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OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS

After falling to #2 in the rankings, the Michigan Wolverines received some more disappointment over the weekend as they fell 17-16 on a last second field goal to the 25th ranked Penn State Nittany Lions. This loss opened up the B1G East and set up a potential deciding game in the final week between Michigan and long time rival and 7th ranked, Ohio State.

SOMEONE HAS GOTTA DO IT

As the AFC North tries to figure out who really wants to win the division and play in the playoffs, the battle heats up as Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Baltimore all win their respective games. The Pittsburgh Steelers will play Monday night to see if they can remain tied with Baltimore for the lead at 6-6.

STARS OF TOMORROW

Recruiting season begins to wind down but there are still some major decisions to be made as teams look to fill out their classes. Will these players be able to live up to the hype? Or will they crumble under the pressure of expectations. Stay tuned to find out.

EASTBOUND AND DOWN

The battle for the NFC East remains hot as well, for all the right reasons as both the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys picked up wins on Sunday. The Eagles beat the Falcons 31-28 and the Cowboys beat the Panthers 31-20, making the NFC South a bloodbath as well as the league heads towards the playoffs.

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  2. [2021] Week 13 B1G Players of the Week

    credit to FlutieFlakes
  3. OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK RB Julius Wesley Jr., Ohio State (25 carries for 160 yards, 3 TD vs Minnesota) Honorable mentions: QB Kyle Davidson, Michigan State (23 of 30 for 340 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT vs Rutgers); QB Matt Jones, Purdue (21 of 31 for 258 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT vs Northwestern) DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK DE Landon Crowder, Purdue (2 sacks, 3 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 safety vs Northwestern) Honorable mentions: OLB Devin Goss, Michigan (1.5 sacks, 6 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 FF vs #25 Penn State); DT Collin McCartney, Ohio State (1.5 sacks, 4 tackles, 2 TFL vs Minnesota) SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK K Connor Dykes, Nebraska (3/3 FG made from 40,23,28 yards vs #13 Illinois) Honorable mentions: K Giovanni Curtis, Michigan (3/3 FG made from 33,20,29 yards vs #25 Penn State); P A.J. Houser, Purdue (45.5 yard punting average vs Northwestern)
  4. [2021] Week 12 B1G Players of the Week

    sorry for delay, credit to FlutieFlakes
  5. OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK QB Robbie Koehler, Minnesota (24 of 36 for 285 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT vs Indiana) Honorable mentions: RB Marcel Clinton, Rutgers (25 carries for 164 yards, 1 TD vs #1 Michigan); QB E.J. McGuire, Northwestern (29 of 42 for 280 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT vs Wisconsin) DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK DE Blake Ryan, Wisconsin (2.5 sacks, 2 tackles vs Northwestern) Honorable mentions: DE Oghale Adelangwe, Penn State (1 sack, 1 FF, 4 tackles, 2 TFL vs Maryland); SS Kameron Myrick, Minnesota (1 INT, 1 PD, 4 tackles vs Indiana) SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK K Garrett Strange, Northwestern (3/3 FG made from 51,48,53 yards vs Wisconsin) Honorable mentions: K Sam Gilligan, Penn State (3/3 FG made from 48,40,27 yards vs Maryland); P P.K.Crowe, Indiana (49.5 yards punting average vs Minnesota)
  6. I have no evidence to back this up but I assume this is Duke's highest rank on the site
  7. [2021] TCU Announces Freshman Class of 2022

    I would like to say that these accusations are ridiculous and that all of the prostitutes that the recruits used on their visits were paid for out of their own pocket.
  8. Today
  9. The Charlotte Observer

