White RBs 2008

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  1. Gi-15

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    Great to see there is hope for Jake Sharp!
     
  2. Colonel_Reb

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    Stats complete.
     
  3. Kaptain

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    I watched Jake yesterday and have to say that he is one of the best RBs in the country. This guy always seems to find the seams. This is the first time I've seen him and I can't figure out were the coach got the idea that he lacked vision. Probably just typical caste rhetoric.

    BTW, Kansas is now my favorite team to watch. A white RB and once again a dominant white reciever in Meyer (sp?), who leads the nation in receptions, along with a talented white quarterback. Great game to watch yesterday.
     
  4. Colonel_Reb

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    Right now, Toby Gerhart is 21st in rushing yardage in the FBS,while Eric Kettani is 27th, Derek Lawson is 43rd, Colin Mooney is 54th, Chase Clement is 86th, Jared Hawkins is 87th, Sam McGuffie is 90th, Dan LeFevour is 91st, Colt McCoy is 92nd, Jarod Bryant is 97th, Corey Leonard is 103rd, Chip Bowden is 116th, and Kyle Halderman is 120th. 10 whites in the top 100. Edited by: Colonel_Reb
     
  5. Keith Lincoln

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    I wanted to introduce
    myself . My screen name is in honor of a great white running back of
    the early AFL. I had the pleasure of seeing Keith Lincoln in action
    at Shea Stadium as a small child. Even though black running backs,
    dominated the AFL from it's inception, Keith Lincoln was a do it all
    runner. He had the size and strength to get tough yards inside. Add
    to that , quickness, breakaway speed and shiftiness, (known today as
    loose hips). When he was healthy he returned kickoffs for touchdowns,
    and dominated a game with his running. The Chargers were playing the
    Jets , the Chargers just needed a field goal to win with only a few
    minutes left. Everyone including the Jets knew who would have the
    ball on every play, Keith Lincoln. But he was too good to stop. He
    got at least 7 or 8 yards on every carry . The Jets who the following
    year won the Super bowl could not stop him. In the list of good white
    runners in Division IAA, I haven't seen David McCarty mentioned on
    recently posted lists. Here is some info including the NEC
    announcement of their 2007 second team all league running backs
    (both white):</font>
    Albany sophomore David
    McCarty (Gansevoort, NY/La Salle Institute)
    and Monmouth
    sophomore Dave Sinisi (Cedar Grove, NJ/Cedar Grove) are the
    two honorees. Although not as drastic as Butler's move to the other
    side of the ball, McCarty spent his first season at Albany as a
    receiver before moving to his current tailback spot where he rushed
    203 times for 1,369 yards and 11 touchdowns. The Albany sophomore led
    all rushers during NEC play with 973 yards on 126 carries, including
    his career-high 247-yard rushing performance during Albany's 49-14
    victory over CCSU that secured the NEC title for the Great Danes. </font>


    This season Albany,
    although using at most 30 football scholarships ,has taken on much
    stiffer opposition . McCarty has had to run behind an inferior
    offensive line as Albany's first four opponents use 60 full
    scholarships.</font> In 2008, so far his yards per carry
    has gone down but is still a decent 4.8. After 5 games he has 710
    yards on149 carries. Albany which
    is a NY State university plays in a "stadium" which is so
    pathetic, any HS in the south has a better home stadium. In this
    year's budget, money for a "new stadium" was cut out of the
    budget for , of course, the more important, new "Office of
    Diversity". This is also the reason Albany doesn't even have funds
    for 30 full scholarships as funds for women's field hockey , African
    Studies and other totally useless activities have priority. </font>

    Speaking of white running
    backs , I live in the hometown of the last white to rush for more
    than 100 yards in an NFL game :BL.
    </font>Col Reb : keep up the excellent work . I do want to let you know Doug Hogue of Syracuse is not white.
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    Edited by: Keith Lincoln
     
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    Thanks for the info about Hogue, Keith Lincoln and welcome to Caste Football! I had him confused with Paul Chiara. I do remember looking up stats on McCarty a couple of weeks ago. He and Sinisi are amazing!


