Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Maximus21, Feb 26, 2011.
Offense: Boise St.Defense: 3-4Scholarships: 16 (13 Seniors and Roster Size = 67)
18 seniors and 65 man roster=23 schollys
Offense: UL MonroeDefense: MultipleScholarships: 9 (70 roster + 9 seniors)
Things to ponder in the SEC for 2016
1. Will Florida ever win the SEC again? The Magic 8 ball says "No."
2. Will LSU make the BCS Title Game again and choke it away? The Magic 8 ball says "Very likely."
3. Will Ole Miss and Tennessee compete in the SEC with all the talent they have stockpiled? The Magic 8 ball says "Not a chance."
4. Will the SEC rape the Big Ten in their upcoming "Challenge?" The Magic 8 ball says: "No doubt."
Cal Bears season outlook
After a 8-5 season we look to Improve upon that,But it wont be easy.On defense we lost 4 starters in our secondary and a couple LBs.We will be starting alot of young guys in our secondary this season and depending on how they do will depend on how good we hold as a team.Important Note we do return MLB Slaughter who is usually wherever the ball is.
On offense we lose a few pieces but nothing too big to the point where we should lose too much of a step.We return our QB Zach Thompson Who looks to have a great senior season.John Smith also returns as our starting RB.Our receiving core is pretty much the same from last year and our offensive Line is better than it was last year even though we lost 3 starters.
We feel that we can contend for the Pac 10 title even though there is a Major talent difference between Cal and USC. USC comes in as the Favorite to win The Pac 10 but We feel we can compete.
Way to start it off right, bruh!
I agree with all of these things and can't really argue that I'll blow the season at some point. I have to get that monkey off my back before I make any other kind of prediction.
2016 Pre-Season All-SEC1st Team OffenseQB Brian Davis - GeorgiaHB Clarence Webster - Florida HB Robbie Valentine - Mississippi St.WR Preston Lewis - GeorgiaWR Brian Copeland - LSU TE Shannon Roach - ArkansasLT Cory Williams - ArkansasLG Arthur Smith - Florida C Eric Bailey - Tennessee RG Derek Harwell - Arkansas RT Dan Long - Arkansas 1st Team Defense RE Joe Weber - Tennessee RE Ryan Lewis - Auburn DT Tim Hall - Florida DT William Welsh - Florida LOL Ryan Casey - Florida MLB Michael Smith - LSU ROLB Cedric Wright - ArkansasCB Terrell Harrell - LSUCB Colby Day - South CarolinaFS Danny Haynes - FloridaSS James Cabral - South Carolina 1st Team Special Teams K Aaron Luke - LSU P Tony Sanchez - AuburnRET Tim Fuller - Ole Miss2nd Team OffenseQB Jon Welsh - LSUHB Rob Bentley - TennesseeHB Blake Sims - GeorgiaWR D.J. Hampton - LSUWR Brandon Quinn - TennesseeTE Ken Swan - GeorgiaLT Mike Drew - TennesseeRG Trent Horner - AlabamaC Mike Armstrong - Mississippi St.RG Joe Barnes - GeorgiaRT Thomas Parker - Georgia2nd Team Defense
LE Marlon Romero - LSURE Carnell McMahan - South CarolinaDT Jason Schultz - Ole MissDT Patrick Evans - VanderbiltROLB Bobby Jordan - GeorgiaMLB Jason Hawkins - FloridaROLB Randy Edwards - KentuckyCB David Parks - TennesseeCB Randy King - TennesseeFS Richard Bolden - South CarolinaSS Keith Whitworth - Auburn2nd Team Special TeamsK Rodney Smith - AuburnP Andrew Gilbert - AlabamaRET Dominic Weaver - Georgia
Right out the gate I knocked out 2 needs already.
2 star P J.King from Black Diamond,Wa
3 star C S.Rivas From San Mateo,Ca
It looks like another year with a good crop of players for LSU. We didn't get any signings wrapped up week 1 but we have a lot players with the Tigers as their top choice and we hope to capitalize on that.
This week I want to highlight one player in particular who has LSU as his #1 destination:
QB (#2) Jason Gibson - Gibby is the prototypical drop back passer. He has A THP and B+ THA and is slow as hell. Usually these guys favor USC (Siegel and Madison in particular) and the Trojans are #2 on his list but the Tigers hope to snag this rocket-armed youngster.
u will because of this a-hole wr
Week 1Eastern Michigan @ Michigan -19.5 -- Michigan CoveredOhio @ Ohio St. -20.5Clemson @ Texas -14.5 -- Clemson CoveredMinnesota @ Cincinnati -- Game PlayedWest Virginia @ Michigan St. +14.5 -- Michigan St. CoveredUSC @ Notre Dame +23.5 -- USC CoveredSyracuse @ Florida -30.5 -- Syracuse Covered Nebraska @ LSU -17.5 -- LSU Covered@benbuckeye - 200@bigtubb_ - 200@boondock3691 - 200@forever97 - 200@Highyella - 200@JerzeyReign - 200Maximus21 - 200@Mr2Bits - 200@nkmi1984 - 200@ticketp1 - 200
Forgot about that lol. I'll talk to @JerzeyReign about the penalty and we'll get it squared away.
