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GMan35
01-07-2010, 07:32 AM
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/college/rosters/2001/mmi/


1 Daryl Jones WR 5-10 190 Sr Dallas, TX
2 Willis McGahee RB 6-1 220 Fr Miami, FL
3 Jason Geathers WR 6-3 215 So Boca Raton, FL
4 Najeh Davenport RB 6-2 235 Sr Miami, FL
5 Andre Johnson WR 6-3 220 So Miami, FL
6 Antrel Rolle CB 6-1 205 Fr Homestead, FL
7 Ethenic Sands WR 6-0 180 Jr Carol City, FL
8 Mike Rumph CB 6-2 200 Sr Delray Beach, FL
9 Kevin Beard WR 6-2 175 So Plantation, FL
11 Ken Dorsey QB 6-5 200 Jr Orinda, CA
12 Jair Clarke CB 5-11 173 Fr Newport News, VA
12 Nate Smith WR 6-0 205 So Elizabethtown, PA
13 Freddie Capshaw P 5-11 180 Jr Rock Springs, WY
15 Dan Lundy K 6-0 191 So Daytona Beach, FL
15 Buck Ortega QB 6-5 213 Fr Miami, FL
16 Todd Sievers K 6-3 215 Jr Ankeny, IA
17 DJ Williams LB 6-2 235 So Concord, CA
18 Derrick Crudup QB 6-1 202 Fr Deerfield Beach, FL
19 Troy Prasek QB 6-2 193 Jr Mims, FL
20 Edward Reed S 6-0 190 Sr Saint Rose, LA
21 Jermell Weaver S 6-2 190 So Miami, FL
22 Kelly Jennings CB 6-0 170 Fr Live Oak, FL
23 James Lewis CB 5-11 190 Sr Piscataway, NJ
24 Marcus Maxey CB 6-3 190 Fr Navasota, TX
25 Alphonso Marshall CB 6-1 180 Fr Clewiston, FL
26 Sean Taylor CB 6-3 220 Fr Miami, FL
27 Markese Fitzgerald CB 5-11 180 Sr Saint Petersburg, FL
28 Clinton Portis RB 5-11 190 Jr Gainesville, FL
29 James Scott CB 6-2 195 Jr Crescent City, FL
30 Alex Duk WR 6-2 205 Fr San Diego, CA
30 Jeff Malley DB 6-1 190 Fr St Petersburg, FL
30 Jovonny Ward DB 6-0 195 Fr Miami, FL
31 Phillip Buchanon CB 5-11 175 Jr Lehigh, FL
32 Frank Gore RB 5-10 190 Fr Coral Gables, FL
33 Mark Gent K 6-1 203 Fr Fort Lauderdale, FL
34 Jarrett Payton RB 6-2 205 So Arlington, IL
35 Quadtrine Hill RB 6-2 210 Fr Sunrise, FL
36 Maurice Sikes CB 5-11 194 So Miami, FL
37 Jean Leone DB 6-0 170 Fr Miami, FL
38 Carl Walker CB 6-3 190 So Jacksonville, FL
39 LaVaar Scott LB 6-3 253 Jr Sebring, FL
40 Kyle Cobia RB 6-2 231 Fr Lakeland, FL
41 Frank Bayless FB 6-0 240 So Akron, OH
43 Jarvis Gray DT 5-10 264 So Hawthorne, FL
44 Leon Williams LB 6-4 220 Fr Brooklyn, NY
45 Howard Clark LB 6-1 220 Jr Pennsauken, NJ
46 Michael Langley CB 6-0 188 Fr Machipongo, VA
47 Ken Dangerfiel LB 6-2 225 Jr Patterson, LA
48 Chris Campbell LB 6-2 225 Sr Mount Pleasant, TX
49 Darrell McClover LB 6-2 215 So Coconut Creek, FL
50 Roger McIntosh LB 6-3 220 Fr Gaffney, SC
51 Jonathan Vilma LB 6-2 215 So Coral Gables, FL
52 Steve Adzima OL 6-2 255 Fr Wallington, NJ
52 Tariq Vlaun OL 6-2 300 So Houston, TX
53 James Sikora G 6-5 260 So Marathon, FL
54 Alex Garcia OL 6-1 275 Fr Miami, FL
55 Jamal Green DE 6-3 257 Jr Camden, NJ