    Speaking of the FCS, as of right now, Davis Sinisi is first in rushing yardage with 964 yards and 10 TDs on 162 carries![​IMG]


    David McCarty is 6th, Kyle Minnett is 19th, Phil Morelli is 31st, Tyler Roehl is 37th, Dane Romero is 52nd, Joe Trombetta is 54th, Chad Kackert is 57th, Stan Zwinggi is 78th, Pat Grace is 88th, Ross Wiemer is 109th, Ben Widmyer is 114, Chris Debowski is tied for 121st. 10 whites in the top 100, of course I may have missed a couple. Edited by: Colonel_Reb
     
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    Louisiana - Lafayette QB Michael Desormeaux is 12th also [​IMG]
     
  8. Don Wassall

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    Keith, How do you like my new avatar?


    I remember Keith Lincoln also from when I was a young child. I collected Topps and Philadelphia football cards and and was amazed at his statistics, especially his 1963 season when he averaged an amazing 6.5 yards per rush for the Chargers. He was also an excellent receiver who was always a threat to break off a big play.


    Unfortunately he was hit by the injury bug and had a short career, but there's no questionKeith Lincolnwas a tremendous running back from back in the day when talented white running backs were allowed to run the ball in the AFL and NFL.Edited by: Don Wassall
     
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    Don; very nice avatar;
    I picked Keith Lincoln, because he just stands out as having everything a coach wants in a running back. Maybe it was 1966 when I saw the Chargers at Shea Stadium. The Jets had great white receivers by 1968; especially Don Maynard. Many of the white skill players came from SEC or SWC teams which were all white and therefore gave the white skill position players their chance to show off and develop their skills,unlike today. Blacks had their colleges so no one can say the Keith Lincolns and Don Maynards didn't have to compete against blacks. All 3 Jet receivers of the late 1960s were from Texas, 2 from UT and Maynard from Texas Western (El Paso).
    The Jets who won the 1968 Super Bowl ; had only 2 blacks starters on offense (one lineman and Matt Snell). On Defense ,they had at least 8 whites starters including 2 defensive backs, all 3 linebackers, and 3 of 4 Defensive linemen. The Jets as late as 1980 had the "sack exchange" 4 white defensive linemen ,all starters and led the league in total team sacks, with Gastineau leading the league a few times. The first time I noticed the caste system was when the national rag USA today began having an almost all black HS all American team. Since the owner of USA today, demanded news coverage slated in favor of making blacks like as good as possible, I don't think their "white-free" all American teams were an accident. One year in particular they had only one white first team All American on defense and things quickly deteriorated . U of Florida was the first major college team I recall having only one white starter on defense which closely followed USA today's publication of their almost all black teams. Don, you're the expert, but it seems because there was no internet,USA Today had enormous influence in the 1980s. USA Today will live in infamy with the dishonor of being the first major publication to really promote the current caste system of whites restricted to offensive linemen, QBs , TIght ends, kickers and punters.

    Edited by: Keith Lincoln
     
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    Well, we're fortunate to have literally hundreds of experts here. I've never read "McPaper" much but don't doubt what you say, though I think the likes of Sports Illustrated and The Sporting News and the media in general have all played their role, just as the media always acts in unison to promote Cultural Marxism and its ongoing twists and turns.


    George Sauer was the Jets other starting receiver alongside Don Maynard. He was even more of a big play threat than Maynard. Two fast, superb starting white WRs on the same team, and in New York! It seems impossible now. What a shame whites suddenly lost the ability to play most positions in football 25 years ago. [​IMG]
     
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    Here's the only action photos I could find of Lincoln. I always liked the Chargers uniforms.


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    Anybody else watching "Big" Willie Rose, the fullback for Florida Atlantic? He looks incredibly shifty for a fullback. He's a versatile back who had a 5.3 ypc avg last season (333yds) and 38 receptions with 7TD catches. A redshirt junior according to his FAU bio.
    I'm not sure why they insist on calling him "Big" Willie Rose every time they mention him. I guess that's how they make sure nobody thinks of him in any way other than as a run-blocking truck. His measurements are 6'1" 227lbs. That's the same height and about 7lbs heavier than Darren McFadden. Well, they always say 'black is slimming'! [​IMG]
     
  13. Jimmy Chitwood

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    excellent question, Riddlewire.

