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November 22, 2010

TOES’ WEEK 13 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

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WEEK 13 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

I recently looked at this blog and all my past one’s on a cell phone then on a smaller sized window on a computer screen and the layout looks like crap, so if you are looking at this maximize the window on the computer screen!! that way the lay out and picture and videos are in the correct spot and looks good and organized!!

HIGHLIGHTS OF TOMBALL VS AUSTIN ANDERSON

HERE’S A VIDEO OF THE CROWD AT THE EULESS TRINITY vs ALLEN GAME OVER 40,000 BUT DIDNT BREAK 50,000 LIKE I THOUGHT IT WOULD AND LIKE ALWAYS IT WAS A CLASSIC 37-35 EULESS TRINITY

SO THIS IS HOW TEXAS A&M PLAYS FOOTBALL REALLY HE PROBABLY PRACTICES THIS ON THE SCOUT TEAM IN THE SHOWERS!!!

WHAT CAN’T HOUSTON’S OWN ANDREW LUCK DO??? WHAT A RUN!! AS THE NIKE COMMERCIAL SAYS “BOOOOMMM”!!!! WATCH THIS RUN!!!

SEASON TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

PLAYOFFS ROUND 1 5A (53-10) 4A (49-15)
PLAYOFFS ROUND 2 5A (20-11 4A (22-10)
REGULAR SEASON (114-21)

COLLEGE (against the points spread)
WEEK 12 (4-6-1)
SEASON (91-78-2)

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 11 (3-10) you can see why I didnt bet NFL games this week and Monday night still to go
SEASON (64-73-7)

BETTING REVIEW

COLLEGE
WIN $100 Wisconsin (-4) vs Michigan
LOSE $110 Indiana (+10.5) vs Penn St.
WIN $100 Rice (+8) vs ECU
WIN $100 Ole Miss (+14.5) vs LSU
PUSH Iowa (+3) vs Ohio St
LOSE $110 Northwestern (+8) vs Illinois
WIN $100 Western Michigan (+3) vs Kent St.

WIN $100 UTEP (+18) vs Tulsa
LOSE $110 Kansas St. (-2.5) vs Colorado
LOSE $110 USC (-3) vs Oregon St.
LOSE $110 Nebraska (-2.5) vs Texas A&M
LOSE $110 Vanderbilt (+8.5) vs Tennessee

NFL
STAYED AWAY FROM NFL GAMES THIS WEEK

TOTAL WEEK 12 =
TOTAL SEASON= +$1,280

OVERALL (nfl, ncaa, high school) GAME OF THE WEEK
Auburn Tigers vs Alabama Crimson Tide
2:30pm Friday Nov. 26th Bryant-Denny Stadium (Alabama)

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Mark Ingram Alabama RB Cam Newton Auburn QB

Auburn has to win this game stay in the BCS National Championship game. But Alabama has the defense and the offense to beat Auburn. They can pound the ball against Auburn’s weak defense play keep away from Auburn and control the clock and even Cam has the ball Alabama has the team speed to stop him from running. I just can see Auburn winning this one on the road. And an Auburn loss would open the door for Boise St. or TCU and all the chaos of the one loss teams

TOES PICK
AUBURN: 21
ALABAMA: 27

HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK

(12-0) Katy Tigers vs (11-1) North Shore Mustangs
1pm Saturday Nov. 27th Pasadena Memorial Stadium (Pasadena)
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Here is a story on Katy RB Donovonn Young

Here are some Highlights from their game in Week 1 to open the season

In a rematch from Week 1 North Shore and Katy meet once again and the 1st meeting wasnt so pretty. Katy dominated North Shore from the get go. Then North Shore made a couple of mistakes and that just added fuel to the fire and the final score was 44-6. I think North Shore can fix the mistakes and they have improved since that loss winning every game since. But Katy is a machine and it looking like it cant be stopped

