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TheCatMan
08-13-2009, 12:49 AM
http://www.dailynews.com/sports/ci_13045967

the real dill
08-13-2009, 05:45 PM
somewhere Houston Nutt is laughing his balls off right about now

Reydituto
08-13-2009, 05:58 PM
Don't you mean his nutts?

TucsonDon
08-13-2009, 06:07 PM
*Making 1st string $$$*

Nobody likes seeing their bonus baby ride the pine.

TheCat
08-13-2009, 11:07 PM
If Nutt is laughing he is an ass. He also lost one of the top recievers in the country when Damian Williams left with the QB. He had 10 receptions for 162 yards (1 TD) against Penn State in the Rose Bowl.

The guy is a Gronk of the wide recievers.

MrBug708
08-13-2009, 11:14 PM
Matt Barkley threw 3 INT's this morning in practice. Aaron Corp threw 1 all of spring practice. When Corp is healthy, he'll get the job back. Keeping it for very long might be an issue

the real dill
08-14-2009, 10:15 AM
If Nutt is laughing he is an ass. He also lost one of the top recievers in the country when Damian Williams left with the QB. He had 10 receptions for 162 yards (1 TD) against Penn State in the Rose Bowl.

The guy is a Gronk of the wide recievers.

I'll take Dez Bryant and Arrelious Benn. Jordan Shipley is in the conversation too.

11Banners
08-14-2009, 12:10 PM
I'll take Dez Bryant and Arrelious Benn. Jordan Shipley is in the conversation too.

Only a conversation with Texas fans.

the real dill
08-14-2009, 12:46 PM
Only a conversation with Texas fans.

Is there an All-American list that he isn't included on? He was 3rd team AA last year. I'm not sure if you were trying to be funny or just aren't much of a college football guy.

Last year he had 89 catches for 1,060 yards and 11 TD's. I know he had at least two kickoff returns for TD's as well.

Seriously, if you know of a list that doesn't have him as at least 3rd team AA I would love to see it.

Williams had 58 catches for 868 yards and 9 TD's.

Always good to know that the AP, USA Today, etc. are considered "Texas fans."


FIRST TEAM
QB Tim Tebow - Sr. - Florida
RB Kendall Hunter - Jr. - Oklahoma State
RB Jacquizz Rodgers - So. - Oregon State
WR Dez Bryant - Jr. - Oklahoma State
WR Jordan Shipley - Sr. - Texas
TE Jermaine Gresham - Sr. - Oklahoma
OT Russell Okung - Sr. - Oklahoma State
OG Brandon Carter - Sr. - Texas Tech
C Kristofer O'Dowd - Jr. - Southern California
OG Rodney Hudson - Jr. - Florida State
OT Sam Young - Sr. - Notre Dame
K Kai Forbath - Jr. - UCLA
KR Mardy Gilyard - Jr. - Cincinnati

COMPARATIVE STATISTICS
DE Jerry Hughes - Sr. - TCU
DT Terrence Cody - Sr. - Alabama
DT Gerald McCoy - Jr. - Oklahoma
DE George Selvie - Sr. - South Florida
LB Brandon Spikes - Sr. - Florida
LB Mark Herzlich - Sr. - Boston College
LB Sean Weatherspoon - Sr. - Missouri
CB Trevard Lindley - Sr. - Kentucky
CB Syd'Quan Thompson - Sr. - California
S Eric Berry - Jr. - Tennessee
S Taylor Mays - Sr. - Southern California
P Zoltan Mesko - Sr. - Michigan
PR Brandon James - Sr. - Florida

COMPARATIVE STATISTICS


..
SECOND TEAM
QB Sam Bradford - Jr. - Oklahoma
RB MiQuale Lewis - Sr. - Ball State
RB Evan Royster - Jr. - Penn State
WR Brandon LaFell - Sr. - Louisiana State
WR Dezmon Briscoe - Jr. - Kansas
TE Dennis Pitta - Sr. - Brigham Young
OT Ciron Black - Sr. - Louisiana State
OG Jeff Byers - Sr. - Southern California
C John Estes - Sr. - Hawai'i
OG Mike Johnson - Sr. - Alabama
OT Adam Ulatoski - Sr. - Texas
K Josh Arauco - Sr. - Arkansas State
KR Perrish Cox - Sr. - Oklahoma State

