2007 White WRs and TEs

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  1. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Bowling Green receiver Corey Partridge played despite being injured today, and had 7 catches for 71 yards. he looks and plays a lot like Wayne Chrebet: he'smore quick than fast, is very tough, fearless over the middle, and has exceptional hands.
     
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    Staton Jobe a WR for Virginia caught a 26 yard TD today so you can add him to your list.
     
  3. Jimmy Chitwood

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    the two white tight ends for Virginia are now the leading receivers for the teamon the year. they both had good games today against Georgia Tech.


    Tom Santi had 5 catches for 90 yards, and Jonathan Stupar had 6 catches for 48 yards.


    redshirt freshman wide receiver Staton Jobe (who of course had to walk-on) has won a starting spot for the Cavaliers. his lone catch on the day went for26 yards and atouchdown.
     
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    Danny Amendola and Graham Harrel are really tearing it, Danny's got 14 catches for 232 and a TD and Graham is closing in to the 600 yards, got 5 TDs and no INT. I hope this one goes to overtime.
     
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    Danny Amendola is having a decent game.

    14 catches for 231 yards and a TD... [​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    beat you to it dude [​IMG]
     
  7. ToughJ.Riggins

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    I just have a feeling that Amendola is going to get snubbed by the NFL. He is only 5'11 and isn't a blazer. His scout.com profile had his 40 time at 4.55. You would think with the amazing year he is having and the success of Wes Welker who is even smaller and runs about the same 40 time that he might get a chance, but I am fearing the worst. I just think he is going to get the Mike Hass treatment. [​IMG]
     
  8. Colonel_Reb

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    Week 4 stats complete.
     
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    I know its really a shame that a stupid little 40 time overshadows great stats and production ON the field.
     
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    And 4.55 isn't all that slow..There are "plenty" of black guys "who start" in the NFL who run slower. Ernest Wilford is the slowest WR in the NFL, he ran a 4.79 at the NFL combine and a 4.76 Proday, that is "much slower" than Amendola. Amendola could be a star in the NFL if given a chance. [​IMG]
     
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    I hate to say it, but UGA's TE Chandler dropped/missed 4 other passes, so Coach Bobo had tried to use him more this week. I was glad to see underused WR Kris Durham get a big catch...he has good size (6'5) and hands...alotta potential/upside.
     
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    Tyler Grisham Clemson 11 for 100 and a TD
    Bryan Anderson Central Michigan 10 for 154 and 2 TDs
    Corey Mazza Harvard 6 for 138 and 2 TDs
    Trey Stross Iowa 5 for 69 and a TD
    Jordy Nelson Kansas State 10 for 135 and a TD
    Dicky Lyons Jr. Kentucky 3 for 31
    Lance Long Mississippi State 2 for 21
    Mike Ferriter Montana 7 for 92 and a TD
    Ryan Bagley Montana 26 yard TD catch
    Kole Heckendorf North Dakota State 2 for 39
    Eric Peterman Northwestern 9 for 141 and a TD
    Ross Lane Northwestern 4 for 44 and 2 TDs
    Tommy Henderson Rice 1 for 28
    Kevin Jurovich San Jose State 10 for 161 and a TD
    Austin Rogers Tennessee 5 for 61
    Nick Coon UAB 2 for 37
    Brian Hernandez Utah 3 for 52
    Derrek Richards Utah 5 for 78
    Bradon Godfrey Utah 6 for 78 and a TD
    Luke Swan Wisconsin 4 for 67
    Hoost Marsh Wyoming 4 for 87 and 2 TDs


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    Tripp Chandler Georgia 4 for 33 and a TD
    Derek Fine Kansas 4 for 38
    Jeron Mastrud Kansas State 3 for 38
    Jacob Tamme Kentucky 2 for 35 and a TD
    Gary Barnidge Louisville 8 for 93 and a TD
    Scott Kuhn Louisville 3 for 30
    Brett Russell Memphis 3 for 19
    Cody Slate Marshall 6 for 56 and a TD
    Robert Lane Ole Miss 2 for 10
    James Casey Rice 12 runs for 38 and a TD plus 2 catches for 16
    Matt Sims Utah 1 for 10
    Dallin Rogers Utah 2 for 17
    John Tereshinski Wake Forest 2 for 56
    Wade Betschart Wyoming 3 for 21
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    Tyler Grisham from Clemson is having a good game, 11 catches for 100 yards and 1 score.Edited by: backrow
     
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    draftdaddy linked a story about USD Toreros WR Wes Doyle receiving interest from NFL scouts.
     
