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Post by Soapy » 12 May 2022, 18:33

Caesar wrote:
12 May 2022, 17:59
#USFDoesntCareAboutWomen #WinsDontStopMisogyny
A woman as an AD, a woman as school president. #ally #progress
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Post by Caesar » 12 May 2022, 18:48

Soapy wrote:
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Caesar wrote:
12 May 2022, 17:59
#USFDoesntCareAboutWomen #WinsDontStopMisogyny
A woman as an AD, a woman as school president. #ally #progress
#Tokenism Gini Thomas types

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Post by Soapy » 13 May 2022, 13:49

Caesar wrote:
12 May 2022, 18:48
Soapy wrote:
12 May 2022, 18:33
Caesar wrote:
12 May 2022, 17:59
#USFDoesntCareAboutWomen #WinsDontStopMisogyny
A woman as an AD, a woman as school president. #ally #progress
#Tokenism Gini Thomas types
wow, we support ALL women on this side.

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Post by Soapy » 13 May 2022, 14:07

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Week 9 Top Stories
1. Indiana upends Michigan State, knocking them off the chart of the unbeaten.
2. Ohio State notches a conference win against Rutgers behind the arm of Holland.
3. Kansas State wins a tight one in Notre Dame Stadium 24-20.
4. #10 Tigers fall victim to an unlikely Florida State team in SEC play.
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Week 9 SEC Results
USF 45 - AUB 10 | TAMU 38 - MIA 31 - FSU 42 - LSU 35 OT
TCU 45 - TEX 26 | MSST 37 - UK 17 | ALA 28 - JSU 10
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Week 10 SEC Schedule
Baylor (2-5, 1-4) at Auburn (3-5, 2-4)
Arizona State (2-5, 2-3) at Arkansas (2-5, 1-5)
#18 Georgia (4-3, 4-2) at Florida (3-5, 1-5)
Tennessee (5-3, 4-2) at #12 Ole Miss (6-1, 4-1)
New Mexico State (5-3, 0-0) at #16 LSU (5-2, 4-2)
Texas A&M (4-3, 2-2) at Kentucky (1-7, 0-6)
Texas (6-3, 4-2) at Mississippi State (7-1, 5-1)
Oklahoma (2-6, 2-6) at Kansas (4-3, 3-2)
Miami (5-3, 3-3) at #23 Florida State (5-3, 2-3)
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Week 10 Notable Games
#4 Oregon (7-0, 4-0) at #3 Stanford (7-0, 6-0)
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SEC Standings
East
1. USF, 7-1, 5-1 (ineligible for postseason)
2. LSU, 5-2, 4-2
3. Georgia, 4-3, 4-2
4. Alabama, 7-2, 4-2
5. Miami, 5-4, 3-3
6. Florida State, 5-3, 2-3
7. Auburn, 3-5, 2-4
8. Florida, 3-5, 1-5
West
1. Mississippi State, 7-1, 5-1
2. Ole Miss, 6-1, 4-1
3. Tennessee, 5-3, 4-2
4. Texas, 6-3, 4-2
5. Texas A&M, 4-3, 2-2
6. Oklahoma, 2-6, 2-6
7. Arkansas, 2-5, 1-5
8. Kentucky, 1-7, 0-6
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CFB Rankings
1. USC, 8-0
2. Navy, 6-0
3. Stanford, 7-0
4. Oregon, 7-0
5. USF, 7-1 (ineligible for postseason)
6. Nebraska, 6-1
7. Purdue, 7-1
8. Ole Miss, 6-1
9. BYU, 7-1
10. Tulsa, 4-1
11. Georgia Tech, 6-1
12. Michigan State, 6-1
13. Minnesota, 6-2
14. Alabama, 7-2
15. West Virginia, 7-1
16. Georgia, 4-3
17. LSU, 5-2
18. Middle Tennessee State, 7-1
19. Illinois, 5-2
20. Penn State, 4-3
21. Miami University, 6-1
22. Missouri, 6-2
23. Ohio, 6-1
24. Florida State, 5-3
25. Army, 3-3
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Players of the Week
QB Mike Evans (Florida State): 20 of 30, 347 yards, 21 carries, 106 yards, 6 total touchdowns.
CB Mark Robinson (Boston College): 7 tackles, tackle for loss, 2 interceptions.
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QB Mike Evans (Florida State): 20 of 30, 347 yards, 21 carries, 106 yards, 6 total touchdowns.
S Roy Washington (Florida State): 9 tackles, 5 tackles for loss, sack, forced fumble, fumble recovery.
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Top 247 Five-Star Commitments
#1 Maurice Bennett [WR #1]: 6'4", 206lbs | Tampa, FL | 5-star | University of South Florida
#3 Brian Harris [WR #3]: 6'1", 180lbs | Columbia, TN | 5-star | University of South Florida
#6 Nate Hodges [ATH #2]: 6'6", 246lbs | Duncan, OK | 5-star | Oklahoma State University
#9 Tim Williams [ATH #3]: 6'7", 211lbs | Lenoir City, TN | 5-star | United States Military Academy - West Point
#13 Charles Black [ATH #5]: 6'1", 197lbs | Naperville, IL | 5-star | University of Illinois
#15 James Jones [ATH #6]: 5'11", 208lbs | Casa de Oro, CA | 5-star | University of Washington
#18 Tyler Matthews [CB #1]: 5'11", 169lbs | Thomaston, GA | 5-star | University of South Florida
#19 Pat Mackey [ATH #7]: 5'11", 208lbs | Steubenville, OH | 5-star | University of Notre Dame
#23 Orlando Horne [ATH #8]: 6'0", 205lbs | Peachtree City, GA | 5-star | Georgia Tech University
#28 Thomas Reddick [ATH #10]: 6'2", 212lbs | West Point, UT | 5-star | University of Utah
#32 Ronald West [ATH #12]: 5'11", 220lbs | Santa Ana, CA | 5-star | University of Southern California
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Notable Florida Recruiting Commitments
#1 Maurice Bennett [WR #1]: 6'4", 206lbs | Tampa, FL | 5-star | University of South Florida
#38 Leroy Richards [C #2]: 6'2", 292lbs | Miami, FL | 4-star | University of South Florida
#150 Edwin Mackey [OLB #8]: 6'4", 221lbs | Miami, FL | 4-star | University of Miami
#161 Craig Greene [OLB #9]: 6'2", 212lbs | West Pensacola, FL | 4-star | Northwestern University
#223 Brett Freeman [OLB #12]: 5'11", 207lbs | Vero Beach South, FL | 4-star | University of South Florida
#289 Chris Grigsby [DE #26]: 6'6", 249lbs | Orlando, FL | 4-star | University of Central Florida

