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  1. Triad

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    Huge understatement there, CR. [​IMG]


    Here's a re-post from the Kentucky team thread. I thought I would put it here also.


    Amazing Lyons' CatchEdited by: Triad
     
  2. Colonel_Reb

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    Mississippi State's Lance Long had a key 12 yard reception in the 4th quarter to allow them to run out the clock to beat Alabama for the first time since 2000.

    Dicky Lyons Jr. had 5 catches for 48 yards and TE Jacob Tamme had 4 for 33 in a big win over Georgia.
     
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    Auburn WR Lee Guess had a nice 38 yard catch, but Tre Smith didn't get any runs, catches, or special teams work. What a joke! [​IMG]
     
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    The Shark broke the Irish record for career receiving TDs with 23. He ended the game with 6 catches for 178 yards and the aforementioned score. TE John Carlson had 8 grabs for 92 yards and a TD, and Chase Anastasio had a 7 yard catch.
     
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    Logan Paulsen had 4 catches for 74 yards.

    Chad Schroeder had 3 catches for 34 yards.
     
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    Logan Payne 6 rec 137 yds
     
  7. Jimmy Chitwood

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    UNLV's Ryan Wolfe had three catches for 63 yards in his latest game. he now has 704 receiving yards for the season, already the UNLV freshman receiving record and the second highest total by a freshman in MWC history. [​IMG] He needs just 68 total yards in his final three games to break the conference freshman receiving mark of 771 yards set in 2004 by BYU's Austin Collie, another white receiver. good luck Ryan! [​IMG]

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    Ryan Wolfe
     
  8. Jimmy Chitwood

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    none of us have mentioned Wisconsin's Luke Swan. he has emerged as the Badgers top deep threat, averaging just over 17 yards per catch and tied for the team lead with 4 TD catches. for the year, he's got 495 receiving yards on 28 catches. the coaches rave about his improvement this year, and it's really starting to show.

    he had 4 catches for 113 yards and a TD against Iowa on Saturday.
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    Wisconsin's Luke Swan hauls in a TD

    in the same game, Iowa youngster Trey Stross caught a 24-yard TD and sophomore speedster Andy Brodell had 2 catches for 18 yards.
     
  9. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Utah's trio of Derrek Richards, Brian Hernandez, and Bradon Godfrey combined for 10 catches, 163 yards, and 1 TD.

    Colorado State's Luke Roberts beat Eric Weddle for a 51-yard TD grab. Dustin Osborne had 2 catches for 51 yards.

    UNLV's Casey Flair had 7 for 76, while Ryan Wolfe added 6 for 79.

    Jeff Samardzija had 6 for 106 and a TD.

    David Ball had 10 for 112.

    BYU's Johnny Harline had 6 for 104 and a TD, while freshman McKay Jacobson added 3 for 26 but also had a 77-yard punt return for a TD.

    Alabama's Will Oakley had 4 for 51.

    Kentucky's Dicky Lyons had 3 for 66.

    North Texas' Johnny Quinn had 2 for 23 and a TD.

    Arizona State's Zach Miller had 6 for 84, Brent Miller had 4 for 81, and Chris McGaha had a 34-yard TD catch. [​IMG]

    Eastern Michigan's Eric Deslauriers 3 for 35.

    SMU's Bobby Chase had only 1 catch for 9 yards.

    Tulsa's Ryan Bugg had 7 for 145. he's had a solid year for the surprising Tulsa team, with 32 catches for 448 yards and 4 TDs. [​IMG]

    Minnesota's Logan Payne got back on track with 5 for 96, including a 41-yard TD. Matt Spaeth added 4 for 51. [​IMG]

    Illinois' Kyle Hudson had just 1 catch for 27 yards despite afaletic "Juice" Williams playing QB and getting lots of hype from ESPN. Da "Juice" was 8-29 passing for 93 yards and an INT, but he rushed for 146 yards in a blow-out loss... so of course "the Juice is loose" [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Ohio State's Anthony Gonzalez caught 2 for 34 and a TD, and Brian Hartline had a breakout game with 3 catches for 47 yards and 2 TDs. [​IMG]

    Iowa State QB bret meyer is killing Todd Blythe! He didn't have a single catch! The worst thing about it is meyer is just a junior. Ugh! [​IMG]

    Texas A&M's Chad Schroeder has 2 for 52.

    Nebraska's Todd Peterson had 7 for 82 and a TD, but Nate Swift had just one catch for 17 yards.

    Wake Forest's Nate Morton had 3 for 50.

    BC's Kevin Challenger had 4 for 47 and a TD, but Tony Gonzalez had only 1 for 6.

    Clemson's Tyler Grisham had 2 for 29 and a TD.Edited by: Jimmy Chitwood
     
  10. Colonel_Reb

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    Hey Jimmy, I don't mean to step on your toes [​IMG] , but I didn't know Wale Forest had a white WR. [​IMG]

    Also, there were some big games by Ivy League guys that I don't want to overlook, including Matt Carre, who had 4 grabs for 61 for Harvard; Ryan Fuselier at Dartmouth had 7 for 99; while Princeton's Brenden Circle had 12 for an amazing 178 yards and 2 TDs. Team-mate Brian Brigham had 6 catches for an equally awesome 121 yards and a TD. Columbia wide-out Nick DeGasparis also had a good game with 5 grabs for 64 yards.

    These guys consistently put up good numbers and its good to see them doing so well. I just wish they would compete in the I-AA playoffs!
     
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    shut up. [​IMG] i'll edit it right now. jeez! [​IMG]
     
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    Kevin Challenger isn't white.
     
