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09/19/17 - Mason ColerSr/2018, Michigan, 6-4, 297 (DS#2 C)
Mason Cole is up in the club. Cole has joined a long legacy at Michigan, where he has a shot to close his career with the most starts by an offensive lineman in school history after beginning it as the first true freshman to start at left tackle for the Wolverines. Cole is set to start his 42nd straight game when the eighth-ranked Wolverines (3-0) open the Big Ten season with their first road game against Purdue (2-1) on Saturday. Michigan will be without receiver Tarik Black against the Boilermakers. Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh said Black needs surgery to repair a "crack" in his foot. The freshman had 83 yards receiving and a touchdown in his debut, a win over then-No. 17 Florida and leads the team with 11 receptions and 149 yards receiving.

Cole's value is difficult to measure as an offensive lineman, but he's moving up the charts for durability. The senior is on pace to pass standouts such as Steve Hutchinson, Taylor Lewan, Jeff Backus and Jon Jansen, who started a record 50 games from 1995-98, on the list of starts by an offensive lineman for college football's winningest program. And like family members do sometimes, players have to make sacrifices for the greater good of the group. Cole did that when he was moved from left tackle to center, where he started all 13 games last season. Harbaugh moved him back to left tackle this season, a move that should help the Wolverines and potentially Cole, too, because the coveted position is more valuable in the draft. "After pulling off the feat of starting at left tackle as a freshman, Mason showed how unselfish he was when they moved him to center," said Long, who retired from the NFL in April because of a torn Achilles tendon. "The fact that he's so versatile bodes well for his NFL stock." - AP College Football

09/19/17 - Jake LutonrJr/2019, Oregon State, 6-6, 234 (DS#25 QB)
Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton is back with the Beavers after taking a scary hit in their loss to Washington State and being removed from the field on a stretcher. The school tweeted Saturday night that Luton had been released from Pullman Regional Hospital and returned to Corvallis. Luton had movement in all of his extremities, but after the game Oregon State coach Gary Andersen did not have an update on Luton's condition. According to The Oregonian , Luton's father, Judd, posted on Facebook that his son had a "probable thoracic spine fracture." Luton himself tweeted his thanks for the messages of support. Luton was injured when he was hit awkwardly by Washington State safety Jalen Thompson at the end of a 9-yard run early in the fourth quarter. - AP College Football

09/19/17 - Feleipe FranksrFr/2021, Florida, 6-5, 219 (DS#4 QB)
Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks walked into his American History class Monday and was handed a trophy, an award professor Steve Noll gives to students for asking really good questions. Franks got it for delivering the ultimate answer against Tennessee. Franks heaved a 63-yard touchdown pass to Tyrie Cleveland as time expired Saturday, giving Florida a 26-20 victory over the Volunteers. The redshirt freshman spent the last two days getting praised for a play that will go down in program lore. He was congratulated walking across campus and even got a few "awkward" stares. Noll's presentation topped them all. "He just gave me the trophy out of nowhere to start the class and told me good throw," Franks said. "That's kind of how class started."

Frank's throw helped mask another poor offensive showing by the Gators (1-1, 1-0 Southeastern Conference), who play at Kentucky (3-0, 1-0) on Saturday. Florida managed 380 yards against the Vols, but 135 of those came on two fourth-quarter plays. Otherwise, the Gators found no offensive flow, made several mistakes and helped cough up the lead in the closing minutes. Franks completed 18 of 28 passes for 212 yards in his second career start , with two touchdowns and an interception. - AP College Football

09/18/17 - Max BrownerSr/2018, Pittsburgh, 6-4, 230 (DS#4 QB)
Three weeks into the season, Pitt remains a mystery. At least to its head coach. Pat Narduzzi isn't sure who his quarterback is or how the Panthers as a whole will react after getting drilled 59-21 by Oklahoma State last weekend. "It's hard to tell where they are," Narduzzi said Monday. "We'll find out Saturday (against Georgia Tech) where they are. It's hard to read sometimes." The quarterback situation included. There is "or" between Max Browne and Ben DiNucci's names on this week's depth chart and Narduzzi is in no rush to make a decision as Pitt (1-2) opens Atlantic Coast Conference play on the road against the Yellow Jackets (1-1).

