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Discussion in 'College Football' started by Heretic, Oct 9, 2017.
Oregon State cans Caste disciple head coach Gary Andersen. Good riddance.
They may get someone worse and move Nall to linebacker or fullback............
Saw this in the local rag today and it struck me as a microcosm of the Caste System and society in general -- Jews at the top, blacks at the bottom being artificially lifted up as much as possible along with other non-Whites to replace the ever-shrinking number of Whites in the middle. It would be interesting if someone can dig up the names of the owners and leading "analysts" for Rivals and Scouts.
Penn State got the second commitment to its 2019 recruiting class Thursday when Wayne, N.J., quarterback Ta'Quan Roberson tweeted his pledge to the Nittany Lions.
Roberson measures 6-feet, 190 pounds and and is rated a three-star prospect by Rivals.com. According to his profile on that site, he holds scholarship offers from several other power conference teams, including Virginia Tech and Kentucky as well as Big Ten foes Rutgers and Maryland.
Rivals analyst (((Adam Friedman))) thinks the QB is a good pickup for Penn State.
full article: http://www.post-gazette.com/sports/...19-class-taquan-roberson/stories/201710260213
Ta'Quan obviously lacks the size to play qb in the NFL and judging by his name he probably lacks the mental faculties too. That's the case with most college quotabacks, they actually don't have any upside. That's why it really grinds my gears that they keep getting recruited over White players who actually have upside and can play in the NFL one day. Why wouldn't you want the very best player possible leading your team? Obviously college teams can have lots of success with quotabacks just because of how dumbed down everything is for them and how much control the coaches have, but imagine how much better these teams would be with athletic white quarterbacks who can literally do everything the quotabacks do AND much more. If you put Manziel on any of those Urban Meyer OSU teams or Nick Saban Alabama teams they probably wouldn't lose a game.
Football Scoop reports that Florida has fired HC Jim McElwain.
Multiple outlets were reporting earlier on Sunday that McElwain was meeting with Florida officials. The end result appears to be his termination. This parting-of-ways stems from McElwain's unsubstantiated claims of death threats to players and family earlier this week. While the Gators made the SEC Championship Game in McElwain's first two years at the helm of the ship (2015, 2016), the team's offense has never truly come together on his watch. Florida has also seen a number of off-field transgressions from multiple players since McElwain took over. The Gainesville Sun's Robbie Andreu passes along that the team has been made aware of their coach's termination.
Good riddance, although wasn't he somewhat relatively "White-friendly" (for the SEC) with a few White recruits on defense a couple/few years ago or maybe that was Muschamp...LB Alex Anzalone and current starting DE Jordan Sherit...and a couple of others? The thing is, the next coach is going to recruit from the same pile of ghetto thugs that the previous ones had to, so it's not like things are really going to change down there.
How did that Malik Zaire transfer work out for him? lol While we are on the subject how did the Brandon Harris transfer work out for UNC and Fedora?
But yea Florida is a coal black cesspool like the rest of the schools in the south.
Yeah, good point about Zaire. That was completely unnecessary and actually reeked of virtue signaling.
Coaches and programs need to go back to doing their own scouting and recruiting analysis and forget about the (((professional))) sites. That way, players like Zaire can be avoided and "overlooked" gems like Iowa State Senior walk-on QB Kyle Kempt get the opportunity they deserve while the coach may be able to keep his job.
The College Football rankings are out - right now they are completely worthless as their are still 3-4 weeks left in the season but it looks like Wisconsin has been bypassed by two one loss teams - Notre Dame and Clemson. Wisconsin is not even in the top 6.
Ya complete BS. Theyre knocking Wisconsin for having a "weak schedule " it's not exactly a gauntlet but zero losses in power five conference should be enough said! They'll have to win out and win Big Ten Title against Ohio State or Penn State. Hopefully then it will be automatic playoff entry but it's sickening the lack of respect UW gets. Run game and defense are top notch and the passibg game has struggled at times but statistically is better than its been past few years . I mean they even had TCU who just lost to 2 loss Iowa St. Ahead of Bucky.
Four 1 loss teams are ahead of Wisconsin in the latest college football playoff rankings. The knock on Wisconsin is that they haven't beaten any ranked teams right? Well when last week's rankings came out Alabama hadn't beaten any teams currently ranked in the top 25 and that didn't stop them from being ranked number 2 did it. I would bet my life's savings that if Ohio State had played Wisconsin's schedule and were currently undefeated that they would be ranked no lower than #3 right now.
Well the badgers have Iowa and Michigan in the next two weeks, both in the AP top 25. If they can get two wins out of those there are no excuses for the committee not having them in the top 4.
I’m confident this badgers team to go unbeaten through the rest of the season and claim a spot in the final four.
Jim Mora fired lol
Sounds like Chip Kelly is going to go to Florida or UCLA. I wonder if his tenure in the NFL woke him up at all as he assembled a white friendly roster. It would be nice if that philosophy followed him back to the college ranks but I won't hold my breath.
After Mora got thrashed by Nebraska in a bowl game a few years ago, he kind of implied (if you read between the lines) that he would become more broad in his recruiting philosophy (read: consider certain White players). Since then, I noticed that he had thrown his hat in the ring for a quite a few White players and went out of his way to actually chase a couple. I think UCLA would've Whitened up a bit in a few years, but that's a mute point now.
