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FREE CONTEST: 2017 Home Depot College Football Awards ($200 in Prizes!)

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Prizes:

1st Place: $50 Amazon gift card

2nd-5th Place: $25 Amazon gift card

6th-10th Place: $10 Amazon gift card

Overview:

As the 2017 NCAA football comes to a close, the 27th edition of The Home Depot College Football Awards will be given out on Thursday, December 7th.

Contest Question #1: Who will win this year’s Biletnikoff Award?

Michael Gallup (Colorado State): 94 receptions, 1,345 receiving yards, 14.3 yards per catch, 7 receiving touchdowns.

David Sills (West Virginia): 60 receptions, 980 receiving yards, 16.3 yards per catch, 18 receiving touchdowns.

James Washington (Oklahoma State): 69 receptions, 1,423 receiving yards, 20.6 yards per catch, 12 receiving touchdowns, 1 rushing touchdown.

Contest Question #2: Who will win this year’s Davey O’Brien Award?

J.T. Barrett (Ohio State): 66.2% completion, 2,728 passing yards, 33 touchdowns, 7 interceptions, 672 rushing yards, 9 rushing touchdowns.

Baker Mayfield (Oklahoma): 71.4% completion, 4,097 passing yards, 37 touchdowns, 5 interceptions, 245 rushing yards, 5 rushing touchdowns.

Mason Rudolph (Oklahoma State): 65.0% completion, 4,553 passing yards, 35 touchdowns, 9 interceptions, 29 rushing yards, 10 rushing touchdowns.

Contest Question #3: Who will win this year’s Doak Walker Award?

Saquon Barkley (Penn State): 5.7 yards per carry, 1,134 rushing yards, 16 rushing touchdowns, 594 receiving yards, 3 receiving touchdowns.

Bryce Love (Stanford): 8.6 yards per carry, 1,848 rushing yards, 16 rushing touchdowns, 33 receiving yards, 0 receiving touchdowns.

Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin): 7.0 yards per carry, 1,806 rushing yards, 13 rushing touchdowns, 52 receiving yards, 0 receiving touchdowns.

 

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