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Post by Soapy » 13 May 2022, 15:45

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SEC rules USF eligible for championship while appeals process plays out
Anthony Washington -- The Tampa Bay Chronicles

While it was tucked away in a weekend news dump, the SEC's decision on Friday could be the catalyst for a paradigm shift. The Southeastern Conference announced that the University of South Florida's football program will be eligible to win the SEC East and play in the SEC Championship game this season.

The NCAA handed down its punishment on USF a few weeks ago, which included scholarship reductions and a three-year postseason ban, which in the past has included conference championships. USF quickly announced that they would be appealing those sanctions, including the postseason ban.

While one can assume that the SEC's decision to allow USF to be bowl eligible this season is due to the fact that the appeals process is still underway, the SEC did not mention it during their announcement. The omission could simply be an omission or one with a purpose, with the latter having potentially long-lasting impact. By allowing USF to play in the SEC Championship Game, the SEC could be making a bold statement that the NCAA rules don't apply to them and by definition, they don't.

The SEC is an independent conference outside of the NCAA. The SEC could still live outside of the NCAA, a notion that many college football analyst and sports business experts have pondered about for decades. If all of the Power Five conferences wanted to band together and form a new 'super league' outside of the NCAA, it would be well within their rights. It's important to note that the College Football Playoff is also independent of the NCAA and instead a property of ESPN and by extension Disney. Where does the SEC now exclusively reside? ESPN/Disney.

For Bulls fans, the decision simply means that this season might not be a waste and there's still a chance at a repeat. For college football fans around the world and particularly those that hate the NCAA -- the two might be mutually inclusive -- it could be the end of the NCAA as we know it.

Other notes from my notebook for the week:
  • Rocky second year for Malcolm Francois Jr., Kentucky
    A lot of people that know about football spoke very highly of former USF receiver and offensive coordinator Malcolm Francois Jr. and thought that he was one of the brightest offensive minds in college football and an elite recruiter. Francois Jr. showed that during his time at USF as receivers coach and eventually offensive coordinator for a record breaking offense where he recruited a ton of talent to USF.

    Through 21 games, he's 11-10 with ten of those wins coming last season with a revamped roster that included a ton of transfers, several of which were from USF. Kentucky also doesn't have a single commit this cycle and aren't in the running for many of the top recruits in the state.

    Francois Jr's seat isn't hot yet but in the tough SEC, it's a hard place to rebuild and turn things around quickly.
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  • Junior CB Joe Jackson practicing with team but not game ready
    USF junior cornerback Joe Jackson could be one of the top corners taken in next spring's draft, a fact that doesn't escape USF head coach Malcolm Francois Sr's mind when making a decision on Jackson's availability.

    Francois Sr. spoke to the media on Wednesday during the team's bye week and said that while two bye weeks in a month have helped Jackson's recovery, he doesn't expect Jackson to be on the field until he's fully ready.

    "He's one of the best corners in the country, probably the best. When he's ready to be that again, he'll be on the field. No need to put bad tape out there, we've got guys that can play at a high level," said Francois Sr.

