College Football Weekly MVP’S #11 – Trio 400-Yard Quarterback Club – Joe Burrow, Kedon Slovis, and Shane Buechele – Plus Top 2020 NFL DRAFT MEARS RATINGS! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

College Football Weekly MVP’S Week #11 
 TRIO 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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WEEK #11 TRIO 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB!
Joe Burrow, Kedon Slovis, and Shane Buechele

FAB 14 DUAL QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #11
FAB 4 ALL-PURPOSE RB MVP’S WEEK #11
ELITE 8 ALL-PURPOSE WIDE RECEIVERS WEEK #11
SUPER ELITE TOP 20 DEFENSIVE MVP’S – WEEK #11
FAB 4 SPECIAL TEAM MVP’S – WEEK #11
SUPER ELITE TIGHT END – WEEK #11

MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

Through The First Ten Weeks of The 2019 Season, There Were Some Huge Changes In The Heisman Trophy Favorites! After Week #9, According to The Caesars Sportbook The Top Six Were: QB Joe Burrow, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Jalen Hurts, RB Jonathan Taylor, QB Justin Fields, and WR CeeDee Lamb; While QB Sam Ehlinger and QB Justin Herbert Were Hanging-On as Other Heisman Trophy Candidates, But After Ten Games, The Top Three  Heisman Candidates Were QB Joe Burrow, QB Jalen Hurts, and QB Tua Tagovailoa. After This Week #11, QB Joe Burrow Was Definitely The Favorite,

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PLAYER                                               Ht Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
Dual QB Joe Burrow   LSU            (6-4, 216, 4.56, 34, 4.32, 110)              2,962
EDGE K’Lavon Chasson LSU        (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30)      2,928
WR Michael Pittman, Jr. USC     (6-5, 225, 4.4, 36, 4.22, 126, 15)          2,925
TE Kylen Granson SMU                   (6-3, 235, 4.5, 37, 4.16,, 122, 20)       2,920
Dual QB Shane Buechele  SMU   (6-1, 185, 4.62, 36, 4.31, 110)                2,910
AP-WR James Proche SMU          (6-0, 193, 4.37, 39, 4.0, 130, 10)         2,906
RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU  (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20)        2,900
DE/DT Christian Rector USC       (6-4, 275, 4.8, 32, 4.53, 116, 30)         2,900
AP-WR Amon-Ra St Brown USC (6-1, 195, 4.32, 39, 4.2, 128, 10)         2,900
OLB Patrick Queen LSU                 (6-2, 227, 4.4, 38-5, 4.22, 128, 20)    2,894
Dual QB Kedon Slovis USC            (6-3, 205, 4.66, 32, 4.44, 118)            2,890
AP-RB Xavier Jones SMU               (5-11, 208, 4.42, 36, 4.22)                   2,886
AP-RB Kenan Christon USC          (5-10, 185, 4.43, 41, 4.12, 128, 25)    2,872

FAB 14 DUAL THREAT QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #11

OFFENSE

SIDEBAR I: Week #11 FAB 14 DUAL/QUARTERBACK MVP’S INCLUDE: Dual/QB Joe Burrow (6-4, 216, 4.62, 34, 4.32, 110) With 393-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 64-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 457-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD and a Great 199.3 QB Rating;  Dual/QB Kedon Slovis (6-3, 205, 4.66, 32, 4.44, 118) with 432-yards Passing and 4 TD and 3-yards Rushing, Giving Him 435-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD and a 196.1 QB Rating; Dual/QB Shane Buechele (6-1, 185, 4.62, 36, 4.31, 110) With 414-Yards Passing and 5 TD and Another 11-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 425-Yards of Total Offense and 5 TD and a 178.9 QB Rating; Dual/QB Kyle Trask (6-5, 237, 4.7, 32, 4.5) With 363-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 25-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving Him 388-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD and a 165.9 QB Rating; Dual/QB James Blackman (6-4, 185, 4.62, 34, 4.32, 118, 10) With 346-Yards Passing and 2 TD and Another 29-Yards Rushing, Giving 375-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD and a 206.4 QB Rating; Dual/QB Brandon Peters (6-5, 230 4.72) With  369-Yards Passing and 3 TD and a 145.0 QB Rating;  Dual/QB Chevan Cordeiro (6-1, 190, 4.62, 28, 4.6, 116) With 309-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 55-Yards Rushing and 2 TD, Giving Him 364-Yards of Total Offense and 5 TD, and a 189.9 QB RatingDual/QB, Jalen Hurts (6-2, 218, 4.48, 36, 4.19, 116) With 273-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 68-Yards Rushing and 2 TD, Giving Him 341-Yards of Total Offense and 5 TD, and a 187.8 QB RatingPassing QB Tanner Morgan (6-2, 215 4.72, 30, 4.36, 118, 10) With 339-Yards Passing and 3 TD and With a Tremendous 281.9 QB RatingDual/QB Trevor Lawrence (6-6, 220, 4.62) With 276-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 59-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving Him 335-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD and a 186.4 QB RatingDual/QB Ian Book (6-1, 212, 4.72, 32, 4.46, 118, 10) With 181-Yards Passing and 4 TD and Another 139-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 320-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD, and a 132.5 QB Rating; Dual/QB Sam Ehlinger (6-3, 235, 4.52, 34, 4.42, 118, 10) With 263-Yards Passing and 1 TD and Another 40-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 303 Yards of Total Offense and a TD and a 166.8 QB Rating; Dual/QB Jarren Williams (6-3, 211, 4.52, 34, 4.33, 118) With 253-Yards Passing and 6 TD and Another 23-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 276-Yards of Total Offense and 6 TD and a 169.0 QB Rating; and Dual/QB Aidon O’Connell (6-3, 210, 4.76, 32, 4.56, 112) With 271-Yards and 2 TD and With 4-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 275-Yards and 2 TD and a 169.0 QB Rating.

SIDEBAR II: Week #11 FAB 4 SUPER ALL-PURPOSE/RUNNING BACK MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/RB Jonathan Taylor (5-11, 219, 4.32, 38, 4.16, 128, 20, 10.5 100-Meters) With an Incredible 250-Yards Rushing and Had 1 Catch For Another 8-Yards, Giving Him 258-Yards of Total Offense; AP/RB Salvon Ahmed (6-0, 196, 4.28, 38, 4.16, 128, 20) With 174-Yards and 2 TD and He Also Returned 1 Kickoff For Another 35-Yards, Giving Him 209-Yards and 2 TD of Total Offense and;  AP/RB Clyde “The Spin Move” Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20) With 103-Yards Rushing and 3 TD and Clyde “The Glide” Caught 9 Passes for Another 77-Yards and Another TD, and He Then Returned One Kickoff For Another 19-Yards, Giving Him 199-Yards of Total Offense and an Incredible 4 TD; and AP/RB Xavier Jones (5-11, 208, 4.42, 36, 4.22) With 157-Yards Rushing and 3 TD, and Also Caught 2 Passes for 15-Yards, Giving Him 172-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD; Kenan Christon (5-10, 185, 4.43, 41, 4.12, 128, 25, 10.58 100-Meters) With 62-Yards Rushing and 4 Catches For 82-Yards and 2 TD, Giving Him 144-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD.

SIDEBAR III: Week #11 ELITE 8 ALL-PURPOSE/WIDE RECEIVER MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/WR/KO Amon-Ra St. Brown (6-1, 195, 4.33, 39, 4.2) With 8 Catches For 173-Yards and 1 TD, Had 3 Rushes For 8-Yards, and Returned 3 Punts For Another 26-Yards, Giving Him 207-Yards of Total Offense and 1 TD;  WR Rashod Bateman (6-2, 215, 4.36) With 7 Catches For 203-Yards and 1 TD; AP/WR CeeDee Lamb (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10) With 8 Catches For 167-Yards and 2 TD and Returned 3 Punts For Another 28-Yards, Giving Him 195-Yards of Total Offense;  WR Josh Imatorbhebhe (6-2, 215, 4.44, 44, 4.27) With 4 Catches For 178-Yards and 2 TD; AP/WR/KO James Proche (6-0, 193, 4.37, 39, 4.0, 128, 10) With 14 Catches For 167-Yards and 2 TD, Had 1 Rush For 2-Yards, and Returned 2 Punts For Another 17-Yards, Giving Him 186-Yards of Total Offense;  WR JoJo Ward (5-9, 175, 4.33) With 7 Catches For 170-Yards and 2 TD; WR Tamorrion Terry (6-4, 203, 4.47) With 7 Catches For 156-Yards and 1 TD; and AP/WR/KO John Hightower (6-2, 183, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 128, 10) With 2 Catches For 46-Yards, Had 3 KO Returns For 61-Yards, and Had 2 Rushes For Another 39-Yards, Giving Him 150-Yards of Total Offense. 

SIDEBAR IV: Week #11 SUPER ELITE TIGHT END MVP’S INCLUDE: TE Kylen Granson (6-3, 235, 4.5, 37, 4.16, 122, 20) With The Most Incredible Game of The Year For a Tight End With 7 Catches For 138-Yards and 3 Touchdowns.

DEFENSE

SIDEBAR V: Week #11 SUPER ELITE TOP 20 DEFENSIVE MVP’S Include: EDGE RUSH DE  Jonathan Greenard (6-4, 263, 4.62, 32, 4.36, 118, 30) With An Incredible 2 Sacks and 5 TFL;  EDGE RUSH DE K’Lavon Chasson (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30) With Team-High 10 Tackles, 3.5 TFL, 2 PB;  EDGE RUSH DE Curtis Weaver (6-3, 265, 4.56, 32, 4.14, 118, 30) With 2 Sacks;  DE Christian Rector (6-4, 275, 4.8, 32, 4.53, 116, 30) With 2 Solo Tackles and a  Game-Clinching Interception With 25-Seconds Left in The 31-26 Victory; and DE Tyreke Smith (6-4, 267, 4.62, 32, 4.52, 116, 30) With 3 Solo Tackles, and 2 Sacks;  DT Davon Hamilton (6-4, 310, 4.94, 28, 4.5) With 2 Sacks and DT/NG Curtis Brooks  (6-3, 295, 4.92, 32, 4.76, 116, 30) With 2 Solo Tackles and 2 Sacks. OLB Joe Tryon (6-5, 266, 4.62, 33, 4.42) With 7 Tackles, 6 Solo Tackles, 2 Sacks, and 4.5 TFL;  OLB Mohmmoud Diabate (6-4, 213. 4.46, 36, 4.23, 118, 20) With Incredible 3 Sacks; OLB  Michael Pinckney (6-1, 230, 4.52, 36, 4.22, 126, 20) With Game-High 8 Tackles, 7 Solo Tackles, 1 Sack, and 3 TFL; OLB Patrick Queen (6-1, 227, 4.42, 38, 4.28, 126, 20) With 1 Interception, 1/2 Sack, and 2 PB; and OLB Akeem Davis (6-2, 215) With 1 Sack, 2.5 TFL, and 2 PB.  ILB Daniel Bituli (6-3, 252) With 19 Tackles, 10 Solo Tackles, and 1/2 Sack; ILB Terrel Bernard (6-1, 222, 4.6, 36, 4.36) With an Incredible 19 Tackles, 1 Sack, and 1 Interception; and ILB Jordan Fehr (6-3, 230, 4.56, 37, 4.02) With 12 Tackles, 1 Sack, and 2 TFL. FS Hamsah Nasirildeen (6-4, 215, 4.41, 36, 4.22, 126, 10) With 22 Tackles, and 11 Solo Tackles and FS Sydney Brown (6-0, 210) With 2 Interceptions, Including a 76-Yard Return for a Touchdown.  FS Antoine Winfield (5-10, 205, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 10) With 2 Interceptions ; and FS Nicholas Ross (5-11, 175, 4.42) With 12 Tackles, 1 Sack, and 1 Interception. FS Grayland Arnold (5-10, 190, 4.32, 38, 4.12, 128, 10, 10.71 100-Meters) With 2 Interceptions.

SIDEBAR VI: Week #11 FAB 4 SPECIAL TEAMS/KICKER/PUNTER MVP’S Include: KICKER Cameron “Dicker The-Kicker” Dicker (6-1, 205) Kicked a Game-Winning 26-Yard Field Goal With Absolutely No-Time Left on The Clock To-Give His Team a 27-24 Victory;  KICKER J.D. Dellinger (6-2, 195) Kicked The Game-Winning 39-Yard Field Goal With 3 Seconds Left in The Game And Give His Team a 24-22 Victory;  KICKER Evan Price (6-1, 180) With a Game-Tying 23-Yard Field Goal With 7:34 Left in The Game For a 13-13 Score and Then The Game-Winning 37-Yard Field Goal For a 16-13 Victory; and  KICKOFF RETURN MAN K.J. Osborn (6-0, 205, 4.46, 32, 4.24) of Total Offense; Returned 5 Kickoffs For 104-Yards, Returned 2 Punts For 30-Yards,and Caught 3 Passes For Another 11-Yards, Giving Him 145-Yards of Total Offense.

WEEK #11 TRIO 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB!
Joe Burrow, Kedon Slovis, and Shane Buechele

#1 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB
JOE BURROW – LSU TIGERS

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Two LSU Tiger Super-Stars, Quarterback Joe Burrow (#9) and All-Purpose Running Back Clyde “The Spin-Move” Edwards-Helaire (#22) Had Another Incredible and Unbelievable Game, in The 46-41 Victory Over The Alabama Crimson Tide. Burrow Completed 31 of 39 Passes For 393-Yards and 3 Touchdown and he Also Rushed For Another 64-Yards, Giving Him a Totally Incredible and Mind-Boggling 457-Yards of Total Offense and 3 Touchdowns; While Clyde Recorded 199-Yards of Total Offense and 4 Touchdowns.

With Those Two Unbelievable and Incredible Performances Against The #3 Ranked Alabama Crimson Tide, Joe The Heisman Burrow and Clyde The Spin-Move Edwards-Helaire Were Both Named as The SEC Conference Co-Offensive Players of The Week Award, in The Victory of The Century.

Burrow Also Had an Excellent 189.5 Quarterback Rating, Which Was One of His Lowest Quarterback Ratings of His 2019 Football Season. In His Previous Game Against The Mississippi State Bulldogs, Burrow Completed 25 of 32 Passes For 327-Yards and 4 Touchdown Passes, which Also Includes The LSU Tigers School Record 30 Touchdown Passes in a Single Season. In That Game, Burrow Had an Incredible 205.2 Quarterback Rating.

In Fact, The Heisman Trophy Award Leading Candidate Quarterback Joe Burrow Had a 231.3 Quarterback Rating Against The Florida Gators and Burrow Has Now Led The LSU Tigers To a 10-0 Season Record, and Has Recorded 2,805-Yards Passing, 30 Touchdown Passes, and a Sensational 188.1 Quarterback Rating, For The 10-0 Record in His Ten Games.

In Their Opening SEC Conference Game and With a 66-38 Victory over The Vanderbilt Commodores, Burrow Completed 25 of 34 passes for 398-yards and an Incredible and Mind-Boggling 6 Touchdowns, and in That Game, Burrow Recorded Another Incredible 230.1 Quarterback Rating

On Monday, After The Saturday Game, Against The Alabama Crimson Tide, Burrow Was Named as The SEC Conference Offensive Player of The Week For The Fourth Week After He Was Also Named as SEC Offensive Player of The Week For Three of The Last Four Weeks. Only Two Other LSU Tiger Players in LSU School History Have Ever Won The SEC Conference Offensive Player of The Week Award. Those Two LSU Tiger Players Included Quarterback Tommy Hudson in 1989 and Quarterback JaMarcus Russell in 2006.

Against The Alabama Crimson Tide, Burrow Led an LSU Offense that Recorded 559-Yards of Total Offense and Scored 46-Points, Which is The Most by an LSU Tiger Team in The 84-Game Series Against The Crimson Tide.

Burrow finished the game with 457-Yards of Total Offense, Which Ranks-Him as The Third-Best Total in LSU Tigers School History. He also Extended his LSU Tigers School Record For Touchdown Passes To 33 Touchdowns as well as Running his LSU Tigers School Record of Games With At Least 20 Completions To 12 Straight Games.

In Passing For 6 Touchdowns, Burrow Broke Another LSU School Record For Touchdown Passes in a Single Game, Breaking his Own Record of 5 Touchdowns in One Game. Burrow Was Also Named as The Louisiana Sports Writers Louisiana Offensive Player of The Week For The Fourth Week.

Against The Crimson Tide, Joe Burrow Was Also Selected as The Walter Camp National Offensive Player of The Week, on Monday, For his Incredible Performance Over The Crimson Tide. Then, on Tuesday, he Earned The Maxwell Award as The National Offensive Player of The Week and The Co-Davey O’Brien National Quarterback of The Week Award.

Burrow Has Won The Walter Camp National Offensive Player Award and The National Maxwell Weekly Awards Twice this Season. He is Also Sharing The O’Brien Award with Minnesota Gopher Quarterback Tanner Morgan, who led The Gophers in an UPSET Victory Over The #4 Penn State Nittany Lions.

Burrow Became Only The Fourth Player in LSU Tigers School History, To Break The 3,000-Yard Passing Total For a Single Season, as He Ran his 2019 Total Passing Yards to 3,198-Yards Which Ranks Him Second To Rohan Davey With 3,347-Yards in 2001. Burrow Also Broke The Rohan Davey Record For The Most 300-Yard Games in a Single Season For The Seventh Game in 2019.

Although Joe Burrow Was Incredible in The Game Against The Alabama Crimson Tide, He Was Not The Only Sensational LSU Tiger Super-Star, as a QUAD-MVP, as All-Purpose Running Back Clyde “The Spin-Move” Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.15) was Also Incredible on Offense; While Edge Rusher K’Lavon Chasson and Outside Linebacker Patrick Queen on Defense Were Also Outstanding and QUAD-MVP on Defense.

Image result for Clyde Edwards Helaire Photos Against AlabamaIn The Photo, QUAD-MVP Clyde (#22) is Demonstrating His “Spin-Move” Against The Alabama Crimson Tide, and Clyde Was All Over The Football Field as he Rushed For 103-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, Caught 9 Passes For 77-Yards and Another Touchdown, and Returned a Kickoff For Still Another 19-Yards, Giving Him 199-Yards of Total Offense and 4 Touchdowns.

K’Lavon Chasson (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30) Recorded a Team-High 10 Tackles With 3.5 Tackles For a Loss and 2 Pass Breakups; While Patrick Queen (6-1, 227, 4.42, 38, 4.28, 126, 20) Had a Fabulous Interception Return With 1/2 Sack and 2 Pass Breakups, in Leading The LSU Tiger Defense

#2 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB
KEDON SLOVIS – USC TROJANS

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The Southern Cal Trojans Had Just Lost Total Control of The PAC-12 South Division Race With a Very Ugly 56-24 Home Loss to NFL #1 Draft Choice Quarterback Justin Herbert and The Oregon Ducks; While The Utah Utes Rallied for a Victory Over The Washington Huskies. In This Game Against The Arizona State Sun Devils, The Trojans Found Themselves in a Tie for Second Place with Their Crosstown Rival UCLA Bruins and They Were Going To-Try and Rebound Against The Sun Devils in Tempe, Arizona.

The Trojans (6-4, 5-2 PAC-12) Were Going To-Need Plenty of Big Plays To-Win This Game Against The Sun Devils and Become Bowl Eligible, After Missing  Postseason Bowl Action Last Season, but in This Game, The Trojans Unbelievably Did Make A-Lot of Big-Plays and Won by Five Points.

In This Huge Game For The Trojans, a Super True Freshman Quarterback and QUAD-MVP Kedon Slovis (#9); Along  and a QUAD-MVP Senior Strongside Defensive End and QUAD-MVP Christian Rector (6-4, 275, 4.8, 32, 4.53, 116, 30) Recorded Several Incredible Plays; Plus Super Sophomore Wide Receiver and QUAD-MVP Amon-Ra St. Brown (6-1, 195, 4.33, 39, 4.2) Had a Career-High Game and They All Three Helped The Trojans To Win The Game 31-26 and Become Bowl Eligible; plus Another Trojan Player Will Be Honored For His Game in Week #11.

Slovis (6-3, 205, 4.66, 32, 4.44, 118) Was Unbelievable For a Freshman as He Completed 29 of 39 Passes For an Amazing Career-High 432-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and He Also Added Another 3-Yards Rushing, Giving Him an  Incredible 435-Yards of Total Offense and 4 Touchdowns and a Sensational 196.1 Quarterback Rating. The Trojans Future Looks Pretty-Much Set as Super Quarterback Kedon Slovis Records Several Historic Plays.

The Trojans Jumped-Off on The Sun Devils With an Incredible 28 Points in The First Quarter With Super Slovis Passing For an Unbelievable 297-Yards and 4 Touchdowns in That First Quarter.

All of his Touchdowns were in That First Quarter when He Completed 15-of-17 Passes, Including His First 11 Passes For 297-Yards to help The Southern Cal Trojans to a 28-7 lead.

With 9:56 Left in The First Quarter, Slovis Hit Drake London With an 8-Yard Touchdown and Then With 6:14 Left, Slovis Hit Freshman Tailback Kenan Christon, From San Diego, California With Another 8-Yard Touchdown.

SIDEBAR VII: At The Start of The Southern Cal Football Season, Freshman Kenan Christon Was a Fifth Team Tailback and in This Game, Against The Arizona State Sun Devils, He Got His First Career-Start and He Was Playing in Just His Fourth Game Ever For The Trojans. In This Incredible Game For The Trojans, Christon Responded with 62-Yards Rushing on 20 Carries and Caught 4 Passes For Another 82-Yards, Including Touchdown Catches of 8 and 58-Yards, Giving Him an Unbelievable 144-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. QUAD-MVP Christon Will Also Be Honored as an MVP in Week #11.

Slovis Then Hit Christon Again With His Beautiful 58-Yard Touchdown Pass. On His 58-Yard Touchdown Catch, Christon Dragged Several Defenders For The Last 20-Yards.

Kenan Christon Leaves Important Red-Shirt Decision To Coaches!
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Super Tailback Kenan Christon (5-10, 185, 4.43, 41, 4.12, 128, 25, 10.58 100-Meters) Has Reached a Huge Crossroads as a Southern Cal Trojan True Freshman Football Player.

On Saturday, The Southern Cal Trojans Played a Game Against The Arizona State Sun Devils, and Christon Got His First Career-Start, and He Was Also Playing in Just His Fourth Game Ever For The Trojans. If He Plays in Another Game, He Will Lose His Red-Shirt Year and Only Have Three Years Left of Eligibility. If He Sits-Out The Last Two Games and Also The Bowl Game, He Will Save This Year and Have Four Years of Eligibility Left For The Trojans.

The Trojan Coaches saw the Great Potential to run the Football Against The Arizona State Sun Devils, and Also Use Their Running Back in The Passing Game Against Arizona State Early in The Planning Stages Before The Game. The Trojan Coaches Told Christon to be Ready To-Play in The Game and They Also Told Fellow Freshman Quarterback Kedon Slovis Not to Hesitate in Throwing The Football To His True Freshman Teammate, Christon.

“I think it Shows Me mostly that The Coaches have a Lot of Trust in me, and so That Makes Me Feel Great,” Christon said.

With The Great Game Against The Arizona State Sun Devils, The Ultimate Decision on Weather To Redshirt Him or Not is Going To Be a Really Tough Decision For The Trojan Coaching Staff. 

The Southern Cal Trojans Head Football Coach Clay Helton and his Southern Cal Assistants Must Weigh Their Decision and Decide What is Really The Best for Christon, and What is Really The Best For The Trojans In The Long-Run and Big-Picture, as The Trojans are Trying To Win Games and Need Help in The PAC-12 South Division Race.

Then With 3-Seconds Left in The First Quarter, Slovis Hit Super-Star Wide Receiver and QUAD-MVP Amon-Ra St. Brown With Another Unbelievable and Incredible 95-Yard Touchdown Pass To-End The First Quarter With a 28-7 Trojan Lead.

QUAD-MVP Amon-Ra St. Brown (6-1, 195, 4.33, 39, 4.2) Had a Career-High Game With 8 Catches For 173-Yards and 1 Touchdown, Had 3 Rushes For 8-Yards, and Returned 3 Punts For Another 26-Yards, Including Another Career-High 24-Yard Punt Return, in The Fourth Quarter That Helped The Trojans Win The Victory, and Give Him 207-Yards of Total Offense and 1 Touchdown. QUAD-MVP Trojan Teammate Michael Pittman, Jr. Also had 13 Catches for 146-Yards.

St. Brown Brushed-Off his Huge 95-Yard Touchdown as The Result of Just One Big-Play. That Play Came Late in The First Quarter, With The Trojans Ahead 21-7. On The Incredible 95-Yard Touchdown, St Brown Ran a Seam-Pattern and He Looked Back at Slovis, Because The Safety Was So Far Away From Him, But Slovis Was Not Just Ready to Pass The Football, So St. Brown Just Kept Running Down The Field on His Pass-Pattern.

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There Were Three Defensive Backs Around St. Brown (#8) and it Looked Like a Passing Disaster, But Slovis Sorta Floated The Football Perfectly So St. Brown Could Catch The Football in Perfect-Stride and Complete The Incredible 95-Yard Touchdown Pass and The 28-7 Lead.

The Unbelievable 95-Yard Touchdown Pass From Slovis to St. Brown Was The Longest at Southern Cal Since The Southern Cal School Record of 97-Yards  in 1996.

At The First of The Season, True Freshman Kedon Slovis, From Scottsdale Desert Mountain High School, Arizona, had The Southern Cal Trojan Fans at The Coliseum Chanting “We love Slovis” in The Fourth Quarter of His Debut as The Southern Cal Trojan Starting Quarterback. Slovis Was Just One of Several Freshman Newcomers to make an early Impact this season in The PAC-12, but Slovis Has Been “The Talk of The PAC-12” After Passing For 377-Yards Against Stanford and Now With The 432-Yards Against The Arizona State Sun Devils. Slovis Was Pressed Into Early-Service, Because of The Season-Ending Knee Injury by J.T. Daniels in The Trojans Season Opener.

“When We Got Out There, Kedon Did Not Really Look Rattled,”said Amon-Ra St. Brown.  “He Rallied Us-Up After Every Drive and said, Let’s go.”

Let’s Not Forget The Heroics of QUAD-MVP Christian Rector! Rector Had Been Taken-Out of The Game so He Could Get A Breather In The Middle of The Arizona State Sun Devils Final Drive, but The Red-Shirt Senior Defensive End Talked His Way Back Into The Game.

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When Rector (#89) Got Back Into The Game, He Freed-Off The Edge and Slipped into Pass Coverage and as he Did So, he Realized That The Football Was Coming His Way and he Stuck His Hand-Up and Tipped The Football To Himself and Then Made an Incredible Diving Interception.

With This Unbelievable Athletic Play, Senior Captain Rector (6-4, 275, 4.8, 32, 4.53, 116, 30) Sealed The Southern California  Trojans Victory as The Arizona State Sun Devils Were Trying To-Make a Last-Ditch Comeback Attempt as They Were Only Five-Points Behind. This Incredible Interception Secured The Trojans Bowl Game Eligibility For 2019 and gave The Trojans Head Coach Clay Helton a Little More Respite for a Few Days!

“I Can Not Tell You How Proud I am of our Defense Today, Because They Were in a lot of Bad Situations Today as Far as Field-Position,” Helton said.

