Week 6 Content/Discussion

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  1. SodaAddict

    SodaAddict Proud Hurt Locker Commish

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    Welcome to Week 6 Everyone.

    We have 2 user games this week:
    Florida vs LSU, and Oklahoma vs Texas.

    We will be advancing Friday night at midnight at the latest.


    Good luck to everyone.
     
  2. AJ Hart MN

    AJ Hart MN Marseille - TFL Season 1 Champions

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    When can I post my recruit info?? This class is already looking sick. You guys will not like what you see when I unveil these kids.
     
  3. ryalaman

    ryalaman Walk On

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    I'll get the SEC stuff up soon. I have some work to do, so it probably wont come until much later tonight.
     
  4. ctvolfan

    ctvolfan Vol for Life!!

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    I noticed that AJ, i continue to drop kids off my board cause I know I have no chance to snag them with the recruiting muscle you have developed.
     
  5. SodaAddict

    SodaAddict Proud Hurt Locker Commish

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    We will do something with it within this game week or next.

    What do you think would be better? Having me post everyone's commits up to this point? Or having every individual do a write-up on their recruits to this point?
     
  6. AJ Hart MN

    AJ Hart MN Marseille - TFL Season 1 Champions

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    Well I have 5 of my 14 schollies filled already with the rest of the 9 pretty much accounted for so if i'm not leading on a recruit your going after, don't worry bout the Gators, we'll lay low.
     
  7. ctvolfan

    ctvolfan Vol for Life!!

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    Ha keep up the good work man. Take some recruits from Oklahoma if you want.
     
  8. SodaAddict

    SodaAddict Proud Hurt Locker Commish

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    Just make sure all of you have your scholarships accounted for by the offseason like AJH... It would make the offseason go way faster...

    (and I would get free reign on all the guys that come on during the offseason)
     
  9. MexiRican35

    MexiRican35 ┬┐Te quieres naranjas?

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    Gotta love those :5stars: offseason recruits
     
  10. ryalaman

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    The SEC put together a solid week, not losing any non-conf games and generally solidifying their hold as the best conference in football. The Gators look to be the class of the conference and are currently ranked #1 in both polls, although tough tests this week against LSU (#7 Coaches, #9 Media) and South Carolina (#4 Coaches, #2 Media) await them over the next 2 weeks.

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    Look out everyone, this Gator team looks dominant. They traveled to Kentucky for a big game against a solid SEC foe and beat up on the Wildcats. They jumped out to a 24-0 lead before Kentucky could respond and at that point it was already too late. While the Wildcats did score a TD before the break to make it 24-7, the Gators would score twice in the second half to push the final margin to 34-7. Player of the game was Lance West who threw for 337 yards and 3 TDs.

    This week the Gators will face off against the Tigers of LSU.

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    This was a game that was both encouraging and discouraging to the Crimson Tide. The Good: They managed to score 59 points (and 38 unanswered) and get the win against UL-L. The Bad: They had to fall behind 14-0 after the first quarter in order to finally wake up and ended up allowing 27 points. While the Tide faithful are no doubt happy with the win, the coaching staff must be thinking about ways to fix some of those problems, because against an SEC opponent, they might not have been so lucky.

    This week the Georgia Bulldogs will come to town.

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    LSU rebounded well from last week's loss, beating a solid Utah squad 52-30. The result of the game was never really in doubt as the Tigers never trailed in this one. The closest Utah could pull it was 7 points at 2 different points in the 2nd quarter (21-14 and 28-21). The second quarter was actually one of the highest scoring in SEC history with 38 points scored total between the teams. The player of the game was (without question) Mike Ford who ran for 230 yards and 4 TDs.

    Next week LSU will travel to the Swamp for a huge matchup with the #1 Gators.


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    South Carolina escaped what would have been a disappointing letdown by beating Vanderbilt 17-14. The Gamecock offense was anemic for much of the game, and the only score they managed in the second half was a 1 play scoring drive in which Marcus Lattimore took the handoff on the counter and raced 80 yards untouched for a TD to put them ahead by the final margin. The Gamecock offense did come up with another huge second half drive however, after getting the ball back with 7 min to go in the game, a steady dose of the running game let South Carolina run the clock out without giving the Commodores another crack at it. Player of the game was Marcus Lattimore with 183 yards and a TD on the ground as well as 5 catches for 55 yards.

    This week South Carolina will welcome BCS buster TCU into Colombia.

