeremy Smith touchdown run. UTSA took control again on a 26 yard field goal on the next possesion. However, Oklahoma State took control from there on out, with Clint Chelf connecting with Matthew McClaren on a 10 yard pass to go up 14-10, and hooking up with Josh Stewart as time expired in the first half to take a 21-10 halftime lead. UTSA came out fired up in the second half, but Jeremy Smith's one yard plunge late in the third quarter seemed to take all the wind out of UTSA's sails.

Oklahoma State Cowboys at Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
Aug 31, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Oklahoma State Cowboys (1-0)0216027
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners (0-2)730010
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense365135
Rushing Yards9437
Passing Yards27198
First Downs166
Punt Return Yards450
Kick Return Yards6743
Total Yards477178
3rd Down Converstion2-103-13
4th Down Conversion1-10-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals7-4-02-0-1
Posession Time12:437:17
Scoring Summary
0:28(UTSA) Jeremy Hall, fumble recovery in endzone (Sean Ianno Kick)07
4:45(OKST) Jeremy Smith, 3 Yd run (Bobby Stonebraker Kick)77
2:27(UTSA) Sean Ianno, 26 Yd FG710
1:50(OKST) Matthew McClaren, 10 Yd pass from Clint Chelf (Bobby Stonebraker Kick)1410
0:00(OKST) Josh Stewart, 2 Yd pass from Clint Chelf (Bobby Stonebraker Kick)2110
1:37(OKST) Jeremy Smith, 1 Yd run (missed kick)2710
Oklahoma State Cowboys
Clint Chelf23/3027121
Joseph Randle19562.90
Jeremy Smith4358.72
Clint Chelf1-1-1.00
Greg Guidry155.00
Jon Johnson1-1-1.00
Matthew McClaren5346.81
Josh Stewart510621.21
Joseph Randle55310.60
Charlie Moore3175.60
Andy Hawkins34515.00
Brandon Sheperd155.00
Kevin Johnson11111.00
Brandon Webb20
Eli Dickerson20
Terrell Wallace10
Jake Jenkins10
Parker Graham10
Caleb Lavey40.000
Kaleb Cusak31.000
Daytavvion Lowe20.000
Joe Mitchell20.000
Zack Craig20.000
Christian Littlehead20.000
Justin Gilbert20.000
Terrence Moore20.000
Derek McCoy10.000
Larry Stephens10.000
Deion Imade10.000
Anthony Rogers10.000
Bobby Stonebraker0/03/430
Bobby Stonebraker626243.63
Jeremy Smith24723.50
Joseph Randle12020.00
Joseph Randle5459.00
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
Eric Soza8/299800
David Glasco11232.00
Eric Soza492.20
Kenny Harrison155.00
Brandon Freeman24723.50
Kam Jones2157.50
Nate Shaw2 147.00
Kenny Harrison22211.00
Drew Phillips40
Nate Leonard20
Scott Inskeep11
Darius Anderson10
David Morgan11
Triston Wade160.000
Steven Kurfehs110.000
Jeremy Hall90.011
Erik Brown50.000
Darrien Starling40.000
Alondre Thorn30.000
Nic Johnston30.000
Cody Rogers20.000
Brian Woods20.000
Cole Hubble10.000
Joseph Lizcano10.000
John Walker III10.000
William Ritter10.000
Ashaad Mabry10.000
Tyler Foster10.000
Sean Ianno1/11/1427
Kristian Stern938342.51
Erik Brown12121.00
Brandon Freeman12222.00
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
05:14 PM - September 13, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: August 26, 2013
11USC (39)001503
22Oklahoma (21)001428
33Arkansas (1)001356
55Michigan State001216
66Florida State001149
1212Kansas State00781
1515Virginia Tech00621
1616South Carolina00570
1717Texas A&M00522
1919NC State00430
2222Georgia Tech00305
2323Ohio State00267

Heisman Watch - Updated: August 26, 2013
Isaiah CrowellHBGeorgiaNo Stats
Taylor MartinezQBNebraskaNo Stats
Malcolm BrownHBTexasNo Stats
Jordan WynnQBUtah22-40, 251 Yds, 3TD, 6 Car, 32 Yds
Kain ColterQBNorthwesternNo Stats

Injury News

Only one injury during the 3 games in Week 1. Utah loses wide receiver, Dres Anderson, for six weeks with a torn quad. He was injured during the Utes win over Stanford.

Matchup Preview *|* August 26, 2013
Oklahoma State Cowboys
(0-0, 0-0 Away)
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
(0-1, 0-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
0Total Yards186
0Total Offensive Yards157
0Passing Yards58
0Rushing Yards99
0.0Points Per Game0.0
0Passing TD0
0Rushing TD0
0First Downs10
0Red Zone Attempts1
0-0Red Zone TD-FG0-0
0%Red Zone Percentage0%
Defensive Stats Comparison
0Total Yards Allowed286
0Passing Yards Allowed240
0Rushing Yards Allowed46
0Points Allowed17
0Fumble Recoveries0
0.0Points Per Game17.0
0Red Zone Attempts7
0-0Red Zone TD-FG1-1
0%Red Zone Percentage28%
Injury Report
No Injuries
No Injuries
Game Notes
Oklahoma State makes their first trip to the Alamodome to play UTSA. They have been to the Alamodome in the past when they played in the Alamo Bowl.
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
12:07 AM - September 13, 2012. Written by 1NFAMOU5808

The New Era of Excellence

Al Davis IS the Oakland Raiders. Despite being put under a magnifying glass in the latter part of his career, there is no denying what Al Davis meant not just to his Oakland Raiders, but to professional football in whole.