#3 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB
SHANE BUECHELE – SMU MUSTANGS

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Back in 2015, Shane Buechele (#7) Was a Senior Dual-Quarterback at Arlington Lamar High School in Texas and He Completed 138 of 213 Passes For 2,043-Yards and 19 Touchdowns Passes. He Also Rushed For Another 643-Yards and 7 Touchdowns, Giving Him 2,686-Yards of Total Offense and 26 Touchdowns as a Senior. During His High School Career, Buechele Passed for 6,379-Yards and 73 Touchdowns and He Rushed For Another 1,805-Yards and 21 Touchdowns, Giving Him 8,184-Yards of Offense and 94 Touchdowns.

After His Outstanding High School Career, Buechele Was Selected Twice as a Texas 6-A All-State Player and a Three-Time All-District Selection, Along With The Offensive MVP of District 4-6A. Buechele Had Scholarship Offers From Texas, Oklahoma, Houston, Texas Tech, California, Ole Miss, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, TCU, and SMU. He Committed To The Texas Longhorns on February 23, 2015 and Enrolled on January 19, 2016.

As a True Freshman, in 2016, Buechele Started All 12 Games For The Texas Longhorns and Completed 236 of 391 Passes  For 2,958-Yards and a Texas Longhorn Freshman School Record and 21 Touchdown Passes, Which Was The Texas Longhorn Second-Most In School History. Buechele Was The Firat Texas Longhorn Quarterback Since 2009 To Have at least 2,500-Yards Passing and 20 Touchdowns in a Single-Season and Finally, Buechele Became The First Texas Longhorn Quarterback Since 1944 To Start His First and Second Career Games as a True Freshman Quarterback.

Buechele Was The Texas Longhorn Starting Quarterback in 2016 When He Set Several Texas Longhorn Freshman School Passing Records, But He Was Second Team, Behind Sam Ehlinger in 2017 as The Texas Longhorns Went 10-4 and Beat The Georgia Bulldogs in The Sugar Bowl Game. Buechele Played in two games in 2017, But When Ehlinger Was Injured, He Guided The Texas Longhorns to Victories Over The Baylor Bears and The Iowa State Cyclones.

In 2018, Buechele Played in Only Two Games and Therefore He Redshirted and as The SMU Mustangs Starting Quarterback as a Graduate Transfer, Buechele Would Be Just Like Joe Burrow, Jalen Hurts, and Justin Fields.

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Sonny Dykes (In Photo) was Named as The SMU Mustangs New Head Football Coach on December 11, 2017. Dykes Arrived on The SMU Mustangs Hilltop after Head Coaching Assignments For The California Golden Bears and The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs.

In His First Football Season in 2018, on The SMU Mustangs Hilltop, Dykes Led The Mustangs to a 5-7 Overall Record, going 4-4 in The American Athletic Conference West Division Play. The 2018 Season Also Included a 45-31 Win over The #17 Houston Cougars.

The SMU Mustangs Exploded With One of The Most Explosive Offenses in The Country and Also in The SMU Mustangs School History and a Greatly Improved Super SMU Mustangs Defense. Following His First Year With The SMU Mustangs, Dykes and His Coaching Staff Recruited a Recruiting Class That Ranked Among The Very Best in The American Athletic Conference.

If There Was a Big Concern About The SMU Mustangs Having A Big Letdown After Coming-Off of Their 54-48 First Loss to #19 Memphis State, It Disappeared Early In The First Quarter In Another Wild and High-Scoring Game With The East Carolina Pirates. Buechele threw for 414-Yards as The SMU Mustangs Finished with 726 Total Offensive Yards.

In This Game, After Passing For 456-Yards and 3 Touchdowns Against Memphis State, Super SMU Mustang Quarterback Shane Buechele (#7) Had Another Incredible Game Against The East Carolina Pirates as He Completed 37 of 46 Passes For an Incredible 414-Yards and 5 Touchdowns. Buechele Also Rushed For Another 11-Yards, Giving Him 425-Yards of Total Offense and 5 Touchdowns. He Also Had a 140.8 Quarterback Rating. Buechele Passed For 414-Yards as The SMU Mustangs Finished with 726-Yards of Total Offense as Compared To The Same Amount For The Pirates (3-7, 0-6).

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QUAD-MVP Buechele Had an Outstanding Passing Game With 414-Yards Passing and 5 Touchdowns, but he Also Had Three Other Super SMU Mustang QUAD-MVP Skill Players, Including Super SMU Mustang Running Back Xavier Jones (#5) From Spring, Texas Had 157-Yards Rushing and 3 Touchdowns. Jones Also Caught 2 Passes From Buechele For Another 15-Yards, Giving Him 172-Yards of Total Offense and 3 Touchdowns.

QUAD-MVP Jones (5-11, 208, 4.42, 36, 4.22) Is Seen Scoring His 18th Career Touchdown as He Also Broke one of The Old Eric Dickerson Rushing Records. Jones Ran for 157-Yards and Had 3 Rushing Touchdowns For The Third Time This Season For The Mustangs. In This Game, His Total Touchdowns Reached 20, Including 18 Rushing and 2 Receiving Touchdowns, Which Was One More than The 19 Touchdowns, on The Ground, of Pro Football Hall of Fame Running Back Eric Dickerson had in 1981.

The SMU Mustangs, Started 8-0 For The First time Since Dickerson was Leading The Unbelievable SMU Mustangs Pony Express in his Final Season in 1982, But The Loss to Memphis left The Mustangs Needing Some Help To-Reach The AAC Conference Championship Game Even If They Win Their Final Two Regular-Season Football Games.

“Our Guys Showed-Up on Sunday and had the exact frame of mind We Wanted them to have,” SMU Mustangs Head Coach Sonny Dykes said. “We Did Not Have To-Beg Them to Practice After The Memphis Loss. They All Showed-Up and Handled Their Business.”

SIDEBAR VII: In a Million-To-One Percentage or More of It Ever Happening in a Football Game, The SMU Mustangs and East Carolina Pirates Had The Exact Same Total Offense of 726-Yards of Total Offense and Their Combined Total Was an Incredible and Eye-Popping 1,452-Yards of Total Offense.

Another QUAD-MVP For The SMU Mustangs Was James Proche (6-0, 193, 4.37, 39, 4.0, 128, 10) Who Caught 14 Buechele-Passes For 167-Yards and 2 Touchdowns. Proche Also Had 1 Rush For 2-Yards and 2 Punt Returns For Another 17-Yards, Giving Him 186-Yards of Total Offense and 2 Touchdowns.

Proche (#3) Had an Unbelievable Career-Day and Set The SMU Mustangs School Record For Touchdown Catches with His 35th Career Touchdown Catch on his First Touchdown of The Game. Proche, From Desoto High School in Texas, Outside of Dallas, Broke The Career Touchdown Record of The Emmanuel Sanders School Record.

Before The 2019 Season Started, Proche (#3) Was Considered as One of The Top Wide Receivers in The Country and He Was on The Fred Biletnikoff, The Maxwell Award, and The Paul Hornung Award Watch Lists. Porche Was Also Selected To The Athlon Sports Preseason First Team AAC Conference on Offense and Special-Teams Fourth Team. Porche Was Also Selected To The Phil Steele Pre-Season Fourth Team All-American Team, and Also The College Football News Pre-Season AAC All-Conference Team.

As a Junior in 2018, Porche (#3) Led The Mustangs With 93 Pass Catches for 1,199-Yards and 12 Touchdowns and He Also Was The Mustangs Team-Leading Return-Man With 20 Punt Returns for 165-Yards and 12 Kick Returns for Another 276-Yards, Giving Him 441-Yards in Return Yards. He Also Had 2 Rushes For 17-Yards, Giving Him 458-Yards Added To His 1,199-Yards and a 2018 Total of 1,657-Yards of Total Offense.

Porche Led The AAC Conference in Pass Receiving and was in The Top 12 in The Country In Pass Receptions Per Game With 7.8 Catches Which Was 5th in The Country and 13th in The Country In All-Purpose Yards With 138.1-Yards Per Game. Porche Had Five 100-Yard Games, Giving Him Nine 100-Yard Career Games. Going Into The 2019 Season, Porche Also Ranked 5th on The All-Time SMU Mustang Career Pass Receptions List With 24 Touchdowns and his 190 Catches Was 7th on Both Career Receptions With 190 Catches and Reception Yards With 2,724-Yards.

Still Another Skilled QUAD-MVP Was Super SMU Mustang Tight End Kylen Granson (6-3, 235, 4.5, 37, 4.16) Who Possibly Had The Most Incredible Game of The Year, In The Country For a Tight End as He Caught 7 Passes For 138-Yards and 3 Touchdowns. One of His Three Touchdown Passes, Included a 31-Yard Touchdown Catch on a Fourth-Down and 20 with The Mustangs Only Leading 45-44 Midway Through the Fourth Quarter.

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Granson is a Rice Owls Transfer From Austin Westlake, Texas and He Sat-Out Last Year and Now Has 8 Touchdowns. “We All Knew That The East Carolina Team Was a Really Good Team That Could Score a Lot of points,” said Granson. “Our Focus Was That We Still Have Got a lot to play for.”

On The Kickoff-Return That Followed The Third Granson Touchdown, The East Carolina Return-Man Could Not Recover The Loose Football at The 15-Yard Line and The Mustangs Recovered The Football and it Led to The Proche Second Touchdown Catch.

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The 2019 Fred Biletnikoff Award Three Finalists – Ja’Marr Chase, CeeDee Lamb, and Michael Pittman, Jr! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

THE THREE FINALISTS FOR THE FRED BILETNIKOFF WIDE RECEIVER AWARD
Ja’Marr Chase, CeeDee Lamb, and Michael Pittman, Jr

WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10)   2,950 MEARS RATING
WR CeeDee Lamb OU (6-2, 191, 4.33, 38, 4.2 128, 10)
2,942 MEARS RATING
WR Michael Pittman USC (6-5, 225, 4.4, 36, 4.22, 126, 15) 2,925 MEARS RATING

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WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU Against VANDY – 10 Catches For 229-Yards and 4 TD
WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU Against ALA – 6 Catches For 140-Yards and 1 TD
WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU Against MISS – 8 Catches For 227-Yards and 3 TD
WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU Against ARK – 6 Catches For 144-Yards and 2 TD
WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU Against A&M – 7 Catches For 197-Yards and 2 TD

WR CeeDee Lamb OU Against SDAK – 6 Catches/Ret For 167-Yards and 1 TD
WR CeeDee Lamb OU Against TXT – 7 Catches/Ret For 194-Yards and 3 TD
WR CeeDee Lamb OU Against TEXAS – 10 Catches For 181-Yards and 3 TD
WR CeeDee Lamb OU Against ISU   – 8 Catches/Ret For 195-Yards and 2 TD

WR Michael Pittman USC Against UTAH – 10 Catches For 232-Yards and 1 TD
WR Michael Pittman USC Against COL – 7 Catches For 156-Yards and 2 TD
WR Michael Pittman USC Against ASU – 13 Catches For 146-Yards 
WR Michael Pittman USC Against CAL – 11 Catches For 180-Yards and 2 TD
WR Michael Pittman USC Against UCLA – 13 Catches/Ret For 166-Yards/2 TD        

JA’MARR CHASE – LSU TIGERS

The SUPER SOPHOMORE FREAK Ja’Marr Chase Was Sensational in Teaming With Joe Burrow in Leading The LSU Tigers To a 50-7 Victory Over The Texas A&M Aggies and Finish Undefeated With a Perfect 12-0 Record. In This Final Regular Season Game, Chase Caught 7 Passes For 197-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, Including an Incredible 78-Yard Touchdown. The 197-Yards and 2 Touchdowns Gave Chase 17 Touchdowns and 1,457 Pass Receiving For The Season, and Added To His LSU School Record that The Fred Biletnikoff Award Finalist Broke Two Weeks Ago. Chase Now Has 1,457-Yards Receiving.

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In Watching Ja’Marr Chase (#1) Play In-Person and Watching Him on His Highlight Film, The First Words That Comes To My Mind Was THE FREAK. Over-And-Over, Chase Continues To Make Huge “Big-Plays” and He Makes Them All Look Simple, And With Chase, Everything Looks Really Smooth.

In 2017, Rummel High School Had a Phenomenon Wide Receiver and So I Evaluated Him on His Rummel Highlight Film and I Quickly Agreed With All of The Other College Scouts and College Coaches, but I Wanted To See Him Play In Person, So on a Very Special Friday Night, I Drove To Metairie,

I Can Not Remember Who Rummel Was Playing, That Friday Night, but Chase Did not Disappoint Me as he Was a TOTAL FREAK in Catching The Football and Returning Kickoffs. I Remember That In This Game, Chase Caught Two Touchdown Passes and Returned a Kickoff for Another Touchdown. I Will NEVER FORGET That He Had Close To 300-Yards of Total All-Purpose Offense.

Chase Finished his Senior Season at Rummel High School With Single-Season Records of 61 Receptions and With 1,011-Yards of Pass Receiving Yards, and 15 Touchdowns Pass Catches. It Was The First 1,000-Yard Season Recorded by a Rummel Raider Wide Receiver. He Also Finished as The Rummel Career Leader in Pass Receptions, Pass Receiving Yards, and Touchdowns with 115 Catches For 2,152-Yards and 30 Touchdowns.

Chase Had Around 30 Scholarship Offers and He Played in The Under Armour All-American Football Game and So Almost Every D-1 Team in The Country Wanted Him. I Also Remember That Chase Recorded a Sensational 4.09 In The Short Pro Shuttle, Which Demonstrates an Unusually Amount of Great Quickness For any Player Weighing Over 200-Pounds.

Chase Also Was a Great Track Athlete and He Used His Great 4.09 in The Shuttle to His Great Potential and Advantage in The Sprints and Relays and He Also Was a Tremendous Long-Jumper with a Career-Best of 24-2 Feet as The State Long Jump Champ. Chase also Recorded a 4.38 in The Forty and an Outstanding 38 Vertical Jump To-Go With His Sensational 4.09 Shuttle.

Initially, The Auburn Tigers Were Thought To Be In The Lead For Chase and In Fact, He Had Originally Been Committed To The Florida Gators and Not The LSU Tigers. Chase De-Committed From The Gators in November, Just After The Gators Opted To-Move-On From Head Coach Jim McElwain.

Then, It was February 2, 2018 and The National Signing Day Was Only a Few Days Away on Tuesday, and The LSU Tigers Coaching Staff Did Not Want To-Allow One of The Top High School Wide Receivers In The Country To Leave The State and Sign With Another College Team Out-Of-Their-Own-Backyard.

Ja’Marr’s Dad, Jimmy Chase Answered His Phone One Day and He Heard The Distinct Voice: “Jimmy, Get Your Family Ready! The Whole LSU Tigers Coaching Staff Are Coming.”

Shortly, After That Phone Call, The LSU Tigers Limousine Bus Stopped in Front of The Ja’Marr Chase, New Orleans Home And An LSU Tigers SUV Parked Just Behind The LSU Tigers Limousine Bus; And Out-Stepped The LSU Tigers Head Football Coach Ed Orgeron. Then, The LSU Tigers Limousine Bus-Door Opened and Nine LSU Tiger Assistant Coaches Followed Head Coach Ed Orgeron Into The Ja’Marr Chase House!

Coach Orgeron Spoke First, and Then One Coach After Another, as Each LSU Tiger Coach Gave His Recruiting Piece To Ja’Marr Chase and His Dad. Even LSU Tiger Defensive Coordinator Dave Aranda, known for Being Very Reserved, told Chase That The LSU Tigers Defensive Coaching Staff  Could Not Find Anyone Who Could Stop Him at The LSU Tigers Recruiting Camps.

On February 7, On National Signing Day, Chase Signed With The LSU Tigers and Not The Auburn Tigers or The Florida Gators and his Father said That The LSU Tigers All-Hands-On-Deck-Visit Was The Main Reason.

In 2019, Against Vanderbilt, Chase Was The Main Target of The Heisman Trophy Favorite Quarterback Joe Burrow as He Caught an Incredible 7 Passes for 199-Yards and an Amazing 3 Touchdowns in The First Half, Including a Beautiful 64-Yard Catch and run for a Touchdown; plus another 51-Yard Touchdown. Chase Ended This Game With a Career-High 229-Yards Receiving and Another Career-High 4 Touchdown Catches in The 66-38 Victory Over The Vanderbilt Commodores.

Apparently, The Vanderbilt Commodores Did Not Learn Their Lesson After The First Quarter of Play. A Quarter after The LSU Tigers Wide Receiver Ja’Marr Chase Demonstrated His 4.09 Short Shuttle Super Quickness as he Turned-On His Incredible Speed and Quickness For a 64-yard Touchdown Run and Then Crushed Them Again on His 51-Yard Touchdown Run.

In That First Half Where Chase Caught 7 Passes For 199-Yards, and Where Every Single One of His Touchdown Catches of 25, 51, and 64-Yards Would Make The LSU Tigers Highlight Reel, The Tigers Ran Away With a 38-17 Lead Against The Commodores in Nashville.

The First Touchdown Catch For Chase Came on a Great Catch and Run with about 8:46 Remaining in The First Quarter. Chase Caught a First-Down Pass at the 50-Yard Line and He Was Incredible as He Made a Multiple of The Vanderbilt Defenders Miss-Him and Then He Sprinted Into The End-Zone to give The LSU Tigers a 14-7 Lead.

Later in The First Quarter, Burrow Hit Chase Again With a 25-Yard Catch, But Chase Made an Unbelievable Catch in The Corner of The End-Zone With Several Vanderbilt Defenders Again All Over Him For The Touchdown, but The Great Catch Gave The LSU Tigers a 28-7 Lead.  

With His 4 Touchdown Catches Against The Vanderbilt Commodores, Chase Tied The LSU Tigers Record With Tony Moss For Touchdown Catches in The Same Game. At This Point, in The 2019 Football Season, Chase Ranked 11th in The Country in Yards With 20 Catches For 397-Yards.

Three Weeks Later, Against The Ole Miss Rebels, Ja’Marr Chase (#1) Was Sensational Again as He Was Awarded The SEC Conference Offensive Player of The Week Award For His Incredible Performance in The 58-37 Victory Over The Ole Miss Rebels. In The Photo, Heisman Trophy Favorite Quarterback Joe Burrow (#9) is Congratulating His Favorite Wide Receiver After Another Incredible Game.

In This Game, Chase Became The LSU Tigers Single-Season Record-Holder For Touchdown Catches With 13 Touchdown Pass Catches. The Old Record Was Held by Dwayne Bowe With 12 in 2006.

Chase was part of an LSU Tigers Offense That Recorded an Incredible 714-Yards of Total Offense Against The Ole Miss Rebels, Which Was The Second-Highest Total in LSU Tigers School History and The Most-Ever For The LSU Tigers Offense in an SEC Conference Game. The 714-Yards also Ranked as The Third-Highest Total Offense in The SEC Conference History in an SEC Conference Game Featuring Two SEC Teams.

In This Incredible Game, Chase Caught 8 Passes For an Amazing 227-Yards and 3 Touchdowns. Every Single Catch by Chase Gave The LSU Tigers Offense a First Down or a Touchdown. Chase Also Became The First LSU Player in LSU School History With Two 200-Yard Pass Receiving Games During The Regular Season.

His 227-Yards Receiving was two shy of his Career-Best and Ranks as The Fifth-Highest Single-Game Pass Receiving Total in LSU School History. Earlier, Against Vanderbilt, Chase Had His 229-Yard Pass Receiving Game and His Four Touchdowns in The Victory Over Vanderbilt.

In The Ole Miss Rebels Game, Chase Averaged 28.4-Yards Per Catch and It Was The Fifth Time in Six Games That He Recorded Over 100-Yards Receiving. At This Time, Chase Currently Led The SEC Conference in Touchdown Pass Catches With 13 Touchdowns, in Yards With 1,116-Yards, and Pass Receiving Yards Per Game With a 124.0 Average Per Game.

The SEC Conference Player of The Week Award Was The First For Ja’Marr Chase Against The Ole Miss Rebels, But it Was The Seventh SEC Conference Player of The Week Award For The LSU Tigers. Last week, Heisman Trophy Favorite Quarterback Joe Burrow and All-Purpose Running Back Clyde Edwards-Helaire Were Co-SEC Conference Players of The Week For Their Incredible Games in The Victory Over win over The Alabama Crimson Tide.

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In The Alabama Crimson Tide Game, And In The Photo, Chase (#1) Also Caught 8 Passes For 140-Yards and a Touchdown and Averaged a Great 23.3-Yards Per Catch.

CEEDEE LAMB – OKLAHOMA

In The Fall of 2014, CeeDee Lamb (#2) Was a Frustrated High School Sophomore Wide Receiver at Richmond Foster High School in Texas. He Made The Varsity, but he Was Not Getting That Much Playing-Time. Then in 2015, With a Growth-Spurt, and in 13 Games, Lamb Caught 57 Passes for 1,082-Yards, 11 Touchdowns, and 1,227-Yards of Total Offense.

Then Again, After a Slow-Start as a Sophomore, Lamb Shocked The College-Coaching World in 2016 as He Caught an Incredible 98 Passes For 2,032-Yards and A Mind-Boggling 33 Touchdowns and Finished His Senior Year With 2,387-Yards of Total Offense With His Kickoff and Punt Returns.

After This Fabulous Senior Season, Lamb Originally Committed To The Oklahoma Sooners, but Then He De-Committed and Was Considering About 20 Other Schools, Including Auburn, Baylor, Colorado, Florida, Houston, Illinois, Kansas, LSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, and UCLA. In April, Lamb Re-Committed To The Oklahoma Sooners.

Then in 2017, as an Oklahoma Sooner True Freshman, Lamb Started 13 Games and Caught 46 Passes For 807-Yards and Scored 7 Touchdowns and Was Selected To The Freshman All-American Team by ESPN. His 807-Yards Broke The Oklahoma Sooners Freshman Pass Receiving Yardage Record.

In His Sophomore Season For The Oklahoma Sooners, Lamb Was One of The Leading Players For The Oklahoma Sooners and Their 12-2 Record Offense and in Their Playoff Appearance, as He Caught 65 Passes for 1,158-Yards and 11 Touchdowns while Starting 13 More Games. In 2018, Ceedee Also Helped The Oklahoma Sooners To Achieve Their First Season With Two Wide Receivers That Caught Passes For Over 1,000-Yards, in The Same Season. Lamb and All-American Wide Receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown Were The Oklahoma Sooner Record-Holders

In The Fourth Game of The 2019 Football Season, Against The Texas Tech Red Raiders, CeeDee Lamb was Incredible as He Caught 7 Passes For 185-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Returned 2 Punts For Another 9-Yards, Giving Him 194-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Texas Tech Red Raiders 55-16 Big-12 Victory.

In This Game, Against The Red Raiders, Lamb Caught 3 Touchdown Passes and His 71-Yard Touchdown Pass Was Unbelievable as He Completely Changed Directions on Two Red Raider Defenders as He Caught The Football At Midfield and Was Heading To His Right and Then Confused Several Red Raider Defenders, on His Direction-Change, Back To His Left and on His Way Down The Left Sideline and Into The End-Zone.

“The Tackle Attempts Around His Legs and Waist Are Not’t Bringing CeeDee Down Anymore,” Oklahoma Sooner Head Coach Lincoln Riley said.

After This Incredible Texas Tech Game, in Which The Sooners Had 642-Yards of Total Offense and Averaged an Incredible 10.2-Yards Per Play, Lamb Had His Best Game In Oklahoma Sooner History and it Will Be His Final Season in Norman, but He Moved-Up from Ninth Place to Seventh Place in Oklahoma Sooner School History In Pass-Receiving Yards With 2,378-Yards; and He also Moved Into a Fifth Place Tie with Kenny Stills in Pass-Receiving Touchdowns with 24 Touchdowns.

Lamb Was an Outstanding Wide Receiver in 2018, but he Did Not Receive All of The Great Attention That Marquise “Hollywood” Brown Received, but he was Still Outstanding For The Oklahoma Sooners. On The Year, Lamb Caught 65 Passes for 1,158-Yards and with 11 Touchdowns. His Yards Per Catch Average Was 17.8 Yards Per Catch and it Demonstrated His Tremendous Playmaker Ability To-Produce Huge Plays For Heisman Trophy Winning Quarterbacks Kyler Murray in 2018  and Then in 2017, Lamb Also Caught 46 Passes For 807-Yards and 7 Touchdowns For Another Heisman Trophy Winning Quarterback Baker Mayfield. And Now Jalen Hurts in 2019.

After Lamb Was So Dominating in The Red Raiders Game, Two Weeks Later, in Game Six Against The Texas Longhorns, Lamb Was Again Sensational as He Caught 10 Passes For 171-Yards and 3 More Touchdowns and Another 3 Punt Returns For Another 6-Yards, Giving Him 177-Yards of Total Offense in an Oklahoma Sooner 34-27 Victory.

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Coming into the 2019 season, Lamb (#2) was Expected to be One of The Best Wide Receivers in The Country, but he Started Slow. He Caught Only 9 Total Passes In The First Three Games, but It Seemed To Be Fine, because all of The Other Wide Receivers Were Doing Great, But Then The Huge Big-12 Game with The Texas Longhorns, Was Going To Be Different and The Oklahoma Sooners Needed CeeDee Lamb To-Be at his Best.

In The Texas Longhorns Game, The Oklahoma Sooners Were Not Able To Score Points and Light-Up The Scoreboard, Like They Had Been, Earlier in The Season, but Lamb Was Able To-Make Unbelievable Critical Plays When The Oklahoma Sooners Needed The Points The Most.

The Gigantic Plays That Lamb Made Were a 1-Yard Pass Completion on a Fourth-Down Pass on The Oklahoma Sooners Opening Drive; An Incredible  51-Yard Go-Ahead Flea-Flicker Touchdown Pass in The Third Quarter That he Weaved His Way Through Several Longhorn Defenders Into The End-Zone; and Finally a 27-Yard Incredible Acrobatic Touchdown Catch Where Lamb Actually and Incredibly Tip-Toed Down The Sideline To-Stay In-Bounds and Then Maneuvered His Way, Down The Sideline To The End-Zone To-Give The Sooners a 10-Point Lead in The Fourth Quarter.

In The Oklahoma Sooners Big-12 Victory, CeeDee Lamb Caught 10 Passes For 171-Yards and 3 Miraculous Touchdowns and He Also Returned 3 Punt-Returns For Another 6-Yards, Giving Him 177-Yards of Total Offense and 3 Touchdowns in The 34-27 Victory. All Three Touchdowns by Lamb Were Crucial in The Oklahoma Sooners Big-12 Victory.

“CeeDee is a Special Player and It Has Been Fun for The Journey of CeeDee,” Oklahoma Sooner Head Coach Lincoln Riley said. “I’m Also Really Proud of All of These Guys. I’m proud of how CeeDee Lamb Played on The Big Stage.”He’s a Big-Time Game Player.”

With The Oklahoma Defense Playing as well as it did, Most of The Oklahoma Sooner Coaches, Players, Fans Thought That The Team Would Not have Needed The Incredible Mind-Boggling Game From CeeDee Lamb, but with Two Early Turnovers in The Red-Zone, The Sooners Went Into Halftime With Only a Seven- Point Lead.

After The Texas Longhorns Tied The Game early in the Third Quarter, Coach Riley Decided To-Call For The Flea-Flicker and Lamb Caught The Pass, and Then Faked-Out Several Texas Longhorn Defenders and Sprinted Into The End Zone.

After The Red Raiders Game, and The Texas Longhorns Game, Lamb Once Again Demonstrated Why He Will Become a 2020 NFL #1 Draft Choice and By Being One of The Three Finalists For The Fred Biletnikoff Wide Receiver Award, as The #1 Wide Receiver in The Country, Lamb Will Without a Doubt, Move-Up in The 2020 NFL Draft.

