Toes2734 WEEKLY NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS BLOG

December 13, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 16 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

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TOES’ 2011 WEEK 16 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

  • NO COLLEGE GAMES LAST WEEK SO NOT MUCH TO SEE
  • Besides this crazy catch from the Sam Houston State game

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 5th round

DIVISION 1 DIVISION 2 TOTALS
5A 1) 27-5 (2) 10-6 (3) 6-2 (4)3-1 (5) 1-1 1) 24-8 (2) 11-5 (3) 5-3 (4) 3-1 (5) 1-1 91-33=73%
4A 1) 21-11 (2) 12-4 (3) 5-3 (4) 4-0 (5) 1-1 1) 24-8 (2) 12-4 (3) 6-2 (4) 4-0 (5) 2-0 91-33=73%
3A 1) 14-2 (2) 6-2 (3) 3-1 (4) 1-1 (5) 1-0 1) 24-8 (2) 14-2 (3) 5-3 (4) 3-1 (5) 2-0 73-20=81%
2A 1) 12-4 (2) 14-2 (3) 8-0 (4) 3-1 (5) 1-1 1) 12-4 (2) 13-3 (3) 5-3 (4) 3-1 (5) 1-1 59-17=79%
1A 1) 10-6 (2) 12-4 (3) 5-3 (4) 3-1 (5) 1-1 1) 10-6 (2) 13-3 (3) 7-1 (4) 2-2 (5) 1-1 66-28=71%
1) 84-28 (2) 54-18 (3)25-9 (4) 14-4 (5) 5-4 1) 94-34 (2) 63-17 (3) 28-12 (4) 15-5 (5) 7-3 1) 178-62=74% (2) 117-35=77% (3) 53-21= 72% (4) 29-9 76%

PLAYOFF TOTALS: through 5 rounds 5A-1A 390-133=75%
REGULAR SEASON: (111-39) 74%

COLLEGE (against the point spread)
SEASON: (80-66-4) 53.8%

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 14: 7-7
SEASON: (81-73-6) 50.7%

CLASS 5A DIVISION I STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Southlake Carroll Dragons (15-0) vs. Fort Bend Hightower Hurricanes(13-2) vs. 4 p.m. Cowboys Stadium TV: Fox Sports SouthwestPhotobucket
Southlake Carroll QB Kenny Hill (jr) WR Sabian Holmes (Baylor Commit)          HIGHTOWER Bralon Addison (Texas A&M Commit) RB Joshua Wilhite

Southlake had the comeback of the year, last week against a Skyline line team that pretty much had the game sewn up leading by 10 with 2:26 left. Southlake scores a TD then recovers an onside kick (controversial one too see the video above) Then proceeds to score the game winning touchdown. I said it last week. Those inner city schools seem to just make the biggest mistakes and choke the game away when it matters the most. On the other end Hightower has the hottest player in the playoffs Bralon Addison using his legs and his arm. In this Match-up I like Southlake, Southlake lose Their best players WR Williams was hurt last week I dont know if he will play this week, but when you sitting in a wheelchair at the end of the game im guessing your not playing anytime soon. Hightower played a similar team to Southlake (The Woodlands) They lost to The Woodlands and I expect them to do the same in a high scoring affair gimme Southlake in this one
CARROLL’s MIRACLE COMEBACK AGAINST DALLAS SKYLINE

HERE IS GOOD EXAMPLE OF WHY YOU EITHER LOVE OR HATE SOUTHLAKE

TOES PICK:
SOUTHLAKE CARROLL: 38
FORT BEND HIGHTOWER:31

CLASS 5A DIVISION II STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Spring Dekaney Wildcats(13-2) vs. Cibolo Steele Knights (15-0), Saturday 8pm, Cowboys Stadium TV: Fox Sports Southwest

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Dekaney RB Trey Williams (Texas A&M Commit) QB Dujaun Hines (Houston Commit) Cibolo Steele QB Tommy Armstrong (Nebraska Commit)

If Hightower’s Bralon Addison is the hottest player in the playoffs, Dekaney’s Trey Williams is right there with him. No one in the playoffs has been able to contain him. Cibolo Steele is gonna be the best defense they have seen all year. If Williams is slowed at all any. They gonna have trouble keeping pace with Steele QB Tommy Armstrong (Nebraska Commit) In my preseason picks I was really high on Dekaney this year. But I got to go with the defending state champion Cibolo Steele in this one

SOME TREY WILLIAMS HIGHLIGHTS

SOME TOMMY ARMSTRONG HIGHLIGHTS

TOES PICK:
CIBOLO STEELE: 31
SPRING DEKANEY:24

CLASS 4A DIVISION I STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Hewitt Midway vs. Lake Travis Cavaliers, 8:00 p.m. Friday Cowboys Stadium TV: Fox Sports Southwest
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LAKE TRAVIS QB Blake Mayfield (jr) WR Griffin Gilbert (TCU Commit) MIDWAY WR Hunter Jarmon QB Deandre Ford

THE DRIVE FOR 5. Lake Travis goes for its 5th straight state title. No team has ever accomplished that. Its unbelievable to me. With all the injuries and position switches and to end up still 15-0 and playing in the state title game really says something about Lake Travis and the program they got going. And just as good as their offense has been in years past. Their Defense has caught up to them and is just as good as their offense. Blake Mayfield who started out the season as backup QB But when stater (SMU Commit) Colin Lagasse got hurt. Mayfield filled right in. Lagasse is now a athlete they move all over the field catching and running the ball. They only team in their bracket I could see even staying close to Lake Travis in the Playoffs was Pearland Dawson and they smashed them 45-14 last week. But Im hoping for a closer game this time. But got to stick with my preseason state champ pick Lake Travis

THE DRIVE FOR 5 IS ALIVE!!

TOES PICK:
LAKE TRAVIS: 48
HEWITT MIDWAY: 20

CLASS 4A DIVISION II STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Aledo Bearcats (13-2) Manvel Mavericks 12pm Saturday, Cowboys Stadium TV: Fox Sports SouthwestPhotobucket
ALEDO RB Jonathan Gray (Texas Commit) MANVEL RB Kaylon Melacon, QB Shane McCarley

Aledo started out the year shaky going 0-2. But I predicted Aledo to win state (as did everyone else) and get the 3 peat. Aledo Jonathan Gray is doing his thing as usual, I dont know if he will get 8 TD’s like last years state game. But Im expecting a high scoring game from Aledo. The only question is if Manvel can keep pace. Aledo’s defense has stepped it up big time shutting out Stephenville in the regionals. Aledo is the pick Aledo by 20

HERE’S THE STAR OF THE SHOW Texas Commit Jonathan Gray

HERE IS HOW MANVEL GOT HERE

TOES PICK:
ALEDO: 55
ALVIN MANVEL: 30

Class 3A Division II STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Argyle Eagles vs. Wimberley Texans, 4pm Friday Cowboys Stadium, TV: Fox Sports Southwest

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Argyle QB Austin Aune (TCU Commit) WIMBERLY RB-S Dennis Smith, WR Brennen Blakemore

At the beginning of the season, These were the two teams I picked to be playing in this game. I picked Wimberly to win. So I will stick with them. But the way Argyle QB Austin Aune (TCU Commit) has been playing in the playoffs I want to pick them. Wimberly defense will be the reason they win this game. I cant see Wimberly having a shootout with Argyle but both QB’s can certainly light it up but give me a close low scoring win for Wimberly if the scoring gets up in the 30’s Argyle should be the pick.

HERE SOME VIDEOS FROM THE TWO QB’s Argyle’s Austin Aune (TCU Commit) and Wimberly Brady Lambert


TOES PICK:
ARGYLE: 24
WIMBERLY: 28

Class 2A: Division I STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Melissa vs. Hempstead, 8pm Thursday Cowboys Stadium. TV: Fox Sports Southwest

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MELISSA QB Wes Mcqueen, RB Kristov George HEMPSTEAD WR-S Trent Momon (Texas A&M Commit) RB Michael Wolfe (jr)

Hempstead came out of no where if you ask me to make it to this title game. They are undefeated and after beating my state champ pick Tatum. So you would think I would go with them in this game. They have Texas A&M commit Trent Momon a big target 6-4 and can run, then the ground game is led by Archie Griffin and you can watch the video of his story below. Melissa I’ve only seen at the 7on7 tournament where they have always been very impressive. They throw around ball around a lot. Hempstead’s secondary gonna be tested in this one. I can see this one going either way
HERE IS A STORY ON THE HEMPSTEAD RUNNING BACK ARCHIE TAYLOR

TOES PICK:
MELISSA:34
HEMPSTEAD: 27

Class 2A: Division II STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Cisco vs. Refugio, 12pm, Friday, Cowboys Stadium. TV: Fox Sports Southwest

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CISCO RB/LB Hayden Lewis, QB Colton Gayle REFUGIO Coach Jason Herring

Refugio has been an absolute machine so far this year blowing out opponents week after week. The undefeated Refugio Bobcats, who have come under scrutiny for the way they have been “running up” the score on opponents, they have even drawn the attention of ESPN who had an outside the lines story I dont know if the piece aired it was supposed to air but the penn state stuff started so they pushed it back. There is a preview of it in the video below. Refugio Lynx Hawthorne (Baylor Commit) is the headline player. Last week he had over 200 yards and 3 TD’s in last weeks 65-33 victory over Lexington. There are some highlights of that game below

HERE THE FULL ESPN REGUGIO STORY ON COACH JASON HERRING

HERE IS HOW REFUGIO GOT HERE

TOES PICK:
CISCO:28
REFUGIO:58

Class 1A:Division I STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Stamford vs. Mason 12pm Thursday, Cowboys Stadium TV: Fox Sports Southwest

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STAMFORD RB Jessie Ramos Mason RB/LB Rio Schmidt, RB David More

I picked Canadian to beat Mason in the championship game before the season started. As you can see Canadian didnt make it, Mason did So give me Mason in this one. A lot or ground game in this one and a some stiff defense. I go Mason in a low scoring affair.

PICS FROM MASON’S LAST PLAYOFF GAME

TOES PICK:
MASON:24
STAMFORD:14

Class 1A: Division II STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Munday vs. Tenaha 4pm Thursday, Cowboys Stadium TV: Fox Sports Southwest

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Tenaha has the star power in this one with its Athlete at QB Reginald Davis (Texas Tech Commit), They were my pre season state pick so Im riding with them! Here are some Reginald Davis Highlights
MUNDAY RB Roderick Taylor, TE L.J. Collier TENAHA WR/RB/QB/DB Reginald Davis (Texas Tech Commit)
HERE ARE SOME REGINALD DAVIS HIGHLIGHTS

TOES PICK:
TENAHA:41
MUNDAY:28

COLLEGE BOWL PICKS (AGAINST THE SPREAD) point spread subject to change

DATE/TIME (central) TOES PICK/RESULT
SAT. DEC 17th 1pm GILDAN NEW MEXICO BOWL: Temple (-6.5) vs Wyoming (+6.5) Temple (-6.5)
SAT. DEC 17th 4:30pm FAMOUS IDAHO POTATO BOWL: Ohio (+2.5) vs Utah State (-2.5) Utah State (-2.5)
SAT. DEC 17th 8pm R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL: San Diego State (-5) vs Louisiana-Lafayette (+5) ULL (+5)
TUE. DEC. 20th 8pm BEEF O BRADY’S ST PETERSBURGH BOWL: Florida Int. vs Marshall
WED. DEC 21st 7pm S.D. CREDIT UNION POINSETTIA BOWL: TCU vs LA Tech
THUR. DEC. 22nd 7pm MAACO LAS VEGAS BOWL: Arizona State vs. Boise State Rest of picks
SAT. DEC. 24th 7pm SHERATON HAWAII BOWL: Nevada vs Southern Miss Coming next week
MON. DEC. 26th 4pm ADVOCARE INDEPENDENCE BOWL: Missouri vs North Carolina
TUE. DEC. 27th 3:30pm LITTLE CAESARS BOWL: Western Michigan vs Purdue
TUE. DEC. 27th 3:30pm BELK BOWL: Louisville vs N.C. State
WED. DEC. 28th 3:30pm MILITARY BOWL: Toledo vs Air Force
WED. DEC. 28th 7pm BRIDGEPOINT HOLIDAY BOWL: CAL vs Texas
THURS. DEC. 29th 4:30 CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL: Florida State vs Notre Dame
THURS. DEC. 29th 8pm VALERO ALAMO BOWL: Washington vs Baylor
FRI. DEC. 30th 11am ARMED FORCES BOWL: BYU vs Tulsa
FRI. DEC. 30th 2:20pm NEW ERA PINSTRIPE BOWL: Rutgers vs Iowa St.
FRI. DEC. 30th 6:40pm MUSIC CITY BOWL: Miss St. vs Wake Forest
FRI. DEC. 30th 9pm INSIGHT BOWL: Oklahoma vs Iowa
SAT. DEC. 31st 11am MEINEKE CAR CARE BOWL: Texas A&M vs Northwestern
SAT. DEC. 31st 1pm SUN BOWL: Georgia Tech vs Utah
SAT. DEC. 31st 2:30pm KRAFT FIGHTS HUNGER BOWL: Illinois vs UCLA
SAT. DEC. 31st 2:30pm LIBERTY BOWL: Cincinnati vs Vanderbilt
SAT. DEC. 31st 6:30pm CHICK-FIL-A BOWL: Virginia vs Auburn
MON. JAN 2nd 11am TICKETCITY BOWL: Houston vs Penn St.
MON. JAN 2nd 12pm CAPITAL ONE BOWL: Nebraska vs South Carolina
MON. JAN 2nd 12pm OUTBACK BOWL: Michigan State vs Georgia
MON. JAN 2nd 12pm GATOR BOWL: Ohio State vs Florida
MON. JAN 2nd 4pm ROSE BOWL: Wisconsin vs Oregon
MON. JAN 2nd 7:30pm FIESTA BOWL: Stanford vs Oklahoma State
TUE. JAN 3rd 7:30pm SUGAR BOWL: Michigan vs Virginia Tech
WED. JAN. 4th 7:30pm ORANGE BOWL: Clemson vs West Virginia
FRI. JAN. 6th 7pm COTTON BOWL: Kansas State vs Arkansas
SAT. JAN 7th 12pm BBVA COMPASS BOWL: Pittsburgh vs SMU
SAT. JAN 8th 8pm GODADDY.COM BOWL: Arkansas St. vs Nothern Illinois
MON. JAN 9th 7:30pm BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP: Alabama vs LSU

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 14 NFL PREDICTIONS (against the spread)

WEEK 15 PICKS WEEK 14 PICKS & RESULTS
1. Cincinnati Bengals (-3) vs Houston Texans (L)
2. Oakland Raiders (+11) @ Green Bay Packers (L)
3. Indianapolis Colts(+16.5) @ Baltimore Ravens (W)
4. Cleveland Browns (+14) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (W)
5. New England Patriots (-8) @ Washington Redskins (L)
6. Kansas City Chiefs (+10.5) @ NY Jets (L)
7. Detroit Lions (-10) vs Minnesota Vikings (L)
8. Philadelphia Eagles (+3) @ Miami Dolphins (W)
9. Atlanta Falcons (-3) @ Carolina Panthers (W)
10. Jacksonville Jaguars (+2) vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers (W)
11. San Francisco 49ers (-3.5) vs Arizona Cardinals (L)
12. San Diego Chargers (-7) vs Buffalo Bills (W)
13. Dallas Cowboys (-3.5) vs New York Giants (L)
14. St. Louis Rams (4.5) @ Seattle Seahawks
SEASON TOTALS—>

November 23, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 13 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: Uncategorized — toes2734 @ 2:00 AM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 13 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

 

  • ONCE AGAIN Saturday saw Euless Trinity vs Allen 35,000+ Its always a game of the year candidate, and this year it was scary similar to ending of the Friday night lights movie I had to make a video with the two vids mixed so check if out

  • FRIDAY- KATY vs CY WOODS gave up some points to Cy Woods penalties and turnovers kept Cy Woods in this one for as long as they did but here are the highlights from that one

  • Got done with the Katy game just in time to see the 4th quarter of this UPSET Iowa State vs Oklahoma state, Something about home underdogs on weeknight games if you bet them your hitting those it seems like 80% of the time even if they don’t win they seem to always cover the spread as 20 point underdogs Iowa State did Friday. OH AND BY THE WAY FRIDAY, UofH is AT TULSA, Tulsa has Texas High School Quarterback out of Canton G.J. Kinne, and Tulsa has a run gun offense, I’m smelling upset in that one!! But here is Iowa State, and the post game celebration inside the locker room

  • SATURDAY- LEE CORSO DROPPED THE F-BOMB WHILE MAKING HIS PICKS FOR THE UH & SMU GAME CHECK OUT EVERYONES REACTION IS PRICELESS!!!

