Our second edition of the watch list for the Kentuckiana Heisman Trophy, the mythical award we’ll give to a player from one of the four Football Bowl Subdivision teams (Louisville, Kentucky, Indiana, Western Kentucky) from the area at the end of the season.
Our inaugural watch list for the Kentuckiana Heisman Trophy, our mythical award that we’ll give to a player from one of the four Football Bowl Subdivision teams (Louisville, Kentucky, Indiana, Western Kentucky) in the area at the end of the season.
The All-American didn't play the second half so Rozier stepped up again.
Louisville was looking to remind people just who they were on Saturday while Western Kentucky attempted to prove their abilities as well.
Going towards this weekend, Louisville, Kentucky and Western are all looking to recover and turn their own respective pages.
Last week, saw a lot of football and I thought it only appropriate to take a look at some of area schools.
The Cards grabbed a commanding victory over Florida International last Saturday, while the Cats prepare for on onslaught of top notch teams beginning with Florida on Saturday
Yesterday, I looked at some of the area top college football players and major awards that they were on the watch list for, there were a few awards that I wasn’t able to look at due to space though and I’m taking a moment to do that now.
Well, folks as we get ready for college football let's take a look at some area schools, where they are in terms of team development and there schedules.
The Capital One Mascot Challenge has had representatives from a number of area colleges, not the least of which is the first "Hall of Famer."
As other conferences flourish the Big East officially ends for all intents and purposes. Meanwhile Western Kentucky goes to a higher regarded conference in the aftermath.
After the Superbowl the next event that the NFL starts looking towards is the Draft; and in the draft this year is several standouts from area colleges.
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