Non-BCS Football: Tuesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent IOctober 5, 2010

DALLAS - SEPTEMBER 24:  Quarterback Kyle Padron #2 of the SMU Mustangs celebrates a touchdown in the third quarter against the TCU Horned Frogs at Gerald J. Ford Stadium on September 24, 2010 in Dallas, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Former UAB quarterback and production horse Joe Webb returned home to Birmingham to visit his old team during a Minnesota Vikings bye-week.

One of last year’s most prolific receivers in the nation, Houston’s James Cleveland has been suspended for this week’s game against Mississippi State by head coach Kevin Sumlin. Cleveland had apparently violated team rules, which Sumlin did not specify on.

Southern Methodist quarterback Kyle Padron was voted the Conference-USA Player of the Week by the C-USA media for his efforts in a 42-31 win at Rice last week. It was the first SMU victory at Rice since 1986.

Navy and Wake Forest have had quite the little battle in recent memory. This week’s meeting will be the fifth time in four years.

Toledo will be traveling to Boise, Idaho this week to face the No. 4 Broncos. In its history, the Rockets are 6-8 against Top 25 teams. The Broncos, though, have won 26 consecutive games on its home blue turf.

Through its five games so far this year, the Air Force Falcons have allowed just 27 second-half points, with a total of zero coming in the fourth quarter. If TCU plays like they did this past weekend against Colorado State when they face off with the Falcons several weeks from now, we might have ourselves an upset and a newly ranked MWC team.

Brigham Young head coach Bronco Mendenhall recorded his 50th career win against Washington to open the season. Now in Week 5, he is still stuck there, and his Cougars are 1-4.

Check out what this future Colorado State Ram did in a high school game recently. I will give you a hint: he ran for half a thousand yards and scored multiple touchdowns.

Some TCU Horned Frogs had words for Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin after the Bears were handily defeated.