Browne was pulled in the first half against Oklahoma State, completing 7 of 10 passes for 60 yards and failing to guide a touchdown drive for the second straight game. DiNucci passed for 228 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions after coming on in relief. DiNucci's mobility gives opponents a dimension Browne doesn't offer. Yet DiNucci can also be sloppy with the ball. He fumbled late in a loss to Penn State before a pair of picks against the Cowboys with Pitt in full-on desperation mode. "We're going to continue to evaluate," Narduzzi said. "Both do some good things on tape. Ben sparked with his feet and running the ball. Max does the same thing in the passing game." - AP College Football

09/18/17 - Alize WardrSo/2020, Stephen F. Austin, 5-10, 195 (DS#999 FS)
SEPT 18 STATS FCS NATIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Alize Ward, Stephen F. Austin, R-So., S, 5-10, 195, San Diego...Saving his best for last, Ward scored on a game-ending, 70-yard interception to provide the winning margin in the Lumberjacks' 37-31 triumph over Incarnate Word. Following a timeout and on a 3rd-and-6 with 16 seconds remaining, UIW quarterback Sean Brophy threw a desperation pass off a flea-flicker that Ward picked off on his team's 30. Ward broke across the field and ran down the right sideline, leaping over an UIW player at the Cardinals' 5 and diving into the end zone. Ward also posted the second-most tackles for the Lumberjacks with 10, including one for loss, and notched two pass breakups. Honorable Mention: Gerald Ferguson, LB, Robert Morris; Nate Hatalsky, LB, Albany; Tyree Horton, LB, Illinois State; Richard Jarvis, DE, Brown; Mario Jenkins, LB, Idaho State; Dylan Weigel, LB, ETSU; Vincent White, CB, UC Davis. - STATS FCS Football

09/18/17 - Bob PughrSr/2018, Indiana State, 5-11, 190 (DS#999 WR)
SEPT 18 STATS FCS NATIONAL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Bob Pugh, Indiana State, WR, R-Sr., 5-11, 190, Foley, Alabama...National players of the week usually come from victorious teams, but Pugh was worthy after he nearly gave Indiana State an upset of nationally ranked Liberty. In the Missouri Valley Football Conference team's 42-41 loss, Pugh put up the second-best single-game performance in school history (and fifth-best in conference history) with 260 receiving yards on eight catches. He scored touchdowns on a 64-yarder in the second quarter and a 31-yarder in the third, and also had 43- and 49-yard catches while averaging 32.5 yards per receptions. Honorable Mention: Lenorris Footman, QB, Alcorn State; Gage Gubrud, QB, Eastern Washington; Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond; Peter Pujals, QB, Holy Cross; Kurt Rawlings, QB, Yale; Chris Streveler, QB, South Dakota; James Tabary, QB, McNeese. - STATS FCS Football

09/18/17 - Aidan ONeillSo/2020, Towson, 6-0, 182 (DS#999 K)
SEPT 18 STATS FCS NATIONAL SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Aidan O'Neill, Towson, PK, So., 6-1, 182, New Paltz, New York...O'Neill hit a game-winning, 55-yard field goal to end Towson's final game last season and he was at it again in booting a 42-yarder as time expired to lift his CAA Football squad past Saint Francis 16-14, which ended the Red Flashes' 11-game home winning streak. O'Neill was 3 for 3 on field goals, also connecting on 33- and 38-yard attempts. He's 23 of 28 on field goals in 14 career games. Honorable Mention: Willie Barrett, LB, Marist; Lorran Fonseca, PK, Nicholls; Nick McBeath, LB, Holy Cross; Ryan Parenteau, DB/ST, UC Davis; Fidel Romo-Martinez, P, Delaware State; Marcus Taylor, KR, Norfolk State. - STATS FCS Football