    TOUGH BOUNCE Panthers drop a tough game at home against the Cowboys on Sunday night
  10. Good Afternoon Ames, Iowa! I welcome with great arms the future of our great football program. This year's recruiting has brought us many talented players and has filled much needed depth at some graduating positions such as our offensive line. This year we have amassed our largest recruiting class in the history of our program with 17 new recruits. With these players joining the ranks of Iowa State legends like Arturo Pacheco, Clifford Wilcox, David Tolliver, and Quinn Burr. We expect these young men to lead us in great strides towards improvement and success in these upcoming years starting with. OG Declan Burgess 6-7 305 Fr Auburndale (Auburndale, Wisconsin) 1.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] Declan committed to Iowa State hearing how we take great pride in our offensive linemen, he knows that we have a great future in our Runningback Kofi McCullough and our Quarterback Vaughn Sheppard. He is a passionate player who takes great pride in knowing who he is protecting and we welcome him with great arms here at ISU. OLB Cayden Causey 5-11 215 Fr Durant (Durant, IA) 3.0 of 3.5 [Blitz] Cayden will be a big part in our defensive strategy next season given his current potential there is not a doubt in my mind that he will be a great backup filling in the gap left by Dillon Mingo and Angelo Helton. His blitzing ability is something among the likes Iowa has never seen, his lightweight ability allows him to blow past the line and fill in any potential holes. He comes from a long line of players who have played in Durant including our own Ajani Nance, so expect big things from him in this upcoming season. DT Ibrahim Eason 6-7 319 Fr Woodbury Central (Moville, IA) 1.0 of 3.5 [2-Gap] We are excited that Ibrahim Eason decided to not go out of state for his college selection. This kid will be a huge gain for us in the upcoming seasons at the defensive tackle position which has currently 3 seniors and 2 juniors currently playing at ISU. Ibrahim will be a redshirt Freshman his next year and give him time to mature into his role as a future starter in a new defense here at ISU. Impact in Number Players Don't let the idea of being a backup hurt their potential. Iowa State needs depth this year as we are graduating 33 players and we need all the help we can get. These players will be a threat in the future to even the best teams as they are not strong alone but together they are Forever One unit. OG Mario Allred 6-7 295 Fr Hot Springs (Hot Springs, SD) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Aneterea Mata'afa 6-7 261 Fr Big Lake (Big Lake, MN) 1.0 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] TE Antonio Hobson 6-3 244 Fr Taylor County (Perry, FL) 1.0 of 3.0 [Blocking] TE Ibrahima Riley 6-6 198 Fr Hillsborough (Tampa, FL) 1.0 of 3.0 [Receiving] DE Milo Devine 6-4 261 Fr Grundy Center (Grundy Center, IA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Contain] CB Quinton Daniels 6-2 202 Fr Williams (Williams, CA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Man Coverage] CB Andre Holman 5-9 183 Fr North Springs (Atlanta, GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Man Coverage] RB Brian Wilkerson 5-10 184 Fr Arsenal Tech (Indianapolis, IN) 1.0 of 2.5 [Speed] WR Adam Crowe 6-3 228 Fr Northfield (Northfield, MN) 1.0 of 2.5 [Target] WR Omar Easter 6-3 218 Fr Durant (Durant, IA) 1.0 of 2.5 [Target] DT Abdoulaye Fountain 6-5 320 Fr Westside (Macon, GA) 1.0 of 2.5 [2-Gap] DT Emanuelu Vui 6-0 306 Fr Blair Oaks (Jefferson City, MO) 1.0 of 2.5 [2-Gap]
  11. Yesterday
  12. The Indianapolis Star

    Still Alive! Colts Division Hopes Still Alive After Victory Over Kansas City Shea Throwing Out of Sack During Sunday's Game
  13. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    A-Frey-ed AJ Jefferson attempts to get away from Ryan Frey who had a field day against the perpetually solid Falcons Offensive Line Falcons fall just short of notching a victory over the NFC East leading Eagles. The Falcons playoff hopes take quite a hit with this close loss.
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    C-USA Has openings as well...
  16. [2021] TCU Announces Freshman Class of 2022

