Grills will serve his last day as Ripley County Sheriff on April 1.Sheriff Tom Grills has submitted his resignation from the Ripley County Sheriff’s Office effective April 1.Grills, 38, was first elected sheriff in 2006 and has led the law enforcement agency for nearly eight years. Due to state statute, a sheriff in Indiana can serve just two consecutive 4-year terms before reaching the end of term limit. Prior to the announcement, he would have officially been relieved of sheriff duties on December 31.Before beginning a law enforcement career, Grills graduated from East Central High School and received degrees from Vincennes and Ball State University. Those college diplomas are proudly displayed in his office, flanked by law enforcement achievements, John Deere memorabilia, a deer mount and photographs of family.He reflected on his tenure as sheriff from his desk Tuesday.In nearly eight years, he substantially increased the amount of deputy training, along with the implementation of advanced technology including in-car cameras, Nixle and a redeveloped agency website.The sheriff explained the early departure from office is due to a job opportunity.“I have enjoyed being Sheriff of Ripley County for the last seven years and three months, but have been offered a great opportunity in the private sector with this being my last year of my second term as Ripley County Sheriff,” Grills said.Grills would be eligible to run for sheriff again in 2018. He did not rule out a return to law enforcement in the future.“I have always known there would be a time I would seriously have to consider transitioning from public safety,” said Grills.“Being elected the Ripley County Sheriff has been the highest goal of my professional law enforcement career. I have been honored to serve and protect citizens of Ripley County and the State of Indiana.”The office has dealt with its fair share of difficulties during his tenure. Grills noted,“I just wish there was more teamwork and more professional interaction between elected officials over serious matters.”Ripley County Council member Mark Horstman commented Tuesday on the sheriff’s departure.“It’s a shame Sheriff Grills had to leave this early with just six months or so on his term,” Horstman said. “Ripley County appreciates all of his years of service and wish him the best of luck.”The resignation comes just a month before the May Primary as three republicans and two democrats are vying for the sheriff’s seat. County officials indicated that a caucus may be held within the next 30 days for a replacement.Grills is retiring from the position, but due to state statute for constitutionally elected officials, he was required to send a resignation letter.
Top seeds Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina were all in trouble for a period of time Friday, but they all escaped with victories and prevented major chaos.MORE: Watch March Madness games live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day trial)Freshman sensations RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson proved the stage wasn’t too big for them in their NCAA Tournament debuts. They combined for 51 points in top-seeded Duke’s 23-point win over North Dakota State.Several compelling second-round matchups await Saturday, including mid-major Wofford going up against blue blood Kentucky and a Big Ten matchup of Michigan State and Minnesota.Sporting News tracked all the action from Day 2 of the 2019 NCAA Tournament. 2019 NCAA Tournament live scoresFor live updates of the tournament bracket and information on how to watch March Madness, check out the links below.Live March Madness bracket | Live scoreboard | Full TV scheduleFriday’s March Madness schedule(10) Iowa 79, (7) Cincinnati 72 (9) Oklahoma 95, (8) Ole Miss 72(3) Texas Tech 72, (14) Northern Kentucky 57(13) UC Irvine 70, (4) Kansas State 64(2) Tennessee 77, (15) Colgate 70(1) Virginia 71, (16) Gardner-Webb 56(6) Buffalo 91, (11) Arizona State 74(12) Oregon 72, (5) Wisconsin 54(9) Washington 78, (8) Utah State 61(1) Duke 85, (16) North Dakota State 62(3) Houston 84, (14) Georgia State 55(12) Liberty 80, (5) Mississippi State 76(1) North Carolina 88, (16) Iona 73(9) Central Florida 73, (8) VCU 58(11) Ohio State 62, (6) Iowa State 59(4) Virginia Tech 66, (13) Saint Louis 52MORE: What channel is truTV?Results, highlights from Round 1 gamesNo. 4 Virginia Tech 66 No. 13 Saint Louis 5212:29 a.m.: Well, Saint Louis prevented the game from getting completely out of hand, but it falls by 14. The Billikens were never really in this one.12:16 a.m.: Hokies are holding strong against the Billikens. Passes like these never hurt [email protected] droppin’ dimes from the high post. pic.twitter.com/sNZqsvTq92— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 23, 201912:02 a.m.: Tramaine Isabell with back-to-back 3s and it’s a 10-point game. 11:59 p.m.: Saint Louis is trying to make it interesting in the final game of the night. It trails by 15 with 11 minutes left.11:44 p.m.: Not much of a change to start the second half. Virginia Tech leads 47-27. It’s not looking good for the Billikens. 11:10 p.m.: The Hokies defense continues to dominate. They lead 40-18 at the half. Seven different Hokies have scored at least four points.10:51 p.m.: The Hokies are up double digits, 26-10. Ahmed Hill has seven points and Justin Robinson has scored three off the bench in his return from injury.The Hokies aren’t playing around… 😯 They hold a 26-10 lead over Saint Louis!