The 2020-2021

College Season. 

College Football

Preview.

Week Twelve.

By TOM

Let The Games Begin.  

Wisconsin Vs. Northwestern ABC 3:30

Wisconsin Offense: 

102. Cole Van Lanen- OLT, Wisconsin, 6-5, 340, #56- He was terrific against Chase Young. He blocked him better than anyone I saw (for most of the game. He knocked him off balance with some heavy hits from his hands. Great job sliding back and getting low. Though you did beat him  Read More.  

2020: Appeared and started on the defensive line in Florida's first three games of the season... Registered two tackles, half a sack and half a tackle-for-loss in the season opener versus Ole Miss... Credited with three tackles in home opener versus South Carolina and against Texas A&M (one for loss)...

2019: Appeared in 12 contests… Recorded 29 total tackles (12 solo), 4.0 tackles for loss (18 yds.), 2.0 sacks (14 yds.) and one pass breakup… Tallied six total tackles in two consecutive games (Georgia and Vanderbilt), setting a new career-high.

linebacker… Finished second on the team in tackles (55)… One of eight Gators to finish with at least 3.0 sacks… Recorded six tackles and a career-high 2.0 sacks in season opener against Miami… Tallied seven tackles (five solo) at Kentucky… Notched six tackles and a sack at Mizzou… Registered career-highs of eight tackles against Florida State and in the Capital One Orange Bowl against Virginia.

#7 Danny Davis III- 6’, WR, Sr-

Career: Has played in 37 games with 13 starts at wide receiver ... has caught 96 passes for 1,086 yards yards and 11 touchdowns ... owns 16 carries for 175 rushing yards and 1 touchdown.

#3 Kendric Pryor- 5-11, WR, Rs- Sr-

Career: Has played in 23 games with 9 starts at wide receiver ... owns 36 receptions for 452 yards (12.6 ypc) and 4 touchdowns ... has 17 rushing attempts for 179 yards and 3 touchdowns.

#37 Garrett Groshek- 5-11, RB, Rs-Sr-

Career: Former walk-on has played in 41 games ... has 168 carries for 916 yards (5.5 ypc) and 5 touchdowns ... has 57 receptions for 492 yards (8.6 ypc) and 1 touchdown.

#67 Jon Dietzen- 6-6, ORG, Rs-Sr-

Career: Has played in 35 games and made 32 starts: 20 starts at left guard and 12 at left tackle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wisconsin Defense: 

127. *Jack Sanborn- ILB, Wisconsin, 6-5 239, Rs-Sr, #37- Wisconsin undergrads usually don’t declare. He made big plays in the big games: Read More.

#97 Isaiah Loudermilk- DE, Rs-Sr- 5-tech in their odd fronts. Good size. You cannot run at him. He can dig under the ORT and take out the RB’s legs on the goal line. Fierce. Smart. Tough.

 

#93 Garrett Rand- DE, Rs-Sr-

#50 Izayah Green-May- OLB, Rs-Jr-

#25 Eric Burrell- FS, Rs-Sr-

#21 Caesar Williams- CB, Rs-Sr-

 

 

 

Northwestern Defense: 

#42 Paddy Fisher- 6-4, 240, MLB, Rs-Sr- good player. I thought I had him in my 2020 Draft Preview, but I guess I left him out.

2020: Walter Camp Preseason All-American ... Athlon Sports' Preseason All-American ... Athlon Sports and Phil Steele Preseason All-Big Ten Teams ... Butkus Award Watch List ... Named to Lott Impact Trophy Watch List ... Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List... Started the 39th game of his career against Maryland (10/24)...Recorded four total tackles in the Wildcats' 43-3 victory...Was one of three NU players to record 10+ tackles in comeback win over Iowa (10/31)...Compiled double-digit tackles for second straight game vs. Nebraska (11/7)...Was the third time in his career he collected at least 10 tackles in back-to-back outings...First player since at least 2000 to compile 28 tackles through the first three games of a season in three different years...Recovered the second fumble of his career against Purdue (11/14)...Returned it for 22 yards, which was the longest fumble return by a Wildcat since Jared McGee's 82-yard recovery that went for a touchdown in the 2018 Holiday Bowl.

#99 Earnest Brown IV- 6-5, 270, DE-

2020: Named to Phil Steele's 2020 Preseason All-Big Ten Team ... Athlon Sports' Preseason All-Big Ten Team... Made his first career start in the season opener against Maryland (10/24)...Started for second straight game and recorded two tackles at Iowa (10/31)...Recorded two tackles for loss vs. Nebraska (11/7)...Compiled two tackles and one pass breakup for the third straight game against Purdue (11/14)

#51 Blake Gallagher- 6-1, 228, WLB- 2020: Phil Steele's and Athlton Sports' Preseason All-Big Ten Teams... Started and made four total tackles against Maryland (10/24)...Recorded double digit tackles for the ninth time in his collegiate career at Iowa (10/31)...Was one of three NU players to compile at least 10 tackles against the Hawkeyes...Snatched an interception on Iowa's final drive of the game, the fifth of his career...Recorded a career-high 14 tackles against Nebraska (11/7)...Compiled five total tackles at Purdue (11/14).  

#5 JR Pace- 6-1 210, Safety-

2020: Snatched his eighth career interception against Maryland (10/24)...Made his 27th start and recorded his first quarterback hit...Recorded six tackles, including one for loss in the comeback victory over Iowa (10/31)...Compiled seven tackles and contributed to shutout of Nebraska's offense in the second half (11/7)...Recorded three total tackles at Purdue (11/14).  

prospects in this Draft. He can really move backwards int eh kickslide. He just doesn’t give up Sacks, in the SEC. Very impressive prospect who could find himself in the 1st round.

