2014 Who's Hot ... Week 4


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Stockpile more shares in … Georgia Tech QB Justin Thomas
Maybe the unexpected transfer of QB Vad Lee to James Madison was the best thing to happen to the Yellow Jackets. Thomas is thriving as the new leader of Paul Johnson’s option, both as a runner and a passer. He leads the team with 443 yards on the ground, has thrown seven touchdowns to just one pick and had guided Tech to back-to-back comeback wins over Georgia Southern and Virginia Tech.



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Start evacuating the bandwagon of … Virginia Tech QB Michael Brewer
It looks as if the quarterback who helped defeat Ohio State in Columbus in Week 2 will only show up sporadically this season. Brewer has been shaky the past two weeks, Hokie losses to East Carolina and Georgia Tech, and he’s now thrown more interceptions than touchdowns. Against the Yellow Jackets Saturday, he was picked off three times, raising more concerns about his ability to lead the offense.

Team of the Weak: North Carolina
East Carolina is good, like Power Five good. But 70 points and 789 total yards to the Pirates? Those numbers would be barely acceptable over the course of two games. In truth, the Tar Heels were living a lie as a ranked team even before making the trip east on 264 to Greenville. They were shaky against Liberty in the opener, and needed to rally to beat San Diego State at home two weeks ago.

You emit a foul and unpleasant odor: The Miami D
Mark D’Onofrio is tight with head coach Al Golden, but if the coordinator survives another season with the Canes, both ought to be canned by the administration. Defensive breakdowns have been a recurring theme at Miami, with D’Onofrio justifiably getting the most heat. His unit knew what Nebraska was bringing Saturday night, yet still had not of slowing down RB Ameer Abdullah or QB Tommy Armstrong Jr.

Hey, gotta give the other side of the coin ...