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    oh man Jimmy... that's a huge mistake!

    nah [​IMG] thanks for your posts btw, great source of info, especially for those who do work on Saturdays
     
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    Eastern Michigan WR Eric Deslauriers had 7 catches for 116 yards tonight to lead all receivers in the game. That brings him up to 870 yards receiving on the year with Northern Illinois still to play. That gives the 6-4 and a half, 25 year old from Quebec 3,222 yards receiving in his career on 242 catches, along with 27 TDs. That makes him 7th all time in the MAC in receiving yardage and 4th all time in MAC receptions! Way to go Eric! [​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] FROM QUEBEC
     
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    Guys, I don't know about y'all, but I have a blast posting on this site and reading your posts! We have some hilarious posters and it is good to get laughs every now and then. Just thought I'd share that for no extra charge! [​IMG]

    Now, for some info on our white warriors. David Ball is playing his last regular season game today, but will be looking forward to the playoffs, thanks to an overtime win against Maine today, while several others won't be due to their team's records or being in the Ivy League.

    Florida WR Riley Cooper had a career day today, leading all receivers with 83 yards and 3 TDs on 3 catches! Simply awesome! [​IMG]

    BC's Tony Gonzalez led all receivers with 4 for 76 and a TD. Ryan Purvis had 3 for 37, Ryan Thompson had 2 for 21.

    Logan Payne had 7 catches for 65 and Matt Spaeth had 5 for 44 and a TD.

    Andy Brodell had a huge game with 7 catches for 160 yards and a TD. Team-mate Scott Chandler had 3 for 25 and a score. FB Tom Busch had a 9 yard grab. Trey Stross had 3 for 33.

    Eric Peterman had 2 catches for 21 yards and 2 carries for 4 yards. Ross Lane had 2 catches for 37 yards.

    Jake Standeford had a 6 yard catch.

    Dartmouth's Brian Evans catching a pass, with Princeton's (original winged helmet design) Tim Strickland on the defense.
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    Princeton WR Chris Blanco hauling one in.
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    Dicky Lyons Jr. ended up with 6 grabs for 79 yards.

    Harvard and Yale battled for the 123rd time and Harvard WR Corey Mazza had 2 catches for 36 yards and a TD. TE Matt Farbotko had 4 for 45. Yale WR Chandler Hanley led all receivers with 5 for 67.

    Cornell WR Zac Canty had 4 for 40 and a TD. Brian FitzPatrick had 2 for 20.

    Penn WR Braden Lepisto had 3 for 72, while Matt Carre had 3 for 70.

    David Ball had 5 for 60 yards, and will get at least one more game as New Hampshire made the playoffs.

    Central Florida's Rocky Ross led all receivers with 9 catches for 130 yards against Tulane.

    Todd Blythe had 4 for 48 and a score. Austin Flynn had 2 for 21.

    Mizzou's Chase Coffman had 4 catches for 53 yards.
     
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    Mississippi State WR Lance Long had 2 catches for 14 yards and a 20 yard KO return.

    Arkansas TE Ben Cleveland had 2 catches for 7 yards.

    The Shark had 9 catches for 87 yards and a TD.Edited by: Colonel_Reb
     
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    Danny Amendola had 3 grabs for 38 yards, while Eric Morris had 3 for 44.

    SMU's Bobby Chase had 4 for 57 and a score.

    Tulsa's Ryan Bugg had 4 for 29.

    Rice's Tommy Henderson had 4 for 30.

    Kansas State's Jordy Nelson had 8 catches for 64 yards.

    Wyoming's Hoost Marsh had 2 for 31, and Wade Betschart had 2 for 10 and a TD, while Tyler Holden had 5 for 55 and a TD.

    UNLV's Casey Flair had 5 for 61 and a TD, and Ryan Wolfe had 4 for 20 and a TD.

    Fresno State's Isaac Kinter had 2 for 16 and a TD.

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    Cincinnati TE Brent Celek had an unreal 88 TD catch, while teammate Bill Poland had an 8 yard catch.

    Rutgers TE Clark Harris had 5 for 103.

    Mark Root had 3 for 62 for Air Force, and Beau Suder had a 17 yard catch.

    Ole Miss TE Robert Lane had a 7 yard catch.

    Kole Heckendorf had one 41 yard TD catch for North Dakota State.

    South Dakota State TE Chris Wagner had 7 for 120.
     
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    Riley Cooper is someone to watch in the future. With his size and 4.3 speed, he is special. I am surprised that they played him this late in the season and pulled his redshirt. Go Riley!!
     
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    UCLA's Logan Paulson had a 16 yard grab early on.

    Arizona State's Zach Miller had 4 for 35, while brother Brent had a 7 yard catch.
     
  23. Jimmy Chitwood

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    for his three touchdowns on three receptions totalling 82 yards, Florida's Riley Cooper was named the SEC Freshman PoW. [​IMG] btw, he is the first Florida freshman to catch 3 TD passess since Jabar Gaffney in 2000.
     
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    Wow, that is big news! His name sounds old school, to me anyway. I don't know if sporthistorian or whitelightning is lurking about, but I'm sure he's seen the clips of Archie Manning throwing strikes to Split End Riley Myers against Tennessee in 1969. When I Riley Cooper for the first time, I thought of him just because of the name and position.
     
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    Anthony Gonzalez had 4 catches for 50 yards and a TD vs. Michigan. While teammate Brian Hartline had 3 catches for 21 yards.
    Gonzo's season totals are 49 catches for 723 yards (14.8 YPC) and 8 TDs and Hartline's totals are 16 catches for 243 yards (15.2 YPC) and 2 TDs. [​IMG]

    I really like Hartline considering he's a freshmen putting up some good numbers and that he really came on strong at the end of the year. His numbers will go up a lot next year(same for Gonzo) if Ginn leaves early.
     

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