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serwendel

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serwendel last won the day on August 19 2018

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About serwendel

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    Vanderbilt Commodores (2014-Present)
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    Dallas Cowboys GM/Head Coach (2014), Dallas Cowboys Owner/GM (2015-2017), Dallas Cowboys Owner/Head Coach (2018), Dallas Cowboys Owner (2019), Dallas Cowboys Owner/Head Coach (2020-2021), Dallas Cowboys Owner/GM/Head Coach (2021-Present)
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  1. Excellent performance all around for us, especially in the pass game. Burnett was a machine, Montgomery continued to impress, and Gibson played great from the slot. Donte Floyd continues to make stat sheets, if he keeps this up he take the starting job even after Randolph comes back. Good game Seahawks, I really like the way you've built your team. Dowden really looks like he'll be a great QB in the next couple of years.
  2. Definitely prefer this poll.
  3. Good game Ravens, I absolutely despise having to gameplan against your defense, and Black's looking like he'll be a great QB. Just wish we could string together two wins in a row at some point this year...
  4. Good game Franz, Georgia's always a good team, so I'm glad to get a win here. Especially since I was expecting to have my miracle adjustments feat finally activate here.
  5. Pretty happy with Floyd's performance in his one start so far. Glad to see it reflected on his statsheet!
  6. Good game niners! I was honestly convinced that we were going to lose this one. Burnett and Montgomery once again proved themselves to be a lethal connection. Pretty happy with the way our DL played as well. Grady turned up his game with Randolph gone, while Donte Floyd was amazing in his first start, getting a sack.
  7. Good game @bbates728! Glad to see the team start to gel and take control of a game again. DEs and run game look good, hopefully we can keep this up through the rest of the season.
  8. What a comeback! Burnett, Montgomery, and Felder all had a monster game. Chatman was great too, with a pick while limiting Jank to 26 yards on 2 receptions.
  9. Ugh, so close. If only we could punch it in instead of settling for a FG from the 7... Good game @jmjacobs! Looking forward to the rematch next season!
  10. With week 1 in the books, and most every team now having played a game, let's look at the stat leaders from the best conference in the nation! Stats Leaders Passing Yards Dominick Sherman - 400 yards Storm Whittaker - 399 yards Tyler Mackey - 300 yards Passing Touchdowns Storm Whittaker - 4 TDs Dominick Sherman - 3 TDs Nathan Singletary - 3 TDs Rushing Yards Sean Meade - 204 yards Israel Coleman - 135 yards Jonah Ponder - 132 yards Rushing Touchdowns Israel Coleman - 2 TDs Sean Meade - 2 TDs Jonah Ponder - 2 TDs Zaire Minor - 2 TDs Lawrence Owens-Hodges - 2 TDs Receiving Yards Benjamin Hurd - 153 yards Trevon Bowser - 148 yards James Jones - 144 yards Receiving Touchdowns Nick Rawls - 2 TDs Donte Delmas - 2 TDs Anthony Adams - 2 TDs OL Rating - 6.70 - 5.80 - 5.60 Tackles Alshon Sinclair - 7 tackles Greg Schlosser - 7 tackles Blake Barrett - 7 tackles Tackles for Loss Myles Wallace - 3 TFLs Jason Siegel - 2 TFLs Branden Riggins - 2 TFLs Brandon Triplett - 2 TFLs Sebastian Shockley - 2 TFLs Trevor Burkhart - 2 TFLs Nathaniel Hollis - 2 TFLs Fernando Garcia-Velasquez - 2 TFLs Griffin Berman - 2 TFLs Zachary Clemons - 2 TFLs Sacks Fernando Garcia-Velasquez - 2 sacks Zachary Clemons - 2 sacks Branden Riggins - 1 sack Marcus Coles - 1 sack Orlando Redd - 1 sack Sebastian Shockley - 1 sack Trevor Burkhart - 1 sack Nathaniel Hollis - 1 sack Jason Siegel - 1 sack Kahiau Afamasaga - 1 sack Christian Crouch - 1 sack Robaire Chavis - 1 sack Franklin Hollowell III - 1 sack Myles Wallace - 1 sack Alexander Waters - 1 sack Ryan Redd - 1 sack Corey Stovall - 1 sack Russell Corbin - 1 sack Griffin Berman - 1 sack Gavin Best - 1 sack Antoine O'Neal - 1 sack Interceptions Dennis Beach - 2 INTs Branden Riggins - 1 INT Jalen Britt - 1 INT Lavonte Chatman - 1 INT Khiry Tillman - 1 INT Emmanuel Hunter - 1 INT Brandon Terrell - 1 INT Jonas Hooker - 1 INT Shane McCrary - 1 INT Dillon Vann - 1 INT Darius Allen - 1 INT Jarvis Bolton - 1 INT Zac Forte - 1 INT Darron Bynum - 1 INT Zion Oates - 1 INT Branden Valentine - 1 INT Kayden Pritchett - 1 INT Notable Tidbits This is definitely the preseason where stat padding is king, and it shows with a number of players tied for #2 in interceptions and #3 in sacks. Hopefully the stat padding continues, and players are able to break away from