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College Football Hotties 2011 Vol 1

Back by popular demand are the College Football Hotties for 2011.  Enjoy!

The Wildcats may have been overrated this year but she is not.

The Sooners should be able to “shoulder” the load this season.  Ya, I know, that was bad but she’s worth it.

The Red Raiders are in tough competition this season but this hottie clearly stands out above the rest.

She’s keeping the faith despite that ass whooping to Oklahoma.  Keep the faith Longhorns, keep the faith.

“Hmmmm, how the f*ck do we win again?” wonders this hot Gator fan.

Wow!  I would certainly climb a mountain for that.

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2011 NCAA Football Predictions

1 – OKLAHOMA – College football fans should hear Jones to Broyles quite a bit this season.  The Sooners should be one of the nation’s top offenses.  You will also hear Broyles a lot on special teams.  The Lewis boys, Ronnell and Travis will lay the smack down on the other side of the ball.  This unit forced 32 turnovers last season and should do the same this year.

2 – OREGON – The Ducks will also have a powerful offense behind QB Darron Thomas and RB LaMichael James.  They will continue to be aggressive and we’ll see if Thomas can guide this team to a title this year.  The only potential weak spot could be offensive line as they lack top caliber talent and size.  The defense is solid, quick and very deep.  CB Cliff Harris might be the best defensive back in the country.

3 – SOUTH CAROLINA – Extremely talented RB Marcus Lattimore will lead the Cock offense into battle.  WR Alshon Jeffery is also a big play stud.  However, QB Stephen Garcia will be the key to the USC success story.  If he plays and stays out of Spurrier’s doghouse, the sky is the limit for this team.  They could put up a lot of points and if they do that they will certainly be in a BCS game.

4 – BOISE STATE – The top QB just may be Kellen Moore.  He is 38-2 as a starter and now he’ll have to face a tough schedule and the loss of receiving stars Young and Pettis.  The O-Line should help as they bring back stars Porter and Byrd.  Eight starters return to one of the best squads in the country.  There schedule should also help.  After an opener against Georgia, the toughest it gets for the Broncos is TCU and Air Force, both on the blue turf of BSU.

5 – ALABAMA – The Tide would have been one of my top 2 teams if it weren’t for uncertainty at the QB position.  McCarron could be OK but behind him is a redshirt freshman.  RB Ingram is in the NFL as well but RB Richardson should be able to equal his production from a year ago.  The strength is the Tide defense which returns 9 players to last years 3rd ranked squad.

6 – STANFORD – Andrew Luck will be an NFL QB.  He may end up being a very good one as well.  Andy has a very good O-Line but he’ll need a lot of luck as he has an average WR core and a slightly above average running game behind Stepfan Taylor.  The Cardinal defense is good but did sustain losses on the D-Line.  Their linebacker core, led by Shayne Skov, is amongst the best in the country.

7 – OKLAHOMA STATE – If this team were in just about any other conference we might be talking BCS championship game.  OSU has a very tough schedule.  However QB Brandon Weeden and WR Justin Blackmon should be dynamic.  RBs Joseph Randle and Hershel Sims should also be a pleasant surprise for this team.  The defense will be inexperienced but they are faster and more aggressive than last year’s defense.

8 – LSU – QB Jordan Jefferson is a huge key to this talented group.  If he stays out of trouble and sticks to the game plan they’ll play in a BCS game.  If not they’ll be playing in December.  WR Ruben Randle and TE DeAngelo Petersen will be Jordan’s top targets.  RB Spencer Ware should be a pleasant surprise.  The defense did lose the likes of Nevis and P.Petersen to the NFL but this young group is fast and talented.

 

9 – WISCONSIN – The Badgers have a dynamic backfield in Ball and White.  They will score a lot of touchdowns and control the clock.  The defensive front 7 will be slightly inexperienced but their defensive backfield should be one of the best in the country.  LB Chris Borland, if healthy, should be one of the best backers in the conference.

10 – NOTRE DAME – It looks as if this offense belongs to QB Dayne Crist, for now.  Future star Tommy Rees is waiting in the wings.  No matter who throws the target will be future NFLer Michael Floyd.  TE Tyler Eifert should also have a huge year in this aggressive offense.  The running game is fair behind Wood and Gray.  LB Manti T’eo and S Harrison Smith lead the very talented Irish D that held teams to only 9.8 ppg in the last 4 games of last season.

