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Post by Bradysenior on Sun Oct 17, 2010 10:16 am

BCS College News

Week 7 Edition
Season II




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Texas Takes Out Oklahoma
Texas downs rival Oklahoma 34-31 with the help of Gilbert.

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Welcome to Week 7!
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=============== #1 Alabama Crimson Tide (5-0) ===============
Last week the Crimson Tide were idle.
This week, the Crimson Tide travel to Oxford to face the #12 Ole Miss Rebels (5-0).
In recruiting news, the following Alabama targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) CB Andrew Green has committed to Notre Dame
- (*****) CB Daniel Curtis has committed to Oklahoma
- (****) C Tyson Lawson has committed to Notre Dame
- (*****) C Justin McCoy has committed to Alabama

=============== #3 Florida State Seminoles (6-0) ===============
Last week, Florida State won 48-42 against Wake Forest (2-3).
This week, the Seminoles will host #6 Miami (4-1).
In recruiting news, the following Florida State targets have announced their decisions:
- (*****) MLB Leonard Bush has committed to Ohio State
- (****) LT David Newby has committed to Ohio State

=============== Louisville Cardinals (0-5) ===============
Last week, Louisville lost 28-21 against Virginia Tech (5-1).
This week, the Cardinals travel to Cincinnati to face the Cincinnati Bearcats (4-1).
In recruiting news, the following Louisville targets have announced their decisions:
- (*****) CB Daniel Curtis has committed to Oklahoma
- (****) TE Nathan Clark has committed to Cincinnati

=============== LSU Tigers (1-4) ===============
Last week, LSU lost 45-20 against Florida (2-4).
This week, the Tigers will host Kentucky (2-3).
In recruiting news, the following LSU targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) MLB Cole Jones has committed to Notre Dame
- (*****) WR Joe Hudson has committed to Texas
- (***) SS Justin Fields has committed to Texas A&M
- (*****) CB Daniel Curtis has committed to Oklahoma
- (*****) C Justin McCoy has committed to Alabama
- (***) P Kelvin Jones has committed to Georgia

=============== #4 Michigan Wolverines (4-1) ===============
Last week, Michigan won 38-17 against Wisconsin (4-2).
This week, the Wolverines will host Indiana (4-1).
In recruiting news, the following Michigan targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) FS Chauncey Wilson has committed to Michigan

=============== Nebraska Cornhuskers (3-1) ===============
Last week, Nebraska won 63-10 against Missouri (3-3).
This week, the Cornhuskers will host #18 Oklahoma State (4-1).

=============== #2 Oregon Ducks (6-0) ===============
Last week, Oregon won 58-17 against Arizona (2-3).
This week, the Ducks are idle.
In recruiting news, the following Oregon targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) CB Drew Kent has committed to Miami
- (****) RE Micah Reynolds has committed to Boise State
- (****) RT Curtis Hawthorne has committed to TCU
- (****) DT Jared Gaines has committed to USC
- (****) TE Ricky Williams has committed to Texas A&M
- (****) DT Trent Green has committed to USC
- (****) RE Allen Carter has committed to USC
- (****) CB Andrew Green has committed to Notre Dame

=============== #17 Tennessee Volunteers (5-1) ===============
Last week, Tennessee won 15-13 against Arkansas (3-3).
This week, the Volunteers travel to Chapel Hill to face the North Carolina Tar Heels (3-3).
In recruiting news, the following Tennessee targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) LG Brian Thompson has committed to Virginia Tech
- (****) HB Luke Hall has committed to Auburn
- (***) RG Brandon Bowling has committed to Iowa
- (***) CB Eric Thompson has committed to Auburn
- (****) MLB Cole Jones has committed to Notre Dame
- (****) HB David Brooks has committed to Tennessee
- (**) FB A.J. Faulk has committed to Pittsburgh

=============== #7 Texas Longhorns (4-1) ===============
Last week, Texas won 34-31 against Oklahoma (4-1).
This week, the Longhorns travel to Ames to face the Iowa State Cyclones (2-4).
In recruiting news, the following Texas targets have announced their decisions:
- (*****) C Justin McCoy has committed to Alabama
- (****) CB Andrew Green has committed to Notre Dame
- (*****) WR Joe Hudson has committed to Texas
- (*****) CB Daniel Curtis has committed to Oklahoma
- (***) K Cedric Wyatt has committed to Texas



