Toes2734 WEEKLY NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS BLOG

October 13, 2010

TOES’ WEEK 7 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

WEEK 7 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

  • I guess I’ll start off with the Tomball game, great crowd and that about the only thing you can say good about it. I still dont see why Tomball didnt put in some Temporary bleachers behind the endzone! The crowd was way to big for that stadium. People standing in the isles, and Tomball people had to go over to the Collins side that was overflow as well. So I have no clue as to why there was no temporary bleachers set up. The Woodlands had the smarts to do it for their game against Lufkin over 11,000 in a soldout stadium Friday. If Tomball people dont like being viewed as a sub par program do the little things that other schools do. Average people who dont have kids playing or in band arent going to go to the games if its a hassle or impossible to find somewhere to sit, not that going to 42-0 games is enticing either but the sitting arrangement didnt help the cause.

  • As for the game itself The energy from the big crowd from it disappeared bout 4 seconds into the game as the opening kickoff was fumbled and Klein Collins turned it into a TD, Then a couple of drops and ONE 1st down the whole game. I dont know if this was much of a let down as compared to a wake up call, Its not going to get any easier, as this was the 1st game of 4 in a row of the teams in my preseason picks to make the playoffs in this district. But anyways here the a video of the highlights or lowlights from the game Friday Its a handheld camera so its not very good but you can see how large the crowd is on the Tomball side, and really that was the only thing worth seeing

  • Is there anything Andrew Luck cant do!!! WOW BIG HIT!!!!

  • Woodlands vs Lufkin was yet another classic battle from a SOLD OUT , Woodforest Stadium, and unlike Tomball, The Woodlands had the smarts to put in Temporary Bleachers behind the endzone. Lasco returned from injury with a vengeance. Rushing for over 160 yards and a couple of TD’s Which was good to see because at the state 7on7 tourney over the summer that Lufkin team was really talking trash about what was going to happen to him, when they played this season. Lufkin was a lil short handed with their star RB being out with an injury But with the talent they have the couldnt have been much drop off. But watch the highlights below

Good to see LSU win with two Texans and I consider them Houston players cause they are close QB Jarrett Lee (Brenham, H.S) and Terrence Tolliver (Hempstead. H.S.) both on the game winning play and how bout that fake field goal!!

SEASON TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 6 (13-2)
SEASON (74-16)

COLLEGE (against the points spread)
WEEK 6 (10-4-1)
SEASON (50-35-1)

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 5 (7-6) blah
SEASON (35-32-4)

BETTING REVIEW

COLLEGE

LOSE $110 Middle Tenn St. (-3.5) VS Troy
LOSE $110 Wisconsin (-21.5) vs Minnesota
WIN $100 Illinois (+9) vs Penn State
WIN $100 Georgia (-11.5) vs Tennessee
WIN $100 South Carolina (+7) vs Alabama
LOSE $110 Florida International (-9.5) vs Western Kentucky
WIN $100 Kentucky (+6) vs Auburn
WIN $100 Georgia Tech (-10) vs West Virginia
WIN $100 Michigan State (+4.5) vs Michigan
LOSE $110 Colorado (+12) vs Missouri
WIN $100 California vs UCLA
WIN $100 LSU (+6.5) vs FloridaNFL
LOSE $110 Buffalo (-2.5) vs Jacksonville
WIN $100 Tampa Bay (+6.5) vs Cincinnati
WIN $100 Washington (+3) vs Green Bay
WIN $100 Baltimore (-7.5) vs Denver

TOTAL WEEK 6 +$550
TOTAL SEASON +$1,955

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK

#18 Wisconsin Badgers vs #1 Ohio St. Buckeyes
7pm Saturday October 16th Camp Randall Stadium Wisconsin

Photobucket John Clay Wisconsin
Terrelle Pryor Ohio State QB                                        John Clay Wisconsin RB

Just like last week with South Carolina vs Alabama, The number one ranked team is going into hostile territory. And another upset is a real possibility Here is the write up from espn.com