    Even with just four scholarship corners on the roster and now down to just three healthy ones, USF's defense has continued to impress, particularly with the emergence of freshman nickel corner Kenny Fowler.

    In two starts, Fowler has seventeen tackles and two interceptions on the season.
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  • Nussmeier sees big time potential in freshman McCarthy
    Lost in the hype of the freshman receivers and five-star quarterback Joey Spence is former four-star receiver turned running back Dionte McCarthy.

    In limited touches, McCarthy is averaging 9.1 yards per carry and 45.6 yards per game, taking four of his thirty five carries for touchdown. He also has five rushes of more than 20 yards. McCarthy's caught the attention of USF offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier.

    "He's not just a gadget player," said the veteran offensive coordinator of McCarthy's 84-yard performance against Auburn on just six carries, "He's becoming a total running back, a three-down type of guy you see at the next level."

    A linear runner, if McCarthy can add some more wiggle to his game this off-season and get stronger on contact, the two-headed backfield of McCarthy and a healthy Bobby Jackson next season will be a dangerous one.


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Post by Soapy » 13 May 2022, 17:39

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Week 10 Top Stories
1. Oregon notches a conference win behind the arm of Battle over #3 Stanford.
2. Who would've predicted that Northwestern would upset Nebraska?
3. Mississippi State defense lets them down as they lose to conference foe Texas.
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Week 10 SEC Results
TENN 27 - MISS 23 | LSU 34 - NMSU 26 | TAMU 28 - UK 20
AUB 35 - BAY 28 | ASU 35 - ARK 19 | UGA 25 - UF 24
TEX 42 - MSST 35 | KU 38 - OU 31 | FSU 38 - MIA 22
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Week 11 SEC Schedule
#4 USF (7-1, 5-1) at #6 Stanford (7-1, 6-1)
Arkansas (2-6, 1-5) at #19 Ole Miss (6-2, 4-2)
Tennessee (6-3, 5-2) at Texas A&M (5-3, 3-2)
Vanderbilt (4-5, 3-5) at Florida (3-6, 1-6)
South Carolina (2-7, 2-5) at #16 Georgia (5-3, 5-2)
#11 Alabama (7-2, 4-2) at #14 LSU (6-2, 4-2)
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Week 11 Notable Games
#24 Ohio State (5-3, 2-3) at #9 Michigan State (7-1, 4-1)
#18 Illinois (6-2, 3-2) at #20 Nebraska (6-2, 3-2)
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SEC Standings
East
1. USF, 7-1, 5-1
2. Georgia, 5-3, 5-2
3. Alabama, 7-2, 4-2
4. LSU, 6-2, 4-2
5. Florida State, 6-3, 3-3
6. Miami, 5-5, 3-4
7. Auburn, 4-5, 2-4
8. Florida, 3-6, 1-6
West
1. Mississippi State, 7-2, 5-2
2. Tennessee, 6-3, 5-2
3. Texas, 7-3, 5-2
4. Ole Miss, 6-2, 4-2
5. Texas A&M, 5-3, 3-2
6. Oklahoma, 2-7, 2-6
7. Arkansas, 2-6, 1-5
8. Kentucky, 1-8, 0-7
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CFB Rankings
1. USC, 9-0
2. Oregon, 8-0
3. Navy, 7-0
4. USF, 7-1
5. Purdue, 8-1
6. Stanford, 7-1
7. Tulsa, 5-1
8. BYU, 8-1
9. Georgia Tech, 7-1
10. Michigan State, 7-1
11. Minnesota, 6-2
12. Alabama, 7-2
13. West Virginia, 8-1
14. Middle Tennessee State, 8-1
15. LSU, 6-2
16. Georgia, 5-3
17. Ole Miss, 6-2
18. Illinois, 6-2
19. Nebraska, 6-2
20. Penn State, 5-3
21. Miami University, 7-1
22. Missouri, 7-2
23. Florida State, 6-3
24. Tennessee, 6-3
25. Army, 4-3
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Players of the Week
HB Thomas Davis (Temple): 29 carries, 226 yards, 4 touchdowns.
DE Jason Kerr (Penn State): 16 tackles, 8 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, forced fumble, interception.
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QB Brandon Rogers (Texas): 15 of 20, 263 yards, 11 carries, 44 yards, 6 total touchdowns.
CB William Stewart (Auburn): 2 tackles, 2 interceptions.
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Top 247 Five-Star Commitments
#1 Maurice Bennett [WR #1]: 6'4", 206lbs | Tampa, FL | 5-star | University of South Florida
#3 Brian Harris [WR #3]: 6'1", 180lbs | Columbia, TN | 5-star | University of South Florida
#6 Nate Hodges [ATH #2]: 6'6", 246lbs | Duncan, OK | 5-star | Oklahoma State University
#9 Tim Williams [ATH #3]: 6'7", 211lbs | Lenoir City, TN | 5-star | United States Military Academy - West Point
#13 Charles Black [ATH #5]: 6'1", 197lbs | Naperville, IL | 5-star | University of Illinois
#15 James Jones [ATH #6]: 5'11", 208lbs | Casa de Oro, CA | 5-star | University of Washington
#18 Tyler Matthews [CB #1]: 5'11", 169lbs | Thomaston, GA | 5-star | University of South Florida
#19 Pat Mackey [ATH #7]: 5'11", 208lbs | Steubenville, OH | 5-star | University of Notre Dame
#21 Caleb Jackson [HB #3]: 6'1", 210lbs | Cleveland, OH | 5-star | University of Kentucky
#23 Orlando Horne [ATH #8]: 6'0", 205lbs | Peachtree City, GA | 5-star | Georgia Tech University
#28 Thomas Reddick [ATH #10]: 6'2", 212lbs | West Point, UT | 5-star | University of Utah
#32 Ronald West [ATH #12]: 5'11", 220lbs | Santa Ana, CA | 5-star | University of Southern California
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Notable Florida Recruiting Commitments
#1 Maurice Bennett [WR #1]: 6'4", 206lbs | Tampa, FL | 5-star | University of South Florida
#38 Leroy Richards [C #2]: 6'2", 292lbs | Miami, FL | 4-star | University of South Florida
#54 Jordan Wright [DE #3]: 6'5", 252lbs | Olympia Heights [IMG] | 4-star | Michigan State University
#150 Edwin Mackey [OLB #8]: 6'4", 221lbs | Miami, FL | 4-star | University of Miami
#161 Craig Greene [OLB #9]: 6'2", 212lbs | West Pensacola, FL | 4-star | Northwestern University
#223 Brett Freeman [OLB #12]: 5'11", 207lbs | Vero Beach South, FL | 4-star | University of South Florida
#289 Chris Grigsby [DE #26]: 6'6", 249lbs | Orlando, FL | 4-star | University of Central Florida