In 2011, Al Davis passed away- leaving the Oakland Raiders in very unfamiliar hands. Mark and Martha Davis, Al Davis' son and wife became owners, Mark Davis knew instantly he needed help.

"With something as big as the Raiders, I knew I needed to get help." Mark said as he rocked a white Raiders' cap forward.

"I consulted with my father's long time friend.. John Madden and Ron Wolf, both told me I needed to get someone in there to get the team back on track." Davis said, with a smile.

That man was a former Raider; Reggie McKenzie. McKenzie was drafted by Al Davis in the 10th Round in 1985, Reggie grasped the mentality of Al Davis and the Oakland Raiders. Working under the very successful Green Bay Packers banner as the Vice President of Player Personnel, McKenzie was heavily referred by ex-Raider and Packer success story Ron Wolf who helped gather talent for the Raiders such as Art Shell and Gene Upshaw.

"Mistah Davis, he was a outlaw." McKenize's thick southern accent said as he nodded. "He took chances, that's how he won all those games. The Raiders are a proud franchise, I plan on continuing where Mistah Davis left-off."

McKenzie is a man of few words- but one man on the roster isn't.


That's Tommy Kelly. An undrafted defensive tackle that was signed in 2004, and since then he's become one of the more outspoken men on the roster-

"Yeah I'm outspoken.. I know I got a chip on my shoulder. When you 6'6" three-twenty, ain't a lot of people that can shut you up."

Tommy Kelly is joined in the Raiders' 4-3 defensive scheme by future Hall of Famer, ex-World Champion with the New England Patriots, Richard Seymour. Acquired via trade, Seymour's impact in Oakland was instantly felt as his influence and leadership on the defensive line. Held as one of the best in the NFL- youngsters Matt Shaughnessy and Lamarr Houston make up the defensive-ends, a very strong front four.

"I've been with the Raiders for a few years and I've always said this team has the chance to be something great. All the speed, all the talent, every year we're capable of going to the big game.. But things don't work out like we'd like."

It doesn't. Aside of leading the NFL in penalties and breaking the record last season- the Oakland Raiders struggle to stay healthy.

"Darren McFadden, Arkansas Razorbacks." spoke the humble voice of one of the most explosive playmakers in the NFL- Darren McFadden.

Nicknamed "Run DMC" due to his constant churning motor, Darren McFadden was a top draft pick but has been plagued with injury.

"Man, I don't even pay attention to that. I run hard, I take shots.. If someone has a way to stay healthy, let me know.. I'd like to hear it. It ain't like I'm fakin' it, if I'm hurt- I'm hurt. When I'm good though, my legs don't stop movin' 'til I'm down.. Dem boys- they know that. I love the fans, I love my team-mates but when it's game-day, I make sure to let'em know we ain't out there to play flag or two hand touch football. I'll run you over.. yeah."

A shot of McFadden hitting ex-Raider, Quentin Groves last preseason is shown, which resulted in a fractured orbital bone.

"I take bein' looked at as a leader on this team seriously. With Carson under center, there ain't nobody we can't beat."

Carson Palmer- a Heisman Winner from USC. Palmer came to Oakland last year after retiring from the Cincinnati Bengals. Palmer refused to play for the Bengals, and after the then starting quarterback for the Raiders; Jason Campbell went down for the season with a broken collarbone- Mark Davis made the move.

"It was a tough decision for us. A lot of the heat is put on Hue Jackson, but it was my call. Hue was comfortable with Boller, he worked with him in Baltimore. I didn't like having just Boller and of course, Terrell who was coming off suspension. After talking it over with John [Madden] and Hue, I decided we'd make a move to see if Carson was available, and he was."

Laat year Carson Palmer threw 13 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. His first game as a Raider came against the Kansas City Chiefs. Already down in the game, Palmer- who was brought in a few days earlier was thrown into the fire and the end result wasn't good.

"Yeah.. I threw a pick six.. I misread a simple Cover 2 defense, the corner jumped the route and took it back."

Palmer had struggled with interceptions his entire career, but he never let it bother him.

"In football you've gotta put the ball where it needs to be. If I see something, I'm taking the chance. My wideouts- between Denarius.. Darrius, Jacoby or even the new kids like Rod and Juron, they've got play-making ability and I'm not gonna waste it, you know?"

After the schedule was released for the 2012-13 season, an interesting match-up between the Raiders and Bengals would go down, marking Palmer's return to Paul Brown Stadium.

"I'm looking forward to the challenge." remarked Palmer. "It's always fun to go back and see if you can beat your old team. Granted I never had to try that before, I'll take the challenge. They've got a talented squad on both sides of the ball- very different than how it looked when I was there.. I wish them the best.. Coach Lewis, all of them."

That game would have to wait though as first, the roster needed to be trimmed for the preseason. The Oakland Raiders have been known as a team to rely primarily on speed. Even an ex- offensive tackle- Bruce Campbell, who was traded to the Carolina Panthers for halfback Mike Goodson ran a 4.4 fourty yard dash.

"Oh I definitely know I'm fast- nobody wants to race me."

One of the fastest men on the roster #12, Jacoby Ford. After battling a foot injury last year, Jacoby Ford wants to take off where his 2011 season ended- a lethal kick returner and a very, very valuable asset in the passing game.

"I tried to coax Darrius into a race, he doesn't want it with me. I almost got Taiwan, he said he doesn't wanna embarrass me.. I've even tried getting DMac, but they all know what's up."

Speed, that was what Al Davis was all about. As former Raiders' head coach Jon Gruden said, Al Davis was a master at drafting and evaluating speed. In Oakland's history, they've had arguably the fastest, most athletically gifted players in history but new head coach- the former Denver Broncos defensive coordinator; Dennis Allen agrees- yet, disagrees with Al Davis' philosophy on players.