#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/NsmKMCQEwv— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 201910:30 p.m.: In the final game of the night, Virginia Tech is up 9-6 in San Jose. No. 11 Ohio State 62, No. 6 Iowa State 5911:56 p.m.: The Buckeyes miss the front end of the free throw and the Cyclones had a look to tie the game but the shot is no good. Ohio State survives, 62-59. Survive and advance! @OhioStateHoops is moving on. pic.twitter.com/GFkoduMa7C— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 23, 201911:55 p.m.: Wesson hits both free throws and Marial Shayok misses the front end of the one-and-one. 11:48 p.m.: Clutch! Lindell Wigginton cuts the lead down to one with 20 seconds left. The Cyclones needed that basket and they got it. 11:46 p.m.: Kaleb Wesson makes two free throws and Ohio State is up four with 51 seconds left. 11:35 p.m.: Brace yourselves for a good finish. Buckeyes lead by one with four minutes to play.11:21 p.m.: This has been the best game of the night session. Ohio State leads by five midway through the second half.10:57 p.m.: The second half is underway. 10:36 p.m.: Ohio State is up by two at halftime after a tightly contested first half. 10:26 p.m.: Ohio State leads by five at the final media timeout of the half.10:08 p.m.: Tyrese Haliburton brings the house down!Iowa State was cleared for TAKE OFF! 😤✈️#MarchMadness | @CycloneMBB pic.twitter.com/1saxeVj97d— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 20199:56 p.m.: Fast start for the Buckeyes, who are up 9-2 at the first media timeout. No. 9 UCF 73, No. 8 VCU 5811:53 p.m.: UCF wins and will play Duke in the second round.11:45 p.m.: UCF responds to VCU’s 16-3 run with four straight points to move the lead back to double digits.Tacko Falls… AND HITS THE AND-1! 💪#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/yDgUNKn8ah— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 201911:40 p.m.: This is getting interesting. The lead is down to seven!11:35 p.m.: The Rams are trying to make one last stand. They have scored seven straight to cut their deficit to 13. 11:04 p.m.: VCU’s offense continues to sputter as the Knights open up a 40-24 lead in the second half. This isn’t fair pic.twitter.com/nKgVK4rsmw— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 23, 201910:36 p.m.: Give Fall another block. UCF leads by 10 at the half. Access DENIED. pic.twitter.com/9aSvaGSCty— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 23, 201910:22 p.m.: Both teams are slowly getting their bearings. The Knights lead by four points with seven minutes left in the first half.10:19 p.m.: Should be plenty of Tacko Fall highlights in this one. He met Tacko at the Summit. pic.twitter.com/9aqpfr4a6L— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 23, 20199:58 p.m.: Early futility for both teams. It’s 3-0 with almost six minutes into the game.No. 1 North Carolina 88, No. 16 Iona 7311:25 p.m.: It’s final. The Tar Heels win by 15 and will play Washington in the second round. 11:15 p.m.: North Carolina is on cruise control towards a victory. It leads by 15 points at the final media timeout. Nassir Little is one of five Tar Heels in double digits.10:46 p.m.: The Tar Heels are starting to pull away. They lead by 11 and are outscoring Iona 23-7 in the second half.Tar Heels three? WET! 💦#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/dUOiBPyw9J— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 201910:37 p.m.: UNC comes out hot in the second half, scoring 10 of the first 13 points to take a three-point lead.10:11 p.m.: The Gaels are living beyond the arc. They lead by five at halftime.👌👌👌👌👌👌👌��👌👌IONA HAS HIT 10 3’S IN THE 1ST HALF! #MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/qQls7MlVF4— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 20197:00 p.m.: Iona has nine 3s and leads by six points.9:51 p.m.: The Tar Heels are back in the lead, up 18-15 halfway through the half.9:37 p.m.: Iona is off to an early 9-8 lead.No. 12 Liberty 80, No. 5 Mississippi State 769:47 p.m.: Both free throws are good again. The Flames survive. 9:45 p.m.: Liberty hits both free throws but Mississippi State gets a bucket back. The Flames go back to the free-throw line with 3.6 seconds left.9:44 p.m.: He makes two of three free throws and Liberty heads back to the line.9:43 p.m.: Both sides hit two free throws and Weatherspoon is fouled from 3-point range on the other end. He will have a chance to cut the lead to one.9:41 p.m.: Liberty splits two free throws on consecutive trips to the free throw to go up four with 22 seconds left.9:39 p.m.: After the Bulldogs make two free throws to re-gain the lead, the Flames hit another big 3 to jump back ahead by two points.9:31 p.m.: Liberty takes the lead! Another three by Homesley puts the Flames up by two points with 2:39 to play.FLAMES OUT FRONT 🔥#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/SFlfUeTyzT— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 20199:27 p.m.: Here come the Flames! They cut the lead back down to three. Caleb Homesley has a career-high 25 points. 9:19 p.m.: The Bulldogs open up a 10-point lead on the heels of a 10-0 run.9:06 p.m.: These teams are going back and forth in the second half.Liberty has retaken the lead! 👀#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/rEv2iHZEyE— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 20198:59 p.m.: A three-point play by the Flames give them a one-point lead with 14:14 left.8:48 p.m.: The second half is underway in San Jose. 8:25 p.m.: Mississippi State goes on a little run and takes a two-point lead into halftime. 8:18 p.m.: Tides are changing as the Flames have taken the lead. 8:06 p.m.: Quinndary Weatherspoon and Robert Woodard each have seven points so far as the Bulldogs cling to a one-point lead. 7:51 p.m.: Mississippi State leads 11-10 about eight minutes into the game.Liberty & Miss. State are exchanging buckets early! 