After Watching and Evaluating Several Highlight Films of Lamb, I Realize That CeeDee Lamb is Another TOTAL FREAK in Catching The Football and Returning Punts and Kickoffs. I Also Remember Lamb Making Numerous One-Handed Catches in High School at Richmond Foster High School in Texas and Then Again For The Oklahoma SoonersIn Fact, Lamb Has Several Unbelievable One-Handed Catches That Are Included in “Hall of Fame” Miraculous Type Highlight Films.

At 6-2 and 191-Pounds, Lamb Will Probably Not Over-Power a Defender, but His Height and Unbelievable “Soft-Hands” Are Incredible, But He is an Outstanding Physical Route-Runner and a Totally Awesome Playmaker with the Football in his Hands. In Fact, With The Football in His Hands, His Ability To Maneuver-Around Defenders on His Way Into The End-Zone is Totally Mind-Boggling.

The Strangest Thing About CeeDee Lamb and His Speed is Weird, Because His Fastest Forty on Record is About a 4.56, but He Does Have a Lot Faster Speed Than That on His Highlight Films in High School and in College. There Are a Multiple of Highlight Plays on His Highlight Films That Are Actually Demonstrating Speeds in The 4.33 Category and Showing Him Simply Out-Running Numerous Defenders and Speeding Away From Them, on His Way Into The End-Zone.

Lamb Also Demonstrates an Unbelievable “Spin-Move” and The Incredible Ability To-Catch a Stop-And-Go Pass Pattern or a Curl Pattern and Then Do His “Spin-Move” Either Inside or Outside and Then Outrun Speedy Defenders Into The End-Zone and Against Those Speedy Defenders who are Running a 4.4 or Better and Trying To-Catch Him and Are Already Going at Full-Speed.

CeeDee Lamb (6-2, 191, 4.33, 38, 4.2, 128, 10) and With an Outstanding 2,942 MEARS RATING. You Can See That He Has Tremendous Speed and  Quickness With a 4.33 Forty and a 4.2 in The Pro-Shuttle, and Great Athletic Ability With a 38-Inch Vertical Jump and a 128-Inch Standing Broad Jump. The Only Thing That Has Slowed Lamb This Year Has Been a Head Injury that Caused him To-Miss One Game and Then He Was Limited in His Action In Another Game.

MICHAEL PITTMAN JR – USC TROJANS

USC wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. makes a catch against Utah.

In The Spring of 2015, Michael Pittman, Jr. (#6) Was on The Westlake Oaks Christian High School Football Practice Field and Oaks Christian High School Had Just Hired a New Head Football Coach. Pittman, Jr. Was Standing and Waiting For a Pass During a Passing Drill, With His Shoes Untied and Pants Sagging, as a Pass Went Over His Head.

The New Coach, Jim Benkert, Was Watching and Although Coach Benkert Did Not Know Who Pittman, Jr. Was, He Stormed Over To His Star Wide Receiver and Issued Him an Ultimatum:  “You Will Never Play For Me,” Benkert Told Pittman, “Unless You Change.”

Needless To Say, Pittman, Jr Was Stunned and Shocked, as Coach Benkert Walked Back To His Coaching Staff and Was Wondering Whether He Had Made a Big Mistake.

“A Few Moments Later, I Saw Pittman Jr. Lean Down and Tie His Shoes, and I Breathed a Huge Sigh of Relief,” Benkert said. “After That, He Was a Dream.”

His High School Passing Stats Were Incredible After This Unbelievable First Day of Practice With His New Head Coach Benkert, as a Sophomore.

In 10 Games, as a Junior in 2014, Pittman, Jr. Had Caught 47 Passes For 914-Yards, and Had Scored 12 Touchdowns and Then in 2015, in 12 Games as a Senior, Pittman Jr. Grabbed an Incredible 81 Passes For 1,990-Yards, Had a 24.6-Yards Per Catch Average, and With 24 Touchdowns.

In His Final Two Years at Westlake Oaks Christian High School in California, Pittman, Jr. Was an Unbelievable Player. During Those Two Seasons, Pittman, Jr. Caught 128 Passes For 2,904-Yards and 36 Touchdowns. One of His Very Best Games and Best in Oaks Christian High School History Came During His Very Last Game as He Made a Huge Statement.

In That Final Game, His Final Stats Included 16 Catches For an Incredible 354-Yards and 5 Touchdowns Against Bishop Amat in The Quarterfinals of The Division I Playoffs. After This Fabulous Season, Pittman, Jr. Was Selected To-Play in The U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game, But He Suffered a broken Collarbone During Practice For The Game and Was Not Able To-Play in The Game. Pittman, Jr. Was Also Selected To The Prep Star All-American Dream Team and Also THE USA TODAY All-California Offensive Player of The Year.

Pittman, Jr. Had Eight Major Scholarship Offers, Including California, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, and Washington, Before Signing With The Southern California Trojans.

Pittman, Jr. Enrolled at Southern California in January of 2016 and He Saw Action in 13 Games as a Special Teams Starter. His Playing-Time Increased During his Sophomore Season, but He Was Hampered with a Sprained Left Ankle, but He Still Caught 23 Passes For 404-Yards and 2 Touchdowns.

Then in 2018, as a Junior, Pittman, Jr. Caught 41 Passes For 758-Yards and 6 Touchdowns. Then in an 8-4 Start in 2019, Pittman, Jr. Currently Has Caught 95 passes For 1,222-Yards and 11 Touchdowns. After 49 Career Games, Pittman, Jr. Has Recorded 165 Catches For 2,466-Yards and 19 Touchdowns.

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The Southern Cal Trojans Are Not The Same Old Southern Cal Team That They Used To Be, But Some of The Southern Cal Players Are Still Some of The Greatest Players in The Country and Their Super Large Wide Receiver Michael Pittman, Jr. (#6) With a Fantastic 2,925 MEARS RATING is Definitely One of Those Great Southern Cal Players.

Until The Trojans Were Able To Find Their Freshman Super-Star Quarterback, Kedon Slovis (6-3, 205, 4.7), Michael Pittman Jr. (6-5, 225, 4.4, 36, 4.22, 126, 15) has been The Trojans Super-Star Player All Throughout The Season, Even Though The Trojans Have Had Very Inconsistent Play at Quarterback, With a Tremendous, Muscular 6-4 and 225 Body Frame With Bulging Muscles-Ripping All Over His Body, Most Defensive Backs Would Rather Cover The Wide Receiver on The Other Side of The Field.

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Against Small Defensive Backs, Pittman, Jr. (Left Split End), Will Simply Out-Muscle Defenders. It Is What He Has Done All Year in The PAC-12 as He Also Demonstrates His Unbelievable Wide Receiver Skill Set To The NFL Scouts.

Patton Has Been Outstanding All Season For The Trojans, but he Was Especially Outstanding in Five Games That He Was Selected as One of My College Football MVP Players of The Week Award.

In an Unbelievable Dominating Game Against The Utah Utes, Pittman, Jr. Recorded 10 Catches For 232-Yards and a Touchdown. In This Game Against The Utes, He Became The First Southern Cal Trojan Wide Receiver To Record a 200-Yard Plus Pass Receiving Game since Marquise Lee in 2012.

With his Senior Season at Southern Cal Coming To an End, Southern Cal Team Captain Michael Pittman, Jr. is Without a Doubt, The Great Leader of One of The Top Teams in The Country and He Also is Part of The Greatest Wide Receiving Corps in The Country, Along With The LSU Tigers, The Oklahoma Sooners, and The Alabama Crimson Tide. His Draft Stock is Also on The Rise, Along With The Other Great Wide Receivers at Those Schools.

The Utah Utes Were Ranked #10 in The Country and They Were Supposed To Be The Best Chance For a The PAC-12 Team To-Reach The College Football Playoffs, But That Chance Probably Came To an End in The Southern Cal 30-23 Victory Over The Utah Utes at The Coliseum.

The Utah Utes Game, Was The Southern Cal Fourth Game of The Season and After The Game, Pittman, Jr. Was Leading The PAC-12 Wide Receivers With The Most Catches With 31 and With Pass Receiving Yardage With 437-Yards. The Former Oaks Christian Head Coach, Who Four Years Ago Had Demanded That Pittman, Jr. Change, Is Now Finally Seeing Pittman, Jr. Reach His Vast Potential and is Now Developing Into a Real Super-Star. “I Think Southern Cal is Finally Getting To-See How Great This Kid Has Become,” Benkert said.

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The Southern Cal Freshman Quarterback
Kedon Slovis Completed  37 of 47 For an Incredible 515-Yards and 4 Touchdowns Against The UCLA Bruins, in Game #12, and Became The First Southern Cal Trojan Quarterback in School History To Surpass 500-Yards in a Single Game as The Trojans Beat The Bruins 52-35
In This Special Rival Game, Pittman, Jr Caught 13 Passes For 104-Yards and 2 Touchdowns. Slovis Had 406-Yards and 4 Touchdowns In Game #11; 432-Yards in Game #10; and 406-Yards in Game #8. He Also Had 4 Touchdowns in All Four Games and Has 3,242-Yards and 28 Touchdowns.

Southern Cal Trojan Wide Receiver Michael Pittman, Jr. Was Named, as One of The Three Finalists For The Fred Biletnikoff Wide Receiver Award as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country, Alongside The LSU Tigers Ja’Marr Chase, and The Oklahoma Sooners Wide Receiver CeeDee Lamb as The Three Finalists. The Winner Will Be Announced on December 12 During The College Football Awards on ESPN.

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College Football Week #10 Fabulous Five 200-Yard Rushers: A.J. Dillon, Travis Etienne, Kylin Hill, Chuba Hubbard, and Isaiah Spiller! Plus Special Story on FS Marcus Murphy By Super Scout Max Emfinger

College Football Week #10 Fabulous Five 200-Yard Rushers: A.J. Dillon, Travis Etienne, Kylin Hill, Chuba Hubbard, and Isaiah Spiller!
Plus Special Story on FS Marcus Murphy
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Image result for College Football MVP Logo PhotosTOP 12 DUAL QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #10
SUPER 17 ALL-PURPOSE RB/WR/KR MVP’S WEEK #10
FAB 5 ALL-PURPOSE WIDE RECEIVERS WEEK #10
SUPER ELITE TOP 12 DEFENSIVE MVP’S – WEEK #10
NIFTY 9 SUPER CORNERBACK MVP’S  – WEEK #10
FAB 5 SPECIAL TEAM MVP’S – WEEK #10

MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

Through The First Nine Weeks of The 2019 Season, There Were Some Huge Changes In The Heisman Trophy Favorites! After Week #8, According to The Caesars Sportbook The Top Six Were: QB Joe Burrow, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Jalen Hurts, RB Jonathan Taylor, QB Justin Fields, and WR CeeDee Lamb; While QB Sam Ehlinger and QB Justin Herbert Were Other Heisman Trophy Candidates. After Nine Games, The Top Seven Heisman Trophy Candidates Were QB Joe Burrow, QB Jalen Hurts, DE Chase Young, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Justin Fields, AP/RB J.K. Dobbins, and QB Justin Herbert.

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WEEK #10 TOP NINE MVP’S

OFFENSE

AP/WR/KO Antonio Gibson (6-2, 221, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 128, At Least 20 Reps) of THE MEMPHIS STATE TIGERS With 386-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD, Including a 97-Yard Kickoff Return For a TD. RB A.J. Dillon (6-0, 250, 4.42, 39, 4.29, 128, At Least 30 Reps) of THE BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES With a Great  242-Yards Rushing and 3 TD. AP/RB Travis Etienne (5-10, 210, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, At Least 20) of THE CLEMSON TIGERS With 235-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD and AP/RB Kylin Hill (5-11, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 128, 20 Reps) of THE MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS With 235-Yards and 3 TD. AP/RB Chuba Hubbard (6-1, 207, 4.28, 39, 4.12, 128, 20) of THE OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS With 228-Yards and 2 TD and AP/RB Isaiah Spiller (6-1, 220, 4.42, 36, 4.26, 126, 20) of THE TEXAS A&M AGGIES With 224-Yards and 3 TD.

DEFENSE

EDGE RUSH DE  Gregory Rousseau (6-6, 260, 4.52, 34, 4.32) of THE MIAMI HURRICANES With An Incredible 4 Sacks, 5 TFL, and 12 Sacks For The Season. OLB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (6-2, 216, 4.52, 39, 4.28) of THE NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH With 3 Sacks and 1 Fumble Recovery. CB Bryce Thompson (5-11, 181, 4.33) of THE TENNESSEE VOLS With 3 Interceptions.

SIDEBAR I: Week #10 TOP 13 DUAL/QUARTERBACK MVP’S INCLUDE: Dual/QB Geremy Hickbotton (6-4, 210, 4.58, 38, 4.3) With 268-Yards Passing and 2 TD and Another 185-Yards Rushing and 2 More TD, Giving Him an Incredible 453-Yards of Total Offense, 4 TD, and a Great 196.1 QB Rating, Dual/QB Ladarius Skelton (6-2, 210, 4.56) With 198-Yards Passing and 2 TD and Another 238-Yards Rushing and 2 More TD, Giving Him an Incredible 436-Yards of Total Offense, 4 TD, and a 156.9 QB Rating, Dual/QB Ian Book (6-0, 212, 4.72) With 386-Yards, 3 TD, and a 171.1 QB Rating, Dual/QB Bo Nix (6-2, 207, 4.52) With 360-Yards, 1 TD, and a 133.1.7 QB RatingDual/QB Brady White (6-3, 215, 4.76) With 350-Yards, 1 TD, and a 176.7 QB Rating, Dual/QB Jamie Newman (6-4, 230. 4.52) With 317-Yards, 5 TD, and a 155,3 QB Rating, Dual/QB Dillon Gabriel (6-0, 186, 4.72) With 316-Yards, 4 TD, and a 186.4 QB Rating, Dual/QB Charlie Brewer (6-1, 206, 4.72) With 302-Yards, 2 TD, and a 191.8 QB Rating, Dual/QB Jake Fromm (6-2, 220, 4.72, 28, 4.42) With 291-Yards, 2 TD, and a 166.8 QB Rating, Dual/QB Tyler Huntley (6-1, 205, 4.62, 34, 4.3) With 290-Yards, 2 TD, and a 177.2 QB Rating, Dual/QB/RB Malcolm Perry (5-9, 190, 4.36) With 273-Yards, 3 TD, and a 336.0 QB Rating,  and Dual/QB Trevor Lawrence (6-6, 220, 4.66, 32, 4.33) With 251-Yards, 4 TD, and a 196.6 QB Rating, and Dual/QB Skylar Thompson (6-2, 212, 4.56) With 332-Yards, 3 TD, and a 214.8 QB Rating.

SIDEBAR II: Week #10 SUPER 17 ALL-PURPOSE/RUNNING BACK MVP’S INCLUDE: RB A.J. Dillon (6-0, 250, 4.42, 39, 4.29) With an Incredible 242-Yards Rushing and 3 TD, AP/RB Travis Etienne (5-10, 210, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, At Least 20) With 235-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD, AP/RB Kylin Hill (5-11, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13) With 235-Yards and 3 TD, AP/RB Chuba Hubbard (6-1, 207, 4.3, 29, 4.12) With 228-Yards and 2 TD, AP/RB Isaiah Spiller (6-1, 220, 4.44, 36, 4.26) With 224-Yards and 3 TD, AP/RB Marcel Murray (6-0, 197, 4.44) With 199-Yards and 3 TD, AP/RB Lupini Katoa (6-1, 210, 4.42, 36, 4.22) With 191-Yards, FB Aundre Carter (5-10, 241, 4.52) With 179-Yards Rushing and 2 TD, RB Josh Davis (5-9, 195, 4.41 38, 4.21, 11.01 100-Meters) With 177-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, RB David Bailey (6-1, 240, 4.52) With 172-Yards and 2 TD, AP/RB Levante Bellamy (5-10, 190, 4.3, 40, 4.11) With 168-Yards and 3 TD, AP/RB Stephon Huderson (5-10, 190, 4.42, 38, 4.2) With 165-Yards and 1 TD, AP/RB Wesley Kennedy III (5-10, 180, 4,33, 38, 4.1) With 160-Yards and 2 TD, AP/RB Tyray Devezin (5-9, 233, 4.52, 38, 4.22) With 156-Yards and 4 TD, RB Geno Hess (5-8, 209, 4.44, 36, 4.2) With 156-Yards and 2 TD, AP/RB Michael Warren II (5-11, 222, 4.44, 34, 4.2, 11.2 100 Meters) With 152-Yards and 3 TD, and AP/RB George Holani (5-11, 192, 4.42, 36, 4.2) With 145-Yards, 4 TD, and Game-Winning TD With 1:35 Left in The Game.

SIDEBAR III: Week #10 FAB 5 ALL-PURPOSE/WIDE RECEIVER MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/WR/KO Antonio Gibson (6-2, 221, 4.41, 36, 4.2) With An Incredible 386-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD, Including a 97-Yard Kickoff Return For a TD, AP/WR David Durden (6-2, 197, 4.46) With 157-Yards, AP/WR John Hightower (6-2, 183, 4.33, 38, 4.12) With 149-Yards, AP/WR Damonte Coxie (6-3, 197, 4.42) With 145-Yards and 2 TD, and AP/WR/KO Giles Jackson (5-10, 188, 4.36, 38, 3.85) With 125-Yards and 1 TD Including a 97-Yard Opening Kickoff Return For a TD. 

SIDEBAR IV: Week #10 SUPER ELITE TOP 13 DEFENSIVE MVP’S MINUS CORNERBACKS Include: EDGE RUSH DE  Gregory Rousseau (6-6, 260, 4.52, 34, 4.32) With An Incredible 4 Sacks, 5 TFL, and 12 Sacks For The Season, EDGE RUSH DE Jalil Clemons (6-3, 240, 4.86) With 2 Sacks, STRONG DE Brendon Hayes (6-3, 293, 5.02) With 2 Sacks and 2 Quarterback Hurries, DT/NG Trey Dishon (6-3, 311, 5.12) With 4 Solo Tackles and 2 Sacks, and DT/NG Bravvion Roy (6-2, 333, 4.87) With 1 TFL and a Blocked Field Goal Attempt With 3:30 Left in The Game and a 17-14 Victory. OLB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (6-2, 216, 4.52, 39, 4.28) With 3 Sacks and 1 Fumble Recovery, OLB Josh Uche (6-2, 250, 4.52) With 3 Solo Tackles and 2 Sacks, and MLB Dele’ Harding (6-2, 230, 4.62) With 12 Tackles, 1 Forced Fumble, and 1 Interception For a 54-Yard Touchdown. SS Kolby Harvell-Peel (6-0, 210, 4.52) With 5 Solo Tackles, 2 Interceptions, and 1 Fumble Recovery, SS Brady Breeze (6-0, 196, 4.38) With 1 Interception and 1 Fumble Recovery for a 32-Yard Touchdown, SS Josh Metellus (6-0, 218, 4.44) With 1 Interception and 2 TFL, and FS P.J. Hall (5-11, 190, 4.44) With 1 TFL and 2 Forced Forced Fumbles, and FS Marcus Murphy (6-1, 200, 4,42, 39, 4.32) With a Team-High 8 Tackles, 2 Pass Breakups, and 1 Interception Return For a 32-Yard TD. 

SIDEBAR V: Week #10 NIFTY 9 CORNERBACK DEFENSIVE MVP’S: CB Bryce Thompson (5-11, 181, 4.33) With 3 Interceptions, CB Amari Henderson (6-1, 180, 4.33, 38, 4.1) With 2 Interceptions and 1 TFL, CB Myles Jones (6-4, 185, 4.44) With 2 Interceptions, CB Avery Williams (5-9, 198, 4.42, 36, 4.22) With 7 Solo Tackles and 1 Interception Return for 66-Yards and a Touchdown, CB Jaylon Johnson (6-0, 195, 4.38, 38, 4.12) With 3 Solo Tackles and 1 Interception and a 39-Yard TD, CB Ahmad Gardner (6-2, 185, 4.42) With 3 Solo Tackles, 2 Pass Breakups, and 1 Interception Return for 62-Yards and a Touchdown, CB Nate Hobbs (6-0, 190, 4.36, 38, 4.16) With 1 Forced Fumble and 1 Recovered Fumble for 36-Yards and a Touchdown, CB Willie Langham (6-1, 185, 4.42, 36, 4.21) With 3 Solo Tackles and 1 Recovered Fumble For a 13-Yard Touchdown With 1:52 Left in The First Half, 2 Interceptions, Including a 67-Yard Interception For TD With 1:14 Left in The Game, and CB Roney Elam (6-2, 195, 4.44) 1 Sack and 1 interception.

SIDEBAR VI: Week #10 FAB 5 SPECIAL TEAMS/KICKER/PUNTER MVP’S Include: KICKER Sam Crosa (5-7, 170) With Game-Winning 32-Yard Field Goal With No Time Left In Huge 46-43 UPSET Victory, KICKER Caleb Dowden (5-11, 174) With Game-Winning 38-Yard Field Goal In The Third Overtime In Huge 36-33 Victory, KICKOFF RETURN MAN Mykael Wright (5-11, 185, 4.44, 32, 4.18) With 144-Yards In Kickoff Returns and 1 TD Including a 100-Yard Kickoff Return For a TD, DT/NG Bravvion Roy (6-2, 333, 4.87) With 1 TFL and a Blocked Field Goal Attempt With 3:30 Left in The Game and a 17-14 Victory, and KICKOFF RETURN MAN Giles Jackson (5-10, 188, 4.36, 38, 3.85) With 125-Yards In Kickoff Returns and 1 TD Including a 97-Yard Opening Kickoff Return For a TD.  

#1 RUNNING BACK
A.J. DILLON – BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES

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The Boston College Eagles Super-Star Running Back A.J. Dillon (#2) Helped The  Eagles To Break A School Record With an Amazing 691-Yards of Total Offense. They Recorded an Incredible 496-Yards Rushing and Averaged Another Incredible 9.2-Yards Per Play.

Boston College (5-4, 3-3, ACC) Set The 691-Yard School Offensive Record as They Rushed For 496-Yards and The 496-Yards Rushing, by The Eagles Was The Most Rushing Yardage That The Syracuse Orangemen Have Ever Allowed In Their School History. It Was Just 22-Yards off of The Eagles School Record That Was Set 46-Years Ago Against U-Mass.

In The 58-27 Victory Over The Syracuse Orangemen, Dillon (6-0, 250, 4.41, 39, 4.29, 128, 20 Reps, 10.9 100-Meters) Also Averaged 6.9-Yards Per Touch as He Recorded 35 Rushing Attempts For His Incredible 242-Yards Rushing and 3 Touchdowns. Teammate and Sophomore CO-MVP Running Back David Bailey (6-1, 240, 4.52) Also Recorded a Career-High 172-Yards Rushing, and 2 Touchdowns on 16 Carries, As The Two CO-MVP Bruising Running Backs Had Their Own Way on The Football Field.

Before The Game, Dillon Was Ranked Fourth in The Country With 1,044-Yards In Rushing Yards and Rushing Yards Per Game (130.5) for a Boston College Offense That was averaging 255.6-Yards Per Game. Now, Dillon Has 1,286-Yards Rushing and 13 Touchdowns, After His First Nine Games in 2019.

Dillon is an Unbelievable Running Back Freak. He Weighs 250-Pounds and He Has Recorded a 39-Inch Vertical Jump and an Incredible 4.29 in The Pro-Shuttle and That is Not All, because His Strength is Also Unbelievable.

In High School, Dillon Was a Really Great Running Back For Lawrence Academy in Massachusetts. He Was Injured For Part of His Senior Season, but as a Junior, he Rushed for 1,887-Yards and 26 Touchdowns and Averaged 10.9-Yards Per Carry. In That Junior Season, Dillon Also Led Lawrence Academy to The 2015 ISL and Wayne Sanborn State Championships.

Dillon Weighed Several Scholarship Opportunities Including Michigan, Florida State, Notre Dame, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Of Course Boston College, Before Deciding on The Boston College Eagles.

If You Consider The Outstanding Measurements That A.J. Dillon Recorded in 2016 in High School, You Will Understand Why With His Physical, Muscle-Bound  Stature and Freakish Athletic Traits, There Were Observers and Scouts Who Believed in His Ability To Become a Great Linebacker in College.

Dillon Was Invited To Two National Super Combines in High School and He Won Both Combines With THE BEST #1 SPARQ RATING, but There Was Also a Huge Discrimination With His Forty Timings With a 4.62 and a 4.56 Clocking. Dillon Also Had Some Incredible Strength Measurables With a 505-Pound Dead-lift, a 585-Pound-Squat, and a 375-Pound Bench Press.

THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM

When I Was With THE DALLAS COWBOYS in 1075-76, We Had a Player Rating System That We Used in 1976 For The 1977 NFL Draft and That Rating System Was Used To-Conclude That Tony Dorsett Was Our #1 Player in 1976 For The 1977 NFL Draft. Then When I Left The Cowboys in 1976, I Founded a Similar Player Rating System, That Was Based on All of The Measurables of The Player and I Called it: THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM or THE MEARS RATING. I Have Tweaked My MEARS RATING SYSTEM Several Times, Giving Higher or Lower Value Ratings For Different Positions.

Although I developed my Rating System, when I left The Cowboys, I did not Start using The Rating System until 2001, when NIKE SPORTS Developed a similar Rating System and called it the SPARQ RATING SYSTEM. I then decided to bring back my Rating System and I called it The MAX EMFINGER ASSET RATING SYSTEM or MEARS RATING.

ASSET Stands For Agility, Strength, Stamina, Explosiveness, and Technique. These are the Essential Tools for a Superior Athletic Performance in any Competitive Sport or Event. This New MEARS RATING SYSTEM or a Similar Rating System, Identifies Overall Athletic Ability, and it can be used by Top College and Pro Coaches around the country as a Great Initial Indicator of The Great Athletic Potential on the Football Field.

THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM, or a Similar Type Rating System, is Also Very Important for The NFL Scouts, and the NFL Scouting Combine is The First Time That Really “Accurate Measurables” are Recorded on These Future NFL Players Before Their NFL Draft. It is Very Easy To say That Someone Can Run a 4.4 or a 4.3 Forty, but before an Accurate Hand-Held Timing by a Professional Talent Scout or Either by a Slower, but Accurate Laser Timing is Done, Most Forty Times Are Less Than Accurate.

Most High School and College Football Players Do Not Even Know What Their Measurables Are and You Would Think That They Would Know, But They Do Not. Many Times, a High School Football Player or a College Football Player Will List what he thinks is His Best Forty-Yard Dash Time as a 4.8 and Then Twenty Minutes Later He Will-Run a 4.6 Forty or better. 

THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM – WORLD RECORDS

YEAR       PLAYER                      Ht   Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS  2010 – OT Trent Williams OU – (6-5, 315, 4.71, 34.5, 4.51, 113, 23)   –  2,515
2011 – WR Julio Jones ALA     – (6-3, 220, 4.39, 38.5, 4.25, 135, 17)  – 2,545
2011 – CB Patrick Peterson LSU – (6-0, 219, 4.31, 4.07, 38, 126, 15) – 2,548
2011 – QB Cam Newton  Auburn – (6-5, 248, 4.46, 35, 4.18, 126)       – 2,570
2012 – QB Robert Griffin Baylor – (6-2, 223, 4.33, 39, 4.18, 120)       – 2,626
2014 – DE Jad Clowney S Car     – (6-5, 266, 4.51, 378, 4.43, 124, 21) – 2,657
2015 – CB Byron Jones U-Conn – (6-1, 199, 4.38, 44.5, 3.94, 147, 18) – 2,743
2015 – LB Vic Beasley Clemson – (6-3, 246, 4.53, 41, 4.15, 130, 35)     – 2,792
2018 – RB Saquon Barkley PSU  – (6-0, 233, 4.37, 41, 4.24, 132, 29)   – 2,986
2018 – QB Lamar Jackson Louis – (6-3, 216, 4.32, 38, 4.0, 126)            – 2,982
2018 – CB Denzel Ward Ohio St   – (5-11, 191, 4.23, 40, 3.88, 131, 15)  – 2,957
2018 – DE Bradley Chubb NC St  – (6-4, 269, 4.62, 36, 4.34, 121, 24)  – 2,828
2019 – TE Tony Fant Iowa              – (6-4, 247, 4.5, 39.5, 4.22, 127, 20) – 2,827

PAST SUPER MEARS RATINGS WITH 2019 TWEAKED MEARS RATING NEW STANDARDS!

