Saturday, May 10, 2014

Saturday--May 10th, 2014

Rob Blanchflower remains a possible option for the Steelers and the Patriots for Day Three of the NFL Draft.

Oops,  and the Eagles too.

Kent State's Dri Archer went in the third round to the Steelers.  If you missed it. Archer ran a 4.26 in the NFL Combine, which was the second fastest time in Combine history. With all the money riding on these picks, no team is willing to take anyone else's word for statistics, so that's why there are twelve guys at the forty finish line all timing the same guy.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------'s best remaining picks for Day Three. Still available is Boston College's Andre Williams.


The Eagles took Vanderbilt's Jordan Matthews.

He scored a TD against UMass at Gillette.


The MAC will keep an eight-game conference schedule after UMass leaves.


USA Today says the college football playoffs will make it tougher than ever on Cinderella teams.


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