👌#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/Zo4fz5UjSH— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 2019No. 3 Houston 84, No. 14 Georgia State 559:15 p.m.: Houston takes care of business, winning 84-55. Davis led the way with 26 points. 9:00 p.m.: This is a full-on blowout now for the Cougars.The Cougars are bringing that Houston heat to Tulsa! 🔥Houston have a 26-pt lead. #MarchMadness | @UHCougarMBK pic.twitter.com/avfNqTFdjB— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 20198:47 p.m.: Davis is 7 of 17 from 3-point range and has 26 points as the Cougars lead 59-41.8:35 p.m.: Houston opens the second half on a 10-2 run and it it starting to break away.8:09 p.m.: A 40-point first half has Houston up nine through 20 minutes.8:00 p.m.: Georgia State just won’t go away. It cuts the lead to six points at the under four-minute timeout.7:46 p.m.: The Cougars have cooled off a little but still lead 21-12. 7:28 p.m.: Houston jumps out to an 11-3 lead on four points from its best player, Corey Davis Jr.No. 1 Duke 85, No. 16 North Dakota State 629:13 p.m.: The Blue Devils close out the 23-point victory over North Dakota State. Barrett had 26 points and Williamson finished with 25.8:39 p.m.: Hey, it’s Zion again. Duke leads by 22.8:28 p.m.: Zion doing Zion things. Now nine straight points to open the half for Duke. Zion is taking over. 😳Duke opens up a 40-27 lead over NDSU!#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/bjv22xQsLZ— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 20198:24 p.m.: Seven unanswered points for the Blue Devils to start the half and they lead by 11. 7:59 p.m.: Blue Devils are holding on to a 31-27 lead as we head to halftime. 7:56 p.m.: This RJ Barrett slam was part of a 7-0 Duke run. RJ with AUTHORITY! 🔨#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/612Djaofan— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20197:43 p.m.: Duke’s defense is taking over as NDSU doesn’t have a point in nearly six minutes.7:38 p.m.: Add another dunk to the lengthy Williamson highlight reel.Pure strength. 💪#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/o89gu80Teb— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20197:35 p.m.: Duke has finally tied it up at 16. Williamson has six points.7:17 p.m.: Hot start for NDSU. It leads 12-5 at the first media timeout.7:13 p.m.: Looks like Zion might be a tad too strong for the Bison. Zion gets started off on the right foot… 😳#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/XjL4rILNe2— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20197:11 p.m.: It’s Zion time.No. 9 Washington 78, No. 8 Utah State 618:58 p.m.: The Huskies pull away late to secure the victory.8:50 p.m.: Matisse Thybulle extends the lead to 14 with a 3 and they might be the dagger. 8:45 p.m.: We have hit the final TV timeout of the contest. The Huskies are up by nine points.8:37 p.m.: Washington answers with seven straight points on its own, all by Nahziah Carter.8:27 p.m.: A 7-0 Aggies run has them within one point midway through the second half. This one is getting interesting!8:23 p.m.: Here come the Aggies.A BIG 👌 for the Aggies to cut the lead! 👀#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/ApcKlDNBFw— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 20198:13 p.m.: Utah State’s leading scorer for the season, Sam Merrill, finally gets his first field goal of the day and the Aggies are down 10.7:36 p.m.: Noah Dickerson beats the buzzer to extend Washington’s lead to 40-28 at the half. Dickerson had 14 points and eight rebounds in the first 20 minutes.7:24 p.m.: And just like that Thybulle scores five straight points to extend the Huskies’ lead to nine. The Huskies are having their way!! 🔨#MarchMadness | @UW_MBB pic.twitter.com/yHkSMs1qLe— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20197:23 p.m.: Utah State is hanging around, but Washington has been in control for most of the half. It leads 29-25 at just under the five-minute mark.7:06 p.m.: Pac-12 defensive player of the year Matisse Thybulle is making his presence felt early. Washington leads by one at the second media timeout.This block was straight-up rude pic.twitter.com/b5cl5C7ZP6— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 22, 20196:53 p.m.: Utah State has hit three of its first four field goals and jumps out to a 7-3 lead.No. 12 Oregon 72, No. 5 Wisconsin 546:43 p.m.: The Ducks win it by 18.6:39 p.m.: This has become a blowout, even though it was close most of the way.6:32 p.m.: Wooten has taken over this game. His defense inside has helped the Ducks jump ahead by 12 points with 4:14 to go.SWATTED :flushed:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/enGfYaw4cE— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20196:21 p.m.: Oregon is hanging onto a 48-42 lead but has not made a basket for more than four minutes.6:08 p.m.: Kenny. Wooten. A rejection at one end, then a thunderous slam at the other for the talented forward. He’s letting Wisconsin know about it too.”UH OH!”