  • SATURDAY- Baylor’s UPSET of Oklahoma, led to this Erin Andrew’s getting a gatorade shower its just unfortunate she was wearing a blue shirt instead of a white one

  • OH AND WHEN THEY RUSH THE FIELD AT BAYLOR EVERYONE GETS IN ON THE ACTION!! CHECK OUT IF YOU CAN SPOT THE GIRL ON CRUTCHES MAKING A RUN FOR IT!! LOL!!

  • SATURDAY- USC UPSET OREGON USC MUST HAVE WATCHED THIS VIDEO BEFORE THE GAME, ITS GETS YOU FIRED UP AND I DONT EVEN LIKE USC

  • SUNDAY- LOVE the celebrations that have thought and sting the home crowd like Maurice Jones-Drew in CLEVELAND doing the Lebron powder toss, drawing immediate boos from the crowd LOVE IT!!! Check it out

  • SUNDAY-Vince Young despite 3 Int’s when the game was on the line he came through once again in the clutch he’s a winner and I still wish he was with the Titans, although if given the choice Coach Jeff Fisher or have Vince Young at QB, I’d go with Fisher. He is gonna be a hot commodity this off-season.

  • MONDAY- University of Arizona names Rich Rodriquez its new head coach. I think that this is an awful move. I expect a mass exodus of recruits to bail on their commitments. And for the current QB’s on their Roster Dax Garman of Southlake Carroll, and Tom Savage a transfer from Rutgers, They would be wise to seek a team elsewhere cause you know they dont fit into his offense, and he is gonna find some fast freshman to come in that he will play over them. Other Texas High School guys I would hope move on Michael Cooper a redshirt Freshman TE from The Woodlands (does Rodriquez even use Tight ends??) But I dont like this coaching move at all!!

  • TUESDAY-ESPN REFUGIO STORY, espn was supposed to air a story on Refugio High School a 2A team that I saw play last year. today (nov.22 tues) but they pushed it back to next week, cause of new details in the penn state and syracuse sex scandals. It should air next week but here is a preview, I’ll have the full here next week or when it airs but here is a preview. I dont like the aim espn is going with but anytime Texas High School Football is on ESPN no matter what kind of twist they give it I think its a good thing check out the preview

 
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 1) 24-8 (2) 11-5 72-24=75%
4A 1) 21-11 (2) 12-4 1) 24-8 (2) 12-4 69-27=72%
3A 1) 14-2 (2) 6-2 1) 24-8 (2) 14-2 58-14=81%
2A 1) 12-4 (2) 14-2 1) 12-4 (2) 13-3 51-13=80%
1A 1) 10-6 (2) 12-4 1) 10-6 (2) 13-3 45-19=70%
1) 84-28 (2) 54-18 1) 94-34 (2) 63-17 1) 178-62=74% (2) 117-35=77%

 

PLAYOFF TOTALS: through 2 rounds 5A-1A 295-97=75%
REGULAR SEASON: (111-39) 74%

 
COLLEGE (against the point spread)
WEEK 12: no picks
SEASON: (77-63-3) 53.8%

 
NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 11: 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)
#1 LSU TIGERS vs #3 ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS
Saturday Nov. 19th 2pm Dallas Cowboys Stadium

 
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This SEC stuff never seems to end week after week there is another battle. This Week is no different as Arkansas and their potent offense. Goes to Baton Rouge to take on that LSU defense. As far as the betting goes in this one, LSU opened as a 14 point favorite it is now down to 13. SEC games just like NFL games double digit underdogs are always a very good bet in these leagues. LSU with Jefferson at QB I dont like him. I think they would be better off with Lee in this one. Arkansas if they get a touchdown early. I think its going to be difficult for LSU to score over 21 points in this one so add the 13 to an arkansas TD that they are likely to get I like LSU to win but take Arkansas with the points.

 
TOES PICK:
LSU: 21
ARKANSAS: 10

 

TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL PLAYOFFS 2nd ROUND
5A GAME OF THE WEEK
ARLINGTON BOWIE vs SOUTHLAKE CARROLL DRAGONS
SATURDAY NOV. 26th 2011 5pm Pennington Field (Bedford)
 
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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. Bowie has been putting up huge points as well led by QB Kolby Listenbee a TCU Commit I like Carroll’s defense a little better than Bowie’s and I like Carroll’s special teams a lot more, so give Carroll in a squeeker
 
TOES PICK:
SOUTHLAKE CARROLL: 35
ARLINGTON BOWIE: 32
 
CLASS 5A – Division I

Region I
Arlington Bowie vs. Southlake Carroll, 5:00 p.m. Saturday, Bedford’s Pennington Field
Euless Trinity vs. Arlington Martin, noon Saturday, Bedford’s Pennington Field
Region II
Dallas Skyline vs. Klein Oak, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, Waco ISD
Mesquite vs. The Woodlands, 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Waco ISD
Region III
FB Hightower vs. Cy-Fair, 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Houston’s Tully Stadium
Pearland vs. Houston Lamar, 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Galena Park ISD
Region IV
Harlingen vs. SA Warren, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Corpus Christi’s Buccaneer Stadium
SA Madison vs. Laredo United, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Corpus Christi’s Buccaneer Stadium

Class 5A – Division II
Region I
Abilene vs. Mansfield, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Abilene’s Shotwell Stadium
Abilene Cooper vs. Mansfield Timberview, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, Abilene’s Shotwell Stadium
Region II
Longview vs. Spring Dekaney, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Corsicana
Rowlett vs. Spring Westfield, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Georgetown
Region III
La Porte vs. Katy, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, Houston’s Tully Stadium
PA Memorial vs. Houston Memorial, 1:00 p.m. Saturday, Humble’s Turner Stadium
Region IV
Cibolo Steele vs. Laredo Alexander, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Laredo SAC
SA Reagan vs. McAllen Memorial, 3:00 p.m. Saturday, McAllen

 
 
4A GAME OF THE WEEK
Highland Park Scots vs Tyler John Tyler
SAT. NOV 26
 
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TOES PICK
HIGHLAND PARK: 31
TYLER JOHN TYLER: 24

 
CLASS 4ADivision I
Region I
WF Rider vs. Killeen, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Mansfield’s Newsom Stadium
Denton Ryan vs. Hewitt Midway, 1:00 p.m. Friday, Mansfield
Region II
Sherman vs. Rockwall-Heath, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Denton’s Apogee Stadium
John Tyler vs. Highland Park, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Waco ISD
Region III
Vidor vs. Angleton, 6:00 p.m. Friday, Galena Park ISD Stadium
Pearland Dawson vs. Nederland, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, Galena Park Stadium
Region IV
Lake Travis vs. CC Flour Bluff, 2:00 p.m. Friday, SA Heroes Stadium
Cedar Park vs. Weslaco East, noon Friday, San Antonio’s Alamodome
CLASS 4A Division II
Region I
Aledo vs. Canyon Randall, 6:00 p.m. Friday, Midland’s Grande Communications Stadium
Lake Dallas vs. Stephenville, 2:00 p.m. Friday, Northwest ISD
Region II
Corsicana vs. Frisco Centennial, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Midlothian
Frisco vs. Kilgore, 1:00 p.m. Friday, Forney’s City Bank Stadium
Region III
Beaumont Ozen vs. La Marque, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Baytown’s Stallworth Stadium
Manvel vs. Dayton, 7:00 p.m. Friday, Deer Park
Region IV
Dripping Springs vs. CC Calallen, 4:00 p.m. Friday, San Antonio’s Alamodome
PL Calhoun vs. Kerrville Tivy, 8:00 p.m. Friday, San Antonio’s Alamodome

 

CLASS 3A Division I
Region I
Seminole vs. Alvarado, 6:30 p.m. Friday, San Angelo
Region II
Celina vs. Henderson, 6:00 p.m. Friday, Mesquite Memorial
Region III
Tyler Chapel Hill vs. Navasota, 7:00 p.m. Friday, Baylor’s Floyd Casey Stadium
Region IV
La Vernia vs. West Columbia, 6:00 p.m. Friday, Cypress’ Berry Complex
CLASS 3A Division II
Region I
Shallowater vs. Snyder, 2:00 p.m. Friday, Midland’s Grande Communications Stadium
Monahans vs. Brownwood, 7:30 p.m Friday, Sweetwater
Region II
Argyle vs. Carthage, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mansfield’s Newsom Stadium
Gilmer vs. Van Alstyne, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Forney
Region III
West Orange-Stark vs. Bullard, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Woodland’s Woodforest Stadium
Lorena vs. Coldspring-Oakhurst, 6:00 p.m. Friday, Brenham
Region IV
Devine vs. Wharton, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, Sinton
Sweeny vs. Wimberley, 2:00 p.m. Friday, Victoria Memorial
CLASS 2A – Division I
Region I
Muleshoe vs. Merkel, 7:00 p.m. Friday, Wolfforth’s Peoples Bank Stadium
Eastland vs. Wall, 7:00 p.m. Friday, Abilene Wylie
Region II
New Boston vs. Melissa, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Paris
Daingerfield vs. Redwater, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Hallsville
Region III
Gilmer Harmony vs. Crockett, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, SFA’s Homer Bryce Stadium
Tatum vs. East Chambers, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Lufkin
Region IV
Lago Vista vs. Blanco, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Austin’s House Park
Hempstead vs. Hallettsville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Giddings
 
CLASS 2A Division II
Region I
Abernathy vs. Holliday, 3:00 p.m. Friday, Sweetwater
Idalou vs. Cisco, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Colorado City
Region II
Gunter vs. Lone Oak, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Royse City
Hughes Springs vs. Corsicana Mildred, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Van
Region III
Arp vs. Corrigan-Camden, 7:30 pm. Friday, Buffalo
Lexington vs. Franklin, 7:00 p.m. Friday, A&M Consolidated
Region IV
Sonora vs. East Bernard, noon Saturday, Alamodome
Refugio vs. Poth, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Victoria’s Memorial Stadium
CLASS 1A Division I
Region I
Seymour vs. Sundown, 1:00 p.m. Friday, Abilene Wylie
Albany vs. Stamford, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Abilene’s Shotwell Stadium
Region II
Muenster vs. Lindsay, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Denton’s Collins Stadium
Mart vs. Clarksville, 6:00 p.m. Friday, Whitehouse
Region III
Price Carlisle vs. Lovelady, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Athens
Garrison vs. Big Sandy, 7:00 p.m. Friday, Tyler’s Rose Stadium
Region IV
Mason vs. Ganado, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Smithson Valley
Winters vs. Shiner, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, Marble Falls
CLASS 1A Division II
Region I
Bovina vs. Springlake-Earth, 7:00 p.m. Friday, Amarillo Dick Bivins’ Stadium
Morton vs. Wellington, 2:00 p.m. Friday, Canyon’s Kimbrough Memorial Stadium
Region II
Munday vs. Crosbyton, 1:00 p.m. Friday, Colorado City
Bronte vs. Windthorst, 1:00 p.m. Friday, Abilene’s Shotwell Stadium
Region III
Chilton vs. Mount Enterprise, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Teague
Hubbard vs. Tenaha, 1:00 p.m. Friday, Tyler’s Rose Stadium
Region IV
Granger vs. Burton, 6:30 p.m. Friday, Elgin’s Wildcat Stadium
Falls City vs. Bruni, 7:30 p.m. Friday, CC Calallen
Six-man Division I
Region I
Valley vs. Meadow, 4:00 p.m. Friday, Plainview’s Sherwood Memorial Stadium
Region II
Borden County vs. Ira, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Colorado City
Region III
Throckmorton vs. Knox City, 5:00 p.m. Friday, Graham
Region IV
Abbott vs. Lometa, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Hico
Six-man – Division II
Region I
Amherst vs. Motley County, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Plainview
Region II
Sterling City vs. Grandfalls-Royalty, 6:30 p.m. Friday, Rankin
Region III
Bryson vs. Newcastle, 8:00 p.m. Friday, Graham
Region IV
Richland Springs vs. Calvert, 4:00 p.m. Friday, Hico

 
 
 
COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON vs TULSA HURRICANES
FRIDAY 12pm Tulsa
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UH QB Case Keenum, WR, TULSA QB G.J. Kinne

 
Home Team Underdogs on Weeknights this year as in recent years have been MONEY. UH travels to Tulsa, just the only thing is is a 11am start, UofH opened up as a 3 point favorite My initial reaction is bet big on UH, but after a few minutes of thought this screamed trap Vegas is practically begging and tempting you to take Houston. I say this line a huge trap!! Plus I really like Tulsa QB G.J. Kinne Canton High School) Take Tulsa +3

 
TOES PICK
HOUSTON: 41
TULSA: 48
 
COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)
TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)

WEEK 13 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS
NO PICK THIS PAST WEEK
WILL UPDATE THIS LATE THURS.
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD

 

NFL PICKS no particular order
 
WEEK 12 NFL PREDICTIONS (against the spread)

WEEK 11 PICKS WEEK 8 PICKS & RESULTS
NO PICKS THIS PAST WEEK
WILL UPDATE THIS LATE THURS. NO PICKS THIS PAST WEEK
SEASON TOTALS—>

 

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 20, 2011

TOES’ WEEK 4 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: Sports,Uncategorized — toes2734 @ 2:45 AM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 4 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

  • The TV show Friday Night Lights won 2 Emmy’s which to me is kinda surprising. Not that they won, They should have been winning Emmy’s for a few years now, but its good to see that the best show on television to get some recognition!!! Best Actor Kyle Chandler and Best Writer Jason Katims. Connie Britton should have won the actress, If I had to pick out the awards they were nomintated for I thought Connie Britton had the best chance and thats what the experts said as well. BUT IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE BEST SHOW ON TV FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS CHECK IT OUT ON NETFLIX!! OR GO BUY THE DVD’S!!! HERE IS A TRAILER FOR THE SHOW CHECK IT OUT!!!!

