Caste Matchups Week Eleven

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  1. Highlander

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    K-State pulls out a brutally-tough 4OT win against Texas A&M, 53-50.

    Colin Klein goes over 100 yards again with 35 rushes for 102 yards and 4TDs. He was also 17/27 for 282 yards passing and 1TD (with 1INT).

    Swope led all A&M receivers with 9 rec for 58 yards and a TD.
     
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    I can't see how Boise St would have been invited to the national championship game even had they gone undefeated, but had they stayed undefeated they might have had a bowl game against Alabama which would have been great to see. A very tough loss. If Stanford doesn't come from behind, it will make for a very tough day for us, especially with Oklahoma St rolling along.
     
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    With Stanford and Boise both losing....its been a tough day for us.....looks like the BCS NC game will be a replay of LSU/Bama.....:cry:
     
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    Hopefully LSU/BAMA both lose one of their next games or the SEC Championship game and OK St wins out.

    Hunter Lee ran for 127 yds over Ole Miss :high5:
     
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    --Good win for TCU and their Whitening d-line.

    --Several more lopsided PAC-12 games.. What a joke of a conference!

    --I repeat, I can't hate LSU for being one of the few teams that can defeat skinny-legged Oregon.. :wink: After Stanford struggled against USC, this loss was predictable. Andrew Luck's throwing-motion is AWFUL. For whatever reason, the MSM has overrated him. Can anyone deny that he looked jittery? Brandon Weeden has to be the Heisman leader now.

    --PITT winning at Louisville was very nice. Purdue over Ohio State as well.

    --What has happened to SMU.. losing to Navy?
     
  6. Leonardfan

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    I have to disagree on Andrew Luck. I think his throwing motion is fine. I watched that game and the thing that really stuck out to me was the fact the Stanford WRs and TEs couldn't keep their footing. It is beyond me as to why they decided not to change cleats. Oregon was also able to pressure Luck all night. I am hoping USC can stop Oregon next week. Barkley should have a better shot vs Oregon.
     
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    Luck threw some nice tight passes, but I saw several throws where his throwing-motion was (painfully) elongated and his arm looked almost "dead." At his age, he should have more velocity than Carson Palmer and Philip Rivers..
     
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    The announcers referred to Wright as a "closing tailback".If Wright was a closing tailback then he would've kept TWO arms around the ball when he took his last carry. I still can't believe how loosely he was carrying the ball on that play. With two minutes remaning POSESSION is more important then yardage.What a Goat!
     
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    There were a bunch of bad results yesterday, the Stanford and Boise St being the most obvious. Also, Wake Forrest blowing a big 4th quarter lead also stands out. Clemson makes me sick.

    However, there was one game that really brought a smile to my face: Louisiana Tech crushing the Black Bears of New Miss 27-7. I wonder how the DWFs of New Miss felt watching a White man, Hunter Lee, run all over their athletic, chocolate defense? I wonder how it felt to lose to a WAC team and as a result drop to 2-8? I wonder if they will consider recruiting some "white boys" in Oxford? Nah, wouldn't want to seem like a racist program.
     
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    Hated to see Boise and Stanford go down, but I believe LSU and/or Alabama will lose again. There were some nice performances by White players running the ball this week, both at QB and RB. Now there are 4 Whites in the top 25 in rushing in the FBS and 1 in the top 5! I was especially pleased to see Louisiana Tech RB Hunter Lee destroy the affletic New Miss defense! The announcers repeatedly talked about how he was a walk on and how the recruiting process misses out on a lot of talent and that "it isn't an exact science." Chris Doering (a record setting White walk-on WR at Florida) talked up Lee several times as he repeatedly gashed the black Conformist front. It was fitting that the almost universally despised Conformist mascot, the negro bear, was conducting its sideline minstrel show while wearing a cardboard box on its head. They really do need a transformation from the inside out in Oxford, but I highly doubt it ever happens. The problems run too deep for a subsoiler to hit.

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    After having ankle surgery, Zach Collaros will miss Cincinnati's last 3 regular season games.
     
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    It was nice to see Beau Blankinship have a breakout game against Central Michigan. 25 carries for 129 yards 5.2 avg and 2 tds.
     
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    What jack@$$try with the New Miss Conformists & that goofy black bear. That's hilarious they were roundhoused by LaTech!
     
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    Almost forgot about that great effort. With Blankenship, Line, Burkhead, Lee, Harnish, Proctor and Klein all running for over 100 yards we had some good individual efforts. Makes up for some of the final scores.
     
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    Having 7 FBS Whites running for over 100 yards in the same week is pretty amazing! I'm glad to know about the others who did it, as I haven't been able to keep up with everything as much this season.
     
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    Chandler Harnish and Northern Illinois are playing Ball State right now, the game is on ESPNU, which, unfortunately, the dump hotel I'm staying in tonight does not carry.:cry:

    So if anyone can tune in and contribute a comment or two, that would be great!
     
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    I haven't been watching much of it, but Harnish started off slow, as did his whole team. They are down by 3 in the 3rd and Harnish has been able to turn it on for a 49 yard TD run and a total of 18 runs for 93 yards and the TD thus far. He's also 15 for 20 passing right now. Nice to see White receivers catching a decent amount of balls in this game. Awesome fake punt 68 yard run by Scott Kovanda on a 4th and 5!
     
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    Harnish is now over 100 yards rushing on the night! One game in and we have one 100 yard rusher!
     
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    Harnish finishes with 25/35 for 331 yards and 2tds passing and 28 carries for 181 yards 6.5 avg rushing and 1 td
     

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