Toes2734 WEEKLY NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS BLOG

December 5, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 15 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: FOOTBALL,Sports — toes2734 @ 7:28 PM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 15 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

  • FRIDAY- Harlingen’s dream season came to an end against San Antonio Madison. Its was a great story and as much as I have bashed “valley” football in the past they made a fan of me this year. Their Crowds and support were outstanding and represent how I think High School Football in Texas should be represented!! I hope a Valley team make it state every year (just not at the expense of a Houston team)

  • The Woodlands season came to an end vs a very talented Dallas Skyline team. The Woodlands gave up a 10 point 4th quarter lead. A Woodlands vs Southlake Carroll game would have been great, (as will a Southlake Skyline game would be) but I was hoping for that game. Here are the highlights of that game

  • ONE OF THE BIGGEST “WHAT WERE YOU THINKING” MOMENTS IN FOOTBALL, I have no idea what he was thinking. Never took a knee, never handed the ball to the ref. Then probably the dumbest things of all he seems to be arguing with the ref, the coach. Man when you do something as horrible as this you run and hide!! This ended up being the winning score in the 28-21 score of the Northern Iowa Wofford 2nd round playoff game

  • Dekaney continued their impressive run in the playoffs beating 13-5A rival Westfield. Dekaney is now the lone 13-5A team in the state. By Playoff runs you would have to consider 13-5A the best 5A district in Texas

IF YOU WANT TO SEE MY PRESEASON PICKS CLICK THIS LINK

https://toes2734.wordpress.com/2011/08/10/toes-2011-nfl-college-high-school-football-season-predictions/

SEASON TOTALS
HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

PLAYOFF PICK RECORD SO FAR through 2nd round

DIVISION 1 DIVISION 2 TOTALS
5A 1) 27-5 (2) 10-6 (3) 6-2 (4)3-1 1) 24-8 (2) 11-5 (3) 5-3 (4) 3-1 89-31=74%
4A 1) 21-11 (2) 12-4 (3) 5-3 (4) 4-0 1) 24-8 (2) 12-4 (3) 6-2 (4) 4-0 88-32=73%
3A 1) 14-2 (2) 6-2 (3) 3-1 (4) 1-1 1) 24-8 (2) 14-2 (3) 5-3 (4) 3-1 70-20=78%
2A 1) 12-4 (2) 14-2 (3) 8-0 (4) 3-1 1) 12-4 (2) 13-3 (3) 5-3 (4) 3-1 57-15=79%
1A 1) 10-6 (2) 12-4 (3) 5-3 (4) 3-1 1) 10-6 (2) 13-3 (3) 7-1 (4) 2-2 64-26=71%
1) 84-28 (2) 54-18 (3)25-9 (4) 14-4 1) 94-34 (2) 63-17 (3) 28-12 (4) 15-5 1) 178-62=74% (2) 117-35=77% (3) 53-21= 72% (4) 29-9 76%

PLAYOFF TOTALS: through 4 rounds 5A-1A 377-127=75%
REGULAR SEASON: (111-39) 74%

COLLEGE (against the point spread)
WEEK 14: 6-3-1
SEASON: (80-66-4) 53.8%

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 13: 6-7
SEASON: (73-66-6) 50.7%

BETTING REVIEW:
WEEK 15 no bets
SEASON: (+$55)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)
ARMY vs NAVY MIDSHIPMEN
Saturday Dec 10rd 2:30p.m.
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If there is a game that deserves its own weekend in the college football world its this one. Army vs Navy, I could try to explain the importance or significance of this game but the Showtime Documentary GAME OF HONOR is amazing and tells the story how it should be told. Watch the preview/making of GAME OF HONOR video I posted below then tune into the actual documentary on the showtime cable channel

The Opening and Making of GAME OF HONOR ARMY vs NAVY (a must see its a amazing documentary) you can see it on SHOWTIME or SHOWTIME ONDEMAND


TOES PICK:
ARMY: 21
NAVY: 28

TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL PLAYOFFS 5th ROUND
GAME OF THE WEEK
(14-0) SOUTHLAKE CARROLL DRAGONS vs (14-0) DALLAS SKYLINE RAIDERS
SATURDAY DEC. 10th 2011 4pm SMU FORD STADIUM
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Its been since 1988 since a Dallas ISD school has made it to the state final. That School was Dallas Carter (the friday night lights team) Skyline hopes to end that drought against Southlake Carroll. The thing about these inner city schools to me is that they always seem to shoot themselves in the foot and make catastrophic mistakes. Skyline almost did that last week against The Woodlands with some costly penalties and spotting a 10 point lead in the 4th quarter. Skyline came back to win and now they get a game against Southlake. Skyline has the most talent in the state when it comes to D1 college players, as any school with over 4,600 kids should. Southlake and their 2,600 enrollment makes the most of what it has great coaching great hardworking athletes should be a great close game extremely similar to the Skyline The Woodlands game last week. Either team can win, maybe the last team with the ball down to the wire.

TOES PICK:
SOUTHLAKE CARROLL: 35
DALLAS SKYLINE: 34

CLASS 5A DIVISION I

Southlake Carroll (14-0) vs. Dallas Skyline (14-0) , 4 p.m. Saturday, Dallas’ SMU Ford Stadium

Fort Bend Hightower (12-2) vs. SA Madison (10-4), 4 p.m. Saturday, San Antonio Alamodome

CLASS 5A DIVISION II

Spring Dekaney (11-2) vs. Mansfield Timberview (11-2), 2 p.m. Saturday
Port Arthur Memorial (13-1) vs. Cibolo Steele (14-0), 1 p.m. Saturday, Houston
CLASS 4A DIVISION I
Hewitt Midway vs. John Tyler, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Corsicana
Pearland Dawson vs. Lake Travis, 8:00 p.m. Friday, Alamodome
CLASS 4A DIVISION II

Aledo vs. Corsicana, TBD Friday, Mesquite Memorial Stadium
Manvel vs. CC Calallen, noon Saturday, Alamodome
Class 3A: Division I State Final
Alvarado vs. Tyler Chapel Hill, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Cowboys Stadium
Class 3A Division II
Monahans vs. Argyle, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Abilene Wylie
Coldspring-Oakhurst vs. Wimberley, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bastrop
Class 2A: Division I
Muleshoe vs. Melissa, 7:00 p.m. Friday, Sweetwater
Tatum vs. Hempstead, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Waco ISD Stadium
Class 2A: Division II
Cisco vs. Corsicana Mildred, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mansfield’s Newsom Stadium
Lexington vs. Refugio, 7:30 p.m. Friday, San Antonio’s Heroes Stadium
Class 1A:Division I
Stamford vs. Mart, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Brownwood
Garrison vs. Mason, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Waco’s Floyd Casey Stadium
Class 1A: Division II
Wellington vs. Munday, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Childress
Tenaha vs. Burton, 7:30 p.m. Friday, A&M Consolidated

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK
NO GAME THIS WEEK BOWL PREDICTIONS COME NEXT WEEK!!

NFL GAME OF THE WEEK
DALLAS COWBOYS vs NEW YORK GIANTS
SUNDAY DEC. 11th 7pm Cowboys Stadium
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This game in most likelihood a playoff elimination game as for whoever loses this one is gonna need some help to get in. Dallas lost a heartbreaker to Arizona. As inconsistent as Dallas has played, New York has even been worse give me Dallas in this one. Also of note one thing I hate is excessive and repetitive crowd shots of people. Namely famous people (actors/actresses and player parents/girlfriends) but the one thing I cant see enough of is when Dallas is losing and they show owner Jerry Jones and his son in that owner box squirming with that lost look on their faces

TOES PICK:
DALLAS COWBOYS: 27
NEW YORK GIANTS: 14

NFL PICKS no particular order
WEEK 14 NFL PREDICTIONS (against the spread)

WEEK 14 PICKS WEEK 13 PICKS & RESULTS
1. Cincinnati Bengals (-3) vs Houston Texans
2. Oakland Raiders (+11) @ Green Bay Packers
3. Indianapolis Colts (+16.5) @ Baltimore Ravens
4. Cleveland Browns (+14) @ Pittsburgh Steelers
5. New England Patriots (-8) @ Washington Redskins
6. Kansas City Chiefs (+10.5) @ NY Jets
7. Detroit Lions (-10) vs Minnesota Vikings
8. Philadelphia Eagles (+3) @ Miami Dolphins
9. Atlanta Falcons (-3) @ Carolina Panthers
10. Jacksonville Jaguars (+2) vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
11. San Francisco 49ers (-3.5) vs Arizona Cardinals
12. San Diego Chargers (-7) vs Buffalo Bills
13. Dallas Cowboys (-3.5) vs New York Giants
14. St. Louis Rams (+4.5) @ Seattle Seahawks
SEASON TOTALS—>
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December 1, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 14 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: FOOTBALL,Sports — toes2734 @ 1:03 AM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 14 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

  • Texas High School Football at its best, AS I TYPE THIS MONDAY. 6pm there are people camping out to get Tickets for Harlingen’s 4th round Game Friday vs San Antonio Madison in Kingsville, now thats Texas High School football is all about and why people from other states just dont get it!! CHECK OUT THE LINE TWO DAYS BEFORE TICKETS GO ON SALE!!

  • I have always knocked the Rio Grande Valley schools when it comes to the playoffs and being on the same level as the traditional powers but Harlingen has looked the part this year with their non district wins (Abilene, Austin Westlake, and their run through the playoffs) here is their highlights off of San Antonio Warren, They caused Sam Houston State commit Rex Dawson to throw 6 interceptions!! and returned 4 for touchdowns!!! check it out

  • THE BIG LA MARQUE vs OZEN BRAWL, I cant find any kind of video of this at all, If anybody knows of some send me the link or something!!! It looks like it was a pretty wild one judging from the pictures!!

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  • Some people asked me the other day about Concordia Lutheran Crusaders the Private School in Tomball Texas, They made it to their so called “state” title game vs Midland Christian, To me the Private School Football is a joke especially in Houston, They do have some good QB’s here and there but for the large part I say 90% of these players on the teams (Concordia Specifically) are Public School rejects. I’m saying this just from my experience in viewing Concordia and Tomball football games. One player stick out in my mind, from my days at Tomball, he wasn’t gonna touch the field as a Tomball Cougar, I mean literally would not of touched the field even in blowout victories, so he transfers to Concordia and makes all-state for private schools! What a joke!!!! But anyways if your into the Private Schools they play their state finals this weekend. Concordia vs Midland Christian in Kileen, but if your gonna drive all the way out to Kileen you might of well go to Waco instead on Saturday, Where The Woodlands and Dallas Skyline play thats gonna be a game! There will be around 15 Division 1 football players on the field.
  • This is THE GREATEST TOUCHDOWN CELEBRATION EVER!!! Stevie Johnson gets Plaxico Burress with the shooting himself in the leg, THEN, he ge gets Santonio Holmes with the Jet crash and burn LOL !!!!

  • THE WOODLANDS continued their great run through the playoffs he is thehighlights vs Mesquite with a 24-6 victory

  • CATCH OF THE YEAR RIGHT HERE!!!

  • You would be hard pressed to find anyone in Texas having a better show in the playoffs than Dekaney RB and Texas A&M Commit Trey Williams, he is turning it up a notch in the playoffs look at these highlight runs in a BIG upset over Longview (my state finalist pick) Dekaney plays Westfield in the regional final on Saturday in Humble

  • SPEAKING OF PLAYOFFS
    • LA PORTE UPSETS KATY,
    • ARLINGTON MARTIN UPSETS EULESS TRINITY
    • DEKANEY UPSETS LONGVIEW
    • HEWITT MIDWAY UPSETS DENTON RYAN

IF YOU WANT TO SEE MY PRESEASON PICKS CLICK THIS LINK

https://toes2734.wordpress.com/2011/08/10/toes-2011-nfl-college-high-school-football-season-predictions/

SEASON TOTALS
HIGH SCHOOL PICKS
PLAYOFF PICK RECORD SO FAR through 3nd round

DIVISION 1 DIVISION 2 TOTALS
5A 1) 27-5 (2) 10-6 (3) 6-2 1) 24-8 (2) 11-5 (3) 5-3 83-29=74%
4A 1) 21-11 (2) 12-4 (3) 5-3 1) 24-8 (2) 12-4 (3) 6-2 80-32=71%
3A 1) 14-2 (2) 6-2 (3) 3-1 1) 24-8 (2) 14-2 (3) 5-3 66-18=81%
2A 1) 12-4 (2) 14-2 (3) 8-0 1) 12-4 (2) 13-3 (3) 5-3 51-13=79%
1A 1) 10-6 (2) 12-4 (3) 5-3 1) 10-6 (2) 13-3 (3) 7-1 58-23=72%
1) 84-28 (2) 54-18 (3)25-9 1) 94-34 (2) 63-17 (3) 28-12 1) 178-62=74% (2) 117-35=77% (3) 53-21= 72%

PLAYOFF TOTALS: through 2 rounds 5A-1A 348-118=75%
REGULAR SEASON: (111-39) 74%

COLLEGE (against the point spread)
WEEK 13: no picks
SEASON: (77-63-3) 53.8%

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 12: no picks
SEASON: (67-59-6) 50.7%

BETTING REVIEW:
WEEK 12 no bets
SEASON: (+$55)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)
Aledo Bearcats (11-2) vs. Stephenville Yellow Jackets (11-2),
Dec 3rd 3 p.m. Saturday, Midlothian
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This game is a rematch from a non district contest from earlier in the year and what a game it was. (check the video below) The Winner of this game has to be the huge favorite to win the State Title. Aledo Jonathan Gray (Texas Commit) vs Stephenville and Aiavion Edwards (Baylor Commit) offense is gonna be the name of this game just like the 1st game. Which Defense can make 1 or 2 stops takes this one. I picked Aledo in my preseason picks so I got to ride with them.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THEIR SEASON OPENING GAME 48-47 STEPHENVILLE VICTORY

TOES PICK:
ALEDO: 48
STEPHENVILLE: 41

TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL PLAYOFFS 4th ROUND
5A GAME OF THE WEEK
(12-1) ARLINGTON MARTIN vs (13-0) SOUTHLAKE CARROLL DRAGONS
SATURDAY DEC. 3rd 2011 6pm SMU FORD STADIUM
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Southlake Carroll has been looking like the Carroll teams from the 2000’s Junior QB Kenny Hill has been doing it with his arm and his feet. Arlington Martin played Giant Killer and beat Euless Trinity last week. Putting up a strong performance against Trinity’s ground game. This Week they take on Carroll’s air attack. The weather might play a role in this one as its a evening game on Saturday and it could be quite windy and pretty chilly for this one. But it has been like that the last two rounds, and Southlake is still alive. Arlington Martin has too much Division 1 talent on both sides of the ball, I got to go with them. Although I’m pulling for southlake

TOES PICK:
SOUTHLAKE CARROLL: 24
ARLINGTON MARTIN: 31

CLASS 5A DIVISION I

State Quarterfinals

Southlake Carroll (13-0) vs. Arlington Martin (12-1), 6 p.m. Saturday, Dallas’ Ford Stadium

Dallas Skyline (13-0) vs. The Woodlands (12-1), 4 p.m. Saturday, Waco ISD Stadium
Fort Bend Hightower (11-2) vs. Pearland (11-2), 4 p.m. Saturday, Houston’s Tully Stadium
Harlingen (13-0) vs. SA Madison (9-4), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Kingsville

CLASS 5A DIVISION II
State Quarterfinals
Abilene (10-3) vs. Mansfield Timberview (11-2), 2 p.m. Saturday, Denton’s Collins Complex
Spring Dekaney (11-2) vs. Spring Westfield (10-3), 2 p.m. Saturday, Humble’s Turner Stadium
La Porte (12-1) vs. Port Arthur Memorial (12-1), 1 p.m. Saturday, Houston’s Reliant Stadium
Cibolo Steele (13-0) vs. SA Reagan (12-1), 5 p.m. Saturday, San Antonio’s Heroes Stadium

4A GAME OF THE WEEK
REGION 4 SEMI FINALS
(13-0) LAKE TRAVIS CAVALIERS vs (11-2) CEDAR PARK TIMBERWOLVES
SATURDAY DEC. 3rd 2011 Royal-Memorial Stadium University of Texas
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Lake Travis has been destroying teams so far in the playoffs, Cedar Park their district rivals have been the only ones to play them close in recent years and I expect this game to be the same way. But Lake Travis and their drive for 5 holds strong and the pull this one out

BOTH TEAMS ROUND 3 HIGHLIGHTS AND PREVIEW

TOES PICK:
LAKE TRAVIS: 28
CEDAR PARK: 24

CLASS 4A DIVISION I
State Quarterfinals
WF Rider (10-3) vs. Hewitt Midway (11-2), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mansfield’s Newsom Stadium
Sherman (10-3) vs. Tyler (10-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dallas’ Ford Stadium
Angleton (13-0) vs. Pearland Dawson (11-2), 1 p.m. Saturday, Pearland ISD Stadium
Lake Travis (13-0) vs. Cedar Park (11-2), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Austin’s Royal-Memorial Stadium

CLASS 4A DIVISION II
State Quarterfinals
Aledo (11-2) vs. Stephenville (11-2), 3 p.m. Saturday, Midlothian
Corsicana (12-1) vs. Kilgore (9-4), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Forney
La Marque (11-2) vs. Manvel (13-0), 2 p.m. Saturday, Galena Park ISD Stadium
CC Calallen (12-1) vs. Kerrville Tivy (11-2), 2 p.m. Saturday, San Antonio’s Comalander Stadium

3A GAME OF THE WEEK
ARGYLE EAGLES vs GILMER BUCKEYES
FRIDAY DEC. 2nd 2011, Corsicana ISD Stadium
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Argyle QB Austin Aune (TCU Commit) vs Gimer QB Luke Turner (Rice Commit)

Two Tradional Powerhouses, Two Texas Gunslingers at QB going head to head both Division 1 college commits, When you think Texas High School Football this is what you think about! This is what they base the movies and the TV shows and the books on. This is Small Town football at its finest, Argyle was my preseason pick so I’m riding with them

TOES PICK:
ARGYLE: 35
GILMER: 28

CLASS 3A DIVISION I
State Semifinals
Alvarado (13-0) vs. Henderson (11-2), 7 p.m. Friday, Bedford’s Pennington Field
Tyler Chapel Hill (13-0) vs. West Columbia (13-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nacogdoches’ Bryce Stadium

CLASS 3A DIVISION II
State Quarterfinals
Shallowater (11-2) vs. Monahans (11-2), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Midland
Argyle (12-1) vs. Gilmer (13-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Corsicana
West Orange-Stark (10-3) vs. Coldspring-Oakhurst (13-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Humble’s Turner Stadium
Devine (13-0) vs. Wimberley (13-0), 7 p.m. Saturday, San Antonio’s Comalander Stadium

CLASS 2A DIVISION I
State Quarterfinals
Muleshoe (11-1) vs. Eastland (12-0), 7 p.m. Friday, Odessa’s Ratliff Stadium
Melissa (10-1) vs. Daingerfield (10-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Royse City
Crockett (11-1) vs. Tatum (11-2), 7 p.m. Friday, Athens
Blanco (8-5) vs. Hempstead (12-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bastrop

CLASS 2A DIVISION II
State Quarterfinals
Holliday (10-2) vs. Cisco (12-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Springtown
Gunter (10-2) vs. Corsicana Mildred (12-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Garland’s Johnson Stadium
Arp (10-2) vs. Lexington (10-2), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Waco ISD Stadium
Sonora (12-0) vs. Refugio (12-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, San Antonio’s Heroes Stadium
CLASS 1A DIVISION I
State Quarterfinals
Seymour (10-3) vs. Stamford (11-2), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Breckenridge
Muenster (12-0) vs. Mart (10-2), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aledo
Lovelady (11-1) vs. Garrison (11-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Lufkin
Mason (12-0) vs. Shiner (8-5), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Georgetown
CLASS 1A DIVISION II
State Quarterfinals
Springlake-Earth (7-5) vs. Wellington (12-0), 6 p.m. Friday, Amarillo’s Bivins Stadium
Munday (11-2) vs. Windthorst (11-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Wichita Falls’ Memorial Stadium
Mount Enterprise (11-1) vs. Tenaha (11-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Carthage
Burton (11-2) vs. Falls City (10-2), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Buda

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK
LSU TIGERS vs GEORGIA BULLDOGS
SATURDAY DEC 3rd

This really isnt the game of the week, LSU could lose and I still believe they are in the National Championship game, but I dont see them losing this one give me LSU
TOES PICK
LSU: 28
GEORGIA: 10

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)
TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)

WEEK 14 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS
1. Michigan St. (+9.5) vs Wisconsin NO PICK THIS PAST WEEK
2. Southern Miss (+13) @ Houston
3. Georgia (+13.5) vs LSU 
4. Iowa St. (+10.5) vs Kansas State
5. BYU (-8) @ Hawaii
6. Wyoming (-5.5) @ Colorado State
7. Baylor (-3) vs Texas
8. Cincinnati (-8) vs Connecticut
9. New Mexico (+48.5) vs Boise State
10. Virginia Tech (-7) vs Clemson
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 13 NFL PREDICTIONS (against the spread)

WEEK 13 PICKS WEEK 8 PICKS & RESULTS
1. Kansas City Chiefs (+7) @ Chicago Bears NO PICKS THIS PAST WEEK
2. Oakland Raiders (+3) @ Miami Dolphins
3. Cincinnati Bengals (+6.5) @ Pittsburgh Steelers
4. Baltimore Ravens (-6.5) VS Cleveland Browns
5. New Orleans Saints (-9) vs Detroit Lions NO PICKS THIS PAST WEEK
6. Atlanta Falcons (-2.5) @ Houston Texans
7. St. Louis Rams (+13.5) @ San Francisco 49ers
8. Indianapolis Colts (+20.5) @ New England Patriots
9. Minnesota Vikings (-1.5) vs Denver Broncos
10. Arizona Cardinals (+4.5) vs Dallas Cowboys
11. Green Bay Packers (-6.5) @ New York Giants
12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3) vs Carolina Panthers
13. Washington Redskins (+3) vs New York Jets
14. San Diego Chargers (-3) @ Jacksonville Jaguars
SEASON TOTALS—>

November 14, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 12 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: FOOTBALL,Sports — toes2734 @ 11:27 PM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 11 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

  • PRETTY GOOD FOOTBALL WEEKEND IN HOUSTON COMING UP,
    • I’ll be at these 3 places
    • FRIDAY 7pm Katy vs Cy Woods @ Berry Center Cypress
    • SAT. morning ESPN COLLEGE GAMEDAY @ University of Houston
    • SAT. afternoon 4pm Klein Oak vs Austin Westlake @ Klein H.S.
  • FRIDAY- Went to The Woodlands vs Klein Collins playoff game in Humble. The game didnt surprise it was the game to see in the Houston area. The Woodlands Blake Webb an Oklahoma State Commit had a night to remember reeling in 3 long TD’ passes. Klein Collins Shane Rhoades also had an impressive night in the loss, but here are the highlights from that one

  • SATURDAY- now I know I mock praying at football games pretty much every time one happens but this one is good stuff and it did have a purpose. I can’t say anything that hasnt been said about Penn States situation but here is some good video of that prayer before the game saturday

  • SPEAKING OF PRAYER, I am still praying for the day that I find myself in one of these situations, a mob scene with a purpose, and heart, sudden rage and thoughtless actions with no fear of repercussions. I would shine in situations like this!! and be right there leading the way!! I admit its kinda dumb to do but I think its therapeutic for the Penn State people. Its good to let out aggression!! (I also think the should have let Paterno stay till the end of the year!! But here is the highlights of the rioting/mob scene

  • SATURDAY- WHEN Arkansas Joe Adam’s had this crazy punt return it reminded me instantly of the Desean Hales run for Klein Oak against Klein Forest in 2007 check it out they are almost carbon copies of each other!!!

