2014 College Football Season Week 5

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  1. Riddlewire

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    Tonight's games
    Texas Tech v Oklahoma State
    UCLA v Arizona State
    App State v Georgia Southern

    TTech's Dylan Cantrell makes a potential "Catch of the Year" play and all the BSPN announcers can muster is a lukewarm "nice play white boy" type of response.
     
  2. Riddlewire

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    I've never seen so many negro drops in one day. And that's just in two games!

    These idiot coaches are hurting their teams and their own futures by not benching these stone-handed primates.
     
  3. Leonardfan

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    I was impressed with Texas techs sophomore qb. It's to bad he got injured and was plagues with drops by his recievers
     
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  5. Riddlewire

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    What a highly engineered joke college football has become...

    As pointed out on a blog I visit, in last night's game Arizona State ran 105 plays (a record?), gained 626 yards of total offense, and still lost by 35 points.

    The afflete-loving spread advocates have destroyed this once beautiful game.
     
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    It's not only the spread offense, which is designed to incorporate more black QBs, since it requires fewer reads (nevermind the fact that mobile white QBs run it better). It's the atrocious all-black defenses with 100% black secondaries. It's no mystery how to shut down a spread, if you have smart athletes, but the smart part seems to be missing.......
     
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    I agree completely with FootballDad. The fact that 90% of BCS conferences seem to have 2 or less white starters on defense is the primary cause. Look at the UCLA/Arizona State game last night for a perfect example... Arizona St's (with the exception of S Jordan Simone) is all black. Guess what, they SUCK. Hundley had wide-open WRs whenever I was paying attention to the game. The art of tackling has all but disappeared. Even on a majority white defense like the Badgers, the sh*tty defensive blacks (to coin Jimmy's term) end up costing the team anyway with their atrocious tackling and "coverage" skills. I've been really turned off by the NFL and college football to a lesser extent this year seeing all these crappy all-black defenses. I'm sick of seeing only 1 token white player on defense. Look at South Carolina, they have NO white scholarship defenders, yet they still suck! How can this be? I guess those room-brightening smiles and magical hips aren't all they're cracked up to be...

    If black CBs are this terrible in college, then how come all these white high schools don't give up 60+ PPG with nearly all white CBs? "Weird" isn't it...
     
  8. Riddlewire

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    I can't fully agree with that.

    Even the most disciplined defensive players, white or black, would struggle to stop a Baylor or Oregon offense. Wazzu actually played great against Oregon. I think they sacked Mariota 8 times. They still gave up over 500 yards of offense, 38 points, and lost the game.
    The NCAA has been "tweaking" the rules for the past decade, enabling huge advantages for the hurry-up spread offenses. Unless changes are made in the opposite direction, I don't think we'll ever see anyone "figure out" how to stop the modern spread. Yes, these teams can be beaten from time to time. But that usually occurs when they are greatly overmatched by more physically gifted players on the other team. And, even then, they still get their points. You're never going to see one of these teams lose 13-0, though.
     
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    What annoys me about the HUNH spread is the refs playing different rules for different teams. The rules state that the offensive line must be set at the line of scrimmage for a full second before they can snap the ball. But week in and week out we see HUNH teams snap the ball before all their lineman are set and not draw a single flag. If a team like Alabama or Stanford tried to snap the ball that quickly they'd probably get called for illegal motion or false starts.
     
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    Looks like that dolt Franklin is hoping for another 2nd half comeback. This guy cannot coach - its baffling as to how he landed that job at PSU. No balance on offense and gimmicky plays is all he has.
     
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    yeah also with those read option plays where there is a downfield pass as an option, ineligible receiver down field, the lineman often go further than they are supposed to. Never called.
     
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    Northwestern FB or HB Dan Vitale had 7 catches for 113 yards in the blowout of Penn St. On the other side, Penn State's running game was been totally shut down.

    Yale running back Tyler Varga has 26 carries for 181 yards and 4 touchdowns against FBS team Army. The game is going to OT so he can add to those totals.

    Edit: Yale pulls off the big win with a touchdown by guess who? 5th for Mr. Varga!
     
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    Bo Hines with the 54 yard touchdown to open up scoring against Florida St and the seafood thieving rapist. At halftime, 24-21 NC State. Let's hope they knockoff that pig Jimbo Fischer and his squad.
     
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    Varga is on the draft radar for both the CFL and the NFL, he is a blue chip CFL prospect and a diamond in the rough NFL prospect. He is considered a NFL fullback prospect with the potential to be a tailback. Of course NFL Draft Scout does this to every White tailback prospect unless they are a Doak Walker or Heisman candidate......:huh:
     
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    Shane Morris starting in place of Devin Gardener today!! He's not looked so good so far against the Gophers, just having thrown a pick six. I just heard from the announcers that Devin Gardner has not been talking to Morris at all during the game. What a supportive "teammate."
     
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    Good that Morris is starting and even better that Minnesota is winning. They are much Whiter.

    Nelson Spruce is having his usual stellar game. 75 yards at halftime.

    The somewhat disappointing Jaxon Shipley has 57 yards at the half. It'd be nice to see him go over 100 for once but he's had some lousy quarterbacks throwing to him the last few years.

    Devon Cajuste of Stanford with 59 yards at the half. McCaffrey has a catch but no carries. :icon_neutral:

    Bowling Green's Ryan Burbrink has 10 catches for 127 and a score. There's still time in the 3rd quarter in that one.
     
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    Trent Taylor (La. Tech) nice 1st half 6 rec for 72 yards including a Top 10 Catch of the Day nominee...

    Thanks for the GIF on the Hines TD...Promising true freshman!

    Arkansas TE AJ Derby the 44 yard TD catch burning the swivel hipped athletes! A&M in trouble...
     
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    Wherever Kaptain is - I tip my cap to him - Mitch Leidner has played really well today. Michigan overall is a mess. I hope they stick with Morris for the rest of the year. Their have been discussions here regarding Harbaugh leaving the 49ers and going back to Michigan. If he followed the same template he layed at Stanford I would have no issue with that. Not sure how I feel about Hoke, he didn't do himself any favors by coddling and handing the job to Gardner. He has been trying to go back to a more pro style offense from BitchRods total dismantling of Michigan.
     
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    Nice TD run by Hogan. Cardinal up late in the 4th.
     
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    whats up with Mark Weisman? why is he not doing well, he had 24 carries for 76 yards, second straight week 20+ carries not cracking 100, i saw he got plenty of short carries last time so maybe thats it. 4 tds in the past two weeks so must at least be lots of goal line carries. but he has to do better than 3.4 ypc and a long of 19 for the season. Maybe its the jewis genes ;)
     
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    I would argue that Weisman has been exceptional this year. Iowa is profoundly mediocre on offense. It's a credit to him that he has managed what yardage he has this season.
     
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    Nelson Spruce has 19 receptions. 19.
     
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    I was wondering if anybody would notice. Liedner has yet to even be completely healthy. The best is yet to come. He has two terrific white wide receivers. One is from Caledonia, MN who is 6'3" and ran a pretty decent sprint in HS track - he, of course, received no D-I scholarships despite two state football championships and having size and speed.
     
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    The Refs gave Ohio st the game. They missed a crucial PI call which slowed the Bearcats momentum. Kiel looks great out there. Hopefully they can come back.
     
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    Even injured, Bryce Petty is a stud.
     
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