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio State Buckeyes have waltzed through their first six opponents on the way to becoming No. 1.
With a game on Saturday at No. 18 Wisconsin, staying there will be much harder.
“It’s good to be No. 1, but if we don’t play like it every week, then all the hype will be for naught,” linebacker Brian Rolle said.
Not everyone believes the Buckeyes deserve to be No. 1. Critics point out that by the middle of October, the Buckeyes have played exactly one game away from their home stadium. Also, they haven’t tackled anyone currently ranked in the Associated Press Top 25. (Miami was 12th at the time they lost in Columbus to the Buckeyes, but has since plummeted out of sight.)
At the same time, Ohio State fans are up in arms that mock Bowl Championship Series rankings a week before the first BCS list is released has the Buckeyes fifth. That is due to being downgraded by computers that take a dim view of the Buckeyes’ (lack of) strength of schedule (Marshall, Ohio, Eastern Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Miami) and drop them way down below the TCUs and Boise States of the world in that category.
But a lot of the questions and doubts about Ohio State (6-0, 2-0 Big Ten) and its rise to the top spot in the polls should be answered this week when the Buckeyes head for Madison, Wis.
The Badgers (5-1, 1-1) are good and particularly good at home. They’ve gone 40-4 at Camp Randall Stadium since the start of the 2004 season. What’s more, the game is at night, allowing an already rambunctious student section to get even more fired up for the big showdown. The Badgers have won 25 of their last 28 night games.
Linebacker Ross Homan said, “Playing there is so tough. You have to battle through a lot.”
An environment like that intimidates some opponents and energizes others.
“I remember we went to Wisconsin my sophomore year,” Rolle said, reflecting on the 2008 game. “It was ridiculous. I believe that student section is the best in the country.”
The product on the field isn’t bad, either.
Led by senior quarterback Scott Tolzien and tailbacks John Clay and James White, the Badgers are physical and tough and rank fourth in he Big Ten in total offense at 450 yards per game. It’ll be a huge test for Ohio State’s defense in particular.
“They know what they’re heading into,” Ohio State coach Jim Tressel said.
Buckeyes quarterback Terrelle Pryor shared Big Ten offensive player of the week honors with Clay, passing for a career-high 334 yards (24 of 30, 3 TDs) in a 38-10 rout of Indiana. Wisconsin is a red-letter game for him and his teammates.
“Without a doubt,” he said. “It’s always circled on the calendar — especially when it’s at Camp Randall. Every Big Ten game is a challenge. The last time I was there, it was a great experience for me.”
Pryor was a callow freshman, making just his third collegiate start, at Wisconsin in 2008. He led the Buckeyes on two fourth-quarter scoring drives, capped by his own 11-yard touchdown sprint around left end with 1:08 remaining, to end Wisconsin’s 16-game home winning streak, 20-17.
The game also means a lot to Wisconsin, which has only lost to No. 13 Michigan State two weeks ago. One more defeat and the Badgers will be pretty much out of the Big Ten title hunt.
“It’s going to be a huge step up (in competition), just because year in and year out, those guys are the best of the best,” Tolzien said. “They’re super talented and really well coached and physical and all those things that great teams are. We’re going to have our hands full, and we truly need to really lock in.”
Pryor has never forgotten the crowd as it danced, leaped and swayed in unison to the “Jump Around” song heading into the fourth quarter.
“The place JUMPS,” he said with a grin, shaking his head.
It’s the kind of atmosphere — “Jump Around” is performed by the aptly named House of Pain — that No. 1 teams have to get used to on the road.