  • WATCH THIS MONSTER BLOCK BY TEXAS RECIVER MARQUISE GOODWIN, TO ME THIS IS A PERFECTLY FINE BLOCK!!!

  • HIT OF THE YEAR NOMINEE CHECK OUT THIS KNOCKOUT BY SMALL COLLEGE CUMBERLANDS

  • EVERY NOW AND THEN I MISS ONE, I WAS WATCHING THIS GAME ON TV AND NEVER SAW THIS!! THIS WAS FROM HOOVER VS BYRNES HIGH SCHOOL

  • NOT TO DISCRIMINATE HERE SOME AUSSIE RULES FOOTBALL HIT FROM LAST WEEK

  • 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 3: (14-1)
SEASON: (44-16)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)

WEEK 2: (8-5-2)
SEASON: (18-10-2)

NFL (against the point spread)

WEEK 1: (7-6-2)
SEASON: (13-15-3)

BETTING REVIEW:

WEEK 3:

WIN $50 COLLEGE Oklahoma (-3) vs Florida State
WIN $50 NFL Houston (-3.5) vs Miami
LOST $55 NFL Dallas (-3.5) vs San Francisco
SEASON: (-$25)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)
#7OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS (+3) @ #8 TEXAS A&M AGGIES (-3)
Saturday September 24th 2011 2:30pm TV: ABC

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OSU WR Justin Blackmon, QB Brandon Weeden,               Texas A&M RB Cyrus Gray, QB Ryan Tannehill

I think ESPN College Gameday in College Station would have been the easy choice for ESPN but no they picked West Virginia??? you kidding me?? LSU vs West Virginia is gonna be a joke. To me ESPN College Gameday in College Station was the only logical choice. Sunday I was already making travel arrangements for College Station, But Oh Well. I Dont see their reasoning for West Virginia at all. That game wont be close. But as for this game, I exepct it as well as everybody else in the country to be a offensive shootout. I think A&M has a small edge on defense so I will go with A&M in this one, eventhough I hope they lose

TOES PICK:
OKLAHOMA STATE:38
TEXAS A&M:45
HOUSTON CONNECTIONS

OKLAHOMA STATE TEXAS A&M
#19 CB Broderick Brown (jr.) Westfield H.S. WAY TOO MANY TO LIST
#76 OL Eli Dickerson(fr.)Woodlands College Park SEEMS LIKE HALf THEIR ROSTER IS FROM
#4 CB Justin Gilbert (so) Huntsville H.S. THE HOUSON AREA
#11 K Wes Harlan, (jr) Langham Creek H.S.
#24 CB Miketavuius Jones (fr) North Shore H.S.
#16 CB Andrae May (jr) North Shore H.S.
#29 LB Joe Mitchell (so) Katy Morton Ranch H.S.
#95 DT Mike Mustafa (fr) Katy Cinco Ranch H.S.
#90 DT Joe Okafor (fr) Bellaire H.S.
#20 CB Larry Stephens (so) North Shore H.S.
#22 LB James Thomas (sr) La Marque H.S.
#31 CB Brandon Speth (fr) Clear Creek H.S.
#12 S Johnny Thomas (sr) Texas City H.S.

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK
KLEIN BEARKATS vs KLEIN FOREST GOLDEN EAGLES
Thursday SEPT. 22th 2011 TV:KUBE channel 57 (channel 53 comcast/xfinity)

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Klein Forest QB Matt Davis (Texas A&M Commit) Klein LB Ben Weaver (Boise St Commit) WR/QB Andrew Santacroce

Klein and Klein Forest both 3-0 will be televised on KUBE Channel 57 (channel 53 on comcast infinity) Thursday night, They both have played somewhat easy schedules, Klein lacks any real play makers on offense, Klein Forest has Matt Davis of course, Klein has better lineman on both sides of the ball. Klein has turned to a sophomore to fill its running back position and he is doing a pretty good job but I think Klein Forest QB (and A&M Commit) Matt Davis will the difference in this one

TOES PICK:
KLEIN: 28
KLEIN FOREST: 31

TOMBALL COUGARS @ WESTFIELD MUSTANGS
Saturday, Sept. 24th 2011 6pm George Stadium (Spring)

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Tomball QB Justin Dvorak, WR Jameson Johnson, Westfield RB Kaylon Jackson,

Tomball finally got a victory two weeks ago but didnt really look good doing it against Mayde Creek, They again struggled on the edge of their defense giving up some long runs to the outside. Offense had some costly drops yet again by the receivers. No one has shown that they can catch the ball yet. If they are going to be playing people both ways #5 Demarcus Jackson is one that I believe should be playing both ways. Jackson showed over the summer that he is capable of catching the ball. Making some tough catches in 7on7 and in the spring. But most importantly he caught all the easy routine catches, which no one else can seem to do. Jackson is also injured with an ankle injury but with the bye week he should have had some time to heel up #9 Jameson Johnson should probably
stick around on defense as well, I think he is the best option they have at cornerback. But I dont really like playing people  both ways cause when they get hurt its like losing two starters. But once
district start you got to do what you got to do. Westfield come into this game 3-0 with a strong ground game their RB Kaylon Jackson has the speed to get to the outside where Tomball has struggled. On
Defense Westfield had #96 Anthony Smith (Texas Tech Comimit) clogging up things in the middle. And some good athletes in the secondary. But Tomball has had two weeks with the bye week to get ready for them so hopefully they will keep it close or pull of an upset.

TOES PICK:
TOMBALL: 7
WESTFIELD: 38

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 4 PICKS WEEK 3 PICKS WEEK 3 RESULTS
1. Klein Forest over Klein 31-28 1. Desoto over Stony Point 48-14 1. (W) Desoto 42-7 (48-14)
2. Westfield over Tomball 38-7 2. Lake Travis over Kerrville Tivy48-21 2. (W) Lake Travis 56-14 (48-21)
3. Cinco Ranch over Mayde Creek by 20 3. Cy Falls over Cy Creek by 7 3. (W) Cy Falls 20-13 (7 picked 7)
4. Cy Falls over Cy Ridge by 17 4. Woodlands over Tyler Lee by 10 4. (W) Woodlands 23-15 (8 picked 10)
5. Montgomery over Stratford by 3 5. Langham Creek over Jersey Village 5. (W) Langham Creek 65-58
6. Cy Fair over Cy Creek by 14 6. North Shore over Kingwood by 30 6. (W) N. Shore 48-28 (20 picked 30)
7. Brenham over Magnolia West by 30 7. Waller over Foster by 3 7. (L) Foster 41-22
8. Dekaney over Spring by 42 8. Longview over Lukin by 1 8. (W) Longview 24-10 (14 picked 1)
9. Klein Collins over Klein Oak by 14 9. Cy Ridge over Cy Springs by 17 9. (W) Cy Ridge 36-21 (
10. Cy Woods over Cy Ranch by 10 10. 2nd Baptist over Cypress Chr. By 14 10. (W) 2nd Baptist 15-3 (12 picked 14)
11. Katy over Seven Lakes by 30 11. Cy Fair over Cy Woods by 3 11 (W) Cy Fair 14-0 (14 picked 3)
12. Langham Creek over Cy Springs by 28 12. Katy over West Brook by 17 12 (W) Katy 42-7 (35 picked 17)
13. Lufkin over Conroe by 31 13. P.A. Memorial over Aldine by 14 13. (W) P.A. Memorial 48-14 (34 pick 14)
14. Lake Travis over Drippings Springs by 30 14. Westfield over Hastings by 20 14. (W) Westfield 42-0 (42 picked 20)
15. College Park over Oak Ridge by 17 15. Channelview ovr Friendswood by 1 15. (W) Channelview 62-42 (20 pick 1)
SEASON TOTALS 44-16 Week 2 TOTALS 14-1

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK

ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS @ ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE
SAT. SEPT. 24th Alabama

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Alabama RB Trent Richardson, LB Dont’a Hightower ARKANSAS WR Greg Childs, LB

To me the SEC is just like the NFL and whenever you get a double digit point spread you always have to take the points no matter who is playing. You will find that if you bet with the points you will be winning more often than not. So I like Arkansas in this one plus the 11 points

TOES PICK
ARKANSAS:17
ALABAMA:24

HOUSTON CONNECTIONS

ARKANSAS ALABAMA
#7 RB Knile Davis (jr) FB Marshall H.S. (injured) #92 DL Damion Square (jr) Yates H.S.
#45 LB Alonzo Highsmith (jr) FB Elkins H.S. #2 WR DeAndrew White (fr) North Shore H.S.
#97 LB Darrell Kelly Thomas (fr) Lufkin H.S. #78 OL Chad Lindsay (fr) The Woodlands H.S.
#64 C Travis Swanson (so) Kingwood H.S.
#9 QB Jacoby Walker (fr) Westfield H.S. OTHER TEXAS PLAYER
#43 K Cade Foster Southlake Carroll H.S.

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)

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

WEEK 3 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS RESULTS
1. East Carolina (-12.5) vs UAB 1. Miss St. (+3.5) vs LSU 1. (L) Arizona 37-14
2. Tulane (+10) @ Duke 2. Illinois (-1) vs Arizona St. 2. (W) Illinois 17-14, cover
3. Ole Miss (+9.5) vs Georgia 3. Florida (-9.5) vs Tennessee 3. (W) Florida 33-23, cover
4. LSU (-6) @ West Virginia 4. UNLV (+17.5) vs Hawaii 4. (W) UNLV 40-20, outright win
5. South Carolina (-16) vs Vanderbilt 5. Arizona (+9.5) vs Stanford 5. (L) Stanford 37-10
6. Arkansas (+11.5) @ Alabama 6. Army (+5) vs Northwestern 6. (W) Army 21-14, outright win
7. Tulsa (+28.5) @ Boise St. 7. Auburn (+3.5) @ Clemson 7. (L) Clemson 38-24
8. Texas A&M (-3) vs Oklahoma St. 8. Notre Dame (-5) vs Michigan St. 8. (W) Notre Dame 31-13, cover
9. Missouri (+21) vs Oklahoma 9. Utah (+5) vs BYU 9. (W) Utah 54-10, outright win
10. Oregon St. (-4.5) vs UCLA 10. Ohio (-3) vs Marshall 10. (W) Ohio 44-7, cover
11. USC (+2.5) @ Arizona St. 11. Ohio St. (+3) vs Miami FL 11. (L) Miami 24-6
12. Florida (-20) @ Kentucky 12. Iowa (-4) vs Pitt 12. (push) Iowa 31-27
13. Notre Dame (-7) vs PITT 13. Penn St. (-7) @ Temple 13. (L) Penn St. 14-10
14. San Diego St (+10.5) @ Michigan 14. Ball St. (-4.5) vs Buffalo 14. (L) Ball St. 28-25
15. Florida St. (+2.5) @ Clemson 15. Houston (-6.5) vs LA Tech 15 (L) Houston 35-34
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD 25-17-3 WEEK 3 A-T-S (7-7-1)

NFL GAME OF THE WEEK
BUFFALO BILLS vs NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
SUNDAY SEPT. 25th 2011 12pm Buffalo TV CBS

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Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, WR Steve Johnson Patriots DT Vince Wilfork, QB Tom Brady

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 3 PICKS WEEK 2 PICKS WEEK 2 RESULTS
1. Cincinnati (-2.5) vs San Francisco 1. Dallas (-3) @ San Francisco 1. (push) Dallas 27-24
2. New England (-8.5) @ Buffalo 2. Atlanta (+2.5) vs Philadelphia 2. (W) Atlanta 35-31, outright win
3. Houston (+4) @ New Orleans 3. Kansas City (+8) @ Detroit 3. (L) Detroit 48-3
4. Detroit (-3.5) @ Minnesota 4. Indianapolis (+2.5) vs Cleveland 4. (L) Cleveland 27-19
5. Carolina (-3.5) vs Jacksonville 5. Tampa Bay (+3) @ Minnesota 5. (W) Tampa Bay 24-20, outright win
6. Tampa Bay (-1) vs Atlanta 6. Chicago (+6.5) @ New Orleans 6. (L) New Orleans 30-13
7. Kansas City (+14.5) @ San Diego 7. Jacksonville (+9) @ NY Jets 7. (L) NY Jets 32-3
8. Pittsburgh (-10.5) @ Indianapolis 8. Buffalo (-3) vs Oakland 8. (push) Buffalo 38-35
9. NY Jets (-3) @ Oakland 9. Arizona (+4) vs Washington 9. (W) Washington 22-21, cover
10. Cleveland (-2.5) vs Miami 10. Carolina (+10) vs Green Bay 10. (W) Green Bay 30-23, cover
11. Seattle (+3.5) vs Arizona 11. Houston (-3) @ Miami 11. (W) Houston 23-13, cover
12. Baltimore (-4) @ St. Louis 12. San Diego (+6.5) @ New England 12. (L) New England 35-21
13. Green Bay (-3.5) vs Chicago 13. Cincinnati (+3.5) @ Denver 13. (W) Denver 24-22, cover
14 Dallas vs Washington no line yet (will update saturday) 14. Seattle (+14) @ Pittsburgh 14. (L) Pittsburgh 24-0
15. NY Giants(+8) vs Philadelphia 15. NY Giants (-6) vs St. Louis 15. (W) NY Giants
SEASON TOTALS—> SEASON A.T.S. TOTALS WEEK 3 A.T.S. TOTALS 6-6-2

September 14, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 3 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: Sports,Uncategorized — toes2734 @ 10:42 PM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 3 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

  • due to some unfortunate circumstances I was unable to watch any NFL games sunday, and no internet access, no TV no phone so I never knew who won the Texans game until tues. morning so this week Ive been catching up with replays on the NFL channel so no thoughts on NFL this week
  • What Lake Travis’s football team is doing this year is unbelievable. Lake Travis with all the grad losses and player injuries this year to keep winning and not just winning but dominating is something else. Here are the Highlights from Lake Travis Aledo where with a back up QB, no starting RB, Lagasse filled in just fine. Then beat #1 ranked Aledo 62-35 WOW here the highlights

  • From this past weekend in the Canadian League (ya I know its canadian league) but you will be hard pressed to find a better hit than this one in any football league WOW check it out!!

