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Pope, Eric, the Second

#7 Oklahoma QB Eric Pope reclaimed his starting job, and proceeded to go 25/36 for 343 yards and 4 TD as Oklahoma routed Texas 52-13.

Devy Flexes His Guns in Miami

The Saints pull the upset over Miami. Saints QB Aaron Devereaux threw for 3 TD as the New Orleans defense held Miami to 5 rushing yards in the 31-27 victory.

Meep Meep

UTSA snaps #11 Rice's 26-game winning streak in CUSA games with a decisive 31-20 road victory. QB Justin Radford threw for 208 yards and had 3 total TDs.

Foster: Chicagoan for QB

Bears QB Mohammed Foster has come into his own as the team has jumped to a 6-3 start. Foster put up 102 on the ground, including a 45-yard TD, in a 20-10 victory over LA.

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  2. PG Danny Perry 6-2 201 (Sr) Nicolet (Glendale WI) [**] PG Eric Gray 6-2 198 So Roncalli (Manitowoc WI) [Tenacity] PG Dequinn Carroll 6-1 187 (Fr) Martin Luther (Greendale WI) [Talent] SG Chamaun Carroll 6-4 214 (Jr) Martin Luther (Greendale WI) [Protection*] SG Kamar Rose 6-3 219 (So) La Crosse Central (La Crosse WI) [*] SG Henry Clay 6-2 201 So Kaukauna (Kaukauna WI) [Leadership] SG Emile Howell 6-4 222 Fr New Glarus (New Glarus WI) [Sharpshooter] SF Jean-Francois Jacobs 6-4 218 Sr Hudson (Hudson WI) [*] SF Harden King 6-7 251 So Homestead (Mequon WI) PF Brooklyn Washington 6-6 248 (Jr) St. Catherine's (Racine WI) [*] PF Maury Blackwell 6-8 263 So Appleton West (Appleton WI) [6th Man] PF Dominic Williams Jr. 6-9 268 (Fr) Mount Horeb (Mount Horeb WI) C Prenell Mosley 6-7 250 Sr Sun Prairie (Sun Prairie WI) [Mental Toughness] C John Ellis III 6-9 271 Jr Onalaska (Onalaska WI) [*] Marquette Golden Eagles (1st Half Early) PG Dequinn Carroll 6-1 187 (Fr) Martin Luther (Greendale WI) [Talent] SG Chamaun Carroll 6-4 214 (Jr) Martin Luther (Greendale WI) [Protection*] SF Jean-Francois Jacobs 6-4 218 Sr Hudson (Hudson WI) [*] PF Brooklyn Washington 6-6 248 (Jr) St. Catherine's (Racine WI) [*] C John Ellis III 6-9 271 Jr Onalaska (Onalaska WI) [*] Marquette Golden Eagles (1st Half Late) PG Danny Perry 6-2 201 (Sr) Nicolet (Glendale WI) [**] SG Henry Clay 6-2 201 So Kaukauna (Kaukauna WI) [Leadership] SF Jean-Francois Jacobs 6-4 218 Sr Hudson (Hudson WI) [*] PF Brooklyn Washington 6-6 248 (Jr) St. Catherine's (Racine WI) [*] C John Ellis III 6-9 271 Jr Onalaska (Onalaska WI) [*] NOTE: Use SG Henry Clay's leadership used on the highest roll. If tied, choose the player. Marquette Golden Eagles (2nd Half Early) PG Dequinn Carroll 6-1 187 (Fr) Martin Luther (Greendale WI) [Talent] SG Emile Howell 6-4 222 Fr New Glarus (New Glarus WI) [Sharpshooter] SF Harden King 6-7 251 So Homestead (Mequon WI) PF Brooklyn Washington 6-6 248 (Jr) St. Catherine's (Racine WI) [*] C John Ellis III 6-9 271 Jr Onalaska (Onalaska WI) [*] Marquette Golden Eagles (2nd Half Late) PG Danny Perry 6-2 201 (Sr) Nicolet (Glendale WI) [**] SG Chamaun Carroll 6-4 214 (Jr) Martin Luther (Greendale WI) [Protection*] SF Harden King 6-7 251 So Homestead (Mequon WI) PF Maury Blackwell 6-8 263 So Appleton West (Appleton WI) [6th Man] C Prenell Mosley 6-7 250 Sr Sun Prairie (Sun Prairie WI) [Mental Toughness] Marquette Golden Eagles (Overtime) PG Dequinn Carroll 6-1 187 (Fr) Martin Luther (Greendale WI) [Talent] SG Chamaun Carroll 6-4 214 (Jr) Martin Luther (Greendale WI) [Protection*] SF Jean-Francois Jacobs 6-4 218 Sr Hudson (Hudson WI) [*] PF Dominic Williams Jr. 6-9 268 (Fr) Mount Horeb (Mount Horeb WI) C Prenell Mosley 6-7 250 Sr Sun Prairie (Sun Prairie WI) [Mental Toughness]
