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“[Moore] just does a great job,” Maryland head coach DJ Durkin said. “He’s a very talented guy. He plays hard. He runs good routes and has good ball skills. So we do a lot to get him the ball and design it that way, and he always answers the call and comes to play every week.” On a national scale, Moore is currently 4th in the FBS in receiving touchdowns, 11th in receiving yards, and 13th in receptions per game. The Biletnikoff Award Selection Committee, a group of college football journalists and commentators, as well as some former college football wide receivers choose the recipient of the highly distinguished award from a group of the nation’s top wideouts. And with the way he’s been playing

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Phil Fulmer can feel Butch Jones’ hot-seat pain

With each passing week, the heat underneath Butch Jones‘ coaching seat only intensifies. One former Tennessee head coach, for what it’s worth, can feel the pain of a man who many feel will join him in the ex-UT coach’s club sooner rather than later. Phil Fulmer, who played his college football for the Vols, was the head coach at his alma mater from 1992 to 2008, finishing with a 152-52 record, nine double-digit win seasons, two conference championships, six division titles and one national championship. Despite that success, Fulmer was fired following a 5-7 2008 season. Butch Jones, in the midst of his fifth season at the school, has a 33-24 overall record and a 14-21 mark in SEC play, including

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Big Ten Week 8 picks Can Michigan contain Saquon Barkley Penn State

The second half of the season is underway as the Big Ten division races take shape. With sixth-ranked Ohio State and Nebraska off this week and headed in opposite directions, key games in the East and West are set for State College, Pennsylvania, and Evanston, Illinois. Can any team stand in the way of No. 5 Wisconsin’s bid to reach Indianapolis? It looks unlikely, but for Iowa faces a must-win game against Northwestern to get back in the conversation. Same story with No. 19 Michigan, as the league’s top defense meets a huge test against second-ranked Penn State and Heisman Trophy front-runner Saquon Barkley. Visit our college football PickCenter page for additional information on these games

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Big 12 Week 8 picks Oklahoma schools face tough road tilts

Here are the Week 8 Big 12 picks from my colleague Sam Kahn Jr. and I (all times ET). Visit our college football PickCenter page for additional information on these games and many more. Oklahoma State at Texas, noon (ABC/WatchESPN) Khan: After an off week and a sizable win over Baylor, the Cowboys' offense is back on track. Oklahoma State 40, Texas 31. Trotter: Texas is getting better, and the Longhorns have a lot to be excited about in the future with quarterback Sam Ehlinger. But for Oklahoma State, the future is now. And no receiver duo in college football has been better than James Washington and Marcell Ateman, who each have produced 100 yards receiving in the Cowboys' past four games. Oklahoma

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