|Jay Hopson has Alcorn State chugging along pretty nicely.|
Former DT Richard Ash: Ash made 1 tackle in Western Michigan’s 45-14 victory over Murray State.
Former TE commit Pharaoh Brown: Brown had 3 catches for 38 yards, including an 8-yard touchdown in Oregon’s 38-31 win over Washington State. The game was tied 31-31 until the Ducks scored the go-ahead touchdown with 5:33 left.
Former CB Cullen Christian: Christian had 1 tackle in West Virginia’s 45-33 loss to Oklahoma.
Former CB commit Dallas Crawford: Crawford made 3 tackles in Miami’s 41-31 loss to Nebraska.
Former K Matt Goudis: Goudis sat out Miami’s loss to Nebraska with an injury.
Former LB coach Jay Hopson: Hopson, the head coach at D-II Alcorn State, moved to 3-1 with a 52-9 win over Mississippi Valley State. His only loss this year came at the hands of Southern Miss, an FBS school, by a score of 26-20. Against D-II opponents, the Braves have scored 50+ points in each game and they have allowed 6, 7, and 9 points.
Former defensive coordinator Greg Robinson: Robinson is now the defensive coordinator at San Jose State, a team that is #99 nationally with 31 points per game allowed. They’re also #59 nationally by giving up 375 yards/game, which isn’t terrible considering two of their opponents have been Auburn and Minnesota.
Former head coach Rich Rodriguez: Arizona won a ridiculous game against Cal by a score of 49-45. Arizona was down 28-6 at halftime, but they outscored Cal 43-17 in the second half. The game was finally won on a 47-yard Hail Mary from Anu Solomon to Austin Hill as time expired. Solomon was 47/73 for 520 yards, 5 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions. Receiver Cayleb Jones caught 13 passes for 186 yards and 3 touchdowns, and Hill caught 8 passes for 127 yards and 2 touchdowns. It’s interesting to watch from afar as Rodriguez has gone from a run-heavy spread offense at West Virginia and Michigan to a passer-friendly one in Arizona, although they usually still run the ball well.
Former S Ray Vinopal: Vinopal made 7 tackles in Pitt’s 24-20 loss to Iowa.