The Official 2013-2014 College Football Thread

GetMoneyInDaN.O.GetMoneyInDaN.O. Posts: 2,950 ✭✭✭✭
1st off u niggaz goin into June and no new thread fuck wrong wit yall....with that said its reppin time

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new season....new additions....so with this edition and thread tradition i give u

WHAT INCOMING RECRUIT OR RECRUITS WILL HAVE AN INSTANT IMPACT THIS YEAR FOR YA TEAM???

MY PICK

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JERYL BRAZIL AND FRANK HERRON

SLEEPER

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LEWIS NEAL


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  • soulbrothersoulbrother Daddy Long Stroke Posts: 2,618 ✭✭✭✭✭
    BOOMER!!!!
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    That scoreboard was pretty.
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  • greenwood1921greenwood1921 Posts: 47,115 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2013
    Athlon Sports top College WR's of the BCS ERA...

    http://www.athlonsports.com/college-football/college-footballs-top-50-wide-receivers-bcs-era


    1. Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh (2002-03)
    Stats: 161 rec., 2,677 yds, 34 TD

    Few players have ever been as impossible to cover as the star from Richfield (Minn.) Holy Angels. After redshirting, Fitz dominated college football for two full seasons. He became the first Pitt Panther to have back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, owns the school record with 34 touchdowns (in just 26 games) and owns the NCAA record for consecutive games with a touchdown reception (18). As a sophomore in his final season at Pitt, he caught 92 passes for 1,672 yards and 22 touchdowns, winning Big East Player of the Year honors and the Walter Camp and Biletnikoff awards. His second-place finish in the Heisman Trophy voting is the highest by any wide receiver during the BCS era and he is the only one in to finish in the top three.

    2. Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech (2004-06)
    Stats: 178 rec., 2,927 yds, 28 TD, 40 rush, TD


    3. Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech (2007-08)
    Stats: 231 rec., 3,127 yds, 41 TD


    4. Peter Warrick, Florida State (1995-99)
    Stats: 207 rec., 3,517 yds, 32 TD, 188 rush, 4 TD, 937 ret. yds (6)


    5. Percy Harvin, Florida (2006-08)
    Stats: 133 rec., 1,929 yds, 13 TD, 1,852 rush, 19 TD


    6. Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State (2009-11)
    Stats: 252 rec., 3,564 yds, 40 TD, 136 rush, TD


    7. Braylon Edwards, Michigan (2001-04)
    Stats: 252 rec., 3,541 yds, 39 TD

    8. Torry Holt, NC State (1995-98)
    Stats: 191 rec., 3,379 yds, 31 TD, 119 rush

    9. Tavon Austin, West Virginia (2009-12)
    Stats: 288 rec., 3,413 yds, 29 TD, 1,031 rush, 6 TD, 2,840 ret. yds, 5 TD

    10. Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma (2008-11)
    Stats: 349 rec., 4,586 yds, 45 TD, 97 rush, TD, 1,307 ret. yds, 2 TD

    No one in NCAA history caught more passes than the smallish local star from Norman, Okla. And it didn’t take long for him to become a star, catching seven passes for a freshman school record 141 yards in his first collegiate game. He posted three straight seasons of at least 80 catches, 1,100 yards and 10 touchdowns. He led the nation in both receptions (131) and punt returns (34) as a junior and is the Big 12’s all-time leading receiver in all three major categories. Broyles was a two-time consensus All-American.




    NOTABLE TOP 10 SNUBS

    26. Julio Jones, Alabama (2008-10)
    Stats: 179 rec., 2,653 yds, 15 TD, 139 rush 2 TD

    From a talent standpoint, there may not be a more gifted name on this list than the superstar from Alabama. The school’s most talented pass-catcher helped lead Alabama to a national championship in 2009 and played on three teams that went 36-5 overall.

    34. Roddy White, UAB (2001-04)
    Stats: 163 rec., 3,112 yds, 26 TD

    The career numbers aren't huge and the level of competition was suspect, however, White was an elite big-play machine well before he got to Atlanta. He led the nation in receiving as a senior (1,452 yds) and averaged 19.1 yards per catch for his career. His overall NFL talent makes him arguably the most gifted "mid-major" receiver of the era.

    17. AJ Green, Georgia (2008-10)
    Stats: 166 rec., 2,619 yds, 23 TD, 105 rush

    Based on raw talent alone, Green is the one of the greatest receivers to play the game. In a league not known for big passing numbers, Green led the SEC in yards and touchdowns as a true freshman. His rare blend of size, speed, vertical ability and red zone ball skills makes him one of the game’s most uncoverable targets.


    60. Andre Johnson, Miami (2000-02): 92 rec., 1,831 yds, 20 TD, 594 ret. yds



    Before anybody catches feels, remember the title top *College* wide receivers of the BCS Era.















