TITG: Run That Back (Fall 2011) – College Football Recap, Week 7
Our weekly rundown of college football props, coupled with much disrespect after the link.
LSU – Easily the most impressive team we’ve seen this season, defense is crazy on point and 2 good QB’s combine to make one. Tennessee never had a chance, and the Tigers left Knoxville with a 38 – 7 victory in tow
Alabama – Bama put a country road ass whipping’ on their fratty cousins from Oxford, 58 – 7 with Trent Richardson leading the way.
Wisconsin – We have to give it up to the Badgers, they refrained from putting up 80 points again on the Hoosiers. 59 points worked just fine for the team that doesn’t seem to have an equal in the Big 10 (+2)
Michigan State – The Spartans officially run the state of Michigan, their 28 – 14 victory over over Michigan Saturday made 4 in a row. Meanwhile, they also gave other teams a blueprint on how to stop Denard Robinson.
Oregon – No LaMichael James or Darron Thomas? No problem, insert a great back up tailback and unheard of QB to keep it pushing over the Sun Devils 41 – 27.
Virginia – This was our fail call of the weekend, we just knew the Cavaliers had no shot at beating Georgia Tech. Damn were we wrong, Virginia gave tech a taste of their own medicine piling up 272 rushing yards on the way to a 24 – 21 victory.
Kansas State – Wildcat coach Bill Snyder is old enough to be your grand mother’s , baby father, from her first marriage. His old ass can still coach circles around all of the high dollar newcomers.
Not A Good Look:
Kansas – Don’t worry, midnight madness was last week so this will all be over soon.
Texas – One plus came from Saturdays loss, you have a damn good freshman running back. The negatives are that you may lose to Baylor again
Michigan – They started the trend of undefeated teams from Michigan losing, that carried into unsay with the Lions.
Georgia Tech – The ACC proving nobody’s above a loss from team they should probably beat handily
Illinois – Even with mad cats on probation, the Buckeyes can still beat the best that Illinois has to offer. It’s damn shame
Baylor – Having a defense that couldn’t bust a grape in fruit fight will eventually comeback to bite you in the ass. It bit the Bears in College Station hard
Wake Forest – Still 3 – 1 in conference after jumping out to an early lead. Just remember Deacons, there’s alway the Independence Bowl!
Florida – only managed to put up 6 points, just sad man………..sad for real
South Carolina – The Gamecocks are likely headed to another championship game, just to get the breaks beat off of them again by whoever wins the west.
Texas and Texas A&M – Moistness on all fronts from these two programs. Ending a rivalry on one end, because the Longhorns are afraid they won’t have their whipping boy anymore (in public perception only). And the Ags think their gonna walk into the SEC and have meaningful rivalries with teams that don’t give a damn about them. Weak shit, times 5
Trent Richardson (Alabama) – Trent Richardson carried his team to victory over the Rebel Black Bears, and made a couple of cats look foolish on the way. Check the highlight vid above
Ryan Tannehill (Texas A&M) – Putting up 6td’s through the air is certified big things, even if it’s against a terrible defense. Tannehill and the Ags kept themselves from dropping another game. His numbers ran something like 25-37-415yds, with the 6 touches.
Oregon offensive backups – Kenjon Barner is already a certified G, but who the hell is this Bryan Bennet kid that came in running the option like a smoother version of Scott Frost.
Russell Wilson (Wisconsin) – Russell Wilson continues to lead the pack for ALready’s imaginary Heisman vote. Not only did dude thewo a touchdown on Saturday, he caught one also. Sportin’ Waves connect-gang
Ryan Broyles (Oklahoma) – 217 yards on 13 catches put Broyles in a category all by himself, he’s the NCAA’s career leader in receptions. His 217 yards is also and Oklahoma record, and he had 2tds on top of that.
Ryan Swope (Texas A&M) – Ryan Swope has a different type of speed, and he showed the Bears all day Saturday with 206yds receiving and 4tds.