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Discussion in 'College Football Stars' started by Colonel_Reb, Aug 28, 2008.
UGA FB/Wingback Shaun Chapas had 10 yards rushing & 3 catches for 67 yards (including a 37 yard reception). Like Southerland, Chapas is a hardnose runner with lots of power!
6 white boy's running for over 100 yds in the BCS divison is unheard of. Last time that happened was atleast in the mid 70's and am not sure if it happened then.
I seriously doubt it was that long ago, tippycat. There were stillat least a dozenstarting white RBs in FBS schoolsduring most ofthe 80s. It probably happened just a few years before the CF website started. Its just hard to document it.
Thanks for the info on Chapas, Dixie. I'll try to keep track of him.
i may have overlooked him on the list, but just in case he isn't there...
Hofstra's true freshman Brock Jackolski ran for 170 yards and 3 touchdowns on just 9 carries against Bucknell.
he also added 2 catches for 18 yards, and 3 kick returns for 107 yards. he had a BIG day.
Brock Jackolski headed for the endzone again.
Edited by: Jimmy Chitwood
Thanks for the info Jimmy! Sounds like a great talent who we should see a lot out of the next few years.
I hope a guy like Brock Jackloski who had a phenomenal H.S career in NY and runs a legit 4.4 40 yard dash would think of transfering to a white friendly Div. IA team if he keeps up his performances for Hofstra.
Guys like Stan Zwiggi, Cory McCaffrey, Adam Urbano or Billy Bair should think to do this too. It is already too late for David Sinisi. Hopefully Sinisi will get a shot as an UDFA in the NFL. WR is looking up a bit in the NFL for us, but RB has not changed one bit...zero whites allowed to carry the ball.
Will some of these changes in college football allow a few whites through the cracks; even as second teamers who get 10 touches a game or so?
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Sam McGuffie-Michigan-4 runs for 36 yards and a catch for -5
Kyle Bell-Colorado St.-2 runs for 5 yards and a catch for -2<O></O>
John Mosure-Colorado St.-5 runs for 2 yards plus 5 catches for 25 yards<O></O>
Kyle Halderman-Air Force-1 run for 14 yards plus a 44 yard TD catch<O></O>
Spencer Armstrong-Air Force-NSA<O></O>
Todd Newell-Air Force-22 runs for a game high 134 yards and a TD plus a 6 yard catch <O></O>
Corbin Louks-Utah-5 runs for a game high 109 yards and 2 TDs plus threw fora 37 yard completion<O></O>
Vinny Perretta-Boise State-1 run for 2 yards plus 6 catches for a game high 82 yards
Jared Hawkins-Vanderbilt-13 runs for a team high 63 yards plus 3 catches for 23 yards<O></O>
Taylor Rank-South Carolina-NSA<O></O>
Toby Gerhart-Stanford-27 runs for a game high 138 yards and 2 TDs <O></O>
Kevin Harris-Wake Forest-NSA<O></O>
Jake Sharp-Kansas-12 runs for a game high 103 yards and a TD plus 2 catches for 7 <O></O>
Jordan Roberts-West Virginia-NG<O></O>
Eric Kettani-Navy-8 runs for 13 yards<O></O>
Cory Finnerty-Navy-1 run for 3 yards<O></O>
Greg Shinego-Navy-2 runs for 12 yards<O></O>
Collin Mooney-Army-16 runs for a game high 172 yards and 2 TDs plus a 26 yard catch <O></O>
Andrew McKinney-Southern Methodist-8 runs for a team high 41 yards <O></O>
Brock Bolen-Louisville-20 runs for 67 yards and 3 TDs plus 2 catches for 8 yards<O></O>