2015 – CB Byron Jones U-Conn – (6-1, 199, 4.38, 44.5, 3.94, 147, 18) – 2,973
2015 – LB Vic Beasley Clemson – (6-3, 246, 4.53, 41, 4.15, 130, 35)     – 2,972
2018 – RB Saquon Barkley PSU  – (6-0, 233, 4.37, 41, 4.24, 132, 29)  – 2,986
2018 – QB Lamar Jackson Louis – (6-3, 216, 4.32, 38, 4.0, 126)            – 2,982
2018 – CB Denzel Ward Ohio St   – (5-11, 191, 4.23, 40, 3.88, 131, 15)  – 2,957

WEEK #10 SUPER SIX OFFENSIVE MVP’S

2020 – WR Antonio Gibson Mem(6-2, 221, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 128, 20)      – 2,832
2021 – RB A.J. Dillon B College – (6-0, 250, 4.42, 39, 4.29, 128, 20)     – 2,850
2021 – RB Travis Etienne Clem    (5-10, 210, 4.33, 39, 4.13, 128, 20)    – 2,870
2021 – RB Kylin Hill Miss State     (5-11, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 128, 20)   –  2,840
2022 – RB Chuba Hubbard Ok St  (6-1, 207, 4.28, 39, 4.12, 124, 20)     – 2,865
2023 – RB Isaiah Spiller  A&M       (6-1, 220, 4.42, 36, 4.21, 126, 20)    – 2,820

2019 RECRUITING ALL-AMERICAN MEARS RATINGS

PLAYER                                            Ht   Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
O-LB Owen Pappoe Auburn         (6-1, 209, 4.47, 40, 4.0, 122, 20)        2,900
S-DE Zacch Pickins S Carolina    (6-4, 293, 4.76, 32, 4.32, 118, 20)      2,856
R-DE Kayvon Thibodeaux Ore    (6-5, 242, 4.53, 30, 4.3, 120, 30)        2,854
R-DE Antonio Alfano Alabama   (6-4, 285, 4.72, 38, 4.27, 118, 30)       2,850
FS      Daxton Hill Michigan          (6-1, 187, 4.3, 43-5, 4.13, 129, 10)       2,850
R-DE Nolan Smith Georgia           (6-3, 234, 4.51, 40, 4.15, 118, 30)       2,848
RB      Jerrion Ealy Ole Miss          (5-9, 192, 4.3, 37, 4.1, 126)                   2,846
CB      Kenyatta Watson Texas      (6-2, 183, 4.42, 45-5, 4.12, 128)          2,846
CB      Jeff Carter Alabama            (6-0, 182, 4.36, 40-5, 4.22, 128, 10)   2,844
RB      John Emery  LSU                 (6-0, 211, 4.32, 40-5, 4.2, 132, 20)      2,842
R-DE Zach Harrison Ohio State (6-6, 244, 4.62, 37-5, 4.45, 118, 30)   2,838 
CB      Derek Stingley  LSU             (6-1, 199, 4.3, 42, 4.19, 132, 10)          2,838
WR     Frank Ladson Clemson      (6-3, 195, 4.32, 39, 4.12, 128, 10)       2,830
WR     Jadon Haselwood OU         (6-2, 208, 4.45, 38, 4.25, 126)             2,822
QB      John Plumlee Ole Miss       (6-1, 185, 4.37, 38, 4.12, 120)              2,820
RB      Isaiah Spiller  A&M             (6-1, 220, 4.42, 36, 4.21, 126, 20)       2,820 

Although THE SPARQ RATING SYSTEM Became Popular, It Still Had Some Major Flaws, Because THE SPARQ RATING SYSTEM Was Not Originally Based on a Position By The Player, But on His Weight. If The Rating System is not Based on The Position of the Player, then how are you going to Decide who The Best Player is at That Position or Any Position? If THE RATING SYSTEM is based on the Player Position, Then You Will Know Exactly How He Relates To Other Players at His Position.

So, If You Only Have One Draft Choice or One Scholarship left, THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM Will Give You The Highest Rated Players Regardless Their  Position. To-Get This MEARS RATING, You Will Get More Player Information, Including Height, Weight, Forty, Vertical Jump, Pro-Shuttle, Standing Broad Jump, and 185-Pound Bench Press Reps for High School Football Players and 225-Pound Bench Press Reps for College Football Players are put into The Formula and all of this is Based upon The Standard for His Position. 

The Seemingly Accurate Forty Timing For Dillon by The NFL Scouts is a 4.43 Forty, but After Watching His Boston College Freshman Game Film Against The Louisville Cardinals, I Believe That Dillon Might be Even Faster Than a 4.42. In Fact, After Watching This Highlight Game Film Against The Syracuse Orangemen, I Think That A.J. Dillon Was The Fastest Player on The Field in Both The Louisville Cardinals Game in 2017 and Also The Syracuse Orangemen Game, as a Freshman in 2017 and After Evaluating Him in These Two Game Films, I Have Given Him a 4.42 in The Forty.

Also In The 2017 Louisville Cardinals Game, There Was an Unbelievable Play That Was One of The Most Unusual Plays That I Have Ever Seen, by a Running Back. On This Play, in The Seventh Game of The Season, Freshman Dillon Got His First Start and he Got The Hand-Off, went into The Line, and Then A Couple Seconds Later, He Came-Out of a Crowded Cluster of Cardinal Defenders and Headed Down The Left Sideline, but There Was a Problem.

The Problem Was That There Was a Cardinal Defender Hanging On-To Him. “All That I Can Remember is That I Wanted to get Him Off Of-Me,” Dillon Said of The Louisville Defender And He Literally Threw The Louisville Defender To The Ground on His Way To a 75-Yard Touchdown Run. “And I Also Wanted To-Get Around That Corner.”

If You Watch This Video, You Will See The True Freshman Running Back A.J. Dillon in his First Boston College Career Start in 2017, Looking Like a Senior All-American, and a Man Among Boys. Dillon Reminds Me of My Good Friend and The Former LSU Tigers Running Back Leonard Fournette (6-0, 245, 4.51), Who Was a 245-Pound Running Back With Immense Terror, as He Tossed Defenders Aside Like Little Rag Dolls on His Way To-Scoring a Touchdown on a Long Touchdown Run.

Dillon is a Chiseled Football Player with 8 Per-Cent Body Fat. He Once Set a New England High School Record for The 100-Meter Dash, but The Amazing Thing About This Feat Was That He Never Trained For it, But He Just  Thought “What The Heck”, Let Me See how fast I can run it.

Dillon Did Not Start as a True Freshman in 2017 Until The Middle of October, but He Still Rushed For 1,589-Yards and 14 Touchdowns and He Received The ACC Rookie of The Year Award and Also The ACC Offensive Rookie of The Year Award. He Also Was The First The Boston College Player To-Receive Either Award. His 1,589-Yards Rushing Was Seventh in The Country and Second in The Country For a Freshman. Dillon Was Also Awarded The 79th Annual George “Bulger” Lowe Award as The New England Heisman Trophy Award” and One of America’s Oldest College Football Awards.

Dillon Was Also Awarded as The Football Writers of America (FWAA) Freshman All-American and The ESPN Freshman All-American Team and He Was The First Boston College Player To-Make it Since Linebacker Luke Kuechly in 2009. Dillon Was Also Tied For The Most ACC Votes With Former Heisman Trophy Winner, Lamar Jackson En Route to The First Team All-ACC Honors.

In 2018, as a Sophomore, Dillon Was Selected Again To The All-ACC First Team And He Rushed For 1,108-Yards and 10 Touchdowns. He Also Was The First Boston College Eagles Player in History To-Rush For Over 1,000-Yards In Each of his First Two Football seasons.

Also in 2018 and 2019, Dillon Was Selected as The ACC Pre-Season Player of The Year, The 2018 Pre-Season All-American Team, by The Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, Phil Steele, Athlon Sports, and Lindy Sports, and Was Also Selected To The Doak Walker Watch List, The Maxwell Award Watch List, and The Walter Camp Football Foundation “50 Players To Watch” List Entering Both The 2018 and 2019 Football Seasons.

Without a Doubt, A.J. Dillon Was The Clear-Cut Selection as Was Awarded The ACC Running Back Offensive Player of The Week, For His Game Against The Orangemen. The Boston College Super-Star Running Back Averaged 6.9-Yards Per Touch, Which Ties His Best For The 2019 Season. A.J. Dillon is Also The Grandson of Former Notre Dame Fighting Irish Wide Receiver Tom Gatewood And The College Football Hall of Fame Inductee

#2 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK
TRAVIS ETIENNE – CLEMSON TIGERS

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If There Was Ever Another Running Back Performance That Might Have Rivaled A.J. Dillon or Chuba Hubbard, It Would Have Been The Performance of Travis Etienne (#9) of The Clemson Tigers, As He Rushed For 212-Yards and 2 Touchdowns on Only 9 Carries and Caught 1 Pass For Another 23-Yards, Giving Him 235-Yards and 2 Touchdowns of All-Purpose Yardage in The Clemson Tigers 59-14 Victory Over The Wofford Terriers. Also, Etienne Did Not Carry The Football, but One Time in The Second Half of The Game.

Etienne Was Held To Only 17-Yards on His First Four Carries on Saturday Against The Wofford Terriers, but Then He Exploded For an Amazing 190-Yards On His Next Four Carries in Setting The Clemson Tigers First-Half School Rushing Record For The Jennings, Louisiana Junior Running Back.

Etienne Finished The First Half With a Career-High 207-Yards on Only 8 Carries With A 25.9-Yards Per Carry Average as The Tigers Built-Up a 42-0 Lead Before Halftime on The FCS Wofford Terriers at Memorial Stadium.

Etienne Also Scored on Touchdown Runs of 47-Yards and 86-Yards, Giving Him 48 Career Touchdowns and Breaking The Previous Clemson Tigers First-Half School Rushing Record, and Etienne Also Broke The Clemson Tigers Previous Career Rushing Touchdown Record Held by James Davis.

Travis Etienne is The Reigning Running Back Freak of  The Atlantic Coast Conference, Along With A.J. Dillon, and Etienne Helped The Clemson Tigers, To-Put The Game Away Extremely Early With Unbelievable Touchdown Runs of 47-Yards and 86-Yards.

On His 47-Yard Touchdown Run, Etienne Just Exploded Straight To The Line of Scrimmage and Then Raced “Untouched”  Straight Down The Field 47-Yards To The End-Zone.

I Also Went-Back and Evaluated His Freshman Highlight Film in The 2017 Louisville Game Highlight Film and on One of His Plays, in That Game, Etienne Made One of The Most Sensational Running Back Plays That I Have Ever Seen in My Many Years of Evaluating Football Talent. On This Particular Play, Etienne Took a Lateral To-The-Right and Started Running and Going in That Direction, but Then He Completely Changed Directions and Was Heading Back To The Left. Then He Changed Directions Again and Was Headed Back To The Right Sideline.

Each Time That He Changed Directions, He Would “Juke” a Louisville Defender or Two and Then Head-Back To The Other Direction. Then, on His Last Direction-Change To The Left, He Saw an Opening and Streaked Down-The Left Sideline To The End-Zone.

In This Game, The Clemson Tigers, Improved Their FCS Game Program Record To a 34-0 Record and It Also Was The Clemson Tigers, Sixth Straight Victory Over The Wofford Terriers (5-3), Which Fell to a 1-21 Record Against FBS Game Football Programs.

Travis Etienne (5-10, 210, 4.33, 39, 4.13, 128, At Least 20 Reps) Has Tremendous World-Class Speed With Uncanny Quickness, Acceleration, and Explosiveness With an Unparalleled Potential To-Score A Touchdown on Every Single Time That He Touches The Football!

The Thing That is Really Confusing and Highly Controversial About The Speed Measurables of Travis Etienne is Their Accuracy. One NFL Report Lists His Best Forty Time as a 4.42 and another NFL Source Lists His Best Forty as a 4.47. If You Had Ever Evaluated Etienne on a Highlight Film or If You Ever Ran Track or Played Football, You Would Actually Know That Etienne Is The Fastest Player on The Football Field in Every Single Game That He Plays-In!

Initially, I Gave CO-MVP Etienne a 4.38 Timing in The Forty, a 38-Inch Vertical Jump, a 4.18 in The Pro-Shuttle, and a 128-Inch Standing Broad Jump; which are all Based on Speed and Athletic Ability.

On April 10, 2016, The Opening Regional Combine Tour For Really High-Profile Football Recruits Made a Stop in New Orleans, Only About Three Hours From His Home, in Jennings, and so Etienne Decided To-Take-Part In The Super Combine and As Soon As He Arrived in New Orleans, He Lined-Up To-Run A 40-Yard Dash and He Recorded a Great 4.38-Forty.

By Evaluating Etienne on His Highlight Film, and Considering His 4.38, Coming-Out of High School, I Immediately Updated His Best Forty Time To a 4.33 Off Of His Highlight Film. This Forty Instantly Shifted Etienne From a Small-Town Phenom To The Player That Every College in America Wanted!

The Actual Difference Between Real Speed and Football Speed Might Be Two Different Speeds and That is Why Some of The Fastest Athletes in The Country Do Not Make Great Players on The Gridiron, but in Some Cases, and Especially in The Case of Etienne, They Have Become Exceptional Football Players. One Example Would Be Olympic Gold Medalist and World-Class Sprinter Bob Hayes Who Might Have Run The Fastest Forty Ever Run.

When a Player, Like Travis Etienne, Combines The Great Speed and The Great Athletic Ability, a Truly Gifted and Exceptional Football Playmaker is Born. 

Etienne Just Became The First Player In Clemson Tigers School History To Have Three 200-Yard Rushing Games in a Career and He Continued That With His Recent Game and He Also Has Recorded Four Consecutive 100-Yard Games and has totaled 635-Yards on 55 carries during Those Four Games and He Also Averaged an Incredible 11.5-Yards Per Carry.

The 212-Yards on Saturday Gave Etienne His Season Total of 1,214-Yards Rushing, Giving Him His Second Consecutive 1,000-Yard Rushing Season and Equaling The Former Clemson Tiger Running Back Terrence Flagler For The Least Amount of Games With Nine To-Reach The 1,000-Yards. Etienne is Now Only Three Games Shy of The Wayne Gallman Clemson Tigers School Record of 17 100-Yard Rushing Games.

The Clemson Tigers Super Sophomore Quarterback Trevor Lawrence Also Had Another Great Game as He Completed 12 of 16 Passes For 218-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Had 4 Rushes for Another 33-Yards and Another Touchdown, Giving Him 251-Yards and 4 Touchdowns in The Clemson Tigers Victory. The Great Game by Trevor Lawrence (6-6, 220, 4.66, 32, 4.33) Gave Him a Tremendous 196.6 Quarterback Rating.

#3 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK
KYLIN HILL – THE MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS

Image result for Kylin Hill Photos Against ArkansasThe Mississippi State Bulldogs Super All-Purpose Running Back Kylin Hill (#8) Was Incredible in The Game Against The Arkansas Razorbacks as he Helped The Mississippi State Bulldogs To Their 54-24 Victory.

The Bulldogs Running Attack Was Greatly Emphasized in The First Half as They Rushed For 312-Yards, Which Was More Yardage That They Had Rushed For in an Entire Single Game This Year.

Earlier in The Week, Super-Star Running Back Kylin Hill (5-11, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 128, 20) Who is The Leading Rusher in The SEC Conference Had Been Challenged by Mississippi State Bulldogs Head Coach Joe Moorhead To-Do More Rushing in The Games. In Fact, Coach Moorhead Challenged Hill To-Do So Against The Arkansas Razorbacks and He Did as he Led The Bulldogs In Their 54-24 Victory.

Before The Texas A&M Aggie Game Last Week, Hill Had Run For Only 92-Yards in The Previous Three Games and So When He Rushed For 150-Yards Against The Texas A&M Aggies, He Was Just Getting Started and Warmed-Up For The Arkansas Razorbacks.

In This Game, Hill, From Columbus, Mississippi, Rushed For a Career-High 234-Yards on 21 Carries and Three Touchdowns and He Also Caught 1 Pass for Another Yard, Giving Him 235-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and 3 Touchdowns. What Was Sensational For His 235-Yards Was That Hill Had 198-Yards in The First Half, along With His Three Touchdowns.

“Coach Had Been Pushing Me,” Hill said. “My Last Couple Games Was Not Me! I was doing too much Dancing in the Backfield. I can do it, but that’s not my kind of style. I had to get back to being More Aggressive.”

Hill Started All 11 Games That He Played-In In 2018 As a Sophomore, but a Lower-Body Injury During The Second Half of the Season Sidelined him for Home Games Against The Texas A&M Aggies and The Arkansas Razorbacks. In All of Those Games, Hill Has Flashed Some Great All-America Ability.

As a Sophomore, Hill had Three 100-Yard Games and in 2019, Hill Has Four 100-Yard Games and his Current 234-Yard Game. As a Sophomore, Hill Rushed For 734-Yards and Averaged 6.3-Yards Per Rush, which Ranked Him Sixth in The SECHill is Also On The Doak Walker Award Candidate Watch List And Also On The Maxwell Award Candidate Watch List, Along with Being On The Coaches Pre-Season All-SEC Third Team List.

Kylin Hill Signed With The Mississippi State Bulldogs As One of The Top All-Purpose Running Backs in The Country and He Entered His Junior Year in 2019 With 1,127-Yards of Career Rushing Yards and Six Rushing Touchdowns on 195 Carries and Also Another 26 Receptions and Four More Touchdowns for 214-Yards Receiving. Hill Was The Highest Rated Running Back Bulldog Signee Since Jerious Norwood in 2002.

FREE SAFETY
MARCUS MURPHY – MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS

a crowd of people watching a baseball game: Mississippi State defensive back Marcus Murphy (7) celebrates after scoring a touchdown on an interception return against Arkansas during the first half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019, in Fayetteville, Ark. (AP Photo/Michael Woods)On Saturday in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Sophomore Free Safety Marcus Murphy (#7) Got His First Starting Assignment of The Season For The Mississippi State Bulldogs And After All of The Horrible Things That He and His Bulldog Teammates Have Gone Through This Year, He Was Still Able To Have an Incredible Game in Helping Lead The Bulldogs To Victory Against The Arkansas Razorbacks as he Helped The Bulldogs In Their 54-24 Victory.

In This 54-24 Victory, Marcus Murphy Did Not Forget To Look-Up and Although Murphy Was “The Man of The Moment” He Sill Did Not Forget To Look-Up. CO-MVP Murphy Led His Team in Tackles With 8 Tackles, Including 4 Solo Tackles, but In The Second Quarter, Sophomore Free Safety Marcus Murphy Intercepted a Pass and Raced 32-Yards into The End-Zone For a Touchdown.

As Murphy (6-1, 200, 4.42, 39, 4.32) Was-Crossing The Goal-Line, He Did Not Forget To-Think of His Mom, Demetrick “Dee” Murphy, Who Unexpectedly Died on Jan. 7, 2019 at a Very Early and Young Age of 40. “I Know That My Mom is Watching-Me,” Murphy said. “That’s My Momma. She Always Guided-Me Through That Whole Process. That Whole Play.”

His Mississippi State Bulldog Teammates Chest-Bumped Him in The End-Zone and Slapped his Helmet. Then They All Headed Toward Mississippi State Bulldog Head Coach Joe Moorhead, Who Embraced Him and Even Gave him a Little Peck on The Cheek.

Marcus Murphy’s Mom Demetrick “Dee” Murphy Unexpectedly Died on January 7, 2019 and His Toddler Son, Mason Murphy, Was Diagnosed With a Genetic-Abnormality in March of 2018.

Toddler, Mason Was Born Without a Chromosome 7 and He Has Shown Signs of Myelodysplastic Syndrome, Where Red Blood Cells are Poorly Formed and Do Not Function Very Well. 

Over The Last Couple of Years, Murphy and His Girlfriend, Alicia Cherry, Have Actively Been Seeking a Bone-Marrow Transplant For Their Son. 

Through All of These Tremendous Hardships, Murphy Has Continued To-Maintain His Love and Devotion to The Mississippi State Bulldogs Football Team. His Great Game and Great Touchdown on Saturday Were The Culmination of a Lot of Tear-Jerking and Hard Work.

“Everything is Dedicated To My Mom and My Little Boy, Mason” Murphy said. “They Are My Reason Why I Am Doing Everything That I Do Today.”

“If You Had Ever Met Marcus’ Mom, She Was a Wonderful and Tremendous Person,” Moorhead said. “For Marcus Murphy To Get a Pick-Six in His First College Start and play Such a Great Game, I’m Sure That She Is Looking Down on Him and Smiling Right Now.”

Marcus Murphy Was a Football Freak at West Point High School, Mississippi as He Was Selected as The 2017 5A Mr Football in The State of Mississippi, as He Rushed For 1,819-Yards and Scored 21 Touchdowns. Murphy also Completed 50 of 86 Passes For Another 1,012-Yards and Another 9 Touchdowns.  In The Mississippi High School Athletic Association 5A State Championship Game, Marcus Murphy Helped His West Point Team To-Win The 2017 5A Mississippi State Championship as He Rushed For 226-Yards and Scored 4 Touchdowns. Murphy Was Also Selected To The 2017 Clarion Ledger Dandy Dozen Team.  

Murphy Played In The 2017 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game, and He Led His Mississippi All-Star Team With a Game-High 124-Yards Rushing and 2 Touchdowns on 13 Carries as His Mississippi All-Star Team Won a Dominating 42-7 Victory Over The Alabama All-Star Team

#4 RUNNING BACK
CHUBA HUBBARD – OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS

Image result for Chuba Hubbard Photos Against TCUThe Oklahoma State Cowboys Super-Star and TRI-MVP Running Back Chuba Hubbard (#30) Had Another Incredible Big-12 Conference Game With Another 200-Yard Rushing Game With 223-Yards Rushing and 2 Touchdowns and 1 Catch For Another 5-Yards, Giving Him 228-Yards of Total Offense in This 34-27 Big-12 Victory Over The TCU Horned Frogs. This Was His Fourth 200-Yard Rushing Performance of The 2019 Season, and It Actually Came Against a Highly Unlikely Opponent.

In This Game, Hubbard From Sherwood Park Bev Facey Community High School in Alberta, Canada, Carried The Football 20 Times for 223-Yards Against The Supposedly Great TCU Defense and He Became The First Player To-Rush For 200-Yards Against The Horned Frogs Since TCU Head Gary Patterson Took-Over as Head Football Coach in 2000. The TCU Defense Entered The Game as 15th in The Country Against The Run With a 103.7-Yards Per Game Average and Had Only Allowed 6 Rushes of 20-Yards Plus and The Incredible Hubbard Broke-Loose With a 92-Yard Run and a 62-Yard Run as He Rushed For 192-Yards in The Second Half While Rushing For 192-Yards in The Second Half in The Oklahoma State Cowboys 34-27 Victory.

Dillon Rushed 35 Times For 242-Yards Against The Syracuse Orangemen, For His Second 200-Yard Game of The Season, While Etienne Rushed-For 212-Yards With Only 9 Carries Against The Wofford Terriers in His Second 200-Yard Game of The Season. Hill Rushed 21 Times For 234-Yards Against The Arkansas Razorbacks, and Spiller Rushed 20 Times For 217-Yards Against UTSA, For Their Second 200-Yard Game of The Year.

Joining Hubbard as 200-Yard Rushers in Week #10 Games Were A.J. Dillon of The Boston College Eagles, Travis Etienne of The Clemson Tigers, Kylin Hill of The Mississippi State Bulldogs, and Isaiah Spiller of The Texas A&M Aggies.

The Super Speedy Hubbard (6-1, 207, 4.28, 29, 4.12, 124, 20) Has Rushed For At Least 100-Yards In Seven Straight Games Which is The Longest Active Rushing Streak in The Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) and His 178.2-Yard Average Per Game is #1 in The Country and Puts Him On-Pace For Him To Rush For 2,317-Yards Rushing in 13 Games. These Totals Would be The Highest Total since 2014, when Melvin Gordon For 2,587-Yards in 14 Games for The Wisconsin Badgers.

“When Chuba Gets Through There, Nobody Can Catch Him,”The Oklahoma State Cowboys Head Coach Mike Gundy said. “That Makes Him Different than other Running Back Players.”

Hubbard Was a Track Super-Star in High School as He Ran a 10.55 In The 100-Meters and He Finished 4th in The World in The 100-Meter Dash At The IAAF World Youth Championships Track Meet in Columbia. 

In The Third Quarter, Hubbard Broke On a Straight Hand-Off  “Up-The-Middle” Untouched For an Incredible 92-Yard Touchdown an It Was The Fourth-Longest Touchdown Run in The Oklahoma State Cowboys School History and The Touchdown Gave The Cowboys a 24-17 Lead.

“I Just saw The Open-Hole and Hit It,” Hubbard said. “The Offensive Line Did a Great Job, and We Had a Great Offensive Scheme. Everyone On Offense and Defense Played Their Butts-Off and it all just came together.”

Hubbard Then Raced For His 62-Yard Touchdown in The Fourth Quarter and It Gave The Cowboys a 31-17 Lead on Their Way To Their 34-27 Victory.edge.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys Sophomore Strong Safety and Weekly TRI-MVP Kolby Harvell-Peel (6-0, 210, 4.52) Was One of The Super-Stars on The Cowboys Defense as He Recorded 5 Solo Tackles, Had 2 Interceptions, 1 Forced Fumble, and 2 Pass Breakups.

Oklahoma State Cowboys Running Back Chuba Hubbard Was Awarded The Big-12 Conference Offensive Player of The Week while Strong Safety Kolby Harvell-Peel Was Was Awarded The Big-12 Conference Defensive Player of The Week.

SPECIAL TEAMS DEFENSIVE PLAYER
BRAVVION ROY –
BAYLOR BEARS

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The Baylor Bears Senior Defensive Nose-Tackle Bravvion Roy (#99) Was Awarded The Big-12 Conference Special Teams Defensive Player of The Week as He Recorded 2 Solo Tackles, 1 TFL, and He Blocked a 48-Yard Winning Field Goal Attempt With 3:30 Left in The Game As The Baylor Bears Stayed Un-Defeated With a 17-14 Victory Over The West Virginia Mountaineers.

TRI-MVP Roy (6-2, 333, 4.87) Came-Up with His First Blocked Kick of The Year, with 3:33 Left in The Fourth Quarter That Would have Tied The Crucial Big-12 Conference Game at 17-17. The 48-Yard Field Goal Blocked Attempt Was the Second Blocked Kick of His Career.

TRI-MVP Hubbard Picked-Up His Third Big-12 Conference Offensive Player of The Season Award, While TRI-MVP Harvell-Peel Picked-Up His Second Award and Roy Picked-Up His First Award. 