"Oh, Al Davis was a genius. He's built three world champion football teams but times change, you know? I'm here to continue Mister Davis' success, but also to put a new spin on the Oakland Raiders. I plan on instilling discipline, focus and making sure that all players under our banner make that commitment to excellence. I don't want it as a figure of speech, I want it to be a reality- something our players really do."

As the youngest head coach in the NFL at 39, Dennis Allen may look like he's inexperienced but he's got a decade of NFL experience under his belt.

"I welcome the challenge. I know last year the Raiders' struggled defensively, that's my area of expertise. To help me change that I brought in Jason Tarver and we're looking to change the foundation that the defense is currently sitting on." Dennis Allen's face was free from emotion- even a smile.

Jason Tarver formerly worked at Stanford, serving as the linebackers coach under then head coach of the Cardinals, Jim Harbaugh. Originally Harbaugh wanted to bring Tarver with him to San Francisco but Tarver declined, returned to Stanford now- finds himself across the bay from his ex-boss.

"Offensively, we retained the service of Al Saunders who's.. possibly one of the greatest offensive minded coaches in the NFL. He's my assistant head coach- he oversees Coach Knapp and the offense."

Greg Knapp isn't a new face to the Oakland Raiders- he served as the offensive coordinator during what the fans call "the dark era" when infamous draft bust; JaMarcus Russell was under center. Being a co-worker with Dennis Allen while working with the Atlanta Falcons, Knapp's second run as offensive coordinator with the Oakland Raiders is completely different- with a veteran signal caller in Carson Palmer, an explosive halfback in Darren McFadden and some of the quickest wide receivers in the NFL in Darrius Heyward-Bey, Denarius Moore and Jacoby Ford, it's hard to see how this wouldn't strike fear into hearts of the opposition.

As the Raiders hit the field for their first day of training camp, the atmosphere is already different. The media who was loosely monitored in previous years are standing in line for press-passes, even ex-players who work as reporters- such as Bill Romanowski notices the differences.

"It's a whole new vibe now. People just can't walk onto the field, they're expected to go through the proper channels which is a good thing."

One massive bomb-shell that dropped from the Raiders' camp however, came in the form of the coaching. One of the most popular and widely respected Raider greats- Tim Brown, a future Hall of Famer who had issues with Al Davis had time and time again volunteered his services to work with the young receiving core, but Al Davis respectfully declined- today though, that changed. As announced via their website, Tim Brown has been brought in as the official coach of the wide receivers.

"It's a great day, not just for me- but for Raider Nation. I get to help these talented guys make the most of their potential. I don't want to be the leader of receptions for the Raiders- I want to see DHB.. Moore.. Ford.. Criner.. Streater- I want these guys to shatter my records, ya know? I want the new generation to go above and beyond what I've managed to accomplish."

Tim Brown isn't the only ex-Raider to get a call for a coaching gig. The Raiders' front office also apparently approached Bill Romanowski to help develop the linebacking corps.

"Yeah I was offered the job, I jumped at it. I can't wait to jump in and get to work with these guys. I know my reputation in the NFL is smudged due to a few petty incidents here and there but that's fine- I plan on using these men as a way to express my inner-anger. I'm gonna ride these guys until they can't take it, I've gotta toughen'em them up- it's what Mister Davis would of wanted." With a smile, Romanowski winked- things would no doubt get interesting at Raider Camp, especially defensively.


As the Raiders prepare for their first preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys, things are slowly beginning to set in that this is a business as much as it is a sport as some cuts are made. Plus, the first look in on new Raiders' coaches- from Dennis Allen, to Greg Knapp.. Jason Tarver- Tim Brown and Bill Romanowski..

Dynasty: 1NFAMOU5808
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
11:16 PM - September 12, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
After going 8-4 last season, UTSA opened on the road against New Mexico and walked away licking their wounds, 17-0. Both teams started out slow, but drove the field to end the first half taking a 7-0 lead on a six yard touchdown pass from David Vega to Andrew Robinson. After halftime, Vega would find Robinson again on a 63 yard bomb through the air to put the Lobos up 14-0. Justus Adams would add on a field goal with 1:57 remaining in the game to put the Roadrunners away. Head Coach, Larry Coker, put the blame squarely on his shoulders. "We just couldn't get going offensively and we had a few minor miscues on defense that led to scores, but other than that, it was a solid defensive effort. They (New Mexico) just played a better game offensively." The win for the Lobos was the first under new coach, Lou Spanos.

Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners at New Mexico Lobos
Aug 24, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners (0-1)00000
New Mexico Lobos (1-0)077317
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense157286
Rushing Yards9946
Passing Yards58240
First Downs1014
Punt Return Yards834
Kick Return Yards2123
Total Yards186343
3rd Down Converstion4-133-10
4th Down Conversion0-11-2
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1-0-07-1-1
Posession Time8:1511:44
Scoring Summary
1:15(UNM) Andrew Robinson, 6 Yd Pass from David Vega (Justus Adams Kick)07
1:12(UNM) Andrew Robinson, 63 Yd Pass from David Vega (Justus Adams Kick)014
1:57(UNM) Justus Adams, 27 Yd FG017
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
Eric Soza9/305801
David Glasco17694.00
Eric Soza6193.10
Nate Shaw11111.00
Jeremiah Moeller3124.00
Kam Jones22512.50
Kenny Harrison273.50
Brandon Freeman11212.00
David Morgan122.00
Scott Inskeep80
Darius Anderson60
Drew Phillips40
James Bakke10
Nic Johnston110.500
Steven Kurfehs91.000
Cody Rogers50.000
Triston Wade40.000
Jeremy Hall40.000
Alondre Thorn40.000
Tyler Foster30.000
Jason Neill20.500
Cole Hubble20.000
Richard Burge20.000
Erik Brown20.000
William Ritter21.000
Lekenwic Haynes10.000
Brian Woods10.000
Sean Ianno0/00/000
Kristian Stern730243.10
Brandon Freeman12121.00
Kam Jones188.00
New Mexico Lobos
David Vega18/2824020
Dustin Walton0/1000
DeMarcus Rogers11373.30
David Vega6-2-0.30
Crusoe Gongbay362.00
Donnie Duncan221.00
Kasey Carrier133.00
Andrew Robinson510921.82
Donnie Duncan2299.60
DeMarcus Rogers3186.00
Andrew Aho35217.30
Derek Sutton11010.00
Sean Allen11010.00
David Georges122.00
Saqwan Edwards11010.00
Calvin McDowney30
Scott Dawson21
Dillon Farrell01
DeMarcus Rogers01
Dallas Bollema60.000
Derek McBride60.000
Richard Winston30.000
Cranston Jones30.000
Fatu Ulale20.000
Jacori Greer20.000
Dante Caro20.010
Tim Foley20.000
Zach Daugherty20.000
Kevin Atkins10.000
Devonta Tabannah10.000
Ryan Santos10.000
Zach Dancel00.000
Justus Adams1/12/2528
Justus Adams522545.01
Tim Foley12323.00
Saqwan Edwards5346.80
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10:16 PM - September 12, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
Matchup Preview *|* August 19, 2013
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
(0-0, 0-0 Away)
New Mexico Lobos
(0-0, 0-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
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0Passing Yards0
0Rushing Yards0
0Points Per Game0
0Passing TD0
0Rushing TD0
0First Downs0
0Red Zone Attempts0
0Red Zone TD-FG0
0Red Zone Percentage0
Defensive Stats Comparison
0Total Yards Allowed0
0Passing Yards Allowed0
0Rushing Yards Allowed0
0Points Allowed0
00Fumble Recoveries0
0Points Per Game0
0Red Zone Attempts0
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Injury Report
No Injuries
No Injuries
Game Notes
First meeting between UTSA and New Mexico.
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
10:07 PM - September 12, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
Bo Daniels, FB, 6-1, 242, Angleton, TX - 1 Star
Rodney Mixon, HB, 6-4, 196, Lamesa, TX - 1 Star
Michael Browne, G, 6-3, 318, Dallas, TX - JUCO 1 Star
Mark Thompson, SS, 6-1, 207, Victoria, TX - 1 Star
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
09:50 PM - September 12, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Aug 24, 2013
1-USC (35)001499
2-Oklahoma (22)001313
3-Arkansas (3)001311
4-Georgia (1)001304
5-Michigan State001252
6-Florida State001157
12-Kansas State00808
15-Virginia Tech00711
16-South Carolina00608
17-Texas A&M00567
19-NC State00474
22-Georgia Tech00284
23-Ohio State00210

Conference Outlook

ACC - Florida State
Big 12 - Oklahoma
Big East - SMU
Big Ten - Michigan State
CUSA - Tulsa
MAC - Ohio
MWC - Fresno State
SEC - Arkansas
Sun Belt - Arkansas State

2013 NCAA 1st Team Pre-Season All-Americans
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBCasey Pachall, TCU6-5226Sr.
HBMalcolm Brown, Texas6-0214Jr.
HBIsaiah Crowell, Georgia5-11216Jr.
WRJosh Boyce, TCU6-0205Sr.
WRJalen Saunders, Fresno State5-9160Sr.
TEJustin Tukes, UCF6-5249Jr.
OLTaylor Lewan, Michigan6-8303Sr.
OLCameron Fleming, Stanford6-6309Jr.
OLKevin Danser, Stanford6-6289Sr.
OLDavid Yankee, Stanford6-5304Jr.
CHroniss Grasu, Oregon6-3294Jr.
DLJ.R. Collins, Virginia Tech6-2254Sr.
DLCassius Marsh, UCLA6-4297Sr.
DLBennie Logan, LSU6-3289Sr.
DLAkeem Spence, Illinois6-1307Sr.
LBJamie Collins, Southern Miss6-3242Sr.
LBChris Borland, Wisconsin5-11252Sr.
LBJimmie Ward, Northern Illinois6-0183Sr.
DBDeron Wilson, Southern Miss5-10177Jr.
DBTyrann Mathieu, LSU5-9176Sr.
DBAvery Cunningham, Central Michigan6-0202Sr.
DBSean Parker, Washington5-10201Sr.
KRoss Krautman, Syracuse5-7162Sr.
PBrad Wing, LSU6-3189Jr.
RSRobert Woods, USC6-1192Sr.

2013 NCAA 2nd Team Pre-Season All-Americans
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBJordan Wynn, Utah6-2209Sr.
HBGiovani Bernard, North Carolina5-10206Jr.
HBRyan Boykin, Ohio6-1224Sr.
WRKeenan Allen, Cal6-3207Sr.
WRNick Harwell, Miami (OH)6-1187Sr.
TEKennard Backman, UAB6-3228Jr.
OLChris Watt, Notre Dame6-3311Sr.
OLTrey Hopkins, Texas6-4299Sr.
OLKevin Graf, USC6-6295Sr.
OLXavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA6-4315Jr.
CDominic Espinosa, Texas6-4300Jr.
DLTony Washington, Oregon6-3265Jr.
DLJackson Jeffcoat, Texas6-5252Sr.
DLTyler Shatley, Clemson6-3297Sr.
DLDaquan Jones, Penn State6-3319Sr.
LBJordan Hicks, Texas6-2237Sr.
LBMichael Stojkovic, North Texas6-2213Jr.
LBSean Duggan, Boston College6-4218Jr.
DBAndrew Green, Nebraska6-0195Sr.
DBNickell Robey, USC5-8165Sr.
DBMarco Nelson, Tulsa6-0192Sr.
DBDemetruce McNeal, Auburn6-2194Sr.
KWilliam Russ, Texas6-4195Jr.
PCason Beatty, Florida State6-3237So.
RSDe'Anthony Thomas, Oregon5-9173Jr.

