Warzeka, Hornung watch lister, featured in this week's matchups

     

    Meetings between Perennial SEC Powers, Academy Foes with National Implications Highlight Weekly Matchups

     

     

    Louisville, Ky. (Tuesday, September 27, 2011) - Matchups between two Southeastern Conference heavyweights and two service academies highlight this week's head-to-head competition between Paul Hornung Award Watch List Selections. There are 18 watch list selections involved in eight games involving a head-to-head matchup.

     

    The Paul Hornung Award, presented by Texas Roadhouse, is awarded annually to the most versatile player in major college football. Fan voting for the Paul Hornung Award will begin September 28 on the Texas Roadhouse Facebook page.

     

    Jonathan Warzeka (Air Force) and Alexander Teich (Navy) face off in a nationally televised battle on CBS at noon ET Saturday. No. 3 Alabama, featuring Hornung Award Watch List selections Marquis Maze and Jeff Demps, faces No. 12 Florida, featuring selection Jeff Demps and recent weekly honoree Chris Rainey, in a key Southeastern Conference matchup on CBS at 8pm ET.

     

    Week Five Head-to-Head Matchups

    • Saturday, October 1: Andre Ellington (Clemson) vs. Jayron Hosley and David Wilson (Virginia Tech) at 6:00 PM ET on ESPN2
    • Saturday, October 1: Bradley McDougald (Kansas) vs. Eric Stephens (Texas Tech) at noon ET
    • Saturday, October 1: Cyrus Gray (Texas A&M) vs. Joe Adams (Arkansas) at noon ET on ESPN
    • Saturday, October 1: Denard Robinson (Michigan) vs. Troy Stoudermire (Minnesota) at noon ET on Big Ten Network
    • Saturday, October 1: Jonathan Warzeka (Air Force) vs. Alexander Teich (Navy) at noon ET on CBS
    • Saturday, October 1: Jamal Miles (Arizona State) vs. James Rodgers (Oregon State) at 10:30 PM ET
    • Saturday, October 1: Brandon Boykin (Georgia) vs. Chad Bumphis (Mississippi State) at noon ET on ESPN3
    • Saturday, October 1: Jeff Demps (Florida) vs. Trent Richardson and Marquis Maze (Alabama) at 8:00 PM ET on CBS