Wednesday, December 19, 2007

College Football Bowls, Watch em!

Bowl Games!! You know you love em. They start in next few days, and this is my attempt to help you, the sexy readers on what to watch for durring this years bowl season. What is the point of watching all the games Big? There are so many and only 2 or 3 really have meaning? Well i'm glad you asked.

There are about 4 sides to my sports brain. College Sports, NFL, Other Sports, and the NFL Draft. So how can one of these things get you to watch more bowl games? Thats right the draft. So I am going to give you a list of the teams playing in this years games, and a list of players from each team that could go in the NFL draft. Some teams have alot; LSU, USC, and some don't; Navy.

Here is how it breaks down. I will give you the game, time, and teams of the bowl, then i will name the players that might go in the draft, and in the () is around how this player is thought of regarding his position. Example

Glen Dorsey DT LSU (1)

the 1 means he is the #1 rated defensive tackle. So here you go, watch the game and watch these guys.

San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia
Utah vs. Navy
San Diego Dec. 20, 9 p.m. ESPN HD
Navy - Yea, its Navy.

Utah - RB Kevin Robinson (3-6 KR) OT Jason Boone (15-18) ILBJoe Jianonni (18-25)FB Matt Sims, 6-0, 255, Utah (TE)(20-22)

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
Memphis vs. Florida Atlantic
New Orleans Dec. 21, 8 p.m. ESPN2 HD
Memphis: 0G Andy Smith, 6-3, 315, (19-24) QB Martin Hankins, 6-2, 210 (13-18)

FA: Safteys, with a good Combin. Come on they are in the Sunbelt!

Papajohns.com Bowl

Southern Miss vs. Cincinnati
Birmingham, Ala. Dec. 22, 1 p.m. ESPN2 HD

SM SS Brandon Sumrall, 5-11, 200 (6-13) OT Chris Clark, 6-5, 302

Cinn: Doug Jones, 6-4, 276 FB/TE (top 3)

New Mexico
Nevada vs. New Mexico
Albuquerque, N.M. Dec. 22, 4:30 p.m. ESPN HD

Nevada: Ezra Butler, 6-1, 250 OLB(10-18)

New Mexico: WR Marcus Smith, 6-1, 215 (20-26)

Pioneer Las Vegas
UCLA vs. BYU
Las Vegas Dec. 22, 8 p.m. ESPN HD

UCLA: Trey Brown, 5-9, 190 CB (12-18) Chris Horton, 6-1, 210 SS (2-5) Shannon Tevaga, 6-3, 315 OG (2-5) Bruce Davis, 6-3, 237 DE/OLB (6-12) Kevin Brown, 6-2, 295, DT (8-13)

BYU: Quinton Gooch, 6-0, 195 FS (12-17) Dallas Reynolds, 6-4, 345 OG (2-5)

Sheraton Hawaii
Boise State vs. East Carolina
Honolulu Dec. 23, 8 p.m. ESPN

Boise: Ian Johnson, 5-10, 210 RB (3-8) Ryan Clady, 6-6, 320 OT (2-5)

East Carolina: Chris Johnson, 5-10, 170 KR/RB (1-5)

Motor City
Purdue vs. Central Michigan
Detroit Dec. 26, 7:30 p.m. ESPN HD

Purdue: Dorien Bryant, 5-9, 175 WR (10-15) Dustin Keller, 6-4, 240 TE (6-10) Sean Sester, 6-6, 325 OT (9-15)Jordan Grimes, 6-3, 325 OG (3-6) Robbie Powell, 6-5, 310 C (8-14) Cliff Avril, 6-2, 251, OLB/DE (18-25)

Central Michigan: Steven Friend, 6-2, 295 DT (19-25) Red Keith, 5-11, 245 ILB (6-14)

Pacific Life Holiday
Arizona State vs. Texas
San Diego Dec. 27, 8 p.m. ESPN HD

ASU: Josh Barrett, 6-2, 230 FS (3-6) Ryan Torain, 6-0, 215 RB (8-15)

