Oregon quarterback and national college star Marcus Mariota saw his name added as a finalist for two more awards Thursday; as one of five players considered for the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame College Football Player of the Year and one of four for the fifth annual Pop Warner National College Football Award.
The Wildcats survived a scare in Morgantown as Kansas State won a weeknight contest against West Virginia, 26-20. Jake Waters and Tyler Lockett showed why the duo is so high on everyone's award ballots as Waters connected for a career-high 400 yards passing with one touchdown in the air. Lockett is know for his sure hands and speed with the latter coming in handy on a punt return for a touchdown.
There is no question that the Owls are known for scheduling tough opponents and today will prove no different as the Temple men's basketball team will travel to the Barclays Center today (Friday) to take on the No. 4/3 Duke Blue Devils in the Championship Rounds of the Northwestern Mutual Coaches vs. Cancer Classic.
It's going to be a cold one in Morgantown tonight when the WVU Mountaineers play host to Bill Snyder and his Kansas State Wildcats as the temps around game time are going to be dipping into the 20s. Don't worry about the cold. The game will be broadcast on FOX Sports 1 and we'll have the live game time conversation covering every down here on BCSNN.
It took a balanced scoring attack combined with a second half surge for the Mizzou Men's Basketball team to improve to 2-1 on the season with a 78-64 win over Oral Roberts at Mizzou Arena. Freshman Montaque Gill-Caesar led the offensive output for Missouri with 19 points, with 10 total Tigers reaching the score sheet on the night.
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x - Not eligible for postseason
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