#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/bJfxywfccn— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20196:06 p.m.: Oregon is getting hot from deep. It has a seven-point lead.5:58 p.m.: Wooten with a slam! He’s made an immediate impact since his return.CLEAN IT UP! :triumph:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/10NWpjtiYN— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20195:54 p.m.: Wooten is back in the game to start the second half.5:32 p.m.: We enter halftime tied at 25. Khalil Iverson drops the HAMMER to tie it up before the half! :triumph:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/ccvKhquhVj— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20195:30 p.m.: Oregon forward Kenny Wooten has been on the bench in apparent pain for the past few minutes. He’s the best defender on a team reliant on its play at that end of the floor, so his absence would be a major blow.5:16 p.m.: Payton Pritchard has been lethal for the Ducks.Payton Pritchard from the parking lot :scream:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/0UnjmqMGNs— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20195:05 p.m.: It’s been a low-scoring first half between these power conference schools. With nine minutes remaining in the half, Oregon is up 18-11.Payton Pritchard is putting on a SHOW! :flushed:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/G0V0zWcM9E— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 2019No. 6 Buffalo 91, No. 11 Arizona State 746:30 p.m.: Buffalo wins in a rout over the Sun Devils, setting up a second-round matchup with Texas Tech.5:39 p.m.: It’s all Buffalo here. The Bulls lead Arizona State 57-39.5:05 p.m.: Halftime: Buffalo 44, Arizona State 31. The Sun Devils have not made a 3-pointer.4:43 p.m.: Buffalo is starting to overwhelm Arizona State.Buffalo is NOT playing fair! :scream:#MarchMadness | @UBmenshoops pic.twitter.com/u0UWHDb0G5— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20194:35 p.m.: Buffalo leads Arizona State 24-16, not that you’re paying attention to this game right now with other potential upsets in the second half.No. 1 Virginia 71, No. 16 Gardner-Webb 565:09 p.m.: Virgina winds up winning by 15 after trailing big in the first half to avoid another historic upset.4:57 p.m.: Virginia appears safe.UVA is in full control with a 17 point lead over the ‘Dogs! :hammer:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/dBW4zRBXcq— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20194:41 p.m.: Double-digit lead for Virginia.Virginia has found its stride!They’ve opened up an 11 point lead over Gardner-Webb :flushed:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/oIZ6V7jAZN— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20194:29 p.m.: Virginia is ahead 39-38 now. The Cavaliers have all of the momentum.UVA is BACK on top! :muscle:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/qImrYDFu2A— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20194:27 p.m.: Virginia has come out strong in the second half. Gardner-Webb’s lead is down to 38-36.4:01 p.m.: Gardner-Webb is ahead 36-30 at halftime. Remarkable.3:55 p.m.: Gardner-Webb continues to knock down 3s. It now leads 36-25.3:45 p.m.: It’s hard to properly express how crazy this scoreline is.The Runnin’ Bulldogs have given UVA their largest deficit this season… :flushed:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/IPRCUR9zK7— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20193:37 p.m.: 26-14, Gardner-Webb. This might be happening again.3:33 p.m.: 20-10, Gardner-Webb.3:28 p.m.: 17-10, Gardner-Webb.3:27 p.m.: 12-6, Gardner-Webb.3:25 p.m.: Gardner-Webb takes a quick 8-4 lead. Virginia’s offense has been uncharacteristically sloppy.3:15 p.m.: Perhaps the most-anticipated 1-v-16 matchup of all time begins on truTV. Virginia won’t go down again, right?No. 2 Tennessee 77, No. 15 Colgate 704:55 p.m.: Tennessee hangs on to win.4:51 p.m.: Huuuuuuge 3s from Schofield. Back-to-back from the corner.:scream: ADMIRAL GOES BACK TO BACK! :scream:#MarchMadness | @Vol_Hoops pic.twitter.com/nsbkDFywQk— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20194:49 p.m.: A Colgate layup cuts it to 66-62. Less than three minutes left.4:40 p.m.: 63-58, Vols.4:33 p.m.: Colgate has hit 12 shots from beyond the arc. Tennessee has made just five.4:25 p.m.: Folks, Colgate is winning.Colgate takes the lead! :scream:#MarchMadness | @ColgateMBB pic.twitter.com/BJ78zn1twV— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20194:19 p.m.: Colgate is now down just six.”That had Stephen Curry written all over!” :sweat_drops::sneezing_face:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/lDj4GSE6p3— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20193:48 p.m.: Halftime: Tennessee 42, Colgate 30.3:35 p.m.: Tennessee is looking pretty comfortable here.The Volunteers get it to GO! :muscle:#MarchMadness | @Vol_Hoops pic.twitter.com/vtAChpuJ6O— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20193:20 p.m.: The Vols are up 20-13. Jordan Bowden has seven points off the bench.3:04 p.m.: Tennessee isn’t messing around, opening up a 9-2 lead over Colgate.No. 13 UC Irvine 70, No. 4 Kansas State 644:10 p.m.: UC Irvine pulls off the upset!Soak it in, @UCImbb! :tada:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/vFXySz1WmA— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20194:07 p.m.: Clutch free throws by UC Irvine give it a four-point lead with 17.4 seconds left.3:50 p.m.: With Virginia down to No. 16 Gardner-Webb, UC Irvine’s 61-56 lead with 4:27 to go might be flying under the radar. This would be a pretty significant upset for the Anteaters.3:43 p.m.: UC Irvine is hanging around. This 3 was important.ONE POINT GAME! :eyes:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/oR7V53GoFO— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20193:31 p.m.: Kansas State hits a go-ahead 3-pointer with a little over 12 minutes left.3:21 p.m.: All eyes are on this potential upset with Texas Tech starting to pull away elsewhere.2:53 p.m.: Max Hazzard drills a 3-pointer at the first-half buzzer, tying the game at 30.HAZZARD TIES IT AT THE