UT: Marcus Griffin, 5-11, 205 SS (3-6) Jamaal Charles, 6-0, 200 RB (12-16) Limas Sweed, 6-5, 220 WR (3-8)Tony Hills, 6-5, 305 OT (10-16) Frank Okam, 6-4, 320 DT (2-3)

Champs Sports
Boston College vs. Michigan State
Orlando, Fla. Dec. 28, 5 p.m. ESPN HD

BC: Matt Ryan, 6-4, 225 (2-6) Gosder Cherilous, 6-6, 320 OT (3-15) B.J. Raji, 6-1, 335 DT (6-10) Brian Toal, 6-0, 240 OLB (4-9) DeJuan Tribble, 5-9, 190 DB (11-15)

MS: Kellen Davis, 6-5, 240 TE (8-13) Sir Darean Adams, 5-11, 230 OLB/SS (25-30)

Texas
TCU vs. Houston
Houston Dec. 28, 8 p.m. NFL Network

TCU: Tommy Blake, 6-3, 252 DE (3-10) Brian Bonner, 5-10, 200 SS (8-12)

Houston: Ima Peter (1)

Emerald
Maryland vs. Oregon State
San Francisco Dec. 28, 8:30 p.m. ESPN HD

Maryland: Andrew Crummey, 6-4, 305 OG/C (4-8) Dre Moore, 6-4, 315 DT (10-15)Erin Henderson, 6-2, 236, OLB (4-9)

Oregon St: Yvenson Bernard, 5-9, 205 RB(8-14) Sammie Stroughter, 5-11, 185 WR(12-16)Jeremy Perry, 6-2, 313 OG (1-4) Roy Schuening, 6-4, 315 OG (4-10) Alexis Serna, 5-8, 170 K (1-3)

Meineke Car Care
UConn vs. Wake Forest
Charlotte, N.C. Dec. 29, 1 p.m. ESPN HD

UConn: Danny Lansanah, 6-0, 250 (7-13) Larry Taylor, 5-6, 175 KR/WR (3-6)

Wake: Rich Belton, 6-0, 260 FB (3-6) Chris DeGeare, 6-4, 365 OG (10-15) Steve Justice, 6-4, 295 C (6-10)

AutoZone Liberty
UCF vs. Mississippi State
Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 29, 4:30 p.m. ESPN HD

UCF:

Miss St: Titus Brown, 6-3, 250 DE/OLB (13-20)(5-8)

Valero Alamo
Penn State vs. Texas A&M
San Antonio Dec. 29, 8 p.m. ESPN HD

PennSt: Dan Connor, 6-2, 233 OLB/S (1-4) Justin King, 5-11, 185 CB (6-12) Derrick Williams, 5-11, 205 WR (13-18)

Texas A&M: Jorvorskie Lane, 5-11, 265 Rb (13-18) Marcellus Bennett, 6-6, 255 TE (1-5)Kirk Elder, 6-4, 310 OG (6-10) Cody Wallace, 6-4, 295 C (1-4) Chris Harrington, 6-5, 265 DE (9-15)Red Bryant, 6-4, 325 DT (3-6)

PetroSun Independence
Alabama vs. Colorado
Shreveport, La. Dec. 30, 8 p.m. ESPN HD

Alabama: Antoine Caldwell, 6-4, 290 C (2-6)

Colorado: Jordan Dizon, 6-0, 230 DE (13-18)

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces
California vs. Air Force
Fort Worth, Texas Dec. 31, 12:30 p.m. ESPN

California: DeSean Jackson, 5-11, 165 WR (1-4)

Air Force:

Roady's Humanitarian
Georgia Tech vs. Fresno State
Boise, Idaho Dec. 31, 2 p.m. ESPN2

GT: Durant Brooks, 6-1, 202 P (1-3) Phillip Wheeler, 6-1, 230 ILB (3-6)

Fresno:

Brut Sun
South Florida vs. Oregon
El Paso, Texas Dec. 31, 2 p.m. CBS

USF Ben Moffitt, 6-1, 240 ILB (8-12) Mike Jenkins, 5-11, 200 CB/FS (7-12) Trae Williams, 5-9, 185 CB (12-18)

