2013 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FOOTBALL AWARDS
AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Blake Bortles, QB, UCF (Jr., Oveido, Fla.)
AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Marcus Smith, DE, Louisville (Sr., Columbus, Ga.)
AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYERS OF THE YEAR
Demarcus Ayers, RS, Houston (Fr., Lancaster, Texas)
Tom Hornsey, P, Memphis (Sr., Geelong, Victoria, Australia)
AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
John O’Korn, QB, Houston (Fr., Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)
AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR
George O’Leary, UCF
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|WR||Deontay Greenberry||Houston||So.||6-3||198||Fresno, Calif./Washington Union|
I solemnly swear to NEVER get married on a College Football Saturday.
Beyond that vow of pigskin solidarity, it’s unlikely that I will attend any wedding on a College Football Saturday as well.
At this point in the calendar with Christmas, New Year’s, and Valentine’s Day a lot of you guys & gals are going to state your future intentions to one another. You or someone you know, is going to get engaged. During this betrothal, plans are made and so are compromises. This is meant to be a guide to help you hold firm on a very important aspect of wedding planning: “Protect the Football: Don’t Get Married on a College Football Saturday”.
You Are Not Alone
Getting Married in the Fall makes complete sense with college football out of the picture...Read More
Teddy Bridgewater- Louisville
|Record||11 – 1|
Jameis Winston- Florida State
|Record||13 – 0|
Jordan Lynch – Northern Illinois
|Record||12 – 1|
AJ McCarron- Alabama
|Record||11 – 1|
Johnny Manziel – Texas A&M
|Record||8 – 4|
It appears Louisville is going to be joining the ACC early. At least in football that is.
The Cardinals will travel to Orlando for the Russell Athletic Bowl to face off against the Miami Hurricanes. It has been widely speculated that the Louisville may open the 2014 season with the Canes’ as well. Other opening opponent’s have also been tossed around as well, but nevertheless, the Canes are a firm test for the Cardinals. Louisville was at times, mystifying during the 2013 Louisville season. Still 11-1, the Russell Athletic Bowl will provide a barometer for Louisville as the Cardinals join the ACC in 2014. It’s also a test that the Cardinals should pass.
Here is a few quick thoughts on the match-up that’s nearly three weeks away.
Teddy Bridgewater Travels Home:
It screams ironic doesn...Read More
-Total Offense in a Season now #4 all time with 3577 yards. Teddy passed Chris Redman’s 1999 season & Stefan LeFors’s 2003 campaign.
-Now #4 All-Time in Touchdown passes in a season with 28. Bridgewater passed his own mark from 2012 and Dave Ragone’s 2000 season.
-Now #5 in Most Completions in a Season with 268 passing Chris Redman in 1997.
|1||Brian Brohm (’07)||30|
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville football team doesn’t have to wait until next fall to face one of its new league opponents. Instead, the Cardinals are going to face future Atlantic Coast Conference foe Miami (Fla.) in the 2013 Russell Athletic Bowl.
On Sunday night, it was announced the Cardinals and Hurricanes will square off Dec. 28 at 6:45 p.m. in the Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla.
Louisville, which is scheduled to join the ACC beginning in 2014, will face Miami in 2014 at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
Louisville is making its 18th bowl appearance in school history, its fourth in as many years. The Cardinals are 8-8-1 all-time in bowl games and will be playing in their 12th bowl in the last 15 years...Read More