    Earlier this week the owner of TCUSucksAtFootball.com called for an official investigation into your recruiting practices citing multiple anonymous sources who allege the existence of a pay to play scheme and the hiring of prostotutes during official campus visits. Would you like to respond to these accusations?
  17. Looking down our roster right now our defense appears to be very solid. We will graduate both of our OLBs and both of our safeties. But we already have replacements for all 4 of those spots (3 in this class and 1 guy who is redshirting this year). Offensivley we will lose Mo’ White but we already have his replacements. We will look for a replacement for Lucas Dykes who I think could declare as early as next season. But the place that will be hit the hardest is our offensive line where we are a little thin and graduate both a tackle and a guard. So heading into next season we will definitely prioritize offensive line and then look to the best talent available.
  18. Jumanji

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  19. Purdue > Illinois, therefore OSU > Michigan. My cool rational logic for ranking the bucks over Michigan. Please ignore all other facts that indicate otherwise.
  20. [2021] TCU Announces Freshman Class of 2022

    QB Aidan Holland 6-5 205 Fr Mesquite (Mesquite TX) 1.0 of 2.0 [Hybrid] Does "Hybrid" also stand for holder cuz thats the only shot he has of seeing the field?
  21. Coach Haff, It looks like your recruiting class is very strong on the defensive side. Considering the fact that you took the job half (Haff)- way through the year do you see yourself focusing on the offensive end next year?
  22. New York Post

    Week 12, 2021: JETS PERFORMANCE: JUST OFFENSIVE Jets defense continues string of pitiful performances as team drops second straight
  23. [2021] Week 14 SOS and RPI

