2014 College Football Season Week 9

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  1. Riddlewire

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    I'm not sure I've ever seen this in an FBS game before.
    In tonight's Arkansas State vs Louisiana-Lafayette matchup, when ULL is on offense, ALL 22 players on the field are black. ULL subbed in a white H-back on the goal line for one play and ASU has one white O-lineman, but other than that, this is the blackest game in FBS history.
    Welcome to the future of college football in about ten more years.
     
  2. Leonardfan

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    That is ridiculous. I won't miss it if it get's to that point. I had no issue with missing the Notre Dame FSU coal bowl.
     
  3. celticdb15

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    What happened to Scheurman?! And geez southern schools are the worse. Louisiana should have at least 7 starters and Arkansas St should be at least half white with their demographics.. pathetic.
     
  4. Leonardfan

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    Carden looks good so far tonight and has been a really overlooked player nationally.
     
  5. Leonardfan

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    Carden goes for over 400 yds passing again leading ECU to another victory. He is the best QB no one talks about.
     
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    Sorry, we in the caste media are not interested. He's not an exciting, explosive, dynamic, oppressed minority with a room-brightening smile. Now, lets forget about this guy and talk about "famous" Jameis Winston, Brett Hundley and Everett Golston..........
     
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    This just in from the USF at Cincinnati game, "Gunner Kiel is faster than he looks, he has deceptive speed."
     
  8. Riddlewire

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    And now Kiel is injured. Seems like a "rest of the game" type of thing.

    And holy hell, how is Munchy Lego still in college? He must be a ninth year senior by now.
     
  9. white lightning

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    Now Cincinattis freshman running back gets hurt with 6 seconds left in the game. Should injury. The kid looked good but they should have had the qb taking a knee at that point in the game. Stupid coach. You just can't make this stuff up.
     
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    Even with both Taysom Hill & Matt Miller out...A couple of explosive plays by some WR's....Former walk-on(go figure!) Colby Pearson (BYU) with a 81 yard TD & Thomas Sperbeck(Boise St) a 78 yard TD....BTW Last week Mitch Matthews finished the game w 16 rec for 181 yards vs Nevada

    WR Matt Miller is out for the year w injury...announcers already say he will be healing up in time for the NFL Combine...

    Freshman Dual-threat QB Luke Rebenzer runs like a tailback had a 12 yard TD run for Cal...

    It was eye popping to see one white player(TE) on the field when UL-Lafayette played Arkansas State

    BTW Shane Carden has 7 games in his career with over 400 yards passing!
     
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  11. Leonardfan

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    Boise St. WR Thomas Sperbeck looks pretty promising. It's a shame that Burroughs never seems to get to see the field but at least Sperbeck(a sophomore) looks to have solidified a major role in the offense the next few years.

    As far as Matt Miller, I think he is a Jordy Nelson clone. Big, strong and will run in the high 4.4s. Hopefully Jordy's success can help some of our younger guys coming out much like Wes Welker did for slot WRs.

    BYU WR Mitch Matthews has an outside shot at 1000 yards for the season. He is a specimen at 6'6 215 lbs. I wish they would throw more deep routes for him.

    Gunner Kiel played really well when he was in the game, he just needs to limit the hits he gets because he has had a few pretty significant injuries.

    Goff played well, Cal cannot play defense. I think Goff, Davis Webb and Hackenberg (all true sophomores) have a great shot at being 1st round picks in 2016 or 2017.

    Speaking of Davis Webb I hope he plays well against TCU, all this trayvon boykin talk annoys me.

    I don't think PSU will beat Urban's blackguys today. Franklin has shown to be an incompetent tactician and the media seems to want to blame the o-line. PSU has a solid defense though and Hackenberg is capable of big things so I am hoping for the upset.

    Patrick Towles has emerged as one of the best QBs in the SEC and no one talks about him. I hope he defeats the media's black QB messiah of the month Prescott.