COMPARATIVE STATISTICS
DE Jermaine Cunningham - Sr. - Florida
DT Ndamukong Suh - Sr. - Nebraska
DT Arthur Jones - Sr. - Syracuse
DE Antonio Coleman - Sr. - Auburn
LB Rolando McClain - Jr. - Alabama
LB Joe Pawelek - Sr. - Baylor
LB Navorro Bowman - Jr. - Penn State
CB Alterraun Verner - Sr. - UCLA
CB Kyle Wilson - Sr. - Boise State
S Morgan Burnett - Jr. - Georgia Tech
S Kurt Coleman - Sr. - Ohio State
P Bryan Anger - So. - California
PR Javier Arenas - Sr. - Alabama

COMPARATIVE STATISTICS


..
THIRD TEAM
QB Colt McCoy - Sr. - Texas
RB Jonathan Dwyer - Jr. - Georgia Tech
RB Jahvid Best - Jr. - California
WR Eric Decker - Sr. - Minnesota
WR Arrelious Benn - Sr. - Illinois
TE Rob Gronkowski - Jr. - Arizona
OT Zane Beadles - Sr. - Utah
OG Clint Boling - Jr. - Georgia
C Josh McNeil - Sr. - Tennessee
OG Sergio Render - Sr. - Virginia Tech
OT Trent Williams - Sr. - Oklahoma
K Joshua Shene - Sr. - Mississippi
KR A.J. Jefferson - Sr. - Fresno State

COMPARATIVE STATISTICS
DL Jammie Kirlew - Sr. - Indiana
DL Corey Wootton - Sr. - Northwestern
DL Jan Jorgensen - Sr. - Brigham Young
DL Brandon Lang - Sr. - Troy
LB Travis Lewis - So. - Oklahoma
LB Rennie Curran - Jr. - Georgia
LB Eric Norwood - Sr. - South Carolina
CB Joe Haden - Jr. - Florida
CB Javier Arenas - Sr. - Alabama
S Darrell Stuckey - Sr. - Kansas
S Reshad Jones - Jr. - Georgia
P Ross Thevenot - Sr. - Tulane
PR Antonio Brown - Jr. - Central Michigan


First Team Offense

QB Sam Bradford JR 6' 4" 218 lbs. Oklahoma
RB Jahvid Best JR 5' 11 228 lbs. California
RB LeGarrette Blount SR 6' 2" 228 lbs. Oregon
WR Dez Bryant JR 6' 2" 210 lbs. OKlahoma State
WR Eric Decker SR 6' 2" 215 lbs. Minnesota
TE Jermaine Gresham SR 6' 5" 261 lbs. Oklahoma
OL Russell Okung SR 6' 5" 305 lbs. OKlahoma State
OL Ciron Black SR 6' 5" 327 lbs. LSU
OL Trent Williams SR 6' 5" 309 lbs. OKlahoma
OL Bryan Bulaga JR 6' 6" 300 lbs. Iowa
K Thomas Weber JR 5' 8" 171 lbs. Arizona State

First Team Defense

DL Terrence Cody SR 6' 5" 365 lbs. Alabama
DL Gerald McCoy JR 6' 4" 301 lbs. Oklahoma
DL Ndamukong Suh SR 6' 4" 300 lbs. Nebrska
DL Jerry Hughes SR 6' 4" 248 lbs. TCU
LB Brandon Spikes SR 6' 4" 245 lbs. Florida
LB Sean Weatherspoon SR 6' 1" 235 lbs. Missouri
LB Mark Herzlich SR 6' 4" 238 lbs. Boston College
DB Eric Berry JR 5' 11" 195 lbs. Tennessee
DB Morgan Burnett JR 6' 1" 198 lbs. Georgia Tech
DB Taylor Mays SR 6' 3" 230 lbs. USC
DB Myron Lewis SR 6' 2" 202 lbs. Vanderbilt
P Zoltan Mesko SR 6' 4" 235 Michigan

Second Team Offense

QB Colt McCoy SR 6' 2" 218 lbs. Texas
RB MiQuale Lewis SR 5' 6" 186 lbs. Ball State
RB Jonathan Dwyer JR 5' 11" 228 lbs. Georgia Tech
WR Jordan Shipley SR 5' 11" 190 lbs. Texas
WR Dezmon Briscoe JR 6' 3" 200 lbs. Kansas
TE Rob Gronkowski JR 6' 6" 260 lbs Arizona
OL Sam Young SR 6' 7" 303 lbs. Notre Dame
OL Kristofer O' Dowd JR 6' 5" 300 lbs. USC
OL Stefen Wisniewski JR 6' 3" 303 lbs. Penn State
OL Sergio Render SR 6' 3" 308 lbs. Virginia Tech
K Kai Forbath JR 6' 0" 198 lbs. UCLA