#5 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK
ISAIAH SPILLER – TEXAS A&M AGGIES

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The Texas A&M Aggie True Freshman Isaiah Spiller (#28) Was Sensational on Saturday Against UTSA as He Rushed For His First Career 200-Yard Game As He Recorded 217-Yards Rushing on 20 Carries and He Scored Three Touchdowns. Spiller Also Caught One Pass For Another 7-Yards, Giving Him 224-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage in The 45-14 Victory.

This 200-Yard Game For Spiller Was His First 200-Yard Game of The Season, After Having Two Previous 100-Yard Games. This Game Was His Greatest of His Young Texas A&M Aggie Career, but The Aggies fell behind Early in The First Quarter and They Needed Some Really Quick Help, To-Get Back Into The Game and Freshman Spiller Obliged His Aggie Teammates.

Spiller, From Klein High School, Accommodated His Aggie Teammates as He Immediately Ran For a 60-Yard Touchdown on The Very First Play of The Next Drive After They Fell Behind, but The 60-Yard Touchdown Run Helped Pave-The-Way for The Texas A&M Aggie 45-14 Victory.

“When You Hit Those “One-Play-Touchdown-Drives” it Demoralizes People. It does,” said Texas A&M Aggie Head Coach Jimbo Fisher. “It takes The Heart Out of Guys on The Other Team.”

“It takes a Mature Team to Bounce-Back from That and On Offense, it Gives you That Great Adrenaline.”

Isaiah Spiller (6-1, 220, 4.44, 36, 4.26) Set Season and Career Highs with His 217-Yards Rushing and Three Touchdowns and He Led to lead The Texas A&M Aggies to Their Third Straight Victory and it Made The Aggies them Bowl Eligible For Their 11th Consecutive Football Season.

The Aggies (6-3) were up by 14 Points When another 50-Yard Touchdown Run by Spiller Gave Them a 28-7 Lead Early in The Third Quarter. Spiller Then Another Great Lead on an 8-Yard Touchdown Run Later in The Third Quarter on a Touchdown Drive Where he Also Had a 42-Yard Run.

“Spiller Was Our Catalyst Today,” Coach Fisher said. “He’s Growing Each and Every Day.”

Isaiah Spiller is The Fourth Texas A&M Aggie Freshman in School History y To-Run for at Least 200-Yards and The Second Texas A&M Aggie Freshman n To-Run for Three Touchdowns in a Single Game.

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College Football Weekly MVP – Week #10 – FAB 3 – AP/WR Antonio Gibson, RB A.J. Dillon, and AP/RB Travis Etienne! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

College Football Weekly MVP – Week #10!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Image result for College Football MVP Logo Photos2019 COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEKLY MVP WEEK #10
TOP 12 DUAL QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #10
SUPER 17 ALL-PURPOSE RB/WR/KR MVP’S WEEK #10
FAB 5 ALL-PURPOSE WIDE RECEIVERS WEEK #10
SUPER ELITE TOP 12 DEFENSIVE MVP’S – WEEK #10
NIFTY 9 SUPER CORNERBACK MVP’S  – WEEK #10
FAB 5 SPECIAL TEAM MVP’S – WEEK #10

MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

Through The First Nine Weeks of The 2019 Season, There Were Some Huge Changes In The Heisman Trophy Favorites! After Week #8, According to The Caesars Sportbook The Top Six Were: QB Joe Burrow, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Jalen Hurts, RB Jonathan Taylor, QB Justin Fields, and WR CeeDee Lamb; While QB Sam Ehlinger and QB Justin Herbert Were Other Heisman Trophy Candidates. After Nine Games, The Top Seven Heisman Trophy Candidates Were QB Joe Burrow, QB Jalen Hurts, DE Chase Young, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Justin Fields, AP/RB J.K. Dobbins, and QB Justin Herbert.

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WEEK #10 TOP NINE MVP’S

OFFENSE

AP/WR/KO Antonio Gibson (6-2, 221, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 128, At Least 20 Reps) of THE MEMPHIS STATE TIGERS With 386-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD, Including a 97-Yard Kickoff Return For a TD. RB A.J. Dillon (6-0, 250, 4.42, 39, 4.29, 128, At Least 30 Reps) of THE BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES With a Great  242-Yards Rushing and 3 TD.

AP/RB Travis Etienne (5-10, 210, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, At Least 20) of THE CLEMSON TIGERS With 235-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD and AP/RB Kylin Hill (5-11, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 128, 20 Reps) of THE MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS With 235-Yards and 3 TD.

AP/RB Chuba Hubbard (6-1, 207, 4.28, 39, 4.12, 128, 20) of THE OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS With 228-Yards and 2 TD and AP/RB Isaiah Spiller (6-1, 220, 4.42, 36, 4.26, 126, 20) of THE TEXAS A&M AGGIES With 224-Yards and 3 TD.

DEFENSE

EDGE RUSH DE  Gregory Rousseau (6-6, 260, 4.52, 34, 4.32) of THE MIAMI HURRICANES With An Incredible 4 Sacks, 5 TFL, and 12 Sacks For The Season.

OLB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (6-2, 216, 4.52, 39, 4.28) of THE NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH With 3 Sacks and 1 Fumble Recovery.

CB Bryce Thompson (5-11, 181, 4.33) of THE TENNESSEE VOLS With 3 Interceptions.

SIDEBAR I: Week #10 TOP 13 DUAL/QUARTERBACK MVP’S INCLUDE: Dual/QB Geremy Hickbotton (6-4, 210, 4.58, 38, 4.3) With 268-Yards Passing and 2 TD and Another 185-Yards Rushing and 2 More TD, Giving Him an Incredible 453-Yards of Total Offense, 4 TD, and a Great 196.1 QB Rating, Dual/QB Ladarius Skelton (6-2, 210, 4.56) With 198-Yards Passing and 2 TD and Another 238-Yards Rushing and 2 More TD, Giving Him an Incredible 436-Yards of Total Offense, 4 TD, and a 156.9 QB Rating, Dual/QB Ian Book (6-0, 212, 4.72) With 386-Yards, 3 TD, and a 171.1 QB Rating, Dual/QB Bo Nix (6-2, 207, 4.52) With 360-Yards, 1 TD, and a 133.1.7 QB RatingDual/QB Brady White (6-3, 215, 4.76) With 350-Yards, 1 TD, and a 176.7 QB Rating, Dual/QB Jamie Newman (6-4, 230. 4.52) With 317-Yards, 5 TD, and a 155,3 QB Rating, Dual/QB Dillon Gabriel (6-0, 186, 4.72) With 316-Yards, 4 TD, and a 186.4 QB Rating, Dual/QB Charlie Brewer (6-1, 206, 4.72) With 302-Yards, 2 TD, and a 191.8 QB Rating, Dual/QB Jake Fromm (6-2, 220, 4.72, 28, 4.42) With 291-Yards, 2 TD, and a 166.8 QB Rating, Dual/QB Tyler Huntley (6-1, 205, 4.62, 34, 4.3) With 290-Yards, 2 TD, and a 177.2 QB Rating, Dual/QB/RB Malcolm Perry (5-9, 190, 4.36) With 273-Yards, 3 TD, and a 336.0 QB Rating,  and Dual/QB Trevor Lawrence (6-6, 220, 4.66, 32, 4.33) With 251-Yards, 4 TD, and a 196.6 QB Rating, and Dual/QB Skylar Thompson (6-2, 212, 4.56) With 332-Yards, 3 TD, and a 214.8 QB Rating.

SIDEBAR II: Week #10 SUPER 17 ALL-PURPOSE/RUNNING BACK MVP’S INCLUDE: RB A.J. Dillon (6-0, 250, 4.42, 39, 4.29) With an Incredible 242-Yards Rushing and 3 TD, AP/RB Travis Etienne (5-10, 210, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, At Least 20) With 235-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD, AP/RB Kylin Hill (5-11, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13) With 235-Yards and 3 TD, AP/RB Chuba Hubbard (6-1, 207, 4.3, 29, 4.12) With 228-Yards and 2 TD, AP/RB Isaiah Spiller (6-1, 220, 4.44, 36, 4.26) With 224-Yards and 3 TD, AP/RB Marcel Murray (6-0, 197, 4.44) With 199-Yards and 3 TD, AP/RB Lupini Katoa (6-1, 210, 4.42, 36, 4.22) With 191-Yards, FB Aundre Carter (5-10, 241, 4.52) With 179-Yards Rushing and 2 TD, RB Josh Davis (5-9, 195, 4.41 38, 4.21, 11.01 100-Meters) With 177-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, RB David Bailey (6-1, 240, 4.52) With 172-Yards and 2 TD, AP/RB Levante Bellamy (5-10, 190, 4.3, 40, 4.11) With 168-Yards and 3 TD, AP/RB Stephon Huderson (5-10, 190, 4.42, 38, 4.2) With 165-Yards and 1 TD, AP/RB Wesley Kennedy III (5-10, 180, 4,33, 38, 4.1) With 160-Yards and 2 TD, AP/RB Tyray Devezin (5-9, 233, 4.52, 38, 4.22) With 156-Yards and 4 TD, RB Geno Hess (5-8, 209, 4.44, 36, 4.2) With 156-Yards and 2 TD, AP/RB Michael Warren II (5-11, 222, 4.44, 34, 4.2, 11.2 100 Meters) With 152-Yards and 3 TD, and AP/RB George Holani (5-11, 192, 4.42, 36, 4.2) With 145-Yards, 4 TD, and Game-Winning TD With 1:35 Left in The Game.

SIDEBAR III: Week #10 FAB 5 ALL-PURPOSE/WIDE RECEIVER MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/WR/KO Antonio Gibson (6-2, 221, 4.41, 36, 4.2) With An Incredible 386-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD, Including a 97-Yard Kickoff Return For a TD, AP/WR David Durden (6-2, 197, 4.46) With 157-Yards, AP/WR John Hightower (6-2, 183, 4.33, 38, 4.12) With 149-Yards, AP/WR Damonte Coxie (6-3, 197, 4.42) With 145-Yards and 2 TD, and AP/WR/KO Giles Jackson (5-10, 188, 4.36, 38, 3.85) With 125-Yards and 1 TD Including a 97-Yard Opening Kickoff Return For a TD. 

SIDEBAR IV: Week #10 SUPER ELITE TOP 12 DEFENSIVE MVP’S MINUS CORNERBACKS Include: EDGE RUSH DE  Gregory Rousseau (6-6, 260, 4.52, 34, 4.32) With An Incredible 4 Sacks, 5 TFL, and 12 Sacks For The Season, EDGE RUSH DE Jalil Clemons (6-3, 240, 4.86) With 2 Sacks, STRONG DE Brendon Hayes (6-3, 293, 5.02) With 2 Sacks and 2 Quarterback Hurries, DT/NG Trey Dishon (6-3, 311, 5.12) With 4 Solo Tackles and 2 Sacks, and DT/NG Bravvion Roy (6-2, 333, 4.87) With 1 TFL and a Blocked Field Goal Attempt With 3:30 Left in The Game and a 17-14 Victory. OLB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (6-2, 216, 4.52, 39, 4.28) With 3 Sacks and 1 Fumble Recovery, OLB Josh Uche (6-2, 250, 4.52) With 3 Solo Tackles and 2 Sacks, and MLB Dele’ Harding (6-2, 230, 4.62) With 12 Tackles, 1 Forced Fumble, and 1 Interception For a 54-Yard Touchdown. SS Kolby Harvell-Peel (6-0, 210, 4.52) With 5 Solo Tackles, 2 Interceptions, and 1 Fumble Recovery, SS Brady Breeze (6-0, 196, 4.38) With 1 Interception and 1 Fumble Recovery for a 32-Yard Touchdown, SS Josh Metellus (6-0, 218, 4.44) With 1 Interception and 2 TFL, and FS P.J. Hall (5-11, 190, 4.44) With 1 TFL and 2 Forced Forced Fumbles.

SIDEBAR V: Week #10 NIFTY 9 CORNERBACK DEFENSIVE MVP’S: CB Bryce Thompson (5-11, 181, 4.33) With 3 Interceptions, CB Amari Henderson (6-1, 180, 4.33, 38, 4.1) With 2 Interceptions and 1 TFL, CB Myles Jones (6-4, 185, 4.44) With 2 Interceptions, CB Avery Williams (5-9, 198, 4.42, 36, 4.22) With 7 Solo Tackles and 1 Interception Return for 66-Yards and a Touchdown, CB Jaylon Johnson (6-0, 195, 4.38, 38, 4.12) With 3 Solo Tackles and 1 Interception and a 39-Yard TD, CB Ahmad Gardner (6-2, 185, 4.42) With 3 Solo Tackles, 2 Pass Breakups, and 1 Interception Return for 62-Yards and a Touchdown, CB Nate Hobbs (6-0, 190, 4.36, 38, 4.16) With 1 Forced Fumble and 1 Recovered Fumble for 36-Yards and a Touchdown, CB Willie Langham (6-1, 185, 4.42, 36, 4.21) With 3 Solo Tackles and 1 Recovered Fumble For a 13-Yard Touchdown With 1:52 Left in The First Half, 2 Interceptions, Including a 67-Yard Interception For TD With 1:14 Left in The Game, and CB Roney Elam (6-2, 195, 4.44) 1 Sack and 1 interception.

SIDEBAR VI: Week #10 FAB 5 SPECIAL TEAMS/KICKER/PUNTER MVP’S Include: KICKER Sam Crosa (5-7, 170) With Game-Winning 32-Yard Field Goal With No Time Left In Huge 46-43 UPSET Victory, KICKER Caleb Dowden (5-11, 174) With Game-Winning 38-Yard Field Goal In The Third Overtime In Huge 36-33 Victory, KICKOFF RETURN MAN Mykael Wright (5-11, 185, 4.44, 32, 4.18) With 144-Yards In Kickoff Returns and 1 TD Including a 100-Yard Kickoff Return For a TD, DT/NG Bravvion Roy (6-2, 333, 4.87) With 1 TFL and a Blocked Field Goal Attempt With 3:30 Left in The Game and a 17-14 Victory, and KICKOFF RETURN MAN Giles Jackson (5-10, 188, 4.36, 38, 3.85) With 125-Yards In Kickoff Returns and 1 TD Including a 97-Yard Opening Kickoff Return For a TD.  

WEEK #10 SUPER SIX OFFENSIVE MVP’S

#1 ALL-PURPOSE WIDE RECEIVER/KICK-RETURNER
ANTONIO GIBSON – MEMPHIS STATE

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The Memphis Tigers Antonio Gibson (#14) Has Just Recorded One of The Most Incredible Games in The History of College Football and In The Process, He Also Recorded a Memphis State Tigers School Record With an Amazing and Mind-Boggling Total of 386-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and 3 Touchdowns. In Breaking This School Record of 386-Yards, Gibson Helped The #24 Tigers To Defeat The #15 SMU Mustangs By a 54-48 Score In The American Athletic Conference Western Division. This Huge Game Was Probably The Biggest Game in The Memphis Tigers Football History and Also In The American Athletic Conference Western Division.  

The Memphis Tigers (8-1, 4-1 AAC) Gave The SMU Mustangs Their First Loss of The Season and Placed The Memphis Tigers at The Top of The American Athletic Conference Western Division.

In Setting The Memphis State School Record For All-Purpose Yardage, Gibson (6-2, 221, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 128, 20) Also Set The American Athletic Conference Record With His 386-All-Purpose Yards and He Became The First AFC Player In the 2019 Football Season To-Score Touchdowns in Three Different Categories in The Victory Over The SMU Mustangs.

In This Game, Gibson Rushed for 97-Yards, Including a Beautiful and Unbelievable 78-Yard Touchdown Run, Had 6 Incredible Pass-Catches For 130-Yards, Including a 50-Yard Touchdown, and To top All of This, Gibson Returned The Second-Half Kickoff 97-Yards For another Unbelievable Touchdown, Giving Him a Mind-Boggling 386-Yards and 3 Touchdowns.

The Walter Camp Football Foundation Has Announced That Memphis Tigers Wide Receiver and All-Purpose Back, Antonio Gibson, Has Been Chosen as  The Walter Camp all Offensive Player of The Week For Week #10 In His  Incredible Game Performance Against The SMU Mustangs.

Gibson is The Second Memphis Football Player To Earn The Walter Camp Football Offensive Player of The Week Honors Since 2004, Joining Riley Ferguson, Who Won The Award on September. 17, 2017. Gibson is Also The Fourth American Athletic Conference Player To Earn The Walter Camp Football Offensive Player of The Week Honor in 2019, Joining The Central Florida Knights Quarterback Dillon Gabriel, SMU Mustangs Wide Receiver James Proche and SMU Mustangs Quarterback Shane Buechele.

Gibson, From Stockbridge Eagles Landing, Georgia Also Was Awarded The American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of The Week. For His Game Against The SMU Mustangs.

#2 RUNNING BACK
A.J. DILLON – BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES

Image result for boston college aj dillonThe Boston College Eagles Super-Star Running Back A.J. Dillon (#2) Helped The  Eagles To Break A School Record With an Amazing 691-Yards of Total Offense. They Recorded an Incredible 496-Yards Rushing and Averaged Another Incredible 9.2-Yards Per Play.

Boston College (5-4, 3-3, ACC) Set The 691-Yard School Offensive Record as They Rushed For 496-Yards and The 496-Yards Rushing, by The Eagles Was The Most Rushing Yardage That The Syracuse Orangemen Have Ever Allowed In Their School History. It Was Just 22-Yards off of The Eagles School Record That Was Set 46-Years Ago Against U-Mass.

In The 58-27 Victory Over The Syracuse Orangemen, Dillon (6-0, 250, 4.41, 39, 4.29, 128, 20 Reps, 10.9 100-Meters) Also Averaged 6.9-Yards Per Touch as He Recorded 35 Rushing Attempts For His Incredible 242-Yards Rushing and 3 Touchdowns. Teammate and Sophomore CO-MVP Running Back David Bailey (6-1, 240, 4.52) Also Recorded a Career-High 172-Yards Rushing, and 2 Touchdowns on 16 Carries, As The Two CO-MVP Bruising Running Backs Had Their Own Way on The Football Field.

Before The Game, Dillon Was Ranked Fourth in The Country With 1,044-Yards In Rushing Yards and Rushing Yards Per Game (130.5) for a Boston College Offense That was averaging 255.6-Yards Per Game. Now, Dillon Has 1,286-Yards Rushing and 13 Touchdowns, After His First Nine Games in 2019.

Dillon is an Unbelievable Running Back Freak. He Weighs 250-Pounds and He Has Recorded a 39-Inch Vertical Jump and an Incredible 4.29 in The Pro-Shuttle and That is Not All, because His Strength is Also Unbelievable.

In High School, Dillon Was a Really Great Running Back For Lawrence Academy in Massachusetts. He Was Injured For Part of His Senior Season, but as a Junior, he Rushed for 1,887-Yards and 26 Touchdowns and Averaged 10.9-Yards Per Carry. In That Junior Season, Dillon Also Led Lawrence Academy to The 2015 ISL and Wayne Sanborn State Championships.

Dillon Weighed Several Scholarship Opportunities Including Michigan, Florida State, Notre Dame, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Of Course Boston College, Before Deciding on The Boston College Eagles.

If You Consider The Outstanding Measurements That A.J. Dillon Recorded in 2016 in High School, You Will Understand Why With His Physical, Muscle-Bound  Stature and Freakish Athletic Traits, There Were Observers and Scouts Who Believed in His Ability To Become a Great Linebacker in College.

Dillon Was Invited To Two National Super Combines in High School and He Won Both Combines With THE Best #1 SPARQ RATING, but There Was Also a Huge Discrimination With His Forty Timings With a 4.62 and a 4.56 Clocking. Dillon Also Had Some Incredible Strength Measurables With a 505-Pound Deadlift, a 585-Pound Squat, and a 375-Pound Bench Press.

THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM

When I Was With THE DALLAS COWBOYS in 1075-76, We Had a Player Rating System That We Used in 1976 For The 1977 NFL Draft and That Rating System Was Used To-Conclude That Tony Dorsett Was Our #1 Player in 1976 For The 1977 NFL Draft. Then When I Left The Cowboys in 1976, I Founded a Similar Player Rating System, That Was Based on All of The Measurables of The Player and I Called it: THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM or THE MEARS RATING. I Have Tweaked My MEARS RATING SYSTEM Several Times, Giving Higher Value Ratings For Different Positions.

THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM, or a Similar Type Rating System, is Very Important for The NFL Scouts, and the NFL Scouting Combine is The First Time That Really “Accurate Measurables” are Recorded on These Future NFL Players Before Their NFL Draft. It is Very Easy To say That Someone Can Run a 4.4 or a 4.3 Forty, but before an Accurate Hand-Held Timing by a Professional Talent Scout or Either by a Slower, but Accurate Laser Timing is Done, Most Forty Times Are Less Than Accurate.

Most High School and College Football Players Do Not Even Know What Their Measurables Are and You Would Think That They Would Know, But They Do Not. Many Times, a High School Football Player or a College Football Player Will List what he thinks is His Best Forty-Yard Dash Time as a 4.8 and Then Twenty Minutes Later He Will-Run a 4.6 Forty or better. 

THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM – WORLD RECORDS

YEAR       PLAYER                      Ht   Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS  2010 – OT Trent Williams OU – (6-5, 315, 4.71, 34.5, 4.51, 113, 23)   –  2,515
2011 – WR Julio Jones ALA     – (6-3, 220, 4.39, 38.5, 4.25, 135, 17)  – 2,545
2011 – CB Patrick Peterson LSU – (6-0, 219, 4.31, 4.07, 38, 126, 15) – 2,548
2011 – QB Cam Newton  Auburn – (6-5, 248, 4.46, 35, 4.18, 126)       – 2,570
2012 – QB Robert Griffin Baylor – (6-2, 223, 4.33, 39, 4.18, 120)       – 2,626
2014 – DE Jad Clowney S Car     – (6-5, 266, 4.51, 378, 4.43, 124, 21) – 2,657
2015 – CB Byron Jones U-Conn – (6-1, 199, 4.38, 44.5, 3.94, 147, 18) – 2,743
2015 – LB Vic Beasley Clemson – (6-3, 246, 4.53, 41, 4.15, 130, 35)     – 2,792
2018 – RB Saquon Barkley PSU  – (6-0, 233, 4.37, 41, 4.24, 132, 29)   – 2,866

PAST SUPER MEARS RATINGS WITH 2019 TWEAKED MEARS RATING NEW STANDARDS!

2015 – CB Byron Jones U-Conn – (6-1, 199, 4.38, 44.5, 3.94, 147, 18) – 2,973
2015 – LB Vic Beasley Clemson – (6-3, 246, 4.53, 41, 4.15, 130, 35)     – 2,972
2018 – RB Saquon Barkley PSU  – (6-0, 233, 4.37, 41, 4.24, 132, 29)  – 2,986

WEEK #10 SUPER SIX OFFENSIVE MVP’S

2020 – WR Antonio Gibson Mem(6-2, 221, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 128, 20)      – 2,832
2021 – RB A.J. Dillon B College – (6-0, 250, 4.42, 39, 4.29, 128, 20)     – 2,850
2021 – RB Travis Etienne Clem    (5-10, 210, 4.33, 39, 4.13, 128, 20)    – 2,870
2021 – RB Kylin Hill Miss State     (5-11, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 128, 20)   –  2,840
2022 – RB Chuba Hubbard Ok St  (6-1, 207, 4.28, 39, 4.12, 124, 20)    – 2,865
2023 – RB Isaiah Spiller  A&M       (6-1, 220, 4.42, 36, 4.26, 126, 20)   – 2,810

2019 FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN TOP MEARS

PLAYER                                            Ht   Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
O-LB Owen Pappoe Auburn     (6-1, 209, 4.47, 40, 4.0, 122, 20)            2,900
R-DE Antonio Alfano Alabama   (6-4, 285, 4.72, 38, 4.27, 118, 30)       2,850
FS      Daxton Hill Michigan      (6-1, 187, 4.3, 43-5, 4.13, 129, 10)           2,850
R-DE Nolan Smith Georgia           (6-3, 234, 4.51, 40, 4.15, 118, 30)       2,848
RB    John Emery  LSU                   (6-0, 211, 4.32, 40-5, 4.2, 132, 20)      2,842
R-DE Zach Harrison Ohio State (6-6, 244, 4.62, 37.5, 4.45, 118, 30)   2,838 
CB      Derek Stingley  LSU             (6-1, 199, 4.3, 42, 4.19, 132, 10)          2,838
WR     Frank Ladson Clemson      (6-3, 195, 4.32, 39, 4.12, 128, 10)       2,815  

Although THE SPARQ RATING SYSTEM Became Popular, It Still Had Some Flaws, Because THE SPARQ RATING SYSTEM Was Not Originally Based on a Position For a Player, But on His Weight. If The Rating System is not Based on The Position of the Player, then how are you going to Decide who The Best Player is at That Position? If the RATING SYSTEM is based on the Player Position, Then You Will Know Exactly How He Relates.

So, If You Only Have One Draft Choice or One Scholarship left, THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM Will Give You The Highest Rated Players Regardless Their  Position. To-Get This MEARS RATING, You Will Get More Player Information, Including Height, Weight, Forty, Vertical Jump, Pro-Shuttle, Standing Broad Jump, and 185-Pound Bench Press Reps for High School Football Players and 225-Pound Bench Press Reps for College Football Players are put into The Formula and all of this is Based upon The Standard for His Position. 

The Seemingly Accurate Forty Timing For Dillon by The NFL Scouts is a 4.43 Forty, but After Watching His Boston College Freshman Game Film Against The Louisville Cardinals, I Believe That Dillon Might be Even Faster Than a 4.42. In Fact, After Watching This Highlight Game Film Against The Syracuse Orangemen, I Think That A.J. Dillon Was The Fastest Player on The Field in Both The Louisville Cardinals Game in 2017 and Also The Syracuse Orangemen Game, as a Freshman in 2017 and After Evaluating Him in These Two Game Films, I Have Given Him a 4.42 in The Forty.

Also In The 2017 Louisville Cardinals Game, There Was an Unbelievable Play That Was One of The Most Unusual Plays That I Have Ever Seen, by a Running Back. On This Play, in The Seventh Game of The Season, Freshman Dillon Got His First Start and he Got The Hand-Off, went into The Line, and Then A Couple Seconds Later, He Came-Out of a Crowded Cluster of Cardinal Defenders and Headed Down The Left Sideline, but There Was a Problem.

The Problem Was That There Was a Cardinal Defender Hanging On-To Him. “All That I Can Remember is That I Wanted to get Him Off Of-Me,” Dillon Said of The Louisville Defender And He Literally Threw The Louisville Defender To The Ground on His Way To a 75-Yard Touchdown Run. “And I Also Wanted To-Get Around That Corner.”

If You Watch This Video, You Will See The True Freshman Running Back A.J. Dillon in his First Boston College Career Start in 2017, Looking Like a Senior All-American, and a Man Among Boys. Dillon Reminds Me of My Good Friend and The Former LSU Tigers Running Back Leonard Fournette (6-0, 245, 4.51), Who Was a 245-Pound Running Back With Immense Terror, as He Tossed Defenders Aside Like Little Rag Dolls on His Way To-Scoring a Touchdown on a Long Touchdown Run.

Dillon is a Chiseled Football Player with 8 Per-Cent Body Fat. He Once Set a New England High School Record for The 100-Meter Dash, but The Amazing Thing About This Feat Was That He Never Trained For it, But He Just  Thought “What The Heck”, Let Me See how fast I can run it.

Dillon Did Not Start as a True Freshman in 2017 Until The Middle of October, but He Still Rushed For 1,589-Yards and 14 Touchdowns and He Received The ACC Rookie of The Year Award and Also The ACC Offensive Rookie of The Year Award. He Also Was The First The Boston College Player To-Receive Either Award. His 1,589-Yards Rushing Was Seventh in The Country and Second in The Country For a Freshman. Dillon Was Also Awarded The 79th Annual George “Bulger” Lowe Award as The New England Heisman Trophy Award” and One of America’s Oldest College Football Awards.

