2013 College Football Season Week 10

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  1. Riddlewire

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    I'll let someone else post the matchups.
    I just needed to start the thread early so I could comment on the first game of the week.

    Rice's black runningbacks are an embarrassment. A whole stable full of lardasses. I know for a fact that the state of Texas produces extremely fast white runningbacks. Don't tell me that these fat sloths are the best "student athletes" that they could find.
     
  2. Leonardfan

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    John O' Korn is an under the radar freshman QB for Houston that has led them to a 7-1 record. He has great size at 6'4 205 lbs - looking forward to him developing over the next few years.
     
  3. Riddlewire

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    I didn't see what happened, but Campanaro went to the locker room with his arm in a sling.
     
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    Weisman has just 17 yards on 9 carries so far against Wisconsin, but he has as many carries as the black running backs combined.
     
  5. northwinds

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    Watching Wisconsin/Iowa is a true pleasure..........Abredaris with a nice catch for a TD.
     
  6. colecleburne

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    Air Force Tailback Anthony Lacoste thru just 3 qtrs. has...249 yds rushing on 15 carries...2 TD's from 73 & 78!
     
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    Lacoste is closing in on the single game rushing record for AF
     
  9. TwentyTwo

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    FBS Leading Rushing QB Jordan Lynch added 125 rushing yards to his resume + 4 TD's...and did not need to play the entire game in a blow out win over U.Mass 63-19.
     
  10. dwid

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    Chad Beebe, freshman son of Don Beebe, 81 yard reception, looks like he has his dad's wheels. Lynch with 100+ yards rushing, although I was flipping back and forth and not sure if Lynch is hurt or not, I saw him holding his arm weird.

    Zwinak only has 6 carries compared to Belton's 36.

    Steve Hull looked unstoppable on one series where he put up the majority of his 6 catches for close to 60 yards, and then the qb stopped targeting him.

    Zwinak isnt even going to get a sniff from the NFL. It appears White players have to be healthy their final seasons and put up good stats the last year, no matter what they did the years before or their measurables. Rob Gronkowski is the only exception I can think of off the top of my head, but at a more White appropriate position TE.

    The main positive from the Penn St game is seding White dbs making plays, the end of the game won by an interception by Keiser against the quotaback to end overtime.
     
  11. Riddlewire

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    I can't believe NFL scouts still think Logan Thomas is draftable. Four more turnovers for him today as BC puts VT out of its misery.
     
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    But but but, he has potential !!
     
  13. dwid

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    I guess thats its for Douglass, Gurley gets a 20 yard run on his first carry and the crowd goes nuts and the announcers jizzed themselves, it was a hole you could drive a truck through, could have made it in the endzone but caught.
     
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    maybe i spoke to soon, first carry by Douglas he gets a 21 yard gain, running over a defender in the process, although not strictly a downhill runner, he has some moves.
     
  15. Wes Woodhead

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    Cam McDaniel with a good TD run which was taken by an outrageous holding call. Nothing that even resembled holding took place on that play. The refs clearly have instructions to call holding when a white tailback makes a run. It just happens too much to be a coincidence.
     
  16. Liverlips

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    "FBS Leading Rushing QB Jordan Lynch added 125 rushing yards to his resume + 4 TD's...and did not need to play the entire game in a blow out win over"

    Hmmm ... for some reason his name is not being mentioned as a Heisman candidate. Not sure why - a real mystery to me ... maybe if I think on it some more the reason will come to me ... hmmm ....
     
  17. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Lynch's numbers need to be put in proper perspective to fully appreciate them. his coach pulled him after the first series of the second half, because they had a huge lead and there was no need to jeopardize his all-everything playmaker.
     
  18. WhiteBoySwag24

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    University of Minnesota is very white friendly this year. They have like all white wide receivers and tight ends. They also have a very good mobile white quarterback. He is 6'4 230 lbs.
     
  19. Kaptain

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    Yes, on offense the new regime seems to have recruited in Minnesota. Their defense is coal black - they could learn from Wisconsin. The QB you are talking about is my avatar - Mitch Leidner. Their other quarterback is Philip Nelson - Mr. Football Minnesota two years ago. Nelson apparently ran a 4.49 out of HS according to scout.com or one of those scouting sites. Out of High School Leidner was known more for throwing as he only ran a 4.9-5.0. However, in one summer's work he apparently shaved his 40 time down to an amazing 4.5-4.6.

    The Gophers best receiver is also from Minnesota - last name Engel.

    Best of all somehow they were 10 point underdogs to Indiana and I put a hundred bucks on them today! They are up 28-13.
     
  20. Kaptain

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    In listening to the Gopher game propaganda radio just a few minutes ago, the announcers kept talking about the "great" talent that comes out of Indiana and how Minnesota recruited their last black quarterback (name forgotten to me) from Indiana - who BTW absolutely sucked. Not a word about the great white athletes from Minnesota.
     
  21. Kaptain

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    Don't mean to filibuster this thread on the Gophers, but I just found another surprise Freshmen WR recruited out of California. Drew Wolitarsky 6'3" 220 something:

    "OVERVIEW: Record-breaking wide receiver in California • Scout.com and Rivals.com both list him as a three-star recruit • Scout ranks him as the 97th best wide receiver in the nation, while Rivals tabs him as the 90th best player in California • ranked by ESPN as the 180th best prospect in California • participated in the West Coast Bowl - featuring the top high school seniors from California, Nevada, Idaho, New Mexico and Colorado.
    HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Canyon High School where he was a four-year letterwinner • California's all-time record holder in career catches (281) and career yardage (5,148), breaking former NFL wide receiver Steve Smith's records (271 catches and 4,486 yards) • second in state history with 52 career touchdown receptions • led team to an 8-3-1 record as a senior and was named Second-Team All-State • caught 89 passes for 1,275 yards (averaged 106.3 yards receiving a game) • registered 100 or more yards in eight of 12 games • caught 14 touchdown passes • averaged 35.83 yards on six kickoff returns (one touchdown) • made 75 catches as a junior for 1,628 yards and 19 touchdowns • rushed for one touchdown and returned one punt for a score • had 77 catches for 1,472 yards and 13 touchdowns as a sophomore and 40 catches for 773 yards and six touchdowns as a freshman • coached by Richard Gutierrez."
     
  22. colecleburne

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    Thats why NDSU is so good. All the kids from Minnesota and Wisconsin who don't get recruited go there.
     
  23. Kaptain

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    You know it. NDSU maybe upset at the new regime in Minnesota recruiting from their gravy train.
     
  24. foobar75

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    The NBC announcer sounded disappointed when it became obvious that McDaniels' TD would be upheld. Surprised that no holding was called, as WW mentioned, TDs scored by white players seem to get overturned on bogus penalties at a very high rate.
     
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    Hoping to see another Brendan Douglas run, but this Florida Georgia game has become unwatchable with both teams chimping out with scuffles and penalties after every play. SEC football at its finest.
     

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