2019 College Football Week 11

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  1. Red raider

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    UNT WR Michael Lawrence is quietly having a good season, he had a 74 yard TD catch today.
     
  2. rockybleier

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    Borghi was 8-19...
    If Leach gets canned, it won’t hurt my feelings....

    WSU lost

    I just want them in some crappy bowl game so more of the world can see Max play...
    Even if it is less than ten carries...,
     
  3. rockybleier

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    I watched a bit of Montana St. today
    Troy Anderson is someone a lot of you know about.
    QB, RB, now starting LB

    Fun to watch...
    You can usually find their games on each week on directv (channel 680-699)
    They have 2 lunch pail running backs also.
    One is a senior one is a freshman or sophomore......
    Low key games, but good football.......
     
  4. Red raider

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    Chris Finke finally had a decent game. Only 49 yards receiving but he caught 2 touchdowns. He also had 51 punt return yards (a 46 yarder) to put him at 100 total yards for the game.
     
  5. Shadowlight

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    Leach strikes me as a weirdo. Ever watch his press conferences? His teams always falter badly at some point during a season.

    Speaking of morons an NC State return man for no reason ( when the game was out of reach with a few minutes left) decides to jump on a rolling punt with a bunch of Clemson players next to him. Clemson recovered. Come scrub time the head coach's son ( Will Swinney) was at WR and the defensive coach's son, a red shirt freshman LB ( Jake Venables) was making plays on defense.

    Early in the day I swear to you the first thing I thought of when Dalton Rigdon bolted for an 80 yard plus TD ( and he was sitting at a 2-100-1 stat line) was that I doubt he will get much of a chance to add to it. Happens to white wide receivers from Power Five conferences all the time. On the rare occasions they get off to a great start, unlike black wide receivers, you can pretty much take it to the bank that the white wide receiver won't get to pile on the big stats. I know his outburst pleased Red raider though. His final stat line was 3-106-1.

    As noted above what a game by East Carolina's Tyler Snead. He looked like a mini Wes Welker out there. His teammate Blake Proehl pitched in with a 4-51 stat line. Snead is just a red shirt freshman and Blake is only a sophomore so room for growth for both of them.

    Yale went nuts. As mentioned above Zane Dudek ( remember I said he had his mojo back a few weeks ago). Sure his rushing stats were amazing (21-216-1) but he also caught two passes for 78 yards. On that subject pro prospect (in my book) WR JP Shohfi had a 10-166-4 stat line. Reed Klubnik had a 2-87 stat line. And they have speed demon Joey Felton returning kicks. Last week Joey caught one pass for 38 yards. Who doesn't love Yale?

    Princeton however laid an egg against Dartmouth. Very disappointing game.

    Notre Dame's Chris Finke ( see above) is another WR who got off to a hot start only to stall with a 5-49-2 stat line. He did return two punts for a nifty 51 yards. His QB Ian Book ran the ball 12 times for 139 yards.

    Speaking of running QBs, Ole Miss QB John Rhys Plumlee ran it 12 times for 177 yards and two touchdowns in a blowout. A ridiculous athlete.

    A part of me is pleased Penn State lost. Their head coach Franklin has an underlying caste philosophy that annoys me.

    Tanner Conner is a junior WR from Idaho State. He had a 7-130 stat line in a blowout loss. He has speed and is big at 6'3 and 225. Will the NFL look at him next season?

    TCU should have beaten Baylor. Garret Wallow is a rangy LB and he had 11 tackles. But new player alert. Sharing the team lead in tackles is sophomore Ben Wilson#18. Fast sleek looking athlete at 6'2" 220. Hopefully this is just the beginning for him. Wallow is a junior.

    Iowa State is staging a big comeback against Oklahoma? Can they climb the mountain? Why the hell were they going for two? No interference called?
     
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  6. Red raider

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    What’s most impressive about Tyler Sneads monster game is that his 3 TD’s were from 36, 47, and 57 yards. Without those he had 16 catches for 100 yards so it was mainly short stuff then big explosions for the touchdowns. I assume he will likely being seeing more touches after this game.
     
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    Idiotic playcall by Iowa State HC Matt Campbell. I think he's a good, fair coach, but he totally wet the bed with going for two. Cyclones pretty much owned the 4th quarter, I would have kicked the extra point and hope that my team grinded down OU enough to ensure an OT victory.
     