11 – FLORIDA STATE – Losing QB Christian Ponder to the NFL was tough and the Seminoles ACC and BCS hopes rest on the arm of E.J. Manuel.  RB Chris Thompson will lead a talented 3-back group and WRs Reed, Haulstead and Smith are big play receivers all the way.  The FSU defense led by Mark Stoops and LBs Bradham and Smith could be one of the best in the country.

12 – NEBRASKA – The Huskers will have the best defense in their new conference.  The D has All-American hopefuls in Crick, David and Dennard.  The Huskers were 9th in the country last season have promised to air it out under new coordinator Tim Beck.  The only problem is QB Taylor Martinez might not be the guy to get it done.

13 – TCU – As usual the Frogs have a very talented team but might be just outside the Top 10 and BCS consideration.  They have 6 kids returning to a very talented defense, however they lost star QB Andy Dalton on the other side of the ball.  They will rely heavily on RBs Ed Wesley and Matt Tucker.

14 – MICHIGAN STATE – The Spartans should be right behind the Badgers and Huskers.  The offense should be very effective under the vastly underrated QB Kirk Cousins.  RB Edwin Baker and WR EJ Cunningham should be the primary playmakers of this group.

15 – FLORIDA – The Gators could go far with QB Brantley in the Weis offensive system.  However they have a difficult schedule, have to replace 7 players on defense and several players on the offensive line.  They will lose a few but we will certainly see what new head coach Will Muschamp is made of.

16 – VIRGINIA TECH – This is one of the tougher teams to figure out.  Coach Beamer just got a well-deserved extension but one of his better QBs in Tyrod Taylor is no longer there.  They will have to depend on RB David Wilson and WRs Boykin and Coale for production.  The defense is always good at VT and this should be a good group again led by LB Bruce Taylor.

17 – TEXAS A&M – The Aggies should be one of the better teams this season in the state of Texas.  The offense should be very efficient behind signal caller Ryan Tannehill.  RB Cyrus Gray could be one of the more underrated runners in the country.  The defense could ultimately be the reason this experienced team falters as they lost a couple of big play defenders, namely Von Miller.

18 – ARKANSAS – They have the talent to be a Top 10 team but lost an excellent college QB in Ryan Mallett.  QB Tyler Wilson is capable but nowhere near as talented.  In addition they had some significant losses on the offensive line.  RB Knile Davis bullying his way in-between tackles should be what keeps this Razorback offense moving.  The Arky defense is adequate and should keep them in ballgames.

19 – USC – The Trojans are in the BPD Top 20 by the hair of their chins.  QB Matt Barkley should have a very good season and connect with WR Robert Woods often.  The team has talent on the defensive side of the ball but they lack depth and did give up big points at the end of last season.  In addition they aren’t playing for anything for the second year in a row.

20 – ARIZONA – The Cats are going to be a very fun team to watch.  QB Nick Foles might put up Playstation type numbers this season against the weak Pac-12 defenses.  Benefitting from Foles skills will be WRs Criner and Buckner.  On the other side of the ball they’ve had some significant losses in the off-season.  They should do just well enough for this team to get to a decent bowl game.

21 – WEST VIRGINIA – QB Geno Smith is going to be very exciting to watch on this very fast and talented offensive unit.   Tavon Austin and Vernard Roberts are the two guys that will also make this offense go.  The defense is also very solid.  DE Bruce Irvin should be a thorn in the side of most of the Big East QBs.  The only problem with the D is they are a bit undersized.  Power backs should thrive against this unit.

22 – TEXAS – Talent is no the issue on this Longhorn team looking to regain some respect in the state of Texas.  New D-Coordinator Diaz should help make this unit more aggressive.  DE Sam Acho and LB Keenan Robinson could be the best at their position in the country.  The offense looks to be the biggest issue and the position of biggest concern is QB.

23 – IOWA – There are only nine players returning to this squad.  RB Marcus Coker looks to be the stud on this offense.  WR Marvin McNutt should also help stretch the defenses and make big plays.  QB James Vandenberg has very little game experience but has sat behind Stanzi and the hope is that some of Stanzi has rubbed off on him.  The defense is a solid unit whose strongest component is the defensive backfield.  DBs Prater and Hyde are outstanding.

