Saturday Rewind: Week Seven

No we have not forgotten about our Saturday Rewind. CFFinsider Brian McDonald is currently in recovery mode after running the Chicago marathon this afternoon. Yes, he is in a full blown midlife crisis.

Some random notes from around the country till then:

- Jordan Shipley is quietly becoming one of the most dangerous wide receivers in the country. Heading into the game against Oklahoma, I figured Texas would need two from Shipley to be in a position to win and he delivered.

- Well hello there Jake Sharp, where have you been?

- The Aggies should worry less about Stephen McGee's shoulder...sophomore Jerrod Johnson is doing just fine...and more on fixing their defense.

- Kent State's Julian Edelman and Western Michigan's Tim Hiller continue to put up sick numbers. Check out who else topped the charts for week seven.

- Running back Vai Taua of Nevada is sure to burn up the waiver wires once again.

- Jewel Hampton's 22 carries for 115 yards and three scores is certainly something Shonn Greene owners didn't want to see. Greene is still the guy, but an adequate relief man was found on Saturday.

- I have LeGarrette Blount in two leagues and have yet to play him once. The second I do, his scoring barrage is sure to stop. I will listen to any and all bribes from Jeremiah Johnson owners to play him Oct. 25th against Arizona State.

- Freshman running back Cody Johnson of Texas has scored at one touchdown in every game this year. Cody was a perfect 3-for-3 in attempts for touchdowns last Saturday.

- Looking ahead to next week, I can't see Toby Gerhart seeing less than 25 carries against UCLA.

- Dear Jason Chery, please stop stealing Tyrell Fenroy's touchdowns. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.

- Just when you think you have the Tulsa wide receiver situation pegged, Gus Malzahn goes and changes things up again.

- Nick Moore had 20 receptions..yes 20..against Michigan on Saturday. That would be a nice day for those playing Nick in PPR leauges.

- After some doubt on whether or not he would play, it was good to see Bryan Anderson back for the Chips. It was not good to see Dan LeFevour leave in the second quarter.

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