2017 College Football Week 11

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  1. rockybleier

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    Thanks LF....certainly guys like Brian Leonard, who was so awesome, led me to search for white running backs.... I ran into this site.....it’s been years.....Finally I decided to put in my 2 cents......I’ve learned about a lot of great athletes from you guys and hopefully newer folks are learning from what we have posted this year......I am very politically active.....A lot of what goes on is America’s fear of blacks....Or fear of what others say if you play whites that are equally talented over a black athlete....A lot of coaches are vaginal and have no backbone, thus letting the “animals run the zoo”......No one ever reports on how many 15 yard penalties for excessive celebrations led to your team having to punt instead of kicking a field goal.......Coaches never discipline players for this stupid tree to tree b.s.
    I’m rambling......and preaching to the choir..........
     
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  2. Heretic

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  3. Heretic

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    Glad that the Utah black "Utes" is stuck at five wins and have to play at Washington next week. They finish with Colorado at home, a winnable game, so they could get their 6th win to get into a bowl game, but I'm hoping that won't happen and they sit at home.
     
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  4. Leonardfan

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    Just read an article stating that Wisconsin's schedule was "putrid". The CFB ranking system is definitely rigged. Clemson is not being punished at all for a loss against 4-6 Syracuse. Alabama has not played a difficult schedule. The SEC and ACC teams are weighted more because they are the darkest conferences. Miami is the newest caste darling with their coal roster, quotaback, idiotic turn over chain being the main storylines. We can only hope UVA or Pitt lead upsets over Miami in the next two weeks. I also think South Carolina has a good shot at beating Clemson who get to play Citadel next week (I am sure they won't be docked for that just like Alabama won't be docked for Mercer).

    https://sports.yahoo.com/10-takeaways-wild-playoff-altering-day-college-football-064045324.html

    2. From a conference standpoint, the big winners Saturday were the ACC and Big Ten. The former should have 40 percent of the top five when the new rankings come out Tuesday, and the latter should see its undefeated Wisconsin Badgers move either into the bracket or just outside it, with at least one guaranteed loser ahead of them. 2. From a conference standpoint, the big winners Saturday were the ACC and Big Ten. The former should have 40 percent of the top five when the new rankings come out Tuesday, and the latter should see its undefeated Wisconsin Badgers move either into the bracket or just outside it, with at least one guaranteed loser ahead of them.

    Clemson and Miami will meet in the ACC title game. If both get through the next two weeks without a loss — the Tigers play Citadel and South Carolina, the Hurricanes play Virginia and Pittsburgh — the winner should be a cinch playoff team. The loser might even be in contention as well — especially if it is Miami at 11-1. The Hurricanes and their Turnover Chains are the big two-week mover, coupling the demolition of Notre Dame with an 18-point win over Virginia Tech the week before.

    As for Wisconsin: If everyone held serve in front of the Badgers, there was a chance they could be roadblocked to the playoff — even if they go 13-0, thanks to a putrid schedule. Now, that sort of snub is less likely thanks to the carnage in front of them in the rankings. Georgia losing big is a boost to Bucky.
     