    Still think Julio and Broyles should be higher tho. Julio made SEC secondaries look like conference USA niggas, and how is the all-time leading receiver in college history NOT in the top 5 of his era? foh.


  • infamous114infamous114 Down in Miami where it's warm in the winter. Posts: 30,360 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    Slowly but surely...we'll be back.
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  • allday1992allday1992 Posts: 11,763 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Athlon Sports top College WR's of the BCS ERA...

    http://www.athlonsports.com/college-football/college-footballs-top-50-wide-receivers-bcs-era


    1. Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh (2002-03)
    Stats: 161 rec., 2,677 yds, 34 TD

    Few players have ever been as impossible to cover as the star from Richfield (Minn.) Holy Angels. After redshirting, Fitz dominated college football for two full seasons. He became the first Pitt Panther to have back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, owns the school record with 34 touchdowns (in just 26 games) and owns the NCAA record for consecutive games with a touchdown reception (18). As a sophomore in his final season at Pitt, he caught 92 passes for 1,672 yards and 22 touchdowns, winning Big East Player of the Year honors and the Walter Camp and Biletnikoff awards. His second-place finish in the Heisman Trophy voting is the highest by any wide receiver during the BCS era and he is the only one in to finish in the top three.

    2. Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech (2004-06)
    Stats: 178 rec., 2,927 yds, 28 TD, 40 rush, TD


    3. Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech (2007-08)
    Stats: 231 rec., 3,127 yds, 41 TD


    4. Peter Warrick, Florida State (1995-99)
    Stats: 207 rec., 3,517 yds, 32 TD, 188 rush, 4 TD, 937 ret. yds (6)


    5. Percy Harvin, Florida (2006-08)
    Stats: 133 rec., 1,929 yds, 13 TD, 1,852 rush, 19 TD


    6. Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State (2009-11)
    Stats: 252 rec., 3,564 yds, 40 TD, 136 rush, TD


    7. Braylon Edwards, Michigan (2001-04)
    Stats: 252 rec., 3,541 yds, 39 TD

    8. Torry Holt, NC State (1995-98)
    Stats: 191 rec., 3,379 yds, 31 TD, 119 rush

    9. Tavon Austin, West Virginia (2009-12)
    Stats: 288 rec., 3,413 yds, 29 TD, 1,031 rush, 6 TD, 2,840 ret. yds, 5 TD

    10. Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma (2008-11)
    Stats: 349 rec., 4,586 yds, 45 TD, 97 rush, TD, 1,307 ret. yds, 2 TD

    No one in NCAA history caught more passes than the smallish local star from Norman, Okla. And it didn’t take long for him to become a star, catching seven passes for a freshman school record 141 yards in his first collegiate game. He posted three straight seasons of at least 80 catches, 1,100 yards and 10 touchdowns. He led the nation in both receptions (131) and punt returns (34) as a junior and is the Big 12’s all-time leading receiver in all three major categories. Broyles was a two-time consensus All-American.




    NOTABLE TOP 10 SNUBS

    26. Julio Jones, Alabama (2008-10)
    Stats: 179 rec., 2,653 yds, 15 TD, 139 rush 2 TD

    From a talent standpoint, there may not be a more gifted name on this list than the superstar from Alabama. The school’s most talented pass-catcher helped lead Alabama to a national championship in 2009 and played on three teams that went 36-5 overall.

    34. Roddy White, UAB (2001-04)
    Stats: 163 rec., 3,112 yds, 26 TD

    The career numbers aren't huge and the level of competition was suspect, however, White was an elite big-play machine well before he got to Atlanta. He led the nation in receiving as a senior (1,452 yds) and averaged 19.1 yards per catch for his career. His overall NFL talent makes him arguably the most gifted "mid-major" receiver of the era.

    17. AJ Green, Georgia (2008-10)
    Stats: 166 rec., 2,619 yds, 23 TD, 105 rush

    Based on raw talent alone, Green is the one of the greatest receivers to play the game. In a league not known for big passing numbers, Green led the SEC in yards and touchdowns as a true freshman. His rare blend of size, speed, vertical ability and red zone ball skills makes him one of the game’s most uncoverable targets.


    60. Andre Johnson, Miami (2000-02): 92 rec., 1,831 yds, 20 TD, 594 ret. yds



    Before anybody catches feels, remember the title top *College* wide receivers of the BCS Era.















    Still think Julio and Broyles should be higher tho. Julio made SEC secondaries look like conference USA niggas, and how is the all-time leading receiver in college history NOT in the top 5 of his era? foh.


    Yeah AJ probably my favorite player but he's right where he deserves to be on that list. But those numbers are crazy especially since he missed chunks of the last 2 years.

