2020 College Football Week 10

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  1. TwentyTwo

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    Iowa State LB Mike Rose with the INT in the End Zone to win the game!

    Clemson LB Baylon Spector Fumble Recovery in End Zone
     
  2. Kaiser_Soze

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    Nade Landman forces a fumble and that should seal the game up for Colorado
     
  3. Leonardfan

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    I don't see Bonner out there for Stanford anymore....

    just saw him lined up on special teams on a FG attempt. Dough Boy Shaw can't let a white CB play through a mistake. Gotta bench him.
     
  4. Rocky B

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    Borghi is out. What the hell......
     
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    speaking of White corners, Arkansas’ Hudson Clark is emerging as a possibly dominant player. tonight versus Tennessee, he wasn’t challenged AT ALL until the final play of the game when, as time expired, he deflected the pass and a teammate intercepted it.

    i’ve not seen his coverage grade of late, but it has to be high ... it looks like he’s not even being tested lately.
     
  6. Rocky B

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    The game has just become unwatchable.....
    I waited all night for this.....Poly at qb and no Max.....
     
  7. Leonardfan

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    I posted earlier in the thread about Borghi. I think it's a back injury. Roloch already with a non-white QB at Wazzu...he reminds me of Matt Rhule - another of the new generation of caste coaches.
     
  8. Leonardfan

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    Clemson's two blackie DBs give up the big play to put ND in scoring position at the 4. The black DB gives up coverage to go after Book and he throws a TD. They put the camera on Nolan Turner. I will not accept shekels for my analysis ;)
     
  9. Kaiser_Soze

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    Looks like Clemson is about to lose.
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    ND pulls off the win. Ugaboogaa sacked twice on the final drive.

    ND jumping into the ACC due to the "pandemic" looks like a real stroke of genius now.
     
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    Let’s see if Football upsets join BLM “protests” and democratic led presidential, women and science marches as media acceptable large gatherings not fit for the “superspreader” event term or if they’ll fall into the MAGA / sturgis categories
     
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  12. Leonardfan

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    @Claimjumper I was thinking the exact same thing when I saw them rush the field.
     
  13. TwentyTwo

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    Yep...crazy crowd up in South Bend!
    Already said post above ...frustrating not to see Garret Groshek vs. Zander Horvath! What (injury) happened to Max Borghi?

    Kyle Trask ( Florida) 474 yards passing & 4 TD's
    Brady White (Memphis) 437 yards passing & 4 TD's
    Carson Strong (Nevada) 411 yards passing & 3 TD's
    Kaden Slovis (USC) 381 yards passing & 2 TD's
    Zach Wilson (BYU) 359 yards & 2 TD's + TD Rushing
    Shane Buechele (SMU) 355 yards & 4 TD's
    Holton Ahlers (E.Carolina) 351 yards & 3 TD's
    Levi Williams (Wyoming) 321 yards + TD Rushing
    Ian Book (Notre Dame) 310 yards & TD + 68 yards rushing
    Sam Noyer (Colorado) 254 Yards passing + 64 yards rushing & TD ...former DB made solid 1st career start

    Max Duggan (TCU) 154 Yards rushing! & 3 TD's + 73 yards passing
    Max Gilliam (UNLV) 139 yards rushing & TD + 160 passing & TD
    Will Howard (K St) 125 yards rushing & TD + 143 passing & TD
    Tyler Slough (Oregon) 85 yards rushing & TD + 227 Yards passing & TD's

    Lincoln Pare (Ark St) 115 yards rushing on 22 carries + 2 rec for 12 yds..just a Freshman////Ryan Graham 2 carries 9 yds
    Mike Epstein (Illinois) 108 yards rushing on 11 carries
    https://www.news-gazette.com/sports...cle_5c25b6d8-c062-511c-a211-42f9c552c8c9.html
    Jake Funk (Maryland) 80 yards rushing 16 carries & TD
    Tyler Lavine (SMU) 49 yards on 8 carries & TD
    Harry Trotter (K St) 43 yards 9 carries
    Zach Kahn (Miami OH) 42 yards on 9 carries & 2 TD's
    Tucker Gregg (Ga.St) 35 yards 7 carries
    Cooper Lutz (Syracuse) 2 carries for 3 yards + 3 rec for 35 yds

    Blake Proehl (E Carolina) 13 receptions 182 yards receiving & 2 TD's! ////Tyler Snead 5 - 46 + 1 carry 17 yds
    Jack Sorenson (Miami OH) 7 Rec for 139 yards
    Ayden Eberhart (Wyoming) 7 - 132
    Gunner Romney (BYU) 6 - 133 //// Dax Milne 3 - 99
    Tyler Paige (SMU) 9 - 131 - 2 TD's
    Dillon Stoner (Ok St) 7 - 62 ...QB Threw for only 108
    Luke Grimm (Kansas) 4 - 61 + 2 carries 12 yds
    Jake Smith (Texas ) 3 - 59 - TD
    Kyle Phillips (UCLA) 3 - 46

    TE's
    Trey McBride (Colorado St) 5 - 90 - 2 TD's
    Will Mallory (Miami) 6 - 78 & TD
    Brady Russell (Colorado) 5 - 77 & TD
    Austin Stogner (Oklahoma) 3 - 75 & TD
    Michael Mayer (Notre Dame) 5 - 67 ....Freshman aka Baby Gronk
     
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    Thanks TwentyTwo. Sharp pick up by including freshman WR Luke Grimm. Looks like a keeper for Kansas and who doesn't like Charley Hustle plays like his when he ran down and stripped the ball from the guy who intercepted the ball ?