  5. Shadowlight

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    I am starting my weekly grumbling rambling Week 11 wrap up with what Heretic (always sharp as a tack) mentioned regarding freshman Riley Lees and his SPECTACULAR punt return. The call was so HORRIFIC I had nightmares all night long I kid you not. This call illustrates the ugliness of caste and refs right at the forefront and if I was the Northwestern Coach I would have lost it completely. And it isn't as if I play both sides. When I see a head shot most all of the time I think the offender gets what he deserves white or black. But this vaguely near the sidelines block/push which was not even a real HIT and didn't affect the run back whatsoever gets flagged late as Lees was well on his way to a TD. It ruined what should have been the coming out party for Freshman Lees who has a lot of talent. It goes down as the WORST and most DISURBING call of the season. They would never flag a player if it was a black dude running for a TD. Those refs should be fired for ruining a young player's season. Lees has had some trouble getting on track this season but this run back was so brilliant and offered a glimpse into the future it should have been the MOMENT for him. Instead those bastards STOLE away his glory in the most despicable fashion. Not too long ago in the NFL section La France had alluded to these flags that negate either a long gain or a flashy TD from a white skill player and this latest episode reinforces the idea that refs are trained to believe white skill players are not any good so most of their huge plays according to their bastard book of rules should be negated by a flag. So sick of this CRAP.
    At least some good news coming out of Georgia Tech. However they almost blew the game which is common when a team's white skill players come up big. There was a floating pass that a VT player caught amidst a sea of worthless black GT DB's. I said to myself the odds of a VT player catching the ball were nearly ZERO yet that's what happened. As mentioned above Cottrell ripped off some big runs on his way to 83 yards on just 3 carries and WR Brad Stewart their main PR, caught a blow by 60 yard TD pass. Odd stat of the game. The GT QB completed just two passes but both were for long TD's. Even their white LB Mitchell came up big with a bevy of tackles .Key WR's Sills ( another two TD's including the best catch of the season see posts above) and Trey Quinn didn't have bad days but their numbers were still a bit disappointing. A holding pattern kind of week for them. Thankfully speedster WR Andy Isabella had another great day see 22 stat board above.
    Super glad Georgia went down in flames but WR Will Hastings was completely ignored. Speaking of calls Alabama got a bogus interference call late but on that drive they missed the field goal. Bama LB Keith Holcombe was solid as usual. At least Miss State played hard. Notre Dame looked like garbage and now I figure Notre Dame and Georgia were way overrated. Which make Miami's win not as great as the media thinks it was as they now are the ESPN caste wonders now that Georgia went home with their tale between their legs.
    Again mentioned above Iowa State's versatile WR/PR Trever Ryen was knocked out late with a head shot which might have cost Iowa State the game. Sadly emerging Kansas Sate WR Dalton Schoen also had to leave his game with an apparent shoulder injury. Would like to see Baker Mayfield run more often but the Heisman is his to lose. WR Dylan Cantrell had another solid outing with a 11-94 stat line.
    Big Ten--Michigan State looked asleep accept for DE Willekes. Hubbard and Bosa continue to dominate the line see above posts. MI's Winovich had 4 TFL's. Also great to see RB Barkley continue to put up measly stats and once again S Troy Apke was superb. And Penn State started a white LB for a change. They stuffed Rutgers. No NFL buzz on Apke which is a shame. He has great wheels and is improving each and every week one big play after another.
    As for Nebraska that coach was "fired" a few weeks ago but I do not want Scott Frost based on his caste team at UCF. Terribly disappointed in Iowa. But Wisconsin's earlier win over Northwestern looks better and better and the so called "experts" now admit if they run the table they have to be in the final four. No kidding idiots.
    Northwestern continues to play well with their white WR's and their QB Thorson looks like a solid NFL starter down the road. Great form. Excellent athlete too. He made a pass rolling left and threw it across his body right on the money with mustard.
    No need to go into detail about the great Yale RB Dudek. He won the game but in that same game see above, Princeton WR Jesper Horstead continues to put up huge numbers. The BIG ONE is Saturday as Yale plays Harvard for the conference title something Yale hasn't won in nearly 40 years. GO ZUDEK!!!
     
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  6. Leonardfan

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    Wake Forest TE Cam Serigne had 7 catches for 119 yds and 3 tds. He is a pretty under the radar player in terms of a draft prospect - he should be a solid mid rounder - get a combine invite and either Senior Bowl/East-West shrine invite. Another good TE in a really good TE class.
     
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  7. rockybleier

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    One bad note about Wake Forest....Cade Carney has been out a few games and in his stead his backup had 200 plus yards rushing......Hoping CC doesn’t lose his starting position.....
     
  8. Shadowlight

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    Playoff picture update. ASUMMING none of the below teams lose any more games then I think they are in--which means the conference champion in the SEC, Big 12, Big 10 and ACC will all be chosen. For example the winner of Miami and Clemson in the title game will get in. Same with Big Ten with Ohio State and Wisconsin. If Auburn beats Alabama in the Iron Bowl and beats Georgia again they will get in so along with Ohio State we could see 2 two loss teams making it. If Oklahoma gets beat by say TCU in the Big 12 Title game things get more muddled but I expect Oklahoma to sail on through. If any of the above teams lose a remaining regular season game then the formula gets readjusted and perhaps the Pac 12 reemerges with a team like Washington. One thing I do not want to see is this asinine idea to get two teams from the same conference in if the title games are close and I am referring specifically to the SEC or ACC. It should be you lose you are out. The media has a love affair with the "blacker' teams like Georgia, Alabama and Miami so I could see a big push for these teams even if they lose. Too late in the season to lose. I say too bad suckers you lost.
    We will see.
     

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