each other in week 2. I would also expect Auburn's lead at a couple of these positions to drop next week, as they are the only team in conference that has played 2 games. Fernando Garcia-Vasquez had himself a great game against the Wisconsin Badgers. The freshman OLB had a great debut against a tough Badgers squad with two sacks, and two tackles for loss. We at SSC look forward to the remainder of his collegiate career. Ole Miss might not be projected to win too many games this year, but they still had a great game against the Trojans of Troy. Running back Zaire Minor led the way, with 106 yards, and two touchdowns on only 19 carries against their Sun Belt opponent. Matchup of the Week Week 1: WR Deontray Clay vs CB Branden Pollard One of the most anticipated matchups this week was between the high powered passing attack of the Rice Owls and the stalwart defense of South Carolina. In particular the battles between, Rice wideout Deontray Clay and young South Carolina corner Branden Pollard stood out. Clay: 6 receptions for 74 yards Pollard: Didn't make the stat sheet. Verdict: Deontray Clay Week 2: QB Bryce Thompson vs Alabama Secondary In both teams' start to the season, and one of the most anticipated matchups of the week, heisman candidate Bryce Thompson and the Duke Blue Devils go up against the star studded Alabama Crimson Tide defense. A good performance by the Crimson Tide secondary could vault the team into title contention, and expectations in Tuscaloosa are high.
  11. Cowboys place: RB Adrian Robinson 5-11 203 5 Houston [Power] [0] 86 on the injured list. He suffered a severe ACL rupture week 2, and is out for the rest of the season.
  12. Ugh, looks like we'll need a new RB for this season.
  13. Good game Cards! I honestly thought that Yeldon was going to run all over us, pretty happy that didn't happen. But damn, those are two guys I do not want to see injured.
  14. Welcome to serwendel's SEC stat corner. Throughout the season, this will be a space to showcase the statistical leaders of the greatest conference in CFBHC. Stats Leaders Passing Yards Storm Whittaker - 399 yards Adrian Goldson - 243 yards Dominick Sherman - 220 yards Passing Touchdowns Storm Whittaker - 4 TDs Dominick Sherman - 2 TDs Adrian Goldson - 1 TD Darion Harrison - 1 TD Rushing Yards Robert Harden - 125 yards Eddie Clinton - 116 yards Sean Meade - 107 yards Rushing Touchdowns Israel Coleman - 2 TDs Robert Harden - 1 TD Eddie Clinton - 1 TD Sean Meade - 1 TD Dontarrious Westbrook - 1 TD Storm Whittaker - 1 TD Receiving Yards Trevon Bowser - 148 yards James Jones - 144 yards Nick Rawls - 127 yards Receiving Touchdowns Nick Rawls - 2 TDs Trevon Bowser - 1 TD James Jones - 1 TD Benjamin Hurd - 1 TD Danny Brantley Jr. - 1 TD Damione Lillard - 1 TD Donte Delmas - 1 TD OL Rating - 5.80 - 5.60 - 5.30 Tackles Brandon Riggins - 6 tackles Marcus Coles - 6 tackles Ezekiel Tobias - 6 tackles Ryan Reid - 6 tackles Tackles for Loss Branden Riggins - 2 TFLs Brandon Triplett - 2 TFLs Sebastian Shockley - 2 TFLs Trevor Burkhart - 2 TFLs Nathaniel Hollis - 2 TFLs Sacks Branden Riggins - 1 sack Marcus Coles - 1 sack Orlando Redd - 1 sack Sebastian Shockley - 1 sack Trevor Burkhart - 1 sack Nathaniel Hollis - 1 sack Jason Siegel - 1 sack Interceptions Branden Riggins - 1 INT Jalen Britt - 1 INT Lavonte Chatman - 1 INT Dennis Beach - 1 INT Khiry Tillman - 1 INT Emmanuel Hunter - 1 INT Brandon Terrell - 1 INT Notable Tidbits Storm Whittaker certainly had an excellent game through the air, ending up one yard shy of 400 as well as throwing for four touchdowns against the formidable Temple Owls. His ground game, however, was much less exciting. Whittaker's 19 rushing yards ended up as the least by any SEC rusher this week. Is this criticism of the Bulldog's star quarterback unfair? Absolutely, but we at SSC look forward to see his rushing game improve as the season continues. SEC defenses reigned in their undefeated week 0, with quite a few players recording sacks and interceptions. These stats once again highlight the tougher defenses that SEC quarterbacks will face once conference play starts. We look forward to the enduring battle between the SEC's amazing quarterbacks, and their defensive opponents. Matchup of the Week Week 0: N/A Week 1: WR Deontray Clay vs CB Branden Pollard South Carolina's season kicks off on Saturday evening against the high flying Rice offense, led by junior wide receiver Deontray Clay. Leading South Carolina's pass defense is the true sophomore Branden Pollard, who looks to improve on his impressive freshman campaign. How Pollard, and his fellow corners, perform against Clay and the Rice passing game should turn out to be the key to the game.
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