09/18/17 - Bryson ArmstrongrFr/2021, Kennesaw State, 5-11, 201 (DS#999 OLB)
SEPT 18 STATS FCS NATIONAL FRESHMAN PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Bryson Armstrong, Kennesaw State, R-Fr., LB, 5-11, 201, Marietta, Georgia...In just his third career game, Armstrong set third-year program Kennesaw State's single-game record with 15 tackles (13 solos) in a 20-14 victory at Alabama State. He intercepted a pass in the second quarter for his fourth takeaway of the season and it led to the go-ahead touchdown. He also had two sacks, including one on Alabama State's final possession, which came up empty, and allowed the Big South preseason co-favorite to improve to 2-1. Honorable Mention: Grayson Atkins, PK, Furman; Zane Dudek, RB, Yale; Gresch Jensen, QB, Montana; Franklin "Mac" McCain III, CB, North Carolina A&T; Daniel Smith, QB, Campbell; Cade Sparks, QB, Indiana State; Ryan Stover, QB, Towson; C.J. Wall, CB, Princeton. - STATS FCS Football

09/18/17 - Gage GubrudrJr/2019, Eastern Washington, 6-1, 195 (DS#23 QB)
SEPT 18 BIG SKY OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Junior quarterback Gage Gubrud led Eastern Washington to its first win of the season with a 56-21 road win at Fordham. Gubrud completed 29 of 41 passes for 399 yards and registered three touchdown passes. He added 72 rushing yards and two touchdowns in the win. It was the seventh-most yards in school history. It was the first time in his career that Gubrud recorded multiple rushing touchdowns in a game, and he also had three touchdowns passing. Eastern scored 28 unanswered points to pull away from a 7-7 tie after the first quarter to secure the win. Other Nominees for ROOT SPORTS Offensive Player of the Week: Michael Dean, Idaho State; Gresch Jensen,Montana; James Felila, Southern Utah; Jake Maier, UC Davis. - Big Sky Football

09/18/17 - Mario JenkinsrSr/2018, Idaho State, 6-0, 230 (DS#57 ILB)
SEPT 18 BIG SKY DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Senior linebacker Mario Jenkins was an integral part in Idaho State's 30-28 upset victory over Nevada. Jenkins had a career-high 17 tackles to lead the Bengals to its first win over an FBS team since 2000. The win snapped a 27-game losing streak to FBS schools. Jenkins added one sack, two tackles for loss and a forced fumble in the second quarter. Jenkins and the Bengal defense forced three Wolf Pack turnovers in the victory. Other Nominees ROOT SPORTS Defensive Player of the Week: Albert Havili, Eastern Washington; Josh Buss, Montana; Stone Kane, Northern Colorado; Mister Harriel, Sacramento State; Chinedu Ahanonu, Southern Utah; Vincent White, UC Davis. - Big Sky Football

09/18/17 - Ryan ParenteauJr/2019, California-Davis, 6-1, 200 (DS#999 SS)
SEPT 18 BIG SKY SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Junior defensive back Ryan Parenteau came away with a remarkable two blocked punts in UC Davis' road win at Portland State. Both of his two blocked punts led to a UC Davis touchdown. Parenteau first career blocked punt came during the final minutes of the first quarter, and teammate Darryl Graham scooped up the ball and raced into the end zone to extend the Aggies' lead to 10 points. Late in the third quarter, Parenteau had the magic hands again when he blocked his second punt of the day. His second blocked punt led to a Aggie touchdown and a 23-7 lead over Portland State. He also had eight tackles. Parenteau's first blocked punt was the first by an Aggie in more than five years, and the first returned for a touchdown since 2008. Other Nominees for ROOT SPORTS Special Teams Player of the Week: Roldan Alcobendas, Eastern Washington; Parker Johnson, Idaho State; Brandon Purdy, Montana; Khalil Dotson, Portland State; Elijah Dotson, Sacramento State; Manny Berz, Southern Utah; Jonah Williams, Weber State. - Big Sky Football