    as we at Caste Football have noted, it seems that no matter what attributes a white running back has they aren't the right ones. [​IMG]
     
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    It also bugs me immensely that ESPN AlWAYS attaches the disclaimer 'YouTube Sensation' in front of McGuffie's name. They can't just say "Sam McGuffie led the Wolverines in rushing". It has to be "The Wolverines were led by YouTube Sensation Sam McGuffie!", and with a cheesy accent on the 'youtube sensation' part. To me, this is their way of subliminally suggesting to people that McGuffie only got his spot on the team because he's some gimmick or sideshow freak. That he's not a legitimate D1 runningback. He's just there for show and to sell tickets.
    Reece Davis is the worst at this.
     
  15. Colonel_Reb

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    Thats why I don't listen to a lot of those Caste shills, Riddlewire. It is much better to mute the volume while watching games or highlights. Still, I listen to just enough of them to be able to provide new examples of their anti-white bias on a regular basis.
     
  16. Jimmy Chitwood

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    a question for anyone who has watched some Cal games...

    what's the stated reason that redshirt freshman Peter Geurts doesn't get more touches?

    Geurts is a 6-1, 204-pound "fullback." [​IMG] in limited opportunities this fall, he's averaging 7.3 yards per carry.

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    edited to add: Nate Kmic's HUGE performance this past week is all the more impressive when you consider ... he did it all IN THE FIRST QUARTER! [​IMG] [​IMG] he had touchdown runs of 65, 17, 2 and 54 yards in the quarter, en route to helping Mount Union set an NCAA record for most points in a single quarter (52).

    Kmic is the new NCAA Division III leader in points and touchdowns. In addition to becoming the career leader in points (570) and total touchdowns (95), he also tied the record for rushing touchdowns (91) and moved up to fifth on the career rushing list with 6,003 yards on 911 carries.

    he's a guy we certainly don't pay enough attention to.

    [​IMG]
    Nate KmicEdited by: Jimmy Chitwood
     
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    WEEK 7


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    Sam McGuffie-Michigan-25 carries for a game high 105 yards plus 5 catches for 44 yards[​IMG]<O:p></O:p>
    J.J. DiLuigi-BYU-NSA<O:p></O:p>
    Kyle Bell-Colorado St.-NSA<O:p></O:p>
    John Mosure-Colorado St.-2 runs for 9 yards plus a 7 yard catch and 2 KR for 37<O:p></O:p>
    Kyle Halderman-Air Force-2 runs for 18 yards and 1 catch for 25<O:p></O:p>
    Todd Newell-Air Force-19 runs for 77 yards and a TD<O:p></O:p>
    Corbin Louks-Utah-9 runs for a team high 50 yards<O:p></O:p>
    Alex Daniel-Northwestern-NSA
    Micah Mosley-North Texas-2 runs for 10 yards and a 1 yard catch<O:p></O:p>
    Joe Martinek-Rutgers-NSA<O:p></O:p>
    Dan Dierking-Purdue-NSA<O:p></O:p>
    Vinny Perretta-Boise State- 1 run for 27 and 3 catches for 16<O:p></O:p>
    Jared Hawkins-Vanderbilt-6 runs for 11 yards and a 4 yard catch<O:p></O:p>
    Taylor Rank-South Carolina-NSA<O:p></O:p>
    Toby Gerhart-Stanford-24 runs for a game high 116 yards and a TD[​IMG]<O:p></O:p>
    Kevin Harris-Wake Forest-1 run for 1 and 1 late catch for 11[​IMG]Kevin continues to be one of the most screwed players I have ever covered<O:p></O:p>
    Jake Sharp-Kansas-31 runs for a game high 118 yards and 3 TDs plus 3 catches for 13 yards [​IMG]<O:p></O:p>
    Skylar Jessen-Washington State-NSA<O:p></O:p>
    Jordan Roberts-West Virginia-NSA
    Shaun Chapas-Georgia-2 runs for 10 yards plus 3 catches for 64 yards
    Brannan Southerland-Georgia-1 carry for a 1 yard TD plus a 10 yard catch<O:p></O:p>
    Justin Salum-Arizona-NSA<O:p></O:p>
    Eric Kettani-Navy-NG<O:p></O:p>
    Cory Finnerty-Navy-NG<O:p></O:p>
    Bobby Doyle-Navy-NG<O:p></O:p>
    Greg Shinego-Navy-NG<O:p></O:p>
    Collin Mooney-Army-29 carries for a game high 229 yards[​IMG]<O:p></O:p>
    Andrew McKinney-Southern Methodist-9 runs for 38 yards<O:p></O:p>
    Brock Bolen-Louisville-10 runs for 56<O:p></O:p>
    Chane Moline-UCLA-1 run for 2 yards plus 2 catches for 35 <O:p></O:p>
    Willie Rose-Florida Atlantic-6 runs for 40 yards plus 2 catches for 6
    John Goebel-Cincinatti-6 runs for 21 and 2 catches for 3<O:p></O:p>
    Brian Toal-Boston College-NG<O:p></O:p>
    Corey Welch-Eastern Michigan-NSA<O:p></O:p>
    Ryan Christian-Texas Christian-8 runs for 28 yards plus a 16 yard catch<O:p></O:p>
    Robbie Frey-Connecticut-NG<O:p></O:p>
    Jim Mitchell-UAB-1 catch for 2 yards<O:p></O:p>
    Ryan Bohm-Utah State-NSA<O:p></O:p>
    Derek Lawson-Arkansas State-15 runs for a game high 104 yards and a TD[​IMG]<O:p></O:p>
    Joe Suhey-Penn State-1 run for no gain and a 19 yard catch
    Logan Dold-Kansas State-21 runs for a game high 115 yards and a TD plus a 7 yard catch[​IMG]

