College Football Conference Championships Week

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  1. Shadowlight

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    Not every game this week is a conference championship game. There are some make up games the most notable being Stanford at California. I believe it will be on the same time as the Alabama- Georgia game. I figure the Pac 12 game will be more palatable for us viewers here at caste.

    Oklahoma was selected 5th in the rankings one ahead of Ohio State. Georgia is at 4 but will likely plummet a bit with a loss to Alabama. So if I am correctly reading the tea leaves if Oklahoma beats Texas I don't see how Ohio State squeezes in?

    I find it hard to believe Texas will beat Oklahoma twice this season so if Alabama wins against Georgia Alabama will likely play Oklahoma although there is a rumor Oklahoma will jump Notre Dame which means Notre Dame would end up playing Alabama. I have no idea on that but it would be unfair to drop undefeated Notre Dame at this point. Then again maybe the committee members are relishing a caste fiesta final with Oklahoma and Alabama.

    I think Ohio State will beat Northwestern but don't expect a blowout. Northwestern is an old school tough gritty team (unlike many of those pansy outfits out of the Big 12) so expect them to put up a good fight.

    Now if Georgia beats Alabama expect both of those SEC teams to advance to the playoffs. That is even worse.They wouldn't dare leave off their beloved Alabama. Some are even saying if Georgia keeps it close they could squeeze in. How awful would that be? That would mean Georgia would play Alabama again in the semifinal playoff. Gag me for crying out loud. Get a clue committee members.

    Bad enough Oklahoma probably gets in so if things go accordingly Alabama would play Oklahoma in a caste fest extravaganza final.

    The big fly in the ointment is if Clemson ( my favorite among the remaining contenders) gets knocked off by Pittsburgh which is not impossible. But if Clemson wins as expected they will likely play Notre Dame in the other semifinal. If Clemson loses I have no clue what will happen but I figure they will shove in 2 SEC teams if that were to happen.

    Whatever way the cookie crumbles I only have two teams left to root for against the Alabama side of the bracket. Clemson but if they lose I would easily root for Notre Dame against the caste brigade of either Oklahoma, Alabama or Georgia.

    If Oklahoma loses and Ohio State wins the Buckeyes are still not assured a playoff spot. Depends on how Georgia looks against Alabama. Which is a crock of you know what but the SEC is seen as the pinnacle of achievement, not to mention a resting home for full bore caste.

    Anybody have a headache yet? Ha. Not the best arrangement that is for sure. At the end of the day I could live with either Clemson or Notre Dame winning the whole thing. Even Ohio State. I will be rooting against Alabama, Oklahoma and or Georgia all the way through.
     
  2. Deceptive Speed

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    The PAC-12 championship game is on rn with Utah vs Washington, and there's a big white presence on the field for both teams. For Utah emerging So. WR Britain Covey, and LB/S (plays a hybrid) Chase Hansen are key players with NFL futures.

    No. 11 Washington is loaded with white talent and it'd be nice to see them get this win! Diminutive So. RB Sean McGrew is getting more snaps each passing game, and gives their offense a big-play threat. On D Washington stars 3 future NFL players in S Taylor Rapp (white/asian mix still held back by the caste system), DT Greg Gaines, and LB Ben Burr-Kirven who took the NCAA by storm this season.
     
  3. Heretic

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    Fantastic comeback by NIU to beat black Buffalo, 30-29.
     
  4. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Covey injured his knee and is on the sideline on crutches. doesn’t look good.
     
  5. Leonardfan

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    I didn't even bother watching - glad to hear they came back! Didn't feel like hearing the announcers hype up the buffalo quotaback like all the draft sites are now.
     
  6. Leonardfan

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    Whittingham really knows how to recruit QBs! 3 ints from his upsider. In a sad state of affairs the PAC 12 South only has one team with a white starting QB - USC. Real pathetic stuff.
     
  7. wile

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    Thanks for nothing guys I thought all of the matchups last nite were caste fests and turned to something else.
     
  8. Shadowlight

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    Yes the Britain Covey knee injury was a bummer. Not sure how serious? Hopefully just a strain.

