Highest Searched Players over the last 7 days

Video Center

  •  
    Silva: Week 11 Matchups

    Silva: Week 11 Matchups
  •  
    Matchups: Burkhead vs. Raiders

    Matchups: Burkhead vs. Raiders
  •  
    Dose: Brown Lights Up Titans

    Dose: Brown Lights Up Titans
  •  
    Dose: Bills to Start Peterman

    Dose: Bills to Start Peterman
  •  
    Waivers: Davis

    Waivers: Davis' Time to Shine
  •  
    Dose: Cam Rolls on MNF

    Dose: Cam Rolls on MNF
  •  
    Dose: Beathard Carries 49ers

    Dose: Beathard Carries 49ers
  •  
    Dose: Wilson Leads Seahawks

    Dose: Wilson Leads Seahawks

Blogs

Twitter

Like us on Facebook! Like us on Facebook!

Community Forums

Player News

View Rss Feeds

New Mexico senior QB Lamar Jordan ran for 116 yards and two scores in a 38-35 loss to UNLV on Friday.

Jordan attempted four passes, and completed zero. The Lobos had zero yards passing, but were able to run for an impressive 482 yards, with three players -- including Jordan -- going over 100 yards. It looked like he was going to end his last game in New Mexico on a high-note, as he took a keeper 41 yards to give New Mexico a 35-30 lead with just over a minute left. The Lobos defense couldn't get it done over the last possession, however. Jordan will try to get a victory in his last game next week against San Diego State.
Nov 18 - 1:11 AM

New Mexico redshirt junior RB Tyrone Owens ran for 164 yards on 15 carries with a touchdown in a 38-35 loss to UNLV on Friday.

Owens isn't going to come close to getting to his numbers last year (1,097 yards, seven touchdowns), but he looked like that type of runner on Friday. His rushing touchdown was a two-yard dive into the end zone that gave the Lobos a 28-27 lead over the Rebels in the middle of the fourth quarter. The Lobos and Owens will close their year next week against San Diego State.
Nov 18 - 1:05 AM

UNLV junior RB Lexington Thomas ran for 127 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries in a 38-35 victory over New Mexico on Friday.

Thomas has now scored in every game but one this year, and has scored multiple touchdowns in six. He's likely going to finish the year with 1,300 yards rushing, and another multi-touchdown game against Nevada next week will give him 20 on the season. The 5-foot-9, 190-pound junior will likely be the top running back returning in the Mountain West Conference next year.
Nov 18 - 1:00 AM

UNLV redshirt freshman QB Armani Rogers completed 13-of-25 passes for 211 yards and a touchdown and ran for 192 yards and a touchdown in a 38-35 victory over New Mexico on Friday.

Those 193 rushing yards are the most of any quarterback in Rebels history. The 6-foot-5, 225-pound quarterback couldn't do much over the air for most of the game, but he crushed the Lobos with his speed and power, and he threw two gorgeous passes over the final drive with the Rebels trailing by five, including the game-winning touchdown to Kendal Keys. Rogers has things to work out, but there's no denying that he's an upper-echelon talent in the Mountain West Conference. A win over Nevada next week will send them to a bowl game.
Nov 18 - 12:57 AM

Western Kentucky redshirt sophomore WR Lucky Jackson caught five passes for 109 yards with a score in a 41-38 triple-overtime victory over Middle Tennessee on Friday.

Jackson has been a boom-or-bust player for the Hilltoppers all year, and this wasn't an exception. On four of his catches, he accumulated a total of 13 years. On one of his catches, he had a 93-yard touchdown from Western Kentucky quarterback Mike White. He's now gone over 100 yards in two of the last three games, and with his speed, he's always a threat to take one deep.
Nov 18 - 12:38 AM

Middle Tennessee junior RB Tavares Thomas turned 18 carries into 92 yards and two scores in Friday's 41-38 loss to Western Kentucky in triple-overtime.

Thomas has now scored four touchdowns in the last two weeks, after scoring just three touchdowns in the previous eight. His two-yard plunge into the end zone tied the game at 24-24, and he scored again in overtime to momentarily give the Blue Raiders a 38-31 lead in overtime two. Thomas's strong play over the final stanza of the season gives the Blue Raiders run game optimism for the 2018 season, but he'll look to get MTSU into a bowl game next week with a win over Old Dominion.
Nov 18 - 12:19 AM

Middle Tennessee sophomore WR Ty Lee caught 11 passes for 114 yards in a 41-38 triple-overtime loss to Western Kentucky on Friday.

Lee (5'9/163) clearly has developed a rapport with Brent Stockstill, and was once again his go-to wideout in this one. The 5-foot-9, 163-pound receiver is a difficult cover whether he's operating in the slot, coming out of the backfield or even lining up out wide. Unfortunately for Lee and the Blue Raiders, it wasn't enough to overcome the Blue Raiders defense. Middle Tennessee gets another chance to qualify for a bowl next week against Old Dominion.
Nov 18 - 12:14 AM

Western Kentucky senior WR Nacarius Fant hauled in 14 catches for 101 yards and a touchdown in a 41-38 triple-overtime over Middle Tennessee on Friday.

Fant (5'9/185) has really stepped up for the Hilltoppers over the last three weeks, catching 28 passes in that time frame. His touchdown was a big one; a five-yard score from quarterback Mike White that tied the game at 31-31 after the first overtime. Fant and the Hilltoppers close their regular season game next week against Florida International.
Nov 18 - 12:08 AM
More Player News