    SEC Game of the Week:

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    As if there was any doubt. This monster matchup will be one of the most entertaining games of the whole year. The Gators and their passing game have been lighting up SEC defenses but LSU may not roll over so easily. They're one of the few teams in the country with the horses to compete with Florida and Mike Ford is an absolute gamebreaker. While I anticipate a close one, the fact that this game is in the Swamp leads me to...

    Florida- 34
    LSU- 27

    This Week's SEC Standings:
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  11. AJ Hart MN

    AJ Hart MN Marseille - TFL Season 1 Champions

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    Big week for the Gators.. If we come away unscathed, we should be looking very good.
     
  12. PAgamer07

    PAgamer07 We're the ship without a storm

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    The biggest news around the ACC isn't what the user teams have done, but the CPU teams. Most of which Florida State. The Seminoles aided by superhuman coaching and execution have beaten: Boston College and Miami in back to back weeks since our last update. Outside of Virginia Tech, they are the only other team unbeaten in Conference play. Something has to give here if we dont want to see a CPU team in the Conference Championship.

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    5-0 (3-0)
    The Hokies continue to roll along. Their most recent win over North Carolina was one of their closes all season as they squeaked out a 5 point victory. Their two back offense of HB David Wilson and Tony Gregory have combined for 800 yards and 11 TD. MLB Quillie Odom has been playing inspired ball, and currently has 24 tackles (5 for loss), 1 INT, 1 sack and 2 Forced Fumbles.​
    In recruiting news they have not had any significant recruits the last few weeks, and are working hard on landing some guys.​
    Up next, it's the aforementioned Florida State Seminoles in a huge game in which the entire ACC will be watching. Someone has to lose, and I sure as hell hope it's the Seminoles.​
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    3-2 (2-1)
    Clemson nearly snatched victory from the Jaws of Defeat in Week 4 against Boston College. But a 14 point 4th quarter was not enough as they fell 24-31. They were on a mission the following week as they destroyed Wake Forest: 51-16. QB Kyle Parker needs to protect the ball better. He's thrown for 1300+ yards with 7 TD. But he has 5 INT to go with it. CB Darius Robinson has been on fire, and already has 3 INT this season. He's certainly a player to watch for All-ACC All American.​

    In recruiting news they haven't had any huge signings, but :3stars:TE Damon Harris a 6'6" 240 pounder out of St. Simons, Georgia will probably have an impact on the team in the future. He's a really big guy, and will make an easy target for whoever is quarterbacking the team when he debuts.​
    Up next for the Tigers is the NC State Wolfpack. A team they should beat pretty easily and improve to 3-1 in conference.​
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    5-1 (3-1)
    The biggest news out of Boston College was their heartbreaking loss to Florida State. With no time left on the clock, they completed a 52 yard Hail Mary to force Overtime. They would win OT with a TD pass out of the backfield to FB Lonnie Pryor. QB Mike Marscovetra is having a career year, and could possibly end up in Heisman talks. He's thrown 12 TD to only 3 INT and 1400 yards. On defense MLB Luke Kuechly is one of the best defensive players in the ACC. He has twice as many tackles (36) as the next guy on the team. He's got 2 sacks, an INT and 2 Forced Fumbles.​
    :4stars:WR Chris Ralph was a huge commit for the Eagles. He's not overly big, but he has great hands and runs a 4.42 fourty. Which scouts estimate as B+ or A- speed.​
    The Eagles have a pretty easy game next week against Wake Forest, but then it's undefeated Virginia Tech. Neither team can look ahead though, as any team is capable of pulling the upset.​
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    3-2 (0-2)
    The "U" stands for underachievers as the Hurricanes are now 0-2 in conference play. Highlighted by an embarassing home loss with over a dozen recruits in attendance against arch-rival Florida State. The sad part about this loss, was that confidence was sky high after a huge win over Nebraska and even with 1 loss, the 'Canes were ranked #6 in the country. WR Tommy Streeter is playing exceptionally well in his first season as a first team starter, with 541 receiving yards and 4 TD. DE Olivier Vernon has been playing well of late and leads the team with 4 sacks.​
    In recruiting news, the Canes grabbed one of the Top 150 players in the country: :4stars:WR Paul Allen. A 6'1" with a large 199 pound frame, who is tough (B+ catch in traffic) and good speed which scouts rate at B+.​
    Expect the Canes to jump up in the polls as the next 4 weeks should all be easy victories: Duke, Virginia, Georgia Tech and UNC all await their beating. The Canes are not happy, and look to take it out on their opponents.​
    Top Players of Week 5:
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    HB David Wilson (Virginia Tech): 20 carries, 198 yards 2TD
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    DT Antoine Hopkins (Virginia Tech): 9 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 Forced Fumble
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  13. BoSoxFan58

