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  Trey Benson's 17-yard scoring run with 4:06 left in the game was his third touchdown of the game and gave No. 16 Florida State a 45-38 win over rival Florida on Friday night. Benson rushed for 111 yards on 20 carries and Jordan Travis ran for 83 yards and two scores as the Seminoles piled up 228 yards on the round - the seventh straight time they surpassed the 200-yard rushing mark. Florida threatened on its last drive in the final minutes, but Anthony Richardson’s fourth-down pass over the middle fell incomplete with 39 seconds to go.

Travis also completed 13 of 30 passes for 270 yards as Florida State (9-3) completed a sweep of its state rivals for the first time since 2016. The Seminoles routed Miami 45-3 on Nov. 5. Florida State trailed 24-21 at the half, but opened the second half with scores on its next three drives (field goal, touchdown, touchdown) to jump in front 38-24. The Gators (6-6) answered with a pair of touchdowns, one each by Montrell Johnson and Trevor Etienne, to tie the game with 7:41 left. Richardson completed just 9 of 27 passes for 198 yards and three TDs. Ricky Pearsall had a career-best 148 receiving yards, including touchdowns catches of 52 and 43 yards in the first half. - Florida State/AP College Football

QB Jordan TravisrJr/2024 >> Florida State Roster/Recruiting/Scouting
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  Dorian Thompson-Robinson ran for two touchdowns and passed for another as No. 17 UCLA rallied from an 11-point deficit to beat California 35-28 on Saturday. The Bruins (9-3, 6-3 Pac-12, No. 16 CFP) racked up 541 yards of offense, including 352 on the ground, and rebounded from a narrow defeat to USC the previous week that eliminated them from league title contention. Thompson-Robinson passed for 189 yards and gained another 88 on the ground. Zach Charbonnet rushed for 119 yards and a score, and he converted a fourth-and-2 run in Cal territory late in the game that chewed up valuable time. TJ Harden added 89 yards rushing on 12 carries for the Bruins. The Bears (4-8, 2-7) got a fourth-down stop that gave them the ball back trailing 35-28 with 1:58 remaining. But Jaydn Ott fumbled after a fourth-down reception that would have converted a first down, and Carl Jones Jr. recovered to ice the game for UCLA.

Cal's Jack Plummer threw for 294 yards and four touchdowns. Jeremiah Hunter had eight catches for 153 yards and two scores. UCLA trailed 21-10 with 58 seconds left before halftime. But Thompson-Robinson led his team on a 75-yard drive that took 40 seconds, capping it with a 19-yard touchdown scramble that brought UCLA within 21-17 at the intermission. UCLA scored on its first possession of the second half to take the lead. But Plummer hit Ott for an 8-yard touchdown that put Cal up 28-27 with 11:16 remaining. Then Thompson-Robinson engineered a 73-yard scoring drive capped by Charbonnet's 5-yard touchdown. A 2-point conversion pass to Jake Bobo gave UCLA a 35-28 lead. UCLA had 113 rushing yards in the first quarter alone and moved the ball at will. But Nicholas Barr-Mira missed a 33-yard field goal, and penalties forced the Bruins to settle for a field goal on another drive. They led 10-7 midway through the second quarter. That gave Plummer time to find his rhythm. The transfer from Purdue threw three first-half touchdown passes, including two to Jeremiah Hunter, who beat one-on-one coverage for 38- and 22-yard scores. - UCLA/AP College Football

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  Ben Finley threw for 271 yards and two touchdowns in his first career start, and North Carolina State held on to beat Drake Maye and No. 17 North Carolina 30-27 on Friday when Noah Burnette duck-hooked a 35-yard field goal try in the second overtime. Maye connected with Antoine Green from 4 yards out on the final play of regulation to tie the game at 24-all, but N.C. State (8-4, 4-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) kept the ACC Coastal Division champion Tar Heels (9-3, 6-2) out of the end zone in the first overtime. Burnette - who also missed from 27 yards in the fourth quarter - made a 26-yarder in the first OT and the Wolfpack tied it on Christopher Dunn's 31-yarder. Dunn was good from 21 yards in the second overtime and N.C. State, which never trailed, held on to hand North Carolina its second straight loss.

