2019 College Football Week 2

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  1. Shadowlight

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    This looks to be a big weekend. Several top teams going against each other. I like nothing better than to watch wall to wall college football on Saturday's sucking down a few beers in the process.

    Since Comcast and the ACC network haven't reached a deal this will be my first chance to watch Wake Forest and RB Cade Carney tonight against Rice who I believe features a white CB in Andrew Bird.

    Also first glimpse at Clemson who will be up against Texas A &M who they struggled with last season. But this game is at Clemson. Can't wait to see the great S tandem of Muse and Turner disrupt things. A& M is very caste. Oddly they have a lot of white players buried below the two deep and a lot of them play taboo positions. But what difference does it make if they never see the field?

    Auburn's speedy WR Will Hastings was banged up and missed the second half last week. I wondered where he was. But he will be ready to go against Tulane on ESPN2 Saturday night.

    Perhaps I am most looking forward to seeing Texas WR freshman Jake Smith as they go up against LSU in a huge matchup. Too bad these teams are caste laden but Texas QB Ehlinger described Smith's speed and quickness as off the charts. My understanding is Texas lost a key RB to injury and they are short on depth. Don't be surprised if they don't put in some run packages for Smith. Prime time night game on ABC at Texas.

    BYU plays at Tennessee at night too and that will be on ESPN.

    As usual I will be feasting on a lot of early Big Ten games with Iowa, Ohio State and Michigan who plays Army. QB Shea Patterson has dynamic talent. I love watching him play.

    Downer department.? The Pac 12. Most all the teams are too caste for me. Nothing of interest in general. Which in my case is no great loss since some games come on way too late. However RB Max Borghi of Washington State is must watch TV.
     
  2. Shadowlight

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    One other thing. Remember when caste Missouri staged those showy black protests during a game and off the field in 2015? I am happy to announce that in 2016 their attendance fell a whopping 20% and has been on the slide ever since. I believe Footballdad had mentioned a while back the white students exiting the school after those incidents. And now there aren't enough of them to blindly cheer on their caste riddled teams.

    Good. Like most black "protests" it was an ugly power play and the university is still paying a high price for these incidents. I hope a lesson has been learned. Let black activists take over a campus expect a long trek on the road to ruin.
     
  3. rockybleier

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    I’m out all night and come home to watch the Wake/Rice game....Thinking Carney could go off.....,Undisclosed illness and out for the game...What a disappointment....I turned the game off after the backup running back gained 12 yards on the first play....
     
  4. Shadowlight

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    At the beginning of the game they said RB Cade Carney, who was on the sidelines without pads, was out due to an undisclosed injury. Maybe it is my imagination? But it seems to me that term is exclusively used for white players. Why the hell is it undislosed? What does that mean.? What is the big secret?

    By the way Wake couldn't run the ball all night until this freshman got lucky and ran 90 yards or so for a TD towards the end of the game thus padding his stats and making it seem they didn't miss having Carney out there for anyone browsing the box score.

    Rice CB Andrew Bird played the whole game and got burnt several times albeit he was in position on each play.Wake's big WRs got lucky on a few of those catches.

    Rice JC transfer WR Brad Rozner finished up with a 6-103 stat line and WR Austin Trammell had a 6-67-1 stat line. His TD was nifty as he out maneuvered several Wake defenders. The starting Rice QB had to be carted off due to a head shot from a Wake defender.

    During the broadcast they mentioned Wake Forest safety hybrid Luke Masterson as a pro prospect. I agree. He looked fast and decisive out there.
     
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    I watched some of this game also but turned it off when Rice fell way behind. It was good to see Tom Stewart playing QB and he had a rushing TD, and Rozner and Allan Trammell were catching some passes. Watched Boise State against Marshall for a bit and Boise had a white QB, but other than that it was basically a coal fest and totally unappealing.
     
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  6. rockybleier

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    Slomka back for Army
    Horvath not getting many carries for Purdue...
     
  7. rockybleier

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    Keeping an eye on Maryland because there’s been a Jake Funk revival (two blowouts in a row).....I’m leaving the house and wanted to check in for a quick second....Funk just ran it three times in a row for 92 yards and a TD......Pretty nice.....
     
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    Upset alert: Michigan/Army tied at 14 with 2 seconds. Army misses the winning field goal from Michigan’s 33. On to overtime!
     
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    He played great in garbage time last week too... put this man in the game plan!!!
     
