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Oneback
02-06-2011, 01:17 PM
=============== #20 Oklahoma Sooners (6-3) ===============
Last week, Oklahoma lost 45-3 against Texas (10-0).
This week, the Sooners will host Texas Tech (4-5).
In recruiting news, the following Oklahoma targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) CB Taylor Edwards has committed to Texas A&M
- (****) WR Travis Long has committed to Oklahoma
- (****) WR Geremy Brooks has committed to Oklahoma
- (****) HB Dan Pope has committed to Oklahoma
- (***) QB Jason Willis has committed to Oklahoma
- (****) QB Randy Smith has committed to Oklahoma

=============== Clemson Tigers (7-4) ===============
Last week, Clemson lost 55-43 against Florida State (9-0).
This week, the Tigers are idle.
In recruiting news, the following Clemson targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) WR Anthony Franklin has committed to Northern Illinois
- (***) FS Gary Garcia has committed to NC State

=============== #2 Florida State Seminoles (9-0) ===============
Last week, Florida State won 55-43 against Clemson (7-4).
This week, the Seminoles will host Fresno State (7-2).
In recruiting news, the following Florida State targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) RG Nate Moore has committed to Texas
- (****) LE Josh Hamilton has committed to Florida State
- (***) ROLB Maurice Jones has committed to Florida State
- (***) SS Steven McKinley has committed to Florida State
- (***) SS Eric Carter has committed to Florida State

=============== #5 Miami Hurricanes (10-1) ===============
Last week, Miami won 42-0 against Wake Forest (6-4).
This week, the Hurricanes are idle.
In recruiting news, the following Miami targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) SS Derek Harris has committed to Miami
- (***) ROLB Lamont Berg has committed to Miami
- (***) ROLB Brandon Burton has committed to Miami

=============== #6 Michigan Wolverines (8-2) ===============
Last week the Wolverines were idle.
This week, the Wolverines travel to Bloomington to face the Indiana Hoosiers (2-6).
In recruiting news, the following Michigan targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) CB Ryan Harris has committed to Michigan

=============== #23 Texas A&M Aggies (6-3) ===============
Last week the Aggies were idle.
This week, the Aggies travel to Morgantown to face the West Virginia Mountaineers (5-5).
In recruiting news, the following Texas A&M targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) CB Taylor Edwards has committed to Texas A&M

=============== #17 Penn State Nittany Lions (7-3) ===============
Last week, Penn State lost 35-24 against Wisconsin (9-2).
This week, the Nittany Lions will host #24 Pittsburgh (6-3).
In recruiting news, the following Penn State targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) ROLB Isaac Butler has committed to Utah
- (****) LE Josh Hamilton has committed to Florida State

=============== Oregon Ducks (3-6) ===============
Last week, Oregon lost 41-28 against USC (8-1).
This week, the Ducks travel to Austin to face the #1 Texas Longhorns (10-0).

=============== #3 USC Trojans (8-1) ===============
Last week, USC won 41-28 against Oregon (3-6).
This week, the Trojans travel to Stillwater to face the Oklahoma State Cowboys (4-5).
In recruiting news, the following USC targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) DT Chuck Salas has committed to Arizona State
- (****) WR Michael Payne has committed to Ohio State
- (****) SS Darren Williams has committed to TCU
- (****) FS Jeff Palmer has committed to Stanford
- (*****) FB William McGrew has committed to USC
- (****) RG Nate Moore has committed to Texas

=============== #21 Virginia Tech Hokies (7-2) ===============
Last week, Virginia Tech lost 20-13 against Maryland (5-4).
This week, the Hokies will host Virginia (4-6).
In recruiting news, the following Virginia Tech targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) ROLB Lamont Berg has committed to Miami
- (****) SS Johnny Bolden has committed to Florida
- (****) WR Matt Franklin has committed to Virginia Tech
- (***) QB Clint McDuffie has committed to Virginia Tech

=============== #1 Texas Longhorns (10-0) ===============
Last week, Texas won 45-3 against Oklahoma (6-3).
This week, the Longhorns will host Oregon (3-6).
In recruiting news, the following Texas targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) RG Nate Moore has committed to Texas
- (****) LE Josh Hamilton has committed to Florida State
- (****) SS Darren Williams has committed to TCU

=============== #8 Wisconsin Badgers (9-2) ===============
Last week, Wisconsin won 35-24 against Penn State (7-3).
This week, the Badgers travel to Iowa City to face the Iowa Hawkeyes (5-5).
In recruiting news, the following Wisconsin targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) WR Anthony Franklin has committed to Northern Illinois
- (***) SS Steven McKinley has committed to Florida State
- (***) ROLB Maurice Jones has committed to Florida State

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JeffHCross
02-06-2011, 01:33 PM
Ooh ... was really hoping to jump either VT or Oklahoma this week in the Top 25. I've got two more victories on the way, but I don't think that'll be enough to stay in the Top 20 unless I can keep it really close against Papa. I knew losing to Oklahoma put my Top 20 chances into jeopardy ... and I really need to get in the Top 20 to have a chance at [5star].

RcSinger
02-06-2011, 01:55 PM
ya... well, I was optimistic that I would stay in the top 10 when I seen I only dropped to 9th after the rout by miami, but loosing to a bunch of box turtles screwed that wet dream. I just hope I can pull out the rest of the season.

Oneback
02-06-2011, 02:36 PM
Nick Cleveland Update: With 359 yards rushing against the wet paper bag defense of Indiana (mostly 70's OVR), Cleveland only trails Ron Dayne in career rushing yardage by 508 yards with games against Ohio State and their opponent in the Rose Bowl. Cleveland also trails only Texas running back Chris Whaley by 6 touchdowns for most touchdowns in a career.