At either place, Kelly might Whiten it up a bit; but then again, after his experience in Philly he may have "learned his lesson" if he does. The fact is though, is that if there were any "lessons to be learned" it would be to do what he did initially when he was at Philly when he had success, instead of kowtowing to the Caste media and darkening up his roster with a bunch of ungrateful thugs that eventually took him down. It'll be a fine line for him, either way, to tread. Maybe if he goes to Florida, he'll bring in former Gator WR, Riley Cooper, to coach the receivers .
Bielema canned at Arkansas!
Mike Riley officially fired from Nebraska!! I'm hoping for either Scott Frost, whom I truly believe knows the type of players he needs to win at Nebraska (having played for the Huskers and being from Nebraska) and would lighten up the team somewhat. As mentioned, the only concern I have would be Frost's recruiting of QBs. At the very least, I think he'll be getting his OL from the 500 mile radius around Lincoln, as well as getting those "under-recruited" in-state DL, TE, and LBs. I feel that Frost would have around 8-12 white starter teams at Nebraska. The other guy I would want there would be Washington's Chris Petersen, who's always been a very white-friendly coach at both Boise and Washington.
I think I posted something a while back about Riley being "excited" about Adidas renewing their contract with the program, indicating that they were a "progressive" company. Today, he pulls into the parking lot to meet with the AD (to be informed of his firing) in a Toyota Prius. I appreciate the Prius, and other cars like it, from the perspective of it being a very interesting engineering feat, but Riley probably does it because he believes in "Global Warming" and wanted to virtue signal to the (mostly) corn-fed conservative Nebraskans.
It could be that he really knew his X's and O's but only thought that black players could fill most of those X's and O's and thus elevated more undeserving black players over more qualified White players and then wondered why his sound schemes didn't work well. Don's link to that article on Ryan Nall where Riley recognized his talent but then "wondered where he was going to put him" is a prime example of his type of thinking.
I don't see Chris Petersen coming to Nebraska at all as he's got it pretty good at Washington and has adapted well to the Pac10. If it's not Frost, then I'm thinking it may either be Mike Leach, Bret Bielema, or Iowa State's Matt Campbell. Thankfully, TCU just extended head coach Gary Patterson's contract well into the 2020's (hard to believe I'm writing "2020's"), however Turner Gill still lurks out there...so does Les Miles, whose son now plays Fullback for Nebraska.
Chip Kelly is the new coach of UCLA.
Riley to Nebraska never made sense.
Frost recruited the white QB Milton to lead his attack and 11-0 season at UCF so if he goes to Nebraska it gives me a little hope that he won't just put quotabacks at the position.
Caste queer Todd Graham fired at ASU
USA Today's Dan Wolken reports that UCF HC Scott Frost has passed on Florida's open position.
Frost had reportedly been Florida's top target after the Gators backed off of Chip Kelly (now off to UCLA). Per Wolken, though, he went "back and forth on meeting with Florida this weekend" before ultimately deciding not to pursue the opportunity. Football Scoop is additionally reporting that Frost is now leaning toward returning to his alma mater at Nebraska. All of this could potentially open the gates for Mississippi State HC Dan Mullen to head to Gainesville. It's a fast-spinning coaching carousel in the early going, here.
Sounds like Frost is leaning towards returing to Nebraska. I know there are other posters like Jack Lambert who have much better knowledge of Nebraska football and Frost's relationship with his alma mater. After Haurbaugh going of the deep end and becoming a caste clown of sorts at Michigan rather than following the Stanford model I want to be cautiously optimistic about Frost if he returns to Nebraska.
I don't like any of the above choices but one. Matt Campbell from Iowa State is to me by far the best pick and fits the best. Campbell can spell the word defense. The others cannot. Leach is too damn weird. Thanks for the info Heretic.
I only thought of Leach because the new Nebraska AD was the AD of Washington State. At Bill Moos' press conference yesterday afternoon, he ruled out Leach, but had praise for both SEC coaches Kevin Sumlin and Dan Mullen. Ugh.
Mullen going to Florida so at least Nebraska dodges that bullet.
ESPN's Chris Low reports that Florida is finalizing a contract with Mississippi State HC Dan Mullen to serve in the same capacity.
Assuming this deal gets done, Mullen will be reunited with AD Scott Stricklin, who worked with the coach from 2010-2016 when he was serving in that capacity at Mississippi State. Since being hired by the Bulldogs in 2009, Mullen has worked out to a 69-46 record (33-39 in conference). While Chip Kelly or UCF's Scott Frost might be sexier names, we like this move for the Gators. Mullen has already found success with Mississippi State and will now have a far, far more stocked recruiting pool to fish from in the talent-rich state of Florida.
Now he gets all dem' upside affletes from Florida - just like his successors who had heavily black teams that stunk but the caste MO for probably the past 25 years is to hype up one state in country to have the most football talent in the country.
Have to wonder what is going to happen to great QB Nick Fitzgerald - will he declare after suffering that injury?
Kevin Sumlin now canned. He'll be picked up quickly by some virtue signaling program probably outside of a Power 5 conference or a Power 5 team with an inferiority complex to the SEC.