Oregon: Dennis Dixon, 6-3, 205 QB (12-20) Jonathan Stewart, 5-10, 235 RB (2-10)Jaison Williams, 6-4, 240 WR (16-21)

Gaylord Hotels Music City
Kentucky vs. Florida State
Nashville, Tenn. Dec. 31, 4 p.m. ESPN HD

Kentucky: Wesley Woodyard, 6-1, 215 OLB (8-12) Andre Woodson, 6-4, 240 QB (1-3)Rafael Little, 5-9, 200 RB (10-16) Keenan Burton, 6-2, 195 WR (10-16) Jacob Tamme, 6-4, 240 TE (4-6)

Florida State: Roger Williams, 6-0, 200 FS (3-7) Jacky Claude, 6-4, 310 OG (9-14) John Frady, 6-3, 305 C (12-18) Andre Fluellen, 6-4, 290 DT (4-8)

Insight
Indiana vs. Oklahoma State
Tempe, Ariz. Dec. 31, 6 p.m. NFL Network

Indiana: James Hardy, 6-7, 215 WR (5-10) Tracy Porter, 5-10, 185 CB (6-10)

Oklahoma State: Adarius Bowman, 6-4, 215WR (2-6)

Chick-fil-A
Clemson vs. Auburn
Atlanta Dec. 31, 7:30 p.m. ESPN HD

Clemson: Barry Richardson, 6-7, 325 OT (5-10) James Davis, 5-10, 210 RB (6-10)

Auburn: Quenton Groves, 6-3, 255 DE (3-5)

Outback
Wisconsin vs. Tennessee
Tampa, Fla. Jan. 1, 2008, 11 a.m. ESPN HD

Wisconsin: Marcus Coleman, 6-5, 305 C (5-10) Nick Hayden, 6-4, 300 DT (8-13)Jack Ikegwuonu, 6-0, 200 CB (3-8) PJ Hill, 5-10, 222 RB (5-10) Travis Beckum, 6-4, 225 TE (4-9)

Tennessee: Eric Ainge, 6-6, 220 QB (4-10)

AT&T Cotton
Missouri vs. Arkansas
Dallas Jan. 1, 2008, 11:30 a.m. FOX

Missouri: Adam Spieker, 6-3, 305 C (4-8) Lorenzo Williams, 6-1, 295 DT (12-19) Chase Daniels, 6-0, 225 QB (8-12)Martin Rucker, 6-4, 255 TE (1-4) Chase Coffman, 6-5, 245 TE (1-6)

Arkansas: Robert Felton, 6-3, 330 OG (8-14) Jonathan Luigs, 6-3, 310 C (4-8) Antwain Robinson, 6-2, 255 DE (10-15) Marcus Harrison, 6-3, 315 DT (15-20) Darren McFadden, 6-1, 210 RB (1)Peyton Hillis, 6-1, 235 FB (3-7)

Konica Minolta Gator
Texas Tech vs. Virginia
Jacksonville, Fla. Jan. 1, 2008, 1 p.m. CBS

Texas Tech:

Virginia: Chris Long, 6-4, 284 DE (1-3)

Capital One
Michigan vs. Florida
Orlando, Fla. Jan. 1, 2008, 1 p.m. ABC HD

Michigan: Jake Long, 6-6, 320 OT (1) Adam Kraus, 6-5, 305 OG/C (3-6) Shawn Crable, 6-4, 245 OLB (14-18)Jamar Adams. 6-1, 212 SS (10-15) Chad Henne, 6-2, 225 QB (4-8) Mike Hart, 5-9, 205 RB (4-8)*Mario Manningham, 5-11, 180 WR (2-6)

Florida: Andre Caldwell, 6-0, 200 WR (13-20)

Rose Bowl presented by Citi
Illinois vs. USC
Pasadena, Calif. Jan. 1, 2008, 4:30 p.m. ABC HD

