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Discussion in 'College Football' started by davidholly, Oct 5, 2013.
The College Football week is almost over but for coherency (OCD) I'm making this thread.
Michael Campanaro of Wake Forest went OFF today! 12 for 153 and 2 scores. If this guy is not playing in the NFL next year, then there is no point in following that corrupt league anymore.
Mitch Leidner got the starting job in Minnesota. He actually played well against Michigan but the score didn't show. Despite being recruited for his passing ability he is a great runner. Unfortunetly the Gophers coaching staff seemed to use him like Tim Tebow was used in Denver - run, run, run and pass in the 4th quarter when down by a couple of tds. But at least he is now the starter and hopefully they will not ignore his passing abilities in the future.
I going to stop watching college football, because the pro-caste teams are taking over. I'm predicting the championship game will be Florida State and Alabama.
I couldn't believe how White the Minnesota offense is. The only black player I could tell was the running back (of course). Lots more were on the other side of the ball which explains their loss.
Pretty nice day for the RBs:
Cam McDaniel of ND: 15c 82 yds
Brendan Douglas of Georgia: 10c only 25yds but oline play was pretty poor, 1 TD, 1r 32 yds
Zach Zwinak of Penn State: 17c 72yds
Saylor Lavallii of Central Michigan: 25c 151 yards 2 TDs
BSPN doing it's best to prop up the negro QBs it loves so much while ignoring magnificent performances by Mettenberger and Murray.
Colt Lyerla has been black balled off of Oregon's team. Perhaps the most gifted TE in the country is now leaving the program after he expressed concern\shock that the Ducks HC threw him under the bus when he missed a game earlier in the season because of sickness. It's absurd and it pisses me off. It's also mentioned in this article that he will not transfer.. I hope he reconsiders because he doesn't owe Oregon jack **** loyalty wise..
Junior tight end Colt Lyerla is leaving the Oregon Ducks football program for 'personal reasons'.