  8. Shadowlight

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    I agree. Under most all circumstances I am against going for two in those situations. Sheer stupidity on display here. And yes Oklahoma was gassed. Those pretty boys (underwear Olympic types who don't like to get their hands dirty) they have on defense were crumbling like cowards but Campbell decides to gift them a game anyway. Also there was a little time left on the clock so the greasy Oklahoma QB could have pulled it out even if Iowa State made the two. Oklahoma makes me ill.

    I watched a little of the Boise State - Wyoming game last night before I went to bed. Yes Wyoming had two white wide receivers each catch a dink and dunk (Eberhardt and Gentry) but this was mainly a caste affair.

    Despite that the two leading tackles in the game were white linebackers. Logan Wilson of Wyoming had 10 tackles, a sack and one TFL.
    Riley Whimpey of Boise State had12 tackles and two TFL.

    So here we have a team from Wyoming and a team from Idaho, both states that are whiter than white, and most of the rosters, especially the defenses and skill players were non white.

    I guess we here at CF are a stubborn lot. I guess we still don't understand that only blacks and other non whites can actually play football. So what can white people do then?

    Well there are water boys and the guys that hold the yard line sticks on the sidelines. Whites are good at that.

    Whites can be statisticians and fans that dress up and paint their faces and bodies to look like clowns.

    What else? How about on the field stuff? A few can play OL and whites almost always kick the ball. And some whites are good at playing Fetch on special teams. So it isn't as if there are no white players. Just fringe and anonymous types like a deep snapper. That has white written all over it.

    I think whites are especially tailor made to hold the wiring for head coaches. One has to be nimble and alert to handle that task. And dedicated.

    So there are a lot of things white people can do when it comes to football. Even if it is of a second class nature. But by all means the real players must not be white. Everyone should know that by now. Even the honky states have caught on.
     
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    That was a great sermon brother! And we here in the choir loft appreciate it very much! I’d like to add a footnote though....
    I’m not sure how it goes in other states but here in Texas year in and year out the teams that win state championships in football are all white or nearly all white teams. Austin Lake Travis, Austin Westlake, SouthLake Carrol, Dallas Highland Park etc etc
    And in the smaller schools many that win it all are pure white. Brock, Aledo (almost pure), Wellington, Gunther, Argyle etc etc

    But then I’ve noticed when the all state teams are selected they’re usually all black! It seems the only place that a white athlete can be free of the affirmative action back pressure is when his family loves him enough to do whatever it takes to raise him in a white school district.
    Matt Stafford and Baker Mayfield played on all white teams and state championships. They somehow survived going to college and being flung headlong into the black abyss.
    But many many other white boys with the same if not more talent languished on the scrap heap of forgotten high school victories and went on to become welders, bankers, construction workers, roughnecks etc and whose to say they’re not much better off in the long run...
     
  10. Shadowlight

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    Interesting points about the top high school teams in Texas being white. Hard for me to know that because when ESPN televises top high school games from around the country inevitably the teams are heavily black.

    Three head coaches that I predict won't be coaching their present teams in the near future meaning within a couple of years or so.

    P.J. Fleck just extended his terms at Minnesota but I suspect when one of the big boy teams like Notre Dame has an opening Fleck would be a front runner for the job.

    Lincoln Riley of Oklahoma has been rumored to bolt to the NFL and I would be surprised if that doesn't happen very soon.

    Ryan Day of Ohio State is (rightfully) being pursued by the NFL. I wouldn't be shocked that if Day was able to win the championship this season, his first as head coach, he might pack up his bags.
     
  11. Leonardfan

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    All was not lost yesterday Shadowlight! Joe Burrow proved all the doubters wrong (once again!) and is slowly getting his grip on the Heisman. Burrow is a great story and one for young white QBs to emulate. He is confident and has a swagger to him but does not have the over the top bravado of Mayfield (I do like Mayfield but he needs to tone down on some of his brashness). Once again a white QB defeats Saban and Tagilova in a big time game.
     
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    I don't watch a lot of ESPN but never heard one word about Tyler Sneed's great game.
     