Dillon Was Also Awarded as The Football Writers of America (FWAA) Freshman All-American and The ESPN Freshman All-American Team and He Was The First Boston College Player To-Make it Since Linebacker Luke Kuechly in 2009. Dillon Was Also Tied For The Most ACC Votes With Former Heisman Trophy Winner, Lamar Jackson En Route to The First Team All-ACC Honors.

In 2018, as a Sophomore, Dillon Was Selected Again To The All-ACC First Team And He Rushed For 1,108-Yards and 10 Touchdowns. He Also Was The First Boston College Eagles Player in History To-Rush For Over 1,000-Yards In Each of his First Two Football seasons.

Also in 2018 and 2019, Dillon Was Selected as The ACC Pre-Season Player of The Year, The 2018 Pre-Season All-American Team, by The Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, Phil Steele, Athlon Sports, and Lindy Sports, and Was Also Selected To The Doak Walker Watch List, The Maxwell Award Watch List, and The Walter Camp Football Foundation “50 Players To Watch” List Entering Both The 2018 and 2019 Football Seasons.

Without a Doubt, A.J. Dillon Was The Clear-Cut Selection as Was Awarded The ACC Running Back Offensive Player of The Week, For His Game Against The Syracuse Orangemen. The Boston College Eagles Super-Star Running Back Averaged 6.9-Yards Per Touch, Which Ties His Best For The 2019 Season.

A.J. Dillon is Also The Grandson of Former Notre Dame Fighting Irish Wide Receiver Tom Gatewood And College Football Hall of Fame Inductee

ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK
TRAVIS ETIENNE – CLEMSON TIGERS

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If There Was Ever Another Running Back Performance That Might Have Rivaled A.J. Dillon or Chuba Hubbard, It Probably Would Have To Be The Performance of Travis Etienne (#9) of The Clemson Tigers, As He Rushed For 212-Yards and 2 Touchdowns on Only 9 Carries and Caught 1 Pass For Another 23-Yards, Giving Him 235-Yards and 2 Touchdowns of All-Purpose Yardage in The Clemson Tigers 59-14 Victory Over The Wofford Terriers. Also, Etienne Did Not Carry The Football, but One Time in The Second Half of The Game.

Etienne Was Held To Only 17-Yards on His First Four Carries on Saturday Against The Wofford Terriers, but Then He Exploded For an Amazing 190-Yards On His Next Four Carries in Setting The Clemson Tigers First-Half School Rushing Record For The Jennings, Louisiana Junior Running Back.

Etienne Finished The First Half With a Career-High 207-Yards on Only Eight Carries With A 25.9-Yards Per Carry Average as The Clemson Tigers Built-Up a 42-0 Lead Before The Halftime on The FCS Wofford Terriers at Memorial Stadium.

Etienne Also Scored on Touchdown Runs of 47-Yards and 86-Yards, Giving Him 48 Career Touchdowns and Breaking The Previous Clemson Tigers First-Half School Rushing Record, and Etienne Also Broke The Clemson Tigers Previous Career Rushing Touchdown Record Held by James Davis.

Travis Etienne is The Reigning Running Back Freak of  The Atlantic Coast Conference, Along With A.J. Dillon, and Etienne Helped The Clemson Tigers, To-Put The Game Away Extremely Early With Unbelievable Touchdown Runs of 47-Yards and 86-Yards.

On His 47-Yard Touchdown Run, Etienne Just Exploded Straight To The Line of Scrimmage and Then Raced “Untouched”  Straight Down The Field 47-Yards To The End-Zone.

I Also Went-Back and Evaluated His Freshman Highlight Film in The 2017 Louisville Game Highlight Film and on One of His Plays, in That Game, Etienne Made One of The Most Sensational Running Back Plays That I Have Ever Seen in My Many Years of Evaluating Football Talent. On This Particular Play, Etienne Took a Lateral To-The-Right and Started Running and Going in That Direction, but Then He Completely Changed Directions and Was Heading Back To The Left. Then He Changed Directions Again and Was Headed Back To The Right Sideline.

Each Time That He Changed Directions, He Would “Juke” a Louisville Defender or Two and Then Head-Back To The Other Direction. Then, on His Last Direction-Change To The Left, He Saw an Opening and Streaked Down-The Left Sideline To The End-Zone.

In This Game, The Clemson Tigers, Improved Their FCS Game Program Record To a 34-0 Record and It Also Was The Clemson Tigers, Sixth Straight Victory Over The Wofford Terriers (5-3), Which Fell to a 1-21 Record Against FBS Game Football Programs.

Travis Etienne (5-10, 210, 4.33, 39, 4.13, 128, At Least 20 Reps) Has Tremendous World-Class Speed With Uncanny Quickness, Acceleration, and Explosiveness With an Unparalleled Potential To-Score A Touchdown on Every Single Time That He Touches The Football!

The Thing That is Really Confusing and Highly Controversial About The Speed Measurables of Travis Etienne is Their Accuracy. One NFL Report Lists His Best Forty Time as a 4.42 and another NFL Source Lists His Best Forty as a 4.47. If You Had Ever Evaluated Etienne in a Highlight Game Film or If You Ever Ran Track or Played Football, You Would Actually Know That Etienne Is The Fastest Player on The Football Field in Every Single Game That He Plays-In!

Initially, I Gave Etienne a 4.38 in The Forty, a 38-Inch Vertical Jump, a 4.18 in The Pro-Shuttle, and a 128-Inch Standing Broad Jump; which are all Based on Speed and Athletic Ability.

On April 10, 2016, The Opening Regional Combine Tour For Really High-Profile Football Recruits Made a Stop in New Orleans, Only About Three Hours From His Home, in Jennings, and so Etienne Decided To-Take-Part In The Super Combine and As Soon As He Arrived in New Orleans, He Lined-Up To-Run The 40-Yard Dash and He Recorded a Great 4.38-Forty, Coming-Out of High School.

By Evaluating Etienne on His Highlight Film, and Considering His 4.38, Coming-Out of High School, I Immediately Updated His Best Forty Time To a 4.33 Off Of His Highlight Film. This Forty Instantly Shifted Etienne From a Small-Town Phenom To The Player That Every College in The Country Wanted To-Sign.

The Actual Difference Between Real Speed and Football Speed Might Be Two Different Speeds and That is Why Some of The Fastest Athletes in The Country Do Not Make Great Players on The Gridiron, but in Some Cases, and Especially in The Case of Etienne, They Have Become Exceptional Football Players. One Example Would Be Olympic Gold Medalist and World-Class Sprinter Bob Hayes Who Might Have Run The Fastest Forty Ever Run.

When a Player, Like Travis Etienne, Combines The Great Speed and The Great Athletic Ability, a Truly Gifted and Exceptional Football Playmaker is Born. 

Etienne Just Became The First Player In Clemson Tigers School History To Have Three 200-Yard Rushing Games in a Career and He Continued That With His Recent Game and He Also Has Recorded Four Consecutive 100-Yard Games and has totaled 635-Yards on 55 carries during Those Four Games and He Also Averaged an Incredible 11.5-Yards Per Carry.

The 212-Yards on Saturday Gave Etienne His Season Total of 1,214-Yards Rushing, Giving Him His Second Consecutive 1,000-Yard Rushing Season and Equaling The Former Clemson Tiger Running Back Terrence Flagler For The Least Amount of Games With Nine To-Reach The 1,000-Yards. Etienne is Now Only Three Games Shy of The Wayne Gallman Clemson Tigers School Record of 17 100-Yard Rushing Games.

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College Football Weekly MVP’S – Week #9 RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, QB Joe Burrow, and Coach Joe Brady! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

College Football Weekly MVP’S – Week #9!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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SUPER ELITE 13 DUAL QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #9
TOP 12 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK MVP’S WEEK #9
TOP 10 ALL-PURPOSE WIDE RECEIVERS WEEK #9
SUPER ELITE TOP 30 DEFENSIVE MVP’S – WEEK #9
TOP 3 KICKER/PUNTER MVP’S – WEEK #9

MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

Through The First Nine Weeks of The 2019 Season, There Were Some Huge Changes In The Heisman Trophy Favorites! After Week #8, According to The Caesars Sportbook The Top Six Were: QB Joe Burrow, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Jalen Hurts, RB Jonathan Taylor, QB Justin Fields, and WR CeeDee Lamb; While QB Sam Ehlinger and QB Justin Herbert Were Other Heisman Trophy Candidates.

After Nine Games, The Top Seven Heisman Trophy Candidates Were QB Joe Burrow, QB Jalen Hurts, DE Chase Young, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Justin Fields, AP/RB J.K. Dobbins, and QB Justin Herbert.

SIDEBAR I: Week #9 SUPER ELITE 13 DUAL/QUARTERBACK MVP’S INCLUDE: Dual/QB Kedon Slovis (6-2, 200, 4.66) With 406-Yards, 4 TD, and a 171.1 QB Rating, Dual/QB Peyton Ramsey (6-2, 216, 4.56) With 393-Yards, 3 TD, and a 152.7 QB RatingDual/QB Joe Mancuso (6-4, 215, 4.62, 32, 4.1) With 375-Yards, 3 TD, and a 158.8 QB Rating, Dual/QB Case Cookus (6-4, 205, 4.72) With 375-Yards, 2 TD, and a 149,0 QB Rating, Dual/QB Joe Burrow (6-4, 216, 4.62) With 352-Yards, 2 TD, and a 143.5 QB Rating, Dual/QB Max Duggan (6-2, 190, 4.52) With 345-Yards, 3 TD, and a 172.3 QB RatingDual/QB J’Mar Smith (6-1, 226, 4.72) With 338-Yards, TD, and a 192.3 QB Rating, Dual/QB Chris Helbig (6-4, 218, 4.66) With 5 TD, 332-Yards, and a 214.8 QB Rating, Dual/QB Trevor Lawrence (6-6, 220, 4.62) With 317-Yards, 5 TD, and a 257.9 QB Rating, Dual/QB Kellen Mond (6-4, 225, 4.46) With 310-Yards, 5 TD, and a 202.4 QB Rating, Dual/QB Johnny Langan (6-4, 232, 4.66) With 310-Yards 3 TD, and a 179.7 QB Rating, Dual/QB/WR Lynn Bowden, Jr (6-1, 199, 4.42) With 258-Yards, and 2 TD, Dual/QB Skyler Thompson (6-2, 212, 4.56) With 252-Yards, 4 TD, and a 257.9 QB Rating.

SIDEBAR II: Week #9 TOP 12 ALL-PURPOSE/RUNNING BACK MVP’S INCLUDE:  AP/RB C.J. Verdell (5-9, 210, 4.33) With an Incredible 313-Yards and 3 Touchdowns,  AP/RB Aaron Dykes (5-11, 185, 4.32) With 260-Yards of Total Offense, Including Touchdown Runs of 100-Yards and 88-Yards,  AP/RB Elijah Dotson (6-0, 185, 4.42) With 226-Yards and 3 Touchdowns,  AP/RB J.K. Dobbins (5-10, 217, 4.42) With 221-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, AP/RB Zack Moss (5-10, 222, 4.44) With 204-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, AP/RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1) With 187-Yards and 1 Touchdown, AP/FB Jamale Carathers (5-9, 203, 4.48) With 185-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, AP/RB James Robinson (5-10, 220, 4.44) With 183-Yards and 2 TD, AP/RB/QB Cam Akers (5-11, 212, 4.42) With 171-Yards and 4 TD, RB Joshua Kelley (5-11, 219, 4.42) With 164-Yards Rushing and 4 Touchdowns,  RB Kevin Mensah (5-9, 198, 4.44) With 164-Yards and 5 Touchdowns, and RB  Tre Harbison (5-11, 215) With 158-Yards and 2 TD.

SIDEBAR III: Week #9 ELITE TOP 10 ALL-PURPOSE/WIDE RECEIVER MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/WR Avante Cox (5-10, 175, 4.42) With 255-Yards and 3 TD, AP/SLOT/WR Whop Philyor (5-11, 178, 4.38) With 180-Yards, AP/WR Antonio Gibson (6-2, 221, 4.44, 36) With 175-Yards and 1 TD, WR Jauan Jennings (6-3, 218, 4.46) With 174-Yards and 2 TD, AP/WR Sage Surratt (6-2, 215, 4.41) With 170-Yards, AP/WR Marquez Callaway (6-2, 204, 4.42) With 167-Yards and 1 TD, WR Keyston Fuller (5-11, 195, 4.46) With 161-Yards and 1 TD, WR Isaiah Weston (6-4, 208, 4.41) With 157-Yards and 2 TD, WR Michael Pittman (6-4, 225, 4.42) With 156-Yards and 2 TD, AP/WR Connor Wedington (6-0, 200, 4.38) With 150-Yards and 2 TD. 

SIDEBAR IV: Week #9 SUPER ELITE TOP 30 DEFENSIVE MVP’S Include: EDGE RUSH DE  Chase Young (6-5, 265, 4.56) With An Incredible 4 Sacks and 5 TFL, EDGE RUSH DE Jayson Oweh (6-5, 255, 4.33) With 2 Sacks and 2 Forced Fumbles, EDGE RUSH DE Leighton McCarty (6-3, 225, 4.56) With 2 Sacks, S-DE Jason Strowbridge (6-5, 285, 4.76) With 1.5 Sacks, 2.5 TFL, and 1 Fumble Recovery, S-DE Calvin Taylor, Jr (6-9, 310, 5.1) With 2 Sacks and 1 Forced Fumble, S-DE Ja’Quon Griffin (6-0, 276, 5.12) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, S-DE Milton Williams (6-4, 271, 5.02) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, S-DE Chancey Golston (6-5, 275, 4.92) With 1 Interception, 2.5 TFL, DT Marvin Wilson (6-5, 311, 4.92) With 2 Sacks and 3 TFL, DT Daviyon Nixon (6-3, 309, 4.96) With 2 Sacks, DT Marcus Brown (6-2, 302, 5.12) With 2 Sacks, DT Leki Fotu (6-5, 325, 5.05) With 1 Sack and 1.5 TFL,      MLB Monty Montgomery (5-11, 218, 4.62) With 2 Sacks, MLB Richard McBryde (6-1, 232, 4.66) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, MLB Darrell Taylor (6-4, 255, 4,52) With 2 Sacks, MLB Chazz Surratt (6-3, 230, 4.5) With Game-High 12 Tackles, 1 Sack. and Goal-Line Interception With 14 Seconds Left in Tie Game, MLB Daniel Bituli (6-3, 252, 4.72) Game-High 15 Tackles, Including 11 Solo, and 29-Yard punt Return For TD, MLB Diego Fagot (6-3, 256, 4.66) With 1 Sack and 1 17-Yard Interception For Touchdown, SS Patrick Nelson (6-0, 216, 4.46) With 2.5 Sacks, SS Jeremy Chinn (6-2, 212, 4.42) With 2 Sacks, SS Malcolm Rodriguez (6-0, 205, 4.4) With a Game-High 11 Tackles and 26-Yard Interception For Touchdown, FS  Hamsah Nasirildeen (6-4,325, 4.42) With Game-High 17 tackles, 9 Solo Tackles, and 1 Sack, FS Jacoby Stevens (6-1, 228, 4.44) With Team-High 10 Tackles and 6 Solo Tackles, CB Paulson Adebo (6-1, 190, 4.33) With 2 Interceptions, CB Daxton Hill (6-0, 190, 4.36, 38, 4.13) 2 Fumble Recoveries, CB Amik Robertson (5-9, 185, 4.38) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, CB Austin Evans (6-1, 190, 4.42) With Team-High 7 Tackles, 2 Fumble Recoveries, 1 Forced Fumble, 0.5 Sack, and 1 TFL, CB Josh Hayes (5-11, 186, 4.44) With 6 Solo Tackles and Key Interception on The 15-Yard Line With 4:55 Left and The Score Tied at 16-16 in a 23-16 Victory, CB Devin Morris (6-1, 192, 4.36, 36, 4.11) With 1 Sack and 1 Interception, CB Carlton Johnson (6-0, 155, 4.22) With 2 Interceptions, Including a 67-Yard Interception For TD With 1:14 Left in The Game.

SIDEBAR V: Week #9 TOP 3 KICKER/PUNTER MVP’S Include: KICKER Justin Rohrwasser (6-2, 230) With Game-Winning 53-Yard Field Goal With No Time Left In Huge Upset 26-23 Victory, KICKER Camden Lewis (6-0, 203) With Game-Winning 26-Yard Field Goal With No Time Left In Huge 37-35 Victory, and KICKER Luis Aguilar (6-1, 190) With Game-Winning 39-Yard Field Goal With 4-Seconds Left In Huge 31-29  Victory. 

#6 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK 
CLYDE EDWARDS HELAIRE –
LSU TIGERS

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The LSU Tigers (8-0, 4-0 SEC) Have Been Extremely, Incredible All of This 2019 Football Season and For Them To Be Ranked #1 in The Country and To-Have a Heisman Trophy Award Candidate is One of The Biggest Miracles To Ever Happen in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and A Couple of People Are Directly Responsible For Both Miracles.

In Fact, This LSU Tigers 23-20 Victory Over The Auburn Tigers, Absolutely Guaranteed The LSU Tigers That They Would Be Unbeaten as They Faced Their SEC Rival, The University of Alabama Crimson Tide Which Would Also Be Undefeated. Both Teams Would Meet as The #1 and #2 Teams in The Country on November 9 at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

The Two People That Are Mainly Responsible For All of These Miracles For The LSU Tigers are Heisman Trophy Award Candidate Quarterback Joe Burrow and The New LSU Tigers Quarterback Coach Joe Brady, but There Has Also Been Some Other Unbelievable Offensive Skill Players, Including Fabulous Wide Receivers and Running Backs That From Time-To-Time Will Produce Incredible Performances When They Get Their Chance.

I Have Watched All Eight LSU Tiger Games and I Have Been Unbelievably Impressed With Running Back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (#22) Who Seems To-Always Be Going at 110-Per-Cent on Every Play.

TRI-MVP Joe Burrow and His Unbelievable Wide Receivers Have Already Broken Most of The LSU Tigers Passing Records, and They Are On-Their Way For More. Since The Wide Receivers Are So Outstanding, The Question is To-Wonder Why LSU Tigers Offensive Coordinator Steve Ensminger and Quarterback Coach Joe Brady would ever Need Help from Their Running Back Crew, but in This Game Against The Auburn Tigers, The LSU Tigers Passing Game Needed Some Help!

In The Third Quarter, The LSU Tigers Were Trailing 13-10, but They Got The Football at The Auburn Tigers 45-Yard Line. The Tigers Last Two Possessions Had Stalled Inside The Auburn 5-Yard Line with a Turnover on downs and an Interception, but LSU Tigers Head Coach Ed Orgeron, Ensminger, and Brady Felt Like They Had Completely Worn-Down The Ferocious and Great Auburn Defensive Front.

“You Really Never Know When It Is Going to be your time,” Clyde Edwards-Helaire said and Smiled.

Enter TRI-MVP Clyde Edwards-Helaire and He Broke For a 22-Yard run to get the drive Started. Then The Tigers Went Right Back to Clyde and he Ran and Juked Several Auburn Tiger Defenders and on His Way in Leading The Tigers To a Victory and Giving The Tigers The Victory That Gave Them The 8-0 Record and Set Them-Up With a Showdown With The Alabama Crimson Tide at Alabama in Two Weeks with The SEC Championship Title At-Stake.

“It’s a Special Moment,” Edwards-Helaire said. “And Understanding It Was My Time in The Game and Then The  Touchdown, It Is a Moment That I Grew-Up Always Wanting Something Like This.”

Junior Clyde Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1) From Baton Rouge Catholic, Louisiana Finished The Game With 136-Yards Rushing and a Touchdown and He Also Caught 3 Passes For Another 51-Yards, Giving Him 187-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and a Touchdown. Edwards-Helaire Also Averaged an Incredible 9.8-Yards Per Touch.

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The Thing That Has Impressed Me All Season About Edwards-Helaire (#22) is His Ability To-Juke Away or To-Spin Away From Defenders. With His 4.37 Forty and Incredible 4.1 Pro-Shuttle, His Unbelievable Quickness is Uncanny. A Couple Times in This Game, (And In The Photo) Edwards-Helaire Is Changing Directions at a 90-Degree Angle and Getting Extra Yardage.

Also at 5-8, Many Times at The Start of The Play, is Hidden Behind His Offensive Linemen and He is Out of Site For Defenders To-See Him Before He is Already Past Them.

“Clyde Made Some Really Key Plays,” Coach Orgeron added. “He Made Some Key First Downs. Clyde enabled us To-Run The football and He Made a Difference.”

“It’s a Big Thing For Me, Especially Being from Baton Rouge and Also an Understanding That I have a lot of people in the stands,” Edwards-Helaire said. “Being able to take over a Game like this is Something Special.”

Another Amazing Thing About Edwards-Helaire is That It Is Not a Coincidence That His Best Two Weekly MVP Games Have Been Against The Two Best SEC Defenses That The LSU Tigers Have Played All of This Season.

He Received His First Weekly MVPin Week #6 Against The Florida Gators When He Rushed For 134-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and Returned 3 Kickoffs For Another 20-Yards, Giving Him 154-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage and 2 Touchdowns in The Tigers 42-28 Victory.

Edwards-Helaire Rushed for 134-Yards and Had 154-Yards of All-Purpose Yards Against Florida and Then Rushed For 136-Yards and Had 187-Yards of Total All-Purpose Yards Against Auburn. His Other 100-Yard Game Was Against Vanderbilt When He Rushed For 106-Yards, Caught a 1-Yard Touchdown Pass, and Returned 3 Kickoffs For 22-Yards, Giving Him 129-Yards of All-Purpose Yards, in The 66-38 Victory.

The Florida Gators and The Auburn Tigers Actually Dared The LSU Tigers To-Use Their Running Backs and Run The Football Against Them and Clyde Edwards-Helaire and His Offensive Line Blockers Obliged.

This Unbelievable Breakout Performances For Clyde Edwards-Helaire Against The Auburn Tigers Might Have Been a Huge Surprise For The SEC Opposing Defenses and LSU Tiger Fans or Other Fans in The Stands or on TV, but not to The LSU Tiger Players and Coaches.

“Clyde Expanded Our Offense Today,” said Super LSU Tigers Wide Receiver Ja’Marr Chase said. “Either They Could Stuff The Box or They Play Off Us. So Clyde did a Great Job Today.”

“Clyde Opened It-Up a Lot,” said Another Fellow Super LSU Tigers Wide Receiver Justin Jefferson. “They Were Dropping a lot of Defensive Backs and only Rushing Their Front Four. Clyde is Definitely a Great Running Back, and He Did His Thing Tonight.”

“They Had Seen Clyde In Practice Going Back to The Fall. All of The Defenders Who Had To-Tackle Him in Practice Knew How Slippery That Clyde Could be in The Open Field,” said LSU Tigers Head Coach Orgeron. John Robinson, a Consultant to Coach Orgeron, Thought That Edwards-Helaire Reminded Him of Some of The All-Time Great Running Backs That He Had Coached at The University of Southern California.

#5 DUAL THREAT PASSING QUARTERBACK 
JOE BURROW –
LSU TIGERS

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The LSU Tigers Senior Transfer Quarterback Joe Burrow (#9) Had Another Incredible Game, but Not as Great as The Previous Seven, But He Still Completed 32 of 42 Passes For 321-Yards and 1 Touchdown and he Rushed For Another 31-Yards and Another Touchdown, Giving Him 352-Yards of Total Offense and 2 Touchdowns. Burrow Also Had a 143.5 Quarterback Rating, Which Was His Lowest Quarterback Rating of The Year.

In The Game Last Week Against The Mississippi State Bulldogs, Burrow Completed 25 of 32 Passes For 327-Yards and 4 Touchdown Passes, which Also Included The LSU Tigers School Record (30 Touchdown Passes) For Touchdown Passes in a Single Season. Burrow Also Had an Incredible 205.2 Quarterback Rating.

In Fact, Heisman Trophy Award Candidate Quarterback Joe Burrow (6-4, 216, 4.62) Had a 231.3 Quarterback Rating Against The Florida Gators, and a  185.3 Quarterback Rating Against TheUtah State Aggies, and a 230.1 Quarterback Rating Against The Vanderbilt Commodores. Burrow Has Led The LSU Tigers To an 8-0 Season Record, and He Has Recorded 2,805-Yards Passing Yardage, 30 Touchdown Passes, and Has Recorded a Sensational 188.1 Quarterback Rating, For His Eight Games.

In Their Opening SEC Conference Game and a 66-38 Victory over The Vanderbilt Commodores, Burrow Completed 25 of 34 passes  for 398-yards and an Incredible and Mind-Boggling 6 Touchdowns  Burrow also Recorded Another Incredible 230.1 Quarterback Rating

On Monday, After That Saturday Game, Burrow Was Named as The SEC Conference Offensive Player of The Week For Week Four After Also Being Named as SEC Offensive Player of The Three of Four Weeks. Only Two Other LSU Tiger Players in LSU History Have Won The SEC Conference Offensive Player of The Week Award. Those Two Included Quarterback Tommy Hudson in 1989 and Quarterback JaMarcus Russell in 2006.

In Passing For 6 Touchdowns, Burrow Broke Another LSU School Record For Touchdown Passes in a Single Game, Breaking his Own Record of 5 Touchdowns in One Game. Burrow Was Also Named To The Louisiana Sports Writers Louisiana Offensive Player of The Week For The Fourth Week.

Joe Burrow Was Really Unbelievable in The First Half as He Was Trying To Impress The Heisman Trophy Voters As He Completed 18 of 24 Passes for An Amazing 357-Yards and 4 Touchdowns. These Impressive 357-Yards Passing  Were the Most in a First Half by an SEC Conference Player Against an SEC Conference Defense in at Least the Last 15 Years. The Burrow Performance, Came With The LSU Tigers New Run/Pass Option Offense Came Only Days After His Heisman Trophy Award Odds In Las Vegas Had Surged.

Also, in Game #6, Against The #7 Florida Gators, Burrow Completed an Incredible 21 of 24 Passes For 293-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and He Also Rushed For Another 43-Yards, Giving Him 336-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The LSU Tigers 42-28 Victory and With His Outstanding and Incredible 231.3 Quarterback Rating Against The #7 Gators and This Game Also Vigorously Stepped-Him-Up As The Heisman Trophy Award Candidate Favorite.

After an Impressive 42-28 Victory Over #7 Florida, The LSU Tigers Moved up to The #2 Ranking in The CFB National Rankings. With Burrow Making a Statement in The Florida Game With His 293-Yards, 3 Touchdowns and a 87.5 Completion Percentage, The Joe Burrow Heisman Trophy Award Candidate Favorite Campaign Was on The Rise.

After The Mississippi State Bulldogs Game, Some Scouts and Sportswriters Were Saying That The LSU Tigers Should Be The #1 Spot Over Alabama, That Was Two Weeks Ago and After The Auburn Victory, The LSU Tigers Now Have The #1 Spot.

Burrow is Not Only The Heisman Trophy Award Candidate Favorite, He is Totally Responsible For The LSU Tigers Turnaround on Offense and The LSU Tigers Rank #1 In The Country with a 46.8 Average Points Scored Per Game.

Burrow Has Also Been Named as One of 20 Semi-Finalists For The Maxwell Player of The Year Award and He Has Led The LSU Tigers To Three Victories Over Top 10 Opponents and in The Process, Burrow Has Been Named as The SEC Offensive Player of The Week For Four Weeks, Which is Another an LSU Tiger School Record. Burrow Also Has Been Named To Our College Football Weekly Award Six Times.