Devin Carter had six receptions for 130 yards and a touchdown for the Wolfpack, who snapped a two-game skid and pulled out a thrilling victory over their in-state rival for the second straight year. Carter caught Finley's back-shoulder pass just outside the end zone and backed in for a 26-yard touchdown with 3:54 remaining in regulation for the Wolfpack's first points of the second half. Finley became N.C. State's fourth starting quarterback in a seven-game span. He completed 27 of 40 passes for 271 yards. The Tar Heels and freshman sensation Maye closed the regular season with dispiriting one-score losses to Georgia Tech and the Wolfpack ahead of the ACC title game clash with No. 8 Clemson next Saturday. Maye finished 29 of 49 for 233 yards, one interception and the tying TD toss on fourth-and-goal to Green, which followed an apparent touchdown catch by John Copenhaver that was overturned on a replay review. - North Carolina State/AP College Football

QB Ben FinleyrFr/2026 >> North Carolina State Roster/Recruiting/Scouting
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  Casey Thompson threw for three touchdowns, and Nebraska ruined Iowa's chance to clinch the Big Ten West Division title outright with a 24-17 win on Friday. The Huskers (4-8, 3-6 Big Ten) snapped a five-game losing streak, and broke a seven-game losing streak to the Hawkeyes (7-5, 5-4). Iowa had its four-game winning streak snapped. Thompson threw touchdown passes of 87 and 18 yards to Trey Palmer in the first half and a 14-yarder to Marcus Washington in the third quarter as Nebraska built a 24-0 lead. Iowa had a chance to tie the game in the closing minutes, getting the ball twice in the last 3:20 after closing to within 24-17 on a 45-yard field goal by Drew Stevens. But backup quarterback Alex Padilla threw incomplete on fourth down on the first possession. Nebraska linebacker Chris Kolarevic's interception with 42 seconds left completed the Huskers' win.

The Hawkeyes need losses by Purdue and Illinois on Saturday to have a chance at back-to-back West Division titles. Thompson completed 20 of 30 passes for 278 yards. Palmer had nine catches for 165 yards. Iowa lost starting quarterback Spencer Petras to an injury in the first quarter after he was hit and lost a fumble. The turnover led to Timmy Bleekrode's 21-yard field goal and a 10-0 Huskers lead. Padilla also lost a fumble that led to Nebraska's second touchdown. Kaleb Johnson, who rushed for 109 yards, gave the Hawkeyes their first score with a 44-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. Padilla threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Luke Lachey in the fourth quarter. Padilla completed 16 of 33 passes for 141 yards. - Nebraska/AP College Football

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  Brady Cook threw for 242 yards and a touchdown while running for 138 yards and another score, and Missouri's defense stuffed Arkansas when it mattered in the fourth quarter, allowing the Tigers to become bowl-eligible with a 29-27 victory over the Razorbacks on Saturday. Cody Schrader added 97 yards rushing and a touchdown for the Tigers (6-6, 3-5 SEC), who avenged a loss to their border rival last year and have now qualified for a bowl game in each of coach Eli Drinkwitz's first three seasons Arkansas (6-6, 4-4) had the ball twice with less than 8 minutes left and a chance to drive for a go-ahead field goal, but the Tigers forced three-and-outs both times and all but ran out the clock on their first league win in a month. The Razorbacks' KJ Jefferson threw for 205 yards with two touchdowns and an interception while also running for a score, though he was constantly harassed by Missouri's defensive front. Raheim Sanders, the league's second-leading rusher, was held to just 47 yards with a touchdown reception.

