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The Alabama Episode by Shutdown Fullback Bud Elliot - Exxxpert (EDSBS)

The Alabama Episode by Shutdown Fullback Bud Elliot - Exxxpert (EDSBS)

As Signing Day approaches, Onion Sports analysts break down the nation's top prep prospects.


Mario Edwards: At 6-foot-4, 297 pounds, he’s easily the freakiest of the freaks of nature that populate the top of the recruiting list

The Top 100 Games Of The 2011 College Football Season


7. Oklahoma 23, Florida State 13 (Sept. 17). As with Georgia-South Carolina, this is another "if we knew then what we know now" game. Both of these teams would be decimated by injuries, and each would lose three more games the rest of the way. But with the stakes that we thought this game held at the time, this was perhaps the most exciting, dramatic example of big boy football in the 2011 season. Doak Campbell Stadium was rocking, both teams were delivering body blows, and when backup quarterback Clint Trickett (in for the injured E.J. Manuel) found Rashad Greene for an incredible, game-tying catch-and-run with 9:32 remaining... ... things got crazy. That Oklahoma was able to lock things down and win going away was a major achievement and a display of mental strength the Sooners would struggle to duplicate the rest of the way.

Heather is in love: FSU's defense ends BC's bowl hopes


I'll highlight the sexy parts... Florida State’s defense was like a giant on Thursday night, and BC was swinging at its knees, hitting nothing but air for four quarters. It’s still hard to believe this same Florida State team lost three games this year, though in retrospect, it can be rationalized. What’s done is done, and the Seminoles continued to state their case as one of the best teams in the ACC, regardless of their place in the standings. For the fourth straight week, the Seminoles flat-out dominated, smothering Boston College from the very start with its pass rush in a 38-7 win. With a 2-7 record the Eagles will have their streak of 12 consecutive bowl games snapped, but after watching them play on Thursday night, it was clear that this year’s team isn’t bowl worthy. Florida State, though, earned its sixth win of the season and is guaranteed a spot in the postseason -- just not the one many had expected. FSU quarterback EJ Manuel has received most of the attention for the Noles’ turnaround, but the defense has been simply outstanding. The Noles snagged four takeaways from BC, and three were very costly: * Rolandan Finch fumbled in the first quarter and Telvin Smith recovered it at BC’s 2 yard line. The Noles took the 7-0 lead three plays later. * With 43 seconds left in the half, it was second-and-goal from the 1 for BC when Finch was credited with another fumble and Bjoern Werner recovered it at his own 2. It wasn’t Finch’s fault, as inexperienced quarterback Josh Bordner bumbled the handoff. * In the fourth quarter, Rettig was intercepted by Werner at the BC 36-yard line. FSU scored on the following possession for a 38-7 lead. (Werner, by the way, is playing his way into the ACC's Defensive Player of the Year conversation). It was an ugly performance by BC, which was completely overwhelmed by Florida State. The Eagles, aside from Luke Kuechly’s ridiculous 20 tackles, simply had no answer. Again. With three games left and no bowl hopes remaining, BC will be playing for pride and for 2012 in the final three games. Florida State? The Noles look like they’re playing for another top 10 preseason ranking.

Time for Elway to think post-Tebow

"The problem with Tebow is he isn’t showing any signs of improvement as a traditional quarterback, and that’s what the Denver brass wants to see. There is something technically wrong with every snap he takes. The Broncos want Tebow to show them he can be an effective pocket passer in the NFL. Rookie quarterbacks such as Cam Newton, Andy Dalton and Christian Ponder already have shown they have the makings of being quality NFL passers. Tebow, the No. 25 pick of the 2010 draft (a pick made by the previous Denver regime), is light years behind those players." (via espn AFC west blog)



"If history has taught us anything, it is that any one man--or 11 of them on a football team at a time--can be eliminated. No system is perfect, no group of players is perfect. Read Saban's defensive playbooks, though, and you can see how Saban creates the illusion of invincibility. You could read the whole thing--including the part where he tells his players not to waste food--but we've cut the most important part out for you below. Make your opponent feel that you will never quit coming after him and that he may as well quit. Add in technique, coaching, and 90-hour work weeks combined with relentless recruiting, and you have the vaunted process firing on all cylinders in Tuscaloosa." via The Alphabetical, Week 5: The Annual And Variable Invincibility Of Alabama Found this interesting. I can't wait until FSU has an illusion of invincibility.

