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2015 NFL Draft: Week 13 College Football Thread

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Two weeks of football, not counting Army-Navy week, remain ahead of bowl season and the inaugural college playoff. The opportunities to scout future Rams are thinning out...

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Well, today's a bit thin on the schedule all things considered. College GameDay isn't going to Harvard if there's a set of big clashes involved...

It lacks the punch of last week. It lacks the finality of next week. And it certainly doesn't hold the drama of Championship Week. But hey, it's still a full schedule in November. If anything, today's a day for potential upsets. With the next two weeks full of flair, a respite day may be in order.

Here's what I'm looking at.

12:00 pm

Indiana (3-7) at #6 Ohio St. (9-1) - Big Ten Network

#25 Minnesota (7-3) at #23 Nebraska (8-2) - ESPN

All hail noontime B1Gotry.

Name POS Yr. School 3k's Proj. Rd.
Tevin Coleman RB Jr. Indiana 2-3
Michael Bennett DT Sr. Ohio St. 1-2
Jeff Heuerman TE Sr. Ohio St. 3
Randy Gregory DE RS Jr. Nebraska 1
Ameer Abdullah RB Sr. Nebraska 2-3

Not a ton here, and certainly nothing in the Rams' wheelhouse. Ohio St.'s youth is worth a look for Rams fans though.

3:30 pm

Boston College (6-4) at #3 Florida St. (10-0) - ABC/ESPN2 (coverage map)

#8 Ole Miss (8-2) at Arkansas (5-5) - CBS

#15 Arizona (8-2) at #17 Utah - ESPN

#16 Wisconsin (8-2) at Iowa (7-3) - ABC/ESPN2 (coverage map)

#24 Louisville (7-3) at Notre Dame (7-3) - NBC

Maryland (6-4) at Michigan (5-5) - Big Ten Network

Man, I guess. This just isn't anywhere close to overwhelming. Talent's out there, but not in any big numbers outside of FSU...

Name POS Yr. School 3k's Proj. Rd.
Andy Gallik C RS Sr. Boston College 2-3
Jameis Winston QB RS Soph. Florida State 1
P.J. Williams CB Jr. Florida State 1
Cameron Erving OT rSr Florida State 1-2
Eddie Goldman DT Jr Florida State 1-2
Ronald Darby CB Jr Florida State 2
Mario Edwards DE Jr Florida State 2
Josue Matias OG Sr Florida State 2
Rashad Greene WR Sr Florida State 2-3
Tre Jackson OG Sr Florida State 2-3
Nick O'Leary TE Sr Florida State 3
Cody Prewitt FS Sr. Ole Miss 2-3
Senquez Golson CB Sr. Ole Miss 2-3
Trey Flowers DE Sr. Arkansas 3
Austin Hill WR RS Sr. Arizona 3
Nate Orchard DE Sr. Utah 2
Eric Rowe CB Sr. Utah 3
Melvin Gordon RB RS Jr. Wisconsin 1-2
Rob Havenstein OT RS Sr. Wisconsin 3
Brandon Scherff OT RS Sr. Iowa 1
Carl Davis DT RS Sr. Iowa 2-3
DaVante Parker WR Sr. Louisville 1-2
Gerold Holliman FS RS Jr. Louisville 2
Lorenzo Mauldin DE Sr. Louisville 2
Charles Gaines CB RS Jr. Louisville 3
Ben Koyack TE Sr. Notre Dame 2
Cody Riggs CB RS Sr. Notre Dame 2-3
Stefon Diggs WR Jr. Maryland 2-3
Devin Funchess WR/TE Jr. Michigan 1

So arguments pretty much all around. Have at it.

7:00 pm

Miami (6-4) at Virginia (4-6) - ESPN2

7:30 pm

Oklahoma St. (5-5) at #7 Baylor (8-1) - FOX

#20 Missouri (8-2) at Tennessee (5-5) - ESPN

8:00 pm

#19 USC (7-3) at #9 UCLA (8-2) - ABC

Decent quality, led by that Pac-12 game, but nothing monumental.

Name POS Yr. School 3k's Proj. Rd.
Denzel Perryman ILB Sr. Miami 2
Duke Johnson RB Jr. Miami 2-3
Ereck Flowers OT Jr. Miami 3
Anthony Harris SS Sr. Virginia 3
Shawn Oakman DE RS Jr. Baylor 1
Spencer Drango OT RS Jr. Baylor 1
Bryce Petty QB RS Sr. Baylor 2-3
Shane Ray DE RS Jr. Missouri 1
Markus Golden DE RS Sr. Missouri 3
A.J. Johnson ILB Sr. Tennessee 3
Leonard Williams DT Jr. USC 1
Nelson Agholor WR Jr. USC 2
Aundrey Walker G Sr. USC 2-3
Brett Hundley QB RS Jr. UCLA 1-2
Eric Kendricks LB RS Sr. UCLA 2-3

The best watch for Rams fans is to get a look at how Hundley performs against USC even without sufficient talents around him. Isolate the skills and see if those can overcome the talent deficiency to see what kind of NFL trajectory he may be on.

Long day ahead. Let's get it.