#90 Jake Saunders- 6-2, 300, DT, Rs-Sr-

#93 Joe Spivak- 6’, 300, DT-

 

 

Northwestern Offense: 

60. Rashawn Slater- 6-4, 315,  #70- He decided to opt out of his Senior season. Smart Decision maker.

He will line up a little further outside when the DE goes wide-9, in a two-point stance. Smooth kickslide back. Mirrors the big D-end with quicks and aggression. Read More.

#12 Peyton Ramsey- 6-2, 220, QB, Grad-

2020: Graduated from Indiana University with secondary education degree and enrolled at Northwestern in June...Named to the Johnny Unitas Award Watch List for a second-consecutive year...Posted a 23-30 clip with 212 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions in Northwestern debut...Also rushed for 47 yards with a touchdown...Became the first Wildcat quarterback to throw for at least 200 yards in his debut since Dan Persa in 2010...Played a role in Northwestern overcoming a 17-point deficit at Iowa (10/31)...Helped Wildcats score at least 21 points for third consecutive outing vs. Nebraska (11/7)...Threw for at least three touchdowns for the sixth time in his career and first time as a Wildcat at Purdue (11/14)...48 career passing touchdowns are the second-most by any active Big Ten quarterback, trailing only Ohio State's Justin Fields (52).

#0 Raine John- 6-2, 230, TE, GR- 2020: Recorded a team-high five receptions with 53 yards against Maryland (10/24)...Started against Iowa (10/31)...Scored first touchdown as a Wildcat in victory over Nebraska (11/7)...Brought in four receptions for 33 yards...Recorded 26 yards on two receptions in victory over Purdue (11/14).

#73 Vogel Gunnar- 6-6, 310, , Rs-Sr-

2020: Has started in every game for the Wildcats this season.

2019: Appeared in a season-best nine games and made nine starts ... The 'Cats' rushing attack surpassed 275 yards in three games, including a season-high 383 in a win over Illinois, to finish fourth in the Big Ten with 180.1 yards per game.         

Iowa ST @ Kansas ST

4:00 ABC:

 

Iowa ST Offense: 

 

#58. *Brock Purdy- QB, Iowa ST, 6-1, 212, #15- He tends to be a little wobbly to start games. Needs a hit or two to get going. Stares down his first target too much. Shotgun QB who doesn’t move his feet in the pocket enough. He over relies on his arm and doesn’t use his body. Throws flat footed and leans back to pressure too much.

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120. *Charlie Kolar- TE, Iowa State, Rs-Jr, 6-6, 245, #88- 2019: Second-Team All-American by the FWAA and PFF … Third-Team All-American by the AP … First-Team All-Big 12 … First-Team Academic All-American (CoSIDA) … one of eight semifinalists for the John Mackey Award … started 10 of 13 games as one of the nation’s best tight ends … first Cyclone in the history of the program to be named to an All-America team and Academic All-American … third on the team in receptions (51) and receiving yards (697) … led the team in touchdown receptions (7), tying for the 10th-most in school history and the second-most by a Cyclone tight end … his 697 receiving yards is the most by a Cyclone tight end and his 51 catches ranks second … had a streak during the season with four-straight games with a touchdown catch, tying for the third-longest string in school history … led all Big 12 tight ends and was sixth nationally among FBS tight ends in catches per game (3.9), sixth in receiving yards per game (53.6) and tied for fourth in touchdown catches (7) … had five games of 70+ yards receiving … 36 of 51 receptions went for first downs/touchdowns and 16 catches were successful third/fourth down conversions … caught three of ISU’s six successful fourth down conversion passes … recorded five catches for 72 yards and a touchdown vs. Baylor … caught three passes for 79 yards vs. Texas Tech with two going for touchdowns … also had a career-long 49-yard catch vs. Texas Tech … tallied eight catches for 88 yards and a touchdown vs. Oklahoma State … his 13-yard touchdown catch with :24 seconds left vs. Oklahoma put the Cyclones within one point and a chance for victory … recorded a career-high 100 receiving yards vs. Kansas.

#89 Dylan Soehner- 6-7, 272 TE Rs-Sr-

#11 Chase Allen- 6-7, 240, Rs-Sr-

#75 Sean Foster- 6-8. 318, OLT, Rs-Sr-

 

Iowa State Defense: 

 

#58 Eyioma Uwazurike- 6-6, 310, DT, Rs-Sr-

#3 JaQuan Bailey- 6-2, 261, DE, Rs-Sr-

#35 Jake Hummel- 6-1, 228, Will, SR-

#11 Lawrence White IV- 6’, 197, FS, Rs-Sr-

#12 Greg Eisworth II- 6’, 198, SS, Gr-Tr-

 

Kansas ST Defense: 

 

#59 Drew Wiley- 6-4, 300, DT-

#0 Elijah Sullivan- 6’, 215, Will, Rs-Sr-

#31 Jahron McPherson- 6-2, 200, SS, Gr-Tr-

#12 AJ Parker- 5-11. 178, CB, Rs-Sr-

#32 Justin Hughes- 6-1, 229, Mike, Rs-Sr-  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kansas State Offense: 

 

#0 Briley Moore- 6-4, 250, TE, Grad-

#69 Noah Johnson- 6-1, 287, OC, Gr-Tr-

 

 

 

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"A peaceful transition of power...

is what make America, America.

To say differently is Putin-like Treason. 

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