Landry Jones

Senior Bowl Winners and Losers

Florida State's EJ Manuel was MVP of the Senior Bowl, but he wasn't the biggest winner in Mobile.
<p> Senior Bowl Winners and Losers, including Central Michigan tackle Eric Fisher, BYU defensive end Ezekial "Ziggy" Ansah, Southeastern Louisiana cornerback Robert Alford, Washington cornerback Desmond Trufant, Oklahoma tackle Lane Johnson, NC State quarterback Mike Glennon, Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones, Michigan receiver Denard Robinson, Georgia nose tackle John Jenkins and USC safety T.J. McDonald.</p>

As always, there was money to be made at the Senior Bowl, where high-profile prospects and small school gems alike look to prove their worth to NFL executives, coaches and scouts. The South defeated the North, 21–16, with Florida State quarterback EJ Manuel earning MVP honors.

Senior Bowl Preview: 5 Things to Watch

Denard Robinson will attempt to follow in the footsteps of Antwaan Randle El at this year's Senior Bowl.
<p> Senior Bowl Preview: 5 Things to Watch, including Central Michigan left tackle Eric Fisher, Oklahoma left tackle Lane Johnson, Michigan's Denard Robinson, Washington cornerback Desmond Trufant, NC State quarterback Mike Glennon, Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson, Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones, USC safety T.J. McDonald, BYU's Ezekiel "Ziggy" Ansah and Georgia nose tackle John Jenkins.</p>

The 63rd Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., kicks off Saturday (Jan. 26, 2013) at 4 p.m. EST on NFL Network — or Ladd-Peebles Stadium, if you want to scout from a front row seat. Jim Schwartz and the Detroit Lions are coaching the South squad, with Dennis Allen and the Oakland Raiders leading the North team.

But here’s what to really watch for between the lines once the game gets going:


College Football Predictions: 10 Key Games in Week 12

Two huge battles in the Pac-12 highlight the schedule
<p>  </p> <p> College football's Week 12 schedule is highlighted by two huge battles in the Pac-12. Stanford visits Oregon in a game that likely will decide the South Division champion, while USC makes the short trip to UCLA for the game of the year in the South. &nbsp;</p>

College football's Week 12 schedule is highlighted by two huge battles in the Pac-12. Stanford visits Oregon in a game that likely will decide the South Division champion, while USC makes the short trip to UCLA for the game of the year in the South.  

2011 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award

Luck, Griffin takes steps toward award
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<p> Too often, scandals like the ones at the University of Miami or Ohio State or USC or Penn State overshadow the positive aspects of college athletics. The Golden Arm Award rewards character, citizenship, integrity and those who honor the game.</p>

Too often, scandals like the ones at the University of Miami or Ohio State or USC overshadow the positive aspects of college athletics. The Golden Arm Award, presented annually to the top senior quarterback — as qualified by academic year — by the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Foundation, encapsulates all that is good in college sports. The award acknowledges performance on the field, for sure. However, it goes beyond completion percentage and touchdown passes. The Golden Arm Award rewards character, citizenship, integrity and those who honor the game.

Athlon Sports Heisman Voting: Week 13

Athlon Sports Heisman Voting: Week 12

Three Golden Arm Award candidates post big performances this week

Weeden, Griffin, Moore among finalists for Unitas award
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<p> Brandon Weeden of Oklahoma State, Robert Griffin of Baylor and Kellen Moore of Boise State posted top performances last week as all three have been named Finalists for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award. Andrew Luck of Stanford and Landry Jones of Oklahoma are also among the five Finalists.</p>

2011 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award

Athlon Sports Heisman Voting: Week 11

Oklahoma State Dealing With Pressure

With trip to title game in reach, Cowboys must remain focussed
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<p> With trip to BCS National Championshp Game in reach, Oklahoma State must remain focussed</p>

By Mitch Light

There were plenty of teams that posted more significant wins, but you can make a strong case that no team was as impressive as Oklahoma State last weekend. Six days after climbing to No. 3 in the BCS standings, the Cowboys dismantled a solid Baylor team with stunning ease. The Pokes led 21–0 after one quarter, 35–0 at the half and 49–3 through three quarters en route to a 59–24 victory.

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