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    Virginia Tech Wins Tough Road Game

    VT 35 UNC 30

    Turnovers plagued the Virginia Tech Offense and ultimately kept the Tar Heels in the game for most of the way. "The ACC is not an easy conference to go on the road and come away with easy victories. We had to work for this one, but notch another in the win column." said D-Coordinator Bud Norris.

    Freshman Receiver Brian Hall had a big 80-yard catch and run right before halftime to give the Hokies the lead heading into the locker room. It marks the second week in a row that the Hokies had an offensive play go for 80 yards.

    The Defense has had a tough time with the running game the past two weeks, but looks to improve with the looming game against Florida State at home.

    Tech knows how good the Seminole team that comes to Lane Stadium is as they have taken out three user teams already this season. "We will be ready, Guranteed." said star Running Back David Wilson.

    On flying under the radar in the National Polls: "You know we see it, we get press clippings every week on what is written about our team. It is just motivation because we know what we can do as a football team and where we deserve to be ranked. It is bothersome that all these one-loss teams are ranked ahead of us, but all that matters is where we are at the end of the season. The ACC is too tough to get caught up in rankings and all that, we will earn our respect by the season's end and that is all we care about." said senior Wide Receiver Xavier Boyce.
     
  14. PAgamer07

    PAgamer07 We're the ship without a storm

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    Sorry for the delay on this. We move so damn fast, and missed went thru 2 weeks before I had time to do it :(
     
  15. mboda

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    Great job man. Nice touch adding the recruits too.

    :4stars:WR Chris Ralph is probably the best recruit ive gotten in my 3 years at BC.
     
  16. mboda

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    Boston College 45
    Ole Miss 14
    Boston College has their way with Ole Miss in a 45-14 dominating victory. In the first half BC's offense was unstoppable leading to a 31-0 halftime lead. BC QB Mike Marscovetra was almost perfect on the day going 18-21 for 304 yards and 4 TD's. He did a nice job getting everybody catches also as 5 receivers had at least 3 catches. RB's Rolandan Finch and Shane Hall had decent games as they combined for 27 carries for 135 yards and 2 TD's.

    Next week BC goes on the road to take on Wake Forest,
     
  17. ryalaman

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    Beat TCU 44-42 on a last second FG. Kind of the polar opposite to the game last week which I won 17-14. Lattimore struggled on the ground and could only get 64 yards so I had to drop back and throw a lot. Clifford ended up with 251 yards and 4 TDs. Also, turnovers nearly killed me. I think I gave them a 4 yard and 10 yard field after turnovers.

    And jeez the CPU is tough. So far I beat ECU handily, beat UGA by 4, beat Vandy by 3, and now TCU by 2.
     
  18. SodaAddict

    SodaAddict Proud Hurt Locker Commish

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    Clemson spent this week licking their wounds after starting the season a disappointing 3-2.

    They will have to avoid overlooking NC State next week on route to a big showdown with Virginia Tech in two weekends.

    Looking forward, following the Virginia Tech game, Clemson plays less than stellar Georgia Tech and Duke squads before its murder's row of opponents to close out the season.

    The last 3 Opponents, in order, for Clemson are Florida State, USC, and South Carolina, who have 0 losses between them to this point.
     
  19. BoSoxFan58

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    Good job, pagamer. I'm loving this thread, it really keeps me updated on all the going on's in the ACC.

    Looking forward to getting to my User Games.
     
  20. SodaAddict

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    Yup, the conference threads are very awesome. I appreciate you guys doing that very much. It gives me time to do the preview show and the evaluations and such.
     
  21. SodaAddict

    SodaAddict Proud Hurt Locker Commish

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    This week we have two user games between conference foes.



    Texas vs Oklahoma

    The first user game this week is the famous Red River Rivalry between Texas and Oklahoma.

    Each of the teams comes in to the game with a loss and they will both be hoping to keep National Championship hopes alive in what has been a wacky start to the 2012 season.

    Texas coach ctvolfan, whose interviews are always enlightening, had this to say in his interview this week: "This season so far has gone very well. However we still have a lot of work to do. That lose to Alabama still lingers in my mind of what could have been. Nothing we can do now but move forward and prepare every week like it is our last.