TOES PICK:
KATY: 35
NORTH SHORE: 17

TOMBALL COUGARS vs LONGVIEW LOBOS
7pm SATURDAY NOV. 27th Baylor Floyd Casey Stadium (Waco)
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#32 Malcom Scott       #40 Kevin Jackson,         Longview QB #8 Robertson,              #42 Cole Field,           #16 Raymel Stevenson
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Longview QB #8 Ladarrin Robertson (Texas Tech Commit),                                    # 7 J’Haston Faggins

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TOMBALL’S OFFENSIVE LINE

Tomball last week played a great game against Austin Anderson. Moved the ball well on offense both through the air and on the ground. Defense played great as well. But this week comes a different beast . Longview the last two years has made it to the 4A state championship game losing to Lake Travis both times. This year Longview has played one of the toughest schedules I have seen in quite some time, it’s a who’s who in High School football. They have lost 4 but look who they beat and lost to Longview beat Desoto (still alive in D1 bracket, Abilene (last years state champion) they have lost to excellent teams (Allen, Lufkin, John Tyler, North Mesquite) all have been in the top 10 in state at some point. So that record definitely should be thrown away when it comes to this game. Longview comes in off a dominant performance last week against South Garland They held them to two 1st downs the whole 1st half. And basically eliminated South Garland’s rushing attack. This is gonna be the fastest defense Tomball has played all year. Their best player on defense is safety Joe Brown he is always around the ball and can lay the wood to somebody. On Offense its all about their QB #8 LaDarrin Robertson 6-2 205lbs (a Texas Tech Commit). He wont play QB at Texas Tech most likely a WR or DB. But Robertson a dual threat at QB he can tuck it and run and he has the arm and accuracy to spread the field. only has 4 interceptions all regular season. He is very careful with the ball and would rather take off and use his legs. Then they have 2 -3 running backs that will get carries the major one is junior #7 J’Haston Faggins a stout speedster. Should be a pretty good game so head out to waco to check it out.
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1st game of the season Longview had a pretty good Brawl with Marshall check it out

Longview season preview video with the new QB

Highlights of Longview’s victory over defending State Champion Abilene

Longview’s victory over Tyler Lee

TOES PICK: (no pick) wont be picking any Tomball games in the playoffs
There’s over 1,200 high schools in Texas and now over 1.000 of them are sitting at home you cant really be nit picking or critical of anything from here on out just enjoy it while it last

HERE ARE THE 5A 4A BRACKETS MY PICKS ARE THE TEAMS THAT ARE UNDERLINED!!