  • UT barely survived against BYU, If its not Garrett Gilbert quarterbacking, It should be David Ash full time no Case McCoy, UT will learn that, But to just speed up the process hopefully he gets injured, you know nothing serious, just enough to take him out the game broken finger or something, David Ash will get it done. Im still a Gilbert guy he should be the QB as for Case this video here will always stick in my mind when it comes to Case McCoy.

  • The Michigan vs Notre Dame finish was the best one of the year so far, and part of the great showing was the fan in the stands at the end of the game

  • Here is that same fan after they win with seconds left, It really does look like he is trying to cop a feel on the chinese girl sitting below him lol

  • 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 2: (12-3)
SEASON: (30-15)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)

WEEK 2: (8-5-2)
SEASON: (18-10-2)

NFL (against the point spread)

WEEK 1: (5-9-1) OUCH
SEASON: (5-9-1)

BETTING REVIEW:

SPEAKING OF BETTING I DIDNT HAVE ANY MONEY ON USC/UTAH ON SATURDAY BUT THOSE THAT DID BET ON USC UTAH HAD A SITUATION THAT I HAD NEVER SEEN, CHECK IT OUT

WEEK 2:
LOST $55 NFL Falcons (+3) vs Bears
LOST $55 NFL Rams (+5) vs Eagles
LOST $55 Arizona (+14) vs Oklahoma St.
SEASON: (-$70)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK (regardless of level NCAA, NFL, H.S.)
#1 OKLAHOMA SOONERS @ #5 FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES
Saturday September 10th 2011 7pm TV: ABC

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OU QB Landry Jones , WR Ryan Broyles,                 FSU QB E.J. Manuel, K Dustin Hopkins (Clear Lake H.S.)

FROM ESPN.COM

Understanding that a marquee victory can help clear a path to the BCS title game, Oklahoma has been eying its matchup with Florida State for months.

It has likely been on the minds of the Seminoles for the last year.

In the first test for each program, the top-ranked Sooners travel to Tallahassee for the first time Saturday night to face No. 5 Florida State, which hopes to exact some revenge from last season’s blowout loss in Norman.

It has been 53 weeks since then-No. 10 Oklahoma crushed the No. 17 Seminoles 47-17 in Jimbo Fisher’s second game as coach for Florida State. Landry Jones completed 30 of 40 passes for 380 yards with four touchdowns, and the Sooners amassed an opponent season-high 487 yards against the Seminoles in the first meeting between the programs since the 2001 Orange Bowl.

“They blew us out bad last year,” said quarterback EJ Manuel, who replaced an ineffective Christian Ponder in the second half of that game. “They played great. Last year was their year. We definitely want to go out there and play well this year.”

The Sooners went on to finish 12-2, beat Connecticut in the Fiesta Bowl and end the year No. 6 in the poll.

“We have been hearing about this game all year and all summer,” Oklahoma sophomore defensive back Aaron Colvin said. “It is going to be one of the biggest games of the year, so we need to be ready to play.”

After the humiliating loss in Oklahoma, the Seminoles rallied to win their next five games and finish with 10 victories — their most since 2003.

“Hopefully our team has grown and we’ve gotten better,” Fisher said. “We know our players better, they know us better. They know our scheme better.”

Florida State’s defense has been outstanding this year, yielding 275 yards in opening with two wins, but that has come against inferior opponents. The Seminoles are coming off last Saturday’s 62-10 win over Charleston Southern after beating Louisiana-Monroe 34-0 in their opener.

Stopping Jones and the Oklahoma offense obviously won’t be as easy.

Jones completed 35 of 47 passes for 375 yards with a TD in the Sooners’ only game of the season, a 47-14 win over Tulsa on Sept. 3, and he’s averaging 376.0 yards with 17 touchdowns and six interceptions in his last six games — all wins. He needs 113 yards to pass 2008 Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford’s total of 8,403 for No. 1 on the school’s career passing list.

“We can’t concern ourselves with the hype,” Fisher said. “You go do what you know and play the game.”

Florida State has the advantage of playing the rematch at Doak Campbell Stadium, where it has won 10 of 11, but Oklahoma benefits from having time off since defeating the Golden Hurricane.

Oklahoma has been No. 1 in each of the first three polls and is the first team to hold the top ranking 100 times since the poll began in 1936. The Sooners, who get top defensive tackle Stacy McGee and starting receiver Kenny Stills back after both served suspensions in the opener, are hoping to hold on to the top spot and get back to the BCS title game for the first time in three years.

“This is just a steppingstone to the national championships, where every team in the country wants to get to,” Colvin said. “So, we have to win games like this in order to play the best.”

Fisher understands the importance but doesn’t want his team putting too much stock into the game.

“It’ll be a measuring stick,” he said. “It’s not the season, but it can be a great building block.”

Manuel has passed for 581 yards with six touchdowns and two interceptions in the first two games, but the ground game hasn’t overwhelmed.

James Wilder Jr. leads the Seminoles in rushing with 76 yards — which all came in one quarter — and Fisher has made some adjustments to the offensive line to help get the running game in gear.

“It’s a work in progress,” Fisher said. “We’ll get better.”

The Seminoles have lost five straight to Oklahoma since winning the first meeting in 1964, but the teams have only played twice since 1981.

This will be the Sooners’ first road game against a top five non-conference opponent since they were ranked third and lost 23-7 to No. 5 Southern California in 1988

HOUSTON CONNECTIONS

FLORIDA STATE OKLAHOMA
#Dustin Hopkins K Clear Lake H.S. #16 so.WR Jaz Reynolds, Eisenhower H.S.
#27 sr. DB Sam Proctor, Pearland H.S.
OTHER TEXAS PLAYERS #44 fr. DE Nathan Hughes, Klein Oak H.S.
#57 so. Holmes Onwukaife LB Austin Cedar Park #52 fr. LB Kellen Jones, St. Pius H.S.
#16 so. Will Secord QB (backup) Frisco Wakeland #76 sr. OT Jarvis Jones, Lamar Cons. (LSU tran)
#87 fr. TE Max Stevenson, Klein Oak H.S.
#90 jr. DE David King, Stake Jesuit H.S.

TOES PICK
OKLAHOMA: 31
FLORIDA STATE: 14

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK
DESOTO EAGLES @ STONY POINT TIGERS (round rock)
FRIDAY SEPT. 16th 2011 Reeves Stadium Round Rock

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Curtis Riser Desoto OT (Texas Commit)

Desoto despite losing a 4 year starter Ryan Polite at Quarterback to graduation, is rolling right along and has dominated opponents so far this year, Cedar Hill a couple of out of state teams, Stony Point is replacing the majority of its starters from last year I think two or three are returning. Its a home game for Stony Point, But I dont think it will matter Desoto lost 2 games last year, Both of those were to Stony Point. Desoto comes out with revenge on their mind and hammers Stony Point bigtime.

TOES PICK:
DESOTO: 48
STONY POINT: 14

TOMBALL COUGARS BYE WEEK, @ Westfield next saturday

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 3 PICKS WEEK 2 PICKS WEEK 2 RESULTS
1. Desoto over Stony Point 48-14 1. Magnolia West over Willis 44-38 1. (W) Magnolia West 24-21
2. Lake Travis over Kerrville Tivy48-21 2. Tomball over Mayde Creek 21-20 2. (W) Tomball 24-14
3. Cy Falls over Cy Creek by 7 3. Aledo over Lake Travis 17-14 3. (L) Lake Travis 66-28
4. Woodlands over Tyler Lee by 10 4. Cy Ranch over Jersey Village 4. (W) Cy Ranch 38-31
5. Langham Creek over Jersey Village 5. Kinkaid over 2nd Baptist 5. (W) Kinkaid 62-15
6. North Shore over Kingwood by 30 6. Brenham over Lamar 6. (W) Brenham 21-10
7. Waller over Foster by 3 7. Westfield over FB Travis 7. (W) Westfield 27-21
8. Longview over Lukin by 1 8. The Woodlands over Strake Jesuit 8. (W) The Woodlands 40-10
9. Cy Ridge over Cy Springs by 17 9. Klein Forest over La Porte 9. (W) Klein Forest 19-10
10. 2nd Baptist over Cypress Chr. By 14 10. Pearland over Memorial 10. (L) Memorial 17-14
11. Cy Fair over Cy Woods by 3 11. Cy Falls over Cy Woods 11. (W) Cy Falls 28-12
12. Katy over West Brook by 17 12. Cy Fair over Cy Lakes 12. (W) Cy Fair 40-13
13. P.A. Memorial over Aldine by 14 13. North Shore over Klein Oak 13. (W) North Shore 28-12
14. Westfield over Hastings by 20 14. Clear Springs over Cinco Ranch 14. (L) Cinco Ranch 38-33
15. Channelview ovr Friendswood by 1 15. Dekaney over College Park 15. (W) Dekaney 41-14
SEASON TOTALS 30-15 Week 2 TOTALS 12-3

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK
#6 STANFORD CARDINAL @ ARIZONA WILDCATS
SAT. SEPT. 17th ARIZONA

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Andrew Luck Stratford High School                     Nick Foles Austin Westlake High School

FROM ESPN.COM

While Stanford has proven it can complement Heisman Trophy candidate Andrew Luck with a running game, Arizona is struggling with its rushing offense. Luck has put up big numbers against the Wildcats in the past heading into Saturday night’s matchup in Tucson for the sixth-ranked Cardinal in the first Pac-12 game for both teams.

Last year’s Heisman runner-up has six touchdowns and one interception for the season after he matched a career high with four touchdown passes and 290 yards in last Saturday’s 44-14 rout at Duke.

Still, it was a running game that outgained the Blue Devils 205-30 on the ground that proved equally vital to creating balance for the Cardinal (2-0).

“The running game, I thought, was great,” coach David Shaw said. “I thought it was good from start to finish. We were hitting four, five yards a chunk early on. We were just waiting for the breakout run.”

Arizona (1-1) can only envy those kind of numbers. The Wildcats rank last in the conference with 58.0 rushing yards per game after being limited to 41 last Thursday in a 37-14 loss at then-No. 9 Oklahoma State.

“Our inability to run the football offensively leads to kind of a 7-on-7 game,” coach Mike Stoops said. “Until we run the ball effectively, that’s good, we move the ball, we get yards, but we can’t be a complete football team.”

Keola Antolin carried 13 times for 22 yards while Ka’Deem Carey had six rushes for 19.

It put more pressure on Nick Foles, who completed 37 of 51 passes for 398 yards and one TD. Foles leads the Pac-12 with 810 passing yards, but knows the offense is too one-dimensional.

“You have to be able to run the ball,” Foles said. “We have running backs capable, we have the ability to run it and we’ll figure it out. When we start to run the ball the passing game will open up even more. I feel confident in our passing game but we have to start running it better.”

The passing game, however, could receive a boost if Juron Criner returns. Criner was the Pac-10’s top receiver last season, but underwent an appendectomy Sept. 5.

It’s unclear if he will play for the Wildcats, who began a challenging three-game stretch against ranked opponents with No. 12 Oregon set to visit next week.

Stanford, meanwhile, has shown no offensive vulnerabilities as it rides a 10-game win streak — the fourth-longest in school history. The Cardinal have produced 101 points this year to tie No. 10 South Carolina for the FBS’s fourth-highest total.

Luck will return to the scene of his most prolific passing game, a 423-yard effort two years ago in a 43-38 loss. He completed 23 of 32 passes for 299 yards and two touchdowns in last season’s 42-17 home win over the Wildcats.

Foles, meanwhile, has a 68.7 completion percentage and 663 passing yards in those matchups for Arizona.

That’s why the running game is even more essential in this matchup, and Stanford has a decided edge.

“The bottom line is, they had 11 on the field and we can only block 10,” Shaw said. “So someone’s got to be unblocked. We’re trying to challenge the running backs. You’ve got to make somebody miss or break the tackle.”

The Cardinal rank second in the nation in rushing defense, allowing 28.5 yards per game.

Luck needs two touchdown passes to move past Jim Plunkett’s 52 for third place on the school’s all-time list behind John Elway and Steve Stenstrom

TOES PICK:   STANFORD 35 ARIZONA 28

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)

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

WEEK 3 PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS PICKS PREVIOUS WEEKS RESULTS
1. Miss St. (+3.5) vs LSU 1. Arizona (+13.5) @ Okla St. 1. (L) Arizona 37-14
2. Illinois (-1) vs Arizona St. 2. Alabama (-10) @ Penn St. 2. (W) Alabama 27-11
3. Florida (-9.5) vs Tennessee 3. South Carolina (-3) @ Georgia 3. (Push) South Carolina 45-42
4. UNLV (+17.5) vs  Hawaii 4. Oregon (-26.5) vs Nevada 4. (W) Oregon 69-20
5. Arizona (+9) vs Stanford 5. Purdue (-1) @ Rice 5. (L) Rice 24-22
6. Army (+5) vs Northwestern 6. Stanford (-21) @ Duke 6. (W) Stanford 44-14
7. Auburn (+3.5) @ Clemson 7. Tulsa (-12) @ Tulane 7. (W) Tulsa 31-3
8. Notre Dame (-5) vs Michigan St. 8. TCU (-1) @ Air Force 8. (W) TCU 35-19
9. Utah (+5) vs BYU 9. listed south carolina twice accident 9. (Push) South Carolina 45-42
10. Ohio (-3) vs Marshall 10. UNLV (+14) @ Washington St. 10. (L) Washington St. 59-7
11. Ohio St. (+3) vs Miami FL. 11. Ball St. (+20.5) @ South Florida 11. South Florida 37-7
12. Iowa (-4) vs Pitt 12. Kansas (+4.5) vs N. Illinois 12. (W) Kansas 45-42
13. Penn St. (-7) vs Temple 13. Notre Dame (-3) @ Michigan 13. (L) Michigan
14. Ball St. (-4.5) vs Buffalo 14. N.C. State (-1.5) @ Wake Forest 14. (L) Wake Forest 34-27
15. Houston (-6.5) @ Louisianna Tech 15. Georgia Tech (-11) @ M. Tenn St. 15 (W) Georgia Tech 49-21
SEASON STATS ———> A-T-S RECORD 18-10-2 WEEK 3 A-T-S (8-5-2)

NFL GAME OF THE WEEK
ATLANTA FALCONS vs PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
SUNDAY SEPT. 18th 2011 7pm Georgia Dome TV:NBC

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Eagles QB Michael Vick, CB Nnamdi Asomugha, Falcons QB Matt Ryan, WR Julio Jones

