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2017 NCAA Football All Star Games, January 21 (2) & 28

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mjp28    156

Want more college football?

 

January 21, 2017 - East/West Shrine Game - 3 pm NFL NETWORK

 

http://www.shrinegame.com/en/GameWeek

 

CLEVELAND BROWNS coaches on the sidelines

 

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January 28, 2017 - Senior Bowl - The game is Jan. 28 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Kickoff is at 1:30pm NFL NETWORK

 

Mobile, Ala. -- A dozen more of the top seniors in the nation have been added to the roster for the 2017 Reese's Senior Bowl, including Ben Boulware, the defensive MVP from last night's CFP National Championship game.

 

http://www.seniorbowl.com/game.php

 

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January 21, 2017 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl - GAME TIME: 1:15PM PT, 4:15 ET TV BROADCAST: FS1

 

http://collegiate.nflpa.com/game-info/

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The Gipper    1,164

Not sure those should be called "college football", more like "early draft preview games". Either is OK.

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mjp28    156

Not sure those should be called "college football", more like "early draft preview games". Either is OK.

 

More like the NFL minor league bonanza spring tryouts and counting their blessings they don't have to pay for developing the talent....at least for now. Still interesting watching the So, Jr, Sr. talent out on the field trying to impress the NFL scouts and coaches.

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mjp28    156

More from the site....

 

The East-West Shrine Game is a proven starting point for athletes seeking careers in the NFL. Many of professional football’s most recognized and decorated players, including Tom Brady, Brett Favre and John Elway, all played in East-West Shrine Games.

 

PLAYERS

More than 90 players from last year’s game signed with professional teams this spring, and more than 70 made final NFL rosters. On average, more than 265 East-West Shrine Game alumni are on NFL rosters each year. Since the game’s inception, 72 former players have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and more than 200 have been named to the College Football Hall of Fame. An invitation to take part in the annual East-West Shrine Game is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the best collegiate football all-stars in the country to showcase their talents in front of top representatives from NFL teams. A strong performance in the game can greatly impact a player’s chances of a career in the NFL.

 

The players are selected based on their potential to make an NFL roster.

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mjp28    156

The E/W rosters have quite a few players from the B1G most from Michigan and ZERO so far from The OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY hey it was a rebuilding year. They have players from some pretty obscure and small schools like Manitoba and YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY.

 

Makes it interesting to watch for me. ;)

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mjp28    156

The NFLPA Bowl has quite a few B1G players and players from Eastern and Western Michigan, Michigan State and Michigan how about that.

 

Oh and the token BUCKEYE:

 

Dontre Wilson WR Ohio State 82

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mjp28    156

2017 Senior Bowl North/South rosters will be released on January 18.

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The Gipper    1,164

The E/W rosters have quite a few players from the B1G most from Michigan and ZERO so far from The OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY hey it was a rebuilding year. They have players from some pretty obscure and small schools like Manitoba and YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY.

 

Makes it interesting to watch for me. ;)

OSU had no seniors....except for Elflein. And I guess he is not playing eh?

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2017 East-West Shrine Game: 5 Players who improved stock

 

John Buhler/Fansided Jan 22, 2017 at 8:09a ET

 

The 2017 East-West Shrine Game is in the books. While it was low-scoring, here are the five players that helped their 2017 NFL Draft stock the most.

 

The 2017 East-West Shrine Game was the 92nd installment of the annual college football all-star. While there was great play from some stellar seniors on Saturday afternoon in St. Petersburg, it was an incredibly low-scoring game.Winning the game by a lofty 10-3 margin, the West would top the East in the 2017 East-West Shrine Game being played at Tropicana Field.

 

This college football all-star game is set up to help young college athletes realize their pro football dreams. Many of the guys playing in this game will go in day three of the 2017 NFL Draft. Here are the five players that helped themselves out with solid games in the East-West game.

 

Despite no touchdowns being thrown on Saturday afternoon in St. Petersburg, one of the six quarterbacks stood out above the rest. Redshirt senior Wes Lunt of the Illinois Fighting Illini looked by far and away the best of the six NFL quarterback prospects......CONTINUED. .....

 

http://www.foxsports.com/nfl/story/2017-east-west-shrine-game-5-players-who-improved-stock-012217

 

....and they had over 22,000 in attendance for this game, already scheduled for 2018 on the NFL NET.

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The National Team beat the American Team, 27-7, in the sixth annual NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. American defensive back Lorenzo Jerome of St. Francis (Pa.) was named the game’s MVP.

 

Click here to see the complete box score. (box, scoring, play-by-play, everything )

 

http://collegiate.nflpa.com/2017-collegiate-bowl-box-score/

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2017 Senior Bowl North/South rosters will be released on January 18.

Notables

 

7 Michigan, together with the other games Michigan is emptying the tank

4 Alabama

3 Clemson

0 Washington

0 OHIO STATE

 

And 14 BIG TEN Players

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The Gipper    1,164

I was looking for this game on TV Saturday. Could not find it. Was not on ESPN, or any of the networks.

My guess is that it must have been broadcast on the NFL Network, which I do not get.

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