    I am not one to make predictions on wins and losses, but I can say that I believe we will be in the mix to compete for the Big 12 championship with an opportunity to make a BCS bowl game. These next two games on our schedule will tell us a lot about this team and the direction we take for the rest of the season.

    If for some reason we do not make or win the Big 12 this year I look for a team like Oklahoma who has tons of talent on both sides of the ball to be right there come seasons end.

    Boy this has been a fun week of preparation. You can feel the energy across campus from the fans to the players to alumni making the trip to Dallas for the game. The team seems focused and I look for a hard fought ball game from both sides.

    This week during practice we have hit on a few key things that we believe will make a big difference come Saturday. One being the pass rush. We have gotten great pressure all season long and we need to get pressure on OU's quarterback Drew Allen. He is putting up big numbers and we need to rattle him to make a difference. Secondly, the secondary is going to have to be ready for another big game. Coming off a 4 int performance versus Baylor they seem to be feeling good. DeJuan Miller and Justin McCay are big time recievers who make big plays in big games. We are going to have to play as a unit back there to stop these guys.

    On offense Tre Newton is having a phenominal year, if he can stay healthy he will continue that. We need a big game out of him to take pressure off of the passing game.
    Defensively, Kenny Smith our top CB is going to have to step up and have a huge game stopping these top notch wide receivers.

    The red river rivalry is a huge game with championship implications writin all over it. These game will come down to turnovers and time of possesion. I believe our boys are ready to play. See ya Saturday. Go Horns!!"

    Oklahoma's new head coach is still trying to get acquainted with the responsibilities of being a head coach after being promoted from Offensive Coordinator. As such, coach T Bird8329 did not have too much to say in his interview this week. But, nevertheless, he gave us a few minutes of his time to throw in a word or two: "We are happy to take over a very talented team that has some quality wins and our only loss to the number 1 ranked team in the nation...most important is we control our own destiny...the sky is still the limit so we feel good about that.


    With out a doubt we expect to contend for the conference title and a major bowl....anything short of that would be a huge disappointment. If its not us, I'd bet on Texas. They seem to be loaded with talent, and have won some big games already."


    This one is always hard to call, as both teams are just consistently loaded with talent. I'm gonna flip an imaginary coin and call this one.

    My Prediction: Texas 30 - Oklahoma 28

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    Florida vs LSU

    Still to come?
     
  22. SodaAddict

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    Passing Stats


    Name Position Team Att Comp Int TDs Yards
    McCarron, AJ QB Alabama 90 44 5 7 1015
    Foster, Anthony QB Alabama 10 4 0 0 66
    Lacy, Eddie HB Alabama 3 3 0 0 -6
    Marscovetra, Mike QB Boston College 171 99 3 12 1464
    Shinskie, Dave QB Boston College 1 0 0 0 0
    Parker, Kyle QB Clemson 128 74 5 7 1303
    Boyd, Tajh QB Clemson 10 3 1 0 36
    West, Lance QB Florida 78 55 2 9 1039
    Davis, Anthony QB Florida 60 34 2 5 450
    Powell, Ronald RE Florida 0 0 0 0 -2
    Boone, Kadron QB LSU 103 54 9 6 1019
    Kent, John QB LSU 11 5 0 0 77
    Mingo, Keke RE LSU 0 0 0 0 20
    Thomas, Jamaal QB Miami 129 84 7 9 1453
    Franklin, James QB Missouri 140 78 4 6 1071
    Glaser, Ashton QB Missouri 1 1 0 1 11
    Martinez, Taylor QB Nebraska 141 74 5 5 977
    Carnes, Brion QB Nebraska 2 1 1 0 8
    Allen, Drew QB Oklahoma 107 60 1 9 941
    Bell, Blake QB Oklahoma 8 3 1 0 40
    Clifford, Andrew QB South Carolina 116 73 5 8 1073
    Shaw, Connor QB South Carolina 3 1 0 0 22
    Wood, Connor QB Texas 103 63 2 5 909
    McCoy, Case QB Texas 2 1 0 0 18
    Thomas, Logan QB Virginia Tech 112 52 7 5 769
    Wilson, David HB Virginia Tech 1 1 0 0 20
    McCray, Zack RE Virginia Tech 0 0 0 0 1



