College Football Roundup: Week 3

Mason King

College Football is officially underway, and if the first weekend is any indication of how this season is going to be… we’re going to be in for a great one. Let’s look at how Tiger Tech is doing this week.

Air Force Falcons  (2-0) 
18 Jackie Arnold – SS

Bye Week

Last game they defeated Georgia State 48-14.

24 Arkansas Razorbacks (2-0) 
96 Karl Roesler – DL

Sept. 17th vs. Texas State – 7:30 PM – SEC Network

The Razorbacks earned a ranking in the AP poll after pulling off a huge upset against 15th ranked TCU, winning by a score of 41-38.

Centre Colonels (2-0) 
23 Ryan Askin – DB
88 Sam Gray – TE
96 Ben Logsdon – K/P
59 Kyle Oliver – LB
30 Connor Barnes – LB
1 Michael Ackerman – WR
65 Lowell Brown – OL
21 Jaylon Hibbs – WR
85 Davis Kannapell – TE

Sept. 17th @ Washington (MO) – 2:00 PM

The Colonels defeated Anderson 56-14. Tiger Tech performed well: Lowell Brown got the start, Jaylon Hibbs had 3 receptions for 14 yards, Sam Gray had 1 reception for ten yards, Connor Barnes recorded three tackles, Kyle Oliver had one, and Ben Logsdon was a perfect 7/7 on extra points.

Cincinnati Bearcats (2-0)
77 John Kurtz – OL

Sept. 15 vs. 6 Houston – 7:30 PM – ESPN

The Bearcats won their matchup against Purdue by a score of 38-20.

Colorado State Rams (1-1) 
12 Deonte Clyburn – LB

Sept. 17th vs. Northern Colorado – 4:00 PM

CSU won their first game against 23-14 against UTSA.

Dayton Flyers (2-0) 
47 Andrew McCormick – LB

Sept. 17th @ Duesquene – 12:00 PM – Watch ESPN App

McCormick got a single tackle for a loss a 13-0 victory over Robert Morris.

Eastern Illinois Panthers (1-1)
67 Austin Askin – OL

Sept. 17th @ Illinois State – 2:00 PM

The Panthers defeated the Miami Redhawks 21-17.

Eastern Kentucky University (0-1) 
47 Logan Butler – LB

Sept. 17th @ Ball State – 3:00 PM – ESPN3

EKU defeated the University of Pikeville 55-14. Logan Butler had one solo tackle and one assisted tackle.

23 Florida Gators (1-0)
30 Garrett Stephens – DB

Sept. 17th vs. North Texas – 7:30 PM – ESPNU

The Gators (putting this very lightly) defeated Kentucky by a score of 45-7.

Franklin Grizzlies (1-1) 
88 Zach Frizzell – SE

Sept. 17th @ Defiance – 1:30 PM

The Grizzlies lost to Butler 59-14.

Indianapolis Greyhounds (0-2) 
16 Brad Schickel – K

Sept. 17th @ Southwest Baptist – 7:00 PM

The Greyhounds lost to Marian 38-16. Brad Schickel hit a 35 yard field goal, and punted a whopping seven times, averaging a little under 40 yards.

John Carroll University (0-1) 
A.J. Breit – QB

Sept. 17th vs. Baldwin Wallace University – 7:00 PM

John Carroll was defeated in their season opener 33-14.

Kentucky Wildcats (0-2) 
88 Charles Walker – WR
37 Spencer Foy – LB

Sept. 17th vs. New Mexico State – 3:30 PM – SEC Network

45-7. “That’s all I have to say about that.” – Forrest Gump

7 Lindsey Wilson Blue Raiders (2-0) 
87 Corey Smith – TE
63 Ryan Karrer – OL

Sept. 17th @ Bluefield College – 1:30 PM 

The Blue Raiders defeated 18th ranked Georgetown 49-35. 

10 Louisville Cardinals (2-0) 
42 Tyler Polston – TE
60 Tyler Haycraft – OL
63 Nathan Scheler – OL
29 Mason King – P

Sept. 17th vs. 2 Florida State – 3:30 PM – ABC

The Cardinals continued their dominant play against Syracuse, winning 62-28. They now play in the most anticipated game of the week, attracting College Gameday to Louisville, and some College Football Playoff talks along with it. 

Morehead State Eagles (0-2) 
15 Austin Gahafer – QB
30 Malik Carr- LB
75 C.J. Phillips – OL

Sept. 10th vs. Virginia Military Institute – 6:00 PM – OVC Digital Network

The Eagles lost a close matchup to VMI 17-13. Gahafer passed for 250 yards and one touchdown. 

Pikeville Upike Bears (2-1) 

93 Corneilius Jackson DL

Sept. 17th vs. Bethel – 1:30 PM

The Upike Bears lost to EKU 55-14. Jackson had a solid game, recording 4 solo tackles and three assisted tackles.

Southern Methodist University (1-1) 

56 Michael Sehlinger – LS

Sept. 17th vs Liberty – 6:00 PM – ESPN3 

SMU lost their matchup to 23rd ranked Baylor 40-13. 

Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks (1-1) 

4 George Stone III – LB

Sept. 17th @ McNeese – 7:00 PM – American Sports Network 

Stone and the Lumberjacks defeated West Alabama 30-24. He recorded two solo tackles and three unassisted tackles. 

Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (1-1) 
49 Jake Collins – K
51 Clark Campbell – LB

Sept. 17th @ Miami (OH) – 3:30 PM – ESPN3 

WKU struggled offensively most of the game. The final score was 38-10. Collins was punting early and often, however, he did average 47 yards per punt on 8 attempts. 

See someone missing? Let us know and we’ll make sure to add them the list.

 

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Posted on September 15, 2016, in Former Tigers, Tiger Football, WSTX Sports and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. After the Bama game, Jake was #7 punter (D1) in nation — avg yards per punt!

    I’ll fwd you his stats for this Sat.’s game vs. Miami – Ohio

    Kathy Campbell kcampbell1115@gmail.com (502) 939-6727

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