PERRY JONES RUMORS & GOSSIP
Charlottesville, Va.-- Virginia tailback Kevin Parks will be without his partner in crime Perry Jones this next fall season. The Cavaliers playmaker talks to HooNation abut life after Jones, and how he is adjusting to the new offense.
Sometimes trickery in college football can cause teams to overcompensate on defense and give the opposing offenses easy touchdowns.
During today's Virginia/North Carolina State game, Virginia appeared to have an easy touchdown on a trick play as running back Perry Jones attempted to throw the ball back to quarterback Philip Sims.
That was until Sims dropped it with no one close to him:
There is a reason why quarterbacks don't go out for passes, and Virginia Cavaliers quarterback Philip Sims showed why during this play in particular.Seen here is Sims having a classic case of butterfingers while attempting to corral a potential touchdown catch during the first quarter of Saturday's contest at N.C. State.Virginia ran the trick play to perfection before Sims...
Many college fantasy football leagues around the country are using some type of point per reception (PPR) scoring, so it is imperative to identify the running backs that will likely be heavily involved in the passing game this season. Without further adieu, here are our PPR Monsters for the 2012 season.
Charles Sims, Houston:
Sims could be in line for a huge season in the Cougars...
WVU’s Kevin Jones Eyes First Round Draft Pick
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After one of the most productive seasons ever for a Mountaineer, Kevin Jones looks to make his case as a first round pick in the 2012 NBA Draft at the NBA Draft Combine and in individual team workouts.
The former West Virginia standout is one of 60 players invited to the Combine which takes place...
This is my first mock draft, post-NCAA tournament. Keep in mind that none of this official and the lottery draft order has not been determined yet. All of these opinions are my own, but feel free to leave a comment if you agree or disagree. Let me know what you think. Thanks!
Here it is:
1. Charlotte Bobcats – Anthony Davis
2. Washington Wizards – Thomas Robinson
3. New Orleans...
In anticipation of the NBA Draft Lottery on May 30th, we will be profiling each of the top-10 players available, discussing strengths, weakness, and how each player could theoretically fit or not fit with the Cavaliers. We'll also be doing the same with the prospects ranked in the 20-30 range too, as an introductory preview to the options available to the Cavs for each of their...
ATLANTA — Perry Jones took time out from bowl preparation in December to watch his younger brother, Zack, win a high school title. He says that Zack, a junior receiver at Oscar Smith High School in Chesapeake, Va., who has a scholarship offer from Virginia, is an even better football ...
Undersized running backs are thriving this season in the Atlantic Coast Conference with their versatility and big-play potential.
Backs like North Carolina's Giovani Bernard, Clemson's Andre Ellington, Virginia's Perry Jones and Kevin Parks, and Maryland's Davin Meggett all rank among the league's top rushers while standing 5 feet, 10 inches or shorter. They...
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November 17, 2011
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Perry Jones ran for 139 yards and two touchdowns, Michael Rocco threw for two scores, and Virginia beat Maryland 31-13 Saturday to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2007.
The Cavaliers (6-3, 3-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) trailed 13-7 before scoring the game's final 24 points. By winning four of its last five games, Virginia has reached the mandatory six-victory...
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November 05, 2011