    Rushing Stats




    Name Position Team Att Fumbles Long TDs Yards
    Richardson, Trent HB Alabama 110 6 57 11 682
    Lacy, Eddie HB Alabama 16 0 22 1 107
    Foster, Anthony QB Alabama 12 0 34 1 66
    Greco, Jeremy WR Alabama 1 0 9 0 9
    Marrow, Mike FB Alabama 5 0 4 0 8
    Bowman, Michael WR Alabama 2 0 7 0 4
    Bell, Kenny WR Alabama 0 1 0 0 0
    Murphy, Curtis WR Alabama 0 1 0 0 0
    McCarron, AJ QB Alabama 11 3 10 0 -25
    Hall, Shane HB Boston College 31 0 39 3 270
    Phifer, Sterlin HB Boston College 45 2 37 2 214
    Finch, Rolandan HB Boston College 51 0 44 4 210
    Marscovetra, Mike QB Boston College 11 1 19 0 6
    Lee, Clyde WR Boston College 1 0 4 0 4
    Phillips, Shakim WR Boston College 0 2 0 0 0
    Shinskie, Dave QB Boston College 2 0 0 0 -4
    Ellington, Andre HB Clemson 68 1 18 6 347
    McDowell, Roderick HB Clemson 30 0 15 3 135
    Brown, Jaron WR Clemson 2 0 37 1 52
    Cooper, Sam FB Clemson 6 0 13 2 23
    Beasley, Victor TE Clemson 1 1 5 0 5
    Hopkins, DeAndre WR Clemson 2 1 5 0 5
    Boyd, Tajh QB Clemson 7 1 13 0 0
    Allen, Dwayne TE Clemson 0 1 0 0 0
    McNeal, Bryce WR Clemson 0 1 0 0 0
    Buice, Demont HB Clemson 1 0 0 0 -2
    Parker, Kyle QB Clemson 15 2 24 0 -36
    Brown, Mack HB Florida 73 0 26 4 368
    Gillislee, Mike HB Florida 41 1 22 7 199
    Wright, Tim HB Florida 27 0 24 3 164
    Debose, Andre WR Florida 5 0 13 1 24
    Dunkley, Chris WR Florida 5 0 12 1 23
    Archie, Larry FB Florida 8 0 7 1 18
    Schroeder, Tim HB Florida 1 0 8 0 8
    Alli, Stephen WR Florida 3 0 6 0 8
    Davis, Anthony QB Florida 5 0 21 0 -9
    West, Lance QB Florida 2 1 0 0 -12
    Ford, Mike HB LSU 105 2 79 14 782
    Richard, Brad HB LSU 40 1 17 2 202
    Boone, Kadron QB LSU 23 1 55 1 177
    Morrison, Mike HB LSU 12 1 11 0 45
    Kent, John QB LSU 5 1 10 0 10
    White, Rasheed FB LSU 1 0 3 0 3
    Miller, Lamar HB Miami 84 0 54 5 397
    James, Mike HB Miami 14 1 11 2 49
    Streeter, Tommy WR Miami 2 0 29 0 28
    McGee, Brandon CB Miami 0 1 0 0 0
    Thomas, Jamaal QB Miami 18 3 10 0 -110
    Lawrence, Kendial HB Missouri 48 0 19 4 160
    Franklin, James QB Missouri 38 6 38 1 90
    Shaffer, Chris HB Missouri 8 0 9 1 32
    Woodland, Rolandis WR Missouri 2 0 11 0 16
    Moe, Tj WR Missouri 2 0 9 0 9
    White, Anthony FB Missouri 1 0 5 0 5
    White, Matt FS Missouri 0 1 0 0 0
    Washington, L Damian WR Missouri 1 0 0 0 -2
    Burkhead, Rex HB Nebraska 61 1 42 5 398
    Martinez, Taylor QB Nebraska 32 2 48 2 136
    Robinson, Dontrayevou HB Nebraska 31 1 9 1 108
    Hill, Corey HB Nebraska 13 0 10 1 50
    Cooper, Khiry WR Nebraska 1 0 21 0 21
    Cunningham, Patrick WR Nebraska 3 0 10 0 18
    Zimmerer, CJ FB Nebraska 4 1 5 0 6
    Calhoun, Jermie HB Oklahoma 64 1 17 5 278
    Clay, Brennan HB Oklahoma 49 1 67 1 214
    Allen, Drew QB Oklahoma 28 2 9 0 40
    Miller, Jonathan HB Oklahoma 3 0 7 0 16
    Miller, DeJuan WR Oklahoma 1 1 3 0 3
    McCay, Justin WR Oklahoma 0 2 0 0 0
    Bird, Jaydan ROLB Oklahoma 0 1 0 0 0
    Bell, Blake QB Oklahoma 2 0 0 0 -4
    Lattimore, Marcus HB South Carolina 94 1 80 3 622
    Miles, Kenny HB South Carolina 23 1 17 1 78
    Clifford, Andrew QB South Carolina 28 4 25 2 58
    Coffee, Matt FB South Carolina 1 0 1 1 1
    Giles, Jarvis HB South Carolina 4 0 2 0 0
    Gurley, Tori WR South Carolina 1 0 0 0 -1
    Newton, Tre HB Texas 79 0 49 7 426
    Whaley, Chris HB Texas 46 1 24 4 221
    Shead, Traylon HB Texas 11 0 17 1 64
    Goodwin, Marquise WR Texas 6 0 10 0 30
    Hales, DeSean WR Texas 3 0 18 0 17
    Perkins, Mike FB Texas 3 0 4 1 5
    McCoy, Case QB Texas 3 0 0 0 -6
    Wood, Connor QB Texas 13 1 25 0 -19
    Wilson, David HB Virginia Tech 88 1 80 5 576
    Gregory, Tony HB Virginia Tech 32 0 58 6 199
    Thomas, Logan QB Virginia Tech 14 1 31 0 41
    Boyce, Xavier WR Virginia Tech 0 1 0 0 0
     