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Post by Soapy » 13 May 2022, 17:56

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Week 11 Preview: at #6 Stanford Cardinal
Record: 7-1, 6-1 Pac 12
Head Coach: David Shaw (215-108 at Stanford, 25th year)
Offensive Coordinator: Terrell Potts (Multiple)
Defensive Coordinator: Jay Bateman (4-3 D)

Team Leaders
Passing: Johnnie Whitworth (1900 yards, 19 TD, 5 INT, 184.5 rating)
Rushing: Ira Mayo (732 yards, 6.4 ypc, 9 TD)
Receiving: Adam Fry (45 receptions, 648 yards, 4 TD)
Defense: Isaac Williams (25 tackles, 3 INT, 2 PBU)

Team Rankings
Points Per Game: 8th
Total Offense: 6th
Rushing Offense: 25th
Passing Offense: 34th
Total Defense: 6th
Rushing Defense: 42nd
Passing Defense: 7th
Turnover Differential: 60th

Team Schedule
at New Mexico State: W 42-17
vs. UCLA: W 42-35
at Colorado: W 32-27
vs. Arizona State: W 34-23
at Washington State: W 35-6
vs. Washington: W 52-17
at Oregon State: W 43-14
vs. #2 Oregon: L 42-37

Injuries
STAN HB #28 Jordan Jones, Rs Senior | 6'1", 192lbs | 92 ovr, 89 spd, 93 acc, 94 btk, 78 car, 96 elu
STAN HB #29 John Easley, Rs Junior | 6'0", 192lbs | 87 ovr, 93 spd, 96 acc, 89 btk, 75 car, 89 elu
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USF RB #4 Bobby Jackson, Sophomore | 5'9", 188lbs | 86 ovr, 97 spd, 90 acc, 82 btk, 71 car, 98 elu (out - season)
USF CB #2 Joe Jackson, Junior | 6'0", 188lbs | 90 ovr, 93 spd, 87 acc, 95 awr, 98 mcv, 96 zcv, 89 press (questionable)