Putting in his bid for the next great running back at Michigan true freshman Zach Gray rushes for 176 yards bringing his season total to 768 yards in the 52-0 win over the Hosiers.

Looking ahead to Ohio State who's defense looks to provide a bigger challenge, Cleveland will needs another day like today as USC will be the likely opponent in the Rose Bowl if there is any hope of breaking either record.

JeffHCross
02-06-2011, 02:41 PM
Yeah, well, Biakabutuka put up 313 against Ohio State, so anything's possible.

fsuprime
02-06-2011, 02:54 PM
FSU takes fresno to the woodshed and now waits for the matchup with UF.

JeffHCross
02-06-2011, 04:22 PM
Texas A&M goes into Morgantown and rolls, 73-26. The Mountaineers put up 13 points quickly in the 4th quarter against the Aggie's second-team defense, and the Aggies took exception to that, scoring 21 points in the final 2:45, including two touchdowns in the last 46 seconds of the game.

In all, the Aggies rushed 51 times for 399 yards and 9 touchdowns, and were led by Mister Jones' 25 attempts for 178 yards and 5 TDs. Star speed back Ben Malena was sidelined in the first quarter, otherwise the flood that hit Puskar Stadium may have been worse. The score was skewed by incredible field position that the Aggies had all day, starting many drives inside Mountaineers' territory.

In all, the Mountaineers put the ball on the ground five times, losing four, and threw one interception.

gschwendt
02-06-2011, 04:24 PM
Wisconsin defeats Iowa 51-28 but loses starting QB Jon Hunter for the remainder of the season. The Badgers gave up two fumbles which the Hawkeyes returned for a touchdown.

RcSinger
02-06-2011, 05:08 PM
Virginia Tech decides that they want to see if Virginia can score anything before the half before they decide to score. They couldn't help themselves though, as a defensive end got a chance to return an interception for a TD and we all know how excited D linemen get when they get the ball in their hands. The Secondary decided that they are still on vacation for the first half of this game, as they have been since the KO against Miami. In the third quarter the Hokies decided that they were tired of trying to let Virginia score and started playing a little offense, with a 57 yard option run by the QB. Virginia finally puts one in the end zone in the 3rd at the 3:54 mark only to miss the XP, they also missed a FG earlier in the contest. This TD was after two pussyfoot tackle attempts by the Hokie secondary. REplay to be saved.
All told the Hokies rushed for 158 yards, below par for the season, but a welcome return as of late for the ground game. As an individual effort though, Minor only rushed for 58.
Passing only for 77 yards in another lackluster performance in the air. 4 of 17 for booth
Virginia rushed for -13 yards and passed for 236.

The last 3 games have sparked come chatter around Blacksburg as to whether or not Coach RC is suited for this level. Some are saying that perhaps he is better suited for division 2. This win may work to calm some of the fans, but there is a definite cause for concern for the coaching staff.
3 straight games of less than 60 yards from a Heisman candidate indicates something is amiss.

On the year, Minor has accounted for 1277 yards on 175 carries and 20 TD's; hardly an unimpressive resume. He averages 7.2 yards per carry, a long of 76, and 227 yards after contact on 35 broken tackles.

psuexv
02-07-2011, 05:20 PM
Any update on when the Oregon/Texas game will be played? We get that one in and we should be good to advance, RC and Escobar just needed to recruit when I was on and ID needs to play. I think that was it... can't remember is Ryby was done.

ryby6969
02-07-2011, 06:11 PM
Miami is done.

psusnoop
02-07-2011, 09:10 PM
I'm playing after midtier recruiting

Papa LoneStar
02-08-2011, 07:18 PM
:Texas:

The #1 Longhorns dominate the coach-less Oregon Ducks 65-0 in Austin. Coach Kingpin was rumored to be hiding in an dorm room on campus shaking with fear of the #1 team in the country.

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Longhorn offense: 309 rushing yards, 0 turnovers

QB Carlos McDaniel, SoRS: 3-6 79 yards 1 TD 0 INT (back spasms....out for 3 weeks including the A&M game)

RB Earl Campbell II, Jr: 20 car 189 yards 6 TD

RB Bryson Hopkins, Jr: 9 car 56 yards 1 TD

RB Jerome Brown, FrRS: 8 car 46 yards

TE Colton Hall, Jr: 2 rec 51 yards

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Longhorn defense: 126 yards allowed (93 air, 33 ground), 2-9 3rd down conversions allowed, 6 turnovers forced

MLB Jordan Hicks, SrRS: 6 tackles (1 TFL), 1 INT, 1 forced fumble

DE Jackson Jeffcoat, SrRS: 4 tackles (2 TFL), 1 sack

DE Jonathan Johnson, FrRS: 5 tackles (3 TFL), 1 forced fumble

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Next up: Bye Week....then the LoneStar Showdown in Austin....7pm central....Thanksgiving Night....on ESPN

Papa LoneStar
02-08-2011, 07:24 PM
Sorry for the delay fellas....I'll take the blame for yesterday....got caught up in painting my house....weather has set me back.

psusnoop
02-08-2011, 07:34 PM
No worries here, gotta take care of those "assets"

gschwendt
02-08-2011, 09:04 PM
Advance!!!!!!!!!

JeffHCross
02-08-2011, 09:07 PM
ADVAAAAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNNNNCCCCCCCCCCEEEEEEEEEE!

:nod:

JeffHCross
02-08-2011, 10:43 PM
I'm guessing Oneback fell asleep.

Oneback
02-09-2011, 07:15 AM
Doing it now, sorry I didn't get home until late last night.