|Ray Vinopal had arguably the best season of any former Michigan player.|
S/LB Isaiah Bell: Bell played for Lake Erie College and ended the year with 14 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, and 1 fumble return for a 97-yard touchdown. His college career is complete.
TE Pharaoh Brown: Brown missed the early part of the season due to injury, and he finished the year with 10 catches for 123 yards (12.3 yards/catch) and 2 touchdowns. His two touchdowns came in the only two losses Oregon suffered, so I bet Ducks fans hope he goes scoreless next year. He will be a junior and likely full-time starter in 2014.
CB Cullen Christian: Christian made just 2 tackles as a backup defensive back at Pitt this year. He will be a fifth year senior in the fall.
CB Gareon Conley: Conley redshirted as a freshman at Ohio State. He will be a redshirt freshman in the fall.
CB Dallas Crawford: Crawford became Miami’s starter after Duke Johnson got hurt. Crawford finished the season with 137 carries for 558 yards (4.1 yards/carry) and 12 touchdowns, caught 20 passes for 171 yards (8.6 yards/catch) and 1 touchdown, and returned 4 punts for 27 yards (6.8 yards/return). He will be a redshirt junior in the fall and will likely return to backup duty behind Johnson.
S Vladimir Emilien: As a backup outside linebacker for the Toledo Rockets, Emilien ended the year with 15 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 sack, and 1 fumble recovery. His college career is finished.
K Anthony Fera: Texas’s starting placekicker and punter was 20/22 (90.9%) on field goals and 45/46 (97.8%) on extra points. He also averaged 40.7 yards on 75 punts. His college career is complete.
K Matt Goudis: Goudis was 13/17 on field goals (76.5%) and 57/57 on extra points for Miami. He also averaged 64.3 yards/kickoff on 4 attempts.
OT Jake Fisher: Fisher started ten games at right tackle for Oregon. He will be a senior in the fall and presumably return to his starting right tackle spot.
S Carvin Johnson: Johnson ended the year second on Hampton’s team with 122 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, 3 interceptions for 59 yards, 6 pass breakups, and 2 fumble recoveries. His college career is done.
LB Mike Jones: Jones was third on his Western Michigan team with 92 tackles, adding 5 tackles for loss, .5 sacks, 1 pass breakup, and 1 fumble recovery. His college career is finished.
WR/TE Ricardo Miller: Miller started two games and played in a total of six, finishing with 5 receptions for 52 yards (10.4 yards/catch) for UMass. His college playing career is complete.
LB Kaleb Ringer: Ringer played linebacker in six games for Ferris State and made 14 tackles with 1.5 tackles for loss. He will be a redshirt sophomore in the fall.
WR Jerald Robinson: Robinson led his Walsh University team in all categories with 38 catches for 499 yards and 7 touchdowns. He will be a fifth year senior in the fall.
S Marvin Robinson: Robinson led Ferris State in tackle with 89, adding 1 tackle for loss, 1 interception, and 1 pass breakup. His college playing career is over.
DE Chris Rock: Rock played in one game for Ohio State against Florida A&M but did not record any statistics. He will be a redshirt junior in the fall.
WR Je’Ron Stokes: Stokes was part of a meager passing game at Norfolk State, where he caught 15 passes for 158 yards (10.5 yards/catch) and 1 touchdown. He also had 1 carry for 2 yards and returned 7 punts for 43 yards (6.1 yards/return). His college playing career is over.
S Ray Vinopal: Vinopal started at free safety for the Pitt Panthers and ended up second on the team with 83 tackles, adding 3 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, 3 interceptions returned for 60 yards, 6 pass breakups, 2 forced fumbles, and 1 fumble recovery. He has one year remaining at Pitt, where he will presumably start once more.
CB Adrian Witty: Witty started most of the year at free safety for Cincinnati, ending the year with 46 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 1 interception for a 41-yard touchdown, and 4 pass breakups. He has one year remaining at Cincinnati, where he will presumably return as a starter.
TE Pharaoh Brown: Brown was targeted twice but did not record a reception in Oregon’s 36-35 win over Oregon State in the Civil War. The game was won on a touchdown pass from Marcus Mariota to Josh Huff with 29 seconds remaining.
CB Dallas Crawford: Crawford was bottled up for 14 carries and just 22 yards, plus 1 catch for 3 yards, in Miami’s 41-31 win over Pitt.
S Vladimir Emilien: Emilien had 2 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 fumble recovery in Toledo’s 31-29 loss to Akron.
K Anthony Fera: Fera was 5/5 on extra points and 2/2 on field goals (from 49 and 37 yards) in Texas’s 41-16 win over Texas Tech.
K Matt Goudis: Goudis was 5/5 on extra points and 2/2 on field goals (from 39 and 29 yards) in Miami’s 41-31 win over Pitt.
LB Mike Jones: Jones had 6 tackles in Western Michigan’s 33-14 loss to Northern Illinois.
Defensive coordinator Greg Robinson: Robinson’s defense tallied a whopping 9 sacks in Texas’s 41-16 win over Texas Tech.