    A lot of impressive defensive performances like new Nebraska star LB Luke Reimer. Both Snow Patrols from Northwestern and Arkansas had a message for their losing opponents: "Not Happening." Thanks for nothing Dan Orlovsky who went the entire game without one nice word about stud CB Riley Moss. What a weasel head.

    As mentioned above Iowa State LB Mike Rose sealed the game with an interception. The junior has been terrific all year. And WR Landon Akers who was noted on the broadcast for being one of their fastest players not only blocked a late punt but recovered it. Kansas State foolishly lost their game but it is official DE Wyatt Hubert is one quick beast.

    Jack Lamb is a sophomore back up LB for ND ( I watched the whole game but those video reviews were deadly near the end--they have to do something about that) but I've never seen a guy make so many special teams tackles. In that game Nolan Turner must have had cramps because he was in an out towards the end and Clemson paid the price without him out there. Nolan made a bad error early but also had a sensational one on one end zone breakup. Looks like a pro to me but we know the drill. Will know if NFL is serious if he gets invited to the combine?

    I haven't seen McBride yet but hearing good things. But Stogner, Mallory and Mayer are stud muffins. And just think the class of 2021 has a bunch of tremendous tight ends coming in too.

    Two other guys who deserve a mention. TCU QB Max Duggan ran wild with a 19-154-3 stat line as they throttled hapless caste filled Texas Tech.

    And what can you say about PR/WR junior transfer Charlie Jones of Iowa? Two carries for 38 yards and 5 punt returns for 105 yards which included a long TD run back. He not only looked fast but showed great change of direction skills. I know one of their receivers was out but they would be stupid not to have Jones return all the punts now and work him into the offense. Niko Ragaini is their slot man and he is quick too.
     
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  15. Freethinker

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    Looks like another good week for our guys. I appreciate everyone who posts the college football updates. I haven’t really watched in a few years so everything I know is from you gentlemen.
     
  16. Shadowlight

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    The media reports aren't happy with the stalls and delays at the end of the Clemson/ND would be thriller. I was tired and ready to hit the sack but the greater part of the last hour or so of the game featured referees essentially looking at their dicks. One long stinking video review after another to the point of who gives a shite anymore.

    My thinking is this. If a call on the field is egregious looking then fine head for the video booth. Otherwise just move on for God's sake. To be honest I couldn't tell if the refs got it right after they reversed calls anyway. Navel gazing up the ass. Now ND did get screwed on a interference call late that was called but somehow the Clemson HC scared them into reversing it.

    That said enough already with the technology fetish. This holds for all sports. We are getting to the point where each and every play will be under review. The idea is to play the game. Not watch a bunch of silly referees poring over video reviews like letches ogling a porn flick.
     
  17. wile

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    College ball is a better product, especially in the beer flu era. I watched 1 and 1/2 games yesterday and the visuals and the game calling were better than what I have seen or heard from the NFL. The stadiums are usually not the billion dollar boondoggles sitting empty or 1/10 full and the TV producers have enough sense to close the view down to the actual game where even the motor mouths in the booth kept it to the game.

    Plus depending on the school actual white men are allowed to play even verboten positions. I've not been shy about saying any of this publicly or thru social media.
     
  18. Leonardfan

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    @wile what's your twitter handle? I want to follow you.
     
  19. Leonardfan

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    @Shadowlight can you remind me of the FCS WR you have been touting as a prospective draft prospect? Gonna send a message the senior bowl's way about him and ask why another FCS WR got an invite but he did not.
     
  20. Don Wassall

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    I notice with the stats 22 compiled above, that White runners and receivers very often have really good averages as far as rushing yards per carry and yards per reception. And not just this week but every week. And yet almost none will get a sniff at the NFL.
     
  21. Shadowlight

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    I guess it is worth mentioning Chattanooga's Bryce Nunnelly. The big problem is they only played one game this season and he didn't do much. But he has a good track record. The Senior Bowl would seem to me a stretch. The East-West Shrine game ( if they are planning on playing it) would appear a more realistic avenue. Mason Kinsey played in the Shrine game last year and he was from a smaller school than Nunnelly. Ben Ratzlaff from Houston Baptist is perhaps another possibility.

    It is too bad the Ivy League hasn't played. And they have never officially mentioned a spring schedule. And I don't anticipate an announcement on that anytime soon either. But I imagine a couple of Ivy League receivers would be in the mix too. Not to mention RB Zane Dudek.
     
  22. Leonardfan

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    Thanks. Don't worry - the Senior Bowl invited a black South Dakota State WR - he has not played this year either. I am going to look up Nunnelly's stats now to see how they compare.
     
  23. Leonardfan

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    Damn, BYU only has two games left. I was thinking they somehow managed to get in a full 12. Milne has an outside shot at 1K yards receiving but I don't think Romney will hit that mark - too much time lost due to injury.
     
  24. white lightning

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    If Dax Milne makes 1000 yards in 10 games that would be epic. It's alot easier in a 12 game season and even then you have to be so consistant. Milne is a big time receiver. The kid can do it all. That being said Romney might be even better than
    Milne. It's great to see both of these guys torch the corners and safeties all around the country on a weekly basis. They both are amazing to watch!
     
  25. Leonardfan

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    Wilson also seems to be on his way to the consensus #3 QB in the draft. He has thankfully passed the overrated FCS quotaback. It will be interesting to see if he stays for one more year or declares.
     

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