Missouri actually scored on each of its first four drives yet still trailed at halftime. That's because the Razorbacks were better at reaching the end zone. While the Tigers got touchdown runs from Schrader and Cook to cap long drives, they also had to settle for a pair of field goals from Harrison Mevis, including a chipshot after a drive stalled at the Arkansas 10 late in the first half. The Razorbacks were forced to punt twice, thanks to Missouri's ferocious pass rush, but they also got a short TD run from Jefferson and his touchdown pass to Matt Landers. And when the Razorbacks got the ball back with 5 1/2 minutes before the break, they breezed 75 yards down field and Jefferson hit Sanders out of the backfield for a 21-20 lead. The Razorbacks had a chance to retake the lead in the fourth quarter, after they'd closed to within 29-24, but they couldn't get into the end zone after first-and-goal at the Missouri 2 and coach Sam Pittman settled for another field goal. That wound up being the difference in the game. - Missouri/AP College Football

QB Brady CookrSo/2025 >> Missouri Roster/Recruiting/Scouting
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  Michael Wiley ran for 214 yards and three touchdowns, and Arizona beat Arizona State 38-35 on Friday to end a five-game losing streak in the Territorial Cup rivalry. The Wildcats (5-7, 3-6 Pac-12) twice led by 10 points and let Arizona State back in it both times in a wild game that featured 1,018 combined yards. Wiley was Arizona's workhorse, finishing with the second-most rushing yards in Territorial Cup history behind Trung Candidate's 288 for Arizona in 1998. Trenton Bourguet threw for 376 yards and three touchdowns for Arizona State (3-9, 2-7) in Shaun Aguano's final game as interim coach. The Sun Devils got the ball back at their own 28-yard line with 1:33 after stopping Arizona on a fourth-and-1, but Bourguet threw his second interception after being hit.

The Sun Devils rallied from some early miscues to lead 14-10 at halftime. Once the second half started, neither team could stop the other, combining for five touchdowns and 429 yards in the third quarter alone. Giovanni Sanders caught a 9-yard touchdown pass from Bourguet to put Arizona State up 21-17. Wiley scored on runs of 12 and 72 yards to make it 31-21 Arizona. Xazavian Halladay scored on a 1-yard run after Jalin Conyers caught a 27-yard pass between two defenders, then Conyers scored on a wide-open 4-yard pass to put Arizona State up 35-31. DJ Williams answered with a 6-yard score to put Arizona back up and the Wildcats got the ball back on a strip sack of Bourguet with 3:17 left. Arizona State had one last chance after stopping the Wildcats on fourth down, but Isaiah Taylor made a diving interception after Jacob Manu hit Bourguet's arm. A melee between multiple players ensued, but the pick ended Arizona's five-year misery against its biggest rival. - Arizona/AP College Football

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  Freshman Clay Millen threw two touchdown passes and Colorado State shut out New Mexico 17-0 to close out the regular season on Friday. It was Colorado State's first shutout since beating Fresno State 37-0 in 2016. Prior to that, the Rams' last shutout came in 1997 - a 63-0 victory over Hawaii. The Rams (3-9, 3-5 Mountain West Conference), in their first season under Jay Norvell, scored 17 points in each of their three wins. Neither team scored until Millen threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to freshman Justus Ross-Simmons with 3:34 left in the second quarter, giving Colorado State (3-9, 3-5 Mountain West Conference) a 7-0 lead at halftime. The two teams combined for just 211 yards of offense before intermission. The Rams' second score was set up by a third-quarter sack. Ayden Hector got to New Mexico quarterback C.J. Montes, forcing a fumble that Grady Kelly recovered at the Lobos' 18-yard line.

New Mexico (2-10, 0-8) stuffed three straight runs and CSU settled for Michael Boyle's 23-yard field goal and a 10-0 lead with six seconds left in the quarter. Millen fired a 41-yard scoring strike to Tory Horton with 6:04 left to play to finish off the victory. Millen completed 19 of 24 passes for 214 yards. Horton had 10 receptions for 131 yards. The Rams held New Mexico to 133 yards of offense. Coming into the game, New Mexico's offense ranked last among FBS teams in total yards and Colorado State was last in scoring. The Lobos were ahead of only the Rams in third-down conversions. UNM was last in first downs and Colorado State was last in red-zone offense. The Rams lead the series 44-25 and have beaten the Lobos 11 straight times. - Colorado State/AP College Football