    Nah not until Rivalry Week
  24. Hello and welcome, everyone, to the announcement of the future members of the 2022 Horned Frogs team. It may be hard to look towards next year during a season where we have a chance to win our first ever conference championship, but our bye week gives us a great opportunity to do just that. This is one of our most exciting recruiting classes yet! We have recruited playmakers across the field and these will be players you’ll hear about for years to come. Without further ado, here’s the TCU class 2026: CB Patrick Ross 5-9 192 Fr Coronado (Lubbock TX) 3.5 of 5.0 [Zone Coverage] There’s simply no other player we can start with. On the field, no other play in the country this season was as electric as Patrick Ross. At corner, Ross was the top ranked player in the country. He was also the starting quarterback for his team. He led Coronado to a state championship while not allowing a single touchdown in the playoffs. Ross will enter TCU as the highest ranked player we’ve ever signed and he will work his hardest to get time as a true freshman. Roman and William are excited to get a chance to play with him and if their play this year is any indication, Ross will only make that even more impressive. QB Taylor Cook 6-3 199 Fr Northland Christian (Houston TX) 2.5 of 5.0 [Hybrid] Ross isn’t the only elite player who decided to sign their name with the Horned Frogs. Taylor Cook is rated as the best quarterback in the state of Texas since Joel King, and while we all know how that turned out, Cook has already shown something King didn’t - better decision making. While I am joking, Cook is an Army All American and one of the best playmakers in the country. This is a player whose name will be known around the country in a few years. And if he isn’t exciting enough on his own, just keep in mind that he’s going to be close friends with this next recruit. WR Julio Robledo 6-0 163 Fr Apple Springs (Apple Springs TX) 2.0 of 5.0 [Speed] Julioooooooo Rrrrrrrrroooooooobleeeeeeeeedoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo! We’ll be hearing the announcer in Amon G yelling that a lot in the future. Did you think that after signing F.T. Grady and Rodrigo Marroquin last year that we’d back off of wide receivers this year? Nope! Well, we tried to. That’s why we didn’t offer the fastest player in the state. Why everyone else didn’t? That’s on their conscience. All I know is I don’t make the same mistake twice, so I’m proud to announce Julio as a Horned Frog. To put his speed in perspective, the only player to record a faster 40 time in the state of Texas EVER was Raheem Robinson. He’s going to add to an already incredible receiving corps and join Marroquin in being true deep threats that TCU hasn’t seen in a while. ILB Guillermo Luna 6-3 210 Fr Shiner (Shiner TX) 1.0 of 5.0 [Will] Recognize that high school? That’s exciting to see, huh? Especially out of a top Will linebacker recruit. Yup, we got the next great Shiner linebacker to take the reigns from Elliot McElmore. Guillermo is a terror both in coverage and in the backfield. Often playing a wide technique, he is an incredible pass rusher, but he also shows an incredible ability to cover in space when needed. He shows a lot of raw athleticism, but some of his football IQ can be improved. A redshirt year and one or two more to develop will put out a player ready to take down entire offenses and we can’t wait to have that beast in our front seven. P Thomas McNamara 6-3 175 Fr Metairie Park Country Day ( LA) 1.0 of 5.0 [Accuracy] Booming punter, McNamara was the second ranked punter in the state of Louisiana and will look to the the replacement to Evan Coon a few years down the road. DE Jefferson Cruz 6-6 244 Fr Kashmere (Houston TX) 1.0 of 4.5 [Contain] DE Clinton Staton 6-5 274 Fr Pasadena (Pasadena TX) 1.0 of 4.5 [Blitz] Good things come in pairs, especially at the defensive end position. Aidan McCallister and Aidan Morrell will be playing alongside each other for four years and these two players may do the same. They met at a camp at TCU and committed together on the spot. The two of them are actually roommates now as they decided to enroll early together. Staton beng a great pass rusher while Cruz can set the edge is going to make them a great combination and open up even more opportunities for the players in the secondary. TE Brett McCann 6-1 239 Fr Sinton (Sinton TX) 1.0 of 4.5 [Blocking] Brett McCann is a man. Big, bruising tight end. He’s closer to Antonio Stout than he is Miguel Aguilera. He’s an incredible blocker but can also make plays down the field. When he does, it takes two or three people to bring him to the ground. McCann will be a nice complement to Miguel a few years down the road. OT Frank Billings III 6-3 302 Fr Mesquite (Mesquite TX) 1.0 of 4.5 [Pass Blocking] ATH Hayden Breaux 6-4 245 Fr Elsik (Houston TX) 2.0 of 4.5 [Run Blocking] OG Connor Bishop 6-2 332 Fr Elsik (Houston TX) 1.0 of 4.5 [Pass Blocking] I know a lot of the purist fans scrolled straight to this part to see how the class really turned out. The only way to win is with a strong offensive line and TCU added three huge pieces for that. Frank Billings has a great build for a left tackle and can learn from Tyson Chadwick for a year. Hayden Breaux will likely be our starting right tackle next year, which is incredibly exciting. And finally, Connor Bishop has the most potential at offensive guard since we brought in Ousamane Nixon. There’s a ton of excitement for this offensive line as now we fill every piece over only two years! SS Dwayne Harvey 5-10 201 Fr Wylie (Wylie TX) 1.5 of 4.5 [Zone Coverage] Finally, we’ve found our strong safety of the future in Dwayne Harvey. He was the second best strong safety in the state and is a notoriously hard hitter. He has some control issues - he was ejected for targeting in the state championship - but he is someone that opposing teams fear. At the collegiate level, he needs to develop his football IQ more, but he certainly has the ability to be a fearsome player in the TCU secondary alongside Ross. I would finally like to thank the walk-on and junior college players that will be joining us next season! ILB Otto Gannon 6-1 237 Sr Collin College (Collin County TX) 4.0 of 4.0 [Will] PR Byron Whitley 5-9 196 Fr Shiner (Shiner TX) 2.0 of 4.5 [Hybrid] TE Vaughn Hare 6-5 209 Fr Azle (Azle TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Receiving] CB Steven Mims 6-1 173 Fr Shiner (Shiner TX) 1.0 of 4.0 [Man Coverage] QB Aidan Holland 6-5 205 Fr Mesquite (Mesquite TX) 1.0 of 2.0 [Hybrid] CB Bobby Hall 6-0 170 Fr Grady (Atlanta GA) 1.5 of 2.5 [Zone Coverage] P John Newcomb 6-0 176 Fr Goliad (Goliad TX) 1.0 of 2.5 [Power]
  25. Minnesota Star Tribune

    All Too Familiar The Vikings taste defeat again after they fall to fellow bottom dweller Cleveland. Any final playoff hopes can finally be dashed.
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