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    Receiving Stats



    Name Position Team Catches Drops Long TDs Yards
    Greco, Jeremy WR Alabama 14 2 87 2 307
    Bowman, Michael WR Alabama 12 1 53 2 238
    Bell, Kenny WR Alabama 6 1 74 2 222
    Murphy, Curtis WR Alabama 6 2 30 0 104
    Richardson, Trent HB Alabama 7 0 32 0 91
    Nash, Ryan TE Alabama 2 0 27 0 49
    Williams, Michael TE Alabama 2 1 35 1 42
    Lacy, Eddie HB Alabama 2 0 16 0 22
    Phillips, Shakim WR Boston College 21 2 83 1 347
    Lee, Clyde WR Boston College 23 2 25 4 329
    Pantale, Chris TE Boston College 19 0 45 2 275
    Hughes, Hampton WR Boston College 15 2 50 2 224
    Elliott, Donte WR Boston College 11 0 26 1 174
    Finch, Rolandan HB Boston College 6 0 33 1 75
    Phifer, Sterlin HB Boston College 2 0 12 1 18
    Swigert, Bobby WR Boston College 1 1 13 0 13
    Darmstatter, Jarrett FB Boston College 1 1 9 0 9
    Walters, Brent TE Boston College 0 1 0 0 0
    McNeal, Bryce WR Clemson 14 2 68 2 306
    Burns, Derrick WR Clemson 10 1 73 2 265
    Hopkins, DeAndre WR Clemson 12 0 47 1 254
    Allen, Dwayne TE Clemson 12 1 27 0 176
    Brown, Jaron WR Clemson 11 0 21 0 136
    Ellington, Andre HB Clemson 13 1 24 1 123
    Beasley, Victor TE Clemson 1 1 47 0 47
    Craig, Joe WR Clemson 2 0 16 1 20
    McDowell, Roderick HB Clemson 2 0 10 0 12
    Hines, Omarius WR Florida 16 1 66 5 368
    Debose, Andre WR Florida 16 3 77 1 277
    Dunkley, Chris WR Florida 14 2 70 2 237
    Hammond Jr, Frankie WR Florida 11 1 57 2 230
    Reed, Jordan TE Florida 12 0 38 1 184
    Wright, Tim HB Florida 4 0 32 1 67
    Gillislee, Mike HB Florida 6 0 15 1 40
    Archie, Larry FB Florida 3 1 18 0 30
    Brown, Mack HB Florida 4 0 23 1 26
    Coxson, Adrian WR Florida 1 0 21 0 21
    Alli, Stephen WR Florida 1 0 8 0 8
    Christian, Gerald TE Florida 1 0 1 0 1
    Tolliver, Chris WR LSU 14 2 34 1 205
    Clement, Chase TE LSU 8 1 63 3 197
    Simon, Tharold WR LSU 11 0 32 1 188
    Shepard, Russell WR LSU 9 1 50 0 175
    Scott, Brett WR LSU 4 1 88 1 131
    Randle, Rueben WR LSU 7 4 21 0 90
    Dickson, Travis TE LSU 3 0 26 0 64
    White, Rasheed FB LSU 2 0 15 0 23
    Fobbs, Jarrett WR LSU 1 0 23 0 23
    Streeter, Tommy WR Miami 28 4 45 4 541
    Sanders, Billy TE Miami 22 2 48 2 397
    Harvey, Gabe WR Miami 9 0 44 2 160
    Thompkins, Kendal WR Miami 9 1 38 1 137
    Miller, Lamar HB Miami 9 0 26 0 97
    Johnson, Davon WR Miami 3 0 25 0 66
    Coker, Brett FB Miami 3 1 43 0 64
