White RBs 2008

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  1. Keith Lincoln

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    In a battle of the two best white running backs in Division 1AA FCS,
    David McCarty led University at Albany to a 35 to 17 win over Dave
    Sinisi led Monmouth today. It was a battle of the top 2 teams in the
    Northeast Conference. David McCarty had 208 yards rushing on 31 carries
    , one touchdown, and a 6.7 yards/carry average and added another 10
    yards receiving. Albany "held"
    Sinisi to 118 yards on 27 carries.
     
  2. Keith Lincoln

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    David McCarty is well aware of the caste system as it pertains to whites carrying the ball in the NFL. I read an interview with McCarty. When the subject of his post college plans were discussed , McCarty's response was slightly surprising. He clearly knows his football career ends next season his senior year. Maybe some of the affletes who run the ball for the New York Giants discouraged him since the Giants preseason training camp is on the University at Albany campus. McCarty plans to join the Marines. Just another outrageous episode of anti-white racism. McCarty who is 6 feet 210 lbs has both power and breakaway speed (reminds me a little of Keith Lincoln). He is on pace to rush for more than 1500 yards this season. He is also a very good receiver. This season, so far, he has 20 receptions for 301 yards giving him a 15.1 yards per reception avg which is extremely high for a running back. He had a 72 yard reception for a TD this year. This season UAlbany is playing a tougher schedule with defenses keying on McCarty so his yards per carry average is down. However, he has shown he can "take it to house" against good teams. In the final game last season against 11-1 Dayton , he burned them for a 63 yard TD run, had a 67 yard TD run against Monmouth, and against Stony Brook of the Big South conference , he rushed for 157 yards on only 18 carries for an 8.7 yards per carry. Of course, it's a certainty if he were black; NFL scouts would be touting him as an NFL prospect. Here is a white running back with the power and speed to play in the NFL ,who is so discouraged and skeptical of having any chance of playing pro football , he will join the Marines.<style>-
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  3. GreatLakeState

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    John's brother, Mark, was a good high school runner too, but was a linebacker at MSU.

    John was captain of the Free Press' Michigan Dream Team as a senior, after running for nearly 2,000 yards for a state championship team, from a no-joke league with Birmingham Brother Rice, but don't think he got any Big 10 offers as a RB.Edited by: GreatLakeState
     
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    Interesting that black Miles Austin from Monmouth is now getting game time with the Dallas Cowboys, but this never seems to translate "to white" small school stars. I really hope both Sinisi and Woodhead, coming back next year, get a shot! Sinisi's numbers at Monmouth are more impressive for a player than Miles Austin's were!Edited by: ToughJ.Riggins
     
  5. whiteathlete33

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    ToughJRiggins I personally know Miles Austin. He is half white half black. He is from Garfield NJ and I played many pickup basketball games with him a few years back. He's a real nice kid and I wish him the best
     
  6. Colonel_Reb

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    Stats complete. We had 4 whites run for over 100 yards in the FBS last week. 8 whites ran for over 100 yards in the FCS last week. Congrats to these players and keep it up![​IMG]
     
  7. Jimmy Chitwood

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    the thing that might be most impressive about Nate Kmic's numbers is... that he's usually sitting on the bench shortly after halftime. Mount Union is so dominant in most of their games, that he often only plays about a half or so.

    i mean, wow! [​IMG]
     
  8. LoudSilverado

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    Go NDSU!
    Big Diesel is theeee best RB in any division of football right now, I don't care what anybody says. He's played most of the games this year with a hurt ankle.
     
  9. GreatLakeState

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    James Berezik, Grand Valley State sophomore, had the third-best rushing day in school history, 35 carries for 234 yards and two TDs.
     
  10. Colonel_Reb

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    Whites ranked in the top 100in rushing yardage in the FBS this week are: Collin Mooney-7, Toby Gerhart-25, Michael Desormeaux-41, Jake Sharp-51, Eric Kettani-59, Derek Lawson-75, Jacob Ramsey-99, and Chase Clement-100. That makes 8 whites in the top 100.
     
  11. Colonel_Reb

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    Over in the FCS, whites are better represented among the rushing yardage leaders this week.


    David Sinisi-1, David McCarty-2, Kyle Minett-14, Tyler Roehl-37, Greg Sullivan-43, Dane Romero-46, Matt McGowan-47, Nate Eachus-48, Ross Wiemer-55, Phil Morelli-56, Shane Smith-61, Ben Widmyer-69, Ben Shappie-72, Mike Kielt-76, Stan Zwinggi-87, and Ryan Mole-94. That makes 16 whites in the top 100.
     
