Colin Thompson

Florida Gators #84 - Tight End

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 258

25 former AAC stars make XFL opening rosters

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Temple leads the way six former players to play in the second coming of the league

Friday Forum: You ain’t gotta lie to kick it

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I’ma be as real as I can with this.

Giants sign draft picks Webb and Moss, finalize Dalvin Tomlinson’s contract

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The Giants sign draft picks on the night before rookie mini-camp.

UDFA Tracker: Unofficial list of Giants’ rookie free agents

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Which rookie free agents did the Giants sign after the draft?

Simulating Cincinnati at Temple

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UC lost to Temple last year. Signs are not pointing to a different result this time around.

Temple still has massive upside

Under Matt Rhule, Temple went from 10 losses to 10 wins in just two years, and the Owls will have a shot at a second straight AAC East title if the offense grows more efficient and another...

Underdogs pack the Mackey Award Watch List

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The John Mackey Award is given to the collegiate tight end who "best exemplifies the play, sportsmanship, academics, and community values of NFL Hall of Fame tight end John Mackey." No pressure!

The UConn Blog's AAC Fantasy Football Draft

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Writers from The UConn Blog and USF's SB Nation site, Voodoo Five, will be taking part in a fantasy league filled with players from the American Athletic Conference.

Temple had one of the most improved defenses ever

Temple's defense could be one of the best mid-major units in the country (and maybe one of the best overall), and just a little bit of offense could result in an AAC title run.

Colin Thompson transferring from Florida

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Florida landed the top two tight ends in the 2012 recruiting class. Two years later, neither one is still a Gator.

Injury report: And Murphy makes 25

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An incredible 25 players have missed time due to injury for Florida this fall.

CAB: Morrison's suspension stands, for now

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Antonio Morrison's suspension for the season opener against Toledo and the second game against Miami stand, for now.