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Depth Chart Blues (and Golds); women's soccer evens record

Seeing Michelle Trachtenberg all grown up on Weeds reminds me that the extra duties of blogging have taken me away from my usual late summer indulgence: getting into the fall writing rhythm by watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes. So let me throw down the first football depth chart of the season then get into proper writing shape for the season with “Lovers Walk” or “Once More, With Feeling.”

QB: Wesley Carroll, Jake Medlock. Really, if it goes beyond that, either the game has been long won or the season has been long lost.

RB: Darriet Perry, Kedrick Rhodes, Jeremiah Harden, Darian Mallary. Rhodes looked the best this August, though.

WR: T.Y. Hilton, Michael Curry.

WR: Wayne Times, Willie Wright. Weewy, weewy, swift wide weceevers.

WR: Glenn Coleman, Jacob Younger. Nobody under 6-2 allowed.

TE: Jonathan Faucher, Colt Anderson.

LT: Caylin Hauptmann, Prince Matt

LG: Kevin Van Kirk, Shae Smith. Both were listed as starters.

C: Giancarlo Revila, Donald Senat

RG: Curtis Bryant, Jordan White

RT: Rupert Bryan, David Delsoin

 

Defense in a 4-3, which makes sense against North Texas. In a nickel, either Junior Mertile or Richard Leonard would get the fifth defensive back spot.

DE: Tourek Williams, James Jones.

DT: Andre Pound, Jerrico Lee.

DT: Isame Faciane, Joshua Forney.

DE: Paul Crawford, Greg Hickman. Both The Long and The Square of it are listed as potential starters.

LB: Jordan Hunt, Markeith Russell

LB: Winston Fraser, Chris Edwards

LB: Kenny Dillard, Luis Rosado

SS: Jonathan Cyprien, Terrance Taylor

FS Chuck Grace, Demarkus Perkins

CB: Sam Miller, Junior Mertile

CB: Jose Cheeseborough, Richard Leonard. Look out for “Leonard” (said with icy James Mason voice from North by Northwest…)

K: Jack Griffin

Kickoffs: Dylan Lynch, Jack Griffin

P: Josh Brisk

LS: Mitch McCluggage

Kickoff returns: T.Y, Times.

Punt returns: T.Y., Times

My peers at CBSSports.com put T.Y. on their preseason All-America team as the all-purpose guy. Nice to see him get the notice.

Former FIU wide receiver Greg Ellingson got cut by Jacksonville Monday. Over on the Gulf Coast, Anthony Gaitor is listed as the third string right cornerback for Tampa Bay.  

WOMEN'S SOCCER

Kelly Hutchinson buried a feed from Chelsea Leiva early (8th minute), then Johanna Volz struck late (71st minute) for a 2-0 win over Florida Tech in a soggy home match Monday night. Hutchinson's goal was her second of the season. Kaitlyn Savage and Melanie Raimo split the shutout, which gave FIU a two-win weekend and a 2-2 record.

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two days!

Interesting that Forney is behind Pound?

Look for chamges by game time.

You said it! Only two senior starters on D.
Pound & Grace!
Future is bright for FIU!

Hot and Ready! Hot and Ready! Hot and Ready!

Very interesting to see true freshmen Prince Matt and Luis Rosado already #2 on the depth chart at their positions. I'm a little nervous about being an injury away from starting a true freshman at left tackle.

Two more days, I can't wait. I hope our defense is better than last year, and that our DC can stay longer than one year to establish a signature defense for our program and keep improving.

Great to see Buc jumping on the bandwagon! Welcome! See you Thursday!

DJN,

Wanted to say that you've been doing good job with the blog and stories. Keep it up. When is the season preview coming out? How about your predictions for the season?

Thanks,

Don't know what is wrong what is rite but i know that every one has there own point of view and same goes to this one

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