09/18/17 - Cardon JohnsonrSr/2018, James Madison, 5-09, 202 (DS#33 RB)
1020208|James Madison leading rusher Cardon Johnson has been lost to a season-ending lower right leg injury, coach Mike Houston announced Monday. Johnson was injured in the top-ranked Dukes' 75-14 win over Norfolk State on Saturday. The redshirt senior has rushed for 347 yards and three touchdowns in the team's 3-0 start, including 265 yards and two scores in a season-opening win at East Carolina. The native of Newport News, Virginia, has been plagued by Achilles injuries during his career, missing all of 2014 and the final six games of James Madison's national championship season last year. Johnson has a case to petition the NCAA for a sixth season of eligibility, but Houston says that's up to Johnson, who's already a graduate student. "You hate losing a veteran player there at that position, or any position," Houston said. "You hate it for (Johnson), him being a fifth-year senior and having that happen to his senior year." The Dukes, who host Maine in the CAA Football opener for both teams on Saturday, have excellent depth at running back with Georgia Tech transfer Marcus Marshall and junior Trai Sharp. - STATS FCS Football

09/18/17 - Dante PettisSr/2018, Washington, 6-0, 192 (DS#2 WR)
SEPT 18 PAC-12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Dante Pettis, SR, PR, Washington...Pettis tied two NCAA records and one school record in the sixth-ranked Huskies' 48-16 win over Fresno State...Pettis returned a punt 77 yards for a touchdown, tying the NCAA record for career punt return TDs, with his eighth...He's also the third player in NCAA history to return a punt for a score in three consecutive games, as he also did it against Rutgers and Montana. He's already tied the UW record for single-season punt return TDs with three this year (with at least nine games to play)...He also had five receptions for 92 yards and three touchdowns, scoring from four, seven and 73 yards to tie his career high for TD receptions in a game. And for good measure, he also completed a 39-yard pass to tight end Hunter Bryant on Washington's first offensive play of the game. ALSO NOMINATED, SPECIAL TEAMS: Shun Brown, ARIZ; Dylan Klumph, CAL; Chase McGrath, USC; Matt Gay, UTAH. - Pac-12 Football

09/18/17 - Devante DownsSr/2018, California, 6-2, 240 (DS#16 ILB)
SEPT 18 PAC-12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Devante Downs, SR, LB, California...Downs totaled a career-high and game-high-tying 14 tackles, 2.0 sacks (-13 yards) and 3.0 tackles for loss (-21 yards). He added his fifth career interception and second of the season in leading Cal to a 27-16 win over Ole Miss...Downs is also the Pac-12's leading tackler, and tied for 14th nationally, over the first three games of the 2017 campaign with 10.7 tackles per game...Downs has been key in leading a Cal defense that has allowed an average of 22.0 points per game in the opening three contests after giving up 42.6 points per game in 2016. ALSO NOMINATED, DEFENSIVE: Colin Schooler, ARIZ; Troye Dye, ORE; Harrison Phillips, STAN; Christian Rector, USC; Sunia Tauteoli, UTAH; Frankie Luvu, WSU. - Pac-12 Football

