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    10 2015 January

    Lobo Hopefuls

    The season is over.  I repeat the season is over.  For a lucky few however the work now kicks into overdrive.  The draft is around the corner and players are now focused on one thing,...

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    25 2014 November

    Ball State looking for answers as season closes

    New coordinators on offense and defense, and loss of talent on both sides of the ball to the NFL leads to a disappointing season for the Cardinals.  From 10-3 in 2013 to being below .500...

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    08 2014 November

    Young Talent looks to Bright Future

    San Jose State had a good quarterback and a .500 2013.  This year with a new quarterback in Joe Gray the Spartans have had a an up and down 2014.  They are currently below .500...

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    05 2014 November

    NIU Looking to Continue its Roll

    NIU Huskies had a remarkable 2013 with a Heisman 2nd runner up in Quarterback Jordan Lynch.  This however is 2014 and the Quarterback is now gone so they can’t possibly be as good as they were.  As...

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Lobo Hopefuls

January 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

The season is over.  I repeat the season is over.  For a lucky few however the work now kicks into overdrive.  The draft is around the corner and players are now focused on one thing, draft weekend.  Rick Wright of the Albuquerque Journal was kind enough to share some of his thoughts on the University...

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Ball State looking for answers as season closes

November 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

New coordinators on offense and defense, and loss of talent on both sides of the ball to the NFL leads to a disappointing season for the Cardinals.  From 10-3 in 2013 to being below .500 in 2014 there is probably not many bright spots but there are glimmers of hope looking ahead to next year....

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Young Talent looks to Bright Future

November 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

San Jose State had a good quarterback and a .500 2013.  This year with a new quarterback in Joe Gray the Spartans have had a an up and down 2014.  They are currently below .500 and are hoping to let strong finish to this year be the jump start they need for 2015.  Even though...

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NIU Looking to Continue its Roll

November 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

NIU Huskies had a remarkable 2013 with a Heisman 2nd runner up in Quarterback Jordan Lynch.  This however is 2014 and the Quarterback is now gone so they can’t possibly be as good as they were.  As they say, that is why you play the game.  NIU once again is in the title hunt in the MAC...

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The next stop in the MAC is with the Central Michigan Chippewas.  Nate Schneider of the Morning Sun took some time with NFLDraftGM to talk about a few players contributing to the Chippewas success and those players possible leap to the NFL. J: What has this first half of the season shown you both offensively...

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Western Michigan Broncos Surprising the MAC

October 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you were to ask the casual college football fan who leads the nation in rushing touchdowns, very few would guess it would be someone from the MAC let alone a freshman that plays for Western Michigan.  As a matter of fact nobody would have expected much from a Bronco team that went 1-11 last...

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Talent rich and looking to finish

October 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

A mobile, strong-armed quarterback for the 49ers was, for many folks, the introduction to a college football program that resides in the Biggest Little City in the World.  College football fans however knew of and respected the long history previous to Kaepernick and are also aware of the talent that is still there.  Being 3-3...

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The season has been a bit of a disappointment thus far for the UNLV Rebels football team.  At 2-5, losing winnable games, and not playing up to their supposed potential, the Rebels look to finish the season strong.  NFLDraftGM spoke with Mark Anderson of the Las Vegas Review Journal to look back on the first...

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