2007-2008 more of the same?

Discussion in 'College Football Stars' started by mark b., Jan 7, 2007.

  1. mark b.

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    I really enjoyed reading about how well white players did in the 2006-2007 review. I just hope next year we will see white running backs have a better year, but I'm not to confident. Coaches and the media have invested so much time and energy creating the caste system I'm afraid it will take a player of mythical proportions to bust through, and even then I'm not sure they'll let it happen at the NFL level. If you have a really great white running back in the NFL what will the coaches and media do? The myth would be shattered and coaches and media personel would be exposed for what they really are. I hope I'm wrong, but you know the old saying "once bitten twice shy"
     
  2. C Darwin

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    Black Person Rule #27

    Never block for a white running back if the second string RB is black
     
  3. whiteCB

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    Black person Rule #44

    Never hustle. lol
     
  4. Colonel_Reb

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    We won't have a ton of guys to pick from next year, but keep your eyes open for new talent. There are bound to be a few guys who will get a shot somewhere. Names to remember for 2007-Jacob Hester at LSU, Kevin Harris at Wake Forest, Jared Hawkins at Vanderbilt, Chad Hall at Air Force, Toby Gerhart at Stanford, Luke Lippincott at Nevada, Jayson Bird at Idaho, Josiah Sears at Indiana, Justin Boyle at Duke, Mike Viti at Army, Owen Schmitt at West Virginia, AdamBallard and Greg Shinego at Navy,and last but certainly not least, the long awaited return of Kyle Bell at Colorado State.


    I just found out today that Mike Hague, BYU RB, is on a mission and thus will be gone for the next 2 seasons. That will give some other white backs a chance to start this year. I'll keep you posted.
     
  5. whiteCB

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    Also keep a close eye on Ohio st WR Brian Hartline. With the departures of Ted Ginn and Gonzo Hartline should be in line to start this season. He had an impressive year in limited playing time. Also Iowa WR Andy Brodell is another guy and one I feel will have a breakout year if the Hawkeyes can find a decent replacement for Drew Tate.
     
  6. Colonel_Reb

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    Yep, whiteCB, we do have a good number of returning WRs to watch out for. Seeing 1 or 2 white wideouts lined up on TV gives me one of the best feelings I get watching college football. I guess its because it is an anti-caste system image. Of course, I really feel good just seeing Air Force or BYU play because its always an anti-caste system statement.
     

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