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  • Conference Realignment

    With Idaho leaving the Sun Belt, the final domino has probably fallen. However, we never know. Here's the final breakdown for the beginning of the 2005 season.

    Big East
    Cincinnati
    Connecticut
    Louisville

    Pittsburgh
    Rutgers
    South Florida
    Syracuse
    West Virginia

    Atlantic Coast
    Division A
    Boston College
    Clemson
    Florida State
    Maryland
    N.C. State
    Wake Forest
    Division B
    Duke
    Georgia Tech
    Miami (FL)
    North Carolina
    Virginia
    Virginia Tech

    Conference USA
    East
    Central Florida
    East Carolina
    Marshall
    Memphis
    Southern Mississippi
    UAB
    West
    Houston
    Rice
    Southern Methodist
    Texas-El Paso

    Tulane
    Tulsa

    Mountain West
    Air Force
    Brigham Young
    Colorado State
    New Mexico
    San Diego State
    Texas Christian
    UNLV
    Utah
    Wyoming

    Sun Belt
    Arkansas State
    Florida Atlantic
    Florida International

    Louisiana-Lafayette
    Louisiana-Monroe
    Middle Tennessee
    North Texas
    Troy State

    Western Athletic
    Boise State
    Fresno State
    Hawaii
    Idaho
    Louisiana Tech
    Nevada
    New Mexico State
    San Jose State
    Utah State

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  • RamsFan16
    Senior/Junior Pro Days
    by RamsFan16
    http://www.nfl.com/draft/analysis/individual_workouts

    Individual Workouts

    They are going to be stretched, measured, timed, scouted and put on display for every team in the league. The NFL has come calling for the top collegiate talent, and for several weeks following the Scouting Combine in February, the schools will showcase the best and brightest.

    We'll update the calendar soon after the schools announce their dates. All results compiled by NFL.com draft guru Gil Brandt will be shared below, as well as news, notes and possible draft surprises. (In 2005, we brought you the results of 161 Pro Days.)

    Pro Day calendar
    Dates and schools subject to change

    March 1
    # Central Florida I

    March 2
    # Ball State, Baylor, Boise State, Bowling Green, Florida Atlantic, Maine, Missouri, Northwestern, Toledo

    March 3
    # Louisiana-Lafayette, North Dakota, Sam Houston State, South Dakota State, Yale

    March 4
    # LSU I, Miami (Fla.), Texas A&M

    March 6
    # Army, Louisville, Montana, Minnesota, Utah

    March 7
    # Eastern Kentucky, Indiana, Nebraska-Omaha, Oklahoma State, Troy I, Utah State I, UTEP, Western Michigan

    March 8
    # BYU, Florida, Kentucky, Nebraska, Northern Illinois, Notre Dame I, Oklahoma, Washington State, Wisconsin

    March 9
    # Clemson, Delaware, Fordham, Iowa State, Louisiana-Monroe, North Texas, Ohio State, Oregon I, Texas Tech, Wyoming

    March 10
    # Akron, Arizona State I, Cincinnati, Grambling State, Kent State, Purdue I, South Florida, Texas Christian, Washington, West Virginia, Wofford

    March 13
    # Alabama State, Cal-Davis, Fresno State, Furman, Sacramento State

    March 14
    # California, New Hampshire, Pittsburg State (Kan.), San Diego State, Shippensburg, Troy II, Wake Forest

    March 15
    # Alabama, Alabama A&M, Arkansas, Bethune-Cookman, Boston College, Central Michigan, Florida A&M, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Nevada-Reno, Northwood (Mich.), Oregon State, Saginaw Valley State (Mich.), South Carolina, Stanford, Temple, Tennessee I, Western Carolina

    March 16
    # Alabama-Birmingham, Appalachian State, Catawba, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Kansas State, LSU II, Massachusetts, Oregon II, Penn State, Princeton, UCLA (bench press), Virginia Tech

    March 17
    # Colorado, Marshall, Michigan, UCLA (running), Vanderbilt, Villanova

    March 18
    # Michigan State, Pittsburgh

    March 20
    # East Carolina, Iowa, Southern Mississippi, William & Mary

    March 21
    # Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Syracuse, Virginia