UTSA Pre-Season All-Conference

Kam Jones, WR - Pre-Season 1st Team All-Conference, CUSA
Jeremiah Moeller, TE - Pre-Season 2nd Team All-Conference, CUSA
Erik Brown, CB - Pre-Season 2nd Team All-Conference, CUSA
Nic Johnston, SS - Pre-Season 2nd Team All-Conference, CUSA
Sean Ianno, K - Pre-Season 2nd Team All-Conference, CUSA
Kristian Stern, P - Pre-Season 2nd Team All-Conference, CUSA

Heisman Watch - Updated: Aug 24, 2013
Isaiah CrowellHBGeorgiaNo Stats
Taylor MartinezQBNebraskaNo Stats
Malcolm BrownHBTexasNo Stats
Jordan WynnQBUtahNo Stats
Kain ColterQBNorthwesternNo Stats
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
09:11 PM - September 12, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
2013 UTSA Roadrunners
54Darius AndersonLG6-0300rJROdessa, TX
5Brandon ArmstrongHB5-6161rJRHumble, TX
80Daniel BakerWR5-11181FRDenison, TX
77James BakkeRG6-4274rJRSouthlake, TX
62Jamie BernalC6-4256rSOTexas City, TX
86Kenny BiasWR6-2165rSOLamesa, TX
26Devon BreauxHB5-11178SOGrambling, LA
10Zach ConqueQB6-3206rFRHeber Springs, AR
7Dane EvansQB6-2204rFRNacogdoches, TX
84Brandon FreemanWR5-10162rJRMission, TX
11David GlascoHB5-10195rJRAldine, TX
68Cody HarrisRT6-5281rJRDeSoto, TX
18Kenny HarrisonWR5-9162rSOKingwood, TX
12Earon HolmesWR6-4176SRRosenberg, TX
79Scott InskeepRT6-5297rJREuless, TX
1Kam JonesWR6-0190rJRCedar Hill, TX
4D'Shaie LandorQB6-0178rFRNatchitoches, LA
55Nate LeonardC6-1283rJRAnderson Mill, TX
9Marcellus MackWR6-0200SRConroe, TX
85Jeremiah MoellerTE6-3221rSRSan Benito, TX
15Josiah MonroeWR5-8180rSOSanta Fe, TX
82David MorganTE6-5226JRFarmers Branch, TX
36Evans OkotchaHB5-9222rSRConverse, TX
13Zack OliverQB6-4238rSONew Orleans, LA
74Drew PhillipsLT6-5268rJRMission Bend, TX
51Payton RionLG6-4285JRLewisville, TX
34Austin RushingTE6-3215rSOMount Pleasant, TX
48Paul RussHB6-0180FRVidor, TX
27Nate ShawFB6-0228rJRCorsicana, TX
16John SimmonsQB6-2192SRJollyville, TX
8Eric SozaQB6-1202rSRFreeport, TX
71Chance VernonLT6-7314rSOConverse, TX
33Joshua WilhiteHB5-9172rFRHuntsville, TX
39Jamaal YoungFB5-10220FRRosenberg, TX
25Eric AgbarojiFS6-1193rSOWaco, TX
35Xaviar ArchangelCB5-10165rSRHumble, TX
57Brandon BoydMLB5-10222rJRCorsicana, TX
17Erik BrownCB5-10186SRLockhart, TX
61Richard BurgeDT6-4273rJRAthens, TX
90Clay CarterDT6-4278FRAltus, OK
28Chad CarterFS6-1175FRPlainview, TX
42Evan DeAngelisCB5-11172SOWoodway, TX
94Mike DeAngelisDT6-2257FRLongview, TX
99Tyler FosterLOLB5-10222SRBeeville, TX
98Leighton GilbertLE6-0277rSOWaco, TX
2Jeremy HallCB5-9196rJRIrving, TX
91Travis HarrisDT6-7247FRClute, TX
37Lekenwic HaynesROLB6-3227rSRWhite Settlement, TX
49Dominique HendersonRE6-4283rJRCoppell, TX
50Cole HubbleMLB6-2232SRSocorro, TX
22Nic JohnstonSS6-2191rJRLongview, TX
44Steven KurfehsMLB6-3228rSRDuncanville, TX
31Joseph LizcanoSS6-0191rSOLake Jackson, TX
97Ashaad MabryDT6-3293JRGraham, TX
58Ferrington MaconDT6-0293rJRPecos, TX
32Matt MayoCB5-9168FRDuncanville, TX
96Jason NeillLE6-3252JRLewisville, TX
40William RitterRE6-2227rSRWeatherford, TX
60Larry RoachDT6-2262FRLaredo, TX
43Cody RogersROLB6-1243rJRBurleson, TX
52Paul SandersMLB6-0207FRDallas, TX
30Mike SchroederSS6-1182FRChannelview, TX
24Darrien StarlingCB5-9181rJRBrownwood, TX
3Alondre ThornCB5-9161rSOSnyder, TX
93Seth TurnerDE6-3251FRRoma, TX
14Triston WadeFS6-0161JRBeaumont, TX
23John Walker IIILOLB6-1223rJRCleveland, TX
46Brian WoodsFS6-0163JRAlamo, TX
92Sean IannoK6-4191rJRPalestine, TX
95Kristian SternP6-0178JRCanyon, TX