Second Team Defense

DL George Selvie SR 6' 4" 243 lbs. South Florida
DL Greg Hardy SR 6' 4" 265 lbs. Mississippi
DL Willie Young SR 6' 5" 245 lbs. NC State
DL Corey Wooten SR 6' 7" 270 lbs. Northwestern
LB Rolando McLain JR 6' 3" 249 lbs. Alabama
LB Martrez Wilson JR 6' 3" 245 lbs. Illinois
LB Greg Jones JR 6' 1" 224 lbs. Michigan State
DB Ahmad Black JR 5' 9' 190 lbs. Florida
DB Trevard Lindley SR 6' 0" 177 lbs. Kentucky
DB Alterraun Verner SR 5' 11" 179 lbs. UCLA
DB Duke Ihenacho SR 6' 1" 200 lbs. San Jose State
P Eric Maust SR 6' 2" 181 lbs. Notre Dame

Honorable Mention Offense

QB Tim Tebow SR 6' 3" 240 lbs. Florida
RB Kendall Hunter JR 5' 8" 181 lbs. OKlahoma State
RB Noel Devine JR 5' 8" 173 lbs. West Virginia
WR Naaman Roosevelt SR 6' 0" 191 lbs. Buffalo
WR Mardy Gilyard SR 6' 1" 189 lbs. Cincinnatti
TE Dennis Pitta SR 6' 5" 250 lbs. BYU
OL John Jerry SR 6' 5" 350 lbs. Mississippi
OL Charles Brown SR 6' 5" 300 lbs. USC
OL Thomas Austin SR 6' 3" 316 lbs. Clemson
OL Thomas Welch SR 6' 6" 312 lbs. Vanderbilt
K Jon Striefsky SR 6' 0" 185 lbs. Delaware

Honorable Mention Defense

DL Carlos Dunlap JR 6' 6" 290 lbs. Florida
DL Boo Robinson SR 6' 2" 320 lbs. Wake Forest
DL Marvin Austin JR 6' 3" 300 lbs. North Carolina
DL Everson Griffen JR 6' 3" 265 lbs. USC
LB Nick Bellore JR 6' 1" 232 lbs. Central Michigan
LB Travis Lewis Soph 6' 2" 232 lbs. Oklahoma
LB Quan Sturdivant JR 6' 2" 230 lbs. North Carolina
DB Walter Thurmond SR 6' 0" 181 lbs. Oregon
DB Reshad Jones JR 6' 2" 212 lbs. Georgia
DB Daryl Stuckey SR 6' 1" 205 lbs. Kansas
DB Kyle Wilson SR 5' 10" 186 lbs. Boise State
P Brent Bowden SR 6' 3" 204 lbs. Virginia Tech

11Banners
08-14-2009, 01:38 PM
I'll take Damian Williams over Shipley anyday of the week. I'm sure any NFL GM would as well. The last guy I'd ever want to give props to is a guy from sc, but Williams is a freak.

TheCat
08-14-2009, 03:53 PM
Dill,

Williams didn't even start every game so that is why I think his numbers aren't even better. It took him awhile to get on the field. He was only a soph and I think he has the best hands in the NCAA.

All the guys you mentioned are great. I think this guy beats them all this year.

LegallyKenny
08-14-2009, 04:29 PM
New rule - passing stats of spread teams who don't play defense don't count. You can count them as arena league records if you want.

the real dill
08-17-2009, 10:38 AM
I'll take Damian Williams over Shipley anyday of the week. I'm sure any NFL GM would as well. The last guy I'd ever want to give props to is a guy from sc, but Williams is a freak.

Williams is a better pro prospect at this point. I just said as far as college WR go, Shipley is in the conversation of the best of the best. He is probably a third rounder while Williams, Benn, and Bryant have first round potential. Heck, Bryant may be a top 5 pick.

BigO
08-17-2009, 02:04 PM
The thought that Dennis Pitta is a better TE than Gronk is absolutely pathetic.

the real dill
08-19-2009, 10:39 AM
5-18 in scrimmage for 105 yards. How soon can they get Corp back?

Ziggiles
08-19-2009, 11:21 AM
I gotta agree with Dill, Shipley is a great college WR, just like there are great college post players who aren't going to translate to the pros ala Lawrence Roberts a few years ago at Miss. State.

Will Shipley be good in the NFL? I think if he gets into the right system as slot receiver he will be very good. The kid is just a good football player.