  • bigev240bigev240 Illpix O.G. Posts: 8,040 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    Last year before we head to the Big Ten.
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  • 44Since8844Since88 Taking it one day at a time.... HoustonPosts: 22,457 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Texas is killing me scheduling all these games on Longhorn network.
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  • GetMoneyInDaN.O.GetMoneyInDaN.O. Posts: 2,950 ✭✭✭✭
    @allday1992

    me and my niggaz was thinkin bout hittin that UGA game and tryna see what be poppin in Athens outside of the football game

    and when talking about the game i tol them niggaz that Todd Gurley was gone be a problem...nigga reminds me of Trent Richardson not just by number...but power,speed,and agility for someone his size

    @doubletee and @hustle bomaye

    whats up wit the qb situation...finally fixed or another season of that deformed lookin nigga and david ash

    @greenwood1921 and @soulbrother

    can this dude Blake Bell jump right in and the offense not miss a beat,and what the fuck is up wit the defense....improvements or more of the same

    @BDB

    tell the truth...u ready 4 kiffin to get the fuck.....and just give me the rundown on what to expect from yall team this year

    @infamous114

    another rundown of ya team.......2-3 more years before ACC camp dreams or sooner than that

    @bigev240

    shyt another rundown.....no diss but Rutgers aint really on niggaz radar in the south

    @bgoat

    yall got some former highly rated recruits about to really get playin time....think Jameis Winston win s the job if he doesnt have it...and if so what u expect...NCG...BCS game???
  • bigev240bigev240 Illpix O.G. Posts: 8,040 ✭✭✭✭✭
    There is some talk about the Big Ten rescinding the offer to Rutgers after all the shit thats going on with the AD. But I don't think its going to happen.
  • bgoatbgoat Posts: 3,543 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @GetMoneyInDaN.O.
    Yup, it's about time for these pups to grow up and become some DOGGS! I'm looking forward to our Defense and new D. Coordinator.

    I expect Jameis to start, I also expect him to take his lumps n bruises, just get it out of the way now and be ready for the 14 season. We still have a solid base and foundation, but we did lose some key pieces that will be hard to replace off the bat, but the youngins will get it together.

    I expect a repeat of last year(Win the Conference and Win the BCS Orange Bowl)

    I think we have the schedule to be in the NCG. We just haven't figured out how to stop losing games we aren't supposed to be losing. Until we dominate our schedule/conference I won't be thinking about the NCG.
  • infamous114infamous114 Down in Miami where it's warm in the winter. Posts: 30,360 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2013
    If we're not playing Florida State or Clemson in the ACC Championship, the season will be a disappointment. There is enough talent on the team to get it done.
  • 44Since8844Since88 Taking it one day at a time.... HoustonPosts: 22,457 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @GetMoney

    Ash got QB on lockdown
    greenwood1921
  • Chef_Taylor Chef_Taylor Young King.....pay me in gold Posts: 26,584 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @getmoney ....when you say deformed i thought you was talking about this guy

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    ^^^ Case McCoy


    The Qb position at Texas is somewhat stable...Ash is the starter but for what ever reason mack brown like to rotate ash&mccoy but its david ash job to lose.
  • 44Since8844Since88 Taking it one day at a time.... HoustonPosts: 22,457 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Nah Mccoy outta the picture McCoy might transfer
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  • greenwood1921greenwood1921 Posts: 47,115 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Bell been ready to start for almost 2 years now.

    Dude has 24 touchdowns already with no starts.

    He's Tebow & Colin Klein with a Landry arm.

    He'll be aight.

    Defense is coached by Mike Stoops. Period.

    Took some time for our vets to adapt from Venables 3-4 style (which worked pretty well for Clemson last year and vs LSU.)

    But Mike is turning things around. Secondary was much better last year, front 7 was confused.


  • Chef_Taylor Chef_Taylor Young King.....pay me in gold Posts: 26,584 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Yeah i think he fucked up when he got into the sexual assault charge or whatever...i think brewer 2nd string with swoopes trying to work his way up in the depht chart.
  • ShizlanskyShizlansky Nothing better then being a father. Posts: 21,575 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    Millz.

    Impact Freshmen last year

    Was easily our best defender in the secondary, which included Reid who went in the first round and Simon that got drafted later

  • 44Since8844Since88 Taking it one day at a time.... HoustonPosts: 22,457 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Doubletee wrote: »
    Yeah i think he fucked up when he got into the sexual assault charge or whatever...i think brewer 2nd string with swoopes trying to work his way up in the depht chart.

    Swoopes is the sleeper. Depends on how fast he picks up the offense.
    Chef_Taylor
  • GetMoneyInDaN.O.GetMoneyInDaN.O. Posts: 2,950 ✭✭✭✭
    yeah bruh saw the spring game n shyt just wonderin if mack gonna do the les 2 plays the n sub-a-qb instead of lettin a qb get in a groove

    as far as blake bell ive only seen the niggaz work inside the 10 yd line...much like tebow in 06.....and the 3-4 wasnt our problem vs clemson...our problem was the offense all season long...losing 3 games by a total or 13 point

    jalen mills my nigga but i wanna see what tre white gon do when fall practice gets here
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