1. Owners Needed:
As you may know here in the MSF we have now embarked on our 2nd season of the NCAA and with that brings high hopes and dreams of being league champion. But with every season brings the turmoil and heartbreak from what should have been and to what could have been, and now with Alabama being the defending champs we all owe them a round of applause for their breakthrough season and wish them the worst of luck. lol Now to the business at hand we still have 3 openings here @ the MSF and we could use members in the Big East/ Big Ten/ ACC just to make this league that much better in respect to high octane competition on a very sim level. So please don't shy away from clean trash talk we welcome the confident souls that dare test their football chess skills against the best damn crew of users we have in the NCAA ranks.


Game of the Week: Week 7
#1 Alabama 5-0 vs #12 Ole Miss 5-0
Predictions: Ole Miss Favored

Keys to Victory:

Alabama: In order for Bama to stave off the upset loss they will need strong offensive performance.

Ole Miss: Ole Miss marked their calenders for this match-up and this could be the 1 team stnding in Capo's way at another title birth. In order for Miss to get this win they will need a stellar defensive performance.


Ole Miss slam dances Bama 34-32 final

Upset Alert: Week 7
#6 Miami 4-1 vs #3 Florida State 6-0
Prediction: Miami Favored



Week 7 Top 25 (user's highlighted)
1(1) Bama 5-0 1504
2(5) Oreg 6-0 1315
3(4) FSU 6-0 1279
4(6) Mich 4-1 1180

5(11) Stan 5-0 1117
6(7) Mia 4-1 1032
7(10) Texas 4-1 1028
8(Cool Iowa 4-1 993
9(2) OU 4-1 984
10(9) Boise 3-1 963
11(3) Wisc 4-2 896
12(18) Miss 5-0 840
13(12) GT 4-1 840
14(13) VT 5-1 804
15(17) Utah 4-0 722
16(21) Bay 6-0 616
17(25) Tenn 5-1 429
18(26) Ok St 4-1 359
19(14) PSU 3-2 355
20(15) Or St 4-1 317
21(16) Ark 3-3 305
22(19) Wash 3-2 301
23(20) Vandy 3-2 268
24(27) TCU 4-2 246
25(32) RU 5-0 215



Season Stats: Week 7
Passing

Nelson, Riley
QB BYU
270att 156comp 3int 22tds 2070yds

Griffin, Robert
QB Baylor
229att 156comp 6int 21tds 1906yds

Garcia, Stephen
QB South Carolina
220att 144comp 5int 16tds 1812yds



Rushing

Sperry, David
HB Navy
191att 0fum 23lng 6tds 879yds

Evans, Darren
HB Virginia Tech
162att 1fum 22lng 7tds 864yds

James, LaMichael
HB Oregon
94att 0fum 100lng 14tds 860yds

Receiving

Wright, Kendall
WR Baylor
57cat 2drp 59lng 10tds 733yds

Haynes, Bradley
TE SMU
45cat 3drp 57lng 7tds 726yds

Chambers, Oneill
WR BYU
51cat 0drp 51lng 9tds 704yds


Defensive

DeMaster, Kyle
LOLB Eastern Michigan
1ff 1fr 2int 6sks 17tfl 35tkl

Franklin, Eric
FS Maryland
4ff 0fr 0int 1sks 5tfl 33tkl

Thompson, Eldon
MLB Tulsa
0ff 0fr 0int 2sks 16tfl 33tkl


Heisman Watch: Week 7
1. Kendall Wright- WR
Baylor (-)

2. LaMichael James- HB
Oregon (up)

3. Dejuan Miller- WR
Oklahoma (dn)

4. Darren Evans-HB
Va Tech (up)

5. Oneill Chambers-WR
BYU (up)

Players of the Week : Week 6
Defense

Purdue
Gerald Gooden-RE
5tkl 4tfl 6atk 2sks 2ff 1fr

Offense
Oregon
Kenjon Barner-HB
16car 283yds 3tds
2cat 20yds 1td
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