    Ford, Chase TE Miami 1 0 14 0 14
    Washington, L Damian WR Missouri 15 2 61 3 320
    Moe, Tj WR Missouri 17 0 35 1 213
    Lucas, Marcus WR Missouri 11 2 51 2 198
    Woodland, Rolandis WR Missouri 18 0 29 0 195
    Lawrence, Kendial HB Missouri 10 2 27 0 65
    Waters, Eric TE Missouri 6 0 15 0 59
    Hunt, Jimmie WR Missouri 1 0 21 0 21
    Shaffer, Chris HB Missouri 1 0 11 1 11
    Reed, Kyler TE Nebraska 17 3 31 1 237
    Bell, Antonio WR Nebraska 15 2 21 0 183
    Cunningham, Patrick WR Nebraska 12 1 27 0 152
    Cooper, Khiry WR Nebraska 9 0 29 2 149
    Griffin, Kevin WR Nebraska 7 1 30 1 105
    Smith, Garrett TE Nebraska 5 0 18 0 58
    Robinson, Dontrayevou HB Nebraska 4 1 19 1 42
    Zimmerer, CJ FB Nebraska 3 0 16 0 32
    Burkhead, Rex HB Nebraska 2 0 12 0 19
    Marlowe, Tim WR Nebraska 1 0 8 0 8
    Miller, DeJuan WR Oklahoma 15 1 73 2 287
    McCay, Justin WR Oklahoma 16 2 50 3 234
    Reynolds, Jaz WR Oklahoma 9 0 48 2 164
    Stills, Kenny WR Oklahoma 3 2 77 1 104
    Newsome, Jim TE Oklahoma 7 1 18 1 68
    McClain, Sheldon WR Oklahoma 2 0 17 0 33
    Musil, Marshall FB Oklahoma 3 0 14 0 32
    Calhoun, Jermie HB Oklahoma 3 0 21 0 29
    Clay, Brennan HB Oklahoma 3 0 15 0 24
    Bonner, Kevin TE Oklahoma 1 0 4 0 4
    Miller, Jonathan HB Oklahoma 1 0 0 0 0
    Gurley, Tori WR South Carolina 18 2 73 2 277
    Sanders, Ace WR South Carolina 14 0 27 3 248
    Lattimore, Marcus HB South Carolina 16 2 25 2 168
    Scruggs, Lamar WR South Carolina 7 0 40 1 113
    Moore, DL WR South Carolina 7 2 23 0 96
    Cunningham, Justice TE South Carolina 4 1 25 0 82
    Bennett, DeMario WR South Carolina 3 0 31 0 72
    Miles, Kenny HB South Carolina 2 0 22 0 32
    Coffee, Matt FB South Carolina 3 0 16 0 17
    Goodwin, Marquise WR Texas 16 0 41 2 277
    Hales, DeSean WR Texas 11 0 50 1 197
    Booker, Joe WR Texas 13 2 34 1 181
    Matthews, Barrett TE Texas 8 1 24 0 101
    McCray, Andrew TE Texas 5 0 18 0 79
    Newton, Tre HB Texas 4 0 17 0 34
    Perkins, Mike FB Texas 1 0 17 0 17
    Monroe, DJ WR Texas 1 0 17 0 17
    White, Darius WR Texas 2 0 12 1 15
    Whaley, Chris HB Texas 3 0 5 0 9
    Boyce, Xavier WR Virginia Tech 21 1 35 2 280
    Martin, Eric TE Virginia Tech 8 0 34 1 162
    Hall, Brian WR Virginia Tech 10 0 24 0 148
    Coles, DJ WR Virginia Tech 8 2 31 0 133
    Smiling, EL WR Virginia Tech 2 1 21 1 25
    Maynard, Zach FB Virginia Tech 1 1 17 1 17
    Wilson, David HB Virginia Tech 2 2 12 0 17
    Ray, Jamar TE Virginia Tech 1 0 7 0 7
     