  • SUNDAY PATRIOTS vs JETS Deion Branch Touchdown Celebration with the Fireman ED Jets fan impersonation this was funny as hell to me because I got it. But Im sure most people didnt get it so here is the impersonation and the Ed’s real celebration

FOR MY PRESEASON PREDICTIONS CLICK THIS LINK

https://toes2734.wordpress.com/2011/08/10/toes-2011-nfl-college-high-school-football-season-predictions/
SEASON TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

PLAYOFF PICK RECORD SO FAR through 1 round

DIVISION 1 DIVISION 2
5A  27-5  24-8
4A  21-11  24-8
3A  14-2  24-8
2A  12-4  12-4
1A  10-6  10-6

PLAYOFF TOTALS:
REGULAR SEASON: (111-39)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)
WEEK 10: (8-7)
SEASON: (77-63-3)

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 10: (5-8)
SEASON: (67-59-6)

BETTING REVIEW:

WEEK 9: LOSE $55 Illinois (-1) vs Michigan, WIN $ 50 TCU (+16) vs Boise State
SEASON: (+$50)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)
11-0 ALLEN EAGLES vs 11-0 EULESS TRINITY TROJANS
Saturday Nov. 19th 2pm Dallas Cowboys Stadium

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Allen RB Jonathan Williams (Arkansas Commit), QB Alec Morris (Alabama Commit)

If someone who has never been to a football game or much less a Texas High School football game asked me to pick 1 game to go to?? My answer would be…… Allen Eagles vs Euless Trinity. Just plug those two teams in and its gonna be a good one. Then you throw in all the extras that make it even more special, Euless Trinity’s Pregame Haka, The Cultural diversity at Euless Trinity, Allen 500+ member band (largest in United States) 2nd round of the playoffs, 40,000+ people in the stands, Cowboys Stadium, Alabama Commit Alec Morris Allen QB, Arkansas Commit Allen RB Jonathan Williams. Oklahoma Commit and Euless Trinity DE Polo Manukainiu, UCLA Commit and Trinity Commit Hiva Lutui. The list goes on. Allen I picked to win state at the beginning of the year (I wasn’t the only one) but I haven’t seen anything to make me change,

HERE IS WHAT THE CROWD LOOKED LIKED FOR LAST YEARS GAME BETWEEN ALLEN & EULESS TRINITY I EXPECT IT TO BE EVEN BIGGER THIS YEAR

TOES PICK:
ALLEN: 38
EULESS TRINITY: 35

TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL PLAYOFFS 2nd ROUND
5A GAME OF THE WEEK
KLEIN OAK PANTHERS (9-1) vs AUSTIN WESTLAKE CHAPPARALS (8-2)
SATURDAY NOV. 19 2011 4pm Klein Memorial Stadium (Klein High School)
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Klein Oak ATH Nicky Baratti (Notre Dame Commit) RB Larenzo Stewart soph. Westlake RB Brice Dolezal, LB Lance Duran

Austin Westlake makes the trip to Klein. Westlake is a team from Austin that I compare to Katy, all the tradition and yearly playoff success, multiple state championships, Then like The Woodlands from Houston they are the labeled the “rich kid school” Years past the playoff regions have put them against San Antonio and Rio Grande Valley schools through the 1st 4 rounds in the playoffs. But with the new region alignment they have to go east towards Houston. Which I say plays better football than southwest texas and it will show in this one. Klein Oak had juggled with their lineup all season long with injuries/suspensions/position changes. Nicky Baratti a Notre Dame commit will be all over the field RB, TE, WR, QB you name it he can play it. On Defense Klein Oak has all-state and Arizona commit AJ Hillard. Westlake will give the ball to Brice Dolezal and hit the play action passes. QB Louis Guilbeau has two years experience and Blake Box has come in performed well so far. As far injuries for Westlake go I haven’t found anything. But this is Houston High School Football vs Austin High School football so I got to go with the Houston side in this one

TOES PICK:
AUSTIN WESTLAKE: 17
KLEIN OAK: 27

CLASS 5A – Division I
MY PICKS ARE UNDERLINED

Region I

EP Franklin vs. Arlington Bowie, 2:00 Friday at Midland’s Grande Communications Stadium
Cedar Hill vs. Southlake Carroll, 11 a.m. Saturday at Cowboys Stadium
San Angelo Central vs. Arlington Martin, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Cravens Field in Arlington
Euless Trinity vs. Allen, 2 p.m. Saturday at Cowboys Stadium
Region II
Skyline vs. DeSoto, 5 p.m. Saturday at Irving Schools Stadium
Klein Oak vs. Austin Westlake, 4:00 Saturday at Spring’s KleIn Memorial Stadium
Garland vs. Mesquite, 6 p.m. Friday at Cowboys StadiuM
The Woodlands vs. Round Rock Westwood, 2:00 Saturday at Waco ISD Stadium
Region III
Cy-Fair vs. Katy Cinco Ranch, 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Rhodes Stadium
GP North Shore vs. FB Hightower, 7:00 Friday at Deer Park
Cy Falls vs. Hou. Lamar, 7:00 p.m. Friday, Tully Stadium
Deer Park vs. Pearland, 7:00 Friday at Galena Park ISD Stadium
Region IV
SA Churchill vs. SA Warren, 7:30 Friday at Comalander
Del Rio vs. Harlingen, 5:00 p.m. Saturday, SA Comalander Stadium
SA Madison vs. SA East Central, 7:30 Friday at SA East Central
Laredo United vs. San Benito, 7:30 Friday at Corpus Christi’s Cabaniss Stadium

Class 5A – Division II
MY PICKS ARE UNDERLINED!!
Region I
El Paso Montwood vs. Abilene, 6:00 Friday at Midland’s Grande Communications Stadium
Mansfield vs. Denton Guyer, 8:00 Saturday at Cowboy’s Stadium
Amarillo vs. Abilene Cooper, 2:00 Saturday at Lubbock’s Jones Stadium
Mans. Timberview vs. FM Marcus, 5:00 Saturday at Cowboy’s Stadium
Region II
Sachse vs. Longview, 2 p.m. Saturday at Kincaide Stadium,
Spring Dekaney vs. Pflugerville, 2 p.m. Saturday at Waller’s Bulldog Stadium
Rowlett vs. Copperas Cove, 9 p.m. Friday at Cowboys Stadium
Spring Westfield vs. Leander, 2 p.m. Saturday at Brenham
Region III
Cy Woods vs. Katy, 7:00 Friday at Cypress’ Berry Center
La Porte vs. Fort Bend Bush, 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Deer Park
Alief Taylor vs. Houston Memorial, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, Houston’s Crump Stadium
PA Memorial vs. Clear Springs, 1:00 Saturday at Baytown’s Stallworth Stadium
Region IV
Cibolo Steele vs. SA Brandeis, 7:30 Friday at SA’s Heroes Stadium
Laredo Alexander vs. Brownsville Pace, 4:00 p.m. Saturday, McAllen
SA Reagan vs. SA O’Connor, 2:00 Saturday at SA’s Heroes Stadium
McAllen Memorial vs. Weslaco, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Weslaco

4A GAME OF THE WEEK
11-0 LAKE TRAVIS CAVALIERS vs 10-1 SMITHSON VALLEY RANGERS
FRIDAY Nov 18th 7pm Alamodome (San Antonio)
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LAKE TRAVIS QB Blake Mayfield (jr), ATH Colin Lagasse (SMU Commit) Smithson Valley RB Lawrence Mattison (jr.), QB Parker McKenzie
Lake Travis my preseason state title pick is going for their 5th straight state title in a row. With all the injury problems the have had this season, and the way they have been steamrolling teams this year. They are seeming to been a virtual lock. This week figures to be one of their toughest test, this Smithson Valley team is very similar to the Katy Tigers. Strong D powerful run game, play action passes. Smithson Valley doesn’t turn the ball over, plays ball control offense. I think this will be the closest game in the playoffs maybe even a possible upset special but I’m going Lake Travis

TOES PICK
LAKE TRAVIS: 44
SMITHSON VALLEY: 28

CLASS 4A – Division I

Region I
EP Chapin vs. WF Rider, Saturday at Odessa’s Ratliff Stadium
FW Arlington Heights vs. Killeen, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Waxahachie
EP Andress vs. Denton Ryan, noon Saturday at Midland’s Grande Communications Stadium
FW Boswell vs. Waco Midway, 7:30 Friday at Midlothian ISD Stadium
Region II
Rockwall Heath vs. Kimball, 7:30 Friday at Garland’s Homer B. Johson Stadium
Sherman vs. Waxahachie, 7:30 Friday at Plano’s Clark Field
Highland Park vs. Woodrow Wilson, 7:30 Friday at Wildcat-Ram Stadium
Tyler John Tyler vs. Pflugerville Hendrickson, 7:30 Friday at Hewitt Midway HS
Region III
Montgomery vs. Vidor, 7:30 Friday at Aldine’s Thorne Stadium
Houston Wheatley vs. Angleton, 7:00 p.m. Friday, Wheatley
Hou. Stratford vs. Nederland , 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Galena Park ISD Stadium
Hou. Reagan vs. Pearland Dawson, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, Galena Park ISD Stadium
Region IV
Lake Travis vs. Smithson Valley, 7:00 Friday at the Alamodome
Gregory-Portland vs. CC Flour Bluff, 7:30 Friday at CC Flour Bluff
Cedar Park vs. Buda Hays, 7:30 Friday at Austin’s Burger Stadium
Victoria East vs. Weslaco East, 7:30 Friday at Texas A&M-Kingsville
CLASS 4A – Division II

Region I
EP Riverside vs. Canyon Randall, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Odessa’s Ratliff Stadium
Aledo vs. Mansfield Summit, 7:30 Friday at Burleson
EP Burges vs. Lake Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Odessa’s Ratliff Stadium
TC Byron Nelson vs. Stephenville, 7:30 Thursday at Cowboy’s Stadium
Region II
Frisco Centennial vs. Conrad, 7:30 Thursday at Murphy’s Kimbrough Stadium
Sulphur Springs vs. Corsicana, 7:30 Friday at Mesquite Memorial Stadium
Frisco vs. Lincoln, 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Mesquite Memorial Stadium
Lancaster vs. Kilgore, 7:30 p.m Friday, Corsicana
Region III
Brenham vs. Beaumont Ozen, 1:30 Saturday at Aldine’s Thorne Stadium
Houston Sharpstown vs. La Marque, 7:00 Thursday at League City’s Clear Creek ISD Stadium
Magnolia West vs. Dayton, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, Galena Park ISD Stadium
Houston Yates vs. Manvel, 7:00 p.m. Friday, Pasadena’s Memorial Stadium
Region IV
Dripping Springs vs. SA Alamo Heights, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Austin Vandegrift
Beeville Jones vs. CC Calallen, 7:30 Thursday at Sinton
Leander Vandegrift vs. Kerrville Tivy, 7:30 p.m. Friday at SA’s Rutledge Stadium
Port Lavaca Calhoun vs. Edcouch-Elsa, 7:30 Friday at Alice

3A GAME OF THE WEEK
ARGYLE (10-1) vs PROSPER (9-2)
Friday 7:30pm C.H. Collins Complex Denton Texas
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Argyle QB Austin Aune (TCU Commit) Prosper Anaheim Angels CF Tori Hunter’ and his 3 boys Money, Darius, and Tori Jr.

My 3A State title pick Argyle sees a rematch from earlier in the season. Prosper ended Argyle’s home win streak since they installed field turf on their field way back in 2009. Prosper did it with the Hunter boys who are the sons of Major League Baseball player Tori Hunter. Argyle has a good program and good coaching and a division 1 QB in Austin Aune a TCU Commit. Im going with Argyle in this one but don’t feel good about it.

TOES PICK
ARGYLE: 34
PROSPER: 31

CLASS 3A – Division I
Region I
Lubbock Cooper vs. Seminole, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Seminole
Abilene Wylie vs. Alvarado, 7:30 p.m. Friday, North Richland Hills
Region II
Celina vs. Lucas Lovejoy, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Frisco Memorial
Henderson vs. Lindale, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Forney
Region III
Tyler Chapel Hill vs. Waco La Vega, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Huntsville’s Bowers Stadium
Navasota vs. Huffman-Hargrave, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Shenandoah’s Woodforest Stadium
Region IV
Lampasas vs. La Vernia, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Round Rock’s Reeves Athletic Complex
West Columbia vs. Raymondville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, CC Calallen
CLASS 3A – Division II
Region I
Shallowater vs. Midland Greenwood, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Colorado City
Snyder vs. Kennedale, 7:00 Friday, Weatherford
Lubbock Estacado vs. Monahans, 2:00 Saturday, Andrews
Brownwood vs. Glen Rose, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Tarleton Memorial Stadium, Stephenville
Region II
Argyle vs. Prosper, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Denton’s C.H. Collins Complex
North Forney vs Carthage, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Tyler’s Rose Stadium
Van Alstyne vs. Princeton, 7:30 Friday at McKinney’s Roe Poe Stadium
Van vs. Gilmer, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Longview
Region III
Bullard vs. Robinson, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Athens
West Orange-Stark vs. Columbus, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Conroe’s Moorhead Stadium
Rusk vs. Lorena, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Huntsville’s Bowers Stadium
Coldspring-Oakhurst vs. Bellville, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Klein
Region IV
Liberty Hill vs. Devine, 7:30 p.m. Friday, San Antonio’s Farris Stadium
Wharton vs. Orange Grove, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, Victoria
Wimberley vs. Gonzales, 7:30 p.m. Friday at New Braunfels Canyon
Sweeny vs. Rio Hondo, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, Sinton
CLASS 2A – Division I
Region I
Muleshoe vs. Godley, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sweetwater
Merkel vs. Childress, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Wichita Falls Memorial Stadium
Eastland vs. Littlefield, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Colorado City
Wall vs. Breckenridge, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Brownwood
Region II
Pottsboro vs. New Boston, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Commerce
Melissa vs. Eustace, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Kincaide Stadium
Grandview vs. Daingerfield, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Wylie
Redwater vs. Boyd, TBD Friday at Royse City
Region III
Gilmer Harmony vs. Marlin, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Necogdoches’ Bryce Stadium
Crockett vs. Newton, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Lufkin
East Chambers vs. Malakoff, 7:00 p.m. Friday at A&M Consolidated
Cameron Yoe vs. Tatum, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Palestine
Region IV
Lago Vista vs. Odem, 7:30 p.m. Friday at South San Antonio
Jourdanton vs. Blanco, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Floresville
Hempstead vs. George West, 7:30 p.m. Friday, El Campo
San Diego vs. Hallettsville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Rockport-Fulton
CLASS 2A – Division II
Region I
Abernathy vs. Nocona, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Tuscola
Holliday va. Spearman, 8:00 p.m. Friday at Plainview
Cisco vs. Sanford-Fritch, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Wichita Falls’ Memorial Stadium
Idalou vs. Hamilton, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Abilene Wylie
Region II
Gunter vs. Cooper, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Rockwall
DeKalb vs. Lone Oak, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Paris
Corsicana Mildred vs. Omaha Paul Pewitt, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Lindale
Hughes Springs vs. Alba-Golden, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mount Pleasant
Region III
Arp vs. Rogers, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Teague
Centerville vs. Corrigan-Camden, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Willis
San Augustine vs. Franklin, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Whitehouse
Lexington vs. New Waverly, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Groesbeck
Region IV
Sonora vs. Weimar, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Marble Falls
East Bernard vs. San Saba, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bastrop
Poth vs. Schulenburg, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Victoria
Refugio vs. Three Rivers, 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Sinton
CLASS 1A – Division I
Region I
Sunray vs. Seymour, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Wolfforth
Sundown vs. Quanah, 5:00 p.m. Friday, Plainview
Albany vs. Canadian, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Lubbock Cooper
Stamford vs. Panhandle, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Brownfield
Region II
Muenster vs. Riesel, 7:30 p.m. Friday, FW Brewer
Bosqueville vs. Lindsay, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bedford’s Pennington Field
Clarksville vs. Valley Mills, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mabank
Mart vs. Collinsville, TBD Friday, Mansfield’s Newsome Stadium
Region III
Price Carlisle vs. Thrall, 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Waxahachie
Lovelady vs. Alto, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, Crockett
Garrison vs. Moody, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Fairfield
Normangee vs. Big Sandy, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Palestine’s Wildcat Stadium
Region IV
Mason vs. La Villa, 7:30 p.m. Friday, San Antonio’s Harlandale Stadium
Goldthwaite vs. Ganado, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Elgin
Bracketville vs. Shiner, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Somerset
Ben Bolt vs. Winters, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, Llano
CLASS 1A – Division II
Region I
Vega vs. Bovina, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Canyon’s Kimbrough Stadium
Springlake-Earth vs. Booker, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Amarillo’s Bivins Stadium
Morton vs. Memphis, 4:00 p.m. Friday, Bushland
Wellington vs. Farwell, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, Canyon’s Kimbrough Stadium
Region II
Munday vs. McCamey, 1 or 2 p.m. Saturday, Sweetwater
Crosbyton vs. Van Horn, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Andrews
Bronte vs. Electra, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Breckenridge
Windthorst vs. Iraan, 5:00 p.m. Saturday, Sweetwater
Region III
Gorman vs. Mount Enterprise, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Groesbeck
Detroit vs. Chilton, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Crandall
Hubbard vs. Beckville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Brownsboro
Tenaha vs. Bremond, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Crockett
Region IV
Granger vs. Pettus, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Fischer
D’Hanis vs. Burton, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Wimberley
Evadale vs. Bruni, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Manor
Falls City vs. Milano, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dripping Springs

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK
“THE GAME”
HARVARD CRIMSON vs YALE BULLDOGS
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Patrick Witt Yale QB
A game so big that Patrick Witt gave up an interview for a Rhodes Scholarship (im no scholar but I hear that is a VERY big deal) Gotta LOVE that that QB is all heart!! THATS WHAT LEADERS DO!! So with that said and even though Harvard has the last 4 and last 9 out of 10. Patrick Witt and his Yale team play with passion and make this a game to remember and play with that emotion give me YALE in this one!!
TOES PICK
YALE: 27
HARVARD:14

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)
TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)

WEEK 11 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS
1. Texas Tech (+20) vs Oklahoma St (LOSS) OSU 88-6
2. Oregon State (+9) @ California (LOSS) California 23-6
WILL UPDATE THIS LATE THURS. 3. Louisiana Tech (-2) vs Ole Miss (WIN) Louisiana Tech 27-7
4. Colorado (+10) vs Arizona (WIN) Colorado 48-29
5. Texas (-1) @ Missouri (LOSS) 15-7 Missouri
6. Kansas State (+5.5) vs Texas A&M (WIN)
7. TCU (+16) @ Boise St (WIN) TCU 36-35
8. South Carolina (-2.5) vs Florida (WIN) South Carolina 17-12
9. Illinois (-1) vs Michigan (LOSS) Michigan 31-14
10. Florida State (-10) vs Miami (LOSS) FSU 23-19
11. Washington (+12) @ USC (LOSS) USC 40-17
12. Washington State (+11.5) vs Arizona St. (WIN) WSU 37-27
13. Wisconsin (-29.5) @ Minnesota (WIN)Wisconsin 42-13
14. Auburn (+12) @ Georgia (LOSS) Georgia 45-7
15. West Virginia (+3) @ Cincinnati (WIN)
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD WEEK 11 (8-7)

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 11 PICKS WEEK 8 PICKS & RESULTS
1. Washington Redskins (+4) @ Miami Dolphins (LOSS) Miami 20-9
2. Atlanta Falcons (PICK) vs New Orleans Saints (LOSS) Saints 26-23
3. Minnesota Vikings (+13) @ Green Bay packers (LOSS) GB 45-7
4. Dallas Cowboys (-5) vs Buffalo Bills (WIN) Dallas 44-7
WILL UPDATE THIS LATE THURS. 5. Cincinnati Bengals (+4) vs Pittsburgh Steelers (LOSS) Steelers 24-17
6. Denver Broncos (+3) @ Kansas City Chiefs (WIN) 17-10 Denver
7. Indianapolis Colts (+3) vs Jacksonville Jaguars (LOSS) 17-3 Jaguars
8. Houston Texans (-4) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (WIN) Houston 37-9
9. NY Jets (-2) vs New England Patriots (LOSS) Patriots 37-16
10. Detroit Lions (+3) vs Chicago Bears (LOSS) Bears 37-13
11. St. Louis Rams (+3) @ Arizona Cardinals (WIN) 13-12 Arizona
12. Seattle (+7.5) vs Baltimore Ravens (WIN) Seattle 22-17
13. NY Giants (+4) @ San Francisco 49ers (LOSS) 27-20 49ers
SEASON TOTALS—> WEEK 10 A.T.S. TOTALS (5-8)

November 6, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 11 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: FOOTBALL,Sports — toes2734 @ 11:42 PM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 11 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