Week 1 - Mich and USC for 100 each
Ohio state 100
100 on Tex and OSU
150 notre dame to cover
Offense: Notre DameDefense: Multiplescholarships: 16 (roster size 66 + 12 Seniors)
Will Oklahoma be able to compete with Texas for The Big 12 Title?
Texas has some key losses as Jared Stanley and Matt Scott(bott 99 ovr RB's) have left for the NFL The Longhorns are going back to what coach Drunken is best at, the pass happy spread offense. With a stud at QB this seems like a good idea the only problem is a lack of playmakers. The WR core isnt great and the running back tandem isnt going to out run anybody so things are going to be tough this year. The LongHorn defense should be top notch and will have to lead the way to a great season.
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Players of the Week
Mike Payne, Halfback: 23 att, 150 yds, 10 rec yds, 3 total TD @ Cin (L,36-33)
Kyle Moore, Strong Safety: 6 tkls, 2 TFL, 1 sack vs. WVU (L,45-31)]
Victor Goins, Halfback: 30 att, 160 yds, 2 TD, 6 rec, 101 yds vs. FCS SE (W,59-7)
Bryan Morton, ROLB: 3 tkls, 2 TFL, 4 atk, 1 sk, 1 FF, 1 FR vs. ISU (W, 30-3)
Sam Barnes, QB: 23-27, 328 yds, 4 TD, 15 car, 27 yds vs. UNM (W,45-3)
Anthony Hamilton, CB: 5 atk, 1 FF vs. Pitt (W, 31-20)
Matt Parker, QB: 12-16, 247 yds, 6 TD vs. Army (W,63-7)
Stephen Jackson, CB: 2 tkls, 1 TFL, 1 atk, 1 FF vs. ECU (W, 17-7)
Andy Church, QB: 29-43, 515 yds, 4 TD, 10 att, 15 yds @ IU (W,42-23)
Micah Thompson, MLB: 7 tkls, 4 TFL, 2 atk, 4 sacks vs. Minn (W,19-7)
Justin Johnston, HB: 25 att, 237 yds, 2 TD, 42 rec yds vs. OSU (W,28-21)
Rick Johnson, FS: 1 tkl, 2 TFL, 1 atk, 1 sk, 1 FF @ Pur (W,48-0)
Victor Goins, HB: 25 att, 143 yds, 4 TD, 4 rec, 66 yds, 1 TD @ Wisc (W,49-38)
Matt Wynn, SS: 5 tkls, 1 atk vs. Pur (W,28-23)
PreseasonPreseason Rankings#1 (benbuckeye)#9 #11 #16 #18 (JerzeyReign)All Americans1st Team Clarence Williams, HB Sam Ford, WR Jason Hill, RG2nd Team Antone Watson, HB Ron Williams, LE Matt Nugent, K Markell Bell, CBAll Big 10
The Sun Don't Shine ForeverPatterson, Williams Have Ann Arbor Thinkin' TitleAnn Arbor, MI- The Michigan Wolverines have Ann Arbor rockin' these days as most starters have returned for one more season, including Heisman hopeful Clarence Williams. The Wolverines finished 10-3 last season as Williams ran for 1,712 yards and 26 touchdowns. Ernest Brock, last season's starter, has regressed and true Freshman Joe Brown will be the Michigan starter heading into the season. Last season then-freshman QB Joe Brown was yanked after an embarassing loss to rival Notre Dame. He hasn't improved therefore relinquishing the keys to the frosh.Ray Patterson and James Oliver hope to help the freshman QB out tremendously as they both have improved over the offseason. Due to the incompetence of their QBs both WRs aren't having the spectacular seasons they thought they were. Patterson is still getting some recognition as he caught 41 balls for 924 yards last season after going over the 1,000 yard mark in his freshman season. He looks to build on that success as he and Oliver worked hard for this upcoming season as their ratings have jumped to 99 and 95 overall.On defense the Wolverines will once again rely on teamwork. Even though they were a bend but don't break unit last season, they hope to improve tremendously as much of the young core has matured. Led by seniors Matt Arnold at linebacker and Clint Everett at FS the Wolverines look to play a little more stifling set of defense this season. If sophmore linebacker Travis Patrick develops this season the Wolverines may once again challenge for the Big 10 crown.Out of conference games at Oklahoma State and LSU will be benchmarks for this version of the Wolverines. Throw in hosting the Florida Gators and going up against the talented teams in the Big 10, every win for the Wolverines will be earned this season.
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