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Oklahoma Sooners Corey Nelson was having a career season before it was cut short after suffering a torn pectoral muscle against TCU on Oct. 5. Nelson, a defensive captain who finished with 27 tackles, had returned an interception for a touchdown against Notre Dame the week before. Nelson a team captain applied first to the Big 12 Conference for a medical redshirt but was denied. True freshman played in all 14 games as a member of special teams and backup linebacker and continued to raise his game each season. Upon leaving Skyline High School, Nelson was a Five-star recruit by Scout.com and 5A Player of the Year. Definitely one of the most athletic players at his position entering the 2014 NFL Draft.
Played in all 13 games with starts against Iowa State (11/16) and West Virginia (9/7) ... caught two passes for 18 yards and returned career-high five kickoffs for season-high 101 yards in the Sugar Bowl vs. Alabama (1/2) ... recorded 73 yards on three kick returns and rushed once for no gain at Oklahoma State (12/7) ... returned two kicks for 65 yards and rushed six times for 21 yards at Kansas State (11/23) ... against Iowa State (11/16), rushed a season-high 10 times for 45 yards, caught two passes for seven yards and returned one kick for 18 yards ... Caught a 10-yard touchdown pass and rushed seven times for a team-high 36 yards at Baylor (11/7) ... carried eight times for 55 yards and returned three kicks for 68 yards against Texas Tech (10/26) ... tallied 53 rushing yards on seven carries, 11 yards on one catch and 29 yards on one kick return at Kansas (10/19) ... returned two kicks for 97 yards, including a 73-yarder, rushed once for 12 yards and caught one pass for five yards against Texas (10/12) ... rushed once for no gain and caught one pass for three yards against TCU (10/5) ... rushed three times for 15 yards, caught one pass for six yards and returned two kicks for 35 yards at Notre Dame (9/28) ... caught the first TD pass of his career, a 29-yard score, and added 68 rushing yards on eight carries against Tulsa (9/14) ... carried three times for no yards against West Virginia (9/7) ... rushed four times for 42 yards and caught two passes for two yards against ULM (8/31)
Rattle and Hum Spots Talk - June Jones and Ron Washington Resign - Big 12 - SEC Football News
RattleandHumSports.com hosts Tommy Smith and Matthew Postins look at the strange resignations of SMU Football coach June Jones and Texas Rangers Manager Ron Washington. SMU and Rangers writer Richard "Dic" Humphrey joins in to provide his insight on both of the sudden announcements from the last week.
Ray Rice has been cut by the Baltimore Ravens. How bad did the NFL mess up that situation?
We also take a peak at the Big 12 Football schedule with Big 12 insider Kevin Lonnquist as Minnesota visits Fort Worth for the first time to take on TCU.
Tennessee represents the SEC in Norman as the Vols take a shot at Bob Stoops and the Oklahoma Sooners.
UCLA makes a trip to Arlington to face Charlie Strong and the Texas Longhons after Horns Nation gets some expectations set with the beating they took at the hands of BYU, and the Baylor Bears get Bryce Petty back Friday night in Buffalo.
Tune in for all of this and more LIVE tonight at 8:30 PM CDT.
The Season is truly upon us we are in full swing as they would say if this was baseball. Baseball is going on but right now until October it's all about Football. The college race for the inaugural 4 team playoff is hot right now. We will not get an official poll from the members of the select committee until October, but in the mean time the games have been off the proverbial chain. The NFL has brought its usual brand of excitement and it has proven once again to be a constant that we just love to indulge in each year. Can we ever get enough of Football? NO!
West Virginia was able to squeak by Maryland 40-37 last Saturday in College Park. Host Greg Madia with help from staff writers Keenan Cummings and Marc Basham breakdown WVU's thrilling road victory over the Terrapins. Additionally, news broke on Monday evening that WVU has suspended standout cornerback Daryl Worley. The guys will breakdown how it affects WVU moving forwand how it'll impact the game against Oklahoma this Saturday night. Additionally, Keenan will help fill everyone in on which top recruits will be in Morgantown for the game.
Tonight's Pre Game Meal is all about the Volunteers first road game of the season and for many of the Vols the first of their young careers. Oklahoma is a highly touted opponent coming in ranked 4th in the country, and they are looking for blood. Bob Stoops has been out for the SEC every since Nick Saban called the Sugar Bowl a consolation game. Stoops says the SEC is a fraud, and he wants nothing more than to put the whooping on Tennessee. Hosts: Ben, Will, and Michael.
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Today will be our weekly Friday College Football Pigskin Preview Kickoff show where 10 games are picked both straight up and against the spread. We'll focus on the big SEC matchups as well as our game of the weekend pitting the Oklahoma Sooners vising the West Virginia Mountaineers on the road in Morgantown.