Class 5A: Division 1
Region I:
Midland (11-1), vs. Coppell (12-0), 2:00 Saturday at Midland’s Grand Comm. Stadium
Arlington Martin (9-3), vs. Euless Trinity (12-0), 7:30 Friday at UT-Arlington’s Maverick Stadium
Region II:
DeSoto (10-2), vs. Austin Bowie (8-4), 6:00 Saturday at Round Rock’s Reeves Complex
A&M Consolidated (11-1), vs. RR Stony Point (12-0), 7:00 Saturday at Waco ISD Stadium
Region III:
Katy (12-0), vs. GP North Shore (11-1), 1:00 Saturday at Pasadena’s Memorial Stadium
Houston Cy-Creek (9-3), vs. Pearland (12-0), 1:00 Saturday at Baytown’s Stallworth Stadium
Region IV:
SA Stevens (9-3), vs. Harlingen (12-0), 6:00 Friday at CC Calallen HS
SA Wagner (6-6) (12-0), vs. Edinburg (10-2), 8:00 Saturday at San Antonio’s Alamodome
CLASS 5A Division II:
Region I:
Abilene Cooper (11-1), vs. Denton Guyer (8-3), 1:00 Saturday at Cowboys Stadium
Abilene (9-3), vs. SL Carroll (9-3), 4:00 Saturday at Cowboys Stadium
Region II:
Longview (8-4), vs. Tomball (10-2), 7:00 Saturday at Waco’s Floyd Casey Stadium
Leander (7-5), vs. Mesquite Horn (8-4), 1:30 Saturday at Waco’s Floyd Casey Stadium
Region III:
Houston Cy-Woods (9-3), vs. LC Clear Creek (9-3), 6:00 Saturday at Houston’s Turner Stadium
Houston Memorial (7-5), vs. PA Memorial (9-3), 1:00 Saturday at Galena Park ISD Stadium
Region IV:
Cibolo Steele (10-2), vs. McAllen Memorial (9-3), 5:00 Friday at Laredo’s Student Activity Center
SA MacArthur (11-1), vs. Laredo Alexander (10-2), 4:00 Saturday at San Antonio’s Alamodome
Class 4A: Division 1
Region I:
WF Rider (8-4), vs. Birdville (9-3), 2:00 Saturday at Bedford’s Pennington Field
Denton Ryan (12-0), vs. Hewitt Midway (12-0), 1:00 Friday at Cowboys Stadium
Region II:
Wylie (9-3), vs. West Mesquite (10-2), 4:00 Friday at Cowboys Stadium
Carrollton Newman Smith (7-5) vs. Tyler John Tyler (11-1), 2:00 Saturday at Waco ISD Stadium
Region III:
Montgomery (11-1), vs. Pearland Dawson (8-4), 1:00 Saturday at Humble’s Turner Stadium
Humble (11-1), vs. Friendswood (11-1), 2:00 Saturday at Houston’s Thorne Stadium
Region IV:
Cedar Park (12-0), vs. Weslaco East (11-1), 4:00 Friday at SA’s Alamodome
Austin Lake Travis (10-2), vs. Victoria East (11-1), Noon Saturday at SA’s Alamodome
CLASS 4A: DIVISION 2
Region I:
Hereford (9-3), vs. Aledo (12-0), 7:00 Friday at Sweetwater’s Mustang Bowl
Canyon Randall (10-2), vs. Stephenville (9-3), 5:00 Friday at Midland’s Grande Comm. Stadium
Region II:
Frisco Liberty (12-0), vs. Bastrop (9-3), 7:00 Friday at Cowboys Stadium
Highland Park (12-0), vs. Mesquite Poteet (10-2), 7:00 Saturday at Cowboys Stadium
Region III:
Dayton (9-3), vs. La Marque (8-3), 2:00 Saturday at Houston’s Tully Stadium
Port Neches-Grove (8-4), vs. Manvel (10-2), 7:00 Saturday at Baytown’s Stallworth Stadium
Region IV:
SA Alamo Heights (10-2), vs. CC Calallen (11-1), 5:00 Friday at SA Alamo Heights
Boerne Champion (11-1), vs. PL Calhoun (9-3), Noon Friday at San Antonio’s Alamodome
Class 3A: DIVISION 1
Lub. Cooper (9-3), vs. Alvarado (11-1), 7:30 Friday at Wichita Falls’ Memorial Stadium
Lovejoy (11-1), vs. Henderson (10-2), 7:30 Friday at Mesquite’s Hanby Stadium
Tyler Chapel Hill (11-1), vs. Navasota (10-2), 7:30 Friday at Waco ISD Stadium
Somerset (10-2), vs. West Columbia (11-1), 7:00 Saturday at Houston’s Berry Center
CLASS 3A DIVISION 2
Region I:
Borger (7-4), vs. Brownwood (12-0), 7:30 Friday at Abilene’s Shotwell Stadium
Monahans (12-0), vs. Snyder (10-2), 6:00 Friday at San Angelo Stadium
Region II:
Argyle (12-0), vs. Gilmer (9-3), 2:00 Saturday at Ennis
Madison (11-1), vs. Carthage (10-2), 7:30 Friday at Corsicana
Region III:
Athens (10-2), vs. Brook. Royal (9-3), 7:30 Friday at Waco’s Floyd Casey Stadium
Kirbyville (12-0), vs. Coldspring-Oakhurst (11-1), 6:00 Friday at Beaumont’s Provost Umphrey Stad.
Region IV:
Geronimo Navarro (10-2), vs. Mathis (10-2), 7:30 Friday at Converse
Wimberley (12-0), vs. Sweeny (8-3), 7:30 Friday at Brenham
Class 2A: Division 1
Region I:
Muleshoe (10-1), vs. Wall (11-1), 7:30 Friday at Seminole’s Wig Wam Stadium
Littlefield (10-2), vs. Colorado City (11-0), 7:00 Friday at Lubbock Cooper HS
Region II:
New Boston (10-2), vs. Mineola (9-2), 7:30 Friday at Mount Pleasant
Grandview (10-1), vs. Daingerfield (10-1), 5:00 Saturday at Mesquite Memorial Stadium
Region III:
Tatum (11-0), vs. Crockett (10-1), 7:30 Saturday at Bullard HS
East Chambers (8-3), vs. Cameron Yoe (11-0), 7:30 Friday at Shenandoah’s Woodforest Stadium
Region IV:
Lago Vista (11-0), vs. Marion (8-4), 7:00 Saturday at Austin’s Burger Center
Rice Cons. (7-3), vs. Van. Industrial (9-3), 8:00 Friday at San Antonio’s Alamodome
CLASS 2A: DIVISION 2
Region I:
Sanford-Fitch (9-2), vs. Holliday (8-3), 3:00 Saturday at Amarillo’s Dick Bivins Stadium
Crawford (11-0), vs. Idalou (8-3), 7:30 Friday at Clyde
Region II:
Linden-Kildare (10-2), vs. Omaha Pewitt (8-3), 1:30 Friday at Longview’s Lobo Stadium
Lone Oak (11-0), vs. Gunter (8-4), 2:00 Friday at Princeton HS
Region III:
NL West Rusk (11-0), vs. Arp (6-6), 6:00 Thursday at Longview
Corrigan-Camden (7-4), vs. Lexington (11-0), 7:30 Friday at Fairfield
Region IV:
East Bernard (8-4), vs. Schulenburg (11-0), 7:30 Friday at Giddings
Poth (11-0) , vs. Refugio (11-0), 7:30 Friday at El Campo
Class 1A: DIVISION 1
Canadian (11-0), vs. Quanah (8-4), 2:00 Friday at Canyon’s Kimbrough Memorial Stad.
Albany (11-0), vs. Seymour (8-4), 6:00 Friday at Mineral Wells
Muenster (11-0), vs. Lindsay (9-3), 7:30 Friday at Denton’s C.H. Collins Complex
Clarksville (7-4), va. Mart (9-2), 7:00 Friday at Bullard HS
Normangee (9-3), vs. Big Sandy (8-4), 12:30 Saturday at Corsicana
Garrison (11-0.), vs. Thrall (9-2), 7:30 Friday at Huntsville’s Bowers Stadium
Goldthwaite (9-2), vs. Ganado (11-0), 7:30 Friday at Buda Hays
Shiner (6-6), vs. Mason (11-1), 7:00 Friday at Austin’s Burger Center
CLASS 1A DIVISION 2
Bovina (7-4), vs. Farwell (10-1), 7:00 Friday at Canyon’s Kimbrough Stadium
Plains (11-0), vs. Springlake-Earth (11-1), 7:30 Friday at Lubbock’s Lowery Field
Munday (10-2) vs. Hamlin (9-2), 2:00 Friday at Abilene Wylie HS
Archer City (9-3), vs. Windthorst (10-1), 2:00 Friday at Wichita Falls’ Memorial Stadium
Mount Enterprise (6-5), vs. Chilton (9-3), 2:00 Saturday at Eustace
Bremond (9-2), vs. Tenaha (7-3), 7:30 Friday at Brownsboro
Burton (11-0), vs. Rocksprings (10-1), 7:30 Friday at New Braunfels Canyon HS
Evadale (9-1), vs. Falls City (10-1), 7:30 Friday at Bryan HS
Six-man: Division I:
Follett (11-1), vs. Paducah (9-3), 6:00 Friday at Ama. Highland Park HS
Garden City (12-0), vs. Ira (12-0), 6:00 Saturday at Big Spring
Throckmorton (12-0), vs. Walnut Springs (10-2), 5:30 Saturday at Comanche
Aquilla (9-3), vs. Penelope (10-2), 2:00 Friday at Moody
sIX MAN Division II:
Miami (11-1), vs. Mata. Motley County (7-5), 7:30 Friday at Pampa’s Harvester Field
Sterling City (8-4), vs. Loraine (11-1)
Strawn (8-3), vs. Milford (11-1)
Richland. Springs (12-0), vs. Calvert (10-1), 7:30 Friday at Moody