HALF! :rotating_light:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/cm96q0CzQP— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20192:51 p.m.: Kansas State comes out in a full-court zone, then draws a charge after UC Irvine breaks the press.2:43 p.m.: These teams keep trading runs. It’s UC Irvine’s turn now. The Anteaters have scored nine straight.2:30 p.m.: Kansas State has held UC Irvine scoreless for almost five minutes, building a 10-point lead in the process.2:17 p.m.: Kansas State jumped out to a 17-9 lead, but UC Irvine has since trimmed that to 17-16.No. 3 Texas Tech 72, No. 14 Northern Kentucky 573:20 p.m.: Texas Tech completes the blowout.3:04 p.m.: The Red Raiders are seemingly running away with the contest now, their defense and athleticism kickstarting a swing in momentum.Texas Tech is trying to TAKE OFF! :scream:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/twYtVB4WGv— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20193 p.m.: Texas Tech finally takes a double-digit lead after it had struggled to gain air space throughout the contest. Can it maintain that advantage?2:55 p.m.: Texas Tech has not been able to completely pull away, but it still controls the game with a 42-34 lead.2:44 p.m.: The second half gets underway with a couple of buckets from the Red Raiders.2:23 p.m.: Halftime: Texas Tech 30, Northern Kentucky 26.2:15 p.m.: A mini-run by Northern Kentucky has it down by three with 2:32 left in the first half.1:57 p.m.: The problem early on for Northern Kentucky is making its open looks. Surprisingly, it has been effective at breaking down Texas Tech’s defense by swinging the ball on the perimeter. But without many shots falling, this could get away from the Norse.1:54 p.m.: Northern Kentucky is very much hanging around. Texas Tech is up 14-13 about 10 minutes in.1:35 p.m.: Texas Tech’s pressing defense forces a quick turnover and the Red Raiders take a 6-2 lead. Northern Kentucky has a tall task ahead of it trying to consistently score.No. 9 Oklahoma 95, No. 8 Ole Miss 722:39 p.m.: The end mercifully arrives for Ole Miss. Oklahoma wins 95-72.2:36 p.m.: The only question now is whether Oklahoma will reach 100 points. It has 93 right now.2:01 p.m.: The Sooners continue to dominate.Rashard Odomes (19 PTS) is having himself a day! Sooners up by 18. :eyes:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/FpB3QQL0TA— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20191:29 p.m.: Indeed, Oklahoma puts up 50 in the first half, entering the break ahead 50-33.1:20 p.m.: Sooners guard Rashard Odomes is perfect from the field. His 12 points lead all scorers.1:16 p.m.: Oklahoma might hang 50 on Ole Miss in the first half. The Sooners have 44 with four minutes remaining.1:05 p.m.: Oklahoma is taking care of the ball on offense and forcing turnovers at the other end. The result? A double-digit lead.Oklahoma is turning up the defense! :lock:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/kO82G4cqVO— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 201912:54 p.m.: Ole Miss has stopped things from getting totally out of hand, but it still trails 22-11.12:47 p.m.: It’s now 12-0.The Sooners look serious! :flushed:They’ve jumped out to a 12-0 lead over Ole Miss!#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/s9tL9elSrq— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 201912:46 p.m.: Oklahoma starts the game on a 7-0 run.No. 10 Iowa 79, No. 7 Cincinnati 722:23 p.m.: The Hawkeyes are going to win this one. They trailed by 13 at one point in the first half but shot lights-out down the stretch. Luka Garza led the way with 20 points and seven rebounds.Iowa with the EXCLAMATION POINT‼#MarchMadness | @IowaHoops pic.twitter.com/WUdsJkFItW— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20192:21 p.m.: Iowa has the ball and a 73-67 edge.2:13 p.m.: Huge 3-pointer for Iowa!The Hawkeyes are letting ’em FLY! :fire::fire:Iowa has a 6pt lead with under 2 minutes left.#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/gquNm8w0iy— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20192:10 p.m.: Iowa leads 65-64 with under three minutes to play.2:06 p.m.: Bearcats big man Nysier Brooks fouls out.2:04 p.m.: What a game this is turning out to be. Iowa grabbed a 62-59 lead, but Cincinnati answers to tie things at 62.1:51 p.m.: This was a beautiful finish through contact.What a STRONG finish! :smirk:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/1R1rmcL7wS— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20191:45 p.m.: Midway through the second half, Cincinnati leads 54-53.1:31 p.m.: Iowa briefly took the lead with this Bohannon shot, but Cincinnati has since responded to regain the advantage.IOWA IS IN THE LEAD! :sweat_drops:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/CDffz6aDeN— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 20191:27 p.m.: Iowa cuts Cincinnati’s lead to two.1:01 p.m.: Jordan Bohannon knocks down a jumper at the buzzer, and Iowa goes into the break down five. The Hawkeyes did a nice job chipping away at their deficit late in the half.Iowa before the buzzer :eyes::rotating_light:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/YVa7qdjNuJ— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 201912:58 p.m.: Iowa’s seven first-half turnovers are really hurting its chances of an upset.12:52 p.m.: Justin Jenifer has 10 points for Cincinnati. His latest 3-pointer puts the Bearcats up 32-21.12:48 p.m.: Iowa knocks down a 3-pointer to pull within five points of the Bearcats.12:37 p.m.: With a quick 18-7 lead, Cincinnati can now dig in defensively and try to wear down the Hawkeyes. Friday’s NCAA Tournament slate failed to provide any signature moments, but a handful of upsets made for intrigue throughout the day.Five double-digit seeds prevailed Friday, with UC Irvine, a 13-seed, coming away with the biggest upset of the first round, a win over short-handed Kansas State. Oregon, Iowa, Liberty and Ohio State also came out victorious. Overall, No. 12 seeds won three of their four first-round games. 