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    Running QBs-Division 1<O:p></O:p>
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    Corey Leonard-Arkansas State-11 runs for 15 yards and a TD<O:p></O:p>
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    Greg Sullivan-Colgate-17 runs for 70 yards<O:p></O:p>
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    Tim Tebow-Florida-12 runs for 22 yards and a TD
    <O:p>Michael Desormeaux-Louisiana Lafayette-15 runs for a game high 123 yards and a TD [​IMG]</O:p>
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    Pat Grace-Northern Iowa-13 runs for a game high 99 yards and 2 TDs[​IMG]<O:p></O:p>
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    Chase Clement-Rice-NG<O:p></O:p>
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    Matt Grothe-South Florida-NG<O:p></O:p>
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    Colt McCoy-Texas-14 runs for 31 yards
    Jake Locker-Washington-NG<O:p></O:p>
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    Ben Widymer-Wofford-8 runs for a game high 158 yards and 2 TDs

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    David McCarty-Albany-28 runs for a team high 101 yards plus 3 catches for a game high 96 yards and a TD [​IMG]
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    Michael Lahart-Drake-NG<O:p></O:p>
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    Adam Urbano-Georgia Southern-NG
    Brock Jackolski-Hofstra-9 runs for a game high 170 yards and 3 TDs plus 2 catches for 18 yards and 3KRs for 107 yards[​IMG]<O:p></O:p>
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    Mike Kielt-Holy Cross-11 runs for a game high 43 yards plus 4 catches for 28 yards [​IMG]<O:p></O:p>
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    Jayson Bird-Idaho State-1 catch for 2 yards[​IMG]<O:p></O:p>


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    David Sinisi-Monmouth-16 runs for a game high 137 yards and 3 TDs[​IMG]<O:p></O:p>


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    Chad Kackert-New Hampshire-2 runs for 17 yards<O:p></O:p>


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    Sean Jellison-New Hampshire-4 runs for 19<O:p></O:p>


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    Catlin Solum-North Dakota-NG