  • WELL ITS PLAYOFF TIME FOR TEXAS HIGH SCHOOLS, and its stories like this its all about. Whitesboro a 3A school up north of dallas near the Oklahoma border for the 1st time in its 100 year history has qualified for the Texas High School Football playoffs. They needed to win their final game of the season against a traditionally good Pilot Point program here is the video on that one

  • TOMBALL once again had some golden opportunities to capitalize on Klein Forest. Texas A&M commit Matt Davis had a serious staph infection on his left pectorial area and didnt play. Their best WR didnt play. Turnovers were the thing that killed them in this one. But the thing I really didnt like was the halftime show. I didnt like the fact that the new High School that split from Tomball, Tomball Memorial was there as well. Tomball Memorial’s band and drill team and choir all the other halftime people were there.Tomball Memorial shouldn’t of been there if they wanted to be a part of the tradition and and the other stuff that happens at Tomball they should of voted that new school down, and kept Tomball a one high school district. To me it just shows what could have been. Those two schools should have been split. To see that crowd and then know that Tomball Memorial school who probably had a couple of sophomores that would have been contributing on that Tomball varsity squad. (also on the sub varsity level which were all terrible the freshman did decent though against schools with twice the players on their teams) It just pretty upsetting to think of how this year could have been different. It wouldn’t of taken much looking at Tomball’s loses to maybe change a game or two and keep them in the playoff chase till the end or maybe even sneek in.
  • WATCH KIRK HERBSTREIT AT THE :07 SECOND MARK IN THIS VIDEO HE IS SCARED SHITLESS WHEN THE EARTHQUAKE HITS IN OKLAHOMA THE EYES TELL THE STORY IN THIS ONE LOL!! CHECK IT OUT

FOR ALL YOUR EQUAL RIGHTS CRAP AND TITLE 9 PEOPLE THIS ONE IS FOR YOU; A LFL LINGERIE FOOTBALL LEAGUE FOOTBALL BRAWL THE BRAWL STARTS AT THE 3:05 MARK CHECK IT OUT THIS IS SOME GOOD STUFF

FOR MY PRESEASON FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS CLICK THIS LINK
https://toes2734.wordpress.com/2011/08/10/toes-2011-nfl-college-high-school-football-season-predictions/

SEASON TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 10: (12-3)
SEASON: (111-39)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)

WEEK 10: (10-5)
SEASON: (69-56-3)

NFL (against the point spread)

WEEK 9: (5-7)
SEASON: (61-51-6)

BETTING REVIEW:

WEEK 10:
SEASON: (+$155)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)
#7 OREGON DUCKS (+3) @ #4 STANFORD CARDINAL (-3)
Saturday Nov. 12th 2011, 7pm TV: ABC

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STANFORD QB ANDREW LUCK (Stratford High School) OREGON QB DARRON THOMAS (Aldine High School)

HERE A STORY FROM ANDREW’S HIGH SCHOOL DAYS IN HOUSTON AT STRATFORD HIGH SCHOOL

Houston Area High School Football will be on display as Stanford Cardinal and Stratford High School QB Andrew Luck will go up against Oregon and Aldine High School QB Darron Thomas. Oregon was my preseason National Championship pick. I thought Stanford would be hurt by the coaching change but so far they havent missed a beat. Stanford is the home team in this game, Another slight edge for Stanford. At the beginning of the season I would of said this game is Oregon’s but after watching Andrew Luck so far this year who I believe is the front runner for the heisman I got to go with Stanford in this one

TOES PICK:
STANFORD: 35
OREGON: 31

TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL PLAYOFFS 1st ROUND
5A GAME OF THE WEEK
THE WOODLANDS HIGHLANDERS (9-1) vs KLEIN COLLINS TIGERS (8-2)
FRIDAY. Nov 11th 7pm Turner Stadium, Humble Texas

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The Woodlands #93 DE/DT Mitchell Myers (Iowa St Commit) WR Blake Webb (Oklahoma State Commit) Klein Collins QB Tyler Stehling (Rice Commit) WR Shane Rhoades (Boise St Commit)
Two teams who have had past troubles getting past the 1st two rounds of the playoffs in the past few seasons. The Woodlands have done their usual run through the regular season only losing to Lufkin. Klein Collins was expected to do the same but suffered a couple of setbacks along the way. If I had to say the difference in this game will be the line play. Klein Collins line hasnt been what it has been in recent years. I think that will be the difference in this game I like both side of The Woodlands line so give me The Woodlands by 10 in this one

TOES PICK:
THE WOODLANDS: 31
KLEIN COLLINS: 21

CLASS 5A – Division I

MY PICKS ARE UNDERLINED !!

MY FINAL 4 Region 1 ALLEN, Region 2 DESOTO. Region 3 CY FALLS, Region 4, CONVERSE JUDSON
FINAL ALLEN OVER CONVERSE JUDSON
Region I
1. EP Franklin vs. Lubbock Monterey, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Wolfforth
2. Odessa Permian vs. Arlington Bowie, 7:30 p.m. Friday, San Angelo Stadium
3. Cedar Hill vs. Hurst Bell, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bedford’s Pennington Field
4. Southlake Carroll vs. Plano East, 5 p.m. Saturday, Arlington’s Cowboys Stadium
5. San Angelo Central vs. EP El Dorado, noon Saturday, Midland’s Grande Communications Stadium
6. Arlington Martin vs. Midland, 6 p.m. Friday, Arlington’s Cowboys Stadium
7. Euless Trinity vs. Duncanville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Irving Schools Stadium
8. Allen vs. Keller Central, 8 p.m. Saturday, Arlington’s Cowboys Stadium
Region II
1. Dallas Skyline vs. McKinney Boyd, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Richardson’s Eagle-Mustang Stadium
2. DeSoto vs. A&M Consolidated, 7:30 p.m. Friday, DeSoto
3. Klein Oak vs. Humble Kingwood, 7 p.m. Friday, Klein’s Memorial Stadium
4. Austin Westlake vs. Round Rock, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Round Rock’s Dragon Stadium
5. Garland vs. Richardson Berkner, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Garland’s Williams Stadium
6. Belton vs. Mesquite, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Corsicana
7. The Woodlands vs. Klein Collins, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Humble’s Turner Stadium
8. Round Rock Westwood vs. Austin Bowie, time TBD, Round Rock’s Reeves Stadium
Region III
1. Cy-Fair vs. Aldine Nimitz, 6 p.m. Saturday, Cypress’ Berry Center
2. Katy Cinco Ranch vs. Houston Bellaire, 7 p.m. Saturday, Houston’s Tully Stadium
3. Galena Park North Shore vs. Pasadena Dobie , 7 p.m. Friday, Galena Park ISD Stadium
4. FB Hightower vs. Clear Brook, noon Saturday, Pearland ISD Stadium
5. Alief Elsik vs. Cy Falls, 7 p.m. Thursday, Houston’s Crump Stadium
6. Houston Lamar vs. Katy Morton Ranch, 7 p.m. Friday, Houston’s Delmar Stadium
7. Deer Park vs. Beaumont West Brook, 7 p.m. Friday, Beaumont’s Thomas Center
8. Pearland vs. FB Elkins, 7 p.m. Friday, Alvin
Region IV
1. SA Wagner vs. SA Churchill, 7:30 p.m. Friday, San Antonio’s Comalander Stadium
2. SA Warren vs. SA Southwest, 7:30 p.m. Friday, San Antonio’s Southwest Stadium
3. Del Rio vs. Donna, 6 p.m. Saturday, Laredo’s Shirley Field
4. Harlingen vs. Los Fresnos, 4 p.m. Saturday, Harlingen’s Boggus Stadium
5. SA Madison vs. Converse Judson, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Converse’s Rutledge Stadium
6. SA East Central vs. SA Stevens, TBD
7. Mission Sharyland vs. Laredo United, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Laredo’s Student Activity Complex
8. San Benito vs. Edinburg, 7:30 p.m. Friday, San Benito

Class 5A – Division II

MY FINAL 4 Region 1 COLLEYVILLE HERITAGE, Region 2 LONGVIEW, Region 3 KATY, Region 4 CIBOLO STEELE
FINAL KATY OVER LONGVIEW

MY PICKS ARE UNDERLINED!!

Region I
1. EP Montwood vs. Amarillo Tascosa, 4 p.m. Friday, Midland’s Grande Communications Stadium
2. Abilene vs. Arlington, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Abilene’s Shotwell Stadium
3. Mansfield vs. Grapevine, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mansfield’s Newsom Stadium
4. Denton Guyer vs. Hebron, 2 p.m. Saturday, Arlington’s Cowboys Stadium
5. Amarillo vs. EP Americas, 8 p.m. Friday, Midland’s Grande Communications Stadium
6. Arlington Lamar vs. Abilene Cooper, 9 p.m. Friday, Arlington’s Cowboys Stadium
7. Colleyville Heritage vs. Mansfield Timberview, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Grand Prairie’s Gopher-Warrior Bowl
8. FM Marcus vs. Keller Fossil Ridge, 11 a.m. Saturday, Arlington’s Cowboys Stadium
Region II
1. Dallas Jesuit vs. Sachse, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mesquite’s Memorial Stadium
2. Longview vs. Temple, 2 p.m. Saturday, Corsicana
3. Spring Dekaney vs. College Park, 2 p.m. Saturday, Shenandoah’s Woodforest Stadium
4. Del Valle vs. Pflugerville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Del Valle
5. Rowlett vs. Lake Highlands, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Garland’s Johnson Stadium
6. Copperas Cove vs. Mesquite Horn, 1 p.m. Saturday, Waco’s Floyd Casey Stadium
7. Lufkin vs. Spring Westfield, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Huntsville’s Bowers Stadium
8. Leander vs. Austin High, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Austin’s House Park
Region III
1. Cypress Woods vs. Aldine Eisenhower, 7 p.m. Friday, Houston’s Thorne Stadium
2. Katy vs. Houston Madison, 7 p.m. Friday, Houston’s Butler Stadium
3. La Porte vs. Pasadena Memorial, 7 p.m. Friday, Deer Park
4. Fort Bend Bush vs. League City Clear Creek, TBD
5. Alief Taylor vs. Langham Creek, TBD
6. Houston Westside vs. Houston Memorial, 7 p.m. Friday, Houston’s Tully Stadium
7. South Houston vs. Port Arthur Memorial, 1 p.m. Saturday, Galena Park ISD Stadium
8. League City Clear Springs vs. FB Dulles, TBD
Region IV
1. Cibolo Steele vs. SA Johnson, 7:30 p.m. Friday, San Antonio’s Heroes Stadium
2. SA Brandeis vs. CC King, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Corpus Christi’s Cabaniss Stadium
3. Laredo Alexander vs. McAllen, 7:30 p.m. Friday, McAllen’s Memorial Stadium
4. PSJA North vs. Brownsville Pace, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Pharr’s PSJA Stadium
5. SA Reagan vs. New Braunfels, 2 p.m. Saturday, San Antonio’s Farris Stadium
6. CC Carroll vs. SA O’Connor, TBD
7. McAllen Memorial vs. Eagle Pass, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Laredo’s Shirley Field
8. Weslaco vs. PSJA Memorial, TBD

4A GAME OF THE WEEK
ROSENBERG TERRY RANGERS (9-1) vs LA MARQUE COUGARS (8-2)
FRIDAY Nov 11th 7pm Alvin Memorial Stadium, Alvin Texas

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Rosenberg Terry WR Derrick Griffin 6’7 jr. La Marque QB Emmanuel Williams, RB Tim Wright (injured)

This game is a rematch of opening week which saw Terry edge out 2010 State Finalist La Marque after La Marque scored a late TD but failed on the 2 point coversion to take the lead. La Marque who has 3A enrollment numbers but is playing in 4A. So needless to say La Marque is hurting for depth, then throw on top of it all the injuries they have suffered, then the players who the injuries occurred to All-State RB Tim Wright suffered what I think is a shoulder injury Oct 22nd against Galveston Ball and hasn’t played since. It doesnt sound as if he will either. All-State Linebacker Jackson, their best player on defense suffered a knee injury and is out for the year. Those are the two main injuries amongst others. Derrick Griffin the 6’7 WR has put up better numbers as the season went on and will probably be the most recruited player out of Houston next year. So with the game they played in week one when La Marque was full strength and what has happened since I got to go Terry Rangers in this one

TOES PICK
ROSENBERG TERRY: 28
LA MARQUE: 21

CLASS 4A – Division I

MY FINAL FOUR: Region 1 DENTON RYAN, Region 2 HIGHLAND PARK, Region 3 PEARLAND DAWSON, Region 4 LAKE TRAVIS
FINAL LAKE TRAVIS OVER DENTON RYAN
Region I
1.EP Chapin vs. Canutillo, 8 p.m. Thursday, EP Irvin
2. Wolfforth Frenship vs. WF Rider, 7 p.m. Friday, Wolfforth
3. Birdville vs. FW Arlington Heights, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Justin Northwest
4. Granbury vs. Killeen, 7 p.m. Saturday, Waco’s Floyd Casey Stadium
5. EP Del Valle vs. EP Andress, 8 p.m. Friday, EP Del Valle
6. Denton Ryan vs. Amarillo Caprock, 7 p.m. Friday, WF’s Memorial Stadium
7. FW Southwest vs. Saginaw Boswell, 7:30 p.m., FW Brewer
8. Hewitt Midway vs. Burleson, 7 p.m. Thursday, Arlington’s Cowboys Stadium
Region II
1. Frisco Wakeland vs. Rockwall-Heath, 7 p.m. Friday, Richardson’s Wildcat-Ram Stadium
2. Dallas Kimball vs. Dallas Adams, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Wilmer-Hutchins
3. Sherman vs. Whitehouse, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mesquite’s Hanby Stadium
4. Waxahachie vs. Pflugerville Connally, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Waco ISD Stadium
5. Highland Park vs. Frisco Liberty, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Murphy’s Kimbrough Stadium
6. Dallas Wilson vs. Dallas Molina, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Wilmer-Hutchins
7. John Tyler vs. Texas High, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Tyler’s Rose Stadium
8. Pflugerville Hendrickson vs. West Mesquite, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Waco Midway
Region III
1. Montgomery vs. Huntsville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Conroe’s Moorhead Stadium
2. Vidor vs. Crosby, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Lamar University
3. Houston Waltrip vs. Houston Wheatley, TBD
4. Angleton vs. Friendswood, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Houston’s Robertson Stadium
5. Willis vs. Houston Stratford, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Waller
6. Nederland vs. Baytown Goose Creek Memorial, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Beaumont’s Provost-Umphrey Stadium
7. Houston Worthing vs. Houston Reagan, TBD
8. Pearland Dawson vs. Lamar Consolidated, 7 p.m. Thursday, Rosenberg’s Traylor Stadium
Region IV
1. Lake Travis vs. Austin McCallum, 7 p.m. Thursday, Lake Travis
2. Buda Hays vs. SA Brennan, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Schertz
3. SA Brackenridge vs. Gregory-Portland, 7:30 p.m. Friday, SA’s Alamo Stadium
4. CC Flour Bluff vs. Rio Grande City, 7:30 p.m. Friday, CC Flour Bluff
5. Austin LBJ vs. Cedar Park, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Austin’s Nelson Field
6. SA McCollum vs. Smithson Valley, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Smithson Valley
7. Victoria East vs. SA Jefferson, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Floresville
8. Weslaco East vs. Alice, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Weslaco East

CLASS 4A – Division II

MY FINAL FOUR: Region 1 ALEDO, Region 2 WYLIE EAST, Region 3 ALVIN MANVEL, Region 4 KERRVILLE TIVY
FINAL ALEDO OVER MANVEL
Region I
1. El Paso vs. EP Riverside, 2 p.m. Saturday, EP’s Jones Stadium
2. Canyon Randall vs. Little Elm, 7 p.m. Friday, Abilene’s Bulldog Stadium
3. Aledo vs. FW Dunbar, 7 p.m. Thursday, Aledo
4. Mansfield Summit vs. Waco, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Waxahachie
5. Clint Horizon vs. EP Burges, 8 p.m. Friday, Clint Horizon
6. Lake Dallas vs. Canyon, 3 p.m. Saturday, WF’s Memorial Stadium
7. FW Wyatt vs. Byron Nelson, 7 p.m. Thursday, FW’s Clark Stadium
8. Stephenville vs. Everman, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Weatherford
Region II
1. Frisco Centennial vs. McKinney North, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Plano’s Clark Stadium
2. Dallas South Oak Cliff vs. Dallas Conrad, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dallas’ Kincaide Stadium
3. Sulphur Springs vs. Hallsville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Lindale
4. Corsicana vs. Manor, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Waco ISD Stadium
5. Wylie East vs. Frisco, 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Plano’s Clark Stadium
6. Dallas Lincoln vs. Seagoville, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dallas’ Kincaide Stadium
7. Kilgore vs. Royse City, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Mount Pleasant
8. Hutto vs. Lancaster, 7 p.m. Thursday, Waco Midway
Region III
1. Brenham vs. Humble Kingwood Park, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Brenham
2. Barbers Hill vs. Beaumont Ozen, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Barbers Hill
3. Houston Sharpstown vs. Houston Washington, TBD
4. Rosenberg Terry vs. La Marque, 7 p.m. Thursday, Alvin’s Memorial Stadium
5. Humble Summer Creek vs. Magnolia West, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Magnolia West
6. Port Neches-Groves vs. Dayton, 7 p.m. Saturday, Beaumont’s Thomas Center
7. Houston Kashmere vs. Houston Yates, 7 p.m. Thursday, Houston’s Del Mar Stadium
8. Manvel vs. El Campo, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Freeport’s Hopper Field
Region IV
1. Dripping Springs vs. Austin Lanier, TBD
2. SA Alamo Heights vs. Boerne Champion, 7:30 p.m. Friday, New Braunfels
3. SA Southside vs. Beeville Jones, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Pleasanton
4. CC Calallen vs. Mercedes, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mercedes
5. Austin Travis vs. Leander Vandegrift, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Austin’s House Park
6. Kerrville Tivy vs. New Braunfels Canyon, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Kerrville
7. Port Lavaca Calhoun vs. SA Lanier, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Port Lavaca Calhoun
8. Edcouch-Elsa vs. Kingsville King, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Edcouch-Elsa

3A GAME OF THE WEEK
SANGER INDIANS (9-1) vs CELINA BOBCATS (9-0)
Friday Nov. 11th 7:30pm Denton’s Bronco Stadium, Denton Texas

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This is one of those game you would expect to be in the 3rd or 4th round. But these two meet in the 1st round. Sanger is led by Tulsa commit QB Dane Evans, I seen him play the last couple of years at the state 7on7 tournament he has got a big time arm. Celina as you would expect them come in tradtional form power running solid defense. Celina is the traditional power house. Their strength is their line eventhough their best lineman Jordan Roos a Purdue Commit was lost earlier in the season to a torn ACL, Celina does have a couple of juniors who already hold several D1 college offers. I’ll go with Celina in this one. But I really see this one being a toss up

TOES PICK
CELINA: 35
SANGER: 31

CLASS 3A – Division I

MY FINAL FOUR: Region 1 ABILENE WYLIE, Region 2 CELINA, Region 3 TYLER CHAPPEL HILL, Region 4 WEST COLUMBIA
FINAL: TYLER CHAPPEL HILL OVER CELINA
Region I
1. Borger vs. Lubbock Cooper, 7:30 Friday at Canyon’s Kimbrough Stadium
2. Fabens vs. Seminole, 8 p.m. Friday, Pecos
3. Abilene Wylie vs. Burkburnett, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Justin’s Northwest ISD Stadium
4. Mineral Wells vs. Alvarado, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Saginaw’s Pioneer Stadium
Region II
1. Sanger vs. Celina, 7:30 Friday at Denton HS
2. Lucas Lovejoy vs. Dallas Madison, 7:30 Friday at Couch Field
3. Kaufman vs. Lindale, 7:00 Thursday at Tyler’s Rose Stadium
4. Paris vs. Henderson, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Royse City
Region III
1. Tyler Chapel Hill vs. Jasper, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Lufkin
2. Waco La Vega vs. Palestine, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Ennis
3. Silsbee vs. Huffman Hargrave, 6 p.m. Saturday, Humble’s Turner Stadium
4. Navasota vs. Sealy, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Waller
Region IV
1. Lampasas vs. Boerne, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dripping Springs
2. Somerset vs. La Vernia, 7:30 p.m. Friday, San Antonio’s Harlandale Stadium
3. West Columbia vs. Rockport-Fulton, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Victoria
4. Raymondville vs. Rio Grande City Grulla, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Rio Grande City

CLASS 3A – Division II

MY FINAL FOUR: Region 1 SNYDER, Region 2 ARGYLE, Region 3 COLDSPRING OAKHURST, Region 4 WIMBERLY
FINAL ARGYLE OVER WIMBERLY
Region I
1. Dalhart vs. Shallowater, 7:30 Friday at Amarillo’s Bivins Stadium
2. Pecos vs. Midland Greenwood, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Kermit
3. Snyder vs. Graham, 7 p.m. Thursday, Abilene’s Shotwell Stadium
4. Decatur vs. Kennedale, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Saginaw’s Roughrider Stadium
5. Lubbock Estacado vs. Perryton, 2:00 Saturday at Amarillo’s Bivins Stadium
6. Monahans vs. Clint, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Monahans
7. Bowie vs. Brownwood, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Breckenridge
8. Glen Rose vs. Bridgeport, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aledo
Region II
1. Argyle vs. Commerce, 7:30 Friday at Denton’s Collins Complex
2. Prosper vs. Dallas Wilmer-Hutchins, 7:30 Friday at Southlake Carroll’s Dragon Stadium
3. North Forney vs. Wills Point, 7:30 Saturday at Royse City
4. Texarkana Liberty-Eylau vs. Carthage, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Longview
5. Van Alstyne vs. Whitesboro, 7:30 Friday at Little Elm
6. Dallas Roosevelt vs. Princeton, 7:30 Friday, Grapevine’s Mustang-Panther Stadium
7. Van vs. Ferris, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Mesquite’s Memorial Stadium
8. Gilmer vs. Atlanta, 7:30 Friday at Longview’s Lobo Stadium
Region III
1. Bullard vs. Center, 7 p.m. Saturday, Carthage
2. Robinson vs. Mexia, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Teague
3. West Orange-Stark vs. Cleveland, 6 p.m. Saturday, Baytown’s Stallworth Stadium
4. Smithville vs. Columbus, TBD
5. Kirbyville vs. Rusk , 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Lufkin
6. Fairfield vs. Lorena, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Midlothian
7. Coldspring-Oakhurst vs. Bridge City, TBD Saturday, Barbers Hill
8. Bellville vs. Giddings, TBD
Region IV
1. Wimberley vs. Taylor, TBD
2. Devine vs. SA Houston, 7:30 p.m., San Antonio South San
3. Wharton vs. Ingleside, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Needville
4. Orange Grove vs. Port Isabel, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Edinburg
5. Geronimo Navarro vs. Liberty Hill, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bastrop
6. Gonzales vs. Hondo, 7:30 p.m. Friday, San Antonio’s Gustafson Stadium
7. Sinton vs. Sweeny, 7 p.m. Saturday, Victoria
8. Rio Hondo vs. Lyford, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Los Fresnos