Stanford Cardinal Projected Starters
QB #8 Johnnie Whitworth, Rs Senior | 6'3", 235lbs | 86 ovr, 80 spd, 68 acc, 87 car, 85 thp, 82 tha
HB #24 Ira Mayo, Senior | 6'2", 219lbs | 93 ovr, 93 spd, 94 acc, 89 btk, 88 car, 96 elu, 87 trk
WR #83 Adam Fry, Rs Senior | 5'11", 189lbs | 83 ovr, 89 spd, 87 acc, 84 cth
WR #89 Jeff Clayton, Freshman | 6'2", 207lbs | 78 ovr, 85 spd, 83 acc, 76 cth
WR #87 John Hinds, Sophomore | 6'1", 186lbs | 77 ovr, 90 spd, 90 acc, 75 cth
TE #81 Donald Lowe, Senior | 6'4", 226lbs | 91 ovr, 82 spd, 79 acc, 85 cth, 88 rbk
LT #72 Chip Williams, Senior | 6'4", 294lbs | 87 ovr, 93 pbk, 84 rbk, 87 str
LG #64 Terry Jackson, Rs Senior | 6'5", 327lbs | 89 ovr, 86 pbk, 97 rbk, 87 str
C #61 Brad Stewart, Senior | 6'4", 288lbs | 84 ovr, 81 pbk, 89 rbk, 84 str
RG #70 Shaun Hart, Sophomore | 6'1", 286lbs | 81 ovr, 91 pbk, 78 rbk, 88 str
RT #67 Michael Quinn, Junior | 6'4", 324lbs | 81 ovr, 80 pbk, 87 rbk, 88 str
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DE #65 Mike Frye, Senior | 6'5", 290lbs | 87 ovr, 79 spd, 89 acc, 85 str, 64 pmv, 60 fmv, 89 bsh
DE #66 Andre Gray, Senior | 6'1", 254lbs | 86 ovr, 82 spd, 87 acc, 83 str, 87 pmv, 74 fmv, 85 bsh
DT #97 Vincent Joseph, Rs Senior | 6'2", 318lbs | 94 ovr, 80 acc, 89 str, 99 pmv, 90 fmv, 92 bsh
DT #90 Will Gardner, Rs Senior | 6'5", 312lbs | 82 ovr, 72 acc, 76 str, 88 pmv, 87 fmv, 88 bsh
LB #55 Geoff Carter, Rs Senior | 6'0", 233lbs | 83 ovr, 83 spd, 87 acc, 59 awr, 83 tkl, 90 bsh, 67 zcv
LB #54 Steve Johnson, Rs Junior | 6'0", 241lbs | 84 ovr, 85 spd, 86 acc, 55 awr, 76 tkl, 86 bsh, 75 zcv
LB #53 Sam Mitchell, Rs Freshman | 6'2", 219lbs | 77 ovr, 89 spd, 92 acc, 71 awr, 82 tkl, 53 bsh, 70 zcv
CB #31 Blake Ray, Rs Senior | 6'1", 176lbs | 90 ovr, 94 spd, 92 acc, 73 awr, 96 mcv, 97 zcv, 91 press
CB #44 Andrew Robertson, Junior | 5'10", 173lbs | 85 ovr, 93 spd, 95 acc, 69 awr, 87 mcv, 91 zcv, 92 press
NB/S #37 Eric Harwell, Junior | 6'0", 212lbs | 80 ovr, 91 spd, 94 acc, 59 awr, 77 mcv, 82 zcv, 74 tkl
S #20 Adam Barnett, Rs Freshman | 6'2", 211lbs | 78 ovr, 88 spd, 95 acc, 59 awr, 81 tkl, 75 mcv, 75 zcv
S #42 Isaac Williams, Rs Senior | 6'3", 216lbs | 86 ovr, 80 spd, 91 acc, 68 awr, 78 tkl, 86 mcv, 84 zcv
K #10 Jorge Lee, Freshman | 6'0", 165lbs | 76 ovr, 70 kpw, 82 kac
P #4 Lavelle Davis, Freshman | 6'1", 184lbs | 73 ovr, 75 kpw, 73 kac

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Post by Soapy » 14 May 2022, 11:27

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#4 USF (7-2, 5-1) | 0 | 0 | 7 | 21 || 28
#6 STAN (8-1, 6-1) | 14 | 7 | 7 | 3 || 31
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Bulls lose in gut-wrenching fashion to Stanford and their tough defense
In their biggest game of the season, Stanford's defense was non-existence, allowing Oregon to go back and forth with Stanford's offense to the tune of 509 total yards with the Ducks converting seventy percent of their third downs and turning all six of their red zone trips into seven points.

Just a week removed from that performance, the Cardinal defense showed up, shutting down USF's high potent passing attack for an entire half and was able to hold them off in the fourth quarter as Stanford and Ira Mayo beat the Bulls 31-28 on Saturday afternoon to put themselves back in the CFP picture.

Mayo's 72-yard run in the first quarter gave Stanford a 14-0 lead, which they would never relinquish. USF's offense initially had no problem going up and down the field but failed to punch it in with an interception at the goal-line, a failed fourth down conversion from inside the 13-yard line and a missed field goal from within 25-yards.

All while Mayo and Stanford's offense kept pounding out USF's defense to the tune of 291 rushing yards, Mayo accounted for 212 of those.

USF's offense seemed to be completely stalled following injuries to receiver Andrew Young, Jason McDowell, Marques Iosefo and Sam Washington left them with bare bones on offense. Nevertheless, Jeff Jones started to get it going in the third quarter with back to back drives that ended with touchdowns to Chris Wallace to cut Stanford's lead to fourteen points.