12:27 p.m.: Iowa allows a wide-open perimeter jumper and a dunk on consecutive possessions.Cincinnati throws it DOWN! :muscle:#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/R5KC6dQnu1— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 22, 201912:23 p.m.: Cincinnati leads 8-5 four minutes into this one. Iowa’s defense, which has struggled all year, has looked decent in the half court so far. It’s obviously still early, though.12:15 p.m.: The first game of Day 2 is underway.
After finalizing the rosters, there are now a total of 416 players in the league. And while the rosters have been trimmed, there’s obviously still time ahead of the season for more transactions to take place. Just like in the NFL, when one team cuts a player there may another team in the league that has interest in that player. There could also potentially be late free agent additions.MORE XFL: Rules | Schedule | UniformsBut as of now, below is what the rosters look like. And of course there’s still time for each team to finish its depth chart and announce starters. For example, the St. Louis BattleHawks used four different quarterbacks in its scrimmage game earlier this month, so that team is still determining who should start at QB.In fact, commissioner Oliver Luck recently told XFL.com how likely it would be that teams will use multiple quarterbacks. Air Force10Cobbs, SimmieWR6’3″220Indiana12Jones, CardaleQB6’5″264Ohio State15Ross, RashadWR6’0″180Arizona State16Palka, TylerWR6’0″197Gannon19Dupre, MalachiWR6’4″195Louisiana State20Merritt, CarlosS6’0″190Campbell21Grant, DoranCB5’10″195Ohio State22Elam, MattS5’10″205Florida23Myrick, JalenCB5’10″201Minnesota24Pumphrey, DonnelRB5’8″178San Diego State25Lawrence, DesmondCB5’11″187North Carolina26Pressley, JhurellRB5’10″209New Mexico28Campbell, ElijahCB5’11″192Northern Iowa29Kinnel, TyreeS5’11″210Michigan30Sylve, BradleyCB6’0″172Alabama31Brossette, NickRB5’11″210Louisiana State32Abdullah, KhalidRB5’9″226James Madison38Thomas, ShamarkoS5’9″205Syracuse42Khoury, BrianDE6’3″238Carnegie Mellon51Johnson, DorianOG6’5″291Pittsburgh52Celestin, JonathanLB6’0″227Minnesota53Thurman, JameerLB6’0″223Indiana State54Massaquoi, JonathanLB6’2″265Troy55Williams, AntwioneLB6’3″245Georgia Southern56Freeman, KeShunDE6’2″259Georgia Tech58Wright, ScoobyLB6’0″228Arizona59Tarpley, A.J.LB6’2″225Stanford64Toth, JonOC6’5″298Kentucky69Boozer, ColeOT6’5″306Temple72Tuley-Tillman, LoganOT6’6″308Texas-El Paso74Cook, RishardOG6’3″364UAB75Brown, ChrisOG6’4″315Southern California77O’Hagan, JamesOC6’2″299Buffalo78Bunche, MalcolmOT6’6″326UCLA79Wesley, De’OndreOT6’6″320Brigham Young80Ernsberger, DonnieTE6’3″241Western Michigan85Hayward, DerrickTE6’5″260Maryland86Lee, KhariTE6’4″255Bowie State90Anau, SiupeliDT6’2″286Northern Arizona91Barnes, TavarisDE6’4″267Clemson92Qualls, ElijahDT6’1″337Washington93Sprinkle, TracyDT6’2″287Ohio State94Vakameilalo, KalaniDT6’3″322Oregon State95Bigelow, KennyDT6’3″308West Virginia96Bromley, JayDT6’3″297Syracuse99Montgomery, SamDE6’3″248Louisiana StateDallas Renegades rosterNo.Name The XFL has finalized its 52-man rosters for each of its eight teams.With the start of the season fast approaching (Sat. Feb. 8), the need to trim rosters down became a must. Overall there won’t be too many players without a team. The league’s draft made it so each team finished with a 71-man roster for a total of 568 total players. Pos.Ht.Wt.College2McClendonJalanQB6-4222Baylor3KanoffChadQB6-4205Princeton6SchmidtColtonP5-11224California-Davis8JohnsonJoshQB6-3205San Diego9NovakNickK5-11202Maryland10WhitfieldKermitWR5-7185Florida State11SpruceNelsonWR6-1206Colorado15McBrideTreWR6-0200William & Mary17GreeneJalenWR6-1205Utah State18JenningsAdonisWR6-2203Temple20DunlapJaylenCB6-0186Illinois21DiggsMar’SeanSAF6-1218Alabama-Birmingham22CouplinJeromeSAF6-1213William & Mary23StevensMikeCB5-11185North Carolina State24RoseLarryRB5-9192New Mexico State25TatumRomanCB5-1174Southern Illinois26SpringsArrionCB5-11208Oregon27MillerHarlanCB5-11182Southeast Louisiana28CarterMartezRB5-7210Grambling State29TochoJackSAF6-0202North Carolina State32WileyLaDariusSAF6-1209Vanderbilt33HarrisDujuanRB5-7206Troy34HoodElijahRB5-11232North Carolina36DixonAhmadSAF6-0212Baylor44MaysWillieLB6-4242Tiffin45NavarroRyanLS6-0234Oregon State50GauseQuentinLB6-0232Rutgers52WilliamsTre’LB6-2236Auburn54JonesTaiwanLB6-2245Michigan State56SiragusaNicoOG6-4319San Diego State57SmithWillLB6-2231Texas Tech59LauinaFredOG6-3315Oregon State62WallaceDwayneOT6-3327Kansas66VahePatrickOG6-2325Texas70McKenzieKahlilOG6-3320Tennessee72NortonStormOT6-8308Toledo73RobinsonJaelinOT6-5336Temple74RoemerTylerOT6-6315San Diego State75MaiavaLeneOT6-5311.6Arizona77OakmanShawnDE6-9280Baylor80BlacknallSaeedWR6-2209Penn State82BarnesBrandonTE6-4255Alabama State84SmallwoodJordanWR6-2225Oklahoma88HamptonDe’QuanWR6-3223Southern California90HendersonRoderickDE6-1355Baylor91RobertsBoogieDT6-2289San Jose State93SandersTrevonDT6-2327Troy94ReedCedricDE6-5259Texas95HughesMontoriDT6-4350Tennessee-Martin96JohnsonAnthonyLB6-2263Louisiana State98TaylorDevinDE6-8267South Carolina99BradyLatariusDT6-2281Memphis Pos.Ht.Wt.College1JazzFergusonWR6-5218Northwestern State2DrewGalitzP6-0191Baylor3FlynnNagelWR5-11195Northwestern7EricDungeyQB6-3236Syracuse8AustinMacGinnisK5-11176Kentucky9PhilipNelsonQB6-2209East