QB Clay MillenrFr/2026 >> Colorado State Roster/Recruiting/Scouting
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  Michael Pratt found Shae Wyatt with a 30-yard touchdown pass with 5 minutes left to lead No. 19 Tulane to a 27-24 win over No. 24 Cincinnati on Friday, making the Green Wave the hosts for the upcoming American Conference Championship game. Tyjae Spears rushed for two touchdowns and had 181 yards to contribute to the cause for Tulane (10-2, 7-1 AAC), which beat Cincinnati (9-3, 6-2) for the first time in five tries. Tulane also snapped the Bearcats' 32-game home streak. Pratt went 13-for-22 passing for 162 yards and the winning touchdown. He also rushed for 30 yards on nine carries.

Redshirt sophomore Evan Prater started at quarterback for Cincinnati in place of Ben Bryant, who suffered a foot injury in the win over Temple. Overall, Prater was 10-for-26 for 102 yards and rushed for 83 yards on 18 carries. But he was intercepted by Dorian Williams on a tipped pass to Devean Deal midway through the third quarter. Bryon Threats was flagged for pass interference on a fourth-and-3 pass attempt to set up Spears' go-ahead two-yard run. Tulane had a 13-10 lead at halftime as Valentino Ambrosio kicked a 47-yard field goal with 21 seconds left. The kick followed a 28-yard pass from Pratt to Lawrence Keys III, which was ruled a touchdown on the field as Keys appeared to roll over Arquon Bush for a 58-yard score but overturned when replays showed Keys' knee touched the turf. - Tulane/AP College Football

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  Bijan Robinson rushed for 179 yards and two touchdowns, Jaylan Ford made his fourth interception of the season, and No. 24 Texas defeated Baylor 38-27 on Friday. The Longhorns (8-4, 6-3 Big 12) kept alive their chances of making the conference title game. If Kansas can beat No. 15 Kansas State on Saturday, Texas will face No. 4 TCU for the Big 12 championship. Robinson, who carried 29 times, gained 65 of Texas' 75 yards on its go-ahead drive, scoring from the 1 to give the Longhorns a 31-27 lead with 8:25 remaining. On Baylor's next possession, Ford intercepted a pass by Blake Shapen, tying a Texas record for picks in a season by a linebacker. The Longhorns converted the turnover into a 42-yard touchdown drive, the final 11 on a run by Robinson's backup, Roschon Johnson. He finished with 13 carries for 77 yards and two touchdowns. Baylor trailed by five early in the fourth quarter when Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers dropped back from his 33. A blitzing Al Walcott forced a fumble. Lineman Gabe Hall scooped up the ball and ran 16 yards for a touchdown. A 2-point conversion put Baylor ahead 27-24.

Baylor (6-6, 4-5) sacked Ewers five times. He completed 12 of 16 passes for 194 yards. Baylor made a quick move toward ruining the Longhorns' senior day celebration. First the Bears pressured Ewers into a safety when he was flagged for intentional grounding in the end zone. Then Shapen connected with Jaylen Ellis for a 47-yard touchdown and a 9-0 lead midway through the first quarter. Ellis caught only one other pass this season before that one, a 50-yarder. But Texas responded with a 75-yard touchdown drive that Ewers, not much of a runner, finished with a 3-yard burst up the middle. Baylor punter Issac Power contributed to the Texas cause with an 11-yard shank, and the Longhorns needed to only travel 29 yards for a second score. There was an exchange of field goals, and a 45-yard Baylor touchdown drive that required just five plays and 32 seconds. Shapen finished with a 14-yard pass to tight end Ben Sims for a 19-17 halftime lead. Texas put itself in danger with three false starts and a lost fumble by Jordan Whittington early in the third quarter. But a determined Whittington turned a short pass into a 19-yard gain, setting up a 1-yard score by Johnson late in the period. - Eastern Michigan/AP College Football

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  Sean Tyler scored on a 63-yard run, Keni-H Lovely returned an interception for a touchdown, and Western Michigan surprised Toledo 20-14 on Friday to wrap up the regular season. The Broncos (5-7, 4-4 Mid-American Conference) managed only 188 yards and eight first downs but got a big boost from their two explosive touchdowns. Palmer Domschke added two field goals for Western Michigan. With Toledo leading 7-0 midway through the second quarter, Lovely stepped in front of the intended receiver to intercept a Tucker Gleason pass and returned it 36 yards down the sideline for a touchdown.