Head coach Rich Rodriguez: Arizona ended its regular season on a downer with a 58-21 loss to Arizona State. Ka’Deem Carey finished the game with 32 carries for 157 yards and 1 touchdown, but quarterback B.J. Denker threw 3 interceptions. Arizona ends the year at 7-5.
S Ray Vinopal: Vinopal had 4 tackles and 1 pass breakup in Pitt’s 41-31 loss to Miami.
|Former Michigan cornerback Greg Brown (pictured here from high school) is now at Iowa Central Community College|
S/LB Isaiah Bell: Bell had 3 tackles and .5 tackles for loss in Lake Erie’s 48-27 loss to Findlay.
CB Greg Brown: Brown did not ring up any statistics this past weekend, but for Iowa Central Community College this year, he has 29 tackles, 13 pass breakups, 2 interceptions, and 1 touchdown on a 30-yard INT return.
TE Pharaoh Brown: Brown had 2 catches for 21 yards in Oregon’s 42-14 win over UCLA.
CB Dallas Crawford: Crawford had 7 carries for 35 yards in Miami’s close 27-24 win over Wake Forest.
S Vladimir Emilien: Emilien had 2 tackles and 1 tackle for loss in Toledo’s 28-25 win over Bowling Green.
K Anthony Fera: Fera was 3/3 on field goals (from 36, 37, and 43) and 2/2 on extra points in Texas’s 30-7 win over TCU.
K Matt Goudis: Goudis was 3/3 on extra points, made a field goal from 34 yards, and missed one from 40 yards. Miami won 27-24 over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
S Carvin Johnson: Johnson had 4 tackles and 1 pass breakup in Hampton’s 30-7 win over the Delaware State Hornets.
LB Mike Jones: Jones had 11 tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss in Western Michigan’s first win of the year, a 31-30 victory over UMass.
LB Kaleb Ringer: Ringer had 1 tackles in Ferris State’s 30-27 win over Michigan Tech.
WR Jerald Robinson: Robinson had 3 catches for 44 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown, in Walsh University’s 30-29 victory over Tiffin.
S Marvin Robinson: Robinson had 8 tackles in Ferris State’s 30-27 win over Michigan Tech.
Head coach Rich Rodriguez: Rodriguez and his Arizona Wildcats beat Colorado by a score of 44-20. Arizona quarterback B.J. Denker ran for 192 yards on 15 carries without scoring a touchdown, but running back Ka’Deem Carey had 4 scores and 119 yards on the ground. Arizona is now 5-2 on the year.
WR Je’Ron Stokes: Stokes had 1 catch for 8 yards in Norfolk State’s 27-24 loss to Old Dominion.
S Ray Vinopal: Vinopal had 6 tackles and 2 pass breakups in Pitt’s 24-21 loss on a last-second field goal to Navy.
|Defensive coordinator Greg Robinson is helping out a Texas team that was thought to be sliding downward.|
TE Pharaoh Brown: Brown had 1 catch for 18 yards in Oregon’s 45-24 victory over Washington.
K Anthony Fera: Fera was 3/3 on field goals, including makes of 50, 43, and 31 yards. He was also 3/4 on extra points with the fourth attempt being blocked. His Texas Longhorns beat Oklahoma by a score of 36-20.
Linebackers coach Jay Hopson: Hopson’s Alcorn State team moved to 5-2 after a 48-0 destruction of Grambling. The team rushed for 288 yards and passed for another 254
S Carvin Johnson: Johnson had 6 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 pass breakup in Hampton’s 31-26 victory over North Carolina A&T. That’s Hampton’s first win of the year.
LB Mike Jones: Jones had 14 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, .5 sacks, and 1 pass breakup in Western Michigan’s 33-0 loss to Buffalo. Western is 0-7 on the season, but Jones is having a decent year with 63 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, 1 forced fumble, and 1 pass breakup.
Defensive coordinator Greg Robinson: Don’t look now, but Greg Robinson – recently hired as Texas’s defensive coordinator – helped the Longhorns to their 36-20 upset win over Oklahoma. Oklahoma managed just 263 total yards and quarterback Blake Bell got picked off twice, one of which was returned for a touchdown.
WR Jerald Robinson: Robinson had 3 catches for 33 yards and 1 touchdown in Walsh University’s 38-28 win over Malone. He now has 24 catches for 306 yards and 5 touchdowns on the year.
S Marvin Robinson: Robinson started at safety and had 5 tackles in Ferris State’s 54-44 win over Grand Valley State.
Head coach Rich Rodriguez: Arizona fell to 3-2 after a 38-31 loss to USC. The Wildcats were down 28-3 at one point, but they recovered to make it a one-score game. Quarterback B.J. Denker had a career day with 363 yards and 4 touchdowns through the air.
WR Je’Ron Stokes: Stokes had 1 catch for 8 yards in Norfolk State’s 14-7 loss to Delaware State.
S Ray Vinopal: Vinopal had 6 tackles in Pitt’s 19-9 loss to Virginia Tech.
CB Adrian Witty: Witty had 6 tackles and 1 tackle for loss in Cincinnati’s 38-20 win over 0-6 Temple.