I can understand the frustrations as I became upset as well with the games. The lack of white offensive skill players, noticeably wide receivers, is obvious. There is some young white WR talent on some of the rosters but we just don't know if they will emerge this season. Perhaps not. Although freshman Texas stud WR Jake Smith caught four passes in their win. But that Northwestern game was like a dental visit. It was so bad I fell asleep. But as mentioned above Auburn plays two WRs in shifts along with a young running QB. Who would have thought I would be rooting for an SEC team with no white defenders like Auburn but Oregon seemed even more caste. Both of those Oregon schools make me sick and between both teams there is only one player worth thinking about which of course is QB Herbert. Michigan QB Shea Patterson was incredible and so was QB Joe Burrow of toxic LSU. Patterson's stats would have been better but there were a few huge play passes that were outright dropped by WRs. Both are the kind of athletic white QBs that make the NFL media nervous. Ha. But overall even a lot of black skill players didn't have huge stats in what was a dull opening week. And there are still white defenders playing superb football. Michigan State's mean staples and David Woodward of Utah State to name a few bright spots. And as mentioned above two of the deep fried caste clubs Florida State and Tennessee went down in humiliating fashion.