WELL WITH IT BEING A NIGHT GAME YOU KNOW THE STUDENT SECTION IS GONNA BE TANKED SO THIS TRADITION SHOULD BE ESPECIALLY CRAZY CHECK IT OUT

BET WISCONSIN (+4)

TOES PICK
WISCONSIN: 24
OHIO STATE: 17

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK

KLEIN COLLINS TIGERS (6-0) vs KLEIN BEARKATS (6-0)
FRIDAY October 15th 7:00pm Klein Memorial
PhotobucketKlein Collins David Santos Nebraska Commit

Keshawn Hill, Klein RB                 David Santos, Klein Collins LB
                                                              (Nebraska Commit)

Seem like every week there is a game of the week in this district. Klein in my opinion has the best chance to beat Klein Collins, Klein plays real smart dont make a lot of mistakes no penalties no turnovers, ball control offense. Klein didnt really look too impressive at the game I was at last week against Spring. Klein should be able to handle them but I’ll take Collins in a close one

TOES PICK:
KLEIN : 21
KLEIN COLLINS: 24

TOMBALL COUGARS (5-1) vs DEKANEY WILDCATS (5-1)
7PM FRIDAY OCT. 15TH GEORGE STADIUM (SPRING)

Tomball Malcolm ScottPhotobucket
Tomball Malcolm Scott (SR Safety)                                   Dekaney Trey Williams (Junior RB)

Dekaney comes into this game with revenge on their mind with what happened last year in Tomball, you can actually say that game was why Dekaney was sitting at home during playoff time. Tomball looked downright awful last week against a much superior opponent. Dekaney comes in off an impressive victory over Klein Oak. Dekaney in my preseason picks (which you can see if you scroll all the way down) I picked to finish 2nd in the district, when most places had them pick 5th or 6th. So I really like Dekaney more than others. Dekaney has also played that same team that throttled Tomball, Klein Collins, against Klein Collins Dekaney had them on the ropes leading by a Touchdown with 5 minutes to play before giving up 2 late touchdown passes of 56 and 84 yards to lose by a touchdown. And Junior Running Back Trey Williams had over 200 yards rushing against them with Tomball as a team had something like 20. Dekaney isnt much on passing the ball. But they do have a slippery QB and the last time Tomball played a good agile QB was Spring and they had trouble stopping him. So I think that puts some real pressure on them. The two safeties are going to have tackle well and turn those would be 50-60 yard touchdown runs into 7-8 yard gains, and last week they didnt do that. But most the season they have been doing that so Im optimistic that they can here but this will be the best RB they face all year. On offense Tomball should be able to have their moments. But I dont think it will be enough to keep up with Dekaney

TOES PICK:
TOMBALL: 17
DEKANEY: 38

DISTRICT  13-5A                                   REMAINING GAMES
1. Klein                                    3-0                                                Klein Collins, Dekaney, Tomball, Klein Oak
2. Klein Collins                 3-0                                                Klein, Klein Forest, Westfield, Spring
3. Tomball                           2-1                                                 Dekaney, Klein Oak, Klein, Klein Forest
4. Dekaney                          2-1                                                  Tomball, Klein, Klein Forest, Westfield
5. Westfield                         1-2                                                  Klein Oak, Spring, Klein Collins, Dekaney
6. Klein Oak                        1-2                                                  Westfield, Tomball, Spring, Klein
7. Klein Forest                 0-3                                                  Spring, Klein Collins, Dekaney, Tomball
8. Spring                              0-3                                                   Klein Forest, Westfield, Klein Oak, Klein Collins

Here is the way Tomball would get the most help this week
Klein Collins over Klein (probable)
Westfield over Klein Oak (toss up)
Spring over Klein Forest (not likely) though this game is pretty irrelevant

TOES 15 HIGH SCHOOL PICKS
1. Dekaney over Tomball
2. The Woodlands over Oak Ridge (THURS)
3. CY Ranch over Cy Springs
4. Klein Collins over Klein
5. Cy Falls over Cy Fair
6. College Park over Conroe
7. Cy Woods over Langham Creek
8. Cinco Ranch over Strake Jesuit
9. Beaumont West Brook over North Shore
10. Pearland over Clear Creek
11. Brenham over Montgomery
12. Magnolia West over Magnolia
13. Cy Creek over Cy Lakes (SAT)
14. Klein Oak over Westfield (SAT)
15. Klein Forest over Spring (SAT)