24 – MISSISSIPPI STATE – The Bulldogs make the Top 25 yet again.  QB Chris Relf won’t burn up the record books but he doesn’t make many mistakes.  RB Vick Ballard will move this offense and score, a lot.  A talent defense returns 7 starters but must break in all new linebackers.  A very tough schedule of Auburn and LSU over a 5 days stretch, at Georgia and Alabama, Arkansas and Ole Miss to finish out the season mean this team has to have a lot of things go right to win more than 7 games.

25 – SOUTH FLORIDA – The Bulls should battle WVU for the Big East crown.  QB B.J. Daniels isn’t very consistent but he makes big plays.  RB Demetris Murray isn’t great but is a workhorse and will get the job done.  But the Bulls won’t win this conference on the offensive side of the ball.  A very quick and talented group will be what makes or breaks this team.  LB Sam Arrington, DeDe Lattimore and DE Ryan Giddins will make life difficult for Big East foes.  This group should force a lot of turnovers.

26-40 (Maryland, Georgia, Missouri, Illinois, NC State, BYU, Air Force, Clemson, Tennessee, UNC, Penn State, Arizona State, Auburn, Baylor, Washington)

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BPD’s College Football 2010 Top 25

1 – OHIO STATE – Pryor, Nine starters return to this talented offense.  Defense isn’t great but is probably good enough to win the Big 10.

2 – ALABAMA – Same recipe as last year.  Run, run, run with Ingram and an aggressive defense.

3 – TEXAS – Losses to NFL keep this group just out of National Title reach.  Look for a more balanced attack on offense.

4 – BOISE STATE  – They have the talent to get to the big game.  A tough opening game at Virginia Tech will keep this team on the outside looking in.

5 – IOWA – The Hawkeye offense is good but lacks experience on the line.  The receivers are excellent and the defense should be Top 10.

6 – VIRGINIA TECH – For once the VT offense and not the defense will dictate just how far this team will go.  Tyrod for Heismann?  Maybe.

7 – OREGON – The Ducks have the talent to compete for a National Title.  Off-season issues with the law could mean trouble for this team.

8 – TCU – A light schedule keeps this team out of the Top 5.  Both the Horned Frog offense and defense should be in the Top 10.

9 – NEBRASKA – The Huskers won 10 games last season without an offense.  Well, now they have one and another killer defense.

10 – FLORIDA – That Gators move on without Tebow but Brantley might actually be a better passer.  The Gator game plans may change but the talent is still there.

11- WISCONSIN – The Badgers have a powerful offense led by John Clay and a good defense.  Hopes for a title hinge on mid-October wins against OSU and at Iowa.

12- OKLAHOMA – Keys for Sooner success are the development of QB Landry Jones and overall health.  Tough non-con and con schedule doesn’t help.

13 – UTAH – While the Utes defense should be tough again the inconsistent offense should keep this team outside of the Top 10.

14 – AUBURN – This is a team rise.  The Tigers have a great offensive line and should do a better job moving the ball.  Look for an aggressive Tiger D in 2010.

15 – PENN STATE – A great trio of runners led by Evan Royster should make State very tough to stop.  The defense lacks experience and will make mistakes.

16 – NORTH CAROLINA – The Tar Heel defense could be one of the best in the country.  If they get some consistency out of QB Yates, watch out.

17 – ARKANSAS – Mallett and Co. should score a lot of points this season.  The team struggled defensively in 09 but the team speed and depth have improved.

18 – MIAMI (FL) – 8 guys return to this very talented defense.  They have some consistency issues at QB and a tough non-con schedule.

19 – HOUSTON – The Cougars, behind QB Case Keenum will be one of the highest scoring offenses in the US.  Problem?  They still can’t stop the run.

20 – GEORGIA TECH – The Tech spread offense will be great again under QB Josh Nesbitt.  The real plus was adding Def. Coord. Al Groh in the off-season.

21 – WEST VIRGINIA – This team should have a good offense if it can control the football better and the defense should be solid.   Overall, down year for the East.

22 – LSU – The Tigers could be better than #22 if the offensive line improves.  The defense is good but needs consistency.

23 – GEORGIA – Hold on to the football is the Bulldogs key to success.  WR A.J. Green should be fun to watch.  New pro-style Def. Coordinator is a welcome change.