HOME TEAM IN BOLD CAPS
Favorite on the Left
*Whenever there is a whole number spread, there is always a 1/2 point added so there will never be a tie in our competition.
*For the purpose of this show, the line locks at the time the show description is posted.
VIRGINIA TECH - 7 1/2 vs. Georgia Tech
MISSOURI - 14 1/2 vs. Indiana
MICHIGAN - 3 1/2 vs.Utah
PITTSBURGH - 7 1/2 vs. Iowa
BYU - 14 1/2 @ Virginia
ALABAMA - 14 1/2 vs.Florida
FSU - 14 1/2 vs.Clemson
LSU - 9 1/2 vs.Mississippi State
NEBRASKA - 7 1/2 vs.Miami
OKLAHOMA - 7 1/2 VS. WEST VIRGINIA
There are less than 100 Days until College Football Kickoff and its prediction time. Who are the Heisman favorites? Is your favorite team a pretender, contender, or even worst AN OFFENDER? Until our Saturdays are reserved for tailgating and beer pongs join the conversation. As we being our Road2Arlington Series, bye bye BCS hello Playoffs.
The NFL Draft has come and gone and 32 teams believe they have done enough to duplicate their success from season's past or to get the bitter taste of defeat out of their mouth. Although 1st day picks may have garnered all of the fan fare at the end of the day its those diamonds in the rough he ultimately make the difference between winning and losing. Tune in as we discuss 32 teams with writers near and far to enlighten us on why this year will FINALLY be the year.
Come one come all dial 646 915 8023 and join the conversation we all have opinions, lets not be stingy with them, because I consider it my calling, my duty, my responsiblity to always tell you WHAT's HAppening and What's Up in the world of Sports.
The League that is the NFL has resumed, and College Football is now at a fever pitch for sure. The NFL is set to make sure that we watch each and every game this season with the great scheduling that has parity through out the league. It is my opinion that Seattle is by far the team to beat at this juncture. Of course as always injuries, and personnel changes go a long way in determining any winner on the football field. On the college football side of the ledger injuries, personnel, and academics go a long way in determining who will be successful on the field. Therefore, look forward to consequences, and reprecussions throughout the entire season.
Tonight's episode will start off a little different. This is a college football show, however the news surrounding the NFL cannot go unnoticed and without at least being talked about so we will discuss a couple of topics then move into Week 3 of the college football season. Can Georgia take down South Carolina on the road? Are UCLA or USC on upset alert this weekend? And how will Tennessee fair in Norman when they take on the Sooners in prime time? We will discuss all these things tonight so join me ON CAMPUS, we may even get a visit from Tarvino, host of Weigh In Sports!
Rattle and Hum Sports Southeastern Conference Show – Week Four
Hosted by Bryan Houston and guest Ces Guerra
Rattleandhumsports.com host Bryan Houston and author of “Gumbo for the Tiger Soul” Ces Guerra to review and preview the action in the SEC.
Arkansas picks up a big win on the road over Texas Tech in Lubbock.
Alabama, LSU and Texas A&M take care of business at home while South Carolina do the Aggies a solid and knock of the sixth ranked Georgia Bulldogs in Columbia.
Also, Tennessee falls on the road to one of the SEC’s biggest detractors Bob Stoops and the Oklahoma Sooners in Norman.
Week four gets started early as Auburn faces Kansas State Thursday night in a giant SEC vs Big 12 matchup.
Texas A&M looks to remain undefeated and rolling as they travel to Dallas to face the SMU Mustangs, who are adjusting on the fly as their head coach June Jones suddenly stepped down after week two. The Mustangs lost their first two games of 2014 by a combined score of 88-6 and have used their bye week to implement a new offense – easier said than done.
Alabama hosts Florida Saturday afternoon while LSU welcomes Mississippi State to Death Valley for a 6:00 CDT kick in the two biggest conference games of the week.
Join Bryan and Ces LIVE at 8:00 am CDT Monday morning for all this and more!!!
Host Adam Burke is joined by BangTheBook.com Expert Handicapper Kyle Hunter to break down the week ahead in college football. They'll take a look at the betting market in a weekly segment called "Inside The Lines" and also look at some quick blurbs and nuggets of news and information in "Quick-Hitters". After covering some of the important news that bettors need to know, the guys will break down five of this week's key matchups. For this week, those games will be Georgia at South Carolina, East Carolina at Virginia Tech, UCLA vs Texas, USC at Boston College, and Tennessee at Oklahoma. To wrap up the show, the guys will give picks on six games in "The Pick Six" with rapid fire opinions.
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