NFL PICKS no particular order

WEEK 2 PICKS WEEK 1 PICKS WEEK 1 RESULTS
 1. Chicago (+6.5) @ New Orleans 1. New Orleans (+4.5) vs Green Bay 1. (L) Green Bay
 2. Jacksonvillle (+9) @ NY Jets 2. Baltimore (-2) vs Pittsburgh 2. (W) Baltimore 35-7
 3. Buffalo (-3) vs Oakland 3. Oakland (+3) @ Denver 3. (W) Oakland 23-20
 4. Arizona (+4) vs Washington 4. San Diego (-8.5) vs Minnesota 4. (L) San Diego 24-17 (-7) no cover
 5. Seattle (+14) @ Pittsburgh 5. NY Jets (-5) vs Dallas 5. (L) NY Jets 27-24 (-3) no cover
 6. Carolina (+10) vs Green Bay 6. NY Giants (-3) @ Washington 6. (L) Wasthington 28-14 straight loss
7. Tampa Bay (+3) @ Minnesota 7. Indianapolis (+9) vs Houston 7. (L) Houston 34-7 (-27)no cover
8. Dallas (-3) @ San Francisco 8. Seattle (+5.5) @ San Fran 8. (L) San Fran 33-17 (-16) no cover
 9. Houston (-3) @ Miami 9. Arizona (-7) vs Carolina 9. (PUSH) Arizona 28-21 TIE
 10. San Diego (+6.5) @ New England 10. Buffalo (+6) @ Kansas City 10. (W) Buffalo 41-7
 11. Cincinnati (+3.5) @ Denver 11. Atlanta (-3) @ Chicago 11. (L) Chicago 30-12 (-18) no cover
 12. Atlanta (+2.5) vs Philadelphia 12. Tampa Bay (-1.5) vs Detroit 12. (L) Detroit 27-20 straight loss
 13. NY Giants (-6) vs St. Louis 13. St. Louis (+5) vs Philadelphia 13. (L) Philly 31-13 (-18) no cover
 14. Indianapolis (+2.5) vs Cleveland 14. Cincinnati (+6.5) @ Cleveland 14. (W) Cincinnati 27-17 straight win
 15. Kansas City (+8) @ Detroit 15. New England (-7) @ Miami 15. (W) New England 38-24 (-14)cover

August 30, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 1 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

Filed under: Sports,Uncategorized — toes2734 @ 2:21 AM

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 1 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS
Thursday Matt Davis Klein Forest QB and Texas A&M Commit made his return from a torn ACL, and looked just as good as ever against a Cinco Ranch Team that looked really bad their lineman looked really out of shape, and obese way too fat. I know lineman are supposed to look that way but some of them looked like they cant get out of bed much less run over 50 yards but gosh Katy is gonna beat them by 50 points this year. Here watch Matt Davis run over that guy at the 3:45 mark in the video below lol


Katy once again opened up with state ranked and nationally ranked North Shore and Katy dominated them from start to finish. They looking like the favorites for the state championship out of the Houston area

They had the battle of the lakes in Austin and Lake Travis once again owned Westlake, and just like last year did it with their backup quarterback after the starter had been injured, Colin Lagasse was injured early then backup Junior Blake Mayfield came in and Led Lake Travis to a 35-7 victory here are the highlights of that one

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 0: (10-5)
SEASON: (10-5)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)

WEEK 1: (0-0)
SEASON: (0-0)

NFL (against the point spread)

WEEK 1: (0-0)
SEASON: (0-0)

BETTING REVIEW:

This is where I will post my past weeks bets and see what I hit and missed on and how much I won or lost

WEEK 1: (+/- 0)
SEASON: (+/- 0)

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK     (regardless of level College, NFL, High School)
OREGON DUCKS (-4)vs LSU TIGERS (+4)
SATURDAY SEPT. 3rd COWBOYS STADIUM (Arlington, Texas)
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QB Jarrett Lee (Brenham H.S), WR Ruben Randle,          Oregon QB Darron Thomas (Aldine H.S) RB LaMichael James

HYPE VIDEO FOR THE GAME

As far as this game betting wise goes I was going Oregon all the way, I like Oregon to win this game outright and figuring LSU and the SEC stereotype of being the supreme conference would inflate the line a lil bit, and the oddsmakers would make LSU a slight favorite. Recent events have erased any kinda line inflation towards LSU. The Quaterback Jordan Jefferson and his suspension for a fight in a bar, Russell Sheppard LSU’s number one playmaker is suspended as well for something off the field. So now I dont really feel that there is any real value in taking Oregon (my national championship pick) Now Oregon is only a slight favorite, but when your giving me a team I think will win anyways and then on top of that give me some points to add on top of it, I would of like to bet Oregon big. But thats not the case now. with Oregon being favored by 4 points So I will probably stay away from this one. But I would Go Oregon if someone forced me to.

HOUSTON CONNECTIONS
Oregon:
QB Darron Thomas Aldine H.S.
WR Josh Huff Nimitz H.S.
QB Brennan Doty Port Neches Groves H.S.
Other Texas Players: LaMichael James RB Texarkana H.S. Anthony Wallace Dallas Skyline H.S., WR Blake Cantu Southlake Carroll H.S.

LSU:
QB Jarrett Lee QB Brenham H.S.
S Craig Loston Eisenhower H.S.
LB Luke Muncie Klein Oak H.S.
DT Michael Brockers Chavez H.S.
LB Trevon Randle Clear Springs H.S.,
WR/RB/QB Russel Sheppard Cy Ridge (suspended)

TOES PICK
OREGON: 31
LSU: 21

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK
THE WOODLANDS HIGHLANDERS vs HIGHTOWER HURRICANES
Friday Sept. 2nd 2011, 7pm Fort Bend ISD Hall Stadium
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# 5 Blake Webb, Cooper Woodyard QB/S, Hightower QB Bralon Addison (A&M Commit) RB Josh Wilhite (Wake Forest Commit)

LAST YEARS WOODLANDS HIGHTOWER INSTANT CLASSIC HIGHLIGHTS

Hightower is led by Texas A&M commit Bralon Addison who plays QB for Hightower but will play some other position at A&M. And RB Josh Wilhite who was injured last year and is back for this season. The Woodlands is still trying to find a quarterback between seniors Lance Miles a Kansas State commit for baseball who struggled last week throwing 3 picks against a weak opponent in Monterrey Tech out of Mexico. The other candidate is Cooper Woodyard who played well last week, both will play. They are also trying to fill in for Daniel Lasco who at California now. Randy Cooper looks to be the majority ball carrier but the will struggle to fill Lasco’s shoes and production The Woodlands struggled a lil bit on defense last week giving up some plays through the air. Hightower lost to a athletic Eisenhower team. With Hightower offense and their stability of returning playmakers I will give them a slight edge this year but Woodlands could easily win this one but expect a shootout either way just like last year

TOES’ PICK:
FORT BEND HIGHTOWER: 41
THE WOODLANDS: 35

TOMBALL COUGARS vs JERSEY VILLAGE FALCONS
Friday Sept. 2nd 2011 7pm Pridgeon Stadium (cypress)

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Tomball DT AJ Mathews, LB Kyle Harden              Jersey Village RB Victor Brown (junior)

This is the opening game for Jersey Village so you know they will be up for this game. Tomball is coming off a very embarassing showing against Katy Morton Ranch. Tomball had problems all over the field in their opener. Dropped passes was the main one. QB Dvorak attempted 50 passes completed 30 of them for 60% fixing the drops could have pushed that to around 75% but the drops killed them coming at the most inopportune times,stalling drives and taking away game tying touchdowns. The line stuggled pass blocking up the middle. The running game was pretty much non existent running in between the tackles. .Fumbling the opening kickoff didnt help either(which turned into 6 points the other way). The run defense stuggled up the middle giving up some long TD runs. Just like last weeks opponent Morton Ranch, Jersey Village returns 14 starters off of last years teams. Last year Tomball defense forced 5 turnovers against Jersey Village in the 43-6 victory (I think that was the score). Dont count on 5 turnovers again and a much closer game this time

TOES PICK:
TOMBALL: 24
JERSEY VILLAGE: 21

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

1. Aledo over Lake Travis (accidently posted this one early its not till next week) so replace this one with Cedar Hill over Denton Guyer
2. Hightower over The Woodlands
3. Tomball over Jersey Village
4. Klein Oak over Cy Creek
5. Langham Creek over Stratford
6. Memorial over Westfield
7. Magnolia West over Kingwood Park
8. Cy Falls over Morton Ranch
9. Cy Ridge over Cinco Ranch
10. A&M Cons. over Cy Woods
11. Klein over Katy Taylor
12. Willis over Navasota
13. Tyler Lee over Lufkin
14. Pearland Dawson over Oak Ridge
15. Friendswood over West Orange Stark

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK
#19 GEORGIA BULLDOGS (+3.5) vs #5 BOISE STATE BRONCOS (-3.5)
Saturday September 3rd 7pm Atlanta Georgia Dome

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Georgia Freshman RB Isiah Crowell, QB Aaron Murray,           Boise St. QB Kellen Moore, Safety George Iloka (Fort Bend Kempner H.S.)

Now this game you average SEC team and and the BCS buster hopeful Boise State and when they play these games against BCS conference foes they always seem to have their A game. But going against a decent SEC team I dont think they are gonna beat this one. Georgia has a good defense and their RB true freshman Isiah Crowell I think will be this years Marcus Lattimore. Georgia is a 3.5 point underdog right now, Im guessin that will shrink by game time but if it stays 3 or above I really like Georgia in this one. I just hope Boise State loses so we dont have to hear the “do they belong” talk all year. But the Mountain West Conference will be a good move for them this year but Its kinda repetitive year after year about having to hear about them. As I always say if an SEC team is getting points take them! So I like Georgia (+3.5) in this one.

HOUSTON CONNECTIONS
Boise State:
RB DJ Harper Cy Creek
S George Iloka Kempner
OG Brenal Myers Westfield,
LB Dextrell Simmons Westfield,
LS Chris Roberson Katy H.S.
DE Sam Ukwuachu DE Pearland H.S.

TOES PICK
BOISE STATE: 17
GEORGIA: 21

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)
TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)
1. UNLV (+35.5) @ Wisconsin THURS.
2. South Florida (+10) @ Notre Dame
3. Georgia (+3.5) vs Boise State (neutral site)
4. UCLA (+3) @ Houston
5. Michigan (-13) vs Western Michigan
6. Mississippi St. (-29) @ Memphis
7. Baylor (+5) vs TCU  (also like the O/U take the under 55 total points)
8. Louisiana Tech (+12.5) @ Southern Miss
9. Hawaii (-7) vs Colorado
10. Auburn (-22) vs Utah St.
11. Oregon (-4) vs LSU (neutral site)
12. Illinois (-21) vs Arkansas St.
13. Ball St (+6) vs Indiana (neutral site)
14. Wake Forest (+7) vs Syracuse
15. Northwestern (+3) @ Boston College

NFL PICKS

START NEXT WEEK!!!!

August 22, 2011

TOES’ 2011 WEEK 0 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

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TOES’ 2011 WEEK 0 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

  • season is just starting so nothing to say but in coming weeks this is where I’ll be posting videos of some must see stuff from the past weekend of football like this beauty from the Broncos vs Bills preseason game this past weekend, I still dont see the penalty here But check it out

  • I wish Houston had more fans like this!! I could go on and on about Houstons fans and how dull they are but anyways, Here are some preseason fights from a couple of NFL Games I love watching these!! The 1st is the Raiders 49ers fans

    Here is the Ravens fans and Chiefs fans getting into it

    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 PICK TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 0: 0 (0-0)
SEASON: (0-0)

COLLEGE (against the point spread)

WEEK 1: (0-0)
SEASON: (0-0)

NFL (against the point spread)

WEEK 1: (0-0)
SEASON: (0-0)

BETTING REVIEW:

This is where I will post my past weeks bets and see what I hit and missed on and how much I won or lost

WEEK 1: (+/- 0)
SEASON: (+/- 0)

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

KATY TIGERS vs NORTH SHORE MUSTANGS
Friday Aug 26th 7pm Rhodes Stadium (Katy)

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Katy RB Adam Taylor, QB Brooks Haack, North Shore LB Zach Whitley 45 (soph 6’3-215)

Highlights from last years Katy Victory over North Shore

Katy and North Shore despite being on the opposite sides of Houston have quite the rivalry brewing after recent close match ups in the regular season and playoffs the last few years. Katy has the skill positions coming back from last years team, While North Shore returns mostly the lineman and big boys on D. North Shore always seem to shoot itself in the foot when it comes to games with Katy. Katy as always plays smart turnover free ball control offense. North Shore will be young this year as the soph and junior have lots of players that will see time in this game, and with this game being in Katy and the early season matchup with North Shores youth, I think Katy is the slight fav in this one

TOES PICK
KATY: 21
NORTH SHORE: 17

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK
LAKE TRAVIS CAVALIERS vs AUSTIN WESTLAKE CHAPPARALS
7pm Saturday University of Texas Daryl K Royal Stadium

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Lake Travis WR Griffin Gilbert aka Garrett’s lil Bro(TCU commit) QB Colin Lagasse (SMU Commit), Austin Westlake DL Brayven Hager, RB Brice Dolezal

Here are some Highlights from Last Years Match up, a come from behind victory for Lake Travis

Last years game in UT’s stadium had over 30,000 people in attendance, as Lake Travis fell behind early to stage a 2nd half comeback and pull out a victory to start their 4th straight state championship season. This year they are going for 5 in a row. I think this year they dont have a true Quarterback, Colin Lagasse who played defense his soph year and just about everywhere offense and defense his junior year, will be the full time QB this year. He stepped in a lil bit last year when Michael Brewer (texas tech) was injured. Junior WR Dannon Cavil has transferred to San Antonio Madison. Some youngsters will have to step up in the 2nd and 3rd reciever spots. Griffin Gilbert will be the #1 who is 6-5 and commited to TCU. The defense is expected to be a strength for Lake Travis with 7 starters back. Austin Westlake has some shifts on offense that might be a concern early in the season till everyone get settled, Last Years QB Lewis Guilbeau is moving to WR, Blake Box will be in postion to take the job but if he struggles early. Guilbeau could return to QB. But I like Lake Travis in this one

TOES PICK:
LAKE TRAVIS: 34
AUSTIN WESTLAKE: 17

TOMBALL COUGARS vs KATY MORTON RANCH MAVERICKS
Aug. 26th 7pm Tomball High School

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Tomball QB Justin Dvorak                                            Morton Ranch DE Danielle Hunter (LSU Commit)

Last years game was a blowout by Tomball, Morton Ranch, returns nearly everyone off of last years squad while Tomball lost most of theirs. Morton Ranch will be improved with their star player being DE Danielle Hunter a LSU Commit who really didnt have the numbers you would expect of a SEC commit, but when your playing on a team the struggled as they did last year you can afford to double and triple team him most the game. If Tomball can beat them with the same kind of results as last year. It should be a good omen for the upcoming year but I expect this one to be a lot closer.