CLASS 2A – Division I

MY FINAL FOUR: Region 1 MULESHOE, Region 2 MELISSA, Region 3 TATUM, Region 4 HEMPSTEAD
FINAL: TATUM OVER MELISSA
Region I
1. Muleshoe, bye
2. Godley vs. Bangs, 7:30 Friday at Stephenville
3. Merkel, bye
4. Littlefield vs. Alpine, 7:30 Thursday, Midland’s Grande Comm. Stadium
5. Eastland, bye
6. Childress vs. Colorado City, 1:00 Saturday at Wolfforth
7. Wall, bye
8. Clyde vs. Breckenridge, 7:30 Friday at Brownwood
Region II
1. Pottsboro, bye
2. New Boston vs. Mineola, TBD
3. Melissa, bye
4. Eustace vs. Callisburg, TBD
5. Grandview, bye
6. Winnsboro vs. Daingerfield, 7 p.m. Thursday, Gladewater
7. Redwater, bye
8. Boyd vs. Dallas Life Oak Cliff, 7:30 Friday at Flower Mound HS
Region III
1. Gilmer Harmony, bye
2. Marlin vs. Troup, 2 p.m. Saturday, Waxahachie
3. Crockett, bye
4. Newton vs. Jefferson, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Center
5. East Chambers, bye
6. Little River Academy vs. Malakoff, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Groesbeck
7. Cameron Yoe, bye
8. Woodville vs. Tatum, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Lufkin’s Abe Martin Stadium
Region IV
1. Lago Vista, bye
2. Taft vs. George West, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Alice
3. Jourdanton, bye
4. Edna vs. Blanco, 6 p.m. Saturday, LaVernia
5. Hempstead, bye
6. SA Cole vs. Odem, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Universal City Randolph
7. San Diego, bye
8. Marion vs. Hallettsville, 7 p.m. Saturday, Floresville

CLASS 2A – Division II

MY FINAL FOUR: Region 1 IDALOU, Region 2 GUNTER, Region 3 LEXINGTON, Region 4 REFUGIO
FINAL REFUGIO OVER GUNTER
Region I
1. Abernathy, bye
2. Crawford vs. Nocona, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Springtown
3. Holliday, bye
4. Coahoma vs. Spearman, 7:30 Friday at Plainview
5. Cisco, bye
6. Sanford-Fritch vs. Forsan, 7:30 Saturday at Plainview
7. Idalou, bye
8. Henrietta vs. Hamilton, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Graham
Region II
1. Gunter, bye
2. Cooper vs. Elysian Fields, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Pittsburg
3. DeKalb, bye
4. Lone Oak vs. Whitewright, 7:30 p.m. at Forney
5. Corsicana Mildred, bye
6. Paul Pewitt vs. Ore City, TBD
7. Hughes Springs, bye
8. Leonard vs. Alba-Golden, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Royse City
Region III
1. Arp, bye
2. Rogers vs. Axtell, 7:30 p.m. Friday, McGregor
3. Centerville, bye
4. Corrigan-Camden vs. West Rusk, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Center
5. San Augustine, bye
6. Italy vs. Franklin, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Buffalo
7. Lexington, bye
8. Frankston vs. New Waverly, 7 p.m. Saturday, Buffalo
Region IV
1. Sonora, bye
2. Riviera-Kaufer vs. Weimar, 2 p.m. Saturday, Victoria’s Memorial Stadium
3. East Bernard, bye
4. Stockdale vs. San Saba, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Canyon Lake
5. Poth, bye
6. Schulenburg vs. Banquete, 7 p.m. Friday, Victoria’s Memorial Stadium
7. Refugio, bye
8. Coleman vs. Three Rivers, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Elgin

CLASS 1A – Division I

MY FINAL FOUR: Region 1 CANADIAN, Region 2 MART, Region 3 LOVELADY, Region 4 GANADO
FINAL GANADO OVER CANADIAN
Region I
1. Sunray, bye
2. Seymour vs. New Deal, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sweetwater
3. Sundown, bye
4. Quanah vs. West Texas, 8 p.m. Friday, Pampa
5. Albany, bye
6. Canadian vs. Clarendon, 5 p.m. Friday, Pampa
7. Panhandle, bye
8. Olton vs. Stamford, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Post
Region II
1. Muenster, bye
2. Riesel vs. Santo, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mansfield’s Anderson Stadium
3. Bosqueville, bye
4. Honey Grove vs. Lindsay, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Pottsboro
5. Clarksville, bye
6. Valley Mills vs. Kerens, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Groesbeck
7. Mart, bye
8. Collinsville vs. Quinlan Boles, TBD
Region III
1. Price Carlisle, bye
2. Thrall vs. Saratoga West Hardin, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Crockett
3. Lovelady, bye
4. Alto vs. Simms Bowie, TBD
5. Garrison, bye
6. Pineland West Sabine vs. Moody, 5 p.m. Saturday, Crockett
7. Normangee, bye
8. Big Sandy vs. Grapeland, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Athens
Region IV
1. Mason, bye
2. La Villa vs. Yorktown, 7:30 p.m. Friday, CC Tuloso-Midway
3. Ganado, bye
4. Center Point vs. Winters, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Llano
5. Brackettville, bye
6. Shiner vs. Kenedy, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Floresville
7. Ben Bolt, bye
8. Goldthwaite vs. La Pryor, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Harper

CLASS 1A – Division II

MY FINAL FOUR: Region 1 WELLINGTON, Region 2 WINDTHORST, Region 3 TENEHA, Region 4 FALLS CITY
FINAL WINDTHORST OVER FALLS CITY
Region I
1. Vega, bye
2. Seagraves vs. Bovina, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Littlefield
3. Springlake-Earth, bye
4. Wheeler vs. Booker, 6 p.m. Friday, Amarillo’s Bivins Stadium
5. Morton, bye
6. Gruver vs. Memphis, 7 p.m. Thursday, Pampa
7. Wellington, bye
8. Farwell vs. Smyer, 7 p.m. Friday, Sudan HS
Region II
1. McCamey, bye
2. Munday vs. Ralls, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Colorado City
3. Crosbyton, bye
4. Menard vs. Van Horn, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Crane
5. Bronte, bye
6. Hamlin vs. Electra, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jacksboro
7. Windthorst, bye
8. Iraan vs. Miles, 7 p.m. Saturday, San Angelo Stadium
Region III
1. Gorman, bye
2. Mount Enterprise vs. Dallas Gateway, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mabank
3. Detroit, bye
4. Chilton vs. Cross Plains, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Burleson
5. Hubbard, bye
6. Cumby vs. Beckville, TBD
7. Tenaha, bye
8. Meridian vs. Bremond, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mart
Region IV
1. Granger, bye
2. Pettus vs. Sabinal, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Somerset
3. D’Hanis, bye
4. Sabine Pass vs. Burton, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Huffman
5. Evadale, bye
6. Nueces Canyon vs. Bruni, TBD
7. Falls City, bye
8. Milano vs. Burkeville, 7 p.m. Friday, Willis

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 11 PICKS WEEK 10 PICKS WEEK 10 RESULTS
1. Desoto over Longview 44-31 1. (L)
2. Tomball over Klein Forest 38-31 2. (L)
PLAYOFF PICKS ABOVE THIS TABLE 3. The Woodlands over Conroe by 30 3. (W)
4. Klein Collins over Spring by 20 4. (W)
5. Dekaney over Westfield by 10 5. (W)
6. Katy over Cinco Ranch by 40 6. (W)
7. Klein Oak over Klein by 28 7. (W)
8. Magnolia West over Waller by 24 8. (W)
9. Brenham over Stratford by 14 9. (W)
10. Cy Ridge over Cy Creek by 17 10. (W)
11. Montgomery over Magnolia by 35 11. (W)
12. Willis over Huntsville by 3 12. (W)
13. Humble over Summer Creek by 3 13. (L)
14. Lufkin over College Park by 30 14. (W)
15. Cy Fair over Jersey Village by 30 15. (W)
SEASON TOTALS Week 8 TOTALS 12-3

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)

TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)

WEEK 11 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS
1. Texas Tech (+20) vs Oklahoma State 1. Alabama (-5) vs LSU: WRONG LSU 9-6
2. Oregon State (+9) @ California 2. Connecticut (-2) vs Syracuse: CORRECT Connecticut 28-21 (fav cover)
3. Louisiana Tech (-2) vs Ole Miss 3. Kansas State (+21) vs Oklahoma State: CORRECT OSU 52-45 (DOG cover)
4. Colorado (+10) vs Arizona 4. Oklahoma (-13.5) vs Texas A&M: CORRECT Oklahoma 41-25 (FAV cover)
5. Texas (-1) vs Missouri 5. Duke (+16) vs Miami: WRONG Miami 49-14
6. Kansas State (+5.5) vs Texas A&M 6. UCLA (+8.5) vs Arizona St.: CORRECT UCLA 29-28 (outright win)
7. TCU (+16) vs Boise St. 7. Wake Forest (+14) vs Notre Dame: CORRECT Notre Dame 24-17 (DOG Cover)
8. South Carolina (-2.5) vs Florida 8. Texas (-14) vs Texas Tech: CORRECT Texas 52-30
9. Illinois (-1) vs Michigan 9. N.C. State (+3.5) vs North Carolina: CORRECT N.C. State 13-0 (outright win)
10. Florida State (-10) vs Miami 10. Utah St. (+3.5) @ Hawaii: CORRECT Utah State 35-31 (outright win)
11. Washington (+12) @ USC 11. Washington (+16.5) vs Oregon: WRONG Oregon 34-17
12. Washington State (+11.5) vs Arizona St. 12. West Virginia (-13) vs Louisville: WRONG Louisville 38-35
13. Wisconsin (-29.5) @ Minnesota 13. Stanford (-21) vs Oregon St.: CORRECT Stanford 38-13 (FAV. covered)
14. Auburn (+12) @ Georgia 14. Louisiana Monroe (+5) vs ULL CORRECT: ULL 36-35 (DOG covered)
15. West Virginia (+3) @ Cincinnati 15. Ole Miss (-2) vs Kentucky: WRONG Kentucky 30-13
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD WEEK 11 (10-5)

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 10 PICKS WEEK 8 PICKS & RESULTS
1. Washington Redskins (+4) @ Miami Dolphins 1. Baltimore Ravens (+3) @ Pittsburgh Steelers: CORRECT
2. Atlanta Falcons (PICK) vs New Orleans Saints 2. Miami Dolphins (+4) @ Kansas City Chiefs: CORRECT
3. Minnesota Vikings (+13) @ Green Bay Packers 3. Indianapolis Colts (+6.5) vs Falcons: WRONG
4. Dallas Cowboys (-5) vs Buffalo Bills 4. New Orleans Saints (-8) vs Tampa Bay: CORRECT
5.  Cincinnati Bengals (+4) vs Pittsburgh Steelers 5. Cleveland Browns (+10.5) @ Houston Texans: WRONG
6. Denver Broncos (+3)@ Kansas City Chiefs 6. Buffalo Bills (-2.5) vs New York Jets WRONG
7. Indianapolis Colts (+3) VS Jacksonville Jaguars 7. Washington Redskins (+4) vs San Francisco 49ers WRONG
8. Houston Texans (-4) vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers 8. Seattle Seahawks (+11) vs Dallas Cowboys CORRECT
9. NY Jets (-2) vs New England Patriots 9. Oakland Raiders (-7) vs Denver Broncos WRONG
10. Detroit Lions (+3) vs Chicago Bears 10. St Louis Rams (+3) @ Arizona Cardinals CORRECT
11. St. Louis Rams (+3) @ Arizona Cardinals 11. New England Patriots (-9) vs New York Giants WRONG
12. Seattle (+7.5) vs Baltimore Ravens 12. San Diego Chargers (+5.5) vs Green Bay Packers WRONG
13. NY Giants (+4) @ San Francisco 49ers 13. Philadelphia Eagles (-7.5) vs Chicago Bears
SEASON TOTALS—> SEASON A.T.S. TOTALS 5-7

November 3, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 10 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: FOOTBALL,Sports — toes2734 @ 1:08 AM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 10 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

  • RUNNING A LIL BEHIND THIS WEEK, (WILL GET EVERYTHING UPDATED THURS AND FRIDAY
  • TOMBALL had some golden opportunities to capitalize on Klein mistakes and get a WIN but like the season has been going they just coming up short. But Saturday’s game was pretty exciting so check out the highlights.


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SEASON TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS
WEEK 9: (13-2)
SEASON: (99-36)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)
WEEK 9: (12-3)
SEASON: (59-51-3)

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 8: (9-4)
SEASON: (56-44-6)

BETTING REVIEW:
WEEK 9: WIN $50 Lions (-3) vs Broncos, WIN $50 Dolphins (+9.5) @ Giants
SEASON: (+$155)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)
#1 LSU TIGERS @ #2 ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE
Saturday Nov. 5th 2011, 7pm TV: ESPN

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As far as betting on this game, I always says its hard to bet against Texas High School Quarterbacks

But I am thinking that this is one of those situations. Jarrett Lee out of Brenham High School. Leads LSU against Alabama. I just cant get all those picks he threw in high school and freshman year at LSU out of my mind. Give me Alabama

TOES PICK:
LSU: 14
ALABAMA: 28

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK
DESOTO EAGLES vs LONGVIEW LOBOS
THURS. Nov 3rd 7pm TV: FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST (Houston channel 37 comcast)

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This doesnt have any play on the playoff matchups but you wont find a game with as many college athletes as this one lot of points in this one.

TOES PICK:
DESOTO: 47
LONGVIEW: 44

TOMBALL COUGARS vs KLEIN FOREST
FRIDAY, NOV. 4th 2011 7pm Cougar Stadium

2011 TOMBALL vs KLEIN FOREST

TOMBALL QB Justin Dvorak, OT Connor Patterson (Rice Commit) Klein Forest QB Matt Davis (Texas A&M Commit)

These Two are playing for pride this week Tomball is out of playoff contention and Klein Forest, I cant see a tie breaker that they win so they are out of it as well. Tomball comes in off a heart breaking loss. Klein Forest off a beating from Klein Collins. Both also suffered some big injuries last week that will hurt. Tomball DT A.J. Mathews got rolled up on and injured a ankle or maybe even a knee. I dunno I havent spoken with anybody since the game. Klein Forest QB Matt Davis has been slowed by an ankle injury the last two weeks has lost their big WR #8 Markel Steward-Gillespie (if thats how you spell his name) was taken off on a stretcher last week. He most likely wont play(now im hearing he will my guess would be in goaline fade situations). After watching Klein Forest play a couple of times. I always kept saying this was going to be A.J. Mathews game to go off on. Klein Forest who I thought have the weakest guards and center combo and their best lineman who played OT failed so he is out as well. A.J. Who been getting double and triple teamed all year long. I think he would of made plays all night long even if he was triple teamed by Klein Forest.

TOES PICK: (flip the score if AJ doesnt play)
TOMBALL: 31
KLEIN FOREST: 38

THIS WEEKS HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TV SCHEDULE:
FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST (Houston ch 37 comcast/xfinity direct TV ?)
THURS. 11/3 Desoto at Longview

Channel 13.2 (channel 685 on comcast/xfinity)
THURS. 11/3 Deer Park vs Dobie

KUBE Channel 57 (channel 53 on comcast/xfinity Houston)
THURS. Nov. 3 Brazoswood Buccaneers vs. Clear Springs Chargers

WEBCAST LIVE ON www.foxsportshouston.com
SAT. 11/5 2pm Oak Ridge at Kingwood

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 8 PICKS WEEK 7 PICKS WEEK 7 RESULTS
1. Desoto over Longview 44-31 1. Pearland Dawson over La Marque by 20 1. (L) La Marque 35-28
2. Tomball over Klein Forest 38-31 2. Tomball over Klein 28-21 2. (L) Klein 34-26
3. The Woodlands over Conroe by 30 3. Klein Oak over Spring by 17 3. (W) Klein Oak 49-21 (28 said 17)
4. Klein Collins over Spring by 20 4. Cinco Ranch over Morton Ranch by 7 4. (W) Cinco Ranch 33-13 (20 said 7)
5. Dekaney over Westfield by 10 5. Dekaney over Klein Forest by 20 5. (W) Dekaney 56-35 (21 said 20)
6. Katy over Cinco Ranch by 40 6. Cy Falls over Jersey Village by 14 6. (W) Cy Falls 62-35 (27 said 14)
7. Klein Oak over Klein by 28 7. Langham Creek over Cy Creek by 24 7. (W) Langham Creek 48-21  (27 said 24)
8. Magnolia West over Waller by 24 8. Clear Springs over Clear Creek by 14 8. (W) Clear Springs 47-14 (34 said 14)
9. Brenham over Stratford by 14 9. TV GAME: Kinkaid over St. Johns by 30 9. (W) Kinkaid  28-7
10. Cy Ridge over Cy Creek by 17 10. Cy Fair over Cy Ranch by 17 10. (W) Cy Fair 31-14 (17 said 17) EXACT PICK
11. Montgomery over Magnolia by 35 11. Cy Woods over Cy Ridge by 3 11. (W) Cy Woods 45-13 (32 said 3)
12. Willis over Huntsville by 3 12. TV GAME: Aledo over Birdville by 40 12. (W) Aledo 67-42 (25 said 40)
13. Humble over Summer Creek by 3 13. The Woodlands over College Park by 21 13. (W) The Woodlands 38-0 (38 said 21)
14. Lufkin over College Park by 30 14. Stratford over Waller by 30 14. (W) Stratford 35-20 (15 said 30)
15. Cy Fair over Jersey Village by 30 15. Katy over Katy Taylor by 35 15. (W) Katy 52-14 (38 said 35)
SEASON TOTALS Week 9 TOTALS 13-2

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)

TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)

WEEK 9 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS RESULTS
 1. Alabama (-5) vs LSU 1. Georgia Tech (+3.5) @ Clemson 1. (W) Georgia Tech 31-17
 2. Connecticut (-2) vs Syracuse 2. Oklahoma St. (-14) @ Baylor 2. (W) Oklahoma State 59-24
3. Kansas State (+21) vs Oklahoma State 3. Iowa (-15.5) @ Minnesota 3. (L) Minnesota 22-21
4. Oklahoma (-13.5) vs Texas A&M 4. Missouri (+10.5) @ Texas A&M 4. (W) Missouri 38-31
5. Duke (16) @ Miami 5. Louisianna Lafayette (+3) vs Middle Tenn St 5. (W) ULL 45-20
6. UCLA (+8.5) vs Arizona St. 6. Oklahoma (-13) @ Kansas State 6. (W) Oklahoma 58-17
7. Wake Forest (+14) vs Notre Dame 7. Boston College (+7) @ Maryland 7. (W) Boston College 28-17
8. Texas (-14) vs Texas Tech 8. UTEP (+10) vs Southern Miss 8. (L) Southern Miss 31-13
9. N.C State (+3.5) vs North Carolina 9. Wake Forest (+7) @ North Carolina 9. (L) North Carolina 49-24
10. Utah St (+3.5) @ Hawaii 10. Louisville (+3) vs Syracuse 10. (W) Louisville 27-10
11. Washington (+16.5) vs Stanford 11. Georgia (-3) vs Florida 11. (W) Georgia 24-20
12. West Virginia (-13) vs Louisville 12. South Carolina (-3.5) vs Tennessee 12. (W) South Carolina 14-3
13. Stanford (-21) @ Oregon State 13. Tulsa (-2.5) @ SMU 13. (W) Tulsa 38-7
14. University Louisianna Monroe (+5) vs Louisianna Lafayette 14. Kent State (+4) vs Bowling Green 14. (W) Kent State 27-15
15. Ole Miss (-2) vs Kentucky 15. Notre Dame (-22) vs Navy 15. (W) Notre Dame 56-14
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD WEEK 9 A-T-S (12-3)

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 9 PICKS WEEK 8 PICKS WEEK 8 PICK RESULTS
1. Ravens (+3) vs Steelers 1. Lions (-2.5) vs Broncos 1. (W) Lions 45-10
2. Dolphins (+4) @ Chiefs 2. Patriots (-2.5) @ Pittsburgh 2. (L) Steelers 25-17
3. Colts (+6.5) vs Falcons 3. Bengals (-2.5) @ Seahawks 3. (W) Bengals 34-12
4. Saints (-8) vs Buccaneers 4. Eagles (-3) vs Cowboys 4. (W) Eagles 34-7
5. Browns (+10.5) vs Texans 5. 49ers (-9) vs Browns 5. (W) 49ers 20-10
6. Bills (-2.5) vs Jets 6. Bills (-4.5) vs Redskins 6. (W) Bills 23-0
7. Redskins (+4) vs 49ers 7. Dolphins (+9.5) vs Giants 7. (W) Giants 20-17
8. Cowboys (-11) vs Seahawks 8. Cardinals (+12.5) vs Ravens 8. (W) Ravens 30-27
9. Raiders (-7) vs Broncos 9. Jaguars (+9.5) @ Houston 9. (L) Texans 24-14
10. Rams (+3) @ Cardinals 10. Vikings (+3.5) @ Panthers 10. (W) Vikings 24-21
11. Patriots (-9) vs Giants 11. Rams (+13.5) vs Saints 11. (W) Rams 31-21
12. Chargers (+5.5) vs Packers 12. Chargers (-3.5) vs Chiefs 12. (L) Chiefs 23-20
13. Eagles (-7.5) vs Bears
SEASON TOTALS—> SEASON A.T.S. TOTALS WEEK 8 A.T.S. TOTALS 9-3

October 24, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 9 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: FOOTBALL,Sports — toes2734 @ 10:40 AM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 9 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

  • THURS- Probably one one the most wildest scenes at a football game came at UCLA vs Arizona when a fan ran out Jace Lankow on the field dressed as a referee. While security was chasing him around. This gave players a chance to talk to one another then a brawl broke out. 2 of my favorite things about sports right after another its great check this out 1st video is a friend of the fan who knew he was gonna run out, then the 2nd video is how it showed on ESPN watch it!!

