Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 10

Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 10

November 5, 2019
Dele’ Harding (image via The Champaign Room)

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Devin Asiasi, TE (UCLA): Asiasi had 4 catches for 45 yards and 1 touchdown in a 31-14 win over Colorado.

Brian Cole, S (Mississippi State): Cole made 3 tackles and 1 pass breakup in a 54-24 win over Arkansas.

Kekoa Crawford, WR (Cal): Cal had a bye week.

Ja’Raymond Hall, OT (CMU): Hall did not play.

Hit the jump for more.

Deron Irving-Bey, DE (CMU): Neither did Irving-Bey.

Reuben Jones, DE (West Virginia): Jones made 2 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss in a 17-14 loss to Baylor. He has 17 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks on the season.

Oliver Martin, WR (Iowa): Iowa had a bye week.

Eddie McDoom, WR (South Florida): South Florida had a bye week.

Brandon Peters, QB (Illinois): Peters was 6/11 for 120 yards and 1 touchdown, and he rushed 3 times for 41 yards, in a 38-10 win over Rutgers. Those rushes included a 54-yarder before getting caught at the 2-yard line.

Myles Sims, CB (Georgia Tech): Sims made 1 tackles in a 20-10 loss to Pitt.

Drew Singleton, LB (Rutgers): Singleton made 2 tackles in a 38-10 loss to Illinois.

Aubrey Solomon, DT (Tennessee): Solomon made 4 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 sack in a 30-7 win over UAB.

Kurt Taylor, RB (Iowa Central Community College): Taylor played but did not record any stats in the 53-41 win over Fort Scott Community College.

Ryan Tice, K (CMU): Tice was 2/5 on field goals but 6/6 on extra points in a 48-10 win over Northern Illinois. He’s now 11/19 on field goals this season.

Nolan Ulizio, OT (Pitt): Ulizio is Pitt’s starting right tackle.

Kareem Walker, RB (Mississippi State): Walker did not play in the 49-30 loss to Texas A&M.

Keith Washington, CB (West Virginia): Washington made 2 tackles and 1 pass breakup in a 17-14 loss to Baylor.

Tyrone Wheatley, Jr., TE (Morgan State): Wheatley did not play in a 48-0 loss to Norfolk State.


George Campbell, WR (West Virginia): Campbell made 1 catch for an 83-yard touchdown in WVU’s 17-14 loss to Baylor. Campbell also recovered a muffed punt.

Shaun Crawford, CB (Notre Dame): Crawford made 5 tackles in a 21-20 win over Virginia Tech.

Messiah DeWeaver, QB (Old Dominion): DeWeaver did not play in 24-17 loss to Florida International.

A.J. Dillon, RB (Boston College): Dillon had 35 carries for 242 yards and 3 touchdowns in a 58-27 win over Syracuse. Believe it or not, that’s his second-highest career rushing total: he ran for 272 yards against Louisville as a freshman.

Kevin Doyle, QB (Arizona): Doyle did not play in a 56-38 loss to Oregon State.

Emil Ekiyor, OG (Alabama): Ekiyor is a backup offensive guard for Alabama.

Jordan Elliott, DT (Missouri): Missouri had a bye.

Eric Gray, RB (Tennessee): Gray had 8 carries for 8 yards, but he caught 1 pass for a 13-yard touchdown – his first career score – in a 30-7 win over UAB.

Devery Hamilton, OG (Stanford): Stanford had a bye.

Dele’ Harding, LB (Illinois): Harding made 12 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 forced fumble, and 1 interception that he returned 54 yards for a touchdown. That’s his second pick-six of the year. Illinois beat Rutgers, 38-10, and Harding was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week.

Kai-Leon Herbert, OG (Miami): Herbert is a backup for Miami.

Stephen Herron, Jr., OLB (Stanford): Stanford had a bye.

Jeremiah Holloman, WR (Florida International): Holloman did not play in a 24-17 win over Old Dominion.

Jalil Irvin, OG (Auburn): Irvin is a backup for Auburn.

Chase Lasater, LB (Florida Atlantic): Lasater did not play in the 35-24 win over Western Kentucky.

David Reese II, LB (Florida): Reese made 6 tackles and 1 tackle for loss in a 24-17 loss to Georgia.

Otis Reese, S (Georgia): Reese did not record any stats in the 24-17 win over Florida.

Erik Swenson, OT (Oklahoma): Swenson is Oklahoma’s starting left tackle.

Garrett Taylor, S (Penn State): PSU had a bye.

Leonard Taylor, TE (Cincinnati): Taylor did not record any catches, but he did return 1 kickoff for 13 yards in a 46-43 win over East Carolina.

Victor Viramontes, LB (UNLV): Viramontes made 1 tackle in a 37-17 loss to Colorado State.

Tyrece Woods, DT (Buffalo): Woods made 3 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, and 1.5 sacks in a 43-14 win over Eastern Michigan.


Jay Hopson, Head Coach (Southern Mississippi): Hopson and his 5-3 squad had a bye week.

Scot Loeffler, Head Coach (BGSU): Bowling Green moved to 3-6 with a 35-6 win over Akron.

Jim McElwain, Head Coach (CMU): The Chippewas are now 6-4 after a 48-10 win over Northern Illinois.

Les Miles, Head Coach (Kansas): The Jayhawks dropped to 3-6 with a 38-10 loss to Kansas State.

Rich Rodriguez, Offensive Coordinator (Ole Miss): Ole Miss fell to 3-6 with a 20-14 loss to #12 Auburn.

Tyrone Wheatley, Head Coach (Morgan State): Morgan State dropped to 1-8 after an embarrassing 48-0 loss to Norfolk State.


  1. Comments: 95
    Joined: 8/22/2019
    Nov 05, 2019 at 10:28 AM

    Thunder – you have any thots on the amount carries AJ Dillon has been getting at BC? He seems to be the most successful of the decommits but he is in his 3rd year he has 300 227 and 232 and counting carries. Seems like a lot of wear and tear on a body esp if you want to play pro ball and would think a GM would certainly take it into account. Always thought Chris Perry got too much work at UM and broke down quickly in NFL. Doesn’t seem like BC coach is helping Dillon by running him 30 times a game.

    • Comments: 3844
      Joined: 7/13/2015
      Nov 05, 2019 at 10:55 AM

      Yeah, absolutely. But that’s what Boston College wants to do. Even the backup has 107 carries (by comparison, Michigan’s leading ball carrier is Zach Charbonnet with 117 carries). It’s a run-centric offense. Michigan hasn’t had similar rushing attempt numbers since 2010 and 2011, when Denard Robinson was toting the ball a ton, along with Fitzgerald Toussaint and other backs. It’s probably not good for his pro prospects, but Dillon’s lack of speed probably isn’t good for his pro prospects, either. I don’t think Dillon is likely to have a long career either way.

    • Comments: 6285
      Joined: 8/11/2015
      Nov 05, 2019 at 11:22 AM

      The dream of the 90s is alive in Boston.

  2. Comments: 1
    Nov 05, 2019 at 6:59 PM

    Love these updates. I believe Rueben Jones played in the last West Virginia game

    • Comments: 3844
      Joined: 7/13/2015
      Nov 06, 2019 at 8:37 AM

      Thanks. I’ve been forgetting to include him.

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