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War Room Sports All-Big Ten Conference Selections

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

by Fred Perdue






Big 10


QB: 1st Team: J.T. Barrett, Jr, Ohio St. 2nd Team: Wilton Speight, Jr, Michigan

RB: 1st Team: Saquon Barkley, Soph, Penn State 2nd Team: Mike Weber, Fr, Ohio State

RB: 1st Team: Corey Clement, Sr, Wisconsin 2nd Team: Justin Jackson, Jr, Northwestern

WR: 1st Team: Austin Carr, Sr, Northwestern 2nd Team:  R.J. Shelton, Sr, Michigan State

WR: 1st Team: Curtis Samuel, Jr, Ohio St 2nd Team: Amara Darboh, Sr, Michigan

TE: 1st Team: Jake Butt, Sr, Michigan 2nd Team Mike Gesicki, Jr, Penn State

OL: 1st Team: Pat Elflein, Ohio State 2nd Team: Kyle Kalis, Wisconsin

OL: 1st Team: Dan Feeney, Indiana: 2nd Team: Billy Price, Ohio State

OL: 1st Team: Ryan Ramczyk, Jr, Wisconsin 2nd Team: Jamarco Jones, Ohio State

OL: 1st Team:  Erik Magnuson, Sr, Michigan 2nd Team: Beau Benzschawel, So, Wisconsin

OL: 1st Team: Mason Cole, Jr, Michigan 2nd Team: Ben Braden, Sr, Michigan

PK: 1st Team: Tyler Davis, Jr, Penn State 2nd Team: Tyler Durbin, Sr, Ohio State



DL: 1st Team: Taco Charlton, Sr, Michigan, 2nd Team: Tyquan Lewis, Jr, Ohio State

DL:1st Team: Malik McDowell, Jr, Michigan State 2nd Team: Ryan Glascow, Sr, Michigan

DL:1st Team: Jaleel Johnson, Sr, Iowa 2nd Team: Dawuane Smoot, Sr, Illinois

DL:1st Team: Chris Wormley, Sr, Michigan 2nd Team: Ifeadi Odenigbo, Sr, Northwestern

LB: 1st Team: Jabrill Peppers, Jr, Michigan 2nd Team: Vince Biegel, Sr, Wisconsin

LB: 1st Team: T.J. Watt, Jr, Wisconsin 2nd Team: Riley Bullough, Sr, Michigan State

LB: 1st Team: Raekwon McMillan, Jr, Ohio State 2nd Team: Josey Jewell, Jr, Iowa

DB: 1st Team: Desmond King, Sr, Iowa 2nd Team: Rashard Fant, Jr, Indiana

DB: 1st Team: Jourdan Lewis, Sr, Michigan 2nd Team: Delano Hill, Sr,  Michigan

DB:1st Team: Malik Hooker, Soph, Ohio State 2nd Team: Gareon Conley, Jr,  Ohio State

DB:1st Team: Marshon Lattimore, Soph,  Ohio State 2nd Team: Sojourn Shelton, Sr, Wisconsin

P: 1st Team: Cameron Johnston, Sr, Ohio State 2nd Team:  Kenny Allen, Sr, Michigan

ST:1st Team:  Jabrill Peppers, Jr, Michigan 2nd Team: Desmond King, Sr, Iowa


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War Room Sports All Big 12 Conference Selections

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

by Fred Perdue






Big 12


QB: 1st Team: Baker Mayfield, Jr, Oklahoma  2nd Team: Patrick Mahommes II, Jr, Texas Tech

RB: 1st Team: D’Onta Foreman, Jr, Texas  2nd Team: Justin Crawford, Jr, West Virginia

RB: 1st Team: Joe Mixon, Soph, Oklahoma 2nd Team: Kyle Hicks, Jr, TCU

WR: 1st Team: DeDe Westbrook, Sr, Oklahoma 2nd Team: K.D. Cannon, Soph, Baylor

WR: 1st Team: James Washington, Jr, Oklahoma State 2nd Team: Jonathan Giles, Jr, Texas Tech

WR: 1st Team: Allen Lazard, Jr, Iowa State 2nd Team: Shelton Gibson, Jr, West Virginia

OL: 1st Team: Kyle Fuller, Sr, Baylor

OL: 1st Team: Con nor Williams, Soph, Texas

OL: 1st Team: Orlando Brown, Soph, Oklahoma

OL: 1st Team: Joseph Noteboom, Jr, TCU

OL: 1st Team: Tyler Orlosky, Sr, West Virginia

K: 1st Team: Clayton Hatfield, Soph, Texas Tech 2nd Team: Cole Netten, Sr, Iowa state



