Week 7, 2019

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  1. Spayer419

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    #2 Ohio State vs. Penn State​
    #4 Georgia Tech vs. Wake Forest​
    #5 Notre Dame vs. Miami​
    #9 Florida vs. LSU​
    #11 Florida State vs. Boston College​
    #13 Wisconsin vs. #12 Iowa​
    #20 Michigan vs. Rutgers​
    #23 UNC vs. Virginia Tech​
    User Game of the Week: #3 Oklahoma vs. #8 Alabama

     
  2. macc24usc

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    Chip Mitchell proved he's still more than capable of stepping in and producing like the teams #1 ripping off, 9 catches for 146 and two beautys of TDs you can catch on the Dynasty Wire if at all interested. FSU with the 44-7 rout of BC. The team discovered heartbreaking news 4* WR Adam Rivers will stay close to home despite softly committing to FSU last week. Coach Crumbler81 made a last minute push got him on campus for an unofficial and the rest is history. FSU will now put the full-court press on a 5* whom with has expressed interest in the program. Time will tell if they can crack his top 3 and get him on campus for a visit. Word is the FSU staff made a good impression on him this week with the HC and OC attending one of his teams practices. 3* T Jason Johnson a rising senior from Boaz, AL has committed along with 4* C Todd Lewis a hometown product from Longwood, FL. Expect Lewis to redshirt and one of the other interior linemen backup starter C David Jones, at which point Lewis will be in line to be a 4 year starter. It's no question offensive line depth was a key position group in this recruiting pool and chalk up two victories in pass blockers this year as they really scouted two good solid players, with previously committed Marcus Hill a can't miss weakside pass blocker despite a modest 3* rating. Johnson will be more of a project player but could contribute in his upper-class years as he comes in rated 76. This class looks to have some real playmakers, too with OLB Clint Randolph verbally committing this week, one look at him and he is a bonafide pass rusher. We see a young Joey Brewster in him from the get-go he's one of those guys too talented to keep on the bench. Joel Reid is a speedy wideout who pledged as well recently, he`s likely another project player but has great speed and is a very dedicated route runner. Coach Macc clearly wants to stock up on receivers in this class with so many seniors graduating and the likelihood their top targets bolt early with their productivity in the stats department. Especially since he will be faced with the adversity of being the #1 receiver - we're not worried how Chip Mitchell will handle it... we're worried it might be so well NFL teams who need a boost in the pass game will be screaming his name and greener pastures may be too inticing for him to pass up on.
     
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  3. fishdock

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    SOONERS GET THEIR WIN

    In a game that could have gone either way, and most likely would have ended differently had Alabama's head coach been on the sideline, the Sooners squeak out a win in Norman. This game was a defense battle from start to finish, as both teams had trouble finding the endzone and finishing their drives. Twice in the first quarter the Sooners stood tall and forced the Crimson Tide to kick field goals. Both teams were efficient, putting together long, sustained drives that just were not able to end in points. The speed of Alabama was a huge advantage against Oklahoma's balanced SR RB Sylvester Armstrong, who just didn't have the ability to get around the corner, but did find some success running between the tackles. The secondary of the Crimson Tide was also the best that the Sooners have seen, and pretty much eliminated Oklahoma's deep passing game. That being said, SR QB Brent Price took control of his team and in the second quarter found JR TE Steve Osborne down the middle for Oklahoma's first points and first lead. The Crimson Tide received the ball to start the second half, and after a quick three and out, the Sooners watched JR RB Randy Bain take a punt back 63 yards to give them a 14-6 lead. Randy Bain has proven to be a gem on special teams for the Sooners this year, and now the national pundits are starting to take notice. The rest of the third quarter belonged to the Crimson Tide as they kicked yet another field goal and eventually found the endzone on a six yard touchdown to WR Cory McKinny. In the fourth quarter, both teams took to the chess board and did their best to find the winning strategy. Finally, Oklahoma made the finishing move as Brent Price found John Calhoun on a deep post to the end zone, putting the Sooners ahead by six. On the next drive, forced to make some throws that he had not been forced to make all season, Alabama QB George Avery was picked off for the third time in the game, and the Sooners were able to line up in the 'v' formation.

    Next week is another huge battle as Oklahoma welcomes Texas to town for the Red River Rivalry. Coach Fishdock has yet to get a win against the vaunted Texas program, and understands that they will need to pull all their tricks out of the bag to get a shot at #1 in the nation (as of 12:53 PM EST).
     
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  4. macc24usc

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    Just Spayer419 Glen Cieske CJTHA1 left before an adv. Hopefully this evening? Seems like interest has been lost around here or people are just busy with exams and that. Hopefully the league isn't falling apart you've all made it too fun/addicting for that to happen!!
     
  5. CJTHA1

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    Trust me i havent lost any interest. Been busy with school and im getting my game in right now
     
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