Monthly Archives: November 2011

MMQB

Sports Illustrated has MMQB by Peter King.  We here at ScoutsNotebook have MMQB by Gimpy.  Pete is the better babysitter, but is much less fun at a keg party.  Or in a holding cell.  Our man Gimp is an old … Continue reading

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Player Notes – Week 13

* Boston College MLB Luke Kuechly has been my favorite player all year and his performance against Miami only solidified that. Kuechly was in on 9 tackles (low for him). He broke up a couple of passes. He also picked … Continue reading

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By The Numbers – Week 12

* New Mexico MLB Carmen Messina had 11 total tackles and 2 TFLs. * Wisconsin RB Montee Ball had a huge game vs Illinois. He had 38 carries for 224 yards and 2 TDs. Safety Aaron Henry had 7 solo … Continue reading

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Turkey Day Leftovers

Lions vs. Packers Matt Stafford was really staring down receivers in early game today. I don’t catch the Lions on a weekly basis to know if he’s been doing this consistently, but he may as well have told the Packers … Continue reading

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Player Notes – Week 12

* Baylor QB Robert Griffin III (or Robert Griffith Junior III as McLovin from the Dan Patrick show calls him) had a monster day vs Oklahoma. Baylor had never beaten the Sooners. Baylor pulled off the upset, winning 45-38. Griffin … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye to a Legend

At Scout’s Notebook we don’t normally cover high school sports, but a dear friend will pass on the gauntlet after 50 years of coaching soon and I wanted to take this opportunity to recognize his accomplishments. Now officially gone are … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Quarterback

Sports Illustrated has MMQB by Peter King.  We here at ScoutsNotebook have MMQB by PsychoGimpy.  Pete is the better babysitter, but is much less fun at a keg party.  Or in a holding cell.  Our man Gimp is an old … Continue reading

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By The Numbers – Week 11

Sorry this is late.  Wrote it, but forgot to post mid-week.  * Alabama star LB Donta Hightower had a productive day vs Miss St. He had 11 total tackles, including 1.5 sacks. Also deflected a pass. * Colorado RB Rodney … Continue reading

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Player Notes – Week 11

* So let’s start with QB Brandon Weeden, someone I’ve not mentioned much at all this year. Weeden is the star QB for Oklahoma State. He threw for 423 yards and about that many TDs vs Texas Tech and their … Continue reading

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Witnessing a Trainwreck

The Philadelphia Eagles dropped yet another game in the 4th quarter yesterday and fell to 3-6 on the season; pretty much destroying their postseason chances. Worse yet, they lost to an inferior opponent who was without their starting quarterback and … Continue reading

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