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    Army’s affrolete QB fumbles the game away in OT. Michigan wins 17-14
     
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    Trevor Lawrence with a great scramble out of the pocket to throw a 30 yard TD pass! Really need him to beat A&Ms mulatto Kelly Monde and stay the Heisman front runner...........
     
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    This Clemson Defense flying all around the ball! DB's Tanner Muse big time hit & speed! & Nolan Turner flying all over the field! Chad Smith & Skalski at LBers! Rudolph at D-End ...have never seen this team this diverse in my lifetime! A friend txt me asking "does Clemson have two white Safeties?)

    Glad to see Jake Funk getting opportunities! Nice stat line 5 carries for 94 yards & TD ...Makes up a bit for Cade Carney a late scratch last night.
     
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    Clemson's Muse and Turner are both playing so well
     
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    Tanner Muse with a pick in the end zone.......this is a fun team to watch!
     
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    Muse INT (TD saving)! Hope he can be drafted before 100th pick...
     
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    I was happy to see Iowa win 30-0 but they are not as enjoyable to watch on offense as I'm used to.

    I have to say that it's a joke that they couldn't get Samson Evans even 1 carry of the ball. The kid was a high school qb who
    ran for over 6400 yards in high school. This is in Illinois with very tough competition. His two star rating means nothing as
    we know they don't take our guys seriously due to the countless false stereotypes. I really hope to see this kid at some point even
    if it's not this year. He has star potential can can be an everydown back or at least a starting rb at Iowa. He is that good!
     
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    You are going to have to give up on Samson Evans. They didn't even invite him to camp as the top 5 running backs.

    With that aside they are loaded with 2 deep talent on both sides of the ball. In the next 2-3 years when teams get even blacker Iowa will actually whiten up.
     
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    In 2 weeks Ben Glines for BC and Nate Cottrell for GT have combined for 3 touches for 4 yards... these guys are elite level athletes and have been given the shelf. It’s super unfortunate, these guys should be making plays left and right and so far they have not done a thing...
     
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    Joe Burrow with a monster game for LSU - 4TDs and almost 500 yds passing. Dark horse Heisman candidate for sure and can vastly improve his draft stock.

    Justin Herbert with a 5 td performance!

    I like this Slovis kid for USC as well. Seems to have more of an "it" factor than JT Daniels. Not much to get excited for when seeing Stanford on the field - the are more or less now a team where I will just root for the white players on the team.
     
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    When Glines filled in for Dillon last year, his numbers were similar....
    Bisharat, in Colorado....New coach, whitey gets pushed to the side...
    Cottrell, new position, no touches....
    Eury at Penn St, they keep bring in new guys that are automatically better and are hoisted up the depth chart.....
    Same with Jake Funk. Ourlads has him as a back up fullback.....He’s a tailback you sons of bitches.....A high level recruit reduced to garbage time....
    Samson Evans is still a freshman, but gets passed over by younger guys on Iowa’s dc...
    Horvath suffers game plan (WSU) issues....They threw the ball every play....Purdue couldn’t open one hole for the kid after the first quarter of last week....
    Borghi getting less than ten carries a game is sickening...
    Slade Bolden is someone I have forgot to check on, but off hand I can tell you he’d have a better chance of playing if he signed with Rice or Old Dominion....
    Groshek’s role I can’t complain about too much, but will he get a chance to start next year?
    Probably not. He’ll keep his third down back, 5 carries a game role.....
    Slomka for Army could’ve been a good 215 pound tailback, instead of bulking up to slam into the line every GD play....He’s a Pittsburgh kid and Pitt, Penn St, WVU, etc wants nothing to do with these types of young men (Zane Dudek another prime example)

    For the lurkers out there, it’s not about prejudice, there’s not one race in the history of humanity that doesn’t pull a little bit harder for their own kind, and that’s ok....Blacks rooted hard for Tiger, Obama and the Jefferson’s to win a TV award in 1977.....And that’s ok.....Some of us white guys are doing the same with sports in the 21st century.....Historically, black dads would tell their kids you have to work harder than the white man to get a job in the real world....Lots of truth to that....These days white kids can’t be as good, they have to be McCaffrey good, Bosa good or Watt good to make it..Kupp, Thielan and guys that are excellent athletes can’t get D1 scholarships, and that’s a pity........I’m rambling again, that’s enough.
     
  21. La France Blanche

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    No white starters allowed UTEP crushed 38-3 by Texas Tech

    No white starters allowed Tennessee loses again and is now 0-2 for the first time since 1988
     
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    Yes BYU pulling out some late magic downing the Vols was one of the few highlights of the week.