09/18/17 - Luke FalkrSr/2018, Washington State, 6-3, 225 (DS#2 QB)
SEPT 18 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Luke Falk, SR, QB, Washington State...In WSU's 52-23 win over Oregon State, Falk completed 37-of-49 passes (75.5 percent) for 396 yards, six touchdowns and no interceptions...Falk's six touchdown passes pushed his career total to 98, passing Jared Goff (Cal) for 4th-most in Pac-12 history...Falk recorded his eighth career 5-TD game and tied a WSU record with six touchdown passes...Falk threw for 396 yards, upping his career total to 11,793, 5th-most in Pac-12 history and tallied 380 yards of total offense, upping his career total to 11,521, 7th-most in Pac-12 history. ALSO NOMINATED, OFFENSIVE: Brandon Dawkins, ARIZ; Manny Wilkins, ASU; Jake Curhan, CAL; Steven Montez, COLO; Royce Freeman, ORE; Bryce Love, STAN; Darren Andrews, UCLA; Deontay Burnett, USC; Tyler Huntley, UTAH. - Pac-12 Football

09/18/17 - Nick FitzgeraldrJr/2019, Mississippi State, 6-4, 230 (DS#4 QB)
SEPT 18 SEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Nick Fitzgerald, QB, Mississippi State...Fitzgerald accounted for four touchdowns in the most dominant victory over No. 11 LSU in the series' 111-year history, which also was MSU's largest margin of victory over a ranked opponent since 1942...He completed an efficient 15-of-23 passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns...He added 88 yards rushing, averaging 6.3 yards per carry with two scores on the ground...He finished with 260 yards of total offense and moved into second place in MSU career touchdowns responsible with now 55, surpassing Don Smith. - SEC Football

09/18/17 - Derrick BaityJr/2019, Kentucky, 6-2, 180 (DS#10 CB)
SEPT 18 SEC CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Derrick Baity Jr., CB, Kentucky...Responsible for three defensive takeaways in the second half of Kentucky's 23-13 win at South Carolina, including a pair of tackles on 4th-and-1 and a pass interception...On the first possession of the third quarter, on 4th-and-1 from the UK 49-yard line, he crashed from the corner to tackle running back A.J. Turner, who was brought down for no gain; the change of possession set up a UK drive for a field goal In the fourth quarter, on 4th-and-goal at the UK 1-yard line, he again crashed from the corner to tackle running back Rico Dowdle, who was brought down for no gain to give the ball back to the Wildcats...Grabbed a pass interception on South Carolina's final possession...Led UK with eight tackles...UK limited South Carolina to 13 points; it is the first time in nine years that the Wildcats have held three consecutive opponents to 17 points or less...UK limited South Carolina to 54 rushing yards; it is the first time in nine years that the Wildcats have held three consecutive opponents under 100 yards rushing. - SEC Football

09/18/17 - LaDarius WileySr/2018, Vanderbilt, 6-1, 205 (DS#22 FS)
SEPT 18 SEC CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: LaDarius Wiley, S, Vanderbilt...Wiley registered a career-high 11 tackles, intercepted a pass and knocked down two other attempts, leading Vanderbilt's defense in an impressive 14-7 victory over No. 18 Kansas State. The win allowed Vanderbilt to go 3-0 for the first time since 2011...Wiley's effort helped spark a Commodore defense effort that limited a K-State offense averaging 55 points and 506 yards to a lone touchdown and 277 total yards...Wiley has been a key contributor on a Commodore defense that ranks No. 1 nationally in scoring defense (4.3 ppg) and total offense (198.3 ypg)...It marked Vanderbilt's first home win over a non-SEC foe ranked in the Top 25 since 1946 (7-0 victory over No. 20 N.C. State on Nov. 9, 1946. - SEC Football

09/18/17 - Austin MacGinnisrSr/2018, Kentucky, 5-10, 176 (DS#12 K)
SEPT 18 SEC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Austin MacGinnis, PK, Kentucky...Enjoyed a perfect night by making all three field goals and both PATs, totaling 11 points, in UK's 23-13 win at South Carolina...Scored all of UK's points in the second half with his trio of field goals, keeping South Carolina at bay...Field goals were 27, 44 and 21 yards...His 21-yard field goal with 2:07 to play gave UK a two-possession lead, sealing the win for the Wildcats...His six pin-point kickoffs kept the ball out of the hands of Gamecock return ace Deebo Samuel...Has made 6-of-7 field goals this season, with the only miss coming from 48 yards. - SEC Football