  12. Colonel_Reb

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    WEEK 12


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    Kyle Halderman-Air Force-1 run 46 yards and 3 catches for 17 yards
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    Todd Newell-Air Force-21 runs for a game high 116 yards and a TD plus a 6 yard catch[​IMG]
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    Derek Lawson-Arkansas State-NG
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    Collin Mooney-Army-NG
    Chip Bowden-QB-Army-NG

    J.J. DiLuigi-BYU-NSA
    Dan LeFevour-Central Michigan-29 runs for a game high 121 yards and a 2 TDs [​IMG]
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    John Goebel-Cincinatti-10 runs for a game high 77 yards and a TD plus2 catches for11 yards and a 9 yard KR [​IMG]
    Kyle Bell-Colorado St.-7 runs for 24 yards
    John Mosure-Colorado St.-1 run for 14 yards and 2 KR for 46

    Corey Welch-Eastern Michigan-NG
    Tim Tebow-QB-Florida-14 runs for 39 yards and a TD
    Willie Rose-Florida Atlantic-5 runs for 58 yards and a TD
    Brannan Southerland-Georgia-NSA
    Shaun Chapas-Georgia-1 run for 1 yard
    Fred Munzenmaier-Georgia-NSA

    Jake Sharp-Kansas-6 runs for 11 yards and 2 catches for 1 before being injured
    Logan Dold-Kansas State-9 runs for 19 yards
    Michael Desormeaux-QB-Louisiana Lafayette-12 runs for 70 yards
    Brock Bolen-Louisville-8 runs for 15 yards and a 3 yard catch
    Robert Marve-QB-Miami-14 runs for 44 yards
    Sam McGuffie-Michigan-NSA [​IMG]
    Eric Kettani-Navy-11 runs for a team high 42 yards
    Cory Finnerty-Navy-1 run for a 22 yard TD
    Greg Shinego-Navy-2 runs for -2
    Mike Kafka-QB-Northwestern-3 runs for 20 yards before leaving the game in the 2nd quarterwith a concussion
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    Zac Robinson-QB-Oklahoma State-15 runs for 61 yards and a TD
    Billy Tapp-Ole Miss-3 runs for 19 yards
    Dan Dierking-Purdue-NSA
    Chase Clement-QB-Rice-NG
    Joe Martinek-Rutgers-21 runs for a game high 98 yards and 2 TDs [​IMG]
    Patrick DiMarco-South Carolina-1 catch for 13 yards
    Taylor Rank-South Carolina-NSA
    Matt Grothe-QB-South Florida-13 runs for a team high 50 yards
    Toby Gerhart-Stanford-23 runs for a team high 101 yards and a TD plus 2 catches for 15 [​IMG]
    Colt McCoy-QB-Texas-16 runs for a game high 72 yards and a TD [​IMG]
    Andy Dalton-QB-Texas Christian-NG
    Ryan Christian-Texas Christian-NG
    Jim Mitchell-UAB-NSA
    Chane Moline-UCLA-NSA


    Jared Hawkins-Vanderbilt-15 runs for 84 yards and a TD plus 4 catches for 49 yards
    Kevin Harris-Wake Forest-NSA
    Jordan Roberts-West Virginia-NG

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    FCS (1AA)<O:p></O:p>
    David McCarty-Albany-28 runs for a game high 104 yards and a TD [​IMG]
    Jonathan Dally-Cal Poly-22 runs for a game high 173 yards and a TD [​IMG]
    Ryan Mole-Cal Poly-9 runs for 78 yards and a TD
    Nate Eachus-Colgate-NG
    Greg Sullivan-QB-Colgate-NG


    Ray Rangel-Columbia-6 runs for 8 yards and a TD and a catch for no gain


    Nathan Lenz-Columbia-1 catch for 3 yards


    Luke Siwula-Cornell-10 runs for a team high 29 yards plus 5 catches for 33 yards


    Nick Schwieger-Dartmouth-1 run for 3 and 2 catches for 3 plus 2 KR for 32
    Michael Lahart-Drake-4 runs for 17 yards and a 6 yard catch
    Adam Urbano-Georgia Southern-NSA
    Brock Jackolski-Hofstra-9 runs for 91 yards and 2 TDs plus 2 catches for 20 yards
    Mike Kielt-Holy Cross-3 runs for 20 yards


    Jayson Bird-Idaho State-NSA


    Clint Knickrehm-Idaho State-14 runs for 55 yards and a 4 yard catch


    David Sinisi-Monmouth-23 runs for a game high 174 yards and 3 TDs plus 2 catches for 9 yards [​IMG]


    Chad Kackert-New Hampshire-16 runs for 68 yards and a TD plus 2 catches for 42 yards and a TD and 3 KR for 70


    Sean Jellison-New Hampshire-NSA


    Catlin Solum-North Dakota-NG
    Tyler Roehl-North Dakota State-21 runs for a game high 188 yards and a 2 TDs [​IMG]
    Andy Muns-Northern Colorado-3 runs for 14 yards