    March 22
    # Fort Valley State, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Rutgers, Southern Illinois, Texas

    March 23
    # Auburn, Connecticut, Duke, Georgia, Miami...
    -02-27-2006, 08:34 PM
  • Rambos
    Individual Workouts when and where
    by Rambos
    From NFL.COM

    Pro Day calendar
    Dates and schools subject to change

    Click here for Junior Days
    March 8


    BYU, Florida, Lane, Nebraska, Nevada-Las Vegas, Notre Dame, Wisconsin-Madison
    March 9


    Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Clemson, Delaware, Fordham, Iowa State, Louisiana-Monroe, Ohio State, Texas Tech, Wyoming
    March 10


    Arizona State, Cincinnati, Eastern Illinois, Grambling State, Kent State, Purdue, South Florida, Wofford
    March 11


    Abilene Christian, Nicholls State, San Diego State
    March 13


    Alabama State, Arkansas State, Cal-Davis, Cal-Poly, Fresno State, Furman, Kansas State
    March 14


    Bowie State, Brown, Jacksonville State, Massachusetts, Pittsburg State (Kan.), Shippensburg (Pa.), Towson, Troy, Tulane, Tuskegee, Wake Forest
    March 15


    Alabama A&M, Arkansas, Bethune-Cookman, BYU, Central Michigan, Home Depot Center (Carson, Calif.), Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, Northwood (Mich.), Oregon State, Saginaw Valley State (Mich.), South Carolina, Southern, Stanford, Temple, Tennessee, Western Carolina
    March 16


    Appalachian State, Catawba, Central Missouri, Clark, Florida A&M, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Massachusetts, Penn State, UCLA (weightlifting), Western Kentucky
    March 17


    Colorado, Lambuth, Marshall, Middle Tennessee, Portland State, Princeton, UCLA (running), Vanderbilt, Villanova, West Georgia
    March 18


    Michigan State, Pittsburgh, Windsor
    March 20


    Cumberland (Tenn.), Harvard, Iowa, Richmond, South Carolina State, Southern Mississippi, SE Missouri State, William & Mary
    March 21


    Monmouth, New Mexico, North Carolina, Syracuse, Virginia
    March 22


    Fort Valley State, Howard, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Rutgers, Southern Illinois, Texas, Texas State
    March 23


    Auburn, Duke, Miami (Ohio), North Carolina Central, Notre Dame, Shippensburg (Pa.)
    March 24


    Colorado State, Georgia Southern, Hofstra, Indiana State, Lambuth, Louisiana Tech, Memphis, Northwestern State (La.), Portland State
    March 27


    Houston, Rice
    March 28


    Jacksonville State, Utah State
    March 29


    Arizona State, Central Florida, Tennessee, Utah
    March 30


    Carson-Newman, Stephen F. Austin
    March 31


    Louisiana Tech, Purdue
    April 2


    Southern California (Weight-lifting portion will be at Heritage Hall; 40-yard dash and on-field testing will take place at Cromwell Track & Field, which is adjacent to Heritage Hall. Junior Day also...
    -03-08-2006, 12:12 PM
  • AvengerRam_old
    Official Pro Days Thread
    by AvengerRam_old
    As the Pro Days are near, here's the thread to post updates.

    This is the schedule of Pro Days:

    March 1: Purdue, Texas-El Paso
    March 4: Alabama-Birmingham, Alabama State, Alcorn State, Minnesota, North Dakota State, Troy
    March 5: Auburn, Buffalo, Harding, Jackson State, Northwestern, Tennessee-Chattanooga, Tuskegee, Youngstown State
    March 6: Alabama A&M, Duquesne, Eastern Washington, Kent State, Mississippi State, North Alabama, Northern Arizona, Pittsburgh, South Florida, Texas Tech, Wisconsin
    March 7: Arizona, Arkansas-Monticello, Clemson, Furman, Idaho, Illinois, Miami (Fla.), Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Syracuse, Washington State
    March 8: Arizona State, Cornell, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Missouri State, Montana, Mount Union, Ohio State, Southern Mississippi, TCU, Texas A&M, Wofford
    March 11: California (Pa.), Central Michigan, Penn State
    March 12: Delaware State, Florida, Jacksonville State, Kansas State, Lehigh, Monmouth, Oklahoma State, Portland State, Towson, UCLA
    March 13: Alabama, Central Oklahoma, Cincinnati, Colorado, Colorado State, Louisiana-Monroe, Marshall, Maryland, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Rutgers, Washington
    March 14: Arkansas State, California, Fort Valley State, Georgia Tech, Grambling State, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Tulsa, UNLV, West Alabama, West Virginia
    March 15: Arkansas, Georgia State, Kansas, Oregon State, San Jose State
    March 18: Air Force, Albany State (Ga.), Howard, Idaho State, Indiana, Memphis, Montana State, Valdosta State, Villanova, Virginia Union, Wake Forest
    March 19: Florida A&M, Florida State, Louisville, Richmond (with Liberty), Sam Houston State, San Diego State, Virginia
    March 20: Ball State, Baylor, Central Florida, Connecticut, North Carolina State, Ohio, Sacramento State, Tennessee, Utah
    March 21: Boise State, Eastern Kentucky, Georgia, Kentucky, Miami (Ohio), Old Dominion, Stanford, Stony Brook, Temple, William & Mary
    March 22: Missouri Western, Tennessee State, Vanderbilt
    March 25: Duke, Iowa, Middle Tennessee State, Stephen F. Austin
    March 26: Iowa State, Louisiana Tech, McNeese State, North Carolina, North Carolina Central, Notre Dame, Texas
    March 27: LSU, South Carolina, SMU, USC
    March 28: BYU, Central Arkansas, Coastal Carolina, East Carolina, Louisiana-Lafayette, Yale
    March 29: Southeast Missouri State
    April 2: Columbia
    -02-27-2013, 10:34 AM
  • Nick
    The Official 2010 NFL Combine Thread
    by Nick
    Here's the official invite list, courtesy of Great Blue North...



    OFFENSE

    Quarterbacks (18):
    Jarrett Brown, West Virginia
    *Sam Bradford, Oklahoma (X)
    Levi Brown, Troy
    Sean Canfirld, Oregon State
    Darryl Clark, Penn State
    *Jmmy Clausen, Notre Dame (X)
    Max Hall, BYU
    Tim Hiller, Western Michigan
    Mike Kafka, Northwestern
    Dan Lefevour, Central Michigan
    Thaddeus Lewis, Duke
    Colt McCoy, Texas
    Tony Pike, Cincinnati
    John Skelton, Fordham
    Riley Skinner, Wake Forest
    *Jevan Snead, Mississippi
    Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State
    Tim Tebow, Florida

    Running back (25):
    Matt Asiata, Utah
    Joique Bell, Wayne State
    *Jahvid Best, California (X)
    LeGarrette Blount, Oregon
    Chris Brown, Oklahoma (X)
    Andre Dixon, UConn
    Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State
    *Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech
    Toby Gerhart, Stanford
    Montario Hardesty, Tennessee
    Javarris James, Miami
    Stafon Johnson, Southern California (X)
    *Darius Marshall, Marshall
    *Ryan Mathews, Fresno State
    *Joe McKnight, Southern California
    *Shawnrey McNeal, Southern Methodist
    Lonyae Miller, Fresno State
    Brandon Minor, Michigan
    Pat Paschall, North Dakota State
    Charles Scott, LSU (X)
    CJ Spiller, Clemson
    James Starks, Buffalo (X)
    Ben Tate, Auburn
    Keith Totson, Oklahoma State
    Keiland Williams, LSU

    Fullbacks (3):
    John Conner, Kentucky
    Rashawn Jackson, Virginia
    Manase Tonga, BYU