TOES PICK:
TOMBALL: 24
MORTON RANCH: 14

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS
1. Cinco Ranch over Klein Forest (thurs 7pm) TV GAME: foxsportshouston.com webcast
2. Pearland over Madison (thurs 7pm) TV GAME: KUBE ch: 57 Comcast Ch 57 Direct TV:?
3. Katy over North Shore
4. Clear Springs over Pearland Dawson
5. Tomball over Morton Ranch
6. Denton Ryan over Sulphur Springs TV GAME: ESPN (SAT. 7pm)
7. Klein Collins over FB Travis
8. FB Hightower over Aldine Eisenhower
9. Dekaney over FB Marshall
10. Oak Ridge over Magnolia West
11. Cy Fair over Katy Taylor
12. Klein over Aldine
13. Lake Travis over Austin Westlake
14. Memorial over Stratford
15. Conroe over Spring

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK

college starts next week!!!!!

COLLEGE PICKS (against the spread)
For you rookies out there Vegas sets a point spread on college games for betting purposes, for those that dont know about spreads and lines, heres a brief explanation,
Example: Alabama (-30) vs Kansas (+30) Which Team you bet on you add or subtract that number from the actual final score of the team you bet on
Say the Final is Alabama 48 Kanas 20
You bet Alabama (-30) = Alabama 48-30=18, Kanas 20= YOU LOSE
You bet Kansas (+30)= Alabama 48, Kansas 20+30=50, Kansas 50, Alabama 48, YOU WIN

TOES’ TOP 15 BETS (not in any kind of order)
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August 10, 2011

TOES’ 2011 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SEASON PREDICTIONS

TOES’ 2011 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

13-5A

THE TOP PLAYERS
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Matt Davis Klein Forest QB (A&M Commit) Trey Williams Dekaney RB (A&M Commit) Nicky Baratti Klein Oak QB (Notre Dame Commit), Tyler Stehling QB Klein Collins (Rice Commit), Anthony Smith Westfield DT(Texas Tech Commit)

TOMBALL:

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Jameson Johnson WR, Justin Dvorak QB, A.J. Mathews DT, Connor Patterson OT (Rice Commit), Kyle Harden LB

Last Years squad had an excellent season 3 rounds in the playoffs surprising everybody including myself. I knew they would be better than what all the magazines and websites had them picked, but not like that. But on to this year they lost a lot off of last years team only 3 starters back on each side of the ball the least amount of returning letterman in the district. But on the positive if there is one person you could pick to be back from a team that went 3 rounds in the playoffs it would be the quarterback. Tomball’s quarterback is back #10 Justin Dvorak played about as well as I seen a Tomball quarterback ever play. Now what’s around him is gonna be different they are losing some size at all positions, They new WR’s are gonna be much smaller. They one receiver they do have coming back #9 Jameson Johnson best route runner of the group the guy opposite of him Jackson I think is a better downfield threat good hands didn’t see him drop to many balls in spring and 7on7, Just doesn’t have the size WR’s had last year. Offensive line one guy coming back is Tackle Connor Patterson. (Rice Commit).

On Defense coming back Middle Linebacker #55 Kyle Harden and DT A.J. Mathews some new people will be filling in around them in the front 7. The secondary kinda worries me the corners to be specific. Last year Malcolm Scott moving in really made that defense he’s gone off to UTSA. #20 Terrence Johnson should fill in his spot. He was hurt most of the year last year so it remains to be seen what he can do. Malcolm Scott’ lil bro Dmitri Scott could play one the other corner spots. But he also figures to be one of the main ball carriers at running back. If the sophomore Xavier Powell can show he can carry the load at running back. I think Dmitri will see a lot of action at corner just to have a good athlete back there. But the other spots are questionable and unproven if you ask me. Early on will be a good measuring stick last year

Last years JV Teams had winning records, and The varsity scrimmaged Cy Fair and they pretty much stalemated each other and the 3 non-district games Tomball blew out Morton Ranch, Mayde Creek and played Jersey Village well. All four of those teams are coming back the same. Cy Fair was a team that went a couple of rounds has 6 Offensive and 8 defensive starters back, Morton Ranch, 8 and 6 coming back Mayde Creek, 9 and 6 coming back and 6 and 8 coming back. If Tomball can repeat the results they did last year in those 4 games. Things should look pretty good come district. But if they struggle lose a couple things could get a little hairy come district.

2011 13-5A PREDICTION 2010 PREDICTION 2010 FINAL STANDINGS
1. DEKANEY 1. KLEIN COLLINS 1. KLEIN COLLINS
2. KLEIN COLLINS 2. DEKANEY 2. KLEIN OAK
3. KLEIN OAK 3. WESTFIELD 3. TOMBALL
4. KLEIN FOREST 4. KLEIN OAK 4. KLEIN
5. TOMBALL 5. KLEIN FOREST 5. WESTFIELD
6. WESTFIELD 6. TOMBALL 6. DEKANEY
7. KLEIN 7. KLEIN 7. KLEIN FOREST
8. SPRING 8. SPRING 8. SPRING

MY REASONING/OBSERVATIONS: This is district has the most top flight talent in Houston and arguably the state. 13-5A is one of the toughest you could take 7 of 8 teams from this district and they would sweep 14-5A’s four playoff teams (which they did last year) But anyways just like last year I seem to be a lil bit high Dekaney bandwagon, But last year I think I was spot on their loses were extremely close. They lost to Klein Collins by a point. I think they have what it takes to beat Klein Collins, Now for Klein Collins to go back over Dekaney in the standings Dekaney would need to lose 2 games to district teams and I don’t see that happening. But 7 teams could easily be in the Final Four. Tomball and Klein Forest all everything Quarterback Matt Davis and the end of the season could be for that final playoff spot

17-4A TOP PLAYERS:

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Tim Cole LB Brenham (UT Commit), Malcolm Brown DT (UT Commit), Desmond Richards RB Magnolia West, Jeremiah Briscoe QB Stratford, Devin Gasaway WR Montgomery

2011 17-4A PREDICTION 2010 PREDICTION 2010 FINAL STANDINGS
1. BRENHAM 1st year to pick district  
2. STRATFORD    
3. MONTGOMERY    
4. MAGNOLIA WEST    
5. WALLER    
6. MAGNOLIA    
7. SPRING WOODS    
8. NORTHBROOK    

MY REASONING/OBESRVATIONS 17-4A: I don’t really care for 4A football this area especially, But my guess it that this will be the District Tomball will be in next year. My guess is that Spring Woods and Northbrook will get moved and Tomball and Tomball Memorial will be put. But Brenham is by far the best team in this district and will finish 10-0 like they did last year before suffering probably one of the biggest upsets I can remember in high school football against Kingwood Park. The top three teams Stratford has Jeremiah Briscoe QB who is a D-1 quarterback (uncommitted yet) Pac-10 bound would be my guess who transferred from 2nd Baptist private school. And Montgomery has 8 starters back from a team that went 4 rounds last year. I believe Magnolia West should be 4th with should be Tomball running back Desmond Richards who transferred there last year. Who ever wins that Waller vs Magnolia West game gets that final playoff spot.

14-5A

THE TOP PLAYERS

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Michael Handy QB/ATH Oak Ridge, Blake Webb WR The Woodlands, Tomme Mark DT Lufkin, JaBryce Taylor WR Lufkin, Tony Winslow DE Kingwood

2011 14-5A PREDICTION 2010 PREDICTION 2010 FINAL STANDINGS
1. THE WOODLANDS 1. THE WOODLANDS 1. THE WOODLANDS
2. LUFKIN 2. LUFKIN 2. LUFKIN
3. OAK RIDGE 3. ATASCOSITA 3. OAK RIDGE
4. ATASCOSITA 4. KINGWOOD 4. KINGWOOD
5. COLLEGE PARK 5. COLLEGE PARK 5. COLLEGE PARK
6. KINGWOOD 6. OAK RIDGE 6. ATASCOSITA
7. CONROE 7. CONROE 7. CONROE

MY REASONING-OBSERVATIONS 14-5A:

This district is pretty top heavy after The Woodlands and Lufkin the drop off is pretty noticeable. And those two have some big question marks. Woodlands has to replace 4 year starter Daniel Lasco who grad and is playing at Cal. The replacements I seen during the spring didn’t look too imposing. But they have everything else. The quarterback position is still open Lance Miles and Cooper Woodyard will split time early on the when district settles, go with one, but whoever they go with, the other will be on the field somewhere their both too talented to have on the sideline, but Cooper has more options with RB, and Safety. Lufkin has their 1st white quarterback since I can remember and he needs some work. I asked someone if they could remember when the last white quarterback Lufkin was and they couldn’t 2000 is as far back as I could remember. Oak Ridge has Michael Handy moved to Quarterback, he has been playing a key role on Oak Ridge since his Freshman year, But this will be his 1st at Quarterback. All the other teams in the are rather bunched up and rather bland no real superstar, There are some college players but no real stars this year

17-5A

THE TOP PLAYERS

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Sean Irwin TE, Cy Fair, Connor Fiest Langham Creek QB(Jr), Keith Ford RB Cy Ranch (Jr), DeAndre Liggins WR/DB Cy Ranch (Air Force Commit), Devan Demas RB Cy Creek (Boise St. Commit)

2011 17-5A PREDICTION 2010 PREDICTION 2010 FINAL STANDINGS
1. CY-FALLS 1. CY-CREEK 1. (t) CY-WOODS
2. LANGHAM CREEK 2. CY-WOODS 1. (t) CY-FAIR
3. CY-WOODS 3. CY-FALLS 1. (t) CY-CREEK
4. CY-FAIR 4. CY-LAKES 4. CY-FALLS
5. CY-RIDGE 5. JERSEY VILLAGE 5. CY RIDGE
6. CY CREEK 6. LANGHAM CREEK 6. LANGHAM CREEK
7. CY-RANCH 7. CY-SPRINGS 7. CY-RANCH
8. JERSEY VILLAGE 8. CY-RANCH 8. CY-SPRINGS
9. CY-LAKES 9. CY-FAIR 9. JERSEY VILLAGE
10. CY-SPRINGS 10. CY-RANCH 10. CY-LAKES

17-5A TOES THOUGHTS OBSERVATIONS. In my opinion the most jumbled wide open district in the state. I think you could make a case for 7 out of the 10 teams to not only make the playoffs but win the whole district. Cy Fair seems to be the most logical choice. The best defense in the district with 8 starters back. But something just rubs me the wrong way about them. I think their a borderline playoff team. Langham Creek also has 8 starters back on D and 8 on Offense. Langham Creek has Connor Fiest a Junior who will be the top QB’s in Texas next year, and pretty much get his choice on where he goes. I read Cy Ridge is also getting Jeff Nebors a QB transfer from Canyon Lake 3A watched some youtube of him he is tall athletic QB who can move. Also supposedly a big kid from Detroit transferred to Cy Ridge I forget his name but around 6-6 300lbs, who already has D-1 offers but those two could push Ridge into that final playoff spot. But I will go with Cy Falls to win this district because I really like their offense with Gee Gladney who they play all over the field at multiple positions, Whoever gets the D2 playoff spots is a good bet to go 4 rounds I think its really weak and doesn’t have a top flight team in the whole region. As long as Katy goes D1 which is looking pretty probable unless Katy Seven Lakes can get in and Push Katy down to D-2

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP PREDICTIONS

It is tough picking these cause you have to guesstimate who is gonna be Division 1 and Division 2 based on the playoff teams enrollment numbers. Katy is the real guess here as I feel its 60-40 on whether they are D1 or D2, I kinda hope they go D2 cause the whole region is weak in my opinion, But if they go D1 we probably get a rematch with Pearland in the 4th round from last years classic.

5A D1 Allen over Katy

2010 pick:Euless Trinity (lost title game) vs Round Rock Stony Point (lost 2nd round Klein Oak)

5A D2 Southlake Carroll over SA Reagan (if Katy is D2 they beat Southlake in the title game)

2010 PICK: Abilene (L:3rd Rd. Southlake Carroll) over Katy (lost 4th rd D1 to Pearland)

4A D1 Lake Travis (going for 5 in a row need to find a QB) over Denton Ryan

2010 Pick: Lake Travis (correct! Won it) over Stephenville (lost final 8 D2 to Aledo)

4A D2 Aledo over Brenham

2010 Pick: Brenham (lost 1st rd Kingwood Park) over Aledo (Won 4A D2 title)

CHECK OUT SOME JONATHAN GRAY (UT commit) HIGHLIGHTS

3A D1 Tyler Chapel Hill over Celina

2010 Pick: Lucas Lovejoy (L: 3rd rnd to Henderson) vs Sealy (L: 1st rd to Navasota)

3A D2 Wimberly over Argyle

2010 Pick: Brownwood(L: 4th Rd to Carthage) over West Orange Stark (L: 2nd rd to Brookshire Royal)

2A D1 Godley over George West

2010 Pick: Dangerfield (correct! Won title) over Blanco (L: 1st round Van Idustrial)

2A D2 Schulenberg over Gunter

2010 Pick: West Rusk(L: 4th rd to Lexington) over Corrigan Camden (L: 3rd Rd to Lexington)

1A D1 Canadian over Mason

2010 Pick: Goldwaite (lost title game) over Canadian (L: Final 4 to Mart)

1A D2 Tenaha over Windthorst

2010 Pick: Falls City (correct won it) over Munday (L: 4th rd Windthorst)

6MAN D1 Ira High School

2010 Pick: Throckmorton (lost title game)

6MAN D2 Richland Springs

2010 Pick: Richland Springs (correct won it!!

2011 NFL PREDICTIONS

NOW THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS THE NFL OFF SEASEASON IS PLAYERS ARE MOVING LEFT AND RIGHT AND AFTER A WEEK INTO THE FREE AGENCY PERIOD HERE ARE HOW I SEE THINGS SO FAR… THIS WILL BE CHANGED UP UNTIL AUG. 27th

NFC EAST

1. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES- If this team goes to Super Bowl its because of Vince Young not Vick
2. DALLAS COWBOYS- too many cuts and not enough playmakers on offense
3. NY GIANTS-I think this is the year they fire Coughlin
4. WASHINGTON REDSKINS-who is their QB??????