  • THURS. Tomball believe it or not I still think is mathematically alive for the playoffs (see below by the standings for the details) even after it seemed to get a break and failed to capitalize on Klein Oak’s misfortunes earlier in the week when EJ Fatu was troubled with some drug charge and removed from the team (word is pot was found on him at school) then the previous week they lost a couple of players to injury all state linebacker AJ Hillard was one of them. No matter they couldn’t cover or stop Notre Dame commit Nicky Baratti in the secondary. Here are the Highlights from that game, Although it should be labeled Nicky Baratti highlight reel but check it out

  • FRIDAY – Morton Ranch clinched a playoff spot, no big deal with them. It means no possible Katy vs Allen dream match-up in the state title game. Katy cause of Morton Ranch and Cinco Ranch clinching playoff births will now go to the division 2 bracket. For the 4 playoff teams the two teams with the highest student enrollment go to division 1 the two lowest enrollment school go to division 2
  • SATURDAY-was shaping up to be one of the most plain college football weekends of the year, until the night time when 2 things happened. One was the Michigan State Hail Mary one of those plays that will be shown again and again for years to come

  • Oklahoma was upset after a lengthy weather delay this game finished just after midnight. Oklahoma fell behind early, then rallied back to fall just short to Texas Tech

  • SUNDAY- Tim Tebow came up big in his 1st NFL Start. It was ugly, very ugly but he won. Kind of reminds me of another NFL QB Vince Young, Vince won games had a winning record as a starter. Tebow’s situation like Vince’s wont last long. It wont be long before WR Brandon Lloyd will start complainig about not getting 10-12 balls thrown his way each game, and the 5 or 6 he will see a game will be slightly off target. His complaining will mess up team chemistry and Denver will be right in the thick of the Andrew Luck race, But I still think they draft a QB if it Luck or not. I think USC Matt Barkley would be a good fit, and John Elway will take him if he cant get Luck.
  • To Check in on the Preseason picks to see who I got winning what district/conference/championship games in High School, College, and NFL here is the link to

https://toes2734.wordpress.com/2011/08/10/toes-2011-nfl-college-high-school-football-season-predictions/

SEASON TOTALS
HIGH SCHOOL PICKS
WEEK 7: (12-3)
SEASON: (86-34)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)
WEEK 7: (7-8)
SEASON: (47-48-3)

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 6: (4-6-1)
SEASON: (47-41-6)

BETTING REVIEW:
WEEK 8: no bets
SEASON: (+$55)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)
OKLAHOMA SOONERS(-) @ KANSAS STATE WILDCATS (+)
Saturday October 29th 2011 pm, @ 2:30pm Kansas St TV: ABC

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Oklahoma QB Landry Jones, WR Ryan Broyles Kansas State QB Colin Klein, RB Josh Huebert

Oklahoma will come looking for blood after getting upset last week at the hands of Texas Tech. Kansas State come in undefeated but I think their schedule so far to date is a little light in the competition department

TOES PICK:
OKLAHOMA: 41
KANSAS STATE: 17

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK
ALEDO BEARCATS vs BIRDVILLE
THURS. OCT. 27th 7pm Aledo TV: espnU

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Aledo RB Jonathan Gray (Texas Longhorn Commit)

Anytime Texas High School Football is on National TV that one gets game of the week status. Eventhough this game doesnt figure to be close. Texas Longhorn Commit Jonathan Gray will be on display, as he inches closes to the all-time leading scorer in high school football. But Aledo should win big in this one

TOES PICK:
ALEDO: 55
BIRDVILLE: 20

TOMBALL COUGARS vs KLEIN BEARKATS
Saturday Oct. 29th 2011 2pm Klein Memorial (Klein H.S.) TV/WEBCAST http://www.foxsportshouston.com

2011 Tomball vs Klein

Tomball LB Kyle Harden, QB Justin Dvorak Klein RB David Hamm, WR/QB Andrew Santacroce

This game will be WEBCAST or Streamed live 2pm on www.foxsportshouston.com So check it out if your out of town or cant make it to the game. Klein has struggled since starting out 3-0 and havent won a district game yet they have played some close ones. Klein probably has this game circled as this could be their only chance for a district win.

according to my projections I could be wrong but Tomball needs to finish in a 4 way tie for 4th If its a 3 way tie Tomball loses all point tie breakers But if its a 4way I think Tomball could get in (im not sure about 13-5A 4way tie breakers but if its points here is how I see it

IF a 4 way tie for 4th place happens, I have no idea what the 4 Way tie breaker for 13-5A is I cant find it on any websites, but most districts use the point system with games involved with the four teams, some use teams record against each other in the 4ways, there could be other ways each individual district has their own way of tie breaking.

IF ITS RECORD AGAINST EACH OTHER HERE IS HOW IT GOES
Klein Forest (1-2) Westfield (1-2) Spring (2-1) Tomball (2-1)
Tomball & Spring both 2-1, Spring is IN cause of head to head victory over Tomball

IF IT IS POINT SYSTEM (not sure what the cap off point is each district is different or has their own)

WESTFIELD vs L Tomball,35-14 (-21) vs W Klein Forest 49-28 (+21), vs L Spring 49-37 (-12
(-12) if 18 cap (-12) if 14 cap (-12)
KLEIN FOREST vs Tomball (??) vs L Westfield 49-28 (-21) W Spring (35-33) (+2)
so far (-19) is 18 cap (-16) if 14 cap (-12)
SPRING vs Tomball 35-28 (+7) vs Klein Forest 35-33(-2) vs Westfield 49-37 (+12)
(+17) all the way with any cap
TOMBALL vs Klein Forest (??) vs W Westfield 35-14 (+21) vs Spring L 35-28 (-7)
21 cap is (+14) if 18 cap (+11) if 14 cap (+7)

BOTTOM LINE HERE IS WHAT I BELIEVE HAS TO HAPPEN
FOR TOMBALL TO MAKE PLAYOFFS

  1. Tomball MUST BEAT Klein
  2. Klein Forest MUST BEAT Dekaney (not likely) (even more unlikely if Matt Davis is still hurt) he got knocked out of last weeks game in 1st quarter with a bad ankle, he was walking on it on the sidelines, but limping noticeably
  3. Spring goes 0-2 vs Klein Oak & Klein Collins (could happen)
  4. Westfield goes 0-2 vs Klein Collins & Dekaney (could happen)
  5. Tomball MUST BEAT Klein Forest by 4 or 7 or more points (depends on point cap for 13-5A)

TOES PICK:
TOMBALL: 28
KLEIN: 21

13-5A and 14-5A district standings

13-5A 14-5A
1. Klein Oak (3,736) (4-1) @ Spring, vs Klein 1. Lufkin (2,201) (4-0) vs Kingwood, @ College Park
2. Dekaney (2,720) (4-1) @ Klein Forest, vs Westfield 2. The Woodlands (3,782) (3-1) vs College Park, @ Conroe
3. Westfield (3,196) (3-2) vs Klein Collins, vs Dekaney 3. Kingwood (2,580) (3-1) @ Lufkin, vs Oak Ridge
4. Klein Collins (3,266) (3-2) @ Westfield, vs Spring 4. College Park (2,565) (3-1) @ The Woodlands, vs Lufkin
5. Klein Forest (3,528) (2-3) vs Dekaney, @ Tomball 5. Conroe (3,047) (1-3) @ Atascosita, vs The Woodlands
6. Spring (3,493) (3-2) vs Klein Oak, @ Klein Collins 6. Atascosita (3,210) (1-4) vs Conroe, BYE
7. Tomball (2,876) (1-4) @ Klein, vs Klein Forest 7. Oak Ridge (2,685) (0-5) BYE, @ Kingwood
8. Klein (3,125) (0-5) vs Tomball, @ Klein Oak

IF PLAYOFFS STARTED TODAY 13-5A vs 14-5A
D1 Klein Oak vs Kingwood, and The Woodlands vs Klein Collins
D2 Dekaney vs College Park, and Westfield vs Lufkin

17-4A 18-4A
1. Brenham (1,438) (5-0) , @ Magnolia, vs Stratford 1. Summer Creek (1,662) (4-1) vs New Caney Porter, @ Humble
2. Stratford (1,924) (4-1) vs Waller, @ Brenham 2. Willis (1,772) (4-1) vs Humble, @ Huntsville
3. Magnolia West (1,794) (3-2) vs Spring Woods, @ Waller 3. Kingwood Park (1,601) (4-1) vs Huntsville, @ New Caney
4. Montgomery (1,932) (3-2) @ Northbrook, vs Magnolia 4. Huntsville (1,826) (4-1) vs Kingwood Park, vs Willis
6. Waller (1,386) (3-2) @ Stratford, vs Magnolia West 5. Humble (1,984) (3-2) @ Willis, vs Summer Creek
5. Magnolia (1,640) (2-3) vs Brenham, @ Montgomery 6. New Caney (1,570) (1-5) @ Caney Creek, vs Kingwood Park
7. Spring Woods (1,916) (0-5) @ Magnolia West, vs Northbrook 7. New Caney Porter (1,877) (0-5) @ Summer Creek, vs Caney Creek
8. Northbrook (1,890) (0-5) vs Montgomery, @ Spring Woods 8. Caney Creek (1,745) (0-5) vs New Caney, @ New Caney Porter

IF PLAYOFFS STARTED TODAY
17-4A D1 #1 Stratford #2 Montgomery D2 #1 Brenham #2 Magnolia West
18-4A D1 #1 Willis #2 Huntsville D2 #1 Summer Creek #2 Kingwood Park

THIS WEEKS HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TV SCHEDULE:
THURSDAY Oct. 28 Aledo vs Birdville 7pm ESPNU
FRIDAY Oct. 28 7pmKinkaid Eagles vs. St. John’s Mavericks* *Friday Night Game KUBE CH. 57 (53 on comcast xfinity)
SAT. 10/29 2pm Tomball at Klein WEBCAST www.foxsportshouston.com

FUTURE TV/WEBCAST GAMES HOUSTON AREA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST (Houston ch 37 comcast/xfinity direct TV ?)
THURS. 11/3 Desoto at Longview

Channel 13.2 (channel 685 on comcast/xfinity)
THURS. 11/3 Deer Park vs Dobie
2 ADDITIONAL PLAYOFF GAMES TBD

KUBE Channel 57 (channel 53 on comcast/xfinity Houston)
THURS. Nov. 3 Brazoswood Buccaneers vs. Clear Springs Chargers
Two additional playoff games will be aired with teams determined by ranking and division.

WEBCAST LIVE ON www.foxsportshouston.com
SAT. 11/5 2pm Oak Ridge at Kingwood

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 8 PICKS WEEK 7 PICKS WEEK 7 RESULTS
1. Pearland Dawson over La Marque by 20 1. Klein Collins over Klein Forest 31-24 1. (W) Klein Collins 49-27 said 31-24
2. TV/WEBCAST Tomball over Klein 28-21 2. Klein Oak over Tomball 37-17 2. (W) Klein Oak 45-21 said 37-17
3. Klein Oak over Spring by 17 3. TV GAME: Dekaney over Klein by 24 3. (W) Dekaney (32 said 24)
4. Cinco Ranch over Morton Ranch by 7 4. Langham Creek over Cy Fair by 3 4. (L) Cy Fair 22-15
5. Dekaney over Klein Forest by 20 5. Jersey Village over Cy Springs by 24 5. (W)Jersey Village 55-28 (27 said 24)
6. Cy Falls over Jersey Village by 14 6. The Woodlands over Kingwood by 21 6. (W) The Woodlands 28-0 (28 said 20)
7. Langham Creek over Cy Creek by 24 7. Cy Falls over Cy Ranch by 10 7. (W) Cy Falls 37-28 (9 said 10)
8. Clear Springs over Clear Creek by 14 8. Seven lakes over Mayde Creek by 14 8. (W) Seven Lakes 35-21 (14 said 14) EXACT
9. TV GAME: Kinkaid over St. Johns by 30 9. Cy Woods over Cy Creek by 20 9. (W) Cy Woods 49-31 (18 said 20)
10. Cy Fair over Cy Ranch by 17 10. Katy over Memorial by 24 10. (W) Katy 45-0 (45 said 24)
11. Cy Woods over Cy Woods by 3 11. Westfield over Spring by 10 11. (L) Spring 49-37
12. TV GAME: Aledo over Birdville by 40 12. Magnolia West over Stratford by 7 12. (L) Stratford 51-13 (way off!!)
13. The Woodlands over College Park by 21 13. Waller over Magnolia by 17 13. (W) Waller 41-14 (27 said 17)
14. Stratford over Waller by 30 14. P.A. Memorial over Westbrook by 6 14. (W) P.A. Memorial 32-27 (5 said 6)
15. Katy over Katy Taylor by 35 15. Lufkin over Oak Ridge by 38 15. (W) Lufkin 63-0 (63 said 38)
SEASON TOTALS Week 8 TOTALS 12-3

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK
MICHIGAN STATE (+) @ NEBRASKA CORNHUSKERS
SAT. 11am Nebraska TV: ESPN

2011 michigan state vs nebraska

Nebraska RB Rex Burkhead, QB Zac Martinez Michigan State QB Kirk Cousins, LB William Gholston,

TOES PICK
MICHIGAN STATE: 21
NEBRASKA: 31

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)
TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)

WEEK 9 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS RESULTS
 1. Georgia Tech (+3.5) vs Clemson 1. Michigan State (+8) vs Wisconsin 1. (W) Michigan State 37-31
 2. Oklahoma St. (-14) vs Baylor 2. Kansas (+11) vs Kansas 2. (L) Kansas St 59-21
 3. Iowa (-15.5) @ Minnesota 3. Duke (+3) vs Wake Forest 3. (W) Wake Forest 24-23
 4. Missouri (+10.5) vs Texas A&M 4. Navy (-11) vs East Carolina 4. (L) East Carolina 38-35
 5. Louisianna Lafayette (+3) vs Middle Tennessee 5. Northwestern (+4) vs Penn State 5. (L) Penn State 34-24
 6. Oklahoma (-13) @ Kansas State 6. Tulsa (-10.5) vs Rice 6. (W) Tulsa 38-20
 7. Boston College (+7) @ Maryland 7. Memphis (+12.5) @ Tulane 7. (W) Memphis 33-17
 8. UTEP (+10) vs Southern Miss 8. Oregon State (+3) @ Washington St. 8. (W) Oregon St 44-21
 9. Wake Forest (+7) @ North Carolina 9. Utah (+1.5) @ California 9. (L) California 34-10
 10. Louisville (+3) vs Syracuse 10. Tennessee (+29.5) @ Alabama 10. (L) Alabama 37-6
 11. Georgia (-3) vs Florida 11. USC (+9.5) @ Notre Dame 11. (W) USC 31-17
 12. South Carolina (-3.5) @ Tennessee 12. SMU (+3) @ Southern Miss 12. (L) Southern Miss 27-3
 13. Tulsa (-2.5) vs SMU 13. Illinois (-3.5) @ Purdue 13. (L) Purdue 21-14
 14. Kent State (+4) vs Bowling Green 14. Georgia Tech (+3) @ Miami 14. (L) Miami 24-7
 15. Notre Dame (-22) vs Navy 15. Clemson (-10.5) vs North Carolina 15. (W) Clemson 59-38
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD WEEK 8 A-T-S (7-8)

 

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 8 PICKS WEEK 7 PICKS WEEK 7 PICK RESULTS
 1. Lions (-2.5) @ Denver 1. Rams (+14) @ Cowboys 1. (L) Cowboys 34-7
 2. Patriots (-2.5) @ Pittsburgh 2. Chiefs (+3.5) vs Raiders 2. (W) Chiefs 28-0
 3. Bengals (-2.5) @ Seahawks 3. Colts (+14) vs Saints 3. (L) Saints 62-7
 4. Eagles (-3) vs Dallas 4. Jets (-1) vs Chargers 4. (W) Jets 27-21
 5. 49ers (-9) vs Browns 5. Redskins (+2.5) @ Panthers 5. (L) Panthers 33-20
 6. Bills (-4.5) vs Redskins 6. Buccaneers (+1.5) vs Bears 6. (L) Bears 24-18
 7. Dolphins (+9.5) vs Giants 7. Browns (-3) vs Seahawks 7. (PUSH) Browns 6-3
 8. Cardinals (+12.5) @ Ravens 8. Packers (-9.5) @ Vikings 8. (L) Packers 33-27
 9. Jaguars (+9.5) @ Houston 9. Falcons (+4) vs Lions 9. (W) Falcons 23-16
 10. Vikings (+3.5) @ Panthers 10. Jaguars (+9.5) vs Ravens MONDAY
 11. Rams (+13.5) vs Saints 11. Broncos (-1.5) @ Dolphins 11. (W) Broncos 18-15
 12. Chargers (-3.5) vs Chiefs 12. Cardinals (-4) vs Steelers 12. (L) Steelers 32-20
SEASON TOTALS—> SEASON A.T.S. TOTALS WEEK 6 A.T.S. TOTALS 4-6-1

October 19, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 8 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: FOOTBALL,Sports — toes2734 @ 12:29 AM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 8 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

  • FRIDAY-Tomball and Dekaney played one of the most entertaining games of the season. It started out bad as Dekaney RB and A&M Commit Trey Williams took the ball 60+ yards for a TD, Dekaney put up 35 first half points. Tomball also put up 20 1st half points led by the passing game with the Justin Dvorak Jameson Johnson connection hooking up a few times for some big plays. The 2nd half Tomball staged a comeback the defense settled down had some stops. The offense moved the ball put up some TD’s and took the lead. Dekaney midway through the 4th had Trey Williams broke a long run before being bumped out at the 2 then the QB punched it in on the next play, to take a 41-39 lead. Tomball then drove the ball down to the Dekaney 27, on 1st and 10 a Offensive Pass Interference penalty absolutely killed them.(it was justified I believe watch the vid below) It took the ball out of field goal range, and Tomball wasn’t able to get the ball back in range. Now they did get it to the 33 yard line which would be a 50 yard field goal. During pregame warm-up, I never saw the FG kicker make a 50, I was watching but not closely to see every kick but the ones I did see from that range weren’t good. So I think that might of played into the decision not to kick. I don’t know I never saw the Kicker get injured any during the game either, I don’t know why the decision to not try the FG was made. But usually when that decision is made there is a pretty valid decision behind it. Anyways here is the highlights below

  • Klein Oak (Tomball’s next opponent) was in a close battle with Westfield. Westfield took a 21 point lead Klein Oak came back to tie it up late then Westfield hit a field goal with no time left to win it Check out the vid below

  • Hey MSU linebacker William Gholston, how do you really feel about Michigan??

  • Hey Oregon Coach Chip Kelly, what do you think about kids that run on the field after the games??

  • Hey AJ Hawk Packers linebacker, tell us what you really think of the Rams linemen in this past Sunday’s game

  • Hey Arizona State Reciever!? Tell us what you think of camera men to close to the sidelines

  • To Check in on the Preseason picks to see who I got winning what district/conference/championship games in High School, College, and NFL here is the link to

https://toes2734.wordpress.com/2011/08/10/toes-2011-nfl-college-high-school-football-season-predictions/

SEASON TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS
WEEK 7: (12-3)
SEASON: (74-31)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)
WEEK 7: (9-6)
SEASON: (40-40-3)

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 6: (8-3-2)
SEASON: (43-35-5)

BETTING REVIEW:

WEEK 7: no bets
SEASON: (+$55)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)
HOUSTON TEXANS(+3) @ TENNESSEE TITANS (-3)
Sunday October 23rd 2011 pm, @ LP Field Tennessee

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Texans RBArain Foster, QB Matt Schaub Titans RB Chris Johnson, CB Cortland Finnegan

Texans got beat up last week at Baltimore. Titans were off last week healing up. This will be the 2nd road game in a row for the Texans. With that said you could see which way I’m leaning with this one. The Texans really need this one to stay in contention for the division title. If the Texans lose this one they will be 3-4 and Titans would be 4-2, The Texans would be going games behind and with the victory the titans would own the tiebreaker over Houston by beating them. But since I dont pick Titans games anymore. Some people ask me why I never bet on the Titans?? 2 reasons 1. If I was to bet money on them and lose I would be double pissed. 2. I bet 50 cents on the Oilers/Titans back in 93 on that Bills comeback game where they lost in the wildcard game with a record 35-3 comback from the Bills. By betting on that I thought I was the one that jinxed them. So from that day on I told myself that I would never bet on the Oilers/Titans again
TOES PICK:
TEXANS: no pick
TITANS:

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK
KLEIN COLLINS VS KLEIN FOREST GOLDEN EAGLES
FRIDAY. OCT. 14th 2011 7pm Klein Memorial Stadium

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Klein Forest QB Matt Davis (A&M Commit) Klein Collins QB Tyler Stehling (Rice Commit) WR Shane Rhoades (Boise St Commit)

Whoever comes out of this game will be in the drivers seat and control their own destiny for the playoffs. Klein Forest after starting the season hot have cooled off the last couple of weeks taking a couple of loses in the process. This week they face some stiff competition with Klein Collins who started out slow but has heated up as of late. I will take the team that is hot now

TOES PICK:
KLEIN FOREST: 24
KLEIN COLLINS: 31

TOMBALL COUGARS vs KLEIN OAK PANTHERS
Thursday Oct. 20th 2011 7pm Klein Memorial (Klein H.S.)
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Klein Oak RB/LB E.J. Fatu, ATH Nicky Baratti. Tomball LB Eric Law, DT A.J. Mathews