    Matt Voigtlander-North Dakota State-1 run for ateam high 45 yards<O:p></O:p>


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    Tyler Roehl-North Dakota State-17 runs for 44 yards and 2 TDs plus 2 catches for 3 yards<O:p></O:p>
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    Andy Muns-Northern Colorado-8 runs for 47 yards<O:p></O:p>
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    Jimmy Hughes-Rhode Island-11 runs for 19 yards and a TD plus 3 catches for 68 yards<O:p></O:p>
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    Phil Morelli-San Diego-25 runs for a game high 115 yards and a TD plus 3 catches for 33 yards [​IMG]<O:p></O:p>
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    Kyle Minett-South Dakota State-NG<O:p></O:p>
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    Lucas Caparelli-Texas Southern-4 runs for 8 yards plus 10 catches for 63 yards<O:p></O:p>
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    Stan Zwinggi-Texas State-9 runs for 41 yards<O:p></O:p>
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    Joe Trombetta-UC Davis-2 runs for 12 yards<O:p></O:p>
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    Ross Wiemer-Valparaiso-22 runs for a game high 170 yards and 3 TDs plus a 5 yard catch[​IMG]<O:p></O:p>
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    Dane Romero-Wofford-6 runs for 21 yards and a TD<O:p></O:p>
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    Eric Breitenstein-Wofford-3 runs for 7 yards and a TD plus a 32 yard catch

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    Ivy League


    Ray Rangel-Columbia-12 runs for 16 yards plus 2 catches for 1


    Pete Stoll-Columbia-NSA


    Nathan Lenz-Columbia-2 runs for 3 yards


    Nick Schwieger-Dartmouth-5 runs for 14 yards plus 5 catches for 23


    Matt Mangiacotti-Brown-NSA


    Jason Miran-Penn-1 run for no gain and 2 catches for 14


    Michael DiMaggio-Penn-4 runs for 15 yards


    Luke Siwula-Cornell-10 runs for a game high 59 yards plus 2 catches for 6 yards [​IMG]


    Matt Zimmerman-Princeton-1 run for 1 and a catch for -2


    R.C. Lagomarsino-Princeton-NSA

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    Division II<O:p></O:p>
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    Josh Salazar-Adams State-14 runs for a game high 47 yards[​IMG]

    Chad Schroeder-WR/RB-Delta State-3 runs for -5 yards plus 2 catches for 16 and 4 PR for 39
    Ben Stallings-Delta State-3 runs for 7 yards and a TD plus a 14 yard catch
    John Mark Johnson-Delta State-NSA

    James Berezik-Grand Valley State-14 runs for a game high 172 yards and 3 TDs plus a 31 yard catch[​IMG]
    Blake Smolen-Grand Valley State-6 runs for 47 yards plus 5 catches for a game high 185 yards and 2 TDs and 2 KR for 27 [​IMG]

    Sam Epsteen-Upper Iowa-10 runs for 15 yards

    Division III<O:p></O:p>
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    Nate Kmic-Mount Union-21 runs for a game high 168 yards and 3 TDs plus 6 catches for 43 yards[​IMG]<O:p></O:p>
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    Greg Micheli-Dual threat QB-Mount Union-7 runs for 35 yards<O:p></O:p>
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    Scott Panchik-Mount Union-13 runs for 65 yards and a TD plus a 12 yard catch<O:p></O:p>
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    Brad Carlton-St. John Fisher-34 runs for a team high 150 yards plus 5 catches for 33 yards and a TD<O:p></O:p>
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    Scott Biehl-St. John Fisher-NSA
    Ronnie Curley-Dual threat QB-Salisbury-21 runs for 98 yards
    Bryan Woolson-Salisbury-19 runs for a game high 162 yards and 3 TDs plus 2 catches for 39 yards[​IMG]<O:p></O:p>Edited by: Colonel_Reb
     
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    Thanks Gi-15! Another great player I forgot about.
     
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    In the middle of the 2nd quarter, Jake Sharp has 11 runs for 42 yards and a TD.[​IMG]
     
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    Army RB Collin Mooney 6 runs for 75 still in the first quarter. [​IMG]
     
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    Workhorse Toby Gerhart has 112 yards on 23 carries and a TD in a 24-23 Stanford win.
     
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    FYI, the Arkansas State game is available on ESPN360 if you want to watch online. It's mid second quarter right now and Derek Lawson is chewing up Louisiana-Monroe pretty handily. Their media player is a bandwidth and memory hog, though.
     
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    Wow, three 100 yd white rushers from BCS conferences in one weekend. When is the last time that has happened?
     
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    Derek Lawson
    15 carries, 104 yards, 1TD
     
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    In the end, we had 6! white RBs gaining over 100 yards. Mooney (229!), McGuffie (105), Sharp (118), Gerhart (116), Lawson (106), and Dold (115). How amazing! It has to be the best weekend performance in a long long time.
     

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