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  4. Welcome back to the Post-Week #10 edition of Rocketcan's CUSA Power Rankings! GAMES PLAYED TNF Florida Atlantic (2-5) at Marshall (3-3): Marshall 26-20 Louisiana Tech (1-5) at Southern Miss (3-4): Southern Miss 17-13 UAB (2-4) at New Mexico State (0-7): UAB 38-18 FNF Middle Tennessee (1-5) at Florida International (4-3): Florida International 38-3 Old Dominion (4-3) at Liberty (0-7): Old Dominion 35-16 Saturday Morning Western Kentucky (2-5) at Charlotte (6-0): Western Kentucky 30-21 Afternoon None Evening UTSA (4-3) at Rice (7-0): UTSA 31-20 Night None BYE North Texas (3-4) UTEP (1-6) MAJOR TAKEAWAYS Week 10 is officially upset week. The undefeated leaders of both East and West divisions (Charlotte and Rice respectively) lost to division opponents. This really muddles the waters as to who the front runner for the divisions are as now the East has 3 teams with only one conference loss and the West has 4 teams with only one conference loss. The Game Heard 'Round the C-USA. UTSA went into Rice's home stadium and beat them up. Plain and simple. While the Charlotte loss is interesting, it was on the road vs. a scrappy division rival. Rice was at home. A place not used to seeing the other team win regardless of who they are, let alone being a C-USA team. Excellent performance by the Roadrunners. Final point about the upset of the week: Rice has benched their starting QB as a result. We all knew that Martin Hudson wasn't going to be Eric McClean, but this is an interesting move by Bubada. We will see after the BYE week what his replacement (and likely QB of the future for the Owls) Benjamin Yates, can do. In other news, most other games went how you would expect. FIU beat up on another team having a tough year, but has yet to prove themselves against a quality opponent. Marshall continues to be a scrappy, middle of the road team that is playing far above their talent level. Southern Miss had a close one at home to La. Tech, but handled their business with one of the top QB to TE connections in the country. ODU moved itself into excellent position to win the East by taking care of OOC Liberty. Both ODU and FIU have BYEs this week, and will play each other in Virginia for what will likely be a de facto playoff game for the C-USA East crown. Winner has a chance to challenge Charlotte, but loser has a much longer road. All of this chaos at the top though masks the general state of affairs at the bottom of the conference. Teams are really starting to settle into their identities and where they sit on the pecking order. I imagine as the year moves towards the conference championship games, these will stay pretty static, with the occasional upset. BOWL ELIGIBILITY Eligible Rice (7-1) Charlotte (6-1) In The Hunt UTSA (5-3) Florida International (5-3) Old Dominion (5-3) Marshall (4-3) Southern Miss (4-4) North Texas (3-4) UAB (3-4) Western Kentucky (3-5) Florida Atlantic (2-6) Middle Tennessee (1-6) Louisiana Tech (1-6) UTEP (1-6) UPCOMING GAMES (Week 11) TNF Marshall (4-3) at Louisiana Tech (1-6)Southern Miss (4-4) at UAB (3-4) FNF Western Kentucky (3-5) at Florida Atlantic (2-6)Liberty (0-8) at Middle Tennessee (1-6)UTEP (1-6) at Army (0-7) Saturday Morning None Afternoon Charlotte (6-1) at North Texas (3-4) Evening None Night None BYE Florida International (5-3) Old Dominion (5-3) Rice (7-1) UTSA (5-3) Thanks for tuning in this week! Be sure to be around next week for the Week 11 edition! Also, if you guys have any suggestions, corrections or criticisms, let me know!
  5. PG Daquan Sanders 6-3 225 (Sr) Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson VA) [*]SG Demarien Williams 6-3 211 Jr Lake Braddock (Burke VA) [Talent***]SF Jay Curry 6-5 241 So Gate City (Gate City VA) [Sharpshooter]PF Wendell Tillman 6-7 261 Fr Granby (Norfolk VA) [Ball Hog]C CeeCee Thornton 6-8 268 (Jr) Western Branch (Chesapeake VA) [*]
  6. Double Roll for Polk Thomas - 7 Hart - 5 Myers - 5 Johnson - 5 Polk - 1
