Archive for the ‘Running Back’ Category

Shun White shocks and awes TowsonAnd we should all thank him for his service to country and the fantasy football world.

Washington Post breaks down the day for a running back that did not appear on our list, but took great advantage of some injuries to simply have a huge day.

Starting QB Kaipo missed the game due to a strained hamstring, so that put top slotback Jarod Bryant under center. With FCS opponent Towson putting 8 in the box often to stop FB Eric Kettani, White had the corner all day long averaging over 17 yards per carry.

UPDATE: has White listed as a RB/WR, so if you can play him as WR that makes his acquisition even more important. I will guess that your league has rules in place for the slashes like Chad Hall, Freddie Barnes and now Shun, so proceed accordingly.


#1 RB Harvey Unga of BYUVince and Drew break down all the changes to his RB rankings over the past two weeks – movers and shakers, sleepers and freshmen – and how it should affect your upcoming draft.

Also, we discuss the events that led to him moving Brigham Young RB Harvey Unga to the #1 spot ahead of media darling Knowshon Moreno of Georgia.

Oh yes, he also threw down the gauntlet that all challengers WILL LOSE in his Head2Head College Salary Cap Fantasy Game.

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Noel DevineI just added new polling functions to the site, spent a bit of mental energy narrowing down the list to five, and now I see “Other” is in second place.



So, if not Beanie Wells, Knowshon Moreno, Noel Devine (right, Icon SMI), Eugene Jarvis, or Ian Johnson, who is your pick to be the #1 running back in 2008 fantasy college football?

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On Ning

Focusing on the offensive skill positions, Vince Mullins and Drew Smith answer the burning questions ahead of the 2008 NFL Draft on April 26.

We’ll talk sleepers, reverse sleepers and where we project many of the big names (Matt Ryan, Darren McFadden, etc.) to begin their professional football careers.

Joe Flacco from Delaware during the 2008 Senior Bowl.John, Drew and me sit down to discuss how we plan to cover the upcoming NFL Draft on April 26 on the first podcast of 2008.

Since we have seen Joe Flacco play about as often as anyone, we feel we have something to contribute to the conversation…