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SEC Defensive Player of the Week Honors Go to Aggies' Everett

Texas A&M senior cornerback Deshazor Everett earned Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors on Monday after posting a career-high 16 tackles in the Aggies' win over Arkansas last weekend.

Houston vs UCF: Cougars Welcome the Knights to Texas

The American Athletic Conference is in for a good one this week with both Houston and Central Florida opening up league play on Thursday night in the new TDECU Stadium. These two have a lot of history with one another that carried over from their previous conference (C-USA).

Baylor vs Texas Preview: Can the Longhorns Stop Bryce Petty?

Both Baylor and Texas are coming off of conference wins that saw the Bears beat the Iowa State Cyclones while Texas shutout Kansas and embarrassed the Jayhawks on their homecoming weekend so bad that KU decided to give Charlie Weis the boot, or "the Kiffin" as it's known in some circles.

Minnesota Gophers Kicker Named a Groza Star of the Week

Minnesota redshirt freshman kicker Ryan Santoso was named one of three Lou Groza National Collegiate Place-Kicker Award "Stars of the Week." Santoso was recognized with Maryland's Brad Craddock and Western Kentucky's Garrett Schwettman.

Middle Tennessee Football Players Earning Accolades Nationwide

The Blue Raiders have been making waves within their conference and on the national stage as well. Middle Tennessee safety Kevin Byard and quarterback Austin Grammer earned awards today following the Blue Raiders' impressive road win against the Old Dominion Monarchs.

Brady Hoke Talks Minnesota, Shane Morris and His Job at Michigan

Brady Hoke, the embattled head coach of the Michigan Wolverines football team held his weekly press conference to address the team's status following a disappointing loss to the Minnesota Golden Gophers this past weekend. Coach Hoke addressed some of the hot button issues facing his team including Shane Morris and Wolverine injuries.

USF Bulls and BYU Cougars Announce Home-and-Home Football Series

BYU may not be in the American Athletic Conference yet, but the Cougars will be playing two more games against another AAC program in addition to the Miami Beach Bowl, the AAC bowl game that BYU is tied to this season. Mark Harlan, USF's athletic director, announced a home-and-home series with Brigham Young University to be played in 2021 and 2022.

Big 12 Player of Week Honors Stacked with OSU, K-State and Texas Talent

Daxx Garman (Oklahoma State), Jordan Hicks (Texas) and Tyler Lockett (K-State) were chosen Big 12 Football Players of the Week for September 24-26 games by a panel of media that cover the Conference. Lockett (special teams) was honored for the fourth time in his career while Garman (offense) and Hicks (defense) picked up their first award.

NC State, Clemson and FSU Players Dominate Weekly ACC Honors

NC State's Wolf Pack, along with Clemson and FSU Seminoles each had a pair of student-athletes honored by the Atlantic Coast Conference as Football Players of the Week following their individual performances ACC games played during the previous week.

UK Wildcats' Darrian Miller Named SEC O-Linemen of the Week

Following a dominating performance in which he graded out at 89 percent helping Kentucky dominate Vanderbilt in the trenches, senior offensive tackle Darrian Miller has been tabbed Southeastern Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week, it was announced by the league office on SEC Now on the SEC Network.

Yale Bulldogs Named FWAA Team of the Week Following Army Win

Let's hear it for the Ivy League as the Yale Bulldogs gave their historic home stadium a historic victory for the ages, coming from behind to score a 49-43 overtime upset of Army to open the 100th anniversary of the Yale Bowl. The Bulldogs' first win over Army since 1955 earned them the Big Game National Team of the Week honor for games of the weekend of Sept. 27.

A UC Bearcat and Two Temple Owls Earn AAC Player of the Week

The weekly football honors for the American Athletic Conference were announced today and some of the names on the list may surprise you. Following the fifth week of college football for the 2014 season, we see Chris Moore of Cincinnati being recognized as the Offensive Player of the Week, Temple's Praise Martin-Oguike named the league Defensive Player of the Week while Austin Jones joins his fellow Owl on the list earning Special Team Player of the Week honors from the American.

Texas Beats Kansas So Bad the Jayhawks Fired Charlie Weis

Just a couple seasons ago, it wasn't that uncommon to see a Kansas Jayhawks football team lose to the Texas Longhorns in a shutout or get blown out. But it's a new era and when you lose to the Horns without scoring even a field goal, you get canned. At least that could be speculated since Charlie Strong's squad went into Lawrence, Kansas on the Jayhawks Homecoming Weekend and laid down a 23-0 hurt so bad that KU fired their head coach.

Georgia Begins Looking to Vanderbilt Game After Win Over Tennessee

Mark Richt and the Bulldogs bit off the team's first SEC conference win of the season by defeating the Tennessee Volunteers, 35-32. Now the focus turns to Derek Mason and his struggling Commodores squad that has only posted one win in the head coaches first season at Vanderbilt.

Utah Utes Football Falls to Determined Washington State Team, 28-27

Even with skilled junior running back Devontae Booker rushed for 178 yards and a touchdown and Kaelin Clay returned his third punt for a touchdown, but the University of Utah football team lost to Washington State, 28-27, in its Pac-12 Conference opener on Saturday at Rice-Eccles Stadium.

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