Illinois: Chris Norwell, 6-5, 290 DT (15-20) J Leman, 6-2, 245 ILB (5-10) Akim Millington, 6-5, 310 OT (7-13)

USC: Rey Maualaga, 6-1, 250 ILB (1-3) Keith Rivers, 6-3, 220 OLB (3-6) John David Booty, 6-3, 200 QB (4-10) Fred Davis, 6-4, 260 TE (7-14) Sam Baker, 6-5, 305 OT (2-5)Sedrick Ellis, 6-1, 295 DT (3-7)

Allstate Sugar
Hawaii vs. Georgia
New Orleans Jan. 1, 2008, 8:30 p.m. FOX

Hawaii: Colt Brennan, 6-3, 195 QB (4-8) Davone Bess, 5-9, 175 WR (4-10)

Georgia: Brandon Coutu, 6-0, 200 K (1-3) Mikey Henderson, 5-9, 150 KR/WR (2-6)

Tostitos Fiesta
Oklahoma vs. West Virginia
Glendale, Ariz. Jan. 2, 2008, 8 p.m. FOX

Oklahoma: Malcolm Kelly, 6-4, 217 WR (1-6) Nic Harris, 6-2, 225 FS (2-5) Reggie Smith, 6-0, 200 SS/CB (2-5)

West Virginia: Keilen Dykes, 6-3, 295 DT (3-5) Eric Weeks, 6-0, 205 FS (4-8) Steve Slaton, 5-9, 200 RB (2-7)Owen Schmitt, 6-2, 260 FB (1-4)

FedEx Orange
Virginia Tech vs. Kansas
Miami Jan. 3, 2008, 8 p.m. FOX

Virginia Tech: Chris Ellis, 6-5, 260 DE (6-10) Vince Hall, 5-11, 240 ILB(3-8) Xavier Adibi, 6-2, 225 OLB (1-6)Brandon Flowers, 5-9, 190 CB (10-15) Branden Ore, 5-10, 210 RB (6-14)

Kansas Aqib Talib, 6-1, 180 CB (4-14)

International
Rutgers vs. Ball State
Toronto Jan. 5, 2008, Noon ESPN2 HD

Rutgers: Ron Girault, 5-11, 200 FS (6-13) Courtney Greene, 6-0, 205 SS (3-8) Ray Rice, 5-9, 205 (3-8)

Ball State: Chris Miller, 6-2, 205 P (1-3)

GMAC
Bowling Green vs. Tulsa
Mobile, Ala. Jan. 6, 2008, 8 p.m. ESPN HD

Bowling Green: Kory Lichtensteiner, 6-2, 310 C (3-7)

Tulsa: Paul Smith, 6-2, 200 QB (15-19) Nelson Coleman, 6-1, 235 ILB (4-9)

Allstate BCS Championship Game
LSU vs. Ohio State
New Orleans Jan. 7, 2008, 8 p.m. FOX

LSU: Early Doucet, 6-0, 205 WR (2-8) Will Arnold, 6-4, 322 OG (7-10) Tyson Jackson, 6-5, 285 (4-8)Glenn Dorsey, 6-2, 299 DT (1) Ali Highsmith, 6-1, 230 OLB (1-6) Chevis Jackson, 5-11, 190 CB (3-8)

Ohio State: Alex Boone, 6-8, 325 OT (2-5) Kirk Barton, 6-5, 310 OT (5-9) Vernon Gholston, 6-4, 265 DE (1-6)James Laurinaitis, 6-2, 245 ILB (1-3) Marcus Freeman, 6-1, 245 OLB (3-8) Malcolm Jenkins, 6-0, 202 CB (1-3)

There you go. I got most draft stuff from The Great Blue North . I'm sure I missed some kids and if I did, please tell me in the coments section.

Have fun bowling!

-Dr.Biginstein

2 comments:

Your Elementary English Teacher said...

possision? I don't think your grade school teachers would be very happy with you after reading this.

Big said...

Thanks for the heads up, also i don't really care about Mrs. Williams, she couldn't run the fourty under 5 seconds.