Chane Moline-UCLA-2 runs for 22 yards plus 2 catches for 14 yards<O></O>
Willie Rose-Florida Atlantic-5 runs for 17 yards plus 4 catches for 24 yards and a TD<O></O>
Brian Toal-Boston College-NSA<O></O>
Corey Welch-Eastern Michigan-6 runs for 14 yards<O></O>
Ryan Christian-Texas Christian-8 runs for 29 yards plus a 6 yard catch<O></O>
Robbie Frey-Connecticut-3 KR for 47 yards<O></O>
Ryan Bohm-Utah State-NSA<O></O>
Derek Lawson-Arkansas State-1 run for 2 yards<O></O>
Joe Suhey-Penn State-NSA
Brannan Southerland-Georgia-1 run for no gain
Shaun Chapas-Georgia-2 runs for 14 yards plus a 13 yard catch
Micah Mosley-North Texas-3 runs for 11 yards and 2 catches for 9 yards
Running QBs-Division 1<O></O>
Corey Leonard-Arkansas State-12 runs for 33 yards<O></O>
Greg Sullivan-Colgate-10 runs for 71 yards and a TD<O></O>
Pat Grace-Northern Iowa- 7 runs for 16 yards<O></O>
Chase Clement-Rice-8 runs for 22 yards<O></O>
Matt Grothe-South Florida-10 runs for a team high 72 yards and a TD<O></O>
Colt McCoy-Texas-11 runs for 23 yards and 2 TDs
Andy Dalton-Texas Christian-6 runs for 19 yards<O></O>
Ben Widymer-Wofford-5 runs for 13 yards
David McCarty-Albany-32 carries for a game high 207 yards and a TD plus 3 catches for 31 yards
Michael Lahart-Drake-6 runs for 42 yards and a TD plus an8 yard catch<O></O>
Adam Urbano-Georgia Southern-5 runs for 28 yards
Brock Jackolski-Hofstra-6 runs for 14 yards and a TD
Mike Kielt-Holy Cross-18 runs for a game high 120 yards and 3 TDs plus 5 catches for 75 yards and a TD <O></O>
Jayson Bird-Idaho State-NSA<O></O>
Chad Kackert-New Hampshire-NSA<O></O>
Sean Jellison-New Hampshire-6 runs for 18 yards and a 9 yard catch<O></O>
Catlin Solum-North Dakota-6 runs for 12 yards and a TD plus a 13 yard catch<O></O>
Tyler Roehl-North Dakota State- 9 runs for 50 yards and a 12 yard catch<O></O>
Andy Muns-Northern Colorado- 5 runs for 8 yards<O></O>
Jimmy Hughes-Rhode Island-9 runs for a team high 44 yards plus 6 catches for 34 yards<O></O>
Phil Morelli-San Diego-NG<O></O>
Kyle Minett-South Dakota State-13 runs for a team high 76 yards plus a 13 yard catch<O></O>
Lucas Caparelli-Texas Southern-1 run for 10 yards and 2 catches for 22 yards and a TD<O></O>
Stan Zwinggi-Texas State- 5 runs for 21 yards and a TD plus a 9 yard catch<O></O>
Joe Trombetta-UC Davis-NSA<O></O>
Ross Wiemer-Valparaiso-12 runs for a team high 75 yards and 2 TDs plus 3 catches for 33 yards<O></O>
Dane Romero-Wofford-11 runs for 66 yards and a TD plus a 14 yard catch<O></O>
Eric Breitenstein-Wofford-2 runs for 24 yards
Ray Rangel-Columbia-19 runs for a game high 79 yards
Nathan Lenz-Columbia-3 runs for 13 yards
Nick Schwieger-Dartmouth-2 runs for 15 yards plus 2 catches for 14 yards
Chad Schroeder-WR/RB-Delta State-7 runs for 44 yards plus 5 catches for 24 yards and a TD and 2 PR for 52 yards
Ben Stallings-Delta State-1 run for 16 yards
James Berezik-Grand Valley State-23 runs for a game high 188 yards and 1 TD plus 4 catches for a game high 104 yards and a TD
Blake Smolen-Grand Valley State-5 runs for 26 yards
Sam Epsteen-Upper Iowa-17 runs for a team high 72 yards
Nate Kmic-Mount Union-19 runs for a game high134 yards and 3 TDs plus 2 catches for 26 yards <O></O>
Scott Panchik-Mount Union-7 runs for 20 yards<O></O>Edited by: Colonel_Reb
Sam McGuffie didn't get a start, Minor is playing pretty well so far with 11 ypc...