Three Finalists For The Maxwell Player of The Year Award Will Be Announced on November 5 and The Winner Will Be Announced on December 12. No LSU Tiger Player Has Ever Won The Maxwell Player of The Year Award.

In This Auburn Tigers Game, TRI-MVP Joe Burrow, Along With His TRI-MVPAP/RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire With 187-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage and TRI-MVP FS Jacoby Stevens (6-1, 228, 4.44) With a Team-High 10 Tackles and 6 Solo Tackles, and With All of His Unbelievable Wide Receivers Who Have Already Broken Most All of The LSU Tigers Passing Records, and They Are On-Their Way For More.

The Amazing Thing About All of This, Is The Fact That Joe Burrow and His Great Wide Receivers Only Took Seven Games In The 2019 Season To-Break The LSU Tigers All-Time Season Touchdown School Record For Touchdown Passes in Only Seven Games. The 30 Touchdown Amount Ranks #1 in The LSU Tigers All-Time School History.

In Fact, Joe Burrow and His Outstanding Wide Receivers Are On-Pace To-Break Every Single Season Passing Record in The LSU Tigers All-Time School History. Burrow is Also Still Tied With Quarterback Rohan Davey For The Most 300-Yard Passing Games in a Single Season With Six 300-Yard Passing Games.

Since The Wide Receivers Are So Outstanding, The Question is To-Wonder Why LSU Tigers Offensive Coordinator Steve Ensminger and Quarterback Coach Joe Brady would ever Need Help from Their Running Back Crew, but in This Game Against The Auburn Tigers, The LSU Tigers Passing Game Needed Some Help!

With Their Unbelievable Impressive Spread Passing Offense Formation, The LSU Tigers Had Not Previously Scored Less Than 36-Points in Their First Seven Previous Games of This Football Season, but The Terrific Auburn Defense Put a Lot of Really Tough Pressure on Burrow and Had Actually Sacked Him Three Times.

Although The LSU Tigers Outstanding Prolific, Spread Offense Actually Recorded 508-Yards in This Game, They Did Not Come-Close To Approaching Their 50.1-Point Scoring Average Per Game Against The Aggressive and Impressive Auburn Tigers Defense That Stopped Several LSU Tiger Drives Into Their Territory with Two Fourth-Down Stops and an Interception and It Was Obvious That The LSU Tigers Passing Game Still Needed Some Help!.

In The Third Quarter, The LSU Tigers Were Trailing 13-10, but They Got The Football at The Auburn Tigers 45-Yard Line. On The Tigers Last Two Possessions They Had Stalled Inside The Auburn5-Yard Line with a Turnover on Downs and an Interception, but LSU Tigers Head Coach Ed Orgeron, Offensive Coordinator/Coach Ensminger, and Quarterback Coach Joe Brady Felt Like The Tigers Had Completely Worn-Down The Ferocious and Great Auburn Defensive Front and It Was Time To-Put TRI-MVP Running Back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1), To Work.

This Unbelievable Breakout Performances By Clyde Edwards-Helaire Against The Auburn Tigers Might Have Been a Huge Surprise For The SEC Opposing Defenses and LSU Tiger Fans or Other Fans in The Stands or on TV, But Not To The LSU Tiger Players and Coaches.

In The Auburn Tiger Game, Burrow and Edwards-Helaire Were The Offensive Stars, but Burrow Completed 32 of 42 Passes and His Favorite Target Was Sophomore Ja’Marr Chase (6-1, 205, 4.42, 36.5, 4.09) From Metairie Archbishop Rummel, Louisiana, Who Was a College Weekly CO-MVP in Week #4 and Who Caught 8 Passes for 123-Yards in This Game.

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The LSU Tigers Sophomore Wide Receiver Ja’Marr Chase (#1) Was The Main Target For Burrow Against The Vanderbilt Commodores as He Caught an Incredible 7 Passes for 199-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The First Half, Including a Beautiful 64-Yard Touchdown; plus another 51-Yard Touchdown. Chase Ended The Game With 229-Yards Receiving and 4 Touchdowns and Was Selected as a College Football CO-MVP for Week #4 With Burrow.

The Other Favorite Wide Receiver For Burrow Was Junior Justin Jefferson, Who Was a College Weekly MVP in Week #5. Jefferson Caught 7 Passes for 60-Yards Against The Auburn Tigers“This Game Was a Real Gut-Check Tonight,” said LSU Tigers Head Coach  Ed Orgeron, Praising The Way His LSU Tiger Players Stuck Together. “They Did Not Want To Be Denied.”

From Now-On, SEC Opposing Defenses Will Still Will Probably Try To Drop-Back and Try To Make The LSU Tigers Run The Football as Opposed To Giving The Heisman Trophy Award Candidate/Maxwell Player Award Burrow and His Incredible Wide Receivers The Chance To Score 46.8 Points Per Game, and Add More Points To Their LSU School Records, But Now They Will Know  That The LSU Tigers Have a Real Super-Star All-Purpose Running Back Who Can Make Them Pay For Their Decision!

 

IN THE OFF-SEASON!

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In The Off-Season, LSU Tigers Head Football Coach Ed Orgeron Went To LSU Tigers Offensive Coordinator, and a Long-Time Friend of Mine, Steve Ensminger and Told Him: “We Have Got To-Go To THE NEW RUN/PASS SPREAD-OPTION OFFENSE.” Actually, Both Coach Orgeron and Ensminger Are Long-Time Friends of Mine!

Both Orgeron and Ensminger (In Photo) Agreed That The LSU Tigers Needed To-Bring-In A New Coach Who Knew All of THE OPTIONS For This New Run/Pass Spread-Option Offense and Let Him Put This New Explosive LSU Tiger Run/Pass Spread Option Offense Into The Tiger Offensive System.  

#1 DUAL THREAT PASSING QUARTERBACK COACH 
JOE BURROW –
LSU TIGERS

Image result for Joe Brady LSU PhotosCoach Joe Brady (In Photo) Arrived On The LSU Tiger Campus With The “Expert Knowledge Of The Run-Pass Spread Option Offense” That he had Learned and Had Perfected From Mississippi State Head Football Coach Joe Moorhead When Coach Moorhead Was Offensive Coordinator For The Penn State Nittany Lions. “Joe Brady is The “Brilliant Expert” of  This New LSU Offense and He Has Put-In a Lot of New Plays,” LSU Head Football Coach Ed Orgeron Said, But Coach Orgeron Also Stressed: “The New Spread-Option Offense is Still The LSU Offensive Coordinator Ensminger Offense To-Call.”

“I Do Not Have An Ego Problem” When It Comes To-Working On The Spread-Option Offense With Coach Joe Brady,” Said Coach Ensminger.

Although Brady Had Learned The New Explosive LSU Tiger Run/Pass Spread Option Offense at Penn State, When He Was a Graduate Assistant Coach Under Coach Joe Moorhead, Brady Spent the Last Two Football Seasons on The New Orleans Saints Staff, and Working Under The New Orleans Saints Offensive Coordinator Pete Carmichael.

In The 2019 Season, And With The New Explosive LSU Tiger Run/Pass Spread Option Offense, Being So Completely Different, It Give Joe Burrow an “Unbelievable Opportunity” To-Pass for Over 300-Yards in Every Single Game, Including Five Games out of The First Eight Games of The Season Which Put His Name on The Heisman Trophy List.

The New LSU Offense Places as Many as Four or Five Wide Receivers in The Game at The Same Time and it Will Also Guarantee Joe Burrow and The New LSU Spread Offense of Keeping Pressure on The Defenses and Also Guarantee The “Opportunity” For Burrow To-Win The Heisman Trophy Award.

The LSU Tigers Shocked The SEC, College Football, and The Heisman Trophy Voters In Their Opening Two Games With Their New Joe Brady Offense!

THE HEISMAN AWARD FORMULA IS VERY SIMPLE!

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The Heisman Trophy Award Formula is Really Very Simple. Find an Outstanding Quarterback on a National Championship Contending Team and They Found Alabama Crimson Tide Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and Clemson Tigers Quarterback Trevor Lawrence and Both of These Quarterbacks Faced Each Other in The 2018 National Championship Game and so They Were The Two Heisman Trophy Award First Candidates and Front-Runners and Favorites For The 2019 Heisman Trophy Award.

Three Other Quarterback Candidates and Transfers Including LSU Tiger Quarterback Joe Burrow; Ohio State Quarterback Transfer Justin Fields; and Alabama Transfer and Oklahoma Quarterback Jalen Hurts. So Burrow, Fields, and Hurts, Along With Tagovailoa Literally Have The Odds in Their Favor To-Win The 2019 Heisman Trophy Award!

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The Most Incredible Football Story Ever Told Is The Drew Brees Story! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

The Most Incredible Football Story Ever Told Is The Drew Brees Story!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

January 13, 2019

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Forty-Three Years Ago, in 1976, I was living in Dallas, Texas and I was a Talent Scout for The Dallas Cowboys. Then, Twenty Years Later, I was living in Houston, Texas and I was in The Astrodome and Scouting High School Seniors from Austin, Texas. I’m positive that I lost you in those first two Sentences, so let me explain.

Twenty Years after 1976 was 1996 and I was living in Houston, Texas. I had just Founded The First High School Football Recruiting Service in 1979 and I was getting ready to go to The Texas 5A Semi-Finals Football Game in The Astrodome. I will always remember that this 5A Semi-Finals Game was going to be a Really Great Game Between a Very Talented Local Aldine High School Team against an Undefeated Austin Westlake TeamAt this Game in The Astrodome, I found out that the Austin Westlake Chaparrals Had an Incredible Passing Quarterback Named Drew Brees (#9) And he was in Total Control of the Game from Start to Finish and the Chaps Won that Game 42-21, sending them to The 1996 5A State Championship Game, again in The Astrodome on the Following Saturday, Against Another Super Football Team, Abilene Cooper.

After Austin Westlake Easily beat an Always Tough Aldine Team, I decided to do some Research on This Westlake Super-Star, but Short, Quarterback. I knew that Drew Brees was not on my National High School Football Recruiting List or on any other College Football Recruiting Lists, but I also found-out that Brees had an ACL Injury as a Junior, but by leading his Team to a 15-0 Record and into The 5A Texas State Championship, this guy needed to be Recruited and Recruited by a Lot of Major College Football Teams.

I Immediately put Brees on my National Recruiting Top Players List and into The Max Emfinger’s National Recruiting Service Newsletter, And With What I had already seen him do to a Powerful Aldine Team, I Rated and Ranked him as one of the Top Five or Six Quarterbacks in The Country and I could not wait until The 5A State Championship Game in The Astrodome.

In The 5A State Championship Game, I was on the Austin Westlake Sideline and I watched Brees with Great Interest on every single play and he was Incredible as he led his Chaps Team to an Unbelievably, Convincing 55-15 Victory over another Powerful Abilene Cooper Team and The Texas 5A State Football Championship.

In this 5A Texas State Championship Game, I also noticed that Brees had a Knee Brace on his Left Knee and after the Game, as I was leaving The Astrodome, I saw Brees and I was about to ask him how his Knee was doing, but some of his Teammates came-up to him and I decided not to try to ask him.

My 1996 December Recruiting Newsletter was Mailed the next weekend and I put his Final Passing Stats into it that included 211 of 333 Attempts for 3,528-Yards and 31 Touchdowns. This was Impressive, but his 64% Completion Record was just as  Impressive. The Max Emfinger’s National Football Recruiting Newsletter was sent to Around 12,000 Individual Recruiting-Buffs and about 75 College Football Teams, including Purdue and Texas. Later, in December, I got another Call from Purdue Offensive Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator Jim Chaney and he asked me about this Quarterback named Drew Brees.

Purdue had just hired Head Coach Joe Tiller (In Blue Shirt) and Offensive Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator Jim Chaney (In Burgundy Shirt) from Wyoming and they were a little behind in their Recruiting and they were looking for some“Recruiting Steals” on some Super-Star Players that might have been “Flying Under the Recruiting Radar” to most College Teams. I Never talked to Coach Tiller, but I had talked to Coach Chaney a couple times and I knew that they were looking for Players like Drew Brees, Andy Dalton, and Kliff Kingsbury for Their Unbelievable Passing Spread Offense.

Image result for Drew Brees and Jim Chaney PhotosI then got another call from Coach Chaney in January and he told me that he and Coach Tiller both Really liked Drew Brees and that they were going to have him in for an Official Visit on the Final Weekend in January before National Signing Date on the First Wednesday in February.

While at Purdue, Chaney, along with Head Coach Tiller, (Both in the Photo Below), Became Known For Using “The Spread Offense”  which was Famously “Dubbed” as “Basketball-On-Grass” at a Time in College Football History when Almost all of The Great Football Teams were Using The Running-Game and The Passing-Game was Considered a Huge Novelty and The Passing-Game was not even-being used. Later, it became “The Air-Raid Passing Attack Offense” with My Good Friend and Washington State Head Coach Mike Leach.

The Purdue Offensive Game Plan Relied on a Strong Passing-Game and The Chaney Offense was one of The Most Successful Offenses in the Country. This was evidenced by the fact that Their Future Super Bowl Winning Quarterback, Drew Brees, was His Starting Quarterback from 1997-2000 and this Unbelievable Passing Offense Broke Numerous Purdue, Big-10, and NCAA Passing Records.

New Georgia Bulldogs Head Football Coach Kirby Smart made his first big hire as The Georgia Head Football Coach when he made Coach Jim Chaney The New Bulldogs Offensive Coordinator and Leader of his Georgia Offense. While Chaney has spent six of the last seven years of his career in The SEC, Many of The Bulldog Fans may not know much about the Long-Time Incredible Offensive Coordinator.

New Orleans Quarterback Drew Brees Put-Up Fabulous Stats under Jim Chaney at Purdue With 11,560-Yards and 90 Touchdowns.

Coach Jim Chaney Gets New Job

After Three Incredible Years as The Georgia Offensive Coordinator, Coach Jim Chaney (In Photo Below) Has Agreed to a Three-Year, $4.8 Million Contract, with The Rival Tennessee Vols, that runs through January 31, 2022. In his New Contract, Chaney will Earn $1.5 Million in The 2019 Season, with an $100,000 Increases in each of the Next Two Seasons.

One huge Ironic Fact was the Fact that although Drew Brees Lived in Austin, Texas and only a Few Miles away was The University of Texas, but he was not Recruited by The Longhorns, because they had already Recruited Two Quarterbacks and had Verbal Commitments from both of them. The Longhorns thought that both of these Commitments Were Outstanding.

At that time, one of The Longhorn Recruits was a 6-1 Athletic Quarterback Named Major Applewhite of Baton Rouge Catholic, Louisiana, and I saw him play in Baton Rouge and I Thought That He Was One Of  The Top Quarterback’s in the Country.

The other Longhorn Quarterback Recruit was a 6-4 No-Huddle Passing Quarterback Named Greg Ciero of Anaheim Servite, California. He also was a Top Quarterback and he had a lot of Raw PotentialAs Freshmen, neither of these two Great Longhorn Quarterbacks would have to play, because they would both be playing behind Senior Super-Star James Brown.

Then, As a Sophomore, Applewhite became a Texas Super-Star, while Ciero Transferred to Polomar Junior College and then was Selected Junior College All-American before Transferring to Baylor University. The Irony About These Three Quarterbacks was that all Three Quarterbacks Could Have Ended-Up as a Texas Longhorn Quarterback and Become A Super-Star in 2000.

Although the ABC Quarterback Club of Applewhite, Brees, and Ciero were Highly Successful; only one of those Three Quarterbacks was Sitting in New York at both the 1999 and 2000 as Finalists for The Heisman Trophy Award.

Brees did not have an Eye-Popping Freshman Campaign, at Purdue, but Coach Chaney gave him a chance to be the Starting Quarterback for The Boilermakers Spread Offense as a Sophomore. Brees, then was so Unbelievably Impressive, as a Sophomore, Brees was Selected by his Teammates as the Boilers Team Captain in both his 1999 and 2000 Seasons.

After Finishing Fourth in The 1999 Heisman Trophy Voting, Brees had a Chance to Come-Out Early for The 1999 NFL Draft, but he Decided to Stay With Both Coach Tiller and Coach Chaney and he decided to Come-Back for his 2000 Senior Season. In that Senior Season, Brees led The Boilermakers to Last-Minute UPSET Victories over both Ohio State and Michigan, giving Purdue, Coach Tiller, and Coach Chaney their First Big-10 Championship in Three Decades.

Drew BreesPurdue Coach Joe Tiller and Drew Brees as they Celebrate their Big-10 Championship and
a Trip to Pasadena!

Boilermaker Fans, had you ever thought we could be going to The Rose Bowl,” Brees Shouted to the Fans as he Accepted the Big-10 Championship Trophy. “This is, by far, The Greatest Moment of my Life, so Far,” Brees Further Said.

In that Game Against Indiana and Against Another one of my Long-Time, Good Friends, Head Coach Cam Cameron, Brees threw for one Touchdown and ran for another Touchdown. He Completed 20 of 29 Passes for 216-Yards and ran for another 85-Yards, giving him 301-Yards of Total Offense as he became the First Quarterback to lead The Boilermakers to Pasadena since Bob Griese. It was their First Big-10 Championship in 34 Years.

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2000 Heisman Trophy Finalists L to R: QB Drew Brees, Purdue; Heisman QB Chris Weinke, FSU; RB LaDainian Tomlinson, TCU; and QB Josh Heupel, Oklahoma.

After another Fabulous Season, Brees was again Selected as a Finalist for The Heisman Trophy Award. The Top Four in the Heisman were Heisman Trophy Award Winning QB Chris Weinke of Florida State; QB Josh Heupel of Oklahoma; QB Drew Brees of Purdue; and RB LaDainian Tomlinson of TCU.

These Four Super-Star College Football Players were Sitting in New York City on December 9, 2000 for The Heisman Trophy Award.

The 2000 Heisman Trophy Award Re-United Two Great Football Players from Texas, including Brees from Austin Westlake and Tomlinson from Waco University, just  a few miles apart on I-35. In Fact, I lived in Austin, twice for Two Years and Waco twice for Six Years.

Brees and Tomlinson had both played together in a Texas High School All-Star Football Game and had become Great Friends after their High School Football Season and now these Two Great Texas Football Players were together again in New York City as Finalists for the Heisman Trophy. “Wouldn’t it be Great if we could both play on the same NFL Team,” Tomlinson told Brees in New York City.

Brees left Purdue with “Mind-Boggling” Stats and one of the Most Impressive Quarterbacks in Big-10 History as he broke Two NCAA Passing Records, 13 Big-10 Records, and 19 Purdue Passing Records. Some of these Records are still standing, including his 1,026 Completions for 11,815-Yards Passing, and 90 Touchdown Passes. His 12,692-Yards of Total Offense was also a Record. He also had Seven 400-Yard Games and Sixteen 300-Yard Games.

So now it’s time for The NFL Draft, but before the 2001 Draft, Brees attended The 2001 NFL Scouting Combine where he did much better than most NFL Scouts had expected. All of The NFL Scouts knew that he was about Six-Foot, but they did not know that he was so Quick as he Shocked them when he ran an Amazing 4.21 in the Pro-Shuttle and Ran a 4.83 Forty at the Scouting Combine, but on Pro-Day, he improved that Forty Time to a Great 4.67Also Remember that a lot of NFL Passing Quarterbacks can not run a 5.0 Forty.

I will NEVER forget The Night on The Dan Patrick Show when Brees Laughingly read his NFL Draft Profile on the Air: “There is a Question about Drew Brees ability to throw the Deep Pass; but his Accuracy is a Question, and of course, his Height is a Question.” – Brees Laughingly Said.

Although Brees did not have Great Height, he had Incredible Passing Stats and Shockingly Great Measurables for a Passing Quarterback; but he was not Drafted until The San Diego Chargers took him in the First Pick of Round Two in the 2001 Draft which was the #32 Overall Selection.

Sometimes, The Lord works in Strange Ways his Miracles to Perform. In The 2001 NFL Draft, The San Diego Chargers selected RB LaDainian Tomlinson as their #1 Draft Choice.

Everyone thought that Drew Brees would be Drafted in the First Round of the 2001 NFL Draft, but too many NFL Teams believed that he was Too Short to become a Great Passing Quarterback in the NFL, but if he was Drafted in The First Round, he Would Have NEVER Been able to Play onThe Same Team with his Good Friend, From Texas.

The San Diego Chargers Got Two Incredible Texans in The 2001 NFL Draft Picks That Were Both Heisman Trophy Award Candidates in RB LaDainian Tomlinson and QB Drew Brees!

The Miracle that was Performed was that the San Diego Chargers were able to Re-Unite these Two Texans, Brees and Tomlinson, as they were able to Select Brees in the First Draft Pick of the Second Round of the NFL Draft to go with their #5 Overall Selection of Tomlinson in The First Round. The Chargers were able to get an Unbelievable Two Super-Star Players that were both in New York City for the Heisman Trophy Award.

With the help of The Miracle of Re-Uniting with his Texas Friend LaDainian Tomlinson, Brees began his NFL Career in 2002, with The San Diego Chargers. Then Two Years Later, with My Friend and Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron, Tomlinson, and Brees helped lead The Chargers to a Division Championshipwhile Tomlinson was Selected All-Pro and Brees was Selected to the 2004 NFL Pro Bowl.

These Two 2001 NFL Super Draft Picks (#9 QB Drew Brees) and (#21 RB LaDainian Tomlinson) Of The San Diego Chargers Helped The Chargers in 2004 To Win Their First Divisional Championship In A Decade And Both Players Are Future NFL Hall Of Fame Players!

Then Nine Months Later, in 2005, after suffering a Really Bad Shoulder Joint Dislocation and a 360 degree tear of his Labrum and Rotator Cuff, Brees became an NFL Free Agent.

In the last game of the 2005 Season, Brees should not have been playing in the Game. The Chargers were 9-6, but they had absolutely no chance of improving their NFL Playoff Seeding as the Game started. However, General Manager A.J. Smith and Head Coach Marty Schottenheimer had already started a War that would eventually lead to the Departure of Schottenheimer from The Chargers, because of the Quarterback Position War.

In his Rookie Season, Philip Rivers, although he was seen as the future Chargers Franchise Quarterback, was named as the Third Team Quarterback on The Chargers Roster behind Brees and Doug Flutie.  By not Starting Rivers, in the Last Game, it looked like it was a Punishment for Rivers, because he was a Hold-Out and missed part of The Training Camp. In this Last Game of the Season, Schottenheimer made the decision to start Drew Brees in a Meaningless Game so that the fans would not see their Young Future Super-Star Philip Rivers.

So, here is what happened. Standing in his own End-Zone, Drew Brees was Sacked by a blitzing John LynchHe fumbled The Football when he was hit, and when he dove back on top of the Football, Brees was Crushed by Gerald Warren in a Bone-Rattling Tackle. Brees left the Football Game in obvious pain and he then handed the team over to Philip Rivers.

As Brees became a Free Agent after that 2005 Season, he was not expected to return to The Chargers, because they had already Committed a Lot of Money to Quarterback Philip Rivers. The Chargers eventually designated Brees as their Franchise Player, giving him a One-Year Contract that quadrupled his pay to $8 Million for the 2005 Year. Under the terms of a Franchise Player Contract, Brees would then be Eligible to be Traded or Sign with another NFL Team, but The Chargers would then Receive two future #1 Draft Choices in return. Brees was not traded and continued as Starting Quarterback for the remainder of the 2005 Season.

At this time, there were Two NFL Teams that needed a Quarterback and those Two Teams were The Miami Dolphins and The New Orleans Saints. The Saints were coming off of a Horrible 3-13 Record, and Dealing with Hurricane Katrina, but they had just hired a new Head Football Coach named Sean Payton and Brees wanted to Sign with a Team that would Guarantee him a Starting Quarterback Spot.

The Dolphins wanted to Sign Brees, but The Dolphins did not want to offer him as much money as The Chargers and they would not Guarantee him a Starting Quarterback Spot. With new Head Football Coach Sean Payton, The Saints Offered The Same Salary as The Chargers, but Coach Sean Payton (In Photo Below with #9 Brees) was willing to Guarantee him a Starting Quarterback Spot if he could get Healthy before coming to The Saints Training Camp.

It only took Brees one trip to Katrina Stricken New Orleans to know that he Could make a huge difference in The Saints Football Team and also the People of New Orleans. So he Signed with The New Orleans Saints, got Healthy before Training Camp, and then led them to an Unbelievable 10-6 Record in his First Season.

After Signing with The Saints, Drew Brees Earned Nine Trips to The Pro Bowlwas a 2006 NFL All Pro Team Selection; was 2006 Walter Payton Player of the Year; was 2008 and 2011 Offensive Player of the Year; and was Super Bowl XLVI Super Bowl Game MVP Against The Indianapolis Colts. Brees was also Selected 2004 Comeback Player of the Year; and was also Selected in 2011 by Sports Illustrated as Sportsman of the Year.

After Playing in 17-Years in The NFL; Playing Five Years with The Chargers and Twelve Years with The Saints. His Hall of Fame Career Stats in 249 Games, included 6,222 Completions out of 9,294 Attempts for 70,445-Yards Passing and an Incredible 488 Touchdown Passes.

Brees takes Great Pride in his On-The-Field Performances, but he also takes Great Pride in his Community Service Endeavors. Drew and his Beautiful Wife, Brittany, Established The Brees Dream Foundation in 2003 and since then have Contributed and Committed almost $25,000,000 to help improve the quality of life for Cancer Patients and To-Provide Care, Education, and Other Outstanding Opportunities for Children and families in need. Brees has also proudly participated in five USO Trips to Kuwait, Iraq.

Afghanistan, Germany, Turkey, Djibouti, Dubai, Okinawa, and Guantanamo Bay.

Image result for drew brees photo galleryDrew Brees and Beautiful Wife Brittany!

This Special Drew and Brittany Brees Couple was Married in 2003 and Their First Baby BoyBaylen Robert Breeswas Born on January 15, 2009, which was Drew’s 30th BirthdayThen, Their Second Baby Boy was Born in 2010 and he was Named Bowen Christopher Brees. Their Third Baby Boy was Named Callen Christain Brees and was born in 2012.

The Drew Brees Family got even bigger in 2014 when Brittany gave birth to Their First Baby Girl and Daughter, in Rylen Judith Brees.

Image result for Drew Brees and Family PhotosThis Special Brees Pair Announced the Special Arrival of Their First Daughter with a Tweet on Twitter,  just before they Announced Her Arrival to The Media, just before Practice.

It Melted My Heart To Watch My Daughter Being Born Last Night,” said Drew Brees. “I got to take the snap so to speak and catch her on her way out and That Memory will be a Memory that I will Have Forever.”

THE INCREDIBLE DREW BREES CAREER!

Drew Brees Led his Austin Westlake High School Football Team to The Texas 5A State Football Championship; Led his Purdue College Team to The Big-10 Football Championship; Led his San Diego Chargers NFL Team to a Divisional Football Championship; and Has Led the New Orleans Saints NFL Football Team to The Super Bowl Football Championship.

What more can I say about Drew Brees?