  7. WVU 2nd half late PG Dean Thomas 6-3 194 Sr Pikeview (Princeton WV) [Ball Hog**] SG Jaquon Hart 6-2 208 (Jr) Richwood (Richwood WV) [Fatigued*] SF Demondre Myers 6-6 232 Sr Williamstown (Williamstown WV) [***] PF Patrick Johnson 6-6 251 Fr Chapmanville Regional (Chapmanville WV) [*] C Bryce Polk 6-8 236 Fr Perry Central (Perry NY)
  8. VT 2nd Half Early PG Daquan Sanders 6-3 225 (Sr) Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson VA) [*]SG Kreighton Nelson 6-1 205 Jr Radford (Radford VA) [Leadership]SF Taylen Coleman 6-5 227 Sr Miller (Charlottesville VA) [*]PF Marques Ruffin 6-6 245 Jr Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson VA) [Motivation]C Da'vion Calhoun 6-8 259 (So) Cape Henry Collegiate (Virginia Beach VA) Nelson uses leadership on Sanders (+3)
  9. WVU 2nd half Early. PG Dean Thomas 6-3 194 Sr Pikeview (Princeton WV) [Ball Hog**] SG Jaquon Hart 6-2 208 (Jr) Richwood (Richwood WV) [Fatigued*] SF Darterrius Moses 6-5 236 So Poca (Poca WV) [Tenacity] PF Patrick Johnson 6-6 251 Fr Chapmanville Regional (Chapmanville WV) [*] C Tramon Porter 6-6 218 Fr Williamstown (Williamstown WV) [Tenacity] Thomas gets +1 since Porter didn't score Thomas - 9 Hart - 6 Moses - 2 Johnson - 4 Porter - 0
  10. PG Johntey Gamble 5-11 185 So Blue Ridge (St. George VA) [6th Man]SG Demarien Williams 6-3 211 Jr Lake Braddock (Burke VA) [Talent***]SF Jay Curry 6-5 241 So Gate City (Gate City VA) [Sharpshooter]PF Wendell Tillman 6-7 261 Fr Granby (Norfolk VA) [Ball Hog]C CeeCee Thornton 6-8 268 (Jr) Western Branch (Chesapeake VA) [*]
  11. Double for Lloyd Lloyd gets an additional 2 since WVU is down more than 5 Lloyd - 6 Boone - 0 Myers - 5 Johnson - 3 Porter - 3
  12. WVU 1st Half Late PG Harold Lloyd III 5-11 180 Jr Elkins (Elkins WV) [Motivation] SG Ghalen Boone 6-4 220 (Jr) Oak Hill (Oak Hill WV) [*] SF Demondre Myers 6-6 232 Sr Williamstown (Williamstown WV) [***] PF Patrick Johnson 6-6 251 Fr Chapmanville Regional (Chapmanville WV) [*] C Tramon Porter 6-6 218 Fr Williamstown (Williamstown WV) [Tenacity]
  13. VT 1st Half Early PG Daquan Sanders 6-3 225 (Sr) Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson VA) [*]SG Demarien Williams 6-3 211 Jr Lake Braddock (Burke VA) [Talent***]SF Jay Curry 6-5 241 So Gate City (Gate City VA) [Sharpshooter]PF Marques Ruffin 6-6 245 Jr Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson VA) [Motivation]C CeeCee Thornton 6-8 268 (Jr) Western Branch (Chesapeake VA) [*]
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  15. Double Roll for Myers and Porter Bishop removes the 3 point HCA. Hall scores 0 but reduces VT's score by 2 Thomas - 4 Bishop - 3 Myers - 6 Hall - 0 Porter - 1
  16. WVU 1st Half Early PG Dean Thomas 6-3 194 Sr Pikeview (Princeton WV) [Ball Hog**] SG Kordell Bishop 6-1 219 So Fayetteville (Fayetteville WV) [Discipline] SF Demondre Myers 6-6 232 Sr Williamstown (Williamstown WV) [***] PF Jalen Hall 6-6 221 So Greenbrier West (Charmco WV) [Blocker] C Tramon Porter 6-6 218 Fr Williamstown (Williamstown WV) [Tenacity] Using Hall's Blocker ability
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  18. Notre Dame rolled a 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 (Not in order) 4 5 2 3 1 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2nd Half (Early)
  19. CBBHC v1.0.7 Attributes * Added [Press] *(Multiple Use) This player can block an opposing players attribute. After use the player cannot play the next quarter. If going first: must be declared with roll without knowing which players the opponent will play. Declare by stating that he is being used and which position he is targeting. If going second: must be declared with roll with full knowledge of the players opponent has played. Declare by stating he is being used and which position he is targeting. Press can be used to cancel the effect of another press player.
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