09/18/17 - C.J. HendersonFr/2021, Florida, 6-0, 185 (DS#2 CB)
SEPT 18 SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: C.J. Henderson, DB, Florida...Henderson recorded an interception in the fourth quarter, running it back for a 16-yard touchdown, the second of his career. He became the first Gator since 1980 to record a pick-six in back-to-back games...Since 1996, he is also the only true freshman in the nation to have returned interceptions for touchdowns in consecutive games. He is one of two true freshmen to have recorded at least one pick-six this season and is the only one to have two under his belt...Through his first two games as a Gator, Henderson is now tied for first in program history for most interceptions returned for touchdowns in a season, with the all-time record for a career being four...Henderson helped account for UF's third consecutive multi-interception game and helped give the Gators their 31st multi-interception game against an FBS team since 2010, which is the most in the SEC during that span. - SEC Football

09/18/17 - Darryl WilliamsrSo/2020, Mississippi State, 6-2, 305 (DS#6 OG)
SEPT 18 SEC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Darryl Williams, OL, Mississippi State...Williams graded out the highest for MSU (99%) in the most dominant win over No. 11 LSU in program history (37-7)....He added three knockdowns in the start and paved the way for an MSU rushing attack that racked up 285 yards rushing, the most allowed by LSU since Nov. 14, 2015...Williams has helped anchor a Bulldog line that has issued just one sack all season, the fewest in the league this year. Williams provided protection for 465 yards of total offense. - SEC Football

09/18/17 - Jeffery SimmonsSo/2020, Mississippi State, 6-3, 301 (DS#4 DT)
SEPT 18 SEC DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Jeffery Simmons, DL, Mississippi State...Simmons has proved to be one of the SEC's top defensive lineman through three weeks and he did it again in the win over No. 11 LSU...He collected a career-best seven tackles, including a career-high 1.5 sacks for a loss of six yards...He also added two quarterback hurries and dominated the line of scrimmage. The Bulldogs held LSU to 133 yards rushing, its fewest since Nov. 5 last season. - SEC Football

09/18/17 - Brandon SilversrSr/2018, Troy, 6-2, 214 (DS#19 QB)
SEPT 18 SUN BELT OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brandon Silvers, Troy (Sr., QB)...Used his arm and his legs to lead Troy to a big road victory at New Mexico State. Combined for 335 yards of total offense with 286 through the air and 21 on the ground. Sealed Troy's victory with a 32-yard touchdown as he kept on an option read as NMSU crashed the middle on Jordan Chunn on fourth-and-1 and he went around right end. - Sun Belt Football

09/18/17 - Anthony FloryJr/2019, Appalachian State, 6-1, 233 (DS#25 ILB)
SEPT 18 SUN BELT DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Anthony Flory, Appalachian State (Jr., LB)...Flory set career highs with nine tackles (six solo) and 2.0 sacks (-9 yards) in the conference-opening win at Texas State. - He was also credited with a pair of QB hurries. - Flory helped App State limit the Bobcats to 13 points and contributed to a Mountaineer defense that clamped down to allow only six points in four Texas State trips to the red zone. - Sun Belt Football

09/18/17 - Gus NaveFr/2021, South Alabama, 5-11, 190 (DS#999 CB)
SEPT 18 SUN BELT SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Gus Nave, South Alabama (Fr., DB)...Nave returned a blocked field goal 83 yards for the Jags' first touchdown of the night, sparking a stretch late in the first quarter in which South scored 21 points in less than three minutes to break open the game. He later added his first career interception and chipped in a career-high-tying three tackles on defense to help USA record its first shutout since Oct. 16, 2010, and the program's largest margin of victory ever against an NCAA Division I opponent while giving up just 172 total yards. - Sun Belt Football

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