    Wide Receivers (45):
    Seyi Ajirotutu, Fresno State
    Alric Arnett, West Virginia
    Danario Alexander, Missouri
    Brandon Banks, Kansas State
    *Chris Bell, Norfolk State
    *Arrelious Benn, Illinois
    Nyan Boateng, California
    *Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas
    *Antonio Brown, Central Michigan
    *Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
    Chris Carter, Cal-Davis
    Riley Cooper, Florida
    Eric Decker, Minnesota (X)
    Marcus Easley, UConn
    Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State (QB)
    Jacoby Ford, Clemson
    David Gettis, Baylor
    Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati (KR)
    Shay Hodge, Mississippi
    Donald Jones, Youngstown State
    Kevin Jurovich, San Jose State
    Brandon LaFell, LSU
    Scott Long, Louisville
    Dexter McCuster, Mississippi (RB/KR)
    Chris McGaha, Arizona State
    *Carlton Mitchell, South Florida
    Kerry Meier, Kansas
    Preston Parker, North Alabama
    Jared Perry, Missouri
    Taylor Price, Ohio
    David Reed, Utah
    Andre Roberts, Citadel
    Emmanual Sanders, SMU
    Jordan Shipley, Texas
    *Golden Tate, Notre Dame
    *Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech
    Verran Tucker, California
    Blair White, Michigan...
    -02-04-2010, 11:32 PM
  • DJRamFan
    Temple's Best Shot at a Victory Could Come Against Western Michigan
    by DJRamFan
    Owls having rough go of it in 2005

    Sept. 23, 2005



    College Football Preview: Week 4




    Sorenson's 10 Questions | CSTV.com Heisman Watch
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    Press Conference Video: Tenn. | ND | UTEP | Tulsa | Memphis
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    Top 25 Game Previews ---------------- FRIDAY ----------------- No. 22 Iowa State at Army No. 13 Cal at New Mexico State -------------- SATURDAY ---------------- No. 1 USC at No. 24 Oregon No. 10 Tennessee at No. 3 LSU No. 15 Ga. Tech at No. 4 Va. Tech No. 5 Florida at Kentucky No. 7 Georgia at Mississippi State No. 21 Iowa at No. 8 Ohio State No. 9 Louisville at South Florida No. 11 Purdue at Minnesota Colorado at No. 12 Miami No. 14 Michigan at Wisconsin No. 16 Notre Dame at Washington No. 17 Michigan State at Illinois No. 18 Arizona State at Oregon State Indiana St. at No. 19 Texas Tech Arkansas at No. 20 Alabama Duke at No. 23 Virginia ---------- Team Previews ---------- Air Force Akron Alabama Arizona Arizona St Arkansas Arkansas St Army Auburn BYU Ball St Baylor Boise St Boston College Bowling Green Buffalo California Central Mich Cincinnati Clemson Colorado Colorado St Connecticut Duke East Carolina Eastern Mich Florida Florida St Fresno St Georgia Georgia Tech Hawaii Houston Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Iowa St Kansas Kansas St Kent State Kentucky LSU La Tech Louisville Marshall Maryland Memphis Miami Fla Miami Ohio Michigan Michigan St Middle Tenn Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi St Missouri NC State Navy Nebraska Nevada New Mexico New Mexico St North Carolina North Texas Northern Ill Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma St Oregon Oregon St Penn St Pittsburgh Purdue Rice Rutgers SMU San Diego St San Jose St South Carolina South Florida Southern Miss Stanford Syracuse TCU Temple Texas Texas A&M Texas Tech Toledo Troy St Tulane Tulsa UAB UCF UCLA UL-Lafayette UL-Monroe UNLV USC UTEP Utah Utah St Vanderbilt Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest Washington Washington St West Virginia Western Mich Wisconsin Wyoming ----------


    PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Take a deep breath, Temple, and try to relax.

    Take a look at the schedule and realize there is no ranked team this week, no team that perennially resides in the upper half of their conference. Neither Miami team (of Ohio or Florida) is rolling into town for another few weeks and a blowout loss could be put on a one-week hiatus.

    The Owls' best chance at victory, maybe its only real chance at victory, is Saturday against Western Michigan, a program not nearly as down in the dumps as Temple's but still pretty woeful. While the Owls haven't had a winning record since 1990, the Broncos lost their final 10 games last season and changed...
    -09-23-2005, 03:08 PM
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