  13. Red raider

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    Yep this is true, as a former Texas HS player almost all of the good teams we played were mostly white with 1 or 2 black guys who were usually the “stars” that were getting recruited. There are 3 mostly black teams that are regularly in the state championships but for the most part it’s teams of white - usually wealthy - kids who do not go on to play in college. Most of them give up football after HS and just go to college and join fraternities, a lot of them also end up going to play D2 or below and quit after a year or two to go to a bigger university and become a regular student. Maxx Crosby was the rare white kid from a white school in Texas to go through it all the way to the NFL with only 1 scholarship offer out of high school. If you look around at rosters of small Texas teams (Abilene Christian, Tarleton State, Hardin-Simmons, West Texas A&M) they all have the white guys who were stars in high school.

    Funny enough usually the teams we knew we were going to beat were all black and mexican teams from low-end areas.
     
  14. wile

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    If you ask me Tua has a hitch in his throws.
     
  15. Jimmy Chitwood

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    the theme of White teams dominating at the high school level before their White players are ignored by recruiters is repeated across the country.

    for additional evidence, please check out the
    Arkansas high school football thread. it thoroughly documents this pattern in my home state. at least, it did until i became too frustrated to continue researching and updating it, as the facts simply repeated every single year.
     
  16. TwentyTwo

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    Well said y'all...enjoyed the commentary Shadowlight....heck Laird comes to mind as after thought garbage time Walk-on; then WOW they actually gave him a chance.

    Jugular Joe Burrow (31 for 39 / 393 yards & 3 TD's ....nearly 100 yards rushing minus 5 Sacks; likely cemented his Trophy last Night going Nick Saban Defense has not given up that many points(46!) since his days at Michigan State 98'...Clyde Edwards -Helaire was electric too...gotta give him props..he & Joe are lethal.
    Justice Served is Burrow vs. his old Team (Ohio State) in Championship; Clemson is right there too with Trevor "Still Big Time" Lawrence; Alabama needs to stay out of 4 Team Playoff w weak schedule.

    Nice to see WR stats on the upward trend consecutive weeks led by Tyler Snead's Monster game! But RB stats were nearly non existent Week 11 ...
    Nice to see several Defensive players step up once again! LB Logan Wilson (Wyoming)had a Nice INT ; DB Tanner Muse(Clemson) was bringing the Heat AGAIN!

    WEEK 11 Recap
    Tyler Snead (East Carolina) 19 RECEPTIONS for 240 YARDS Receiving !! & 3 TD's //// Blake Proehl 4 - 51
    Hutch White (Texas St) 10 rec for 165 yards!
    Dalton Rigdon (Texas Tech) 3 rec for 106 yards & TD ((80))
    Michael Lawrence(N.Texas) 2 rec for 79 yards & TD
    Bailey Gathier (San Jose St) 4 rec for 74 yards & TD
    Dalton Schoen (K-St) 5 rec for 68 yards
    Riley Lees (NW) 8 Rec for 62 yards & TD
    Chris Finke (Notre Dame) 5 rec for 49 yards & 2 TD's
    Jack Sorenson (Miami OH) 3 rec for 44 yards & TD Catch of the Week!

    TE Pat Freiermuth (Penn St) 7 rec for 101 yards

    Houston Ahlers (E Carolina) 498 YARDS PASSING & 6 TD's!!
    Kaden Slovis (USC) 432 yards & 4 TDs
    Anthony Gordon (WAzzu) 407 yards & 2 TD's
    Joe Burrow(LSU) 393 Yards & 3 TD's + 64 yards rushing; several crucial 1st Downs!
    Tyler Vitt (Texas St) 373 yards & 3TD's + 42 yards rushing
    Brandon Peters (Illinois) 369 yards & 3 TD's
    Kyle Trask (Florida) 363 yards & 3 TD's + TD Rushing
    Austin Kendall (West Virginia) 355 yards
    Chris Reynolds (Charlotte) 354 yards & 2 TD's + 91 yards rushing
    Tanner Morgan (Minnesota) 339 yards & 3 TD's
    Kaleb Barker (Troy) 330 yards passing & 3 TD's
    Joey Yellen (Arizona St) 292 yards & 4 TD's
    Brock Purdy (Iowa St) 282 yards & 5 TD's + 55 yards rushing & TD
    Trevor Lawrence (Clemson) 276 yards & 3 TD's + 59 yards rushing & TD
    Brian Lewerke (Mich St) 251 yards & TD + 96 yards rushing & TD
    Ty Storey (W Kentucky) 213 yards & TD + 77 yards rushing & 2 TD's

    John Rhys Plumlee (Ole Miss) 12 carries for 177 yards RUSHING & 2 TD's + 124 yards passing
    Ian Book (Notre Dame) 12 carries 139 yards + 181 yards Passing & 4 TD's