NFC CENTRAL

1. GREEN BAY PACKERS- Defending Champs with a lot of injured starters returning from last year
2. DETROIT LIONS-If Matthew Stafford stays healthy they are playoff bound
3. MINNESOTA VIKINGS- McNabb nor Ponder is the answer at QB, and lost Rice at WR
4. CHICAGO BEARS- Jay Cutler is the next Romo with his off the field soap opera stuff

NFC WEST

1. ST. LOUIS RAMS- Bradford the Offensive ROY wins the worst division in football
2. ARIZONA CARDINALS- don’t think they made the right off season moves (Kolb Specifically)
3. SAN FRANCISCO 49ers- Think Harbaugh would tank games to get his college QB (Andrew Luck)
4. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS- who is gonna be their QB doesn’t matter they had their year last year

NFC SOUTH

1. ATLANTA FALCONS- Best offense in the NFL, some nice offseason pickups on defense
2. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS- Freeman and a solid foundation for the next 5-6 years
3. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS–Their defense wont stop ATL and TB, & Brees cant keep scoring 40 ppg
4. CAROLINA PANTHERS-Cam Newton dunno if he the answer but play him early

AFC EAST

1. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS-solid offseason, solid draft, I just feel its Rivers year not Brady s
2. NY JETS- Offense has to score more. Don’t like Sanchez but the defense will be ready
3. BUFFALO BILLS- I like Fitzpatrick at QB, he just needs help
4. MIAMI DOLPHINS-with the 1
st pick in the 2012 Draft the Miami Dolphins select……

AFC WEST

1. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS- Sproles loss might hurt, But I think this is their year
2. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS- Jamal Charles looks good Eric Berry on D, don’t like Cassel at QB
3. OAKLAND RAIDERS- Hate their QB Campbell they too could be in the running for top pick
4. DENVER BRONCOS- Tebow plays, Its between them and Dolphins for Andrew Luck lottery

AFC NORTH
1. BALTIMORE RAVENS- The offense will have to find new playmakers, But the D carries them
2. PITTSBURGH STEELERS- their defense is getting old
3. CINCINNATI BENGALS-Looks like they are in rebuilding mode, with no Carson
4. CLEVELAND BROWNS-Another team with QB problems, McCoy ain’t the ne

AFC SOUTH

1. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS-until peyton retires the colts are the pick/free agents on D are huge pickup
2. HOUSTON TEXANS- I believe they make the playoffs this year, if not Kubiak is gone
3. TENNESSEE TITANS- Play Locker week 1, if he sucks get 1
st pick (Luck) win win if you ask me
4. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS- Gabbert is gonna be good if they play him early

2011 NFL POST SEASON PREDICTIONS

2011 MVP: Matt Ryan QB Atlanta Falcons

2010 Pick: Chris Johnson RB Titans (winner: Tom Brady)

2011 Defensive Player of the Year: Eric Berry S Chiefs

2010 Pick: Patrick Willis LB 49ers (winner: Troy Polamalu)

2011 Comeback Player of the Year: Vince Young QB Eagles

2010 Pick: Brian Urlacher LB Bears (winner: Michael Vick)

2011 Offensive Rookie of the Year: Julio Jones WR Falcons

2010 Pick: Dez Bryant WR Cowboys (winner: Sam Bradford QB Rams)

2011 Defensive Rookie of the Year: Patrick Peterson CB Cardinals

2010 Pick: Eric Berry S Chiefs (winner: Ndamukong Suh DT Lions)

AFC PLAYOFF TEAMS NFC PLAYOFF TEAMS
1. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS 1. ATLANTA FALCONS
2. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 2. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
3. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 3. ST. LOUIS RAMS
4. BALTIMORE RAVENS 4. GREEN BAY PACKERS
5. NY JETS (wild card) 5. DETROIT LIONS
6. HOUSTON TEXANS (wild card) 6. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

 

SUPER BOWL PICK

ATLANTA FALCONS over SAN DIEGO CHARGERS

Thoughts/Reasoning. You know everybody and their mama is gonna pick the Eagles and the Patriots, and you know Super Bowls never seem to work out that way. Matt Ryan is gonna have a field day this year Julio Jones and Roddy White,Tony Gonzales, Jaquizz Rodgers a rookie be getting some carries, a solid defense. I like them to win the NFC, AFC I like the chargers Phillip Rivers they lost Darren Sproles which will hurt the depth, and special teams If Ryan Matthews stays healthy I think they can run with anybody.

2011 NCAA COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

BIG 12

1. OKLAHOMA-They got it all pretty much everything you need to have on a national championship team. I expect them to be conference champs but No national championship cause I feel they gonna lose their last game @ Oklahoma St. in the Bedlam game. And I don’t see the voters putting any team that loses their last game in the National Title game.

2. TEXAS- Everybody loves to bag on Garrett Gilbert (watch the video below) But the people who I hear it the most from is people who A.) go to UT and know nothing bout football, B.) people who don’t even watch UT’s Football games and C.) People who would hate on UT no matter who their quarterback is. Everybody seems to want Case McCoy (Colt’s lil bro)to get a chance. But that isn’t gonna happen. If there is a change its gonna be True Freshman David Ash (Belton H.S.)Then with two different coordinators that would be a step back, But nearly every team in tin the top half of he big 12 has either a new offensive coordinator or defensive coordinator. The main problem last year they had was the offensive line. But they have their pick of the litter the past couple of years and those guys are gonna be sophomores and with true freshman Malcolm Brown running the ball its gonna be a good year for them. The receivers they graduated or for whatever reason not on the team any more Malcolm Williams (quit “family”) James Kirkendoll (grad) Marquise Goodwin (track) last year dropped way too many balls. The sophomores and freshman receivers this year wont be dropping many Jaxon Shipley (jordan’s lil bro) is gonna be a star. The front 7 on D will be as good as any front 7 in the country. They gonna be young in the secondary but there are some freshman that will step up.

WATCH THIS VIDEO (it tries to degrade Gilbert, but every INT in the video bounces or hit a receiver in the hands, and every sack is an unblocked blitzer, 1 sack in this video was Gilbert’s fault.

3. OKLAHOMA STATE With the players the have been coming down to Houston and plucking players things should looking up this year I still say they are gonna beat OU in that last game at home. Justin Blackmon will probably be a top 10 pick in next years draft check him out. But I really think the loss of Dana Holgerson hurts they brought in someone that is going to run the same offense, but they don’t have much experience with the system

4. TEXAS A&M This is gonna have to be the year for Texas A&M, If they don’t finish in the top 10 and finish with a major bowl, I think Sherman is gone, and its gonna be kinda sad cause the true freshman this year and this years high school seniors that are already committed to A&M for next year are special. But here is what I think gonna happen to Texas A&M. A&M is gonna struggle right out the gate. The SMU game is close, people start rumbling. Then comes a loss to either Oklahoma State or Arkansas or both Ryan Tannehill who is a pretty good QB is gonna struggles in those games. Pressure is on then Ryan gets subbed for by true freshman Johnny Manziel who I think very highly of, hes scrappy he is a winner he gets the job done He should be playing some this year cause next year he is the man. But with the losses I expect them to have and the expectations from their fan base. Sherman will be gone and it could possibly ruin there recruiting class namely Matt Davis the Klein Forest QB, particularly if Manziel does as well as I think he will

5. BAYLOR Robert Griffin III will some pull off a couple of upsets this year

2011 PREDICTION 2010 PREDICTIONS 2010 FINAL STANDINGS
1. OKLAHOMA 1. OKLAHOMA 1. OKLAHOMA
2. TEXAS 2. TEXAS 2. OKLAHOMA ST.
3. OKLAHOMA ST. 3. TEXAS A&M 3. TEXAS A&M
4. TEXAS A&M 4. OKLAHOMA ST. 4. BAYLOR
5. BAYLOR 5. BAYLOR. 6. TEXAS TECH 5. TEXAS TECH 6. TEXAS
6. MISSOURI 1. NEBRASKA 1. NEBRASKA
7. TEXAS TECH 2. MISSOURI 2. MISSOURI
8. KANSAS ST. 3. COLORADO 3. KANSAS ST.
9. IOWA ST. 4. KANSAS 4. IOWA ST.
10. KANSAS 5. IOWA ST. 6. KANSAS ST. 5. COLORADO 6. KANSAS
NO TITLE GAME OU over Nebraska OU over Nebraska

SEC Championship

2011 PICK: South Carolina over Alabama

2010 PICK: Alabama over Florida ACTUAL RESULT: Auburn over South Carolina

I think this is the year for the OL’ Ball Coach Steve Spurrier, no matter who is at QB Stephen Garcia or Connor Bray. The play @ Georgia in Week 2. Georgia is gonna have to replace some playmakers they will probably be depending on a true freshman at running back and they have no depth at RB the youngsters they have may not be ready for this type of atmosphere so early. So I like South Carolina in that one then their next toughest game will be hosting Florida and the Ol Ball Coach will find a way to get them past his former team, and into the SEC title game. Where I predict they will play a stout Alabama team will be with a new QB, whoever gets the Job will be seasoned by the time this game rolls around but will do so leaning heavily on the run game.

CONFERENCE USA

2011 PICK: SMU over Southern Miss

2010 PICK: Houston over Southern Miss. ACTUAL RESULT: Central Florida over SMU

I like the former QB at Southlake Carroll Kyle Padron this year, even though Houston got Case Keenum back for a 6th year after getting injured. But I think SMU has it this year and June Jones the SMU coach will be on most the list to replace fired coaches at the end of the season.

MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

2011 PICK: Miami (OH) over Western Michigan

2010 PICK: Temple over Toledo ACTUAL RESULT: Miami (OH) over Northern Illinois

Later on in the year this Conference plays games on Tuesdays and Wednesdays Miami has got to figure out who their QB is they both played last year. Zac Dysert I think will play cause he more mobile but both of them can play

ACC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

2011 PICK: Florida State over Virginia Tech

2010 PICK: Florida State over Virginia Tech ACTUAL RESULT: Virginia Tech over Florida St.

Same ole song with this conference N.C. State has a NFL quarterback in Mike Glennon, FSU has a quarterback EJ Manuel who played well when Ponder was hurt. He could be doing vince young type stuff by years end. FSU has to much coming back to not pick them but NC State could be here. Virginia Tech replacing a not of NFL talent, but they are the pick not so much because of the players they have but because of the other team in their division. Miami not while Jacory Harris is their QB, North Carolina not with all that turmoil around that school. Georgia Tech not with that offense (Option) I hate it!!! Virginia nope and Duke should stick to basketball so Virginia Tech is the team by default.

Mountain West Conference (no championship game)

2011 PICK: Boise State

2010 PICK: TCU, ACTUAL RESULT: TCU

Boise State moves into this conference from the WAC, Their main worry is TCU who won the conference last year but is replacing a lot of players. Boise St. big challenge comes opening weekend going to Georgia, The whole season will be dependent on them winning that game. I hope they don’t cause then the rest of the year on ESPN and all those other channels we will have to hear the “do they belong” debate I’m not saying they do or they don’t I just hope they don’t cause I don’t want to hear about them all year.

BIG 10 Conference

2011 Pick: Nebraska over Penn State

2010 Pick: Iowa (no champ game) ACTUAL RESULT: Ohio St.

I don’t think anyone in the Big 10 can knock off Nebraska they do have tough road game @ Penn State and at Michigan and at Wisconsin. But If Taylor Martinez stays healthy I think the can run the table

PAC 12 conference

2011 PICK: Oregon over Arizona (USC will win the south, but cant play in title game, so Arizona will come from the south)

2010 Pick: Oregon (no champ game) ACTUAL RESULT: Oregon

Oregon is still stacked on offense will have to replace some defensive line pieces. Andrew Luck could pull an upset of Oregon when Oregon travels there but Stanford lost to many playmakers on offense and their head coach from last year is gone to the NFL. But for Andrew Luck to put up 40+ on anyone wouldn’t surprise me if they win a shootout. USC will be playing this game like its their National Championship game cause they are banned from post season play this year. But I feel Oregon could be playing for a spot in the National Championship game and will give the USC something they cant handle. The thing I don’t like that these two teams play each other in mid November and would have to turn around and play again 3 weeks later.

Big East Conference (no title game)

2011 PICK: West Virginia

2010 PICK: Pitt Panthers ACTUAL RESULT: Connecticut

I think Dana Holgerson who came over from Oklahoma St. is gonna do a great job over at West Virginia don’t like the way he got the job but he got it. He has all the pieces to work his offense with and he is already getting Texas kids to commit there Houston Kinkaid Ford Childress is a quarterback committed there and will be there in 2012.

HEISMAN TROPHY

2011 PICK: Trent Richardson RB Alabama

2010 PICK: Jaquizz Rodgers ACTUAL WINNER: Cam Newton

Trent has I believe 4 or all 5 of his lineman back In not sure, but anyways Alabama is gonna be breaking in a new Quarterback neither of which I’m too impressed with, but there is a reason their going to Alabama so you know both of them are good, But they are going to lean heavy on the run and Trent is a beast and will receive the majority of the carries no longer having to split carries with Mark Ingram

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

2011 PICK: OREGON over NEBRASKA

2010 PICK: Alabama Over Oregon ACTUAL RESULT: Auburn over Oregon

OK Might Be one of the dumbest things I’ve done by not putting a SEC team in the National Championship game. Oregon is the pick this year,That week one match-up with LSU is gonna be scary for them. Nebraska moving to the BIG 10 should make life a lil easier for them not having to deal with the speed and the athletes you got down here. Taylor Martinez is a fast agile QB and you seen what one of those can do to big 10 defenses with what Denard Robinson did at Michigan last year. Nebraska also has Plano H.S. Running back Rex Burkhead. Nebraska also has a stout D. I think they are “Taylor Made” to run through the Big 10 this year. Only Question is do you put in a Undefeated Nebraska or a one loss SEC team (My Pick: South Carolina, or a Alabama) then Boise State if they can win @ Georgia in Week 1 they are in the drivers seat to be undefeated as well it will come down to the voters

November 22, 2010

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

Filed under: Uncategorized — toes2734 @ 2:53 PM

WEEK 13 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

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

HIGHLIGHTS OF TOMBALL VS AUSTIN ANDERSON

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

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

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

SEASON TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

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

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

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

BETTING REVIEW

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

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

NFL
STAYED AWAY FROM NFL GAMES THIS WEEK

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

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

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Mark Ingram Alabama RB Cam Newton Auburn QB

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

TOES PICK
AUBURN: 21
ALABAMA: 27

HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK

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

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

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

TOES PICK:
KATY: 35
NORTH SHORE: 17

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

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TOMBALL’S OFFENSIVE LINE

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

Longview season preview video with the new QB

Highlights of Longview’s victory over defending State Champion Abilene

Longview’s victory over Tyler Lee

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

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

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

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

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Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas Russell Shepard LSU

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

TOES PICK
LSU: 14
ARKANSAS: 31

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

NFL GAME OF THE WEEK

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

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

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

November 1, 2010

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

Filed under: Sports,Uncategorized — toes2734 @ 11:37 PM

 
WEEK 10 NFL, COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS

PREVIOUS WEEKS REVIEW/RANDOM THOUGHTS

I know district rundown was on last weeks but its relative to this week as well

13-5A & 14-5A Playoff Match Up Possibilities (2 highest enrollment numbers are division 1, lowest 2 are Division 2)
DISTRICT 13-5A           enrollment #                          REMAINING GAME
1. Klein Collins              (3,266) D-1                               6-0      Spring
2. Klein                          (3,125) D-2                                 4-2      Klein Oak
3. Klein Oak                     (3,736) D-1                              4-2      Klein
4. Tomball                        (2,876) D-2                                4-2      Klein Forest
5. Dekaney                       (2,720)                                       3-3      Westfield

DISTRICT 14-5A            D-1 D-2 Seeding is LOCKED CANT CHANGE FINAL WEEK (unless College Park beats Lufkin WONT HAPPEN!!!!)
1. The Woodlands           (3,782) D-1 5-0                                    Conroe
2. Lufkin                          (2,201) D-2 4-1                                    College Park
3. Kingwood                     (2,580) D-2 3-2                                   Oak Ridge
4. Oak Ridge                     (2,685) D-1 2-3                                    Kingwood
5. College Park                  (2,565) NEED TO BEAT LUFKIN final game(wont happen)If it does(IT WILL NOT!!) Replace College Park anywhere you see Kingwood in this Blog(BUT Lufkin will win!!)