Klein Oak and Tomball both come into this one with heartbreaking close loses. Klein Oak lost with a last second FG made by Westfield in their game. (see the video up top) Tomball’s 2nd half comeback against Dekaney fell just short. (see the video up top) Klein Oak is still in pretty good shape for the playoffs. But they want to keep that top seed so they can avoid a 1st round match up with The Woodlands. Tomball playoffs hopes look bleak but are still alive right now the most probable scenario I see (Tomball needs to win out, and Westfield and Spring lose 2 out of their last 3 games. Westfield plays Spring, Klein Collins, Dekaney. Spring plays Westfield, Klein Oak, Klein Collins. A Spring upset of Westfield would be helpful cause I can see Spring losing to Oak and Collins. But anyways this game is a must win. Klein Oak has moved their QB Notre Dame Nicky Baratti commit to WR and DB, and have Inserted Connor into the QB spot, he certainly doesn’t have the physical attributes that Baratti has If I had to guess he is 5-10 175 pounds or somewhere around there. I think this move comes from needing some playmakers on the outside and McQueen make good decisions and doesn’t commit turnovers, and has a good enough arm to make throws to the outside. Klein Oak has 2 very good running backs E.J. Fatu and Larenzo Stewart. Fatu is a Samoan Bulldozer a punishing back he gets the tough yardage one of the toughest backs I’ve seen around here in years. Instead of people hitting him he delivers the punishment. Fatu will also see thime a linebacker (which is where I think colleges are recruiting him to play) Stewart is just a sophomore but has been starting mid-way through his freshman year is more of the speedster type. But a school that has over 3,700 kids for a freshman to be starting at running back says he is gonna be something special. Defensively Klein Oak has been one of the better teams in the district holding Trey Williams to his lowest total since he has been at Dekaney 110 yards or something like that. Tomball will have to play a game similar to the one the played last week. I expect lots of passing attempts. If Tomball sustains some drives doesn’t turn the ball over they can be in this one till the end

TOES PICK:
TOMBALL: 17
KLEIN OAK: 35

13-5A and 14-5A district standings

13-5A 14-5A
1. Klein Oak (3,736) (3-1) vs Tomball, @ Spring, vs Klein 1. Lufkin (2,201) (3-0)@ Oak Ridge, vs Kingwood, @ College Park
2. Dekaney (2,720) (3-1) vs Klein, @ Klein Forest, vs Westfield 2. Kingwood (2,580) (3-0) vs The Woodlands, @ Lufkin, vs Oak Ridge
3. Westfield (3,196) (3-1) @ Spring, vs Klein Collins, vs Dekaney 3. The Woodlands (3,782) (2-1) @ Kingwood, vs College Park, @ Conroe
4. Klein Collins (3,266) (2-2) @ vs Klein Forest, @ Westfield, vs Spring 4. College Park (2,565) (2-1) vs Atascosita, @ The Woodlands, vs Lufkin
5. Klein Forest (3,528) (2-2) @ Klein Collins, vs Dekaney, @ Tomball 5. Conroe (3,047) (1-3) BYE, @ Atascosita, vs The Woodlands
6. Spring (3,493) (2-2) vs Westfield, vs Klein Oak, @ Klein Collins 6. Atascosita (3,210) (1-3) @ College Park, vs Conroe, BYE
7. Tomball (2,876) (1-3) @ Klein Oak, @ Klein, vs Klein F 7. Oak Ridge (2,685) (0-4) vs Lufkin, BYE, @ Kingwood
8. Klein (3,125) (0-4) @ Dekaney, vs Tomball, @ Klein Oak 3. Westfield (3,196) (3-1) @ Spring, vs Klein Collins, vs Dekaney

IF PLAYOFFS STARTED TODAY 13-5A vs 14-5A
D1 Klein Oak vs The Woodlands, and Klein Collins vs Kingwood
D2 Dekaney vs College Park, and Westfield vs Lufkin

17-4A 18-4A
1. Brenham (1,438) (4-0) vs Northbrook, @ Magnolia, vs Stratford 1. Humble (1,984) (3-1) vs Kingwood Park, @ Willis, vs Summer Creek
2. Magnolia West (1,794) (3-1) @ Magnolia, vs Stratford, vs Spring Woods, @ Waller 2. Summer Creek (1,662) (3-1) @ Caney Creek, vs New Caney Porter, @ Humble
3. Montgomery (1,932) (2-2) @ Spring Woods, @ Northbrook, vs Magnolia 3. Willis (1,772) (3-1) @ New Caney Porter, vs Humble, @ Huntsville
4. Stratford (1,924) (3-1) @ Magnolia West, vs Waller, @ Brenham 4. Kingwood Park (1,601) (3-1) @ Humble, vs Huntsville, @ New Caney
5. Magnolia (1,640) (2-2) @ Waller, vs Brenham, @ Montgomery 5. Huntsville (1,826) (3-1) vs New Caney, vs Kingwood Park, vs Willis
6. Waller (1,386) (2-2) vs Magnolia, @ Stratford, vs Magnolia West 6. New Caney (1,570) (1-3) @ Huntsville, @ Caney Creek, vs Kingwood Park
7. Spring Woods (1,916) (0-4) vs Montgomery, @ Magnolia West, vs Northbrook 7. New Caney Porter (1,877) (0-4) vs Willis, @ Summer Creek, vs Caney Creek
8. Northbrook (1,890) (0-4) @ Brenham, vs Montgomery, @ Spring Woods 8. Caney Creek (1,745) (0-4) vs Summer Creek, vs New Caney, @ New Caney Porter

IF PLAYOFFS STARTED TODAY
17-4A D1 #1 Stratford #2 Montgomery
D2 #1 Brenham #2 Magnolia West
18-4A ??? 5 teams tied at (3-1) for 4 playoff spots (I dont know their Tie Breaker system)

THIS WEEKS HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TV SCHEDULE:
THURS. 10/20 7pm Cibolo Steele at Converse Judson FoxSW Fox Sports Southwest CH: 37 comcast/xfinity
THURS. 10/20 7pm Klein Bearkats vs. Dekaney Wildcats: KUBE CH: 57, 53 on comcast/xfinity
SAT. 10/22 2pm Dobie vs Sam Rayburn webcast on http://www.foxsportshouston.com
SAT. 10/22 6pm The Woodlands vs Kingwood CH:13.2, or 685 on comcast/xfinity

FUTURE TV/WEBCAST GAMES HOUSTON AREA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST (Houston ch 37 comcast/xfinity direct TV ?)
THURS. 11/3 Desoto at Longview

Channel 13.2 (channel 685 on comcast/xfinity)
THURS. 11/3 Deer Park vs Dobie
2 ADDITIONAL PLAYOFF GAMES TBD

KUBE Channel 57 (channel 53 on comcast/xfinity Houston)
FRIDAY Oct. 28 Kinkaid Eagles vs. St. John’s Mavericks* *Friday Night Game
THURS. Nov. 3 Brazoswood Buccaneers vs. Clear Springs Chargers
Two additional playoff games will be aired with teams determined by ranking and division.

ESPNU
Thurs. Oct. 27 Aledo vs Birdville

WEBCAST LIVE ON www.foxsportshouston.com
SAT. 10/29 2pm Tomball at Klein
SAT. 11/5 2pm Oak Ridge at Kingwood

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 8 PICKS WEEK 7 PICKS WEEK 7 RESULTS
1. Klein Collins over Klein Forest 1. Cy Falls over Cy Fair by 3 1. (L) Cy Fair 24-17
2. Klein Oak over Tomball 37-17 2. Dekaney over Tomball 45-20 2. (W) Dekaney 41-38
3. TV GAME: Dekaney over Klein by 24 3. TV GAME: Klein Forest over Spring by 14 3 (W) Klein Forest 35-33
4. Langham Creek over Cy Fair by 3 4. TV GAME: Pearland over Clear Creek by 10 4. (W) Pearland
5. Jersey Village over Cy Springs by 24 5. Klein Collins over Klein by 28 5 (W) Klein Collins
6. The Woodlands over Kingwood by 21 6. Langham Creek over Cy Woods by 3 6. (L) Cy Woods
7. Cy Falls over Cy Ranch by 10 7. North Shore over Westbrook by 3 7. (W) North Shore
8. Seven lakes over Mayde Creek by 14 8. Klein Oak over Westfield by 20 8. (L) Westfield 48-45
9. Cy Woods over Cy Creek by 20 9. Brenham over Montgomery by 14 9 (W) Brenham 14-7
10. Katy over Memorial by 24 10. The Woodlands over Oak Ridge by 35 10. (W) The Woodlands 52-0
11. Westfield over Spring by 10 11. College Park over Conroe by 7 11. (W) College Park
12. Magnolia West over Stratford by 7 12. Magnolia West over Magnolia by 35 12. (W) Magnolia West
13. Waller over Magnolia by 17 13. Cy Ranch over Cy Springs by 24 13. (W) Cy Ranch
14. P.A. Memorial over Westbrook by 6 14. Cinco Ranch over Stake Jesuit by 21 14. (W) Cinco Ranch
15. Lufkin over Oak Ridge by 38 15. Manvel over Friendswood by 28 15. (W) Manvel
SEASON TOTALS 53-22 Week 6 TOTALS 12-3

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK
WISCONSIN BADGERS (-8) @ MICHIGAN STATE (+8)
SAT. OCT. 22nd  7pm  (Lansing MI)

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Michigan State QB Kirk Cousins, LB William Gholston, Wisconsin QB Russell Wilson, RB James White

TOES PICK
MICHIGAN STATE: 17
WISCONSIN: 24

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)

TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)

WEEK 8 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS RESULTS
1. Michigan State (+8) vs Wisconsin 1. Virginia Tech (-6) @ Wake Forest 1. (W) Virginia Tech 38-17 (cover)
2. Kansas (+11) vs Kansas 2. Georgia (-10.5) vs Vanderbilt 2. (L) Georgia 33-28 (no cover)
 3. Duke (+3) vs Wake Forest 3. Baylor (+9.5) @ Texas A&M 3. (L) Texas A&M 55-28 (no cover)
4. Navy (-11) vs East Carolina 4. Michigan State (-2.5) vs Michigan 4. (W) Michigan State 28-14 (cover)
5. Northwestern (+4) vs Penn State 5. Hawaii (-6) @ San Jose St. 5 (L) San Jose St. 28-27 (outright L)
6. Tulsa (-10.5) vs Rice 6. Miss St. (+3) vs South Carolina 6. (W) South Carolina 14-12 (cover)
7. Memphis (+12.5) @ Tulane 7. Georgia Tech (-7) @Virginia 7. (L) Virginia 24-21 (outright L)
8. Oregon State (+3) @ Washington State 8. Florida State (-13.5) @ Duke 8. (W) Florida State 41-16 (cover)
9. Utah (+1.5) @ California 9. UNLV (+10.5) vs Wyoming 9. (L) Wyoming 41-14 (outright L)
10. Tennessee (+29.5) @ Alabama 10. N. Illinois (+1.5) vs W. Michigan 10. (W) N. Illinois 51-22 (outright W)
11. USC (+9.5) @ Notre Dame 11. Utah (+6) @ Pittsburgh 11. (W) Utah (26-14) (outright W)
12. SMU (+3) @ Southern Miss 12. Ohio St. (+3.5) @ Illinois 12. (W) Ohio St 17-7 (outright W)
13. Illinois (-3.5)@ Purdue 13. Memphis (+14) vs East Carolina 13. (L) East Carolina 35-17 (no cover)
14. Georgia Tech (+3) @ Miami 14. Rice (+5) @ Marshall 14. (W) Marshall 24-20 (cover)
15. Clemson (-10.5) vs North Carolina 15. Iowa (-6) vs Northwestern 15. (W) Iowa (41-31) (cover)
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD WEEK 7 A-T-S (9-6)

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 7 PICKS WEEK 6 PICKS WEEK 6 PICK RESULTS
 1. Rams (+14) @ Cowboys 1. Dallas (+7) @ New England 1. (W) New England 20-16 (cover)
 2. Chiefs (+3.5) vs Raiders 2. Texans (+8) @ Baltimore 2. (L) Baltimore 29-14
 3. Colts (+14) vs Saints 3. Giants (-3) vs Bills 3. (push) Giants 27-24
 4. Jets (-1) vs Chargers 4. Browns(+7) vs Raiders 4. (push) Raiders 24-17
 5. Redskins (+2.5) @ Panthers 5. Packers (-14) vs Rams 5. (W) Packers 24-3
 6. Buccaneers (+1.5) vs Bears 6. Steelers (-12) vs Jaguars 6. (L) Steelers 17-13
 7. Browns (-3) vs Seahawks 7. Buccaneers (+4.5) vs Saints 7. (W) Buccaneers 26-20
 8. Packers (-9.5) @ Vikings 8. Bears (-3) vs Vikings 8. (W) Bears 39-10 (cover)
 9. Falcons (+4) vs Lions 9. Bengals (-7) vs Colts 9. (W) Bengals 27-17 (cover)
 10. Jaguars (+9.5) vs Ravens 10. Falcons (-4) vs Panthers 10. (W) Falcons 31-17
 11. Broncos (-1.5) @ Dolphins 11. Lions (-4) vs 49ers 11. (L) 49ers 25-19
 12. Cardinals (-4) vs Steelers 12. Eagles (-2.5) @ Redskins 12. (W) Eagles 20-13
13. Jets (-7) vs Dolphins 13. (W) Jets 24-7
14 14
15 15
SEASON TOTALS—> SEASON A.T.S. TOTALS WEEK 6 A.T.S. TOTALS 8-3-2

October 11, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 7 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: FOOTBALL,Sports — toes2734 @ 1:09 AM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 7 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

  • THURS. Lufkin’s Win over The Woodlands basically clinches the district title for Lufkin, and they looked pretty good against The Woodlands, capitalizing on mistakes by the Highlanders

  • THURS- Allen vs Plano East was on National TV on ESPN2, Plano East gave the #1 ranked team in the state Allen all they could handle leading Allen by 17 at one point. But Allen staged a 2nd half comeback, with Alabama Commit Alec Morris putting on a show and showing what Texas high school football is all about, here some highlights

  • FRIDAY-Klein Collins 42 Tomball 10, It is what it is
  • FRIDAY Angleton vs Terry (Rosenberg) Some Tomball people might have been familiar with the beast in this one, Terry WR Derrick Griffin 11 catches 143 yards 5 TD’s in the OT loss Tomball had the fortune of playing this guy in the 1st round of the state 7on7 tournament and they got a 1st hand look at how hard it is to match-up on this guy

  • SATURDAY- surprised to see my Alma mater on ESPN’s top plays but here it is SHSU Sam Houston State Tim Flanders flip into the end zone, P.S. SHSU shouldn’t schedule this game on OU vs UT Weekend I’m sure more people would go if they didn’t play the same day and time

  • SATURDAY-Good to see LSU Jarrett Lee out of Brenham High school doing well after the start he had at LSU, It always good to see products of the Texas High Schools running things at out of state Football programs, Speaking of which here is a story of Jarrett Lee at Brenham High School

  • SATURDAY- Nebraska vs Ohio St. Nebraska Rex Burkhead was the key piece in this one. Down by 21 points. He led the furious comeback and like Jarrett Lee, He is a Texan, Plano High School Here is a story from his high school days

  • SATURDAY-NASTY INJURY TO OREGON RB LaMichael James (yet another Texas boy) unfortunate injury though check it out its nasty

  • SUNDAY- Texans vs Raiders How bout the Fake punt the Raiders pulled on Houston, and guess who it was running the ball Rock Cartwright, some Tomball people might remember him. Rock ran for 396 yards in one game on Tomball back when Rock was at Conroe High School. Here is an interview with Rock, and what a coincidence how he talks the importance of special teams

  • To Check in on the Preseason picks to see who I got winning what district/conference/championship games in High School, College, and NFL here is the link to

https://toes2734.wordpress.com/2011/08/10/toes-2011-nfl-college-high-school-football-season-predictions/

SEASON TOTALS
HIGH SCHOOL PICKS
WEEK 6: (9-6)

SEASON: (62-28)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)
WEEK 5: (5-10)
SEASON: (31-34-3)

NFL (against the point spread)

WEEK 3: (8-4)
SEASON: (35-32-3)

BETTING REVIEW:

WEEK 6:
LOSS $55 Florida (+15) vs LSU
WIN $50 Kansas City (+2.5) vs Indianapolis
WIN $50 Oakland (+5.5) vs Houston
SEASON: (+$55)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)
#18 ARIZONA STATE SUN DEVILS (+16) vs #9 OREGON DUCKS (-16)
Saturday October 15TH 2011 9:15pm, @ Autzen Stadium (Oregon)

2011 Arizona State vs Oregon
Arizona State LB Vontae Burfict, QB Brock Orweiler                 Oregon RB Darron Thomas, RB LaMichael James

Oregon is slowly working its way back up the rankings after their early season loss to LSU. Starting RB suffered a bad arm injury last week to his arm, and it is unknown whether he will play or not. But betting wise in this game 16 is a really big number to be giving up. I think the line will go down but could be wrong I like 16 but think 14 would be better hopefully it gets bet down but I would still give up the 16

TOES PICK:
ARIZONA STATE: 21
OREGON: 45

HOUSTON CONNECTIONS

ARIZONA STATE OREGON
#26 CB Andre Henry (fr) FB Elkins H.S. #5 QB Darron Thomas (jr) Aldine H.S.
#83 WR Randy Knust (fr) The Woodlands H.S. #1 WR Josh Huff (so) Aldine Nimitz H.S.
#18 QB Brennan Doty (fr) Port Neches Grove H.S.
OTHER TEXAS PLAYERS
#9 WR Blake Cantu (so) WR Southlake Carroll H.S
#21 RB Lamichael James (jr) Liberty-Eylau H.S.
#28 RB Tra Carson (fr) Liberty Eylau H.S.
#35 LB Anthony Wallace (fr) Dallas Skyline H.S.

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK
CY FALLS GOLDEN Eagles vs CY FAIR BOBCATS
FRIDAY. OCT. 14th 2011 7pm Berry Center, Cypress TX

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Cy Falls QB Troy Mitchell, WR Gee Gladney, Cy Fair RB John Jacob, QB

This game will decide the District title. Cy Fair has the best defense in the district, Cy Falls has struggled to put up the big numbers against some others in the district. But I picked Cy Falls to win the district at the beginning of the year so I got to ride with them in this one. But don’t really feel to confident about it.

TOES PICK:
CY FALLS: 24
CY FAIR: 21

TOMBALL COUGARS vs DEKANEY WILDCATS
Friday Oct. 14th 2011 7pm Cougar Stadium (Tomball)

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Tomball QB Justin Dvorak, OT Connor Patterson (rice commit) Dekaney RB Trey Williams (A&M Commit) QB Dajuan Hines

Tomball cant stop the run and Dekaney has the best running back in Houston. Tomball has pretty much stolen victories Dekaney the last two years. With that said I don’t expect to Dekaney to let off the gas in this one. Klein Oak showed to contain him last week and held him pretty good. But Tomball doesn’t have the horse’s that Oak does. Trey Williams has been putting up good numbers all year. But he hasn’t had that OMG eye popping stats game yet. I guessing this one to be it. Somewhere from 375-420 yards and 4 or 5 TD’s I think I said that last year as well. Dekaney has been trying to spread the ball around a lil bit more this year and with the guys they have they should. Jarrett Irving at WR who is a Houston commit and Armand Nance at TE who also plays DE is a Boise State Commit. But I don’t think they will be needed this game. Hopefully Tomball can steal another one from them but I think the 3rd time is the charm for Dekaney.

Some Dekaney Trey Williams highlights


TOES PICK:
TOMBALL: 20
DEKANEY: 45

13-5A and 14-5A district standings

13-5A 14-5A
1. Klein Oak (3,736) (3-0) @ Westfield, vs Tomball, @ Spring, vs Klein 1. Lufkin (2,201) (3-0) BYE @ Oak Ridge, vs Kingwood, @ College Park
2. Dekaney (2,720) (2-1) @ Tomball, vs Klein, @ Klein Forest, vs Dekaney 2. Kingwood (2,580) (2-0) @ Atascosita, vs The Woodlands, @ Lufkin, vs Oak Ridge
3. Westfield (3,196) (2-1) vs Klein Oak, @ Spring, vs Klein Collins, vs Dekaney 3. The Woodlands (3,782) (1-1) vs Oak Ridge, @ Kingwood, vs College Park, @ Conroe
4. Spring (3,493) (2-1) @ Klein Forest, vs Westfield, vs Klein Oak, @ Klein Collins 4. College Park (2,565) (1-1) @ Conroe, vs Atascosita, @ The Woodlands, vs Lufkin
5. Klein Collins (3,266) (1-2) @ Klein, vs Klein Forest, @ Westfield, vs Spring 5. Conroe (3,047) (1-1) vs College Park, BYE, @ Atascosita, vs The Woodlands
6. Klein Forest (3,528) (1-2) vs Spring, @ Klein Collins, vs Dekaney, @ Tomball 6. Atascosita (3,210) (1-2) vs Kingwood, @ College Park, vs Conroe, BYE
7. Tomball (2,876) (1-2) vs. Dekaney, @ Klein Oak, @ Klein, vs Klein F 7. Oak Ridge (2,685) (0-3) @ The Woodlands, vs Lufkin, BYE, @ Kingwood
8. Klein (3,125) (0-3) vs Klein Collins, @ Dekaney, vs Tomball, @ Klein Oak

IF PLAYOFFS STARTED TODAY 13-5A vs 14-5A
D1 Klein Oak vs The Woodlands, and Spring vs Kingwood
D2 Dekaney vs College Park, and Westfield vs Lufkin

17-4A 18-4A
1. Brenham (1,438) (3-0) @ Montgomery, vs Northbrook, @ Magnolia, vs Stratford 1. Humble (1,984) (3-0) @Huntsville, vs Kingwood Park, @ Willis, vs Summer Creek
2. Magnolia West (1,794) (2-1) @ Magnolia, vs Stratford, vs Spring Woods, @ Waller 2. Summer Creek (1,662) (2-1) vs New Caney, @ Caney Creek, vs New Caney Porter, @ Humble
3. Montgomery (1,932) (2-1) vs Brenham, @ Spring Woods, @ Northbrook, vs Magnolia 3. Willis (1,772) (2-1) vs Caney Creek, @ New Caney Porter, vs Humble, @ Huntsville
4. Stratford (1,924) (2-1) vs Spring Woods, @ Magnolia West, vs Waller, @ Brenham 4. Kingwood Park (1,601) (2-1) vs New Caney Porter, @ Humble, vs Huntsville, @ New Caney
5. Magnolia (1,640) (2-1) vs Magnolia West, @ Waller, vs Brenham, @ Montgomery 5. Huntsville (1,826) (2-1) vs Humble, vs New Caney, vs Kingwood Park, vs Willis
6. Waller (1,386) (1-2) @ Northbrook, vs Magnolia, @ Stratford, vs Magnolia West 6. New Caney (1,570) (1-2) vs Summer Creek, @ Huntsville, @ Caney Creek, vs Kingwood Park
7. Spring Woods (1,916) (0-3) @ Stratford, vs Montgomery, @ Magnolia West, vs Northbrook 7. New Caney Porter (1,877) (0-3) @ Kingwood Park, vs Willis, @ Summer Creek, vs Caney Creek
8. Northbrook (1,890) (0-3) vs Waller, @ Brenham, vs Montgomery, @ Spring Woods 8. Caney Creek (1,745) (0-3) @ Willis, vs Summer Creek, vs New Caney, @ New Caney Porter

IF PLAYOFFS STARTED TODAY
D1 Humble vs Stratford,& Montgomery vs Willis
D2 Brenham vs Kingwood Park, Magnolia West vs Summer Creek

THIS WEEKS HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TV SCHEDULE:
THURS. 10/13 7pm Pearland at Clear Creek FoxSportsSW
THURS. 10/13 Friendswood Mustangs vs. Manvel Mavericks CH:57 KUBE (ch: 53 on comcast)
SAT. 10/15 6pm Klein Forest vs Spring Ch. 13.2
SAT. 10/15 6pm Klein Forest vs Spring LIVE ONLINE @ www.foxsportshouston.com

FUTURE TV/WEBCAST GAMES HOUSTON AREA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST (Houston ch 37 comcast/xfinity direct TV ?)
THURS. 10/20 7pm Cibolo Steele at Converse Judson
THURS. 11/3 Desoto at Longview

Channel 13.2 (channel 685 on comcast/xfinity)
SAT. 10/22 6pm The Woodlands vs Kingwood
THURS. 11/3 Deer Park vs Dobie
2 ADDITIONAL PLAYOFF GAMES TBD

KUBE Channel 57 (channel 53 on comcast/xfinity Houston)
THURS. Oct. 20 Klein Bearkats vs. Dekaney Wildcats
FRIDAY Oct. 28 Kinkaid Eagles vs. St. John’s Mavericks* *Friday Night Game
THURS. Nov. 3 Brazoswood Buccaneers vs. Clear Springs Chargers
Two additional playoff games will be aired with teams determined by ranking and division.

