William Stanback

UCF Knights #28 - Running Back

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 225
  • Seasons: SO

AAC Tournament of Champions Simulation


What if every AAC Champion could play each other? Using a simulator we find out which AAC Champion would win a tournament against one another.

2013 UCF, the proto-champions


Everyone will remember the 2017 season when UCF went undefeated and claimed a national championship, but the program broke through and really proved themselves back in 2013 with a league title and...

Who are the Packers’ rookie minicamp tryout players for 2018?

We look through a few of the reported names so far to learn a bit about the group of players trying to earn a contract from the Packers this weekend.

Packers OTAs 2017: Five position battles to watch

Green Bay takes the field in front of the public for the first time in the 2017 season today; here are a few battles we’ll be watching.

Which potential UDFA running backs could fit the Packers?

The Packers change their criteria a bit when looking at undrafted running backs vs. early draft picks, but we find that they still maintain certain thresholds.

UCF Knights Puff, Puff, Pass On RB Will Stanback

UCF RB Will Stanback, who once looked like he would be the Knights' next great running back, is now off the team following repeated violations of team rules (reportedly drug-related). We look back...

Week 1's Promising and Disappointing Performances


Week 1 of the college football season produced some breakout player performances and quality games, but also shined light on some teams that need work.

Owl About Progress In the AAC


Some teams looked extremely good, but many more looked like they have a lot of growing to do.

UCF suffers embarrassing upset to FIU in opener

Neither UCF, nor their supporters were expecting much of a fight from FIU in the season opener, but they proved they bit off more than they could chew as they lost 14-15 at home in front of a...

Looking Back on the UCF Knights' 2014 Season


The Knights lived on the edge their second season in a row. It was enough to take home a share of the American Athletic Conference Championship.

A long offseason in store for UNC

Friday's bowls had great performances from players like Louisiana Tech's Houston Bates and Rutgers' freshman backs. Friday also saw awful ball from North Carolina, a young team with hard questions.

Big questions for Friday's 3 bowls

Day 7 of bowl season stars players like Louisiana Tech's Vernon Butler, Wes Lunt of Illinois and Rutgers' Leonte Carroo. It features four power-conference teams, only one of which is favored.