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    Name Position Team FGA FGs XPA XPM Long Points
    Foster, Cade K Alabama 11 8 22 22 53 46
    Freese, Nate K Boston College 3 3 23 23 45 32
    Morris, Nick K Clemson 11 9 21 21 44 48
    Dorsey, Randy K Florida 6 5 32 32 37 47
    Jones, Trey K LSU 8 4 25 25 33 37
    Wieclaw, Jake K Miami 8 5 14 14 52 29
    Hall, Alfred K Missouri 3 2 14 14 39 20
    Murray, Johnny P Nebraska 7 6 14 14 42 32
    O Hara, Patrick K Oklahoma 7 5 17 17 51 32
    Franklin, Randy K South Carolina 3 2 16 16 30 22
    Odom, Tony K Texas 6 5 20 19 42 34
    Meade, Dante K Virginia Tech 4 3 19 19 38 28
     
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    Name Position Team Attempts TDs Yards
    Richardson, Trent HB Alabama 7 1 210
    Kirkpatrick, Dre CB Alabama 8 0 138
    Scott, BJ CB Alabama 1 0 20
    Billingsley, Undra LE Alabama 1 0 15
    Nash, Ryan TE Alabama 1 0 0
    Elliott, Donte WR Boston College 9 0 160
    Lee, Clyde WR Boston College 4 0 75
    Hughes, Hampton WR Boston College 1 0 3
    Ellington, Andre HB Clemson 7 1 236
    Brewer, Xavier CB Clemson 9 0 192
    McDowell, Roderick HB Clemson 3 0 59
    Wright, Tim HB Florida 9 0 191
    Debose, Andre WR Florida 4 0 105
    Claiborne, Morris CB LSU 15 0 274
    Randle, Rueben WR LSU 3 0 60
    Wright, James WR LSU 1 0 2
    Welter, DJ MLB LSU 1 0 0
    James, Mike HB Miami 11 0 218
    McGee, Brandon CB Miami 7 0 129
    Thompkins, Kendal WR Miami 5 0 104
    White, Matt FS Missouri 15 0 333
    Lucas, Marcus WR Missouri 1 0 0
    Robinson, Dontrayevou HB Nebraska 8 0 134
    Cunningham, Patrick WR Nebraska 4 0 73
    Burkhead, Rex HB Nebraska 1 0 14
    Miller, DeJuan WR Oklahoma 11 0 215
    Reynolds, Jaz WR Oklahoma 5 0 96
    Stills, Kenny WR Oklahoma 3 0 46
    McCay, Justin WR Oklahoma 1 0 19
    Jefferson, Tony SS Oklahoma 1 0 1
    Lattimore, Marcus HB South Carolina 8 0 144
    Miles, Kenny HB South Carolina 2 0 32
    Smith, Ken CB Texas 9 0 172
    Weber, Erick CB Texas 5 0 90
    Monroe, DJ WR Texas 1 0 1
    Gregory, Tony HB Virginia Tech 13 0 229
    Williams, Jerrodd CB Virginia Tech 3 0 52





    Punt Return Stats



    Name Position Team Attempts TDs Yards
    Richardson, Trent HB Alabama 13 0 78
    Lester, Robert FS Alabama 1 0 1
    Elliott, Donte WR Boston College 3 0 28
    Malone, Ricky CB Boston College 1 0 3
    Ellington, Andre HB Clemson 14 0 125
    Wright, Tim HB Florida 25 0 242
    Randle, Rueben WR LSU 16 0 90
    Shepard, Russell WR LSU 1 0 14
    McGee, Brandon CB Miami 10 0 90
    White, Matt FS Missouri 10 0 74
    Robinson, Dontrayevou HB Nebraska 6 0 49
    Burkhead, Rex HB Nebraska 4 0 19
    Cunningham, Patrick WR Nebraska 3 0 11
    Miller, DeJuan WR Oklahoma 12 0 103
    McCay, Justin WR Oklahoma 1 0 9
    Lattimore, Marcus HB South Carolina 8 0 70
    Goodwin, Marquise WR Texas 16 0 153
    Wilson, David HB Virginia Tech 11 0 116
     

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