ESPNU
Thurs. Oct. 27 Aledo vs Birdville

WEBCAST LIVE ON www.foxsportshouston.com
SAT. 10/22 2pm Dobie vs Sam Rayburn
SAT. 10/29 2pm Tomball at Klein
SAT. 11/5 2pm Oak Ridge at Kingwood

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 7 PICKS WEEK 6 PICKS WEEK 6 RESULTS
1. Cy Falls over Cy Fair by 3 1. TV GAME: The Woodlands over Lufkin 34-24 1. (L) Lufkin 30-10
2. Dekaney over Tomball 45-20 2. Klein Collins over Tomball 48-10 2. (W) Klein Collins 42-10 (said 48-10)
3. TV GAME: Klein Forest over Spring by 14 3. TV GAME: Katy over Morton Ranch by 42 3 (W) Katy 45-7 (38 said 42)
4. TV GAME: Pearland over Clear Creek by 10 4. TV GAME: Allen over Plano East by 17 4. (W) Allen 42-38 (4 said17)
5. Klein Collins over Klein by 28 5. TV GAME: Westbury over Bellaire by 3 5 (L) Bellaire 27-7
6. Langham Creek over Cy Woods by 3 6. TV GAME: Cy Falls over Langham Creek by 10 6. (W) Cy Falls 27-22 (5 said 10)
7. North Shore over Westbrook by 3 7. Dekaney over Klein Oak by 7 7. (L) Klein Oak 38-6
8. Klein Oak over Westfield by 20 8. Willis over Summer Creek by 6 8. (W) Willis 28-13 (15 said 6)
9. Brenham over Montgomery by 14 9. Klein Forest over Westfield by 8 9 (L) Westfield 49-28
10. The Woodlands over Oak Ridge by 35 10. Cy Ridge over Cy Ranch by 14 10. (L) Cy Ranch 37-23
11. College Park over Conroe by 7 11. Cy Fair over Cy Springs by 24 11. (W) Cy Fair 52-7 (45 said 24)
12. Magnolia West over Magnolia by 35 12. Memorial over Cinco Ranch by 3 12. (L) Cinco Ranch 17-0
13. Cy Ranch over Cy Springs by 24 13. Cy Creek over jersey Village by 1 13. (L) Jersey Village 48-16
14. Cinco Ranch over Stake Jesuit by 21 14. Klein over Spring by 17 14. (L) Spring 21-14
15. Manvel over Friendswood by 28 15 15
SEASON TOTALS 53-22 Week 6 TOTALS 9-6

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK
BAYLOR BEARS (+9) @ TEXAS A&M AGGIES (-9)
SAT. OCT. 16th 2:30pm Kyle Field (college station)

2011 Baylor vs Texas A&amp;M
Baylor QB Robert Griffin, WR Kendall Wright Texas A&M QB Ryan Tannehill, RB Cyrus Gray

Texas A&M comes back home after squeaking by at Texas Tech, giving up 40 points to Texas Tech, Baylor has a much better offense than Tech, more playmakers. Baylor has struggled on defense so A&M will give up some points A&M giving up 9 to Baylor seems like a big number, by gametime I could see that number going to 8 or to 7.5, If you can grab the 9 now I would take it. I think Baylor can score on A&M just like Texas Tech did last week enough to keep it close I will take Baylor (+9)

TOES PICK
TEXAS A&M: 49
BAYLOR: 42

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)
TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)

WEEK 6 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS RESULTS
1. Virginia Tech (-6.5) @ Wake Forest 1. East Carolina (+9.5) @ Houston 1. (L) Houston 56-3
2. Georgia (-10.5) vs Vanderbilt 2. Oklahoma (-9.5) vs Texas 2. (W) Oklahoma 55-17
3. Baylor (+9.5) @ Texas A&M 3. Florida (+14) @ LSU 3. (L) LSU 41-11
4. Michigan State (-2.5) vs Michigan 4. San Diego St. (+3.5) vs TCU 4. (L) TCU 27-14
5. 5. Missouri (-3.5) @ Kansas State 5 (L) KSU 24-17
6 6. Rutgers (+7) vs Pittsburgh 6. (W) Rutgers 34-10
7 7. Texas A&M (-9.5) @ Texas Tech 7. (L) Texas A&M 45-40
8 8. Arkansas (-10) vs Auburn 8. (W) Arkansas 38-14
9 9. Northwestern (+7.5) vs Michigan 9. (L) Michigan 42-24
10 10. Akron (+19) vs Florida Int. 10. (W) Florida Int. 27-17
11 11. Arizona (-1.5) @ Oregon St. 11. (L) Oregon State 37-27
12 12. Air Force (+14) @ Notre Dame 12. (L) Notre Dame 59-33
13 13. Ohio (-8) @ Buffalo 13. (L) Buffalo 38-37
14 14. BYU (-13.5) vs San Jose St. 14. (L) BYU 29-16 (that damn half point)
15 15. Minnesota (+13.5) @ Purdue 15. (L) Purdue 45-17
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD 31-34-3 WEEK 3 A-T-S (5-10)

NFL GAME OF THE WEEK

DALLAS COWBOYS (+7.5) @ NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (-7.5)
SUNDAY OCT. 16TH 2011 3:15pm TV:FOX

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Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, LB Clay Matthews Falcons QB Matt Ryan, WR Julio Jones (Rookie)

I love to see all these Cowboys fans go into panic mode once they realize their season is going down the tubes. Last week that happened and this week at New England, the Patriots could send them into full blown panic mode. But every time Dallas seems to want just pull the plug on Romo, he comes back and does something to keep his spot. I think he plays well this week, but is it well enough to keep the media and Cowboys nation off his back, I dunno bout that. But I like to fade coming off a great Patriots victory and a demoralizing Dallas loss. Dallas will lose but keep it close take Dallas (+7.5)

TOES PICK
DALLAS: 28
NEW ENGLAND: 31

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 6 PICKS WEEK 5 PICKS WEEK 5 PICK RESULTS
1. Dallas (+7) @ New England 1. Chicago (+6) @ Detroit 1. (L) Detroit 26-13
2. Texans (+8) @ Baltimore 2. Atlanta (+6) vs Green Bay 2. (L) Green Bay 25-14
3. Giants (-3) vs Bills 3. Minnesota (-2.5) vs Arizona 3. (W) Minnesota 34-10
4. Browns (+7) vs Raiders 4. Philadelphia (-3) @ Buffalo 4. (L) Buffalo 31-24
5. Packers (-14) vs Rams 5. Cincinnati (+2.5) @ Jacksonville 5. (W) Cincinnati 30-20
6. Steelers (-12) vs Jaguars 6. Carolina (+6.5) vs New Orleans 6. (W) New Orleans 30-27
7. Buccaneers (+4.5) vs Saints 7. Tampa Bay (+3) @ San Francisco 7. (L) San Francisco 48-3
8. Bears (-3) vs Vikings 8. Kansas City (+2.5) @ Indianapolis 8. (W) Kansas City 28-24
9. Bengals (-7) vs Colts 9. New England (-8) vs NY Jets 9. (W) New England 30-21
10. Falcons (-4) vs Panthers 10. San Diego (-4) vs Denver 10. (W) San Diego 29-24
11. Lions (-4) vs 49ers 11. Seattle (+10) @ NY Giants 11. (W) Seattle 36-25
12. Eagles (-2.5) @ Redskins 12. Oakland (+6) @ Houston 12. (W) Oakland 25-20
13. Jets (-7) vs Dolphins 13 13
14 14 14
15 15 15
SEASON TOTALS—> SEASON A.T.S. TOTALS WEEK 3 A.T.S. TOTALS 8-4

October 3, 2011

2011 TOES’ WEEK 6 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: FOOTBALL,Sports,Uncategorized — toes2734 @ 10:19 PM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 6 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

  • THURS. UTEP vs Houston, UTEP had a valiant effort against UH, but every time I watch UTEP play I keep thinking to myself how much longer are they gonna keep Mike Price around he has been there since 2003 he was on a hot seat last year. They barely made it to a bowl game with a 6-6 record. I predict Mike Price could be one the 1st coaches to be let go. I still think UTEP & Mike Leach would be the perfect fit. Here is one of my favorite Leach speeches I love how he calls out the “god squad kids” it great!! check it out

  • FRIDAY- Spring 35-Tomball 28, since the summer I think I been voicing concerns over the outside linebackers and it seems weekly that I am bad mouthing them well I’m not gonna do that this week, I will let the video do the talking, embarrassing watch them on the 1st two plays on this video, (the shake on the second play YIKES) I haven’t seen the JV play but you got to think there is someone else around that school that can do better, or someone else to give a chance to, I don’t know, but watch the vid

  • FRIDAY-Klein Collins is 0-2, I knew they wouldn’t be what they were last year, but jeez 0-2, they lost to Klein Oak and Dekaney, so things should look up from here on out as the hard part of their schedule is done. They are gonna be mad and be looking to punish whoever they play this week….Which is Tomball, Speaking of Dekaney (my preseason district champ pick) is 5-0 and I always said if Trey Williams wasn’t there they still win this district, He is icing on the cake. Check out the air attack Dekaney put on Klein Collins (oh and Trey Williams did have over 200 yards and a couple of TD’s)

  • SATURDAY-This Robert Griffin Heisman talk needs to stop, If Baylor lost only 1 or 2 games this season, He would win it hands down. But after losing to Kansas State then tack on 2-3 more losses for the year, you cant give the Heisman to a QB that loses 3-4 games, He will be sitting in New York on Heisman night but he’s not gonna win it. But he is the most exciting player in college football

  • SATURDAY-Speaking of Heisman Is there anything Andrew Luck cant do?? Check out the one handed grab!!

  • SATURDAY– Boy was I wrong on that Nebraska-Wisconsin game (lost $55 on Nebraska (+9.5) Nebraska Defense looked horrible, but other than that I still think this is one of the best traditions going today in college football

  • SATURDAY-hopefully this is the start of the phase out Case McCoy at Texas, True Freshman David Ash had the hot hand in the blowout win over Iowa St. Im hopeful Ash will become the full time QB and not have to rotate with McCoy
  • SUNDAY– Hope the Andre Johnson injury isn’t too serious, They got the titans in a couple of weeks and Texans WR Johnson vs Titans CB Finnegan is one of the best match-ups in football today,
  • SUNDAY– Speaking of Titans they are 3-1 as well, At the beginning of the season I was pretty upset that they signed Matt Hasselbeck. (but I didn’t have choice for anybody else), but this year he has been playing great. And Since they have already won 3 games that pretty much takes them out the Andrew Luck lottery, So with that being said lets go ahead an win this thing the Division title is there for the taking.
  • To Check in on the Preseason picks to see who I got winning what district/conference/championship games in High School, College, and NFL here is the link to

https://toes2734.wordpress.com/2011/08/10/toes-2011-nfl-college-high-school-football-season-predictions/

SEASON TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS
WEEK 5: (9-6)
SEASON: (53-22)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)
WEEK 5: (3-4-2)
SEASON: (26-24-3)

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 3: (7-6)
SEASON: (27-28-3)

BETTING REVIEW:
WEEK 4:
WIN $50 Air Force (+4) vs Navy
LOSS $55 Nebraska (+9.5) @ Wisconsin
WIN $50 Bengals (+3.5) vs Buffalo
LOSS $55 Broncos (+12.5) @ Green Bay
SEASON: (+$10)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)

#11 TEXAS LONGHORNS (+9.5) vs #3 OKLAHOMA SOONERS (-9.5)
Saturday October 8TH 2011 2:30pm, @ Cotton Bowl (Dallas) TV: ABC

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TEXAS QB David Ash, WR Jaxon Shipley (both true freshman) Oklahoma QB Landry Jones, WR Ryan Broyles

Both these teams come in undefeated, and both coming off of blowout victories last week. Oklahoma has opened up this week as a 9 point favorite, a big scary number but one I believe they can cover. UT has has somewhat of an easy schedule. Oklahoma has been dominating anyone they play and with all the youth on Texas roster I got to go with OU in this one minus the 9.5 points
TOES PICK:
OKLAHOMA: 41
TEXAS: 21

HOUSTON CONNECTIONS

TEXAS LONGHORNS OKLAHOMA
Too many too list #16 WR Jaz Reynolds (so) Aldine Eisenhower
#27 DB Sam Proctor (sr) Pearland H.S.
#44 DE Nathan Hughes (fr) Klein Oak H.S.
#52 LB Kellen Jones (fr) St. Pius H.S.
#76 OT Jarvis Jones (sr) Lamar Cons. H.S.
#87 TE Max Stevenson (fr) Klein Oak H.S.
#90 DE David King (jr) Strake Jesuit H.S.

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK
THE WOODLANDS HIGHLANDERS vs LUFKIN PANTHERS
THURS. OCT. 6th 2011 7pm Abe Martin Stadium, Lufkin TV: FOXSW houston comcast 37,

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The Woodlands WR Blake Webb (Oklahoma St Commit), #93 Mitchell Meyers (Iowa State Commit) Lufkin RB Jamarcus Walker, QB Nick Cox

HIGHLIGHTS FROM LAST YEARS GAME

This game just like the last 4 years will decide the district title. Every year these two seem to battle it out and this one will be televised on FOX Sports. The Woodlands has been rolling this year just like every year during the regular season. They have Blake Webb one of the fastest white kids in the state who has committed to Oklahoma State, along with DE Meyers who is committed to Iowa State. Lufkin for the 1st time since I can remember (1997) has a white QB this year Nick Cox, with WR Jabryce Taylor, and running back Jamarcus Walker. I’m expecting a shootout but a close game, The Woodlands has seemed to have Lufkin’s number in the past and this year I think they have the better all around talent even with the lack of a top notch tailback but give me The Woodlands by 4 in this one.

TOES PICK:
THE WOODLANDS: 28
LUFKIN: 24

TOMBALL COUGARS vs KLEIN COLLINS TIGERS
Friday Oct. 7th 2011 7pm Klein ISD Memorial Stadium
2011 Tomball vs Klein Collins

Tomball RB Xavier Powell, WR Ismael Edwards ,                             Klein Collins WR Shane Rhoades (Boise St. Commit) QB Tyler Stehling (Rice Commit)

Klein Collins comes in on a two game losing streak, Tomball comes in off a deflating loss to Spring (watch the vid top of this blog post )which they had multiple chance to win. Up by 7 Tomball had a chance to nail a (my guess 35 yd) field goal to take a 10 point lead 31-21 (31-21 also was my prediction for the final score) and to force Spring to have to score twice to take the lead. But the kick went wide left, that feeling like Tomball just lost the game hit. Spring took the ball right down the field and scored the game tying TD. Then Tomball goes 3 and out on offense. Then Spring move to to borderline field goal range, Then they completely burn the corner on the outside with one of the most predictable out and up route you ever seen. That corner completely bit on that out route and the Spring receiver just ran right by him. The Offense for Tomball was clicking pretty well the receiver Johnson had 3 TD’s but sputtered in clutch time. This Klein Collins team is gonna be in panic mode, I would love nothing more than to see Tomball put Klein Collins to 0-3 in district play. But Klein Collins in back in a corner and need this one badly to stay in this playoff race so I will go with them big in this one.

TOES PICK:
TOMBALL: 10
KLEIN COLLINS: 48

THURSDAY IS A HUGE NIGHT FOR TV 3 televised games 2 are NATIONALLY TELEVISED HIGH SCHOOL GAMES Lufkin vs Woodlands and Allen vs Plano East Katy vs Morton Ranch on KUBE ch: 57 ya that game is gonna be a blowout but you got to check it out for a bit to see the Freshman Rodney Anderson who is bursting onto the scene while Adam Taylor has been out with an injury, But on Fox Sports, Fox Sports Southwest in Houston, you got The Woodlands vs Lufkin, then on ESPN2 you got the state #1 team and some say #1 in the nation. Allen Eagles, going against Plano East, that gonna be a great game but anyways here’s this weekends TV schedule.

THIS WEEKS HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TV SCHEDULE:
THURS. Oct. 6th 7pm The Woodlands vs Lufkin Fox Sports southwest Houston Ch. 37 comcast/xfinity
THURS. Oct. 6th 7pm Katy Tigers vs. Morton Ranch Mavericks KUBE Channel 57 (53 on comcast)
THURS. Oct. 6th 7pm Allen Eagles vs Plano East TV: ESPN2
SAT. Oct. 8th 6pm Westbury vs Bellaire Ch. 13.2 Channel 685 on comcast/xfinity
SAT. Oct. 8th 2pm Dekaney vs Klein Oak webcast live on www.foxsportshouston.com

SAT. Oct. 8th 6pm Cy Falls vs Langham Creek webcast live on www.foxsportshouston.com

FUTURE TV/WEBCAST GAMES HOUSTON AREA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST (Houston ch 37 comcast/xfinity direct TV ?)
THURS. 10/13 7pm Pearland at Clear Creek
THURS. 10/20 7pm Cibolo Steele at Converse Judson
THURS. 11/3 Desoto at Longview

Channel 13.2 (channel 685 on comcast/xfinity)
SAT. 10/15 6pm Klein Forest vs Spring
SAT. 10/22 6pm The Woodlands vs Kingwood
THURS. 11/3 Deer Park vs Dobie
2 ADDITIONAL PLAYOFF GAMES TBD

KUBE Channel 57 (channel 53 on comcast/xfinity houston)
THURS. Oct. 13 Friendswood Mustangs vs. Manvel Mavericks
THURS. Oct. 20 Klein Bearkats vs. DeKaney Wildcats
FRIDAY Oct. 28 Kinkaid Eagles vs. St. John’s Mavericks* *Friday Night Game
THURS. Nov. 3 Brazoswood Buccaneers vs. Clear Springs Chargers
Two additional playoff games will be aired with teams determined by ranking and division.

ESPNU
Thurs. Oct. 27 Aledo vs Birdville

WEBCAST LIVE ON www.foxsportshouston.com
SAT. 10/15 4pm Klein Forest vs Spring
SAT. 10/22 2pm Dobie vs Sam Rayburn
SAT. 10/29 2pm Tomball at Klein
SAT. 11/5 2pm Oak Ridge at Kingwood

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 5 PICKS WEEK 4 PICKS WEEK 4 RESULTS
1. TV GAME: The Woodlands over Lufkin 34-24 1. Dekaney over Klein Collins 28-14 1. (W) Dekaney 42-31
2. Klein Collins over Tomball 48-10 2. Tomball over Spring 31-21 2. (L) Spring 35-28
3. TV GAME: Katy over Morton Ranch by 42 3. Cy Creek over Cy Ranch by 17 3 (L) Cy Ranch 31-26
4. TV GAME: Allen over Plano East by 17 4. Seven Lakes over Cinco Ranch by 3 4. (L) Cinco Ranch
5. TV GAME: Westbury over Bellaire by 3 5. Montgomery over Magnolia West by 10 5 (L) Magnolia West 21-14
6. TV GAME: Cy Falls over Langham Creek by 10 6. Coppell over Denton Guyer by 3 6. (L) Denton Guyer 31-7
7. Dekaney over Klein Oak by 7 7. Cy Fair over Cy Ridge by 14 7. (W) Cy Fair 26-7 (19 said 14)
8. Willis over Summer Creek by 6 8. Langham Creek over Cy Lakes by 30 8. (W) Langham Creek 45-35 (10 said 30)
9. Klein Forest over Westfield by 8 9. Klein Oak over Klein Forest by 10 9 (W) Klein Oak 45-21 (24 said 10)
10. Cy Ridge over Cy Ranch by 14 10. Pearland Dawson over Friendswood by 24 10. (W) Pearland Dawson 39-16 (23 said 24)
11. Cy Falls over Langham Creek by 3 11. Brenham over Waller by 38 11. (W) Brenham 42-20 (22 said 38)
12. Klein over Spring by 17 12. Klein over Westfield by 14 12. (L) Westfield 48-16
13. Cy Fair over Cy Springs by 24 13. Cy Woods over Jersey Village by 17 13. (W) Cy Woods 63-24 (39 said 17)
14. Memorial over Cinco Ranch by 3 14. Cy Falls over Cy Spring by 48 14. (W) Cy Falls 52-12 (40 said 48)
15. Cy Creek over Jersey Village by 1 15. Lufkin over Atascosita by 35 15. (W) Lufkin 52-0 (52 said 35)
SEASON TOTALS 53-22 Week 2 TOTALS 9-6

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK

#12 FLORIDA GATORS (+14) @ #1 LSU TIGERS (-14)
SAT. OCT. 8 2:30pm Tiger Stadium LSU TV:CBS

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LSU QB Jarrett Lee (Brenham H.S.) WR Randle,                Florida Jeffery Demps, LB Jelani Jenkins

Florida really struggled last week to score points against a tough Alabama defense, This week Florida goes up against an arguably better defense in LSU and without their starting QB Brantley In his place will be Briskel who many said was the #1 QB prospect coming out of high school. But going up against a defense that is NFL caliber will be a tough challenge that I dont think he will be ready for. Now the only question is can LSU score enough points cover a spread I was expecting a line of 8-10 but when I seen 14, you got to take that with Florida. It may not win but taking double digit point spreads in the SEC cashes in more often than not

TOES PICK
FLORIDA:10
LSU:21

HOUSTON CONNECTIONS

LSU FLORIDA
#12 QB Jarrett Lee (sr) Brenham H.S. NONE no texas players
#6 S Craig Loston (so)Aldine Eisenhower H.S.
#10 WR Russell Shepard (jr) Cy Ridge H.S.
#90 DE Michael Brockers (so) Chavez H.S.
#51 LB Trevon Randle (fr) Clear Springs H.S.
#52 LB Luke Muncie (so) Klein Oak H.S.
#? DB Robert Smith (fr) Friendswood H.S.