DL: 1st Team: Jordan Willis, Sr, Kansas State 2nd Team: Mat Boesen, Jr, TCU

DL:1st Team: Dorance Armstrong Jr, Soph, Kansas  2nd Team: Breckyn Hager, Soph, Texas

DL:1st Team: Josh Carraway, Senior, TCU 2nd Team: Aaron Curry, Sr, TCU

DL:1st Team: Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, Jr, Oklahoma 2nd Team: Vincent Taylor, Jr, Oklahoma State

LB: 1st Team: Jordan Evans, Sr, Oklahoma 2nd Team: Justin Arndt, Sr, West Virginia

LB:1st Team: Anthony Wheeler, Soph, Texas 2nd Team: Devante Averette, Sr, Oklahoma State

LB:1st Team: Travin Howard, Jr, TCU 2nd Team: Elijah Lee, Jr, Kansas State

DB:1st Team: Rasul Douglas, Sr, West Virginia 2nd Team: Donnie Starks, Sr, Kansas State

DB:1st Team: Dylan Haines, Sr, Texas 2nd Team: Kamari Cotton-Moya, Jr, Iowa State

DB:1st Team: Ryan Reid, Sr, Baylor 2nd Team: Ranthony Texada, Jr, TCU

DB:1st Team: Orion Stewart, Sr, Baylor 2nd Team: Patrick Levels, Sr, Baylor

P:1st Team: Michael Dickson, Soph, Texas 2nd Team: Cole Moos, Jr, Kansas

ST:1st Team: Byron Pringle, Soph, Kansas St. 2nd Team: Kene Nwangwu, Fr, Iowa State


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War Room Sports All-ACC Conference Selections

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

by Fred Perdue








QB: 1st Team: Lamar Jackson, Soph, Louisville  2nd Team: DeShaun Watson, Jr. Clemson

RB: 1st Team: Dalvin Cook, Jr, Florida State. 2nd Team: Wayne Gallman, Jr, Clemson

RB: 1st Team: James Conner, Jr. Pitt 2nd Team: Matthew Dayes, Sr., N.C. State

WR: 1st Team: Mike Williams, jr., Clemson 2nd Team: Ryan Switzer, Sr., North Carolina

WR: 1st Team: Travis Rudolph, Jr., Florida State 2nd Team: Isaiah Ford, Jr., Virginia Tech

WR: 1st Team: Amba Etta-Tawo, R-Sr, Syracuse 2nd Team: Ahmmon Richards, Fr., Miami

TE: 1st Team: Jordan Leggett, Sr., Clemson 2nd Team: David NJokue R-Soph, Miami

OL: 1st Team: Roderick Johnson, Jr., Florida State 2nd Team:  Adam Bisnowaty, R-Sr., Pittsburgh

OL: 1st Team: Mitch Hyatt, So., Clemson 2nd Team: Jon Heck, Sr., North Carolina

OL: 1st Team: Tyrone Crowder, R-Jr., Clemson 2nd Team: Tony Adams, Jr., NC State

OL: 1st Team: Dorian Johnson, Sr., Pittsburgh 2nd Team: Kareem Are, R-Sr., Florida State

OL: 1st Team: Jay Guillermo, R-Sr., Clemson  2nd Team: Lucas Crowley, Sr., North Carolina

K: 1st Team: Mike Weaver, R-Jr., Wake Forest  2nd Team: Ricky Aguayo, Fr., Florida State

ST: 1st Team: Quadree Henderson, So., Pittsburgh 2nd Team: Ray-Ray McCloud, So., Clemson





DL: 1st Team; DeMarcus Walker, Sr., Florida State 2nd Team: Bradley Chubb, Jr., NC State

DL:1st Team; Ejuan Price, R-Sr., Pittsburgh 2nd Team: Christian Wilkins, So., Clemson

DL:1st Team; Woody Baron, Sr., Virginia Tech 2nd Team: Derrick Nnadi, Jr. Florida State

DL:1st Team; Carlos Watkins, R-Sr., Clemson 2nd Team: DeAngelo Brown, Sr., Louisville

LB: 1st Team: Ben Boulware, Sr., Clemson 2nd Team: Micah Kiser, Jr., Virginia

LB:1st Team: Devonte Fields, Sr., Louisville 2nd Team: Shaquille Quarterman, Fr., Miami

LB:1st Team: Tremaine Edmunds, So., Virginia Tech 2nd Team: Marquel Lee, Sr., Wake Forest

DB:1st Team: Tarvarus McFadden, So., Florida State 2nd Team: Cordrea Tankersley, Sr., Clemson

DB:1st Team: Team: Corn Elder, Sr., Miami 2nd Team: Jaire Alexander, So., Louisville