24 – USC – The Kiffen regime begins in Southern California.  The offense is led by hot and cold Matt Barkley but look for them to run a lot more.  Defense looks to be solid.

25 – FLORIDA STATE – Get ready for the Chris Ponder show.  The FSU offense will put up its best numbers in years.  The defense is rebuilding under Mark Stoops.

ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN – SOUTH CAROLINA, NOTRE DAME, PITTSBURGH, TENNESSEE, WASHINGTON, STANFORD, BYU, CONNECTICUT, CINCINNATI, ARIZONA, NAVY, TEXAS TECH, MISSOURI, MICHIGAN, MISSOURI

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College Football 40

We are only weeks away from the beginning of college football.  There is much excitement and anticipation for this season.  Teams like Nebraska, Utah and Colorado will play in their respective divisions for the last time.  Schools like TCU and Boise State have a realistic shot at a national title.  Storied teams like Tennessee, Notre Dame, Florida State and USC are under new leadership.

After looking at the schedule I’ve determined there are at least 40 ‘can’t miss’ games this season.  If you are a college football fan like I am don’t miss these games.  Here they are!

Monday, September 6th

Boise State at Virginia Tech

Saturday, September 18th

Florida at Tennessee

Thursday, September 23rd

Miami (FL) at Pittsburgh

Saturday, September 25th

Alabama at Arkansas

UCLA at Texas

Saturday, October 2nd

Texas at Oklahoma

Miami (FL) at Clemson

Stanford at Oregon

Saturday, October 9th

LSU at Florida

Florida State at Miami (FL)

Alabama at South Carolina

USC at Stanford

Saturday, October 16th

Texas at Nebraska

BYU at TCU

Ohio State at Wisconsin

Saturday, October 23rd

Washington at Arizona

Wisconsin at Iowa

Saturday, October 30th

Florida at Georgia

Stanford at Washington

Oregon at USC

Thursday, November 4th

Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech

Saturday, November 6th

Alabama at LSU

Washington at Oregon

Arizona at Stanford

Saturday, November 13th

Penn State at Ohio State

Miami (FL) at Georgia Tech

Utah at Notre Dame

USC at Arizona

Saturday, November 20th

Stanford at California

Ohio State at Iowa

Friday, November 26th

Arizona at Oregon

BYU at Utah

Florida at Florida State

Notre Dame at USC

Saturday, November 27th

Georgia Tech at Georgia

Michigan at Ohio State

Thursday, December 2nd

Arizona State at Arizona

Saturday, December 4th

USC at UCLA

Oregon at Oregon State

Saturday, December 11th

Army at Navy

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College Bowl Predictions

Eagle Bank Bowl in Washington – Navy 39 Wake Forest 21

New Mexico Bowl in Albuquerque – Colorado State 23 Fresno State 14

Las Vegas Bowl in Las Vegas – BYU 48 Arizona 28

Poinsettia Bowl in San Diego – TCU 35 Boise State 29

Hawaii Bowl in Honolulu – Notre Dame 20 Hawaii 17

Motor City Bowl in Detroit – FAU 27 Central Michigan 7

Champs Sports Bowl in Orlando – Florida State 16 Wisconsin 14

Meineke Bowl in Charlotte – UNC 28 West Virginia 21

Emerald Bowl in San Francisco – Miami 24 California 21

Independence Bowl in Shreveport – Louisiana Tech 31 Northern Illinois 21

Papa Johns Bowl in Birmingham – Rutgers 21 NC State 6

Alamo Bowl in San Antonio – Missouri 38 Northwestern 14

Humanitarian Bowl in Boise – Nevada 27 Maryland 24

Holiday Bowl in San Diego – Oklahoma State 34 Oregon 24

Texas Bowl in Houston – Rice 30 Western Michigan 21

Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth – Air Force 38 Houston 35

