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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...

With the Arizona State Sun Devils off to a hot start, this week’s game against UCLA should be a good measuring stick to see exactly where they stand in the PAC 12.  Definitely fun to watch as the offense puts up 47 points per game the big question is will they be able to sustain...

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Cowboy Up!

September 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Cowboy up!  That’s a term usually spoken when times get difficult and all involved are looked upon to put pain, exhaustion, and disadvantages to the side and answer the bell to perform.  If you’re a player for the University of Wyoming football team you were asked to cowboy up with the hire of Craig Bohl...

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SDSU with some offensive talent

September 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

San Diego State enters week 3 against Oregon State with a 1-1 record.  That one loss came against a ranked North Carolina team where the Aztecs had a 2 touchdown lead in the 4th quarter and a chance to win in the final minute with the ball three yards from the endzone.  A late interception...

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The College Football season is back!  Fall camp is in full swing and NFLDraftGM had a chance to speak with Ryan Abraham, who has covered USC Football since 1996 and since 2008 with the Peristyle Podcast, to discuss Trojan football for this upcoming season and players to keep your eye on.  He also discusses the...

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Getting to know Pierre Desir

May 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Until recently not many people knew the name Pierre Desir or Lindenwood University, but now with his recent success at the Reese’s Senior Bowl and the NFL Scouting Combine, Pierre has been quickly rising up teams’ draft boards.  At 6’1″ 198 lbs., he has the physical attributes everyone is looking for.  Add to that...

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Mohammed Seisay No longer a secret

April 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Even if you are a casual fan of the NFL two things are pretty apparent.  The league loves to throw the ball and a good defense can, more often than not, neutralize a good offense.  You can look as recently as the Super Bowl where a tough Seattle defense shut down the high powered Broncos...

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Justin Renfrow, Defensive Tackle

April 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hey NFL Franchise, Do you run a 3-4?  Need a Nose Guard to anchor that defense?  If so, this may be your man and he could come at an excellent price. Meet Justin Renfrow.  The 6’4.5″, 310 lbs. former University of Miami Academic All-American.  He was 7th on the Hurricane defense with tackles (36) and...

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Now it’s time to get to my favorite part of football, the defense. Much like the offensive-side of the ball, this year’s defensive class is deep as well with every position stacked except the linebackers. Here are some of the defensive lineman that stood out to me. DEFENSIVE LINE   Kony Ealy, Defensive End, University of...

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