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Batavia (Ill.) junior inside linebacker prospect Luke Weerts (6-foot-2, 220 pounds) was able to make his first recruiting visit to Western Michigan on Saturday. Weerts, who has been a key part of the state ranked Bulldogs (8-0) defense this season recaps his latest recruiting news and more here. "I went to Western Michigan on Saturday for a visit," Weerts said. "They ended up not playing the game because of the bad weather on Saturday but I still had a very good visit to Western Michigan." Weerts recapped his first impressions from his Saturday trip[ to Western Michigan. "It was an awesome visit and experience. I was able to see a lot of the school and I loved the campus along with the facilities

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Being a redshirt senior, Colorado wide receiver Bryce Bobo experienced plenty of losing in his first three years (2013-15) in Boulder prior to last season's turnaround, so he doesn’t take winning for granted. So, while some fans and media might moan and groan about the Buffs needing a late touchdown to beat lowly Oregon State, 36-33, Saturday in Corvallis, Bryce appreciated the result for what it was regardless of how it happened – a much-needed Pac-12 victory that put the Buffs over the .500 mark at 4-3 heading into Saturday night’s cross-divisional clash against Washington State at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash. (8:45 p.m. MT, ESPN). “I came here in 2013 and we’ve always been that team that

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THIS WEEK IN SCHADENFREUDE The 6 angriest fanbases after Week 7

College football’s Week 7 was wild. Four top-10 teams lost to unranked opponents, making it the first true UPSET WEEKEND of the year. The games on Friday and Saturday were a great illustration of why we all love this sport. Another illustration: the internet meltdowns from the fanbases whose teams lost. We’re here to give them their due. And did so after having a 20-0 lead and 96 percent win probability. How are Auburn fans feeling about Gus Malzahn? To the Auburn board at SECRants.com! The first reply: 4th. You're forgetting South Alabama Some see this loss as a potentially unifying event. Too long now we've been divided among those of us who looked at the glass half full and those of us who

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