The Bulls would get within a possession following Jarod Green's touchdown with 3:05 left in the game but Stanford's running attack was then able to put the game away along with quarterback Johnnie Whitworth who completed just eleven passes but his eleventh one came on third and eight where he was able to find a streaking receiver across the field and complete the pass despite three defenders around him.

Stanford kicked in a field goal to extend their lead with eleven seconds prior to USF getting a garbage time touchdown, another one for Green.
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Scoring Summary
Quarter 1
[STAN] J. Harrington, 3 Yd pass from J. Whitworth (5:07)
[STAN] I. Mayo, 72 Yd run (1:31)

Quarter 2
[STAN] I. Mayo, 2 Yd run (1:15)

Quarter 3
[STAN] J. Hinds, 2 Yd pass from J. Whitworth (5:04)
[USF] C. Wallace, 3 Yd pass from J. Jones (2:51)

Quarter 4
[USF] C. Wallace, 4 Yd pass from J. Jones (6:14)
[USF] J. Green, 8 Yd pass from J. Jones (3:05)
[STAN] J. Lee, 34 Yd FG (0:11)
[USF] J. Green, 50 Yd pass from J. Jones (0:00)
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#4 South Florida Bulls
QB Jeff Jones: 35 of 51, 457 yards, 4 touchdowns, interception, sacked once, 7 carries, 26 yards, fumble (lost)
HB William Jones: 5 carries, 16 yards.
HB Dionte McCarthy: 3 carries, 5 yards.
TE Chris Wallace: 8 receptions, 75 yards, 2 touchdowns.
WR Jarod Green: 7 receptions, 115 yards, 2 touchdowns.
WR Jason McDowell: 5 receptions, 75 yards (left game with injury).
TE Keith Oliver: 4 receptions, 48 yards.
WR Marques Iosefo: 3 receptions, 32 yards (left game with injury).
LB Chris Williams: 7 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, sack.
LB Josh Anderson: 7 tackles, 2 tackles for loss.
CB Kevin Collins: 6 tackles, interception.

#6 Stanford Cardinal
QB Johnnie Whitworth: 11 of 17, 64 yards, 2 touchdowns, interception, sacked twice, 5 carries, 29 yards.
HB Ira Mayo: 26 carries, 212 yards, 2 touchdowns.
HB Russ Brown: 5 carries, 42 yards.
WR John Hinds: 3 receptions, 29 yards, touchdown.
S Adam Barnett: 8 tackles.
CB Blake Ray: 7 tackles, tackle for loss.
S Isaac Williams: 6 tackles, interception.

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Post by Soapy » 14 May 2022, 11:40