    Jake Waters should enter the Heisman conversation with a win this week as well, he is one of/if not the most overlooked "dual-threat" QBs in the country (everyone on this site knows why).
     
  12. Leonardfan

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    Another bit of good news as both UNC and Syracuse are under NCAA investigation. Just goes to show how corrupt college sports are and how many undeserving affletes get pampered by these schools.
     
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    What is most amazing is how "shocked" the media is when reporting this stuff. The vast majority of D1 programs have all kinds of "no work" curricula to ensure that their ghetto mercenaries can take the field every week. Plus, many (probably most) did not meet the enrollment qualifications for the university and are being handed tens of thousands of dollars in a free scholarship. They are an "academic exception", "hardship qualification" or other such rot. And then when the masters of the one-legged "A" show up, you expect them to complete college-level work? Hah! :afro:
     
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    Very White Kansas State just demolished an ugly looking Texas team. They are ranked 11th and if they run the table should be in the playoffs. Also, their QB Waters should be in the Heisman discussion.
     
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    Tyrone Swoopes with 106 yards passing and a 33.6 QBR. He could be the next Geno Smiff or Logan Thomas. The NFL is probably very interested in this dual threat quotaback.
     
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    Great to see Wisconsin absolutely pummel Maryland 52-7 today. Tanner McEvoy had a very athletic 60 yard run for a TD where he broke tackels and weaved all over the field. Alex Erickson also had a beautiful 47-yard TD catch where he was grabbed in the air by the black DB, yet still made the catch in the endzone, and drew a PI flag on the DB for good measure.
     
  17. Leonardfan

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    Jordan Taylor with a huge game - 4 receptions 137 yds and 1 td.
     
  18. Riddlewire

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    A great effort by Towles of Kentucky today, but just too many critical negro drops in the passing game.

    add: Spoke too soon?

    wow. Worst onside kick in the history of football.
     
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  19. Leonardfan

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    Towles showed up to play today. He is a superior QB to Prescott who is somehow the frontrunner in the Heisman. Towles totally outplayed him.
     
  20. white lightning

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    Some of you guys here should give the AZ Wildcats a chance. Yes they are not very likeable on offense but their defense is so much fun to watch. Scooby Wright had 3 sacks today and he caused two fumbles to go along with countless tackles. He is the best overall player in the Pac 12. It's like watching a little less physical JJ Watt(college version). The kid is amazing and they have a snow patrol on defense. they will win again today in another blowout. Their only loss was because the field goal kicker missed 3 field goals out of four attempts in a 2 point loss. A good team to watch for those who like defense.
     
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    Wisconsin was amazing today! Forgot to get that in.
     
  22. Riddlewire

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    Geez, the tackling in the SEC is atrocious this year.
    It doesn't matter which game you watch. They're the same on every team. The defensive linemen are competent. Every player behind them is a joke.
     
  23. Leonardfan

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    BSPN lackeys and SEC fanboys Fowler and Musberger have spoken up today in defense of the SEC:
    http://www.sportingnews.com/ncaa-fo...e-gameday-sec-network-rant-bo-pelini-nebraska

    I totally agree - it is the most overrated conference and as the feeder into the NFL the terrible tackling and lack of fundamentals are on display every week in the NFL. So many college teams have coal black and terrible defenses. Texas Tech gave up 82 points today - that is ridiculous.
     
  24. Leonardfan

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    Both Hull and Zettel have interceptions vs Urban Meyer's quotaback. The PSU offense is terrible and I put the blame on Franklin and his offensive coordinator. O'Brien did such a great job building an offense and utilizing two TE sets. All this PSU offense does is throw WR screens.
     
  25. Riddlewire

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    It's a shame PSU has no competent runningbacks.

    add: Speaking of competent runningbacks, does anybody know what happened to Zach Laskey? He didn't play for GaTech today.

    add2: NM, shoulder injury. And since GT won, Johnson will probably bench Laskey permanently now.
     

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