NFL Draft: Day Two Run-Stuffing DTs

So your favorite team needs a run-stuffing defensive tackle, but you don't think they'll use a first-day pick on one? NFL Draft Analyst Chris Steuber points out some Day-Two talent that your team may be scouting right now.
October 10, 2007

Green Wave - Army Game Set For ESPNU Tonight

Tulane defensive coordinator's Thom Kaumeyer defense has been led by junior linebacker Evan Lee with 42 tackles, including 3 tackles for loss, and senior strong safety Joseph Goosby with 32 tackles. Senior defensive tackle Antonio Harris has posted 20 tackles, including six tackles for loss with five sacks
October 6, 2007

Wayne's Notebook: Sept. 10, 2007

Not much attention has been paid to fullback Jeremy McKinney, most observers thought that one or both of the two true freshmen fullbacks - Cody Blackwelder or Jordan Stephany - would replace McKinney but that never happened. McKinney scored Tulane's second touchdown when he hauled in an 8-yard pass from Elliott to tie the score at 14 with 2:33 remaining in the first quarter
September 10, 2007

Frank Morton Returns As A Starter At DT

In June of 2003 the Ohio State coaching staff was ecstatic to get a soft verbal commitment from Frank Morton, a 280-pound defensive tackle/offensive guard from Southwest Dekalb High School in Decatur, Ga. Morton was coming off a junior season in which he produced 128 tackles, 8 sacks, 24 tackles for loss
August 6, 2007

Wayne's Notebook: Nov. 14, 2006

But that kind of offensive effort in a losing cause wasn't evident Saturday. There was little positive, offensively speaking (no pun intended), as the Green Wave was able to mount only one scoring drive, a 19-play, 58-yard second quarter drive that ate more than 10 minutes off the clock
November 14, 2006

The Defensive Front: A Look At 2005 And 2006

Antonio Harris remains in his starting job at defensive end as the eve of the season opener approaches, with sophomore Sean Carney on the other side. Carney played in all eleven games last season. Williams holds onto the starting job at one tackle with junior Frank Morton moving into replace Johnson on the other side of the ball
September 7, 2006

Tulane Holds Two Full Pad Practices Monday

The evening sesson largely took place under an overcast sky that led to milder conditions. Even in the running period that followed the afternoon session the team seemed to have some snap left in their legs.
August 28, 2006

Player Profile: Defensive Tackle Frank Morton

Through two seasons Frank has played in 22 games and made 50 tackles, including 5.5 tackles for losses. Though he finished spring practice without having earned a starter's job, Frank will probably play an even bigger role for the Green Wave in 2006.
August 6, 2006