    I can't relax. The fears of having a lack of white WRs landscape is quickly coming to fruition already this season. And when there should be good news things went bad.

    I watched most of the Texas-LSU game and QB Burrow was tremendous. He is in the conversation as the first QB in the draft. QB Ehlinger played well too. But I missed Jake Smith's only catch which was a 20 yard TD. Both of these caste hyped defenses put up little resistance and black playmakers on both sides got to pad their stats. A very familiar pattern. The Texas D was aweful.

    Nebraska? Good God. You cannot lose that game.

    The one white WR who was killing it was Auburn's speedy WR Will Hastings. He had 5-75-1 stat line at halftime. Like last week there was an incident. These all black defenses don't care for players like Hastings. Last week a defender interfered Hastings after he was beaten but the penalty caused a head injury. Yesterday some ass wipe Tulane defender skulled him and was ejected. It was a deliberate nasty shot. Bastard should be suspended for half the season. Hastings wobbled off the field. He cleared early tests but I am not certain when he will return. Makes me angry as hell.

    We all knew when they "moved" GTs Nate Cottrell to WR his career was effectively over. GT looks to be going full caste as they try and erase any semblance of a white presence.

    Some white WRs had OK games and I am sure TwentyTwo will notate them.

    Safety play though might be picking up. I didn't see BC but apparently Mike Palmer is making his presence felt. Iowa plays Jack Koerner # 28 and he looked great. Expect nothing less from white Iowa defenders. Sadly Wisconsin's rising S Scott Nelson is out for the year.

    But as mentioned above the Stud Brothers S tandem at Clemson made fools out of hotshot caste A&M. Both Nolan Turner and Tanner Muse were fabulous. Turner missed an early tackle and that was the only mistake he made. He had one awesome play for a loss.

    Michigan play calling was so bad vs Army I though they would fire Harbaugh on the spot. They put in a new shotgun offense to open it up for Shea Patterson. What did they do yesterday? Handed the ball up the middle a thousand times for 2 yards a gain. No fullback and out of the shotgun? Not the formation to run countless up the gut plays. Not only that their slow play was exactly what Army thrives on. By the way the dumbass announcers who were doing the game neglected to point out that Michigan DE Hutchinson was the player who knocked the ball lose for the game winning play. Hutchinson looks like a top 10 draft pick in two years.

    There are still stellar white defenders out there ( 2 more sacks for Kenny Willekes) but I went to bed in a pissed off mood. A lot of the younger white WRs mentioned in the write ups are not seeing the field.
     
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    The season is still young so don't completely write it off sir when it comes to WRs!

    I took a look around some of the early heisman rankings and Burrow is still getting no respect. He had a huge game vs. a supposed great Texas defense but the buzz around him is minimal when compared to Tagiloaova or Hurts. At least Herbert had a big time game (he played well against Auburn too). Fromm has been steady - again UGA is not unleashing him on lesser compeition like Oklahoma and Alabama do to inflate their qb's stats.

    Freshman QBs Bo Nix and Sam Howell are playing well - great to see true freshman QBs come in and play well. Kedon Slovis (coached by Kurt Warner in high school) might be the next Darnold out there for USC - played a hell of a game in their thrashing of the aforementioned Stanford Cardinal. Somehow a Stanford CB is being touted as a first round draft pick even after their defense got shredded by the true freshman Slovis.

    Michigan is beyond pathetic though with their offensive playcalling - they have done nothing to build that offense around Patterson which looks like it may impact his draft stock. I have to wonder if Haurbaugh's seat is getting hotter - he has not delivered since he came back to be the head coach. He has also forgotten his Stanford roots in terms of how he built a successful program (it looks like David Shaw is slowly letting the wheels come off at Stanford now as well).
     
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    Tough losing Free Safety Scott Nelson
    (Wisconsin) for the year. DC Jim Leonhard is high on him though so he should be in the mix once healthy in 2020.
    Collin Wilder should benefit from his absence. He already has an INT on the season and a few tackles. Badgers are also looking to lock up highly rated, in-state stud Hunter Wohler for 2021 class. 6'2 180lb Safety with range.
     
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    Crap! Missed DB Scott Nelson(Wisconsin) being OUT for the year! Legit shot to be solid Pro one day!