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    Moved to next page.Edited by: Colonel_Reb
     
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    well kevin harris just got f**ked, he has been moved to his racially correct position of......you guessed it....FULLBACK! What a f**kin joke :(
     
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    This doesn't surprise me, but didn't you mean to post this in the white RB thread?
     
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    Relocated again.Edited by: Colonel_Reb
     
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    Col, Jurovich finished with 7 for 117 [​IMG]
     
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    O ye of little faith.
     
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    [​IMG] yup, that's me!
     
  22. Colonel_Reb

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    No kidding! Dang dude!
     
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    Matt Root Air Force 1 for 35 and a TD
    Chris McGaha Arizona State 5 for 73 plus a 4 yard run
    Matt Allen BYU 1 for 12
    Austin Collie BYU 2 for 4
    Bryce Mahuika BYU 3 KR for 92
    Dusty Sprague Colorado 3 for 14
    Scotty McKnight Colorado 6 for 63
    Tyson DeVree Colorado 3 for 40
    Luke Roberts Colorado State 4 for 34
    Austin Knowlin Columbia 10 for 188 and 2 TDs
    Blake Smolen Grand Valley State 3 catches for 29 plus 4 runs for 21 and an 18 yard KR
    Corey Mazza Harvard 4 for 56
    Matt Luft Harvard 6 for 69
    Kyle Hudson Illinois 1 for 6
    Trey Stross Iowa 2 for 19
    Todd Blythe Iowa State 3 for 37
    Kerry Meier Kansas 2 for 20 plus 3 runs for 11 and a TD
    Jordy Nelson Kansas State 4 for 93
    Dicky Lyons Jr. Kentucky 6 for 49
    Ryan Bagley Montana 3 for 31
    Todd Peterson Nebraska 1 for 44
    Brock Stickler North Texas 6 for 68
    Eric Peterman Northwestern 12 for 114 and a 1 yard run
    Ross Lane Northwestern 9 for 108 and 2 TDs
    Robby Paris Notre Dame 4 for 94 and a TD
    Brian Hartline Ohio State 3 for 47 and a TD plus a 7 yard run and a school record 90 yard PR for a TD
    Dave Sanzenbacher Ohio State 2 for 20
    Braden Lepisto Penn 2 for 8 and a TD
    Jake Standeford Purdue 4 for 59
    Brett Swain San Diego State 4 for 48
    Kevin Jurovich San Jose State 7 for 117 and 2 TDs
    Zach Sledge Southern Methodist 3 for 31
    Evan Moore Stanford 3 for 31 and a TD
    Austin Rogers Tennessee 3 for 28
    Jordan Shipley Texas 3 for 71 and 2 TDs
    Danny Amendola Texas Tech 6 for 70 and a TD
    Grant Walker Texas Tech 1 for 10
    Ryan Wolfe UNLV 5 for 64
    Casey Flair UNLV 2 for 6
    Bradon Godfrey Utah 5 for 59
    Derrek Richards Utah 5 for 49 plus a 3 yard run
    Brian Hernandez Utah 3 for 47
    Jake Gaebler Western Kentucky 4 for 43
    Hoost Marsh Wyoming 3 for 21 and a 3 yard run



    TE
    Dennis Pitta BYU 7 for 96
    Andrew George BYU 1 for 15
    Bear Pascoe Fresno State 7 for 88
    Brandon Myers Iowa 3 for 38 and a TD
    Jeron Mastrud Kansas State 2 for 22
    Michael Pooschke Kansas State 1 for 6
    Jacob Tamme Kentucky 3 for 33 and a TD
    Richard Dickson LSU 4 for 33 and a TD
    Gary Barnidge Louisville 3 for 31
    Scott Kuhn Louisville 1 for 7
    Ian Jorgensen Massachusetts 1 for 13 and a TD
    Chase Coffman Missouri 9 for 102
    John Carlson Notre Dame 4 for 29
    Joe Jon Finley Oklahoma 2 for 11
    Mickey Shuler Penn State 2 for 21
    Vincent Chase Southern Methodist 1 for 4
    H-Back Eric Morris Texas Tech 3 catches for 42 and a TD plus a 3 yard run
    Jonathan Stupar Virginia 3 for 23
    Tom Santi Virginia 1 for 8
    John Tereshinski Wake Forest 4 for 58
    Wade Betschart Wyoming 1 for 13Edited by: Colonel_Reb
     
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    Brian Hartline had a punt return for 90 yards and a TD [​IMG]
     
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    Listening to Kansas State's radio crew tonight, I couldn't help but notice the emphasis they put on getting their black RB 100 yards for the 5th time of the year, but no desire to throw one more time to Jordy Nelson for 7 yards so he could have another 100 yard game. Still, some impressive performances today. Good job men!
     

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