    Cade Carney(Wake Forest) 10 carries for 46 yards + 1 rec for 4 yds
    Connor Smolka (Army) 9 carries for 42 yards & TD
    Zander Horvath (Purdue) 5 carries 24 yards + 1 rec for 21 yds
    Harry Trotter (K St) 4 carries for 21 yards
    Max Borghi (WAzzu) 8 cairres 19 yards + 8 receptions for 36 yards
    Josh Hokit (Fresno St) 8 carries 13 yards & TD + 1 rec for 15 yards
    Kade Remsberg (Air Force) ...Game ppd.

    FCS
    Zane Dudek (Yale) 21 carries for 216 YARDS RUSHING! & TD + 2 Receptions for 78 yards! That's What i'm Talking About!
    Jake Chisolm (Dayton) 16 carries 151 yards & TD
    Logan Jones (Montana St) 11 carries 122 yards & TD
    Josh Davis (Weber St) 2 carries for 34 yards ....INJURED?

    EJ Perry (Brown) 140 yards RUSHING & TD + 331 Yards Passing & 4 TD's....(Boston College transfer putting up Big Time stats!)
    Daniel Smith (Villanova) 14 carries for 105 yards rushing & 2 TD's + 235 yards passing
    Tommy Bryant (Kennesaw St) 27 carries for 105 yards rushing & 3 TD's + 91 yards passing & 2 TD's (Triple Option)

    Jake Dunniway (Sacramento St) 384 yards passing & 4 TD's
    Kurt Rawlings (Yale) 360 yards passing & 5 TD's!

    JP Shohfi (Yale) 10 receptions for 166 yards & 4 TD's //// Reed Klubnik 2 - 87
    Noah Wanzek (No.Dakota) 7 rec for 140 yards & TD
    Tanner Connor (Idaho St) 7 rec for 130 yards
    Ryan Skibinski (Dayton) 4 rec for 126 yards ////TE Adam Trautman 5 - 67

    Feel Free to Add to List ; sure i missed a few
     
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    San Diego’s Michael Bandy who led the FCS in receiving yards last year is having another fantastic year this year (59-960-11 in 9 games). I wonder if the NFL has any interest? Or does he need to be black to garner NFL interest as a premier FCS receiver?
     
  18. Shadowlight

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    The usual great recap from TwentyTwo!!

    I think Air Force is in negotiations with New Mexico to reschedule the game before the season ends?

    I did see Tanner Muse knock the snot out of an NC State player. A perfect crunching blow from one of the Stud Brothers.

    Small school WR Ryan Skibinski (see above) had his best game this season. So far through 8 games his stat line reads 38-655-7. He is close to 6'0" and of course I have never seen him play but reports detail his terrific 4.41 speed!

    There are those "Girls Gone Wild" DVDs and then there is the "White Guys Go Wild" team otherwise known as Yale. They racked up 627 yards on offense in their 59-35 thrashing of Brown. And most of those yards were by their white player/stars ( see above).
     
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    Thanks Jimmy Chitwood. It is like this as you say in all 50 states and some more than others I'm sure. This is THE main reason I despise College football except for cheering our individual brothers who might just eek out a chance to get in the National Felons League and be inspiring to young and upcoming Whites. I detest to the freaking core what these racist cuck recruiters do and have done to waaaaaay more deserving White HS players and scholarships are given to less deserving upsiders. I think it's Football Dad, Carolina Speed and possibly Dixie Destroyer who have actual personal stories of the overt anti-White racism against HS players who's crime was Whiteness, not skills and accomplishments on the field. Makes my blood boil.
     
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    Yep, the corrupt recruiting industry has to go.
     
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    Lane Sumner is a freshman back for Montana St that was a two time 100m state champion in Montana high schools......A great compliment to the senior Logan Jones....He had some nice runs Saturday.....Troy Anderson needs to be in the nfl somewhere.

    Lane Sumner
     
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    That hit reminded me of Jadeveon Clowney hit on a Michigan player several years ago. Muse hit was on the N.C. State QB.
     
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    South Carolina walk-on WR Trey Adkins got his first 2 career catches for 33 yards on Saturday. He was playing due to multiple injuries to the receivers ahead of him, he’s only a redshirt freshman. Maybe we will see more of him in the coming years?
     

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