    One of the Nations Top DB's Reed Blankenship (Middle Tennessee) had 2 INTS
    Cal LB Evan Weaver wearing # 89 is simply a monster 14 tackles + 4 assist! Win vs. Washington some late night football

    QB Joe Burrow with a epic 31 for 39 ....471 yard passing performance( 4 TD's) on the Road vs Top 10 Texas ...Sam Ehlinger answered w 401 yards & 4 TD's + 60 yards rushing & TD! Nice concentration by true Fr. WR Jake Smith on 20 yard TD catch! Neither team allowed a white defensive player on the field the entire game.

    Sucks to see Ben Glines(Boston College) & Nate Cottrell (Ga.Tech) being wasted too

    Ryan Graham (Ark.St.) 103 yards rushing! on 12 carries & TD
    Jake Funk (Mayland) 94 yards on 5 carries & TD
    Connor Smolka (Army ) 92 yards on 29 carries vs. # 7 Michigan
    Josh Foley(N.M. St) 51 yards on 7 carries
    Zach Kahn (Miami OH) 49 yards on 8 carries & TD
    Garrett Groshek (Wisconsin) 36 yards on 7 carries & TD
    Max Borghi (Wash St.) 34 yards on 7 carries & 2 TD's + 3 rec for 17 yds & TD
    Harry Trotter (K-St.) 22 yards on 9 carries & TD
    Zander Horvath (Purdue) 15 yards on 8 carries
    Cade Carney (WF) DNP...Late scratch ; hopefully not too serious

    Dustin Burkhart (Akron) 8 receptions for 217 yards! THANKS Leonardfan
    Riley Miller (Ball State) 116 yards on 6 receptions & 2 TD's
    Brad Rozner (Rice) 103 yards on 6 receptions(mentioned by Shadowlight) //// Austin Trammel... 67 yds on 6 rec & TD ; Kick Returner ; Leader does Back flips during Pre-Game
    Hutch White ( Texas St.) 96 yards receiving on 10 receptions
    Alec Pierce (Cincinnati) 93 yards on 4 rec
    Will Hastings (Auburn ) 75 yards on 5 rec & nice TD! Glad to see him back healthy
    Bailey Gaither (San Jose St.) 68 yards on 5 rec
    Griffin Hebert (LaTech) 68 yards 3 rec & TD
    Dalton Rigdon (Tx.Tech) 66 yards on 4 rec & TD + 1 carry for 17 yards //// McLane Mannix 18 yards on 2 rec
    Britian Covey (Utah) 24 yards on 2 rec + 1 carry for 9 yds

    TE 's Jacob Breeland (Oregon) 112 yards rec on 4 rec & TD / DB can't catch him
    P Freiermuth (Penn St) 99 yards 8 rec & 2 TD's
    Colby Parkinson(Stanford) 89 yards 7 rec
    Josh Pederson (UL-Monroe) 85 yards on 6 rec & TD vs. Florida St.

    Elijah Sindelar (Purdue) 509 yards passing & 5 TD's + TD Rushing vs. Vanderbilt
    Drew Plitt (Ball St.) 435 yards passing & 6 TD's
    Gresh Jensen (Texas St) 394 yards passing & TD
    Riley Neal (Vanderbilt) 378 yards & 2 TD's
    Kedon Slovis (USC) 377 yards & 3 TD's ...mentioned by Leonardfan
    Asher O'Hara (Middle Tenn) 367 yards passing & 4 TD's + 103 yards rushing! on 11 carries
    Collin Hill (Colo.St.) 367 yards & 4 TD's
    Jack Coan (Wisconsin) 363 yards passing & 3 TD's
    Tommy DeVito (Syracuse) 330 yards & 3 TD's
    Brian Lewerke (Mich St) 314 yards & 3 TD's
    Justin Hebert (Oregon) 310 yards & 5 TD's


    ===FCS====
    Josh Davis (Weber St.) 129 yards rushing on 14 carries & 2 TD's + 5 rec for 35 yds receiving
    Brad Sznajder (Butler) 114 yards on 21 carries & TD + 5 rec 14 yds
    Troy Andersen (Montana St) 102 yards rushing on just 6 carries & TD

    Tanner Conner (Idaho St.) 164 yards receiving on 9 receptions & 2 TD's ////Michael Dean 155 yds 8 rec & TD
    Tucker Cannon (Mercer) 144 yards receiving 7 rec & 2 TD's//// David Durden 22 yds on 4 rec
    JJ Koski (Cal Poly) 104 yards on 6 rec
    Bryce Nunnelly (Chattanooga) 87 yards 8 rec

    Feel Free to Add to the list
     
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