UTSA Roadrunners Depth Chart - 2013
Regular Offense
WRKam JonesKenny HarrisonMarcellus Mack
TEJeremiah MoellerDavid MorganAustin Rushing
LTDrew PhillipsChance VernonCody Harris
LGDarius AndersonPayton RionJamie Bernal
CNate LeonardJamie BernalPayton Rion
RGJames BakkeDarius AndersonJamie Bernal
RTScott InskeepCody HarrisChance Vernon
WRBrandon FreemanJosiah MonroeEaron Holmes
QBEric SozaJohn SimmonsZach Conque
FBNate ShawAustin RushingEvans Okotcha
HBDavid GlascoEvans OkotchaBrandon ArmstronNate Shaw
Base 4-3 Defense
LDEJason NeillLeighton GilbertDominique Henderson
LDTRichard BurgeLarry RoachFerrington Macon
RDTAshaad MabryMike DeAngelis
RDEWilliam RitterDominique HendersonLeighton Gilbert
WLBCody RogersLekenwic HaynesJohn Walker III
MLBSteven KurfehsCole HubbleBrandon BoydLekenwic Haynes
SLBTyler FosterJohn Walker IIILekenwic Haynes
CBErik BrownJeremy HallXaviar Archangel
SSNic JohnstonJoseph LizcanoChad Carter
FSTriston WadeBrian WoodsChad Carter
CBDarrien StarlingAlondre Thorn
Special Teams
KSean IannoKristian SternJohn Simmons
PKristian SternSean IannoJohn Simmons
HJohn SimmonsZach Conque
PRKam JonesErik BrownBrandon FreemanKenny Harrison
KRErik BrownBrandon FreemanKenny HarrisonDarrien Starling
LSNate LeonardDrew PhillipsScott Inskeep
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
07:46 PM - September 12, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
Conference Realignment was made official today with Syracuse and Pittsburgh joining the ACC. Syracuse will be in the Atlantic Divsion and Pittsburgh was placed in the Coastal. The new Big East has officially been revealed. Playing in the East Division is Cincinnati, Connecticut, Rutgers, Temple, UCF, and USF. The West Division will be comprised of Boise State, Houston, Louisville, Memphis, SMU and San Diego State. The Big East will not use the protected rivalry format, and the best conference record will host the championship game. Like the Big East, Conference USA revealed it's new look today, and unlike the Big East, they have chosen to use cross-division rivalries. C-USA East will have ECU, FIU, Marshall, Southern Miss, Tulane and UAB. C-USA West is made up of Louisiana Tech, North Texas, Rice, Tulsa, UTEP and UTSA. The cross-division rivalries are as follows: FIU-UTSA, UAB-North Texas, Marshall-Rice, ECU-UTEP, Southern Miss-Tulsa, and Tulane-Louisiana Tech. Best conference record will host the conference championship game. We will have six independent teams this year. Joining Army, BYU, Navy and Notre Dame will be Idaho and New Mexico State. The Mountain West welcomed San Jose State and Utah State into the conference. Texas State is the newest member of the Sun Belt and after many years, the WAC has dissolved as a football conference.
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
07:06 PM - September 12, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
UTSA 2013 Signing Day
UTSA signs 23 to the National Signing Day Class of 2013. The signees include 6 FBS Transfers, 3 JUCO recruits and 14 incoming freshmen. DC/RC John Shannon's first recruiting class ranked 102nd out of 123 schools.

* = Transfer Student

QB Zach Oliver*
QB Dane Evans*
QB D'Shaie Landor*
HB Devon Breaux*
HB Joshua Wilhite*
FS Eric Agbaroji*
CB Mike Schroeder, 1 Star
WR Daniel Baker, 2 Star
DT Mike DeAngelis, 2 Star
CB Chad Carter, 2 Star
DT Larry Roach, 3 Star
DT Travis Harris, 1 Star
DT Clay Carter, 2 Star
CB Matt Mayo, 2 Star
CB Brian Woods, 1 Star
DT Michael Morrow, 1 Star
DE Eric White, 1 Star
HB Paul Russ, 1 Star
SS Paul Sanders, 1 Star
DT Jason Hart, 1 Star
FB Jamaal Young, 1 Star
CB Evan DeAngelis, 1 Star
DE Seth Turner, 1 Star
Dynasty: thunderstruck81
05:56 PM - September 12, 2012. Written by thunderstruck81
UTSA graduated seven players from their 2012 team. DT Franky Anaya, DE's Cory Williams and Marlon Smith, HB Sean Atkins, OG Patrick Hoog, LB Brandon Reeves and WR Sean Luchnick. Two more Roadrunners also left to pursue more playing time at other schools. OG Michael Roberson left to attend Louisiana Tech and LB Blake Terry submitted his paperwork to transfer to LSU. No Roadrunners were selected during the 2013 NFL Draft. UTSA has approved the transfer requests of six players from other FBS programs. QB's Zack Oliver (Northwestern), Dane Evans (Tulsa) and D'Shaie Landor (UL Lafayette), HB's Devon Breaux (Tulane) and Joshua Wilhite (Wake Forest) and FS Eric Agbaroji (Boise State) will join the Roadrunners for the 2013 season and will sit out due to NCAA transfer rules for the season. Oliver and Agbaroji will each have two years of eligbility remaining starting in 2014, while Breaux, Evans, Landor and Wilhite will redshirt and have three years of eligibility remaining starting in 2014.