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College Football Weekly Top 6 All-Purpose RB MVP’S – C.J. Verdell, Aaron Dykes, Elijah Dotson, J.K. Dobbins, Zack Moss, and Clyde Edwards-Helaire Week #9! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

College Football Weekly MVP’S – Week #9!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Image result for College Football MVP Logo Photos2019 COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEKLY MVP WEEK #9
SUPER ELITE 13 DUAL QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #9
TOP 12 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK MVP’S WEEK #9
TOP 10 ALL-PURPOSE WIDE RECEIVERS WEEK #9
SUPER ELITE TOP 30 DEFENSIVE MVP’S – WEEK #9
TOP 3 KICKER/PUNTER MVP’S – WEEK #9

MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

Through The First Nine Weeks of The 2019 Season, There Were Some Huge Changes In The Heisman Trophy Favorites! After Week #8, According to The Caesars Sportbook The Top Six Were: QB Joe Burrow, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Jalen Hurts, RB Jonathan Taylor, QB Justin Fields, and WR CeeDee Lamb; While QB Sam Ehlinger and QB Justin Herbert Were Other Heisman Trophy Candidates.

After Nine Games, The Top Seven Heisman Trophy Candidates Were QB Joe Burrow, QB Jalen Hurts, DE Chase Young, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Justin Fields, AP/RB J.K. Dobbins, and QB Justin Herbert.

SIDEBAR I: Week #9 SUPER ELITE 13 DUAL/QUARTERBACK MVP’S INCLUDE: Dual/QB Kedon Slovis (6-2, 200, 4.66) With 406-Yards, 4 TD, and a 171.1 QB Rating, Dual/QB Peyton Ramsey (6-2, 216, 4.56) With 393-Yards, 3 TD, and a 152.7 QB RatingDual/QB Joe Mancuso (6-4, 215, 4.62, 32, 4.1) With 375-Yards, 3 TD, and a 158.8 QB Rating, Dual/QB Case Cookus (6-4, 205, 4.72) With 375-Yards, 2 TD, and a 149,0 QB Rating, Dual/QB Joe Burrow (6-4, 216, 4.62) With 352-Yards, 2 TD, and a 143.5 QB Rating, Dual/QB Max Duggan (6-2, 190, 4.52) With 345-Yards, 3 TD, and a 172.3 QB RatingDual/QB J’Mar Smith (6-1, 226, 4.72) With 338-Yards, TD, and a 192.3 QB Rating, Dual/QB Chris Helbig (6-4, 218, 4.66) With 5 TD, 332-Yards, and a 214.8 QB Rating, Dual/QB Trevor Lawrence (6-6, 220, 4.62) With 317-Yards, 5 TD, and a 257.9 QB Rating, Dual/QB Kellen Mond (6-4, 225, 4.46) With 310-Yards, 5 TD, and a 202.4 QB Rating, Dual/QB Johnny Langan (6-4, 232, 4.66) With 310-Yards 3 TD, and a 179.7 QB Rating, Dual/QB/WR Lynn Bowden, Jr (6-1, 199, 4.42) With 258-Yards, and 2 TD, Dual/QB Skyler Thompson (6-2, 212, 4.56) With 252-Yards, 4 TD, and a 257.9 QB Rating.

SIDEBAR II: Week #9 ELITE TOP 10 ALL-PURPOSE/WIDE RECEIVER MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/WR Avante Cox (5-10, 175, 4.42) With 255-Yards and 3 TD, AP/SLOT/WR Whop Philyor (5-11, 178, 4.38) With 180-Yards, AP/WR Antonio Gibson (6-2, 221, 4.44, 36) With 175-Yards and 1 TD, WR Jauan Jennings (6-3, 218, 4.46) With 174-Yards and 2 TD, AP/WR Sage Surratt (6-2, 215, 4.41) With 170-Yards, AP/WR Marquez Callaway (6-2, 204, 4.42) With 167-Yards and 1 TD, WR Keyston Fuller (5-11, 195, 4.46) With 161-Yards and 1 TD, WR Isaiah Weston (6-4, 208, 4.41) With 157-Yards and 2 TD, WR Michael Pittman (6-4, 225, 4.42) With 156-Yards and 2 TD, AP/WR Connor Wedington (6-0, 200, 4.38) With 150-Yards and 2 TD. 

SIDEBAR III: Week #9 SUPER ELITE TOP 30 DEFENSIVE MVP’S Include: EDGE RUSH DE  Chase Young (6-5, 265, 4.56) With An Incredible 4 Sacks and 5 TFL, EDGE RUSH DE Jayson Oweh (6-5, 255, 4.33) With 2 Sacks and 2 Forced Fumbles, EDGE RUSH DE Leighton McCarty (6-3, 225, 4.56) With 2 Sacks, S-DE Jason Strowbridge (6-5, 285, 4.76) With 1.5 Sacks, 2.5 TFL, and 1 Fumble Recovery, S-DE Calvin Taylor, Jr (6-9, 310, 5.1) With 2 Sacks and 1 Forced Fumble, S-DE Ja’Quon Griffin (6-0, 276, 5.12) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, S-DE Milton Williams (6-4, 271, 5.02) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, S-DE Chancey Golston (6-5, 275, 4.92) With 1 Interception, 2.5 TFL, DT Marvin Wilson (6-5, 311, 4.92) With 2 Sacks and 3 TFL, DT Daviyon Nixon (6-3, 309, 4.96) With 2 Sacks, DT Marcus Brown (6-2, 302, 5.12) With 2 Sacks, DT Leki Fotu (6-5, 325, 5.05) With 1 Sack and 1.5 TFL,      MLB Monty Montgomery (5-11, 218, 4.62) With 2 Sacks, MLB Richard McBryde (6-1, 232, 4.66) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, MLB Darrell Taylor (6-4, 255, 4,52) With 2 Sacks, MLB Chazz Surratt (6-3, 230, 4.5) With Game-High 12 Tackles, 1 Sack. and Goal-Line Interception With 14 Seconds Left in Tie Game, MLB Daniel Bituli (6-3, 252, 4.72) Game-High 15 Tackles, Including 11 Solo, and 29-Yard punt Return For TD, MLB Diego Fagot (6-3, 256, 4.66) With 1 Sack and 1 17-Yard Interception For Touchdown, SS Patrick Nelson (6-0, 216, 4.46) With 2.5 Sacks, SS Jeremy Chinn (6-2, 212, 4.42) With 2 Sacks, SS Malcolm Rodriguez (6-0, 205, 4.4) With a Game-High 11 Tackles and 26-Yard Interception For Touchdown, FS  Hamsah Nasirildeen (6-4,325, 4.42) With Game-High 17 tackles, 9 Solo Tackles, and 1 Sack, FS Jacoby Stevens (6-1, 228, 4.44) With Team-High 10 Tackles and 6 Solo Tackles, CB Paulson Adebo (6-1, 190, 4.33) With 2 Interceptions, CB Daxton Hill (6-0, 190, 4.36, 38, 4.13) 2 Fumble Recoveries, CB Amik Robertson (5-9, 185, 4.38) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, CB Austin Evans (6-1, 190, 4.42) With Team-High 7 Tackles, 2 Fumble Recoveries, 1 Forced Fumble, 0.5 Sack, and 1 TFL, CB Josh Hayes (5-11, 186, 4.44) With 6 Solo Tackles and Key Interception on The 15-Yard Line With 4:55 Left and The Score Tied at 16-16 in a 23-16 Victory, CB Devin Morris (6-1, 192, 4.36, 36, 4.11) With 1 Sack and 1 Interception, CB Carlton Johnson (6-0, 155, 4.22) With 2 Interceptions, Including a 67-Yard Interception For TD With 1:14 Left in The Game.

SIDEBAR IV: Week #9 TOP 3 KICKER/PUNTER MVP’S Include: KICKER Justin Rohrwasser (6-2, 230) With Game-Winning 53-Yard Field Goal With No Time Left In Huge Upset 26-23 Victory, KICKER Camden Lewis (6-0, 203) With Game-Winning 26-Yard Field Goal With No Time Left In Huge 37-35 Victory, and KICKER Luis Aguilar (6-1, 190) With Game-Winning 39-Yard Field Goal With 4-Seconds Left In Huge 31-29  Victory. 

TOP 12 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK MVP’S WEEK #9

SIDEBAR V: Week #9 TOP 12 ALL-PURPOSE/RUNNING BACK MVP’S INCLUDE:  AP/RB C.J. Verdell (5-9, 210, 4.33) With an Incredible 313-Yards and 3 Touchdowns,  AP/RB Aaron Dykes (5-11, 185, 4.32) With 260-Yards of Total Offense, Including Touchdown Runs of 100-Yards and 88-Yards,  AP/RB Elijah Dotson (6-0, 185, 4.42) With 226-Yards and 3 Touchdowns,  AP/RB J.K. Dobbins (5-10, 217, 4.42) With 221-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, AP/RB Zack Moss (5-10, 222, 4.44) With 204-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, AP/RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1) With 187-Yards and 1 Touchdown, AP/FB Jamale Carathers (5-9, 203, 4.48) With 185-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, AP/RB James Robinson (5-10, 220, 4.44) With 183-Yards and 2 TD, AP/RB/QB Cam Akers (5-11, 212, 4.42) With 171-Yards and 4 TD, RB Joshua Kelley (5-11, 219, 4.42) With 164-Yards Rushing and 4 Touchdowns,  RB Kevin Mensah (5-9, 198, 4.44) With 164-Yards and 5 Touchdowns, and RB  Tre Harbison (5-11, 215) With 158-Yards and 2 TD.

#1 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK
C.J. VERDELL –
OREGON DUCKS

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The Oregon Ducks Super All-Purpose Running Back C.J. Verdell (#7) Had an Unbelievably Incredible Game in a 37-35 Victory Over The Washington State Cougars as He Ran for a Career-High 257-Yards and 3 Touchdowns for The Oregon Ducks (7-1, 5-0, PAC-12), whose Only Lost Was To The Auburn Tigers.

The Red-Shirt Sophomore Verdell (5-9, 210, 4.33) Was Not Just Only A Running Back Freak, He Was Also A Very Versatile Running Back as He Caught 4 Passes For Another 56-Yards, Giving Him an Incredible 313-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and 3 Touchdowns. Another Incredible Thing That Was Accomplished Was His 11.6-Yards Per Touch, Which Means That Every Time That Verdell Touched The Football, He Recorded a First Down.

With This Unbelievable Game Against The Washington State Cougars, Verdell, From Chula Vista Mater Dei, California, Became The First Running Back in The Oregon Ducks School History To Rush For 250-Yards and Catch Passes For 50-Yards in The Same Game. Verdell is Also The First FBS 2019 Player to Record 250-Yards Rushing and Record 50-Yards Receiving in The Same Football Game Since Joe Mixon in 2016. 

His 257-Yards Rushing is The Third Most Rushing Yards For a FBS 2019 Football Player in a Single Game in This 2019 Football Season. Verdell Also Had 7 Runs of 10-Yards Plus That Was Highlighted By Unbelievable Runs of 89-Yards, 35-Yards, and 28-Yards. His 89-Yard Touchdown Run in The First Quarter was The Fourth-Longest run in Oregon Ducks School History.

For His Unbelievable Game, Verdell Was Awarded The PAC-12 Offensive Player of The Week and Also The Walter Camp National Offensive Player of The Week.

Weekly CO-MVP, Verdell Also Shared His CO-MVP Award With Freshman Kicker Camden Lewis (6-0, 203) Who Kicked a 26-Yard Field Goal as Time Expired To Give The Oregon Ducks Their 37-35 Victory Over The Washington State Cougars.

#2 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK
AARON DYKES – RICHMOND SPIDERS

Image result for aaron Dykes Photos Against DelawareIn All of My Many Years of Playing Football and Always Being The Kickoff Return and Punt Return Man, I Have Never Seen or Heard of a Player Who Returned Two Kickoffs For a Touchdown in The Same Game, Until Now.

In The Richmond Spiders Game, Super Return Man and TRI-MVP, Aaron Dykes (#3) Returned Two Kickoffs For a Touchdown For The First Time in The Richmond 135-Year Spiders School History, as They Beat The Delaware Blue Hens by a 35-25 Score on Saturday.

Dykes Was Incredible For The Richmond Spiders As He Led Them To a Huge Victory Over The #19 Delaware Blue Hens on The Road and Ruining The Blue Hens Homecoming Game. His 2 Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns Ties The NCAA All-Time FCS Record For Kick Returns For a Touchdown in a Single Game

After Recording 260-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage, Including Touchdowns of 100-Yards and 88-Yards For Touchdowns, Red-Shirt Freshman Aaron Dykes (5-11, 185, 4.32) From Knoxville Hardin Valley Academy, Tennessee Was Named as The STATS FCS NATIONAL Special Teams Player of The Week and He Was Also Named as The Colonial Athletic Association Special Teams Player of The Week. Dykes Also Averaged an Incredible 10.0-Yards Per Touch.

Dykes Got Things Going For The Spiders in The First Quarter as He Broke Several Tackles and Returned His 100-Yard Kickoff For a Touchdown To Give The Spiders a 21-7 Lead With 1:41 Left in The First Quarter. Then With 8:43 Left in The Second Quarter, Dykes Returned His Second Kickoff Return of 88-Yards, Giving The Richmond Spiders a 28-10 Lead Against The Blue Hens.

In This Game, TRI-MVP Dykes Recorded 4 Kickoffs for 226-Yards, Had 7 Rushes for 24-Yards, and Caught 2 Passes For Another 10-Yards, Giving Him The Incredible 260-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. Dykes Finished The Game with The Richmond Spiders School Program-Record With 226 Kickoff Return Yards, While Breaking The Previous Record of 222-Yards That Was Held by Justin Rogers in 2007 Against New Hampshire.

Super TRI-MVP Quarterback Joe Mancuso (#12) Was Also Sensational in This Game, as He Completed 21 of 29 Passes for 280-Yards and He Also Rushed For Two Touchdowns in The First Quarter To Put The Richmond Spiders (4-4, 3-1, Colonial Athletic Association) Ahead 14-0. Mancuso Also Rushed For a Two-Point Conversion. Then With 3:03 Left in The Third Quarter, Mancuso Added an Insurance Touchdown When He Hit TRI-MVP Keyston Fuller With a 63-Yard Pass With The Final Points.

Image result for Joe Mancuso Photos Against DelawareTRI-MVP Dual/QB Joe Mancuso (6-4, 215, 4.62, 32, 4.1) With 375-Yards, 3 TD, a Two-Point Conversion, and a 158.8 QB Rating Finished The Game With 280-Yards Passing and 1 Touchdown and He Rushed For Another 95-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and a Two-Point Conversion, Giving Him 375-Yards of Total Offense and 20-Points. TRI-MVP Wide Receiver Keyston Fuller (5-11, 195, 4.46) Caught 8 Passes For 161-Yards and a Touchdown in The Victory. 

#3 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK
ELIJAH DOTSON –
SACREMENTO STATE HORNETS

 

In The Game Two Weeks Ago, Against The Montana Grizzlies, Sacremento State Hornets All-Purpose Running Back Elijah Dotson (#33 Below) Rushed For 41-Yards and Caught 8 Passes For Another 124-Yards, Giving Him 165-Yards of Total Offense and 1 Touchdown.

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In The Game Last Week Against Cal-Poly, Dotson (6-0, 185, 4.42) Rushed For an Amazing 176-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Caught 5 Passes For Another 50-Yards, Giving Him 226-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The Sacremento State Hornets 38-14 Victory Over Cal Poly.

After This Game, The Versatile All-Purpose Dotson Gave Credit to His Great Offensive Line for His Great Performance. “You Have Got To-Give All the Credit to The Offensive Line,” Dotson said. “They were Making a lot of Great Holes and Without them, We Would Not Even Be Able To-Get Off The Line of Scrimmage.” 

In 2018, Dotson Was Selected To The Big Sky Conference All-Conference First Team and He Was The First Sacremento State Hornet Player to Receive That Honor Since Charles Roberts in The 2000 Season. In 2018, Dotson Rushed For 1,154-Yards Which Placed Him #7 in Sacremento State Hornets School History On Their All-Time List and He Also Averaged 115.4 Yards Per-Game Which Was #3 on Sacremento State Hornets All-Time ListDotson Was Also Named To The 2019 Hero Sports News Preseason All-American Team

Elijah Dotson Was Awarded The Big Sky Conference Player of The Week Award For His Outstanding Game Against Cal Poly and Ironically, This Was His First Big Sky Conference Player of The Week Award For Dotson, Eventhough he Had Rushed For Over 100-Yards, because His TRI-MVP  Quarterback Kevin Thomson had Won The Big Sky Award  Award for The Last Two Weeks.

Sophomore Elijah Dotson Has Also Rushed for Over 1,000-Yards This Season After Only Eight Games. Dotson Also Has Five Consecutive 100-Yard All-Purpose Yard Games and He Currently Ranks #4 in The FCS Rushing Yards For This Season.

Dotson, From Sacremento Antelope, California, is Currently Averaging an Incredible 9.7-Yards Per Carry and Overall, Dotson Has 1,055-Yards of all-Purpose Yardage Which Ranks Him #24 in The FCS and He Leads The Big Sky Conference in All-Purpose Yardage With 131.9-Yards Per Game. His Career All-Purpose Yard Average is 116.8 Which is #6 in Sacremento State Hornets History.

#4 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK
J.K. DOBBINS – OHIO STATE BUCKEYES

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AP/RB J.K. Dobbins (#2) Was Just About As Outstanding On Offense For The Ohio State Buckeyes as Edge Rush End Chase Young (6-5, 265, 4.56) Who Recorded An Amazing 4 Quarterback Sacks On Defense, as Dobbins Recorded 221-Yards of Total Offense and 2 Touchdowns.

What Are The Percentage Chances That The Number One Super-Star on Offense and Defense Would Be Wearing The Same #2 Game Jersey? At Columbus, Ohio, Both Heisman Trophy Offensive Candidate and Co-MVP J.K. Dobbins and Heisman Trophy Defensive Candidate and Co-MVP Chase Young Wear #2 Game Jerseys, but They Are Never on The Football Field at The Same Time For The Ohio State Buckeyes.

Dobbins (5-10, 217, 4.42) Rushed For 163-Yards on 20 Carries and Scored 2 Touchdowns. He Also Caught 3 Passes For Another 58-Yards, Giving Him 221-Yards of Total Offense and 2 Touchdowns. Dobbins Also Averaged an Incredible 9.6-Yards Per Touch or Almost an Unbelievable First Down on Every Single Time That He Touches The Football.

The Other Unbelievably Mind-Boggling Thing About Dobbins is That He Did This Against The Wisconsin Badgers, Which Before The Game Were Ranked as The #1 Rush Defense in The Country. In This Game, Dobbins Surpassed 1,000-Yard Rushing and Became The First Player in The Ohio State Buckeyes School History To-Rush For 1,000-Yards as a Freshman, Sophomore, and With His Junior 1,110-Yards, Giving Him 3,566-Yards Rushing and Putting Him in Fourth Place on The All-Time Ohio State Buckeyes Rushing List.

“J.K. Ran With an Edge All Day,” said Ohio State Buckeyes Head Coach   Ryan Day. “I Think J.K. is The Best Running Back in The Country. He is Very Versatile in Everything That He Can Do and Then With Our Offensive Line, I Think That is Why You Are Seeing Special-Things Out of Him.”

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Dobbins Already Has 3,566-Yards Rushing in Three Years and He Will, Without a Doubt, Gain A Lot More Yards This Year. Two-Time Heisman Trophy Award Winner Archie Griffin (#45) Had 4,139-Yards Rushing in His First Three Years and He Holds The Ohio State Buckeyes School Rushing Record For Three Years On His Way to 5,589-Yards Rushing and The Ohio State Buckeyes School Record For Four Years.

Archie Griffin Was a Real Freak and He Won The Heisman Trophy in Both 1974 and 1975. His 5,589-Yards will Probably Not Be Broken by Dobbins, Unless Dobbins Decides to Come-Back For His Senior Year in 2020, but He Could Break The Griffin 3-Year Rushing Total of 4,139-Yards in 3  Years.

#5 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK
ZACK MOSS – UTAH UTES

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The Utah Utes Super-Star All-Purpose Running Back Zack Moss (#2) Had Another Incredible Game as He Rushed For 115-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and Caught 3 Passes For Another Amazing 89-Yards and a Touchdown, Giving Him 204-Yards of Total Offense and 3 Touchdowns in Helping The Utah Utes To Defeat The California Golden Bears in a Key PAC-12 Conference Game, As They Shut-Out The Bears 35-0 in The Victory On Saturday Night at Rice-Eccles Stadium.

In This Game Against The California Golden Bears, Moss Averaged an Incredible 10.2-Yards Per Touch Which Means That he Records a First Down Every Single Time That He Touches The Football.

Last Week, Against The Arizona State Sun Devils, Moss (5-10, 222, 4.44) Became The Utah Utes Career-Leader in Rushing-Yards and in The Game This Week, He Increased His Career Total Touchdowns To 33 Touchdowns, in Breaking The Old Record of 31 Touchdowns by Del “Popcorn” Rodgers in 1978-1981.

Moss Also Recorded 100-Yards Rushing For The #15th Time and Broke The Utah Utes Career School Record That He Had Shared With Devontae Booker and John White IV.

The California Golden Bears Defense had Held 14 Consecutive Opponents To Under 25 Points, Which Was The Longest Active Streak in The FBS in The Country. It took The Utah Utes (7-1, 4-1 PAC-12) Just a Half To Break That Streak, even with a Hobbled Quarterback. The Utah Utes Rolled to 351-Yards and 28 Points in The First Half while Allowing just 33-Yards for The California Golden Bears (4-4, 1-4 PAC-12).

#6 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK 
CLYDE EDWARDS HELAIRE –
LSU TIGERS

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The LSU Tigers (8-0, 4-0 SEC) Have Been Extremely, Incredible All of This 2019 Football Season and For Them To Be Ranked #1 in The Country and To-Have a Heisman Trophy Award Candidate is One of The Biggest Miracles To Ever Happen in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and A Couple of People Are Directly Responsible For Both Miracles.

In Fact, This LSU Tigers 23-20 Victory Over The Auburn Tigers, Absolutely Guaranteed The LSU Tigers That They Would Be Unbeaten as They Faced Their SEC Rival, The University of Alabama Crimson Tide Which Would Also Be Undefeated. Both Teams Would Meet as The #1 and #2 Teams in The Country on November 9 at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

The Two People That Are Mainly Responsible For All of These Miracles For The LSU Tigers are Heisman Trophy Award Candidate Quarterback Joe Burrow and The New LSU Tigers Quarterback Coach Joe Brady, but There Has Also Been Some Other Unbelievable Offensive Skill Players, Including Fabulous Wide Receivers and Running Backs That From Time-To-Time Will Produce Incredible Performances When They Get Their Chance.

I Have Watched All Eight LSU Tiger Games and I Have Been Unbelievably Impressed With Running Back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (#22) Who Seems To-Always Be Going at 110-Per-Cent on Every Play.

Co-MVP Joe Burrow and His Unbelievable Wide Receivers Have Already Broken Most of The LSU Tigers Passing Records, and They Are On-Their Way For More. Since The Wide Receivers Are So Outstanding, The Question is To-Wonder Why LSU Tigers Offensive Coordinator Steve Ensminger and Quarterback Coach Joe Brady would ever Need Help from Their Running Back Crew, but in This Game Against The Auburn Tigers, The LSU Tigers Passing Game Needed Some Help!

In The Third Quarter, The LSU Tigers Were Trailing 13-10, but They Got The Football at The Auburn Tigers 45-Yard Line. The Tigers Last Two Possessions Had Stalled Inside The Auburn 5-Yard Line with a Turnover on downs and an Interception, but LSU Tigers Head Coach Ed Orgeron, Ensminger, and Brady Felt Like They Had Completely Worn-Down The Ferocious and Great Auburn Defensive Front“You Really Never Know When It Is Going to be your time,” Clyde Edwards-Helaire said and Smiled.

Enter Clyde Edwards-Helaire and He Broke For a 22-Yard run to get the drive Started. Then The Tigers Went Right Back to Clyde and he Ran and Juked Several Auburn Tiger Defenders and on His Way in Leading The Tigers To a Victory and Giving The Tigers The Victory That Gave Them The 8-0 Record and Set Them-Up With a Showdown With The Alabama Crimson Tide at Alabama in Two Weeks with The SEC Championship Title At-Stake.

“It’s a Special Moment,” Edwards-Helaire said. “And Understanding It Was My Time in The Game and Then The  Touchdown, It Is a Moment That I Grew-Up Always Wanting Something Like This.”

Junior Clyde Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1) From Baton Rouge Catholic, Louisiana Finished The Game With 136-Yards Rushing and a Touchdown and He Also Caught 3 Passes For Another 51-Yards, Giving Him 187-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and a Touchdown. Edwards-Helaire Also Averaged an Incredible 9.8-Yards Per Touch.

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The Thing That Has Impressed Me All Season About Edwards-Helaire (#22) is His Ability To-Juke Away or To-Spin Away From Defenders. With His 4.37 Forty and Incredible 4.1 Pro-Shuttle, His Unbelievable Quickness is Uncanny. A Couple Times in This Game, (And In The Photo) Edwards-Helaire Is Changing Directions at a 90-Degree Angle and Getting Extra Yardage.

Also at 5-8, Many Times at The Start of The Play, is Hidden Behind His Offensive Linemen and He is Out of Site For Defenders To-See Him Before He is Already Past Them.

“Clyde Made Some Really Key Plays,” Coach Orgeron added. “He Made Some Key First Downs. Clyde enabled us To-Run The football and He Made a Difference.”

“It’s a Big Thing For Me, Especially Being from Baton Rouge and Also an Understanding That I have a lot of people in the stands,” Edwards-Helaire said. “Being able to take over a Game like this is Something Special.”

Another Amazing Thing About Edwards-Helaire is That It Is Not a Coincidence That His Best Two Weekly MVP Games Have Been Against The Two Best SEC Defenses That The LSU Tigers Have Played All of This Season.

He Received His First Weekly MVP in Week #6 Against The Florida Gators When He Rushed For 134-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and Returned 3 Kickoffs For Another 20-Yards, Giving Him 154-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage and 2 Touchdowns in The Tigers 42-28 Victory.

Edwards-Helaire Rushed for 134-Yards and Had 154-Yards of All-Purpose Yards Against Florida and Then Rushed For 136-Yards and Had 187-Yards of Total All-Purpose Yards Against Auburn. His Other 100-Yard Game Was Against Vanderbilt When He Rushed For 106-Yards, Caught a 1-Yard Touchdown Pass, and Returned 3 Kickoffs For 22-Yards, Giving Him 129-Yards of All-Purpose Yards, in The 66-38 Victory.

The Florida Gators and The Auburn Tigers Actually Dared The LSU Tigers To-Use Their Running Backs and Run The Football Against Them and Clyde Edwards-Helaire and His Offensive Line Blockers Obliged.

This Unbelievable Breakout Performances For Clyde Edwards-Helaire Against The Auburn Tigers Might Have Been a Huge Surprise For The SEC Opposing Defenses and LSU Tiger Fans or Other Fans in The Stands or on TV, but not to The LSU Tiger Players and Coaches.

“Clyde Expanded Our Offense Today,” said Super LSU Tigers Wide Receiver Ja’Marr Chase said. “Either They Could Stuff The Box or They Play Off Us. So Clyde did a Great Job Today.”

“Clyde Opened It-Up a Lot,” said Another Fellow Super LSU Tigers Wide Receiver Justin Jefferson. “They Were Dropping a lot of Defensive Backs and only Rushing Their Front Four. Clyde is Definitely a Great Running Back, and He Did His Thing Tonight.”

“They Had Seen Clyde In Practice Going Back to The Fall. All of The Defenders Who Had To-Tackle Him in Practice Knew How Slippery That Clyde Could be in The Open Field,” said LSU Tigers Head Coach Orgeron. John Robinson, a Consultant to Coach Orgeron, Thought That Edwards-Helaire Reminded Him of Some of The All-Time Great Running Backs That He Had Coached at The University of Southern California.

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