    Four or maybe five white NFL types stood out last night. All on the defensive side of the ball.

    Let me just say that black Utah QB might be the worst Division One QB I have watched all year. He is beyond terrible. Every time I have seen him play. Dreadful.

    For Utah the tag team LB duo of Chase Hansen and Cody Barton stifled the Washington offense which only managed three points. Their TD was a defensive score. Both of these rangy LBs have been top level all season long and while Hansen will be drafted earlier, Barton I would hope gets selected somewhere in the draft. Always around the ball.

    The NIU comeback was especially sweet since Buffalo is a caste team down the line except for one WR. Junior DE Josh Corcoran has really come on and chipped in with two key sacks in their big comeback.

    The legend of Edge Sutton Smith continues to grow. He had 10 tackles,2 sacks and 3 and a half tackles for losses. He has an incredible burst and made key plays throughout the second half. One sack late while the QB was scrambling around was fantastic as Smith bolted like lightening to take the hyped black QB down.

    Like Smith Washington's LB Burr-Kiven is undersized for his position but he is a sideline to sideline tackling machine. Even if teams don't think he can play every down he would be perfect for special teams so a team should realize he is a nice safety valve one way or the other.

    All of the above know how to pursue and tackle which is sadly becoming a lost art in football.
     
  9. Red raider

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    I had to check my eyes twice when I saw a white player on Oklahoma’s defense. Their LB Bolton got injured and they inserted Bryan Mead #38 as his replacement.
     
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    Walk-on, for sure. Fired DC Mike Stoops probably fell off his couch: “who the eff is that?!?”
     
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    Looks like Bolton just had cramps so Bryan Mead only got to play about 3 snaps. Bolton is a senior, maybe Mead could be a starter next season?
     
  12. Leonardfan

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    Don't forget Washington DT Greg Gaines. He's better than the over-hyped poly Tampa Bay drafted in the first round this year from Washington.
     
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    Iowa State barely escapes with a win against in-state Drake University, a very White football team, 27-24. I wonder how much better those players on Drake would be if they were given the same opportunity at ISU, with the improved facilities, coaching, strength and conditioning, and nutrition program.
     
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    Grant Calcaterra is very impressive, they call him a tight end but I’ve never seen him line up as one, he’s a slot receiver. He has 2 TD’s today, one nice one with one hand. I watched his highlights from the opening a couple years ago and he was usually the only white receiver. Like any white receiver above 200 pounds in high school he got moved to “tight end” when he’s actually a great receiver. I see the NFL in his future but he should be a WR as that’s what he excels at and doesn’t have the size or blocking experience to be a NFL tight end.
     
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    Oklahoma’s TE Calcaterra with his second TD of the game to seal the deal for the Sooners........a beautiful one handed grab
     
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    Hoping Ga. can knock Al. off their pedestal, at least for now. Fromm needs to play great, and we know why...
     
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    UCFs backup quotaback showing how valuable Milton is to his team.

    That being said, defense is optional for Memphis and UCF squads.
     
  18. BeyondFedUp

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    Looks like Al. will get all the calls today...No surprise. Tv revenues are a powerful (((force))).
     
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    Fromm throws a perfect TD pass for Georgia and the ***** receiver boobles and drops it.........
     
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    Fromm then throws to TE Nauta for the TD.......the only two Whires on Georgia’s offense
     
  21. BeyondFedUp

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    Isaac Nauta great catch for a td from Fromm!!
     
  22. BeyondFedUp

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    Fromm hasn't thrown a bad pass yet today. A couple of drops from his other receivers...
     
  23. Leonardfan

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    Haven't watched UGA but Fromm looks really good - as in 1st round NFL level good. He has been totally forgotten by the caste media in their hype of the quotabacks this year.
     
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    Tua is scheme
     
  25. Leonardfan

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    Tua is the beneficiary of a dominant offensive line - getting 5 plus seconds on most drop backs. I hope Jonah Williams commits at he should be a top 10 LT pick.
     

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