2015 College Football Season Week 2

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  1. Leonardfan

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    Herbstreit and the broadcasting team are doing there best to make excuses for Vernon Adams and Oregon's poor offensive performance by talking about Adams finger injury.
     
  2. Awake in America

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    In a just world, he would be hounded by the press with that quote to the point that he would recant and/or kill himself. What a complete ***. I haven't seen it mentioned anywhere other than here. I don't think Michigan's fans have the balls to throw it back in his face.
     
  3. Riggins44

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    On Saturday Boston College, which starts I think 13 Whites, beat Howard, which presumeably starts 22 affletes, by a score of 76-0. The score was 41-0 at the end of the first quarter. Now what really blew my mind was that the coaches of the two teams agreed to play 10 minute quarters in the second half. No doubt this fact isn't being mentioned on BSPN.

    Can anyone recall this happening before in Division 1 football? I haven't heard of it but maybe some of the more serious fans around here do. I mean, that is just pathetic. It's straight out of peewee league. And does anyone think for a second that if a majority black team was humiliating an all white team so badly that a mercy rule would have been implemented? Yeah right!

    Also, white friendly Bowling Green trounced black friendly Maryland 48-27 on Saturday in College Park no less. Bowling Green racked up 692 yards of total offense. Awesome result!
     
  4. Leonardfan

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    Pretty solid week for our teams.

    Stanford bounced back - Hogan played better but still has some work to do. I saw Joey Alfieri out there on defense. McAffrey got quite a few carries, his YPC needs to go up but he looked good catching the ball. Blake Martinez looked pretty dominant and had an INT.

    Penn St. played a little better although it looks like they lost LT Andrew Nelson for the season. Hackenberg didn't make any mistakes and hopefully re-established his confidence. His state line was not that impressive but hopefully he can build on this. Nassib has come out of nowhere to become a force early this season - hopefully both he and Zettel wreak havoc for the year to come.

    Iowa also looked pretty good. Beathard has looked really comfortable since assuming the stating position. He is a legitimate dual threat and will hopefully carry the Hawkeyes this season. VanDeberg had a great game as well. Drew Ott did leave the game with a wrist injury.

    Although not a huge caste match-up it was good to see Connor Cook and Michigan St. defeat Oregon with their much hyped transfer quotaback. Kirk Herbstreit was unbearable in his obvious homerism in making excuses for the quotaback and Oregon as a whole. Riley Bullough and Chris Frey both made some good plays for the Spartans at their respective LB spots. Cook looks like a legitimate top ten pick. I was a little down on him last week but he was very accurate and gets the ball out quickly. He is the best QB in the Big Ten.

    Tyler Matakevich is the best defensive player in college football right now. It's bittersweet he plays for Temple but he is absolutely dominant and is playing his way into the top rounds of the draft.
     
  5. Jimmy Chitwood

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    a very White North Dakota State team just keeps doing its thing, despite "suffering" from overachievers all over the place:

    [video=youtube;v0YJabKJpLA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=10&v=v0YJabKJpLA[/video]
     
  6. Jimmy Chitwood

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    a week after knocking off the Kansas Jayhawks, South Dakota State continued its blue collar overachieving ways, led by their super sophomores wide receiver Jake Wieneke, tailback Brady Mangerelli, and tight end Dallas Goedert.

    Mengarelli finished with 143 yards and 3 touchdowns on just 17 carries, Wieneke collected 11 catches for 205 yards and 2 touchdowns, and Goedert snagged 3 balls for 97 yards including a 77-yard touchdown catch-and-run.

    you can see the highlights here: http://www.gojacks.com/mediaPortal/player.dbml?id=4403491
     
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    I only WISH the QB controversy was over. Petrino is very stubborn and apparently is still in love with the quotaback, Michael Vick, that he first left us at Louisville for, but ironically never got to coach. The rumor is that, when Louisville plays Clemson on Thursday night, Petrino will still start one of his two black QB's, even though we have two much better, white QB's.

    To show everyone how ridiculous this, here are the college stats for each of the four QB's:

    Compltd/Attptd Pct. Pass Yds TD Int

    Will Gardner 6-6 220 Jr. 135/233 58% 1781 14 3
    Kyle Bolin 6-3 208 Soph. 55/96 58% 873 5 3

    Reggie Bonnafon 6-3 205 Soph. 69/133 52% 931 5 4
    Lamar Jackson 6-3 195 Fresh. 26/47 55% 268 1 3


    If you all want to see what nearly outright mutiny in a fan base looks like, come over to the University of Louisville football message board: http://www.scout.com/college/louisville/forums/2759-the-cardmarch

     
  8. TwentyTwo

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    Tailback Derrick Crain (UT-Chattanooga) has 169 yards rushing on 28 carries & 3 TD's; also a receiving TD

    Zach Langer (Tulsa) rushed for 139 yards on 33 carries & TD

    Christian McCaffrey rushed for 58 yards/59 yards rec & TD

    Nick Holley (Kent) had 68 yards rushing on 9 carries & 2 TD receptions

    TE Mickey Crum (Louisville) 6-103-1

    The blue-collar Jack Rabbits should have another great match-up with North Dakota State on Oct 3rd!
     
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    Brice Dolezal (no relation) had 83 yards on 17 carries for Texas A&M, including a 33 yard TD run. Also worth noting that these weren't garbage time carries.
     
  10. celticdb15

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    Wow pretty remarkable! Good for him.
     
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    Overrated Clemson barely survived Louisville last night. "Heisman candidate" Deshaun Watson had 190 yds 2tds and 2ints. LOL weak!

    Even better the Black Cardinals are 0-3 to start year Bolin did start but I could care less.
     
  12. Leonardfan

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    There is no rational way the overhyped Watson was ever a viable heisman prospect. So far all of the black qbs have been average to mediocre while white qbs seem to have enjoyed a resurgence in the college ranks.
     
  13. TwentyTwo

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    Redshirt freshman WR Hunter Renfrow (ex walk-on/go figure) did catch a 32 yard TD...
    TD at 38 seconds
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YtJz-xe-F8

    With OC coordinator Chad Morris leaving...Watson simply seems like a pedestrian QB...
     

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