***UPDATE*** HERE THE PLAYOFF MATCHUPS FOR DISTRICT 13-5a and 14-5a

Tomball vs Kingwood Friday 7pm Thorne Stadium (aldine campbell center)
Klein Oak vs The Woodlands Friday 7pm @Woodforest Stadium (The Woodlands)  
Klein vs Lufkin 2pm Saturday @Lufkin
Klein Collins vs Oak Ridge Friday 7:30 pm Moorhead Stadium (Conroe)
 

 

 

IF TOMBALL BEATS KLEIN FOREST
            WILL BE 5-2 TOP DIVISION 2 SEED
KEY GAME Klein Oak vs Klein,
                 If Klein Oak win, Dekaney eliminated
PLAYOFF TEAMS D-1 Klein Collins (vs Oak Ridge), Klein Oak (vs The Woodlands)
                                     D-2 Tomball (vs Kingwood), Klein (vs Lufkin)

                IF Klein win, and Dekaney beats Westfield Klein Oak Eliminated
PLAYOFF TEAMS D-1 Klein Collins (vs Oak Ridge), Klein (vs The Woodlands)
                                     D-2 Tomball (vs Kingwood) Dekaney (vs Lufkin)

IF TOMBALL LOSE TO KLEIN FOREST (it gets confusing)
          Tomball is  4-3
          IF Klein beats Klein Oak, and Dekaney beats Westfield = 3 WAY TIE FOR FOR 2 SPOTS
               TIEBREAKER POSITIVE POINTS
                         2. Klein Oak, Won vs Tomball 24-17 (+7) lost to Dekaney
                         3. Dekaney, Won vs Klein Oak 27-22 (+5) lost to Tomball
                         4. Tomball Won vs Dekaney 28-27 (+1) lost to Klein Oak
                                   Klein Oak & Dekaney IN, Tomball Eliminated
PLAYOFF TEAMS D-1 Klein Collins (vs Oak Ridge), Klein Oak vs (The Woodlands)
                                     D-2 Klein (vs Kingwood), Dekaney (vs Lufkin)

          IF Klein Oak beats Klein and Dekaney beats Westfield
               TIEBREAKER
                        Klein, Tomball and Dekaney 3 WAY TIE
                        Dekaney lost to both
                                  Klein, Tomball IN, Dekaney eliminated
PLAYOFF TEAMS D-1 Klein Collins (vs Oak Ridge), Klein Oak (vs The Woodlands)
                                      D-2 Tomball (vs Kingwood), Klein (vs Lufkin)

BOTTOM LINE: Tomball WINS vs Klein Forest Tomball will play Kingwood 1st round
                                       Tomball LOSES to Klein Forest, Tomball needs Dekaney to lose to Westfield (not likely) OR Klein Oak to beat Klein (possible)
                                        SHOULD TOMBALL GET IN THE PLAYOFFS THEY WILL PLAY KINGWOOD

Here is Titans!! Safety Donnie Nickey doing what everybody has wanted to do at one time or another, PUNCH THE REF, this was accidental unfortunately

Here Miami QB Jacory Harris taking a big shot from the game this past saturday

One of the baddest White Boys in College Football

Here is the final field goal from the Longest High School football game in history Jacksonville over Nacogdoches 84-81 12 overtime periods ended at around 12:40am, The players dont seem to exicited when the kick was made maybe they were exhausted, Also Nacogdoches had to win by 8 to still be eligible for the playoffs, so when they had a chance to win in OT by like one or score a TD to win they would not make it, So they would still have a chance, But for a game to go on that long still hard to believe

LeGarrette Blount with a Great run, (Blount was my preseason pick for the Undrafted player to bust out and make a name for himself) still dont know why the Titans cut him though

SEASON TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL PICKS

WEEK 9 (15-0)
SEASON (101-19)

COLLEGE (against the points spread)
WEEK 9 (7-8)
SEASON (72-57-1)

NFL (against the point spread)
WEEK 7 (3-9) yikes!!! worst week ever! AWFUL!!
SEASON (51-52-6)

BETTING REVIEW

COLLEGE
WIN $100 Tennessee (+17) @ South Carolina
LOSE $110 Wake Forest (+6) @ Maryland
LOSE $110 Georgia (-2.5) vs Florida
WIN $100 Kansas (+18) @ Iowa St.
WIN $100 Nebraska (-8) vs Missouri
WIN $100 UCLA (+9) vs Arizona
LOSE $110 Vandrebilt (+20.5) vs Arkansas
LOSE $110 Texas (-7.5) vs Baylor
LOSE $110 Akron (+29.5) vs Temple

NFL
LOSE $110 Carolina (+3) @ St. Louis
LOSE $110 Minnesota (+6) @ New England
LOSE $110 Jets (-6) vs Green Bay
LOSE $110 Washington (+2.5) vs Detroit
LOSE $55 Houston (+5.5) vs Indy

TOTAL WEEK 6 = -$895 (took it on the chin this week) ouch!!!
TOTAL SEASON= +$990

OVERALL GAME OF THE WEEK

#3 TCU Horned Frogs vs #5 Utah Utes
2:30pm Rice-Eccles Stadium (UTAH)

TCU Andy Daulton,toes2734 Jordan Wynn Utah,toes2734
Andy Daulton TCU QB (katy high school)           Jordan Wynn Utah QB

TCU playing lights out on Defense, They got a proven winner and a game manager at QB, Andy Daulton, who played at Katy High School. Utah has a Texas High School QB on their bench Terrence Cain outta North Shore, But you cant argue with it Jordan Wynn, has been putting huge numbers up. But their defense has been giving up some point. Hell I think this TCU team could give the Dallas Cowboys a run for their money with the way that Defense is playing. Got to go with TCU in this one. Another thing why is this a 2:30 in the afternoon game this should be a 7pm primetime national TV game I dont even know what channel this game is on, if its even on National TV. I cant find any listing on the internet for it, my guess is its on Versus channel but not sure

TOES PICK
TCU: 31
UTAH: 10

HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK

9-0 Katy Tigers vs 9-0 Cinco Ranch Cougars
11am Saturday Rhodes Stadium (Katy)
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Donovann Young Katy RB      Vernon Jeffries Katy RB         K.C. Nlemechi Cinco Ranch RB (smu commit)       Jamel James Cinco Ranch RB (soph)

The Battle of Katy is also the battle of Houston as two of the top teams in the Houston area and two top 10 teams in the State get together in what has been the last 2 years some of the best games you will ever see around here The stadium is always sold out standing room only, there will be over 11,000 people there and thats on a SATURDAY!! Usually when teams play on saturday, they are lucky to get half the crowd they do on Friday nights. Now as far as the games go each team has their own version of smash and dash at running back. For Katy its #22 Donovann Young the smashing bruising type running back and #24 Vernon Jerffries a smaller slasher speedster. For Cinco Ranch their Offense is led by SMU Commit #25 K.C. Nlemchi he is another powerful 25-30 carry a game type back, and #6 Jamel James a Sophomore Superstar in the making will be one of the most highly recruited running back in the country in 2 years. Both team have solid defenses. The BIG difference in these teams is at the most important position on a football team Quarterback. Katy Brooks Haack a junior took over the starting job last year as a sophomore in the playoffs. This year its his team and all he has to do is manage the game hit reciever and tight ends on play action passes. But the thing is he can do it all if he had to pass 25-30 times a game he is the guy you want in there to do it. Cinco Ranch is kinda the polar opposite at the quarterback position. They have no one at the position they have played 2-3 different QB’s and no one has really taken over the position So when two powerhouses collide and you need your QB to make a play… You got to go with Katy and Brooks Haack

TOES PICK:
KATY: 24
CINCO RANCH: 17

TOMBALL COUGARS VS KLEIN FOREST GOLDEN EAGLES
7PM THURSDAY NOV. 5TH KLEIN MEMORIAL STADIUM (KLEIN H.S.)
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#24 Brandon Green RB      #32 Malcolm Scott S     #8Marquel Steward-Gillespe WR   #6 Lewis Williams QB

Tomball needs a victory here to clinch their playoff spot or risk getting in by depending on somebody else. Last week the pulled of a big victory against Klein. The defense really stepped it up. I think the big play was on a scramble Klein QB #7 got his legs took out by #16 on Tomball and That Klein QB just wasn’t the same after that you could tell from Klein sideline he was hurting. And On some plays he just legs just wasn’t with him as he tried to run out of the pocket. The defense kept the run game in check and you could see that that Klein offense wasnt made to come from behind. But anyways excellent game in front of a big crowd. Klein’s was really small for what they have been having at their home games. Any ways this week is Klein Forest. Klein Forest is playing the spoiler role as they have been eliminated from playoff contention. Its Klein Forest last home game of the year and last game of these seniors year so you know they gonna try and finish it off on a positive note and leave on a good note. The good news for Tomball Klein Forest Quarterback Junior Matt Davis won’t be playing. He tore his ACL in the first game of the season against Cinco Ranch right before halftime. With Matt Davis I dont think Tomball would have a prayer. What this guy did last year as a sophomore was unreal. In the 1st round of the playoffs last year he nearly beat The Woodlands by himself, and if the kicker would have made an extra point in overtime he would have. He is gonna be the top QB in the state next year. Every college will offer him most already have. But anyways enough of him he isnt playing this year. Without him Klein Forest has struggled big time they had a tough non district record, and the tough district has taken a toll on them. The passing game is what has struggled the most. When they do pass they kinda just throw it up to #8 Marquel Steward-Gillespe and he can go up and get it. But they wont be passing too much. They run a spread option offense with the other QB #6 Lewis Williams keeping it to himself most the time and against Tomball shifty quarterbacks have had their moments against Tomball. And Point wise Klein Forest has been putting up decent points but their defense has struggled. Klein Forest in every game opponents have scored 28 or more. I think this game is gonna get scary at moments considering whats at stake but I will take Tomball in this one.

TOES PICK:
TOMBALL: 35
KLEIN FOREST: 21

TOES 15 HIGH SCHOOL PICKS
1. Tomball over Klein Forest (Thurs)
2. Brenham over Stratford (thurs. TV game digital channel 13.2 or 685 on comcast)
3. Katy over Cinco Ranch (Sat.)
4. Oak Ridge over Kingwood
5. Cy Falls over Cy Lakes
6. Dekaney over Westfield
7. Klein Oak over Klein
8. Lufkin over College Park
9. The Woodlands over Conroe
10. Montgomery over Magnolia
11. Magnolia West over Waller
12. Willis over Huntsville
13. Memorial over Strake Jesuit
14. Katy Seven Lakes over Katy Taylor (this game is big for Katy to see if they go D1 bracket or D2 bracket)
15. Cy Ridge over Cy Creek

COLLEGE GAME OF THE WEEK

# 15 Arizona Wildcats vs #13 Stanford Cardinal
Saturday October 30rd , 2:30pm

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Andrew Luck QB Stanford (Stratford H.S. Houston)                 Nick Foles QB Arizona (Austin Westlake H.S.)

Again its two top 20 ranked teams and again both have Texas High School Quarterbacks, Stanford’s offense has yet to be stopped really putting up points on everyone they have played. Arizona QB Nick Foles has been injured, but I believe he will be making his return this week if he healthy which from what I read he will be. But Luck is the man so I will go with him. Speaking of Luck, Dallas cowboys should tank the rest of the season so they get the 1st pick and pray or send some current cowboy players to convince him to enter the draft. Yes I hate Dallas but I would rather have him playing in Dallas than Buffalo. If Buffalo gets the 1st pick or if there is a lockout he should go back. But as for this Game I like Luck to take this one whether or not Foles plays.

TOES PICK
ARIZONA: 27
STANFORD: 38

COLLEGE PICKS (against the point spread)
1.  Alabama (-6.5) @ LSU
2. Army (+6.5) vs Air Force
3. South Carolina (-4.5) vs Arkansas
4. Kent State (+3) vs Temple
5. Nevada (-11) vs Idaho
6. Oklahoma (-3) @ Texas A&M
7. Northwestern (+6.5) vs Penn St.
8. Arizona St. (+5.5) vs USC
9. Minnesota (+24) vs Michigan St.
10. Illinois (+3.5) @ Michigan
11. UCLA (+5) vs Oregon St
12. TCU (-5) @ Utah
13. Texas (-3.5) @ Kansas St.
14. Boston College (-3) vs Wake Forest
15. Clemson (-3.5) vs N.C. State

NFL GAME OF THE WEEK

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-2) @ Atlanta Falcons (5-2)
Sunday Noivember 7th 12pm Georgia Dome TV: FOX
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Josh Freeman Tampa Bay QB                Matt Ryan Atlanta QB

Suprising that these two teams are tops in the NFC, but that seems to be the way the NFL is year after year. Josh Freeman has become a legit NFL QB. Matt Ryan of the Falcons is one of my Top 5 NFL QB’s, I’ve lost a lil too much money betting on the Buccaneers this season so Im’ going with the Falcons but Tampa covers take tampa (+9)

1. Cleveland (+4) vs New England
2. Houston (+3) vs San Diego
3. Tampa Bay (+9) @ Atlanta
4. Chicago (-3) @ Buffalo (toronto)
5. NY Jets (-5) @Detroit
6. Miami (+5) vs Baltimore
7. Kansas City (pick) @ Oakland
8. Minnesota (-7.5) vs Arizona
9. Dallas (+7.5) @ Green Bay
10. Carolina (+7) vs New Orleans
11. Indianapolis (+3) @ Philadelphia
12. Cincinnati (+5) vs Pittsburgh
13. NY Giants (-7) vs Seattle

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