Non-BCS Football: Thursday Afternoon One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent IOctober 7, 2010


If you watched TCU and SMU play two Fridays ago on national television, you probably became aware of Mustang running back Zach Line. The converted linebacker had a career day against the Horned Frogs, rushing for 139 yards and a score. Line was hospitalized a few days after the loss to TCU.

Rice currently ranks 114th in passing defense amongst all Football Bowl Subdivision schools.

Central Florida used motivation from a game two years ago to power its way to a 42-7 victory over UAB last night.

One Notre Dame player has converted to wide receiver from running back. He now leads the Irish in receiving, becoming one of the offense's best players.

A broken arm and a pit bull later, Florida Atlantic cornerback Tarvoris Hill is playing much better football.

Former Mississippi State quarterback Wesley Carroll is now a Golden Panther at Florida International and is on the verge of breaking through in the Sun Belt.

As fun as it must be to play football for the Hawaii offense, it must be even more fun to play scout offense in the week leading up to the game against the Warriors.

It is a rarity that Utah plays a team from the Big 12. Since the conference was formed in 1996, the Utes have only played three games against Big 12 schools.

Despite a 1-4 record, the Brigham Young Cougars are doing something absolutely spectacular.

This week’s version of the AP Poll features more Mountain West teams than Atlantic Coast Conference teams.