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Sept. 28, 2015
Sept. 28, 2015

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Sept. 28, 2015

SI NOW
INBOX
NFL WEEK 2: PEYTON MANNING
CAMPUS RUSH
SPECIAL REPORT
  • WHY DO COLLEGE COACHES CONTINUE TO YELL, DEMEAN AND DEMORALIZE? THAT'S YESTERDAY'S TACTIC. TODAY'S ATHLETES CAN'T—AND WON'T—TAKE IT. WHAT'S MORE, IT DOESN'T WORK: STUDY AFTER STUDY SHOWS THE BENEFITS OF A MORE POSITIVE APPROACH

Chris Bosh
POINT AFTER
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Candidates for SI's All-ACL team

Bralon Addison

This is an article from the Sept. 28, 2015 issue

WR, Oregon

Addison has reestablished himself as a threat with 13 catches for 185 yards in three games, along with a scintillating 81-yard punt return for a TD against Michigan State.

Chuckie Keeton

QB, Utah State

After injuring his left knee in consecutive seasons, Keeton received an extra year of eligibility. He's using it well, throwing for 537 yards and two TDs in three games and running for another 75.

Michael Rose-Ivey

LB, Nebraska

His 66 tackles in 2013 set a school freshman record. After serving a one-game suspension for violating team rules, he has racked up 14 tackles in two starts, including a team-high 10 against South Alabama.

Dwayne Thomas

DB, LSU

Since LSU lost star safety Jalen Mills to a fractured fibula, Thomas has helped shore up the secondary with 11 tackles and a pass defended for the 2--0 Tigers.

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