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Week 11 Top Stories
1. Alabama notches a conference win against LSU behind the arm of Tate.
2. Navy stays unbeaten with a 38-3 win vs. conference rival Virginia.
3. Notre Dame drops Louisville, increases its ACC record to 5-3.
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Week 11 SEC Results
STAN 31 - USF 28 | MISS 48 - ARK 17 | TENN 45 - TAMU 28
UF 42 - VANDY 31 | UGA 28 - SCAR 14 | ALA 40 - LSU 20
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Week 12 SEC Schedule
#21 Florida State (6-3, 3-3) at #10 USF (7-2, 5-1)
#12 Middle Tennessee State (8-1, 7-0) at #20 LSU (6-3, 4-3)
Louisville (2-8, 1-7) at Kentucky (1-8, 0-7)
California (4-5, 4-4) at Arkansas (2-7, 1-6)
#15 Georgia (6-3, 5-2) at Auburn (4-5, 2-4)
Coastal Carolina (5-5, 0-0) at #18 Ole Miss (7-2, 5-2)
Oklahoma (2-7, 2-6) at Texas A&M (5-4, 3-3)
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Week 12 Notable Games
#14 Minnesota (7-2, 5-1) at #17 Illinois (7-2, 4-2)
#8 Michigan State (8-1, 5-1) at #24 Rutgers (7-2, 4-2)
#4 Stanford (8-1, 6-1) at #1 USC (9-0, 7-0)
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SEC Standings
East
1. USF, 7-2, 5-1
2. Georgia, 6-3, 5-2
3. Alabama, 8-2, 5-2
4. LSU, 6-3, 4-3
5. Florida State, 6-3, 3-3
6. Miami, 5-5, 3-4
7. Auburn, 4-5, 2-4
8. Florida, 4-6, 1-6
West
1. Tennessee, 7-3, 6-2
2. Ole Miss, 7-2, 5-2
3. Texas, 7-3, 5-2
4. Mississippi State, 7-2, 5-2
5. Texas A&M, 5-4, 3-3
6. Oklahoma, 2-7, 2-6
7. Arkansas, 2-7, 1-6
8. Kentucky, 1-8, 0-7
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CFB Rankings
1. USC, 9-0
2. Oregon, 9-0
3. Navy, 8-0
4. Stanford, 8-1
5. Purdue, 8-1
6. Tulsa, 6-1
7. Georgia Tech, 8-1
8. Michigan State, 8-1
9. BYU, 9-1
10. USF, 7-2
11. Alabama, 8-2
12. Minnesota, 7-2
13. West Virginia, 8-1
14. Middle Tennessee State, 8-1
15. Georgia, 6-3
16. Illinois, 7-2
17. Ole Miss, 7-2
18. Penn State, 6-3
19. Miami University, 8-1
20. Missouri, 8-2
21. LSU, 6-3
22. Tennessee, 7-3
23. Florida State, 6-3
24. Nebraska, 6-3
25. Rutgers, 7-2
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Players of the Week
QB Travis Vaughn (Kent State): 17 of 29, 208 yards, 17 carries, 146 yards, 5 total touchdowns.
DE Willie Silva (Fresno State): 10 tackles, 5 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, forced fumble.
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HB Alonzo Jones (Florida): 30 carries, 185 yards, 3 touchdowns, 3 receptions, 68 yards, touchdown.
CB Reggie James (Ole Miss): 1 tackle, 2 interceptions.
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Top 247 Five-Star Commitments
#1 Maurice Bennett [WR #1]: 6'4", 206lbs | Tampa, FL | 5-star | University of South Florida
#3 Brian Harris [WR #3]: 6'1", 180lbs | Columbia, TN | 5-star | University of South Florida
#6 Nate Hodges [ATH #2]: 6'6", 246lbs | Duncan, OK | 5-star | Oklahoma State University
#9 Tim Williams [ATH #3]: 6'7", 211lbs | Lenoir City, TN | 5-star | United States Military Academy - West Point
#13 Charles Black [ATH #5]: 6'1", 197lbs | Naperville, IL | 5-star | University of Illinois
#15 James Jones [ATH #6]: 5'11", 208lbs | Casa de Oro, CA | 5-star | University of Washington
#18 Tyler Matthews [CB #1]: 5'11", 169lbs | Thomaston, GA | 5-star | University of South Florida
#19 Pat Mackey [ATH #7]: 5'11", 208lbs | Steubenville, OH | 5-star | University of Notre Dame
#21 Caleb Jackson [HB #3]: 6'1", 210lbs | Cleveland, OH | 5-star | University of Kentucky
#23 Orlando Horne [ATH #8]: 6'0", 205lbs | Peachtree City, GA | 5-star | Georgia Tech University
#28 Thomas Reddick [ATH #10]: 6'2", 212lbs | West Point, UT | 5-star | University of Utah
#30 Cedric Cutler [ATH #11]: 6'4", 217lbs | Hesperia, CA | 5-star | United States Military Academy - West Point
#32 Ronald West [ATH #12]: 5'11", 220lbs | Santa Ana, CA | 5-star | University of Southern California
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Notable Florida Recruiting Commitments
#1 Maurice Bennett [WR #1]: 6'4", 206lbs | Tampa, FL | 5-star | University of South Florida
#38 Leroy Richards [C #2]: 6'2", 292lbs | Miami, FL | 4-star | University of South Florida
#54 Jordan Wright [DE #3]: 6'5", 252lbs | Olympia Heights [IMG] | 4-star | Michigan State University
#86 Grant Hampton [DE #7]: 6'1", 252lbs | North Miami, FL | 4-star | University of Texas
#150 Edwin Mackey [OLB #8]: 6'4", 221lbs | Miami, FL | 4-star | University of Miami
#161 Craig Greene [OLB #9]: 6'2", 212lbs | West Pensacola, FL | 4-star | Northwestern University
#223 Brett Freeman [OLB #12]: 5'11", 207lbs | Vero Beach South, FL | 4-star | University of South Florida
#289 Chris Grigsby [DE #26]: 6'6", 249lbs | Orlando, FL | 4-star | University of Central Florida
#291 Jeff Rushing [S #5]: 6'1", 198lbs | Port St. Lucie, FL | 4-star | Florida State University

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Week 12 Preview: vs. Florida State Seminoles
Record: 6-3, 3-3 SEC
Head Coach: Jeremy Pruitt (14-9 at Florida State, 2nd year, 64-70)
Offensive Coordinator: Erik Alexander (Pro)
Defensive Coordinator: Jeremy Pruitt (4-3 D)

Team Leaders
Passing: Mike Evans (1762 yards, 18 TD, 4 INT, 175.1 rating)
Rushing: Brad Gates (498 yards, 5.8 ypc, 4 TD)
Receiving: Calvin Stratton (57 receptions, 702 yards, 8 TD)
Defense: Pete Brown (40 tackles, 12 TFL, 5.5 sacks)

Team Rankings
Points Per Game: 35th
Total Offense: 22nd
Rushing Offense: 93rd
Passing Offense: 10th
Total Defense: 50th
Rushing Defense: 11th
Passing Defense: 108th
Turnover Differential: 87th