AMP Archives: Christian Ponder


Video of our young wizard from the 2005 Texas 7 on 7 Tournament

ESPN's Year of the Quarterback - Sport Science: Christian Ponder


This is good stuff right here. And here's another link to see Ponder's Touch. Science!

More marijuana trouble for Gators...

The Palm Beach Post reported over the weekend that sophomore linebacker Kedric Johnson and redshirt freshman defensive end/linebacker Chris Martin were also arrested and charged back in January with possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana in separate incidents.

ZEKE PIKE CHOOSES AUBURN UNIVERSITY. God is the best recruiter in the world, since something like...

ZEKE PIKE CHOOSES AUBURN UNIVERSITY. God is the best recruiter in the world, since something like God (or a "God thing", which is like a really divine piece of furniture or bus stop or something) told the Kentucky junior quarterback that his blue chip self to go to Auburn. He also chose words poorly given recent alleged events that no one has proven, Pawl. NO ONE. "I feel like a million bucks," Pike said. "I am so happy and it's such a big relief." Avoid all cash similes when discussing Auburn, young man. First of all they are very generous people who showed up like gangbusters for the EDSBS Charity Drive, and for that we are feeling huggy. Unfortunately we hug while holding sharpened scissors WE'RE SORRY IT'S JUST LIKE BREATHING AT THIS POINT-- (via EDSBS)

Sporting News’ annual Spring 25


6. DE Brandon Jenkins, Jr., FSU. It has taken almost a decade, but Florida State again has a rush end in the mold of Andre Wadsworth—a strong, athletic presence who can’t be blocked in man situations.

The Crazy Nastyass Honey Badger obligatory


The Crazy Nastyass Honey Badger obligatory

Thursday Senior Bowl Notes - Afternoon Practice


"Among the quarterbacks of the South team, Florida State's Christian Ponder continued to impress with his sense of the little things - like how he'll shoulder-fake an oncoming defender and hit an accurate intermediate pass off his back foot. Ponder doesn't hit every target, and his arm isn't a howitzer, but the one thing I keep coming back to when I talk about his play this week is that he always seems to be under control because he has a solid grasp of the fundamentals. Mike Mayock of the NFL Network said today that Ponder talked with him about the differences between throwing to his own receivers, and what he's doing here with a new set of targets. While he may have been directed to throw before a receiver makes his breaks under Jimbo Fisher, he might have to throw a laser in Mobile because he's been told to make his throw after the break." (via Shutdown Corner, Yahoo Sports)

Updated 2011 ESPNU 150


5 Karlos Williams S (Grade: 86 - 5 Star) 25 Bobby Hart OT (Grade: 83 - 4 Star) 27 Giorgio Newberry ATH (Grade: 82 - 4 Star) 29 James Wilder Jr. ATH (Grade: 82 - 4 Star) 60 Keelin Smith S (Grade: 81 - 4 Star) 67 Nick Waisome CB (Grade: 81 - 4 Star) 116 Tyler Hunter S (Grade: 81 - 4 Star) 125 Rashad Greene WR (Grade: 80 - 4 Star) 130 Jordan Prestwood OT (Grade: 80 - 4 Star) 146 Nile Lawrence-Stample DT (Grade: 80 - 4 Star) BLOOM Just outside the top 150 Kelvin Benjamin WR (Grade: 80 - 4 Star) Devonta Freeman RB (Grade: 80 - 4 Star) Lamarcus Brutus S (Grade: 80 - 4 Star) Derrick Mitchell DT (Grade: 79 - 4 Star) Notable Uncommitted Prospects 9 Tony Steward ILB (Grade: 85 - 5 Star) 13 Ray Drew DE (Grade: 85 - 5 Star) 17 Tim Jernigan DT (Grade: 84 - 4 Star) 20 Nick O'Leary TE (Grade: 83 - 4 Star) 94 Brandon Fulse TE (Grade: 81 - 4 Star)