Tyler scored on a long run in which he was barely touched, bursting through the line of scrimmage before outracing the secondary to the end zone. It was a key play in his bid for back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing seasons as he surpassed the 104 yards he needed and finished at 131 for the game, 1,027 for the season. Toledo (7-5, 5-3) suffered its second consecutive loss but had already clinched the West Division title and will play Ohio for the MAC championship on Dec. 3 in Detroit. Toledo had punted 10 times and had only one drive beyond the Western Michigan 40-yard line until Tucker Gleason connected with Devin Maddox for a 57-yard pass play with a little less than six minutes left in the fourth quarter. The big play helped set up Gleason's 17-yard touchdown pass to DeMeer Blankumsee with 5:11 remaining. Gleason scored Toledo's first touchdown on a 2-yard run early in the second quarter. Gleason was only 13-of-38 passing for 200 yards with the touchdown and interception. Toledo had four turnovers. Western Michigan punted 14 times. - Western Michigan/AP College Football

RB Sean TylerrJr/2024 >> Western Michigan Roster/Recruiting/Scouting
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  Taylen Green threw four touchdown passes and rushed for another, Boise State's defense intercepted two passes in the fourth quarter, and the Broncos staved off a late rally to defeat Utah State 42-23 on Friday afternoon. Boise State (9-3, 8-0), which finished undefeated in conference play for the third time in four years, will host Fresno State in the Mountain West Conference championship game on Dec. 3. Utah State (6-6, 5-3) has lost 19 of the last 20 games against Boise State, last winning in Boise in 1996. Despite the lopsided final score, the Aggies had a chance to steal the game, driving to the Boise State 11 with less than two minutes to go before the wheels came off.

Cooper Legas, who finished 23 of 40 passing for 306 yards and rushed for 51 more, rallied Utah State to within 28-23 before throwing a pair of interceptions in the game's final 1:28, including a pick six. Green, who completed 14-of-23 passes for 224 yards, iced the game for the Broncos with a 91-yard scoring run with 1:09 remaining. Seyi Oladipo intercepted Legas's final pass and returned it 48 yards for a touchdown with 31 seconds left. George Holani added 82 yards on the ground for Boise State. Calvin Tyler Jr. led Utah State with 65 yards rushing. - Boise State/AP College Football

QB Taylen GreenrFr/2026 >> Boise State Roster/Recruiting/Scouting
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  Taylor Powell threw three touchdown passes - two of them in a pivotal third quarter - and ran for a score as Eastern Michigan rolled to a 38-19 victory over Central Michigan on Friday. Eastern Michigan (8-4, 5-3 Mid-American Conference) posted eight wins for the first time since 1987. Chris Creighton became the first coach to post four seven-win seasons in EMU history. Creighton's Eagles have qualified for a bowl game in four straight seasons and five of the last six. EMU played in one bowl game before his arrival. EMU, which closed out the regular season with three straight wins, will share the MAC West Division title with Toledo after Western Michigan upset the Rockets 20-14 on Friday. Toledo handed the Eagles their last loss in late October, 27-24. Powell threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Tanner Knue to open the scoring. Samson Evans 15-yard scoring run gave the Eagles a 14-7 lead after one quarter. Evans set an Eagles record with the 27th rushing touchdown of his career.