DB:1st Team: Jordan Whitehead, So., Pittsburgh 2nd Team: Josh Harvey-Clemons, Sr., Louisville

DB:1st Team: Quin Blanding, Jr., Virginia 2nd Team: Terrell Edmunds, R-So., Virginia Tech

P:1st Team: Nicholas Conte, Sr., Virginia 2nd Team: Justin Vogel, Sr., Miami

ST:1st Team: Quadree Henderson, So., Pittsburgh 2nd Team: Ryan Switzer, Sr., North Carolina


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College Football Mid-Season All-American Team

Monday, October 24th, 2016

by Fred Perdue






***These statistics were compiled prior to this past weekend’s games***




QB – Lamar Jackson, Louisville: Jackson is the most explosive player in the nation. Jackson is averaging 439.7 yards and five touchdowns per game. Coaches lose sleep at night prepping for him. Easiest choice on the list.


RB – Dalvin Cook, Florida State: After a slow start Cook is really making teams pay on the ground. Cook averages 179.4 yards per game. Without a solid passing game, the Noles lean on their do it all back.


RB – Donnel Pumphrey, San Diego State: The nation’s leading rusher at the midpoint has played one less game while still averaging 185.2 yards per game and having 169 yards more than the next closest rusher.


WR – James Washington, Oklahoma State: Washington racked up 296 yards’ vs Pitt early in the season is one of the most electric wide outs with the ball in his hands.


WR – Corey Davis, Western Michigan: Helping to guide his 7-0 Western Michigan team into the top 25, Davis has 44 catches for 652 yards and 10 TDs, which is tied for the most in the nation.

Mississippi tight end Evan Engram (17) carries as Oklahoma State safety Tre Flowers (31) tries to tackle in the first half of the Sugar Bowl college football game in New Orleans, Friday, Jan. 1, 2016. (AP Photo/Jonathan Bachman)

TE – Evan Engram, Ole Miss: Engram leads all tight ends with 590 receiving yards, and has caught five TDs. Going deep is what he does. Despite his team’s losses, he is Chad Kelly’s favorite and most consistent target.

NCAA Football: Cowboys Classic-Wisconsin vs Alabama

OL – Cam Robinson, Alabama: Anchoring the fourth ranked rushing attack in the nation, Robinson started slow but has built up steam. Roll Tide Roll.


OL – Dorian Johnson, Pitt: Johnson is the heart and soul of this line. Starting 33 straight games and helping the Panthers have the 2nd best rushing attack in the ACC.


OL –  Pat Elflein, Ohio State: Elflein anchors an offensive line that is getting six yards per carry and 6.5 yards per catch on first downs, and they’re also second-best in fewest TFLs allowed.


OL – Ethan Pocic, LSU: Pocic is Mr. Versatile for the Tigers, playing multiple positions and settling in at Right Tackle due to injury. Lot of love for the ultimate team player.


OL – Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin: Emerging as one of the more athletic tackles in the nation after moving up from Division III UW-Stevens Point. Ramczyk is helping power a very good Badger running game.








DL –  Montravious Adams, Auburn: Adams is playing as well or better than any interior lineman in the nation. The senior has four tackles for loss and his first defensive touchdown of his career.


DL – Derek Barnett, Tennessee: Barnett is making his case louder each week for SEC player of the year. After introducing himself to the college football world against Appalachian State and has not looked back. Six sacks (all in SEC play), 11.5 TFLs, five QB hurries, three passes defended, one interception and two forced fumbles is just the appetizer in long season of hunting quarterbacks.


DL – Myles Garrett, Texas A&M:  Four sacks, six tackles for loss, six quarterback hurries, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Attacking Quarterbacks is what Garrett does.

Ohio State Buckeyes linebacker Raekwon McMillan (5) slams into Indiana Hoosiers wide receiver Shane Wynn (1) as Ohio State Buckeyes defensive back Vonn Bell (11) tangles him up in the first quarter of the college football game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Indiana Hoosiers at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Saturday afternoon, November 22, 2014. The Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Indiana Hoosiers 42 - 27. (The Columbus Dispatch / Eamon Queeney)_

LB – Raekwon McMillan, Ohio State: The numbers don’t say it but ask anyone in Columbus who should get this spot. It’s not even close.


LB – Reuben Foster, Alabama: Leading the Crimson Tide defense with 41 Tackles. Taking over for Reggie Ragland and not even missing a beat. Roll Tide Roll.


LB – Ben Boulware, Clemson: 59 Total Tackles, including four tackles for loss, a key interception in the win at Auburn, and had 17 tackles in the victory over Louisville. Couple that with a National Player of the Week selection, Boulware is the heartbeat of this defense and it will challenge anyone to say anything other than that.