Team Schedule
vs. #23 Tennessee: L 31-13
at Kentucky: W 31-24
vs. Florida A&M: W 34-7
at #9 Alabama: L 38-31
vs. Auburn: L 31-27
vs. Maryland: W 32-20
vs. Georgia Southern: W 44-26
vs. #20 LSU: W 42-35 OT
vs Miami: W 38-22

Injuries
USF RB #4 Bobby Jackson, Sophomore | 5'9", 188lbs | 86 ovr, 97 spd, 90 acc, 82 btk, 71 car, 98 elu (out - season)
USF CB #2 Joe Jackson, Junior | 6'0", 188lbs | 90 ovr, 93 spd, 87 acc, 95 awr, 98 mcv, 96 zcv, 89 press (questionable)

Florida State Seminoles Projected Starters
QB #13 Mike Evans, Rs Senior | 6'3", 224lbs | 91 ovr, 88 spd, 89 acc, 87 awr, 91 thp, 79 tha
HB #42 Brad Gates, Sophomore | 6'2", 213lbs | 83 ovr, 89 spd, 88 acc, 82 btk, 74 car, 86 elu
WR #84 Calvin Stratton, Junior | 5'11", 222lbs | 89 ovr, 89 spd, 87 acc, 90 cth
WR #85 Kevin Huff, Senior | 5'11", 197lbs | 87 ovr, 88 spd, 97 acc, 86 cth
WR #82 Charles Singleton, Junior | 6'0", 194lbs | 83 ovr, 84 spd, 84 acc, 82 cth
TE #88 Richard Carter, Rs Senior | 6'6", 255lbs | 88 ovr, 84 spd, 89 acc, 93 cth, 81 rbk
LT #79 Maurice Newton, Freshman | 6'4", 296lbs | 76 ovr, 84 pbk, 80 rbk, 78 str
LG #60 Kingsley Tate, Rs Senior | 6'3", 333lbs | 93 ovr, 93 pbk, 94 rbk, 87 str
C #78 Kris Cannon, Junior | 6'5", 332lbs | 81 ovr, 78 pbk, 84 rbk, 84 str
RG #63 Drew Smith, Senior | 6'6", 299lbs | 91 ovr, 85 pbk, 96 rbk, 90 str
RT #68 Thomas Thompson, Sophomore | 6'4", 312lbs | 73 ovr, 79 pbk, 79 rbk, 82 str
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DE #61 Anthony Shaw, Junior | 6'5", 252lbs | 87 ovr, 75 spd, 77 acc, 88 str, 84 pmv, 94 fmv, 82 bsh
DE #92 Pete Brown, Rs Senior | 6'1", 249lbs | 84 ovr, 73 spd, 81 acc, 81 str, 88 pmv, 83 fmv, 87 bsh
DT #96 Curtis Larkin, Junior | 6'3", 305lbs | 78 ovr, 71 acc, 81 str, 84 pmv, 83 fmv, 84 bsh
DT #64 Gabriel Anderson, Rs Junior | 6'6", 294lbs | 76 ovr, 65 acc, 81 str, 80 pmv, 79 fmv, 79 bsh
LB #91 Skip Dawson, Senior | 6'4", 240lbs | 89 ovr, 85 spd, 99 acc, 53 awr, 78 tkl, 92 bsh, 79 zcv
LB #55 Jerome Smith, Sophomore | 6'3", 246lbs | 86 ovr, 80 spd, 90 acc, 60 awr, 85 tkl, 86 bsh, 74 zcv
LB #53 Don Johnson, Rs Senior | 6'1", 199lbs | 84 ovr, 85 spd, 90 acc, 60 awr, 84 tkl, 87 bsh, 77 zcv
CB #39 Mike Thomas, Senior | 6'1", 168lbs | 90 ovr, 95 spd, 96 acc, 74 awr, 99 mcv, 97 zcv, 88 press
CB #36 Andy Patterson, Rs Senior | 6'1", 180lbs | 89 ovr, 94 spd, 95 acc, 78 awr, 89 mcv, 99 zcv, 95 press
NB #20 Robert Lumpkin, Junior | 6'1", 211lbs | 86 ovr, 92 spd, 95 acc, 72 awr, 89 mcv, 92 zcv, 94 press
S #34 Phillip Francis, Rs Sophomore | 6'0", 201lbs | 78 ovr, 87 spd, 90 acc, 71 awr, 77 tkl, 60 mcv, 82 zcv
S #25 Roy Washington, Rs Senior | 6'3", 192lbs | 88 ovr, 84 spd, 95 acc, 73 awr, 78 tkl, 81 mcv, 88 zcv
K #3 Stephen Nelson, Junior | 5'11", 181lbs | 93 ovr, 99 kpw, 89 kac
P #7 Jamaal Mooney, Junior | 5'11", 223lbs | 89 ovr, 99 kpw, 80 kac
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