Players Declaring for Draft

Casey Pachall, QB, TCU
Jordan Wynn, QB, Utah
Knile Davis, HB, Arkansas
James White, HB, Wisconsin
Henry Josey, HB, Missouri
Le'Veon Bell, HB, Michigan State
Spencer Ware, HB, LSU
Ja'Terian Douglas, HB, Tulsa
Trey Watts, HB, Tulsa
Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia
Jaz Reynolds, WR, Oklahoma
Kenny Bell, WR, Alabama
Matt Miller, WR, Boise State
DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson
Cody Hoffman, WR, BYU
Trey Franks, WR, Oklahoma
Zach Ertz, TE, Stanford
Levine Toilolo, TE, Stanford
Kendrick Moeai, TE, Utah
Jordan Reed, TE, Florida
Xavier Grimble, TE, USC
Paden Kelly, OT, Texas
Chris Faulk, OT, LSU
Dan France, OT, Michigan State
Donald Hawkins, OT, Texas
Austin Long, OT, Georgia
Rob Havenstein, OT, Wisconsin
Michael Schofield, OT, Michigan
D.J. Fluker, OT, Alabama
Jack Mewhort, OT, Ohio State
Trey Hopkins, OG, Texas
Ryan Groy, OG, Wisconsin
Kevin Danser, OG, Stanford
Mason Walters, OG, Texas
David Yankey, OG, Stanford
John Martinez, OG, USC
Ronald Patrick, OG, South Carolina
Casey Dehn, OG, Wisconsin
Travis Frederick, OC, Wisconsin
Andrew Miller, OC, Virginia Tech
Stansly Maponga, DE, TCU
Nordly Capi, DE, Colorado State
Sharrif Floyd, DE, Florida
Nosa Eguae, DE, Auburn
Ed Stinson, DE, Alabama
Louis Nix III, DT, Notre Dame
Dominique Easley, DT, Florida
Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State
Ashton Dorsey, DT, Texas
Jordan Kohout, DT, Wisconsin
Byran Jones, DT, Arkansas
Preston Brown, LB, Louisville
Jeremiah Attaochu, LB, Georgia Tech
Steele Divitto, LB, Boston College
Andrew Wilson, LB, Missouri
James Morris, LB, Iowa
C.J. Mosley, LB, Alabama
Shawn Jackson, LB, Tulsa
Tariq Edwards, LB, Virginia Tech
Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State
Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech
Tharold Simon, CB, LSU
Barry Browning, CB, Stanford
Shaquille Richardson, CB, Arizona
Jonathon Mincy, CB, Auburn
Gabe Lynn, CB, Oklahoma
Eric Reid, FS, LSU
C.J. Barnett, FS, Ohio State
Matt Elam, FS, Florida
Ibraheim Campbell, SS, Northwestern
Sam Holl, SS, Baylor
Brad Wing, P, LSU

Players Transferring

Myles Davis, FB, Syracuse - Transferring to Akron
Anthony Rice, WR, Central Michigan - Transferring to Akron
Deaysean Rippy, LB, Pittsburgh - Transferring to Akron

Djwany Mera, DT, Rutgers - Transferring to Alabama

Jeremiah Allison, LB, Washington State - Transferring to Arizona State

Kiante Griffin, WR, Baylor - Transferring to Arkansas State

Joey Grant, OT, UCF - Transferring to Auburn

Sam Pearce, TE, Air Force - Transferring to Ball State

Austin Traylor, TE, Wisconsin - Transferring to Cincinnati

Noor Davis, LB, Stanford - Clemson

Dwight Melvin, DT, Arizona - Transferring to Colorado State

Boye Aromire, FS, Virginia Tech - Transferring to Connecticut

Kenzel Doe, WR, Wisconsin - Transferring to Duke
Eli Harold, DE, Virginia - Transferring to Duke

Dylan Intemann, OG, Wake Forest - Transferring to ECU

Bri'Onte Dunn, HB, Ohio State - Transferring to FIU
Marquel Wade, WR, Arkansas - Transferring to FIU
Brandon Fulse, TE, Auburn - Transferring to FIU
Brynjar Gudmundsson, OG, USF - Transferring to FIU
Sheldon Rankins, DE, Louisville - Transferring to FIU
Chris Bivins, CB, USF - Transferring to FIU
Joe Eason, CB, Arizona State - Transferring to FIU

Mitchell Bourne, QB, UCF - Transferring to Florida Atlantic
Kyle Sloter, QB, Tulane - Transferring to Florida Atlantic
Brandon Silvers, QB, Troy - Transferring to Florida Atlantic
DaQual Randall, LB, Western Kentucky - Transferring to Florida Atlantic
Adrian Lindsey, LB, Buffalo - Transferring to Florida Atlantic
Marcus Maye, FS, Florida - Transferring to Florida Atlantic

Jordan Smith, OG, San Diego State - Transferring to Fresno State

Chad Jeffries, QB, San Diego State - Transferring to Hawai'i
Christian Parra, LB, San Diego State - Transferring to Hawai'i
Hank Hobson, LB, Arizona - Transferring to Hawai'i

Aderius Epps, OG, Kansas State - Transferring to Houston
Duke Thomas, CB, Texas - Transferring to Houston
Landon Collins, FS, Alabama - Transferring to Houston

Dolapo McCarthy, WR, Purdue - Transferring to Illinois
Wesley Leftwich, WR, Missouri - Transferring to Illinois

Jordan Williams, WR, Ball State - Transferring to Kent State
Marcus Foster, FS, Cincinnati - Transferring to Kent State

Joshua Atkinson, WR, Tulsa - Transferring to Louisiana Tech
Jeffrey Thomas, WR, Colorado - Transferring to Louisiana Tech
Joseph Brunson, OT, UL Lafayette - Transferring to Louisiana Tech
Michael Roberson, OG, UTSA - Transferring to Louisiana Tech
Spencer Stanley, OC, Rice - Transferring to Louisiana Tech
C.J. Bates, SS, UL Lafayette - Transferring to Louisiana Tech

Steven Smith, LB, Texas State - Transferring to LSU
Blake Terry, LB, UTSA - Transferring to LSU