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK

ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS @ AUBURN TIGERS
SATURDAY OCTOBER 16th Auburn 2:30pm TV:CBS,

PhotobucketCam Newton Auburn

Ryan Mallett Arkansas QB                                         Cam Newton Auburn QB
Texas H.S. Texarkana                                                  Florida/Blinn College Transfer

Auburn is coming in barely escaping at Kentucky last week with a Victory. Arkansas only scores 24 points on Texas A&M last week. Last year matchup saw Arkansas blow out Auburn 44-23, But Cam Newton has been leading an offense by running with his legs, and surprisingly throwing the ball as well. I guess it shouldnt be too surprised the Florida folks seen his arm strength when he threw the stolen laptop from his dorm room window when campus police was knocking on the door to search his room and that led to him getting kicked out, and then going to Brenham to Blinn College Cam Newton though has played pretty well since leaving Florida, But these close calls arent going to go their way every week. But my numbers are saying bet Auburn (-3.5), and its rare that I bet a favorite in the SEC so we will see how this one goes

TOES PICK
ARKANSAS: 20
AUBURN: 28

COLLEGE PICKS (against the point spread)
1. Hawaii (+6.5) @ Nevada
2. Wisconsin (+4) vs Ohio State
3. Iowa (-3.5) @ Michigan
4. California (+2.5) vs USC
5. Auburn (-3) vs Arkansas
6. Illinois (+7) vs Michigan State
7. Kentucky (+5) vs South Carolina
8. Tulsa (-18.5) vs Tulane
9. Nebraska (-10) vs Texas
10. W. Michigan (+24) @ Notre Dame
11. UNLV (+3.5) @ Colorado St.
12. Idaho (-1.5) vs LA Tech
13. Maryland (+14.5) vs Clemson
14. UTEP (+2.5) vs UAB 
15. East Carolina (+7.5) vs N.C. State

NFL GAME OF THE WEEK
MINNESOTA VIKINGS vs DALLAS COWBOYS
Roy Williams CowboysRandy Moss Vikings

Roy Williams Cowboys WR                                                Randy Moss Vikings WR

What was supposed to be a NFC Champioship preview has been reduced to a Battle to keep playoff hopes alive, Dallas comes in off a devastating loss to my Tennessee Titans and like usual people are screaming for Wade Phillips head. But here is one thing I can pretty much promise, and that is the time of Wade Phillips being fired, and that is the week of the Super Bowl, cause Jerry Jones is an attention whore and wants to take away from the teams that will be playing in the Super Bowl cause the Cowboys certainly wont be there. As for the game this week I like the Vikings

1. Baltimore (+3) @ New England
2. Minnesota (-1.5) vs Dallas
3. NY Jets (-3) @ Denver
4. Tampa Bay (+4.5) vs New Orleans
5. Atlanta (+3) @ Philadelphia
6. San Francisco (-6.5) vs Oakland
7. Washington (+3) vs Indianapolis
8. Detroit (+10.5) @ NY Giants
9. Chicago (-6) vs Seattle
10. Cleveland (+13.5) vs Pittsburgh
11. Houston (-4.5) vs Kansas City
12. Green Bay (-3) vs Miami
13. San Diego (-8.5) vs St. Louis 
as always never pick nor bet on the titans game

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2 Comments »

  1. Hey! Thank you for the picture of my son! Looks GREAT. Also, looks like Tomball upsets Dekaney AGAIN (we weren’t here last year so I am not sure what happened). Hope you were there in the stands tonight, this was a game even you couldn’t even write the script. Never underestimate the underdog uh? lol. I do enjoy your site and often watch it. See you next week…

    Comment by Shannen Scott — October 16, 2010 @ 12:33 AM | Reply

  2. Well dang your prediction was wrong about the Tomball vs Dekaney game!

    Comment by dillon duarte — October 16, 2010 @ 9:38 PM | Reply


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