Freshman Bert Emanuel Jr.'s second touchdown run - a 35-yarder - pulled Central Michigan (4-8, 3-5) within 14-13 at halftime. Powell connected with Andreas Paaske for a 9-yard score midway through the third quarter to up the Eagles lead to 21-13. Powell gave EMU a two-score lead with 21-yard touchdown pass to Dylan Drummond on the final play of the quarter. Powell scored on an 11-yard run in the fourth quarter. Powell completed 24 of 36 passes for 266 yards for Eastern Michigan. Evans rushed 23 times for 135 yards. Emanuel finished with 75 yards on 16 carries, scoring all three of the Chippewas' touchdowns. The Eagles beat Western Michigan and CMU this season to take outright possession of the Michigan MAC Trophy for the first time since 2012. EMU won its only MAC championship in 1987. - Eastern Michigan/AP College Football

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  Will Rogers passed for two touchdowns and Mississippi State stopped a potential game-tying 2-point conversion with 1:25 remaining to preserve a 24-22 Egg Bowl win over No. 20 Mississippi on Thursday night. Mississippi State (8-4, 4-4 SEC), which snapped a two-game losing streak in the series, rallied from a 16-7 deficit in the second quarter with a 10-point outburst in the fourth quarter. Massimo Biscardi hit a go-ahead 34-yard field goal before Rogers connected on a 22-yard touchdown pass to Rara Thomas to build the 24-16 lead with 7:58 remaining. Ole Miss (8-4, 4-4 SEC) answered when Jaxson Dart threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to Dayton Wade with 1:25 left, capping a 99-yard drive and closing within 24-22.

After two Ole Miss timeouts to set up the two-point try, Mississippi State defensive tackle Randy Charlton batted down a shuttle pass from Dart to preserve Mississippi State's the advantage. J.P. Purvis recovered the ensuring onside kick to seal it, setting off a postgame celebration undimmed by steady rain. Rogers finished 27 of 39 passing for 239 yards, including converting 8 of 16 on third down. The Bulldogs limited Ole Miss to season-lows offensively, 331 total yards, including 74 rushing. The build up to the Egg Bowl was dominated by conflicting reports whether Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin will leave to become head coach at Auburn, replacing Bryan Harsin, who was fired in October. Kiffin met privately with his team Wednesday confirming his plans to remain. However, WCBI-TV of Columbus, Mississippi, reported Kiffin will be announced as the Auburn head coach as soon as Friday. Kiffin denied the report on social media Wednesday. - Mississippi State/AP College Football

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  Kayvon Britten ran for three touchdowns, including a game-winner with 49 seconds left in the fourth quarter, and Arkansas-Pine Bluff beat Alabama State 19-14 on Thursday. Britten carried it 28 times for 160 yards for UAPB (3-8, 1-7 SWAC). His 7-yard touchdown opened the scoring in the first quarter and his 11-yarder made it 13-0 early in the second quarter. He capped a nine-play, 72-yard drive with a 14-yard TD in the closing seconds. Dematrius Davis was 18-of-30 passing for 272 yards with an interception for Alabama State (6-5, 4-4). Jacory Merritt had 91 yards rushing and two scores in the third quarter. - Arkansas-Pine Bluff/AP College Football

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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: DB Rex Connors (UCD),...Connors proved to be not only one of the top freshmen in the conference but in the entire country as he led the league and was sixth in the country with 0.50 interceptions per game, swiping five passes on the season. The Jerry Rice Award finalist led the team with 92 tackles, 56 solo stops and added four tackles for loss. His 9.2 tackles per contest ranked third in the Big Sky, while his 5.7 solo tackles per game paced the league. - California-Davis Football