CB – Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama: Ask Nick Saban and he will tell you that the secondary is having issues. Fitzpatrick should be the least of his worries. Totaling three INTs and five pass break ups, the former five-star corner is living up to the hype.


CB – Quincy Wilson, Florida: Wilson has left the ducks and trucks in the rearview. Locking down the other side of the field for the Florida Gators defense, Wilson is making a case not only for best corner on his team but also to NFL Scouts in 2017.


CB – Jourdan Lewis, Michigan: Injuries slowed Lewis down early but he has been the definition of a lockdown defender. According to PFF Lewis has only allowed 7 yards on 10 targets this season #NoFlyZone


S – Jabrill Peppers, Michigan: Whether you list him as a LB, CB or S, Peppers does one thing and that’s make plays. This was a no brainer. Peppers has already tallied 10.5 TFLs. #HeismanHopeful.


S – Malik Hooker, Ohio State: Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield is still having nightmares about Hooker. The Buckeyes defensive playmaker has four interceptions, totaling 117 return yards.


Special Teams


K – Zane Gonzalez, Arizona State: This is one easy. 19 of 20 on field goals and booming 3 of them from 50 plus yards.


P – Mitch Wishnowsky, Utah: The nation’s leader in yards per punt average at 49.1 yards is a weapon that makes the Utes defense very happy.


Ret: Carlos Henderson, Louisiana Tech: Is at the top of the college football world as a receiver but he is and even bigger threat as a return man averaging 26.3 yards per return.



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Spartans to Honor Former Punter

Saturday, September 24th, 2016

by Fred Perdue







Michigan State will be set to honor former punter Mike Sadler during today’s game against Wisconsin by placing his jersey number inside the Spartans logo at midfield.

Sadler, who tragically died in a car crash this summer, was inducted into the Michigan State Athletics Hall of Fame on Thursday night prior to the contest.

Spartans players will also wear a No. 3 on their helmets to honor Sadler during the Big Ten matchup with the Badgers.

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Clemson recovers bizarre safety vs Georgia Tech

Saturday, September 24th, 2016

by Fred Perdue






The saying is “When It Rains, It Pours”. For the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, the rain came in droves as the Clemson Tigers dropped the hammer Thursday night. One score by the Tigers was bizarre as ever as they have become accustomed to crazy scores.



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Seminoles Lose Defensive End to Injury

Saturday, September 24th, 2016

by Fred Perdue







The Injury bug is hitting Florida State hard. The Noles will be without Josh Sweat versus South Florida today as he nurses a knee injury suffered against Louisville.

Jimbo Fisher told reporters Thursday that Sweat will be out one-to-two weeks after meniscus surgery on his left knee.

With Sweat on the sidelines, the Seminoles will likely rely on Jacob Pugh and Brian Burns to help slow the high-powered Bulls offense. Led by quarterback Quinton Flowers and a balanced rushing attack, South Florida is 3-0 on the season, outscoring their opponents by a combined 149-57.


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Longhorns OL Arrested on DWI Charge

Saturday, September 24th, 2016

by Fred Perdue







Texas Longhorns starting offensive lineman Kent Perkins was arrested early Friday morning for driving while intoxicated, Austin police have confirmed.

Online records show Perkins, a senior, was booked into Travis County Jail at 4:54 a.m local time.

Perkins came into the season with 24 career starts, and has added two more to his resume since, starting twice at right guard. He missed one game due to injury, but has otherwise been a strong contributor on an offensive line that boasts a strong rushing attack.

The Longhorns are on a bye this week, but will travel to Oklahoma State for their first conference matchup on Oct. 1.

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Wisconsin Badgers to Start Redshirt Freshman

Friday, September 23rd, 2016

by Fred Perdue







The Wisconsin Badgers have ended the speculation of a quarterback change early Thursday morning after announcing via Facebook Live that Redshirt Freshman Alex Hornibrook will start Saturday versus Michigan State.

Rumors began last week during the Badgers 23-17 victory over Georgia State that the plug might be pulled on starter Bart Houston after his in-game struggles. Houston was eventually benched in favor of Hornibrook, who came in and sparked the offense.

Hornibrook has thrown for 183 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in parts of two games this season.


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Oregon Pays Homage to Mascot

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

by Fred Perdue






The Oregon Ducks are known for some of the most vivacious uniforms in the land and this Saturday they won’t disappoint, yet again. This time paying homage to their own Duck mascot for their upcoming matchup against Colorado. One thing is for sure, the Ducks look to avenge a loss to Nebraska while also making sure The Duck is kept busy with his signature pushups after points are scored in bunches.



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