Under Armour practice Day 2 blog

Pettis crushes Johnson 3:33 pm ET -- Another 'Noles pledge, offensive lineman Trey Pettis just de-cleated five-star Anthony Johnson. The future LSU defensive tackle did not see him coming. One of the harder hits so far this week. Karlos to the house 3:32 pm ET -- Karlos Williams picks off a Max Wittek pass and takes it to the house. White team defense is very excited celebrating with Williams, a future Seminole, in the end zone. Diskel picked off 3:20 pm ET -- Jeff Driskel throws pick six to Trey DePriest. The future Buckeye, who has really impressed us with his range in coverage, undercut a Brandon Fulse route and took it to the house. Throw Nick's way 3:00 pm ET -- Nick Waisome, who will play in Tallahassee, is begging for something to be thrown in his direction but no dice. Living up to the competition 2:50 pm ET -- Oklahoma commit Jordan Phillips blows past Trey Pettis, whose headed to Florida State, with a swim move. The kid from Kansas is playing against the best competition he's ever faced and doing very well. Newberry making plays 2:44 pm ET -- A couple of notes on Giorgio Newberry's day. The Seminoles commit handled Ohio State commit Steve Miller. He then beat Miller with great leverage. Newberry then shifted to defensive end and used an impressive spin move to get past Bobby Hart, a future teammate in Tallahassee. Heated Bellamy 2:27 p.m. ET -- Clemson commit Mike Bellamy is having a spirited "conversation" with his running backs coach after he missed him with a pass. Bellamy wanted the ball because he can make plays. Bellamy backed up his talk on the next rep beating Anthony Wallace, a future Duck, on a fly route. Bellamy remains visibly upset during inside run drills.

The Mag: Buster Posey is NEXT

The Giants catcher is ESPN The Magazine's next big thing in MLB (Play on, playa.)

NCAA: Newton declared eligible


"Auburn University football student-athlete Cameron Newton is immediately eligible to compete, according to a decision today by the NCAA student-athlete reinstatement staff." "According to facts of the case agreed upon by Auburn University and the NCAA enforcement staff, the student-athlete's father and an owner of a scouting service worked together to actively market the student-athlete as a part of a pay-for-play scenario in return for Newton's commitment to attend college and play football." '"The conduct of Cam Newton's father and the involved individual is unacceptable and has no place in the SEC or in intercollegiate athletics," said Mike Slive, Southeastern Conference Commissioner. "The actions taken by Auburn University and Mississippi State University make it clear this behavior will not be tolerated in the SEC."' Can someone please explain to me what is going on here? Is it that they can't prove that Cam had any involvement with his father's misdeeds, and therefore reinstated him? I have a feeling this is far from over.

Report: Mullen is Option 1A for Miami


"According to a report on, Mullen is option 1A in the Miami coaching search." Well then...

Quad God Hopkins That sound isn't unlike the noise of a pot full of black powder going off at a...

Quad God Hopkins That sound isn't unlike the noise of a pot full of black powder going off at a distance. From the endzone cameras Dustin Hopkins' game winning kick in Florida State's 16-13 win over Clemson doesn't clear the bar: it sails past it on its own demon-raven farting flame and shooting middle fingers of pure hellfire in all directions, flying a good five yards past the bar. In the dead, humid air of Tallahassee, the kick would have been good from 60. In Colorado it would have hit the scoreboard at Folsom Field. via College Football Alphabetical, Week 11: Summarizing Reactions To Oregon, Auburn And TCU By Region

Former FSU football player may be caned in Singapore for overstaying visa

Kamari Charlton, who was a reserve tight end for Florida State from 1992 to 1996, was arrested Sept. 1 when he attempted to leave the city-state 169 days after his 90-day social visit pass expired. Charlton, who was born in the Bahamas and owns a construction company there, was in Singapore while his wife received medical care for pregnancy complications, Ravi said. It was not clear why Charlton and his wife chose Singapore for medical treatment. Noooooo!!!!
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