Comments for CollegeFootballSaturday College Football news, recruiting, and rumors Wed, 09 Nov 2011 00:00:28 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.1.3 Comment on Prediction: Alabama 27, LSU 23 (With Complete Box Score) by » Prediction: Alabama 27, LSU 23 (With Complete Box Score) GenTair : todays News and tends /?p=4095&cpage=1#comment-8573 » Prediction: Alabama 27, LSU 23 (With Complete Box Score) GenTair : todays News and tends Wed, 09 Nov 2011 00:00:28 +0000 /?p=4095#comment-8573 [...] Prediction: Alabama 27, LSU 23 (With Complete Box Score) No Comments Filed under: Today RSS Posted on: November 2nd, 2011 Tags: alabama, att, [...] [...] Prediction: Alabama 27, LSU 23 (With Complete Box Score) No Comments Filed under: Today RSS Posted on: November 2nd, 2011 Tags: alabama, att, [...]

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Comment on Heisman Race After Three Weeks: Robinson Leads Standings by Three Early Game Storylines: Can SDST Beat Michigan? | CollegeFootballSaturday /?p=4034&cpage=1#comment-8571 Three Early Game Storylines: Can SDST Beat Michigan? | CollegeFootballSaturday Sat, 24 Sep 2011 15:39:31 +0000 /?p=4034#comment-8571 [...] game figures to be a shootout, with two of the biggest Heisman candidates—according to the CollegeFootballSaturday Heisman Predictor—on the same field.  Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson is currently ranked at No. 1, while [...] [...] game figures to be a shootout, with two of the biggest Heisman candidates—according to the CollegeFootballSaturday Heisman Predictor—on the same field.  Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson is currently ranked at No. 1, while [...]

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Comment on Virginia Tech Loses DT DeChristopher by dantheman42501 /?p=3755&cpage=1#comment-8568 dantheman42501 Wed, 03 Aug 2011 03:34:31 +0000 /?p=3755#comment-8568 This really sucks for the Hokies. It seems like they lose an impact starter every year before the season can kick off. This really sucks for the Hokies. It seems like they lose an impact starter every year before the season can kick off.

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Comment on CollegeFootballSaturday Rankings: Top 50 Players in College Football for 2010 by CollegeFootballSaturday Rankings: Top 50 Running Backs in College Football for 2010 | CollegeFootballSaturday /?p=1707&cpage=1#comment-340 CollegeFootballSaturday Rankings: Top 50 Running Backs in College Football for 2010 | CollegeFootballSaturday Thu, 17 Jun 2010 03:17:22 +0000 /?p=1707#comment-340 [...] RANKINGS: TOP 50 PLAYERS FOR 2010 | TOP 50 QUARTERBACKS FOR [...] [...] RANKINGS: TOP 50 PLAYERS FOR 2010 | TOP 50 QUARTERBACKS FOR [...]

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Comment on CollegeFootballSaturday Rankings: Top 50 Players in College Football for 2010 by CollegeFootballSaturday Rankings: The Top 50 Quarterbacks in College Football for 2010 | CollegeFootballSaturday /?p=1707&cpage=1#comment-273 CollegeFootballSaturday Rankings: The Top 50 Quarterbacks in College Football for 2010 | CollegeFootballSaturday Wed, 16 Jun 2010 02:46:56 +0000 /?p=1707#comment-273 [...] list ranking the nation’s top 50 players has received a lot of attention because I took chances on a lot of players, predicting they will [...] [...] list ranking the nation’s top 50 players has received a lot of attention because I took chances on a lot of players, predicting they will [...]

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Comment on CollegeFootballSaturday Rankings: Top 50 Players in College Football for 2010 by AG /?p=1707&cpage=1#comment-257 AG Tue, 15 Jun 2010 19:32:51 +0000 /?p=1707#comment-257 West Virginia is not Southern, it is less than an hour from Pittsburgh. How does Baldwin fall all the way to 46 (#7 WR)? This dude put up over 1100 yds with BILL STULL at QB! He is also 6'5" and runs a 4.4. Even though I hate WVU, Devine should be on this list for sure(put him instead of Royster if you must haha) West Virginia is not Southern, it is less than an hour from Pittsburgh.

How does Baldwin fall all the way to 46 (#7 WR)? This dude put up over 1100 yds with BILL STULL at QB! He is also 6’5″ and runs a 4.4.

Even though I hate WVU, Devine should be on this list for sure(put him instead of Royster if you must haha)