Sun Bowl in El Paso – Pitt 28 Oregon State 14

Music City Bowl in Nashville – Boston College 13 Vanderbilt 7

Insight Bowl in Tempe – Kansas 42 Minnesota 28

Chick-Fil-A Bowl in Atlanta – Georgia Tech 23 LSU 17

Outback Bowl in Tampa – South Carolina 17 Iowa 14

Gator Bowl in Jacksonville – Nebraska 28 Clemson 18

Capital One Bowl in Orlando – Georgia 24 Michigan State 10

Orange Bowl in Miami – Virginia Tech 31 Cincinnati 14

Rose Bowl in Pasadena – USC 42 Penn State 26

Cotton Bowl in Dallas – Texas Tech 45 Ole Miss 35

Liberty Bowl in Memphis – Kentucky 29 ECU 21

Sugar Bowl in New Orleans – Alabama 28 Utah 13

International Bowl in Toronto – UConn 27 Buffalo 7

Fiesta Bowl in Glendale – Texas 38 Ohio State 20

GMAC Bowl in Mobile – Tulsa 41 Ball State 35

BCS Championship – Florida 35 Oklahoma 21

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BCS is BS

The solution is a very simple one and lets the NCAA keep their bowl game tradition.

First off all regular season college games need to be finished before Thanksgiving weekend.

A field of 16, using AP or some sort of ranking system, will play on the Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving.  There will be 4 games on Friday and 4 games on Saturday.

Very simply put it would be #1 v. #16, #2 v. #15, etc.  The high seed would have the home game.  If the season were to end today the pairing would look something like this.

16 Cincinnati @ 1 Alabama and 9 Boise State @ 8 Penn State (winners advance to Orange Bowl)

13 Missouri @ 4 Florida and #12 Oklahoma State @ 5 USC (winners advance to Fiesta Bowl)

15 Ball State @ 2 Texas and 10 Ohio State @ 7 Texas Tech (winners advance to Sugar Bowl)

14 TCU @ 3 Oklahoma and 11 Georgia @ 6 Utah (winners advance to Rose Bowl)

NOTE: Each year they will alternate which pairing qualify for which bowls.

At this point I will make predictions to advance my NCAA bracket theory.

Orange – Alabama would play Penn State in a classic match up.  The game would remain close throughout with Alabama’s athleticism getting the better of the Nittany Lions.

Fiesta – Florida will play USC in a matchup of high powered offenses.  Florida has the hot hand right now and will pull away in the 2nd half.

Sugar – Ohio State will upset Texas Tech in the previous round and play Texas in the Sugar Bowl.  Ohio State won’t have much luck against the Longhorns however.

Rose – Georgia will upset Utah on Utah’s home turf to advance to a Rose Bowl matchup with Oklahoma.  Oklahoma and Georgia will be a bare knuckle, knockdown brawl.  Oklahoma will lead the whole way but won’t be able to pull away from Georgia.  Moreno will give Georgia a late lead and Oklahoma will kick the game winner to end the game.

FINAL FOUR – The NCAA Final Four will alternate locations between 4 sites (Indianapolis, Atlanta, San Diego and Seattle…or something like that).

Alabama v. Oklahoma and Florida v. Texas on the Saturday before the AFC and NFC Championship games.  And lets say Oklahoma and Florida win and play each other for the National Championship one week later the day before the Superbowl.

This is solution that makes a lot of sense.  You come up with a clear cut winner, extend the season and the NCAA and football programs stand to make even more money.

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College Hotties Volume 3

As long as you guys are diggin them I will keep throwing them up there.  I must say I have seen many hotties this football season.  The only down for us football freaks in the midwest is the weather tends to get chilly now and the college cuties start bundling up.  Fortunately for us the girls of the SEC, ACC and PAC 10 don’t have to deal with the crazy, crappy weather and show us their stuff all football season long.

ENJOY!

Rumor has it these ladies are on the TTech Swim team.  If this is true they are the hottest swim team EVER.  My guess is that they are a sorority or the dance team.  Whatever they are they certainly are hot!

The hotties actually have sponsors now.  These hot pieces of Sooner ass are brought to you by Miller Lite.  Now I want a beer too! 

Sterger and Co. root on the Florida State Seminoles.

Do guys look at this and honestly think, “Hmmmm, that takes a lot of athleticism.  Let’s applaud her cheerleading abilities?”  What do we really say?  “Oh yeah!  Imagine how flexible she is in bed.”  I know, we are pigs but that is what’s going through our brains.

Check out the F-Me boots on that Trojan fan!  The belly ring adds a nice touch too.

The Texas Cheerleading Squad certainly doesn’t beat around the bush…do they?  Then again with that kind of advertising maybe they beat around the bush quite a bit.

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