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK
LSU Tigers @ Arkansas Razorbacks
2:30pm Saturday Nov 27th Razorback Stadium TV: CBS

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Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas Russell Shepard LSU

LSU record to me is one of the biggest shockers of the college football season for a team I though would be flirting with the .500 mark to only have one loss at this point is very surprising. LSU is the 1st team in line of the one loss teams top get a BCS birth and a spot in one of the big bowls games. Last week they surprisingly had a shootout against Ole Miss. I dont know what you take away from that one if your an LSU fan, You happy that your offense put up 43 and won the game for you or confused that your vaunted defense gave up 36 points to a very sub par Ole Miss team. This week they play Arkansas team that can really move the ball. I really like Ryan Mallett. LSU I think is not going to be able to stop Arkansas as much as they need to and the offense wont put enough points against a Arkansas Defense that I think is better than some think.

TOES PICK
LSU: 14
ARKANSAS: 31

COLLEGE PICKS (against the point spread)
1. Kent St. (+3) vs Ohio
2. Bowling Green (+6.5) vs Western Michigan
3. Tulsa (-3.5) vs Southern Mississippi
4. Arkansas (-3.5) vs LSU
5. Louisanna Tech (-12) vs San Josale St.
6. USC (-4) vs Notre Dame
7. Arkansas St. (+5) vs Florida Internation
8. Troy St (-14) vs Western Kentucky
9. UNLV (+24) vs San Diego St.
10. Northwestern (+23) @ Wisconsin

NFL GAME OF THE WEEK

Green Bay Packers @ Atlanta Falcons
Sunday November 28th 12pm Georgia Dome TV: FOX
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Aaron Rodgers Packers QB                              Matt Ryan Falcons QB

This game in my opinion is a possible NFC Championship game preview. The two best quarterbacks in the NFC go head to head. If this game was at Lambeau, Id’ go with the Packers. But This one is in Atlanta and Matty Ice plays very well in the Georgia Dome. I’m going with Atlanta with this game being very important for playoff seeding and home field advantage in the playoffs.

1. New England Patriots (-7) @ Detroit Lions
2. Cincinnati Bengals (+9) @ NY Jets
3. New Orleans Saints (-3.5) @ Dallas Cowboys
4. Cleveland (-9.5) vs Carolina
5. Indianapolis (-2.5) vs San Diego
6. Baltimore (-7.5) vs Tampa Bay
7. Minnesota (-2) @ Washington
8. Buffalo (+7) vs Pittsburgh
9. Jacksonville (+7.5) vs NY Giants
10. Philadelphia (-3.5) @ Chicago
11. Atlanta (-2) vs Green Bay
12. Miami (+2.5) vs Oakland
13. Kansas City (-2) vs Seattle
14. St. Louis (+3.5) @ Denver
15. San Francisco (-1) @ Arizona

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