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Comment on CollegeFootballSaturday Rankings: Top 50 Players in College Football for 2010 by CJM /?p=1707&cpage=1#comment-254 CJM Tue, 15 Jun 2010 17:44:29 +0000 /?p=1707#comment-254 Not sure I would consider West Virginia southern, it borders Ohio and Pennsylvania. Does that mean there are only 2 northern states above them and then Canada, not to get into a geographical debate, but same goes for Kentucky. Only reason they are really considered Southern is due to southern stereotypes. Back to football though, the states for Locker are not bad at all that you presented. You agree that the LSU states are good and there is nothing wrong with his play against USC and it produced a win. You have Pryor up there and I am not debating that, he is a tremendous athlete, but Washington is not OSU, nowhere near the same supporting cast. Few teams recruit as good or better than Ohio State and that was shown when Pryor was doing poorly, they still could beat teams. Pryor had like 3 good games and statistically he really had like 2 and I live in Columbus, Ohio so I should be biased. Pulling my bias out now, how is it that Posey does not make it on the list or Justin Boren. Posey has the stats, potential and big play ability. If you are ranking players, do not go by stats, you have to take into account their team and system. Not sure I would consider West Virginia southern, it borders Ohio and Pennsylvania. Does that mean there are only 2 northern states above them and then Canada, not to get into a geographical debate, but same goes for Kentucky. Only reason they are really considered Southern is due to southern stereotypes. Back to football though, the states for Locker are not bad at all that you presented. You agree that the LSU states are good and there is nothing wrong with his play against USC and it produced a win. You have Pryor up there and I am not debating that, he is a tremendous athlete, but Washington is not OSU, nowhere near the same supporting cast. Few teams recruit as good or better than Ohio State and that was shown when Pryor was doing poorly, they still could beat teams. Pryor had like 3 good games and statistically he really had like 2 and I live in Columbus, Ohio so I should be biased. Pulling my bias out now, how is it that Posey does not make it on the list or Justin Boren. Posey has the stats, potential and big play ability. If you are ranking players, do not go by stats, you have to take into account their team and system.

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Comment on CollegeFootballSaturday Rankings: Top 50 Players in College Football for 2010 by Daniel Evans /?p=1707&cpage=1#comment-252 Daniel Evans Tue, 15 Jun 2010 16:02:57 +0000 /?p=1707#comment-252 CJM, Wouldn't West Virginia be considered a southern school? I know they aren't a SEC team, but they are in the south. You can say whatever you want because you are entitled to your opinion, but there is no southern bias on this list. Jake Locker is a great quarterback but there's a reason he's never been mentioned in the Heisman race. Look at the ranked teams he played last year: USC: 21 of 35, 237 yards, 0 TDs, 0 INTs LSU; 25 of 45, 321 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT Oregon: 23 of 44, 266 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs (This list is based on last season's final AP poll) The stats against LSU were impressive but he struggled against USC and Oregon. Against the Trojans his final drive was very impressive, but he did not put up the numbers of an elite QB. Ryan Mallett threw more TDs and less INTs while playing an overall better defensive schedule. He struggled vs. Alabama, played well against Florida in a near-upset, and destroyed Georgia and Texas A&M. Kellen Moore may have played a weaker schedule, but threw as many interceptions all year (3) as Locker threw in the month of November. I am not a big fan of Terrelle Pryor, but he had 25 total touchdowns (rushing and passing). He's not a polished passer and Locker had just as many rushing TDs as he had (but way less yards). I've always been on Pryor for not winning big games. Those two could be swapped and I couldn't complain. A lot depends on how you believe Pryor/Locker will play this season. CJM, Wouldn’t West Virginia be considered a southern school? I know they aren’t a SEC team, but they are in the south. You can say whatever you want because you are entitled to your opinion, but there is no southern bias on this list.

Jake Locker is a great quarterback but there’s a reason he’s never been mentioned in the Heisman race. Look at the ranked teams he played last year:

USC: 21 of 35, 237 yards, 0 TDs, 0 INTs
LSU; 25 of 45, 321 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT
Oregon: 23 of 44, 266 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs
(This list is based on last season’s final AP poll)

The stats against LSU were impressive but he struggled against USC and Oregon. Against the Trojans his final drive was very impressive, but he did not put up the numbers of an elite QB.

Ryan Mallett threw more TDs and less INTs while playing an overall better defensive schedule. He struggled vs. Alabama, played well against Florida in a near-upset, and destroyed Georgia and Texas A&M. Kellen Moore may have played a weaker schedule, but threw as many interceptions all year (3) as Locker threw in the month of November. I am not a big fan of Terrelle Pryor, but he had 25 total touchdowns (rushing and passing). He’s not a polished passer and Locker had just as many rushing TDs as he had (but way less yards). I’ve always been on Pryor for not winning big games. Those two could be swapped and I couldn’t complain. A lot depends on how you believe Pryor/Locker will play this season.

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Comment on CollegeFootballSaturday Rankings: Top 50 Players in College Football for 2010 by CJM /?p=1707&cpage=1#comment-251 CJM Tue, 15 Jun 2010 15:30:40 +0000 /?p=1707#comment-251 Thats fine if you want to stick your neck out for someone, but put him at the end. He played in the 4th quarter during ass beatings. This is like people who claimed Jevan Snead was going to be great based off of a game against a team with no defense, then Jevan proved to be Jevan. I think there is a little Southern bias on this list. Really, Jake Locker that far back, I would take him over every QB in the country. No Noel Divine? And if your sticking your neck out for people, then why not put a highly regarded in coming freshman on the list? Thats fine if you want to stick your neck out for someone, but put him at the end. He played in the 4th quarter during ass beatings. This is like people who claimed Jevan Snead was going to be great based off of a game against a team with no defense, then Jevan proved to be Jevan. I think there is a little Southern bias on this list. Really, Jake Locker that far back, I would take him over every QB in the country. No Noel Divine? And if your sticking your neck out for people, then why not put a highly regarded in coming freshman on the list?

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Comment on CollegeFootballSaturday Rankings: Top 50 Players in College Football for 2010 by AH /?p=1707&cpage=1#comment-240 AH Tue, 15 Jun 2010 04:05:12 +0000 /?p=1707#comment-240 Thank you. Feel free to email me when you come out with the 2.0 version. Hopefully I will like it more??? Thank you. Feel free to email me when you come out with the 2.0 version. Hopefully I will like it more???

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