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I live in the Low County of South Carolina and have followed college football since 1977. I try to stay objective as I can but I have a clear bias for the ACC and SEC. I do tend to look at stats to make most of my assessments.

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  • Bleacher Report posted 1890 days ago

    Bleacher  Report

    Check out my latest submission,

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/225210-big-12-office-your-referee-crews-ignore-offensive-line-holding

    Thanks

    Andy P

  • BabyTate posted 1903 days ago

    BabyTate

    What part of the low country? Wondered if you were from the Pee Dee?
    BT

  • ChiCitySports .Com posted 1918 days ago

    ChiCitySports .Com

    www.virtualsportsnetwork.com/forum

    Great articles...Your work is great and I wanted to invite you to my sports/sports gaming forum. We have a great forums to discuss sports and everything else. Great place to post articles for more exposure too! I hope you join! Posting your articles on VSN's forum bring a ton of reads. That is how most of my articles get 2,000+ reads.

    By you posting, our NCAA Football Forum will really improve!

  • Matt Elmore posted 2170 days ago

    Matt Elmore

    thanks for your comments, very true what you say, check out my others and if you like them become a fan.

  • daniel cox posted 2188 days ago

    daniel cox

    jay,


    check this out if you get a chance:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/65009-good-news-good-guys-in-college-football

    a story i feel is getting overlooked.

    thanks!

  • Samuel Smith posted 2200 days ago

    Samuel Smith

    Jay, I agree with you. I don't think he is genuinely that bad of a ref but he does think of himself as this sort of celebrity referee. I mean I've never seen a ref walk around the satdium before a game shaking hands and waving at fans like this guy does. From what Ive heard on cbs sports forums this is not the first time crap like this has happened. I loved how when Butch Davis tried to challenge one of those last plays of the game you could hear Cherry say "Your not going to get it" over the PA system. Just one of those refs that wants to make his presence known. Hopefully we won't have him again.

  • Kristofer Green posted 2216 days ago

    Kristofer Green

    Jay,

    I want to start a B/R college football poll with B/R writers as the pollsters.

    If you are interested, I would love for you to participate.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/54418-calling-all-br-college-football-fans-join-the-party

    Thanks!

    Kristofer

  • Jay Schrimpf posted 2221 days ago

    Jay  Schrimpf

    Trent,

    I think you are missing the point. Peerman is good. I just do not think he is as good as you seem to think. Until he has good games against quality teams I will contiune to think the other kids are better. And he still is yet to show me anything.

  • Trent Alderman posted 2237 days ago

    Trent Alderman

    Ok for real man don't go around criticizing a guy that just happens to be better than your teams running back. Cedric Peerman is once again overshadowed by the fact that he plays for UVa just like Sean Singletary was for their basketball team. UVa returns their two big tackles, one being Eugene Monroe who, in case you didn't know, is vying for a spot on the All-American Team. Cedric Peerman is going to do great this year. And by the way, Clemson played Furman, Lousiana-Monroe, an FSU team that was worse than UConn last year (remember UConn was ranked in the top 25 at one point), and NC State who was also pretty bad. And they weren't beating Peerman in week 5. As a matter of face he was about 120 yards ahead of everyone. Needless to say you're probably just another Miami or VT fan who feels the need to pick on UVa sports. Don't worry though, no matter how bad you think UVa is going to be, I don't care. Why you ask? Because they could lose every game this season and it still wouldn't change the fact that UVa beat Miami in the Orange Bowl 48-0 last year. And I'm still rejoicing over that.

  • solarcane outhere posted 2239 days ago

    solarcane outhere

    Jay
    Coker was the right choice at the time. He is a good offensive minded coach but a poor HC.
    He has stated numerous times in south Florida he would love the chance to coach again.
    He has not even been contacted by ANY Florida high schools to coach.( and no D1 college)
    He isn't making a bundle being the 4th combo analist for ESPNU, He is living in Ft Myers Fl.
    Coker is a wonderful man, I've talked to him at Canefest lots of times. He isn't a disciplinarian and is the worst recruiter the program has ever had.

    Dorsey and Reed campaigned for him and Shlala gave them the green light.
    He inherited all of Butch Davis recruits.
    The Hurricanes were primed to make NC runs from 1999. You or I could have coached that group.

    The 2001 Miami Hurricanes are regarded as the greatest college team of all time by many people.
    Through poor recruiting and no disipline , Coker eroded the program to what we were last season.
    Watch how the Canes perform this year with fresh faces in the line up and a coach that has them focused.
    As for your comment on Floridas secondary:
    Here is the sec pass defense for 2007 look closely at the bottom, I accept your apology lol!

    PASS DEFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G
    1. South Carolina 12 358 199 14 55.6 2025 5.7 14 168.8
    2. Auburn 13 403 223 14 55.3 2252 5.6 11 173.2
    3. Mississippi State 13 387 207 18 53.5 2274 5.9 20 174.9
    4. LSU 14 451 212 23 47.0 2558 5.7 19 182.7
    5. Vanderbilt 12 367 217 16 59.1 2365 6.4 15 197.1
    6. Arkansas 13 484 220 20 45.5 2670 5.5 21 205.4
    7. Kentucky 13 431 236 17 54.8 2679 6.2 24 206.1
    8. Georgia 13 429 254 15 59.2 2773 6.5 12 213.3
    9. Alabama 13 428 232 19 54.2 2877 6.7 20 221.3
    10. Ole Miss 12 396 250 8 63.1 2692 6.8 17 224.3
    11. Tennessee 14 491 291 16 59.3 3341 6.8 25 238.6
    12. Florida 13 466 277 11 59.4 3361 7.2 19 258.5