Toby Gerhart may well be the best pure running back in college football. If he reamains healthy, he will be chosen in the 1st round of the NFL draft. You heard it here first.
Jake Sharp is dicing up the #4 ranked Sooners. No love from the announcers, but it is what it is. KU is still trailing, but Sharp's performance is impressive.
The mighty sooners doesn't seem to have an awnser for Jake Sharp, 9 rushes for 98 yards and a TD right now.
Jake single-handledly got you a TD on the last drive, what do you do? heck, why not take him out of the game? 3 and out , punt
Gerhart had a monster game but the Cardinals still lost in the closing seconds. It was too bad because he carried the team on his back all day long.
I'm disgusted with Rich Rodriguez! How do you bench McGuffie? He has been their leading rusher and receiver all year. He does everything and this is the respect he gets. Wow a few kickoff returns and some token garbage time with a minute left in another blow out loss. This sucks. I wonder what Sam has to say. Maybe he should have stayed in Texas or gone to California. What a joke!
Gerhart is John Riggins all over again. Barring injury, this is the guy.
McGuffie will get another shot; he could even be helped with the DWF considering the results this afternoon
yeah he got 3 carries late in the game and got like 40 yards or so... so all's not lost yet!
i love Toby, too bad they will have his injury to hold against him...
PS Oklahoma had a white fullback carry 3 times and also score a TD, Clapp,if i recal correctlyEdited by: backrow
Coach Steve Roberts has a 'no info' policy when it comes to players injuries, but the assumption is that Derek Lawson suffered an injury in tonight's ASU game against UL-Lafayette. He got one carry early in the game and then didn't get back on the field. I hope it's nothing major and he's back soon. Unfortunately, we have no way of knowing.
I haven't been able to find the article in the newspaper yet, however, Sam MUST have raped the coaches daughter, or robbed a coffee shop near campus. What else could explain not playing him at running back. I'm of course being factitious, but damn this is disgusting making the most athletic player stand on the sidelines while they let Minor run the ball. If I were McGuffie I would think about transferring to a school that will play me. He got lied to by the recruiters. We all know Sam will not get ball time in the NFL (if he even makes a team) and this is his last big shot at the next level. It's B.S. that he is not getting the valuable experience and grooming to be the number one back at Michigan.
David McCarty of UAlbany rushed for more than 200 yards yesterday ,had a long rushing attempt of 45 yards against previously undefeated FCS Sacred Heart. He is both a power runner and obviously can "take it to the house".Last week after receiving a dump off pass he broke a 72 yard pass reception/run in a very close game. If he works on his speed,even though he appears to have close to breakaway speed, he might make an NFL practice squad (sarcasm). McGuffie who has played exceptionally well is being thrown under the bus because the caste slave Rodriquez was beginning to get grief from the drunken white fans. This is a reflex among the idiots who pretend to be coaches. When the fans are restless bench any white you can.Edited by: weisbard96
Big props to McCarty and you are right about Rodriguez as I posted in another thread.
We had 2 white running backs over 100 yds, Gebhart and Sharp. Trying to find out why Derek Lawson of Ark. St. had only 1 carry last week, cant find any info. Hope he is not injured.
It's an ankle injury. Like I said above, though, Roberts doesn't speak about player injuries so we have no way of knowing if it's just a mild sprain or one of those dreaded "high ankle sprains". The good news is that ASU has a bye week before playing Alabama. So, if it's just a mild sprain, Derek should be back in time to put a scare into the Tide.
Actually, we had 5 white RBs who went over 100 yards this week in the FBS. Besides Toby Gerhart and Jake Sharp, there were Corbin Louks (listed as a QB but plays RB mostly), Collin Mooney, and Todd Newell. In the FCS, we had David McCarty and Mike Kielt who went over 100 yards rushing.
Thanks for those stats, Colonel.
Tyler Roehl may have a hurt ankle. He missed much of the Northern Iowa game and was fairly ineffective after ripping off a nice long run early in the game.