Carolina11JoshuaCrockettWR6-2192Central Oklahoma12LandryJonesQB6-4234Oklahoma13JeffBadetWR5-11178Oklahoma16JerrodHeardWR6-2203Texas18FreddieMartinoWR6-0208North Greenville20TennyAdewusiS6-0205Delaware21MicahAbernathyS6-0198Tennessee22MarquisYoungRB6-0216Massachusetts23JoshThorntonCB5-11183Southern Utah24TrestonDecoudCB6-2208Oregon State25LanceDunbarRB5-9192North Texas26DonatelloBrownCB6-0185Valdosta State27AustinWalterRB5-8197Rice28JoshHawkinsCB5-10190East Carolina31DerronSmithS6-0197Fresno State34CameronArtis-PayneRB5-10215Auburn40TreWatsonLB6-1240Maryland41DashaunPhillipsCB5-11191Tarleton State43ChristianKuntzLB6-2237Duquesne44Hau’oliKikahaOB6-3250Washington45DoyinJibowuS6-1196Fort Hays State46TegrayScalesLB6-1236Indiana47TobennaOkekeOLB6-3251Fresno State48GreerMartiniLB6-4233Notre Dame49DonaldParhamTE6-8257Stetson50ReshardCliettLB6-2243South Florida51Ray RayDavisonLB6-3231California52JohnKeenoyOG6-3295Western Michigan55JamesFolstonOB6-4238Pittsburgh57FrankAlexanderDE6-4282Oklahoma58AsantayBrownLB6-0229Western Michigan59JohnathanCalvinOB6-3254Mississippi State61MaurquiceShakirOG6-3311Middle Tennessee62DariusJamesOT6-4315Auburn64SalesiUhatafeOG6-4332Utah65AlexBalducciOC6-4300Oregon66JoshAllenOG6-2280UL Monroe70WillieBeaversOT6-5320Western Michigan71JustinEvansOT6-6335South Carolina State77PaceMurphyOT6-6310Northwestern State80SeanPriceTE/H6-3252South Florida86JulianAllenTE/H6-2244Southern Mississippi91TomasiLaulileDT6-3318BYU93TonyGueradDT6-4326UCF96WinstonCraigDE6-3299Richmond98GelenRobinsonDE6-1302PurdueNew York Guardians rosterNo.NamePos.Ht.Wt.College1McKay, MekaleWR6-5195Cincinnati2Horn, JoeWR5-10182Missouri Western3Pearson, ColbyWR6-0194Brigham Young7Perez, LuisQB6-2222Texas A&M Commerce8Vogel, JustinP6-4215Miami (FL)9Redding, TeoWR6-0176Bowling Green10Duke, AustinWR5-9170Charlotte12Williams, MarquiseQB6-2233North Carolina14McGloin, MattQB6-1200Penn State16McCrane, MatthewK5-10167Kansas State17Liggins, JusticeWR6-1198Stephen F. Austin20Cook III, TimRB6-0247Oregon State21Summers, JamarCB5-11186Connecticut22Askew-Henry, DravonS5-11187West Virginia23Stockton, JustinRB5-9197Texas Tech24Texada II, RanthonyCB5-8181Texas Christian26Neal, DeJuanCB5-11193Shepherd27Victor, DariusRB5-6226Towson28Sutton, WesleyS5-11188Northern Arizona29Jones, BryceCB5’11168Akron30Soroh, AndrewS6-0206Florida Atlantic31Alexander, TerrenceCB5-9181Louisiana State33Hendy, A.J.S6-1202Maryland34Colburn II, MatthewRB5-8189Wake Forest36Cox, DemetriousS6-0196Michigan State42Daly, ScottLS6-2237Notre Dame44Mueller, RyanLB6-1247Kansas State45Hines, D’JuanLB6-1227Houston47Ginda, FrankLB6-0235San Jose State48Johnson, JawuanLB5-11230Texas Christian49DeLuca, NickLB6-3227North Dakota State55Wright, CharlesDE6-3221Vanderbilt56Heeney, BenLB6-0218Kansas58Rotimi JR, BunmiDE6-3265Old Dominion59Dooley, GarretLB6-2237Wisconsin68Brumfield, GarrettC6-3299Louisiana State69Silberman, IanC6-5311Boston College70Kling IV, JohnT6-7353Buffalo71Weiss, BrantT6-5291Toledo73Young, AveryOL6-5347Auburn74Jones, JarronT6-6320Notre Dame77Mama, DamienG6-4333USC78Coyle, AnthonyG6-5298Fordham83Sutherland, JakeTE6-4250Morehead State85Brown, KeenenTE6-2256Texas State87Powell, JakeTE6-5231Monmouth (NJ)88Bibbs, EJTE6-3260Iowa State91Owens, JarrellDE6-2276Oklahoma State93Barnes, TJDT6-7365Georgia Tech94Mbu, JoeyDT6-3341Houston95Johnson JR, TobyDT6-4340Georgia99Walker, CavonDT6-2287MarylandHouston Roughnecks rosterNo.NamePos.Ht.Wt.College1Lewis, KahlilWR5-10190Cincinnati3Mobley, SamWR5-10175Catawba5Rehkow, AustinP6-3214Idaho7Castillo, SergioK5-10175West Texas AM10Coates, SammieWR6-1210Auburn11Walker, P.J.QB5-11214Temple13Bolden, RayWR5-9165Stony Brook14Phillips, CamWR6-0201Virginia Tech15Malone, RyheemWR5-9187Louisiana-Lafayette17Jackson, BlakeWR5-11200Mary Hardin-Baylor18Cook, ConnorQB6-4217Michigan State20Huff, MarquestonS5-11196Wyoming21James, CharlesCB5-9185Charleston Southern22Ballard, CorrianS6-3195Utah23Elston, TraeS5-11193Mississippi25Brown, CodyS6-0208Arkansas State26Smith, SaivionCB6-1190Alabama27Harris, AjeneCB5-10190USC28Butler, JamesRB5-10205Nevada/Iowa29Henderson, De’AngeloRB5-8207Coastal Carolina30Olatoye, DejiCB6-1205North Carolina A&T32Nichols, DeatrickCB5-9185South Florida33Holley, NickRB5-10194Kent State40Schwab, TyLB6-1225Boston College41Johnson, JeremiahCB6-1185Concord42Brown, BeniquezLB6-0229Mississippi State43Bradford, CarlLB6-1250Arizona State44Williams, AndreRB6-0220Boston College47Gates, DeMarquisLB6-2221Mississippi50Burnett, KaelinLB6-4234Nevada51Robinson, EdmondLB6-3245Newberry53Lewis, DrewLB6-2229Colorado54Lewis, LaTroyLB6-3240Tennessee56Koroma, TejanOL6-1300Brigham Young58Taylor, ColtonLS5-11241Virginia Tech59McMillian, VantrellDL6-3255Chattanooga60Weathersby, TobyOL6-5315LSU65Rhaney, DemetriusOL6-2305Tennessee State66Tucker, MarquezOL6-3300Southern Utah69Faciane, IsameOL6-3300Florida International73Tretola, SebastianOL6-3325Arkansas74Gennesy, AveryOL6-5315Texas A&M76Bushell-Beatty, JuwannOL6-5333Michigan77Palmer, KelvinOL6-4290Baylor79Poole, TerryOL6-5307San Diego State90Maxey, JohnnyDE6-4293Mars Hill91Lyons, CaushaudDL6-5284Tusculum93Crawford, CoreyDE6-5283Clemson94Ealy, KonyDE6-4273Missouri96Palmore, WalterDL6-4320Missouri97Wright, GabeDL6-3285Auburn98James, NickDL6-4314Mississippi StateSt. Louis BattleHawks rosterNo.NamePos.Ht.Wt.College00Payne, JakeDT6’4300Shenandoah2Washington, L’DamianWR6’4216Missouri4Fitzgerald, NickQB6’5227Mississippi State5Russolino, TaylorK6’0170Millsaps6Heinicke, TaylorQB6’1205Old Dominion7King, MarquetteP6’0192Fort Valley State10Ta’amu, JordanQB6’2221Mississippi14Agudosi, CarltonWR6’6220Rutgers15Pierson-El, De’MornayWR5’9194Nebraska17Mumphery, KeithWR6’0210Michigan