2012 Offensive/Defensive Players of The Week

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  1. C Young

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    Week 1

    Offensive POTW: Raijon Neal, RB - Jr., Tennessee Volunteers - Looks like Mr. Magoo is having a tough go of things in Blacksburg as opposed to that 5-Star Factory in Tuscaloosa. Neal ran all over V. Tech to the tune of 19 carries for 139 yards and 2 touchdowns on a pair of 16 yard runs. In an unspectacular Week 1, Neal stood out amongst his peers.

    Defensive POTW: Alec Ogletree, MLB - Jr., Georgia Bulldogs - Never thought I would write this but eberdeeber had a monsterous Week 1 on the defensive end of the field. Ogletree had 7 tackles and 3 sacks to lead the Bulldogs over the powerhouse Indiana Hoosiers....oops sorry wrong sport and wrong decade :(. Nevertheless kudos to coach Eber for handling biz on the defensive end of the field, hopefully the Dawgs don't go the way of those LSU Tigers!
     
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    Week 2

    Offensive POTW: Allen Robinson, WR - Soph., Penn State Nittany Lions - Makes sense that the shootout of the week would produce the Offensive POTW as Penn State barely edged Missouri 48-45 in Week 2. Robinson was a HUGE part of this making 7 catches for 224 yards and 2 touchdowns and absolutely torching Mizzou's secondary which was incredibly susceptible to the pump fake. Robinson is only a Sophomore, so look for him to torch more Big 10 secondaries in the future.

    Defensive POTW: Louchiez Purifoy, CB - Soph., Florida Gators - A rare week in which everyone's defensive stats basically look identical, so I've gotta go with the CPU. Pourifoy hounded Cocky Marine's offense with 6 tackles, 1 sack, and 1 pick six contributing to the 51-21 decimation of the Tennessee Volunteers, making them the ultimate GATOR BAIT. Looks like the CPU is a little tougher this year!
     
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    Get use to it!! Damn game set the LSU Tigers to fail because of their crappy QB situation. could never turn it around. New team, New Season, New Game : )
     
  4. Magoo

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    Hell Eber beat a user, good job!!! Look out Cocky there is a new sheriff in the SEC.
     
  5. C Young

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    Week 3

    Offensive POTW: Tyler Bray, QB - Jr., Tennessee Volunteers - Bray, the leading passer in the nation just went absolutely berserk this game completing 25/39 passes for 491 yards and 4 touchdowns! Someone draft this man ASAP! Looks like the Notre Dame defense is a little more pourous than we thought heading into the season. Cocky Marine looks to right the Vols ship and this just may be the shot in the arm his team needed.

    Defensive POTW: Bjoern Werner, DE - Jr., Florida State Seminoles - The BigKing finally makes it to the POTW section with a nice balanced performance from his DE Werner. We'll spare you the ridiculousness of his name and get on with his stats. 2 Tackles, 2 Sacks, 1 Pick, 1 Forced Fumble....this dude stuffed the stat sheet leading the beatdown and shutout of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Doubt BJ...err BK will have this much success against us users, but hand it to the guy for handling biz.
     
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  6. C Young

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    Week 4

    Offensive POTW: Logan Thomas, QB - R-Jr., Virginia Tech Hokies - First of all....GOD DAMN!! 6'6, 262?!?!? What a monsterous QB, and he put up monsterous numbers in week 4 with 353 yards passing and SIX....count em' SIX touchdowns!! Good job Magoo way to rebound and keep those fans hopefully in Hokie town!

    Defensive POTW: Adam Long, CB - Sr., Washington Huskies - This was CPU performance was dominant enough to make it and....ummmmm ouch WreckEm27....this guy laid the lumber, the smackdown, whatever you wanna call it....but he WRECKED em for 10 tackles, 2 forced fumbles and a pick to send Wreck and his Gophers to 0-4. Bye bye B1G title.
     
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    Week 6

    Offensive POTW: Stephen Morris, QB - Jr., Miami Hurricanes - Looks like "DA U" may be back to their old winning ways!! Chris Rouse is playing quite impressively with the Canes, and Morris may have entered his name into the Heisman Trophy picture with 396 passing yards and 4 touchdowns against clayandlbf's vaunted Clemson D. Looks like Hurns and Scott helped him out a little bit with 7 catches each, but watch out for this potent offense later in the season.


    Defensive POTW: Steven Jenkins, ROLB - Sr., TAMU Aggies - dj illmatic 23 makes his first appearance as his senior leader Steven Jenkins racked up 7 tackles and 2 sacks on the way to a dominant 52-17 victory against Ole Miss. Not an absolutely amazing performance, but good enough to get him POTW in a down defensive week!
     
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  8. BigKing

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    Vaunted Clemson D????? :doodie:
     
  9. C Young

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    haha forgot to project the sarcasm dripping from that one
     

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