Every once in a while a new thread pops up profiling a particular player, or discussing positions of needs, but I haven't seen an ongoing discussion devoted solely to the weekly spate of college games. Perhaps that's purely my oversight? Feel free to direct me to the proper thread if so. Tonight, my evening class finished early, so I pulled up the Colorado vs West Virginia game, and I'm really impressed with Devine's feel for the game. He seems to sense when he's bottled up and he needs to just drive the pile for yards and when to cut back. He constantly kept the defense off-balance, and seemed comfortable lining up at WR on several plays. Definitely a Kevin Faulk/Darren Sproles sort of player, but even shiftier (scary!). I was paying special attention to Nate Solder, since his name is rising in scouting circles, and I came away wanting more. His pass protection is fabulous. Absolutely textbook left tackle. Smooth, quick footwork, strong hands, very long arms--he seems confident, collected, and completely in charge. In the run game, however, he struggles creating much movement off the ball, and I saw several plays where he lunged wildly when he was supposed to seal to the outside. Still, he has intriguing athleticism. Overall, a half decent game, but it was never really in doubt. I look forward to Saturday, with a bunch of great matchups. I'll try to get to a few thoughts if I have time; I'm not very good at positing consistently, so I'd rather invite others to join me rather than try to do it alone. Looking forward to your words of wisdom, Patsfans.