State20Tillery, LenardRB5’9201Southern University23Robinson, KennyS6’2198West Virginia21Jones-Quartey, HaroldDB5’11″215Findlay24Jones, MattRB6’2227Florida22White, RyanCB5’11″196Auburn25Hill, WillS6’1202Florida26McCoil, DexterS6’4224Tulsa28Nelson, RobertCB5’10174Arizona State29Rivers, DavidCB6’0185Youngstown State31Caldwell, TreyCB5’8188Louisiana-Monroe33Michael, ChristineRB5’10220Texas A&M35Wade, D’MontreCB6’0200Murray State36Ford, KeithRB5’10219Texas A&M41Hillary, DariusDB5’10183Wisconsin42Jones, ShaqDE6’2248Alabama-Birmingham44Powell, JoeS6’2235Globe Tech48Carew, TannerLS6’1245Oregon53President, GimelDE6’4275Illinois54Hendrix, DewayneDL6’4269Pittsburgh55Ankrah, AndrewDE6’3216James Madison56Hoskins, Ro’DerrickLB6’2230Florida State57Garvin, TerenceLB6’3242West Virginia58Beauharnais, SteveLB6’0240Rutgers61Reagan, BrunoOT6’3322Vanderbilt64Miller, MichaelOG6’4298Washburn66Allen, DejonOG6’3290Hawaii67Folkerts, BrianOG6’4310Washburn69McDonald, AndrewOT6’5316Indiana72Campos, JakeOG6’7320Iowa State73McCants, MattOT6’5309Alabama-Birmingham75Wallace, BrianOL6’5326Arkansas76Perkins, KentOT6’5311Texas82Hunt, ColeTE6’6254Texas Christian83Saxton, WesTE6’4240South Alabama84Russell, AlonzoWR6’4218Toledo85Lucas, MarcusWR6’5220Missouri87Reilly, BrandonWR6’1202Nebraska90Sayles, CaseyDT6’3289Ohio94Soulek, KellenDT6’4310South Dakota State95Ward, ChanningDT6’4260Mississippi96Lambert, DavonteDT6’1279Auburn98Clarke, WillDL6’6271West VirginiaTampa Bay Vipers rosterNo.NamePos.Ht.Wt.College3Andrew FranksK6-1205Rensselaer Polytechnic4Taylor CorneliusQB6-6232Oklahoma State8Chase LittonQB6-5230Marshall9Quinton FlowersQB/RB5-10211South Florida10Jake SchumP5-11212Buffalo11Aaron MurrayQB6-1207Georgia13Donteea DyeWR5-10195Heidelberg14Stacy ColeyWR6-0195Miami (FL)15Seantavius JonesWR6-4209Valdosta State17Jalen TolliverWR6-3209Arkansas-Monticello18Reece HornWR6-3213Indianapolis19Tanner McEvoyWR6-6230Wisconsin20Tarvarus McFaddenDB6-2205Florida State21Robert PriesterS5-9181Wyoming22Rannell HallDB6-0200Central Florida23Anthoula KellyDB5-10183Fresno State24De’Veon SmithRB5-11225Michigan27Micah HannemannS6-0190Brigham Young28Bryce CanadyCB6-0193Florida International29Jacques PatrickRB6-3235Florida State30Demontre HurstCB5-10183Oklahoma31Corey MooreDB6-2200Georgia32Jalen CollinsCB6-1203Louisiana State33Shelton LewisCB6-0185Florida Atlantic34Mack BrownRB5-11213Florida35Marcelis BranchS5-11190Robert Morris41Terrance PlummerLB6-1234Central Florida42Nick MooreLS6-3245Georgia43Emmanuel BealLB6-0223Oklahoma45Lucas WachaLB6-1230Wyoming49Nikita WhitlockDT5-10250Wake Forest50John YarbroughOC6-4300Richmond53Deiontrez MountDE6-5253Louisville56Ike SpearmanLB6-0233Eastern Michigan63Jordan McCrayOC6-3322Central Florida67Jerald FosterOG6-3335Nebraska71Isaiah WilliamsOT6-3306Akron73Martez IveyOT6-5315Florida75Andrew TillerOG6-5334Syracuse76Daronte BouldinOG6-6331Mississippi78Marquis LucasOT6-4315West Virginia80DeAndre GoolsbyTE6-5240Florida81Daniel WilliamsWR6-3201Jackson State83Ryan DavisWR5-10189Auburn85Nick TruesdellTE6-5249Grand Rapids Jr. Co.86Colin ThompsonTE6-4258Temple91Bobby RichardsonDE6-3286Indiana92Josh BanksDT6-4290Wake Forest95CeCe JeffersonDE6-1266Florida96Jason NeillDE6-3278Texas-San Antonio97Ricky WalkerDT6-2295Virginia TechSeattle Dragons rosterNo.NamePos.Ht.Wt.College2Kasen WilliamsWR6-1218Washington7B.J. DanielsQB5-11222South Florida9Brock MillerP5-11190Southern Utah10John SantiagoWR5-9170North Dakota11Sergio BaileyWR6-0185Eastern Michigan12Brandon SilversQB6-3224Troy13Austin ProehlWR5-9182North Carolina14Alonzo MooreWR6-1199Nebraska16Dontez ByrdWR5-11180Tennessee Tech19Keenan ReynoldsWR5-10190Navy20Kenneth FarrowRB5-10219Houston21Mohammed SeisayCB6-1202Nebraska23Trey WilliamsRB5-8195Texas A&M24Marko MyersCB5-10185Southeastern25Steve WilliamsCB5-9181California27Johnathan AlstonCB6-1206North Carolina State30Channing StriblingCB6-2188Michigan31Ja’Quan GardnerRB5-5201Humboldt State32Tyson GrahamS6-2208South Dakota33Jordan MartinS6-2204Syracuse34Jeremy ClarkCB6-3206Michigan35Godwin IgwebuikeS6-0212Northwestern39Santos RamirezS6-1202Arkansas41Noah BordenLS6-1220Hawaii50Dillon DayC6-3301Mississippi St.51Praise Martin-OguikeDE6-0258Temple52Kyle QueiroLB6-2215Northwestern55Nick TempleLB5-10224Cincinnati56Nyles MorganLB6-1230Notre Dame57Marcel FrazierDE6-5256Missouri59Steven JohnsonLB6-1239Kansas68Cyril RichardsonG6-5329Baylor69William CampbellG6-5309Michigan72Anthony MotenDT6-4315Miami (FL)73Kirk BarronC6-2309Purdue75Venzell BoulwareG6-3306Tennessee76Michael DunnT6-5300Maryland77Quinterrius EatmonT6-6313South Florida79Isaiah BattleT6-6312Clemson81Colin JeterTE6-5250LSU84Ben JohnsonTE6-4246Kansas85Cam ClearTE6-5277Texas A&M88Evan RodriguezTE6-2239Temple89Connor HamlettTE6-7259Oregon State90Stansly MapongaDE6-2256TCU91Anthony JohnsonDE6-3279Florida International92Durrant MilesDE6-4263Boise State93Will SuttonDT6-1303Arizona State94Pasoni TasiniDT6-4297Utah97Jacquies SmithDE6-3253Missouri99Jordan ThompsonDT6-2284NorthwesternL.A. Wildcats rosterNo.Name “We decided we wanted to get two really solid players at the quarterback position for each team,” Luck said. “Based on what I saw, we did that. I’ll be shocked if any team has the same quarterback through Week 10 just given the nature of the game, the fact that it’s a startup and we have some good defensive players coming off the edge.”Below are all of the rosters for each individual team.MORE: Former NFL, college names you’ll recognize in XFLD.C. Defenders rosterNo.NamePos.Ht.Wt.College1Thompkins, DeAndreWR5’11″187Penn State2Rausa, TyK5’9″189Boise State3Jackson, TyreeQB6’7″250Buffalo4Rogers, EliWR5’11″176Louisville7Niswander, HunterP6’5″230Northwestern9Rowell, JalenWR6’4”