Maurice Canady, CB, Virginia - Transferring to Maryland

Jela Duncan, HB, Duke - Transferring to Memphis
Joe Mock, TE, Air Force - Transferring to Memphis
James Lewis, OT, Vanderbilt - Transferring to Memphis
Tanner Fleming, OG, Air Force - Transferring to Memphis
Keilin Rayner, LB, Duke - Transferring to Memphis
Shaquille Roberson, LB, UAB - Transferring to Memphis
Chris Pauling, FS, Ball State - Transferring to Memphis

A.C. Leonard, TE, Florida - Transferring to Miami (FL)

Levander Liggins, CB, Louisiana Tech - Transferring to Missouri

Daniel Nwosu, TE, Colorado State - Transferring to Navy
Jamar Lewter, OT, Marshall - Transferring to Navy
Larry Mazyck, OT, New Mexico - Transferring to Navy

Angelo Blackson, DT, Auburn - Transferring to NC State

Jordan Payton, WR, UCLA - Transferring to Nevada
Daniel Nielson, OT, Utah - Transferring to Nevada

Quinton White, HB, Texas Tech - Transferring to New Mexico
Grant Childress, WR, Louisiana Tech - Transferring to New Mexico
Noble Nwachukwu, DE, West Virginia - Transferring to New Mexico
Alex Lyons, LB, Rice - Transferring to New Mexico

Peyton Williams, WR, Colorado - Transferring to North Texas

Hayden Daniels, WR, Illinois - Transferring to Northern Illinois
Michael Rouse III, DT, Purdue - Transferring to Northern Illinois

Jaleel Johnson, OG, Iowa - Transferring to Northwestern

Jake Witucki, OG, Kent State - Transferring to Ohio

Eric Beverly, HB, Florida State - Transferring to Ole Miss

Robert Wagner, SS, New Mexico State - Transferring to Oregon

Jake Phillips, TE, UNLV - Transferring to Oregon State

Nate Clarke, OG, Maryland - Transferring to Penn State
Kenny Crawley, CB, Colorado - Transferring to Penn State
Larenzo Fisher, CB, Ohio - Transferring to Penn State

Kevin McReynolds, DT, UCLA - Transferring to Pittsburgh

Karson Roberts, QB, Air Force - Transferring to Rice
Jalen Brown, CB, Notre Dame - Transferring to Rice

Devon Cajuste, WR, Stanford - Transferring to Rutgers

Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford - Transferring to San Diego State

LaMichael Fanning, DE, Alabama - Transferring to South Carolina

Ty Darlington, OC, Oklahoma - Transferring to Southern Miss
Miles Pace, DE, UCF - Transferring to Southern Miss

Dalton Gifford, OT, Connecticut - Transferring to Syracuse

Javarie Johnson, LB, New Mexico - Transferring to Temple

Joshua Banks, DT, Wake Forest - Transferring to Tennessee

Michael Wilkinson, TE, New Mexico - Transferring to Texas A&M

Travin Dural, WR, LSU - Transferring to Texas State

Hunter Joyner, FB, Florida - Transferring to Troy
Neally Cunningham, WR, Connecticut - Transferring to Troy
Larry Hope, CB, Miami (FL) - Transferring to Troy
De'Ante Lawrence, FS, Southern Miss - Transferring to Troy

Felix Romero, OG, Texas State - Transferring to Tulane

Walker Van Hooser, WR, Tulane - Transferring to UAB
Ja'Juan Story, WR, Florida - Transferring to UAB
Conard Johnson, LB, Florida Atlantic - Transferring to UAB

Rashad Wadood, CB, Arizona State - Transferring to UCLA

Gerron Borne, DT, New Mexico - Transferring to UL Lafayette

Derrick Brown, QB, Washington - Transferring to UNLV
Robert Lewis, HB, Washington State - Transferring to UNLV
Bryce McGovern, WR, Cal, Transferring to UNLV
Travis Raciti, DT, San Jose State - Transferring to UNLV

Gary Crow, QB, Miami (FL) - Transferring to USF
LaQuentin Smith, DE, Pittsburgh - Transferring to USF
Devin Gaulden, CB, Wisconsin - Transferring to USF

Tyler Henington, DT, Colorado - Transferring to Utah State
Kevin Davis, LB, Colorado State - Transferring to Utah State

D'Shaie Landor, QB, UL Lafayette - Transferring to UTSA
Dane Evans, QB, Tulsa - Transferring to UTSA
Zack Oliver, QB, Northwestern - Transferring to UTSA
Joshua Wilhite, HB, Wake Forest - Transferring to UTSA
Devon Breaux, HB, Tulane - Transferring to UTSA
Eric Agbaroji, FS, Boise State - Transferring to UTSA

C.J. Beathard, QB, Iowa - Transferring to Vanderbilt
Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina - Transferring to Vanderbilt
Spencer Region, OT, Clemson - Transferring to Vanderbilt
Michael Flint, OG, Arkansas State - Transferring to Vanderbilt
Mack Crowder, OC, Tennessee - Transferring to Vanderbilt
Jeremy Reynolds, CB, Texas Tech - Transferring to Vanderbilt

Amir Carlisle, HB, Notre Dame - Transferring to Washington State

Cardale Jones, QB, Ohio State - Transferring to Western Kentucky
Andrew Jelks, OT, Vanderbilt - Transferring to Western Kentucky
Christian Eatherley, OT, Tulane - Transferring to Western Kentucky
Darien Terrell, OG, Eastern Michigan - Transferring to Western Kentucky
Kevin Williams, DT, Nebraska - Transferring to Western Kentucky

Vince Biegel, LB, Wisconsin - Transferring to Western Michigan
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