    Michael DiMaggio-Penn-14 runs for 49 yards and a TD and a catch for -2


    Matt Zimmerman-Princeton-2 runs for 4 yards and a 7 yard catch
    Jimmy Hughes-Rhode Island-12 runs for a team high 54 yards anda TD plus 5 catches for 25 yards
    Matt Jelmini-San Diego-14 runs for a game high 103 yards and a TD plus a 51 yard KR [​IMG]
    Phil Morelli-San Diego-13 runs for 35 yards and a 12 yard catch
    Kyle Minett-South Dakota State-26 runs for a game high 90 yards and 2 TDs plus a 3 yard TD catch [​IMG]
    Lucas Caparelli-Texas Southern-NG
    Stan Zwinggi-Texas State-12 runs for a game high 72 yards and a TD [​IMG]
    Joe Trombetta-UC Davis-10 runs for 53 yards
    Ross Wiemer-Valparaiso-21 runs for a game high 148 yards and a TD plus 2 catches for 8 yards [​IMG]

    Dane Romero-Wofford-27 runs for a game high 124 yards and 2 TDs plus 2 catches for 38 yards [​IMG]
    Eric Breitenstein-Wofford-7 runs for 42 yards
    Ben Widymer-QB-Wofford-13 runs for 36 yards

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    DIVISION II-Round 1 Playoffs
    Mark Haag-Chadron State-11 runs for a team high 36 yards plus a 9 yard catch
    Joe McClain-QB-Chadron State-4 runs for 23 yards
    Evan Pilkington-Chadron State-5 runs for 9 yards
    John Ritzen-Chadron State-13 runs for 34 yards
    Chad Schroeder-WR/RB-Delta State-Bye
    Ben Stallings-Delta State-Bye
    James Berezik-Grand Valley State-Bye
    Blake Smolen-Grand Valley State-Bye

    Nate Bauer-Minnesota-Duluth-Bye
    Brad Foss-Minnesota-Duluth-Bye

    Ted Schlafke-QB-Minnesota-Duluth-Bye

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    DIVISION III<O:p></O:p>
    Nate Kmic-Mount Union-21 runs for a game high 201 yards and 2 TDs plus an 8 yard catch[​IMG]
    Greg Micheli-QB-Mount Union-2 runs for 26
    Scott Panchik-Mount Union-5 runs for 41 yards and a TD
    Scott Biehl-St. John Fisher-NSA
    Brad Carlton-St. John Fisher-12 runs for a game high 105 yards plus4 catches for 32 yards [​IMG]Edited by: Colonel_Reb
     
  13. PhillyBirds

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    A duel of white RBs on ESPN2 tonight as Cincinatti with John Goebel faces off against Louisville and Brock Bolen.
     
  14. backrow

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    yeah, so far Bolen hasn't fared well, 3 carries for -4 yards [​IMG]
     
  15. blue_mentos

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    Goebel had a good game though. He had a long scamper for 37 yds that would have ended in a TD if he didn't start to trip on the wet turf. He however put it into the endzone on the next play and ended the game with close to 100 yds.
     
  16. Riddlewire

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    Goebel has been impressive every time I've seen him this year. I was happy to learn that he's just a sophomore. I expect big things from him next season.
     
  17. backrow

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    most of all, i loved the fact that after Ramsey had a few bad runs and lost a fumble they went with Goebel all the way! he is also a good receiver, something that even the announcer acknowledged.

    [​IMG]
     
  18. Colonel_Reb

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    Barely into the second quarter and I 'm ready to turn off the volume on the Michigan-Northwestern game. Running QB Mike Kafka was just called deceptively fast twice in less than a minute. [​IMG]I cannot stand the affirmative action announcer Pam Ward. Her color man Ray Bentley is just as bad. No mention of Sam McGuffie at all today and Odoms has fumbled twice. Shaw isn't doing anything, but they go with Brown instead of Sam. [​IMG]
     
  19. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Kansas has Jake Sharp on the bench for some reason, and what do you know the black back promptly loses a fumble.

    nice job, mangino, you fat moron.
     
  20. backrow

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    they said something about Sharp getting dinged up and getting up slowly after his last carry, i am guessing that was the reason.
     
  21. icsept

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    Sharp has injured ribs. McGuffie can't get any touches for Michigan's anemic offense today. Not even returning punts. Haven't even heard his name or seen him on the sidelines.

    Jordan Shipley just ran the ball on a fake field goal - he leaped over the pile, literally soaring 5 yards. He's a stud.
     
  22. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Sharp also said he was alright and ready to go, but Kansas has held him out so far in the second half anyway. meanwhile, Kerry Meier has been trying to gut out a pulled hamstring, but he's noticeable not himself.

    not coincidentally, the KU offense is struggling mightily.
     
  23. Colonel_Reb

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    I wish I could see the Air Force-BYU game. Todd Newell has almost 100 yards and a TD at the half!
     
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    yeah i was watchin air force / byu and it cut off right before half time! im waiting for it to start working again, two almost all white teams, its an exciting game
     
  25. celticdb15

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    How about Finnerty's 23 yard scamper against Notre Dame?? [​IMG]
     

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