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)

TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)

WEEK 6 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS RESULTS
1. East Carolina (+9.5) @ Houston 1. Florida (+3.5) vs Alabama 1. (L) Alabama 38-10
2. Oklahoma (-9.5) vs Texas 2. Nebraska (+9.5) @ Wisconsin 2. (L) Nebraska 48-17
3. Florida (+14) vs LSU 3. Georgia Tech (-10) vs N.C. State 3. (push) Georgia Tech 45-35
4. San Diego St (+3.5) vs TCU 4. Ohio State (-3) vs Michigan State 4. (L) Michigan State 10-7
5. Missouri (-3.5) @ Kansas St. 5. Arkansas (+2.5) vs Texas A&M 5 (W) Arkansas 42-38
6. Rutgers (+7) vs Pittsburgh 6. Utah (-10) vs Washington 6. (L) Washington 31-14
7. Arkansas (-10) vs Auburn 7. Air Force (+2.5) vs Navy 7. (W) Air Force 35-34
8. Texas A&M (-9.5) @ Texas Tech 8. Arizona (+12.5) @ USC 8. (W) USC 48-41
9. Northwestern (+7.5) vs Michigan
10. Akron (+19) vs Florida International ONLY HAD 8 PICKS THIS WEEK
11. Arizona (-1.5) @ Oregon St. FORGOT TO POST OTHERS ON FRI.
12. Air Force (+14) @ Notre Dame
13. Ohio (-8) @ Buffalo
14. BYU (-13.5) vs San Jose St
15. Minnesota (+13.5) @ Purdue
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD 26-24-3 WEEK 3 A-T-S (3-4-1)

NFL GAME OF THE WEEK
GREEN BAY PACKERS (-6) @ ATLANTA FALCONS (+6)
SUNDAY OCT. 9nd 2011 7pm TV:NBC

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Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, LB Clay Matthews Falcons QB Matt Ryan, WR Julio Jones (Rookie)

In a rematch of last years NFC playoff game Aaron Rodgers comes into this game throwing the ball better than anyone in the NFL at the moment. Atlanta is started slow out of the gate this year and barely held on to a win against the worst team in the NFL in my opinion the Seattle Seahawks. Falcons were my preseason super bowl pick. I think this home game will be the game that gets there season rolling and some kind of revenge from last years playoff game

TOES PICK
ATLANTA: 38
GREEN BAY: 34

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 5 PICKS WEEK 4 PICKS WEEK 4 RESULTS
1. Chicago (+6) @ Detroit 1. San Diego (-7) vs Miami 1. (W) San Diego 28-16
2. Atlanta (+6) @ Green Bay 2. Atlanta (-4.5) @ Seattle 2. (L) Atlanta 30-28
3. Minnesota (-2.5) vs Arizona 3. Houston (-3.5) vs Pittsburgh 3. (W) Houston 17-10
4. Philadelphia (-3) vs Buffalo 4. Cincinnati (+3) vs Buffalo 4. (W) Cincinnati 23-20
5. Cincinnati (+2.5) @ Jacksonville 5. Denver (+12.5) @ Green Bay 5. (L) Green Bay 49-23
6. Carolina (+6.5) vs New Orleans 6. Indianapolis (+10) @ Tampa Bay 6. (-)
7. Tampa Bay (+3) @ San Francisco 7. Dallas (-1) vs Detroit 7. (L) Detroit 34-30
8. Kansas City (+2.5) @ Indianapolis 8. Arizona (+1) vs NY Giants 8. (L) NY Giants 31-27
9. New England (-8) vs NY Jets 9. Minnesota (-1.5) @ Kansas City 9. (L) Kansas City 22-17
10. San Diego (-4) vs Denver 10. Carolina (+6.5) @ Chicago 10. (W) Chicago 34-29
11. Seattle (+10) @ NY Giants 11. St. Louis (+2) vs Washingotn 11. (L) Washington 17-10
12. Oakland (+6) @ Houston 12. Jacksonville (+7) vs New Orleans 12. (L) New Orleans 23-10
13 13. New England (-4) @ Oakland 13. (W) New England 31-19
14 14. Baltimore (-3.5) vs NY Jets 14. (W) Baltimore 34-17
15 15. San Francisco (+8.5) vs Philadelphia 15. (W) San Francisco 24-23
SEASON TOTALS—> SEASON A.T.S. TOTALS WEEK 3 A.T.S. TOTALS 7-6

September 27, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 5 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: Sports — toes2734 @ 12:53 AM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 5 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

  • THURSDAY Klein vs Klein Forest was the game of the week and it lived up to the billing, A back and forth game Klein WR Andrew Santacroce had a drive where they passed 7 times and he caught all 7 balls with a TD to cap it Matt Davis (A&M commit) did his thing as well! But dont take my word for it check it out it was the DQ Big Game of the Week!

  • The Brawl/late hit from yet another televised game on channel 13.2 Between Houston Lamar vs Chavez

  • There was also another brawl in a game in Pennsylvania last week that started for the almost exact reason as the Lamar Chavez Brawl here is that one

Malcolm Brown Brenham

Malcolm Brown Brenham DT (University of Texas Commit)

  • FRIDAY went to the Magnolia West vs Brenham game, Brenham’s Malcolm Brown was all over the field showing his athleticism. At 6’4 290 he caught a 50 yard TD pass nobody on the magnolia west defense wanted anything to do with having to bring him down, nobody really blocked him on defense either has he had multiple tackles and sack in the backfield and he also blocked an extra point

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TRUE FRESHMAN Pearland-PITT QB Trey Anderson, Pearland-West Virginia RB Dustin Garrison

  • SATURDAY watching college football Pitt vs I seen something I didnt think has ever happened A TRUE FRESHMAN WALK ON QB actually on the field playing, If this was the first time of course it would be a player from Houston Texas, Pitt QB Trey Anderson(pic above) the quarterback from Pearland who led his team to the state championship last year. Anderson had no D1 offers was going to Tyler Junior College but I guess decided to walk on at PITT. I looked him up it seems that he has played in earlier games and September 1st the coach Todd Graham gave Anderson a scholarship. Also later that night his teammate at Pearland RB Dustin Garrison at West Virginia scores a TD against LSU later that night. Garrison (true freshman) also didnt have any D1 offers if he did is wasnt more than 2 or 3. I think the only reason WVU offered him was because Cy-Creek RB Jermichael Selders decommitted from WVU, thus opening the spot for Garrison. But these are some good stories for any high school player who is down on the way their recruiting offers are going.
  • SATURDAY Tomball played its best game of the season here is a quick highlight clip from channel 2 friday night frenzy show, and as far as this Xavier Powell Hit of the Week its alright but anyone that was at the game knows that the the hit of the game was on 4th and 1 by #55 Kyle Harden when he hit hit that 280 lb DT playing Running back, But those TV people that go to games to get highlights for TV stations rarely stay for the whole game. They stay for one or two scores then leave to another game at halftime, especially if its not a close game at half but anyways heres the clip

  • To Check in on the Preseason picks to see who I got winning what district/conference/championship games in High School, College, and NFL here is the link to

https://toes2734.wordpress.com/2011/08/10/toes-2011-nfl-college-high-school-football-season-predictions/

SEASON TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 4: (13-2)
SEASON: (44-16)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)
WEEK 4: (5-10) yikes
SEASON: (23-20-2)

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 3: (7-7)
SEASON: (20-22-3)

BETTING REVIEW:

WEEK 4:
WIN $50 COLLEGE LSU (-7) vs West Virginia
LOSS $55 NFL New England (-7) @ Buffalo
WIN $50 NFL NY Giants (+8) vs Philadelphia
SEASON: (+$20)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)
#3ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE (-3.5) @ #12 FLORIDA GATORS (+3.5)
Saturday October 1st 2011, @ “The Swamp” TV: CBS

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Florida RB Jeffery Demps, LB Jelani Jenkins Alabama LB Dont’a Hightower, RB Trent Richardson

Both these teams come in undefeated, Alabama opened up a 5 point favorite, its since moved to 3.5 Florida is the home team in this one and I always say about SEC games take the points. This year SEC underdogs havent panned out to well so far but. History says the SEC teams getting points is always a good way to go. But I like Florida in this one anyways, I still dont think the Alabama QB’s havent been tested yet either of them Sims or McCarron, even though I expect McCarron to play most the game. Neither team has been effective passing the ball with both teams running the ball the clock should keep moving. I like Florida to win but the 3.5 points gives a little room for error.

HOUSTON CONNECTIONS

ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE FLORIDA GATORS
#92 DL Damion Square (jr) Yates H.S. NONE
#2 WR DeAndrew White (fr) North Shore H.S.
#78 OL Chad Lindsay (fr) The Woodlands H.S.
#
OTTHER TEXAS PLAYER
#43 K Cade Foster Southlake Carroll H.S.

TOES PICK
FLORIDA: 24
ALABAMA: 17

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK
KLEIN COLLINS TIGERS vs DEKANEY WILDCATS
FRIDAY SEPT. 30th 2011 George Stadium, Spring TX

Klein Collins vs Dekaney

Dekaney RB Trey Williams (Texas A&M Commit) Klein Collins QB Tyler Stehling (Rice Commit) WR Shane Rhodes (Boise St. Commit)

Klein Collins loss last week to Klein Oak in 3OT takes a little of the luster in this one.This game right here is for the district championship to me. Eventhough with Klein Collins loss,  Dekaney handled its business and is 4-0. I said it since the middle of the summer that Dekaney is gonna win this game and win the district. I still stand by that. Dekaney Trey Williams is their offense. Klein Collins has a good defense so they gonna have to find someone else to contribute in this one. I think Dekaney hits a couple of big pass plays. to be the difference. Dekaney has players all over the field, as does Klein Collins with a Rice Commit at QB and a Boise St commit at WR, and a top junior (Goodson) at the RB position. But I’m going Dekaney in this one

TOES PICK:
KLEIN COLLINS: 14
DEKANEY: 28

TOMBALL COUGARS vs SPRING LIONS
Friday Sept. 30th 2011 7pm Cougar Stadium (Tomball)

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Tomball LB Kyle Harden, DT A.J. Mathews Spring (Soph) QB Darius Campbell-Lee (Soph) RB Doroland Dorceus

Tomball comes in off of their best game of the season so far against Westfield (watch the video up at the beginning of this page) The offense and defense clicked not making any costly mistakes, besides the one fumble. The sophomore RB Xavier Powell finally started to break some long runs. The receivers caught the ball, the defense played well keeping the running back bottled up for the most part. Now with that game you could also blame it on Westfield shooting itself in the foot with the penalties, the bad snaps which killed them. But Tomball didnt make the mistakes, and capitalized when Westfield did make them. If you want to get picky about it Tomball did have way too many runs for no gain, and the defense let WR’s beat them deep late in the game and in obvious passing situations 3rd and like 30+. The Westfield QB lack of accuracy is what saved them there. This week they play Spring and its Tomball’s homecoming. Spring is fielding a very young team the QB is a sophomore as is the RB along with a WR the whole roster is littered with soph and junior even a couple of freshman. Just because of the youth of their team got to go with Tomball by 10 in this one

TOES PICK:
TOMBALL: 31
SPRING: 21

THIS WEEKS HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TV SCHEDULE:
THURS. 7pm Denton Guyer vs Coppell Fox Sports Southwest (ch 37 comcast/xfinity houston)
THURS. 7pm Katy Seven Lakes vs Cinco Ranch KUBE Channel 57 (ch 53 comcast/xfinity houston)
SAT. 6pm Pearland vs Clear Lake Ch. 13.2 and webcast on http://www.foxsportshouston.com

FUTURE TV/WEBCAST GAMES HOUSTON AREA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST (Houston ch 37 comcast/xfinity direct TV ?)
THURS. 10/6 7pm The Woodlands vs Lufkin
THURS. 10/13 7pm Pearland at Clear Creek
THURS. 10/20 7pm Cibolo Steele at Converse Judson
THURS. 11/3 Desoto at Longview

Channel 13.2 (channel 685 on comcast/xfinity)
SAT. 10/8 6pm Westbury vs Bellaire
SAT. 10/15 6pm Klein Forest vs Spring
SAT. 10/22 6pm The Woodlands vs Kingwood
THURS. 11/3 Deer Park vs Dobie
2 ADDITIONAL PLAYOFF GAMES TBD

KUBE Channel 57 (channel 53 on comcast/xfinity houston)

THURS. Oct. 6 Katy Tigers vs. Morton Ranch Mavericks
THURS. Oct. 13 Friendswood Mustangs vs. Manvel Mavericks
THURS. Oct. 20 Klein Bearkats vs. DeKaney Wildcats
FRIDAY Oct. 28 Kinkaid Eagles vs. St. John’s Mavericks* *Friday Night Game
THURS. Nov. 3 Brazoswood Buccaneers vs. Clear Springs Chargers
Two additional playoff games will be aired with teams determined by ranking and division.

WEBCAST LIVE ON www.foxsportshouston.com
SAT. 10/8 6pm Cy Falls vs Langham Creek
SAT. 10/15 4pm Klein Forest vs Spring
SAT. 10/22 2pm Dobie vs Sam Rayburn
SAT. 10/29 2pm Tomball at Klein
SAT. 11/5 2pm Oak Ridge at Kingwood

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 5 PICKS WEEK 4 PICKS WEEK 4 RESULTS
1. Dekaney over Klein Collins 28-14 1. Klein Forest over Klein 31-28 1. (W) Klein Forest 28-21 (said 31-28)
2. Tomball over Spring 31-21 2. Westfield over Tomball 38-7 2. (L) Tomball 35-14
3. Cy Creek over Cy Ranch by 17 3. Cinco Ranch ovr Mayde Creek by 20 3 (W) Cinco Ranch 41-10 (31 said 20)
4. TV CH. 57 THURS 7pm Seven Lakes over Cinco Ranch by 3 4. Cy Falls over Cy Ridge by 17 4. (W) Cy Falls 28-0 (28 said 17)
5. Montgomery over Magnolia West by 10 5. Cy Fair over Cy Creek by 14 5 (W) Cy Fair 17-3 (14 said 14) EXACT
6. TV FOXSW Thurs 7pm Coppell over Denton Guyer by 3 6. Montgomery over Stratford by 3 6. (W) Montgomery 38-7 (31 said 3)
7. CY Fair over Cy Ridge by 14 7. Brenham over Magnolia West by 30 7. (W) Brenham 47-13 (34 siad 30)
8. Langham Creek over Cy Lakes by 30 8. Dekaney over Spring by 42 8. (W) Dekaney 41-15 (26 said 42)
9. Klein Oak over Klein Forest by 10 9. Klein Collins over Klein Oak by 14 9 (L) Klein Oak 34-28 3OT
10. Pearland Dawson over Friendswood by 24 10. Cy Woods over Cy Ranch by 10 10. (W) Cy Woods 68-21 (47 said 10)
11. Brenham over Waller by 38 11. Katy over Seven Lakes by 30 11. (W)Katy 46-7 (39 said 30)
12. Klein over Westfield by 14 12. Langham Creek over Cy Springs by 28 12. (W) Langham Creek 56-42 (14 said 28)
13. Cy Woods over Jersey Village by 17 13. Lufkin over Conroe by 31 13. (W)Lufkin 49-6 (43 said 31)
14. Cy Falls over Cy Springs by 48 14. Lake Travis over Dripping Springs by 30 14. (W) Lake Travis 56-14 (42 said 30)
15. Lufkin over Atascosita by 35 15. College Park over Oak Ridge by 14 15. (W)College Park 54-27 (27 said 14)
SEASON TOTALS 44-16 Week 2 TOTALS 13-2

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK
#8 NEBRASKA CORNHUSKERS @ #7WISCONSIN BADGERS
SAT. OCT. 1 8pm Camp Randall Stadium (Wisconsin) TV:ABC
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Nebraska RB Rex Burkhead (Plano H.S.), QB Taylor Martinez, Wisconsin QB Russell Wilson, RB James White

Now If you read my preseason predictions, You could see that I had Nebraska in the National Championship game, not because I think they are one of the two best teams in the country, but because I think they are good enough to go through the BIG 10 undefeated So you can probably see which way Im leaning in this one. Then on top of that you getting 9 points. Then you can see which way Im really leaning in this one. Nebraska (+9) in this one

TOES PICK
NEBRASKA: 28
WISCONSIN:17

HOUSTON CONNECTIONS

NEBRASKA WISCONSIN
#99 DT Jay Guy (fr.) Aldine Eisenhower H.S. NONE
#18 CB Charles Jackson (fr.) Klein Collins H.S.
#32 CB Marcus Mendoza (sr) Spring Woods H.S. KEY TEXAS PLAYER
#53 DT Thaddeus Randle (so) North Shore H.S. #10 CB Devin Smith (sr) Coppell H.S.
#41 LB David Santos (fr)Klein Collins H.S.
#79 OL Brandon Thompson (jr) The Woodlands H.S.
#14 FB Lester Ward (jr) Brenham H.S.
#1 S Harvey Jackson (fr) Hightower H.S.
OTHER TEXAS KEY PLAYERS
#22 RB Rex Burkhead (jr) Plano H.S.
#2 RB Aaron Green (fr) San Antonio Madison

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)
TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)

WEEK 5 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS RESULTS
1. Florida (+3.5) vs Alabama 1. East Carolina (-12.5) vs UAB 1. (L) East Carolina 28-23
2. Nebraska (+9.5) @ Wisconsin 2. Tulane (+10) @ Duke 2. (L) Duke 48-27
3. Georgia Tech (-10) vs N.C. State 3. Ole Miss (+9.5) vs Georgia 3. (L) Georgia 25-13
4. Ohio St. (-3) vs Michigan State 4. LSU (-6) @ West Virginia 4. (W) LSU 47-21
5. Arkansas (+2.5) vs Texas A&M 5. South Carolina (-16) vs Vanderbilt 5 (W) South Carolina 21-3 cover
6. Utah (-10) vs Washington 6. Arkansas (+11.5) @ Alabama 6. (L) Alabama 38-14
7. Air Force (+2.5) vs Navy 7. Tulsa (+28.5) @ Boise St. 7. (W) Boise St 41-21 cover
8. Arizona (+12.5) @ USC 8. Texas A&M (-3) vs Oklahoma St. 8. (L) Oklahoma St. 30-29
9. 9. Missouri (+21) vs Oklahoma 9. (W) Oklanoma 38-28 cover
10 10. Oregon St. (-4.5) vs UCLA 10. (L) UCLA 27-19
11 11. USC (+2.5) @ Arizona St. 11. (L) Arizona St. 43-22
12. WILL POST REST LATE FRI. 12. Florida (-20) @ Kentucky 12. (W) Florida 48-10
13 13. Notre Dame (-7) vs Pitt. 13. (L) Notre Dame 15-12
14 14. San Diego St. (+10.5) @ Michigan 14. (L) Michigan 28-7
15 15. Florida St. (+2.5) @ Clemson 15. (L) Clemson 35-30
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD 25-17-3 WEEK 3 A-T-S (7-7-1)

NFL GAME OF THE WEEK
NY JETS @ BALTIMORE RAVENS
SUNDAY OCT. 2nd 2011 7pm TV:NBC

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Ravens LB Ray Lewis, QB Joe Flacco NY Jets QB Mark Sanchez, CB Darrelle Revis

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 4 PICKS WEEK 3 PICKS WEEK 3 RESULTS
1. San Diego (-7) vs Miami 1. Cincinnati (-2.5) vs San Francisco 1. (L) San Francisco 13-8
2. Atlanta (-4.5) @ Seattle 2. New England (-8.5) @ Buffalo 2. (L) Buffalo 34-31
3. Houston (-3.5) vs Pittsburgh 3. Houston (+4) @ New Orleans 3. (L) New Orleans 40-33
4. Cincinnati (+3) vs Buffalo 4. Detroit (-3.5) @ Minnesota 4. (L) Detroit 26-23
5. Denver (+12.5) @ Green Bay 5. Carolina (-3.5) vs Jacksonville 5. (W) Carolina 16-10
6. Indianapolis (+10) @ Tampa Bay 6. Tampa Bay (-1) vs Atlanta 6. (W) Tampa Bay 16-13
7. Dallas (-1) vs Detroit 7. Kansas City (+14.5) @ San Diego 7. (W) San Diego 20-17
8. Arizona (+1) vs NY Giants 8. Pittsburgh (-10.5) @ Indianapolis 8. (L) Pittsburgh 23-20
9. Carolina (+6.5) @ Chicago 9. NY Jets (-3) @ Oakland 9. (L) Oakland 34-24
10. Minnesota (-1.5) @ Kansas City 10. Cleveland (-2.5) vs Miami 10. (L) Cleveland 17-16
11. St. Louis (+2) vs Washington 11. Seattle (+3.5) vs Arizona 11. (W) Seattle 13-10
12. Jacksonville (+7) vs New Orleans 12. Baltimore (-4) @ St. Louis 12. (W) Baltimore 37-7
13. New England (-4) @ Oakland 13. Green Bay (-3.5) @ Chicago 13. (W) Green Bay 27-17
14. Baltimore (-3.5) vs NY Jets 14. NY Giants (+8) @ Philadelphia 14. (W) NY Giants 29-16
15. San Francisco (+8.5) @ Philadelphia 15. Dallas vs Washington no pick 4got 15
SEASON TOTALS—> SEASON A.T.S. TOTALS WEEK 3 A.T.S. TOTALS 7-7
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