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 Player Name  College  Position  Rating Changes Made
 Dylan Laube    New Hampshire  RB  From DS#999/Unranked Jr RB/2024 to #67
 Seth Osborne    Saint Francis (PA)  OG  From DS#999/Unranked rJr OG/2024 to #68
 Jonathan Coste    Fordham  DT  From DS#999/Unranked rSr DT/2023 to #78
 TreQuan Dorsey    Saint Francis (PA)  OG  From DS#999/Unranked rSr OG/2023 to #93
 Phil Saleh    Fordham  OG  From DS#999/Unranked rSr Center/2023 to #79 OG...3/3/2022-From DS#999/Unranked Sr Center/2022 to 999/Unranked/Recheck/rSr-2023/Extra Year
 Lovell Armstead    Saint Francis (PA)  RB  From DS#74 rJr RB/2024 to #999/Unranked/Recheck
 Trey Sneed    Fordham  RB  From DS#999/Unranked rSr Transfer RB/2023 to #85...4/11/2021-From DS#999 Sr RB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
 Dequece Carter    Fordham  WR  From DS#138 Sr WR/2023 Up to #97...3/3/2022-From DS#999/Unranked rJr WR/2023 to #92
 Hendon Hooker    Tennessee  QB  From DS#1 rSr QB/2023 Down to #2...10/30/2022-From DS#2 rSr QB/2023 to #1...10/9/2022-From DS#3 rSr QB-2023 to #2...12/12/2021-From DS#10 rSr QB/2022 to 2023/Extra Year...10/13/2021-From DS#25 rSr QB Up to #14...8/1/2021-From DS#35 Sr QB/Resetting at #20
 Payne Durham    Purdue  TE  From DS#17 rSr TE/2023 Up to #5...10/19/2021-From DS#17 rJr TE Up to #12...12/15/2020-From DS#22 Soph TE Up to #14...11/19/2020-From DS#33 Soph TE Up to #20
 Dontay Demus Jr.    Maryland  WR  From DS#3 rSr WR/2023 Down to #6...1/22/2022-From DS#16 rSr WR Up to #5...1/19/2022-From DS#31 Sr WR/2022 to #16 rSr/2023/Extra Year
 Blake Freeland    Brigham Young  OT  From DS#3 rJr OT-2024 to #6 OT-2023...6/22/2022-From DS#5 rJr OT-2024/Resetting at #10...12/17/2021-From DS#16 rSoph OT Up to #8...9/18/2021-From DS#27 Jr OT to #14 rSoph/2024...11/28/2020-From Unranked to DS#28 Soph OT
 Garret Greenfield    South Dakota State  OT  From DS#17 rSr OT/2023 to #17 OT-2024/Extra Year...7/18/2022-From DS#51 rSr OT-2023/Resetting at #16...5/4/2022-From DS#999/Unranked rSr OT to #31
 Jordan Ford    California-Davis  OG  From DS#999/Unranked Sr OG/2023 to #999/Unranked/Recheck rJr/2024
 Thomas Greaney    Albany  TE  From DS#18 Sr TE/2023 Up to #12...10/19/2022-From DS#40 Sr TE/2023 Up to #17...10/10/2022-From DS#40 Sr TE/2023 Up to #25...8/2/2022-From DS#999/Unranked rSr TE/2023 to #37
 Tavion Thomas    Utah  RB  From DS#14 rJr RB-2024 to #14 RB-2023...1/13/2022-From DS#14 rSoph RB Up to #10...11/5/2021-From DS#26 Soph RB Up to #14...11/1/2021-From DS#999/Unranked Soph RB to #26
 Matthew Sluka    Holy Cross  QB  From DS#40 Jr QB/2024 Up to #17...8/7/2022-From DS#40 rSoph QB/2025 to #40 Jr/2024...3/7/2022-From DS#999/Unranked rSoph QB/2025 to #37...3/3/2022-From DS#999 Jr QB/2024 to 999/Unranked/rSoph-2025/Extra Year Recheck
 Zavier Scott    Maine  FB  From DS#999/Unranked rSr WR/2023 to #18 FB...2/7/2022-From DS#999/Unranked rSr Transfer WR/2022 to 999/Unranked/Recheck/rSr-2023/Extra Year...3/8/2021-From DS#999 rJr WR/2022-Transfer
 Matthew Bergeron    Syracuse  OT  From DS#2 rJr OT-2024 to #3 OT-2023...9/12/2022-From DS#4 rJr OT-2024 Up to #2...6/21/2022-From DS#33 rJr OT-2024/Resetting at #8...10/18/2021-From DS#95 rSoph OG to #39 OT...10/15/2021-From DS#95 Jr OG/2023 to 999/Unranked/Recheck OG/2024...11/9/2020-From Unranked to DS#46 Soph OG
 Owen Wright    Monmouth (NJ)  FB  From DS#999/Unranked rSr Transfer RB/2023 to #20 FB...5/16/2022-From DS#999/Unranked Sr RB/2022 to 999/Unranked/Recheck/rSr-2023/Extra Year-Transfer
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