TO KNOW LIST 6: A bowl lineup for NFL draft lovers

Iyer, Vinnie
December 2005
Sporting News;12/23/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 51, p7
The article presents information on some of the key college football matches in the Super Bowl and some of the important key players. For the college players ranked among the War Room's Super 99 senior draft prospects, bowl games are big games for their National Football League (NFL) future. They're also big for NFL fans. In the match Memphis vs. Akron, DeAngelo Williams will be the key player watch. Another big match is Virginia Tech vs. Louisville (Gator Bowl). Cardinals end Elvis Dumervil (51) will look to build his sack stock, and the Hokies' Jimmy Williams will try to keep his status as the top-rated cornerback and No. 2 senior overall.


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