56 Santonio Thomas DE 6-4 296 So South Bay, FL
57 Javon Nanton LB 6-2 215 Fr Miami, FL
58 Jerrell Weaver LB 6-3 210 So Miami, FL
59 Brad Kunz G 6-7 315 Fr Carlyle, IL
60 Vernon Carey T 6-5 363 So Miami, FL
61 Toney Tella G 6-5 265 Fr Houston, TX
62 Chris Harvey S 6-3 303 So Accoville, WV
63 Scott Puckett G 6-3 283 Sr Duncanville, TX
64 Rashad Butler G 6-5 290 Fr Palm Beach Gardens, FL
65 Martin Bibla T 6-4 300 Sr Mountain Top, PA
66 Brett Romberg G 6-3 290 Jr Windsor,
67 Joe McGrath T 6-5 285 So Moose Jaw,
68 Joe Fantigrass T 6-4 270 Jr Fort Lauderdale, FL
69 Kyle Morgan DL 6-4 245 Fr San Francisco, CA
70 Joel Rodriguez G 6-3 275 Fr Miami, FL
71 Jim Wilson G 6-5 245 Jr Hollywood, FL
72 Ed Wilkins T 6-4 318 Jr Plainfield, NJ
73 Joaquin Gonzalez G 6-5 290 Sr Miami, FL
74 Sherko Haji-Rasou T 6-6 326 Jr Toronto,
75 Vince Wilfork DE 6-2 338 Fr Lantana, FL
76 Carlos Joseph G 6-6 322 So Miami, FL
77 Chris Myers G 6-5 280 Fr Miami, FL
78 Bryant McKinnie G 6-9 330 Sr Woodbury, NJ
79 Robert Bergman OL 6-5 275 Fr Bakersfield, CA
80 Robert Williams TE 6-4 240 Sr Dallas, TX
81 Kellen Winslow WR 6-5 210 Fr San Diego, CA
82 David Williams TE 6-3 230 Fr Miami, FL
83 Aaron Greeno TE 6-4 241 So Denver, CO
84 Roscoe Parrish WR 5-9 165 Fr Miami, FL
85 Ennis Crafton TE 6-3 225 Jr Cypress Creek, FL
86 Brandon Sebald TE 6-6 240 Fr Accord, NY
87 Kevin Everett TE 6-5 235 Fr Port Arthur, TX
88 Jeremy Shockey TE 6-6 236 Jr Ada, OK
90 Thomas Carroll DE 6-5 220 Fr Lakewood, NJ
91 Matt Walters DT 6-5 260 Jr Melbourne, FL
92 Orien Harris DE 6-4 280 Fr Newark, DE
93 John Square DE 6-5 203 Fr Houston, TX
94 William Joseph DE 6-5 290 Jr Miami, FL
95 Jerome McDougle DE 6-4 270 Jr Pompano, FL
96 Miguel Robede DE 6-5 261 Fr Quebec, PQ
97 Larry Anderson DT 6-4 260 So Kissimmee, FL
98 Cornelius Green DE 6-4 250 Sr Kilgore, TX
99 Andrew Williams DE 6-4 260 Jr Tampa, FL


bolded guys that are/were probowlers

others : Najeh Davenport, Kelly Jennings, Phillip Buchanon, Leon Williams, Roger "Rocky" McIntosh, Vernon Carey, Rashad Butler, Chris Myers, Roscoe Parrish, Kevin Everett, Orien Harris...........

IraHays
01-07-2010, 07:40 AM
95 Huskers would still have dickstomped those teams. U mad?

kethnaab
01-07-2010, 07:59 AM
95 Huskers would still have dickstomped those teams. U mad?

i can't see how the 95 huskers would've beaten the Miami team posted.

macmoney
01-07-2010, 07:59 AM
95 Huskers would still have dickstomped those teams. U mad?

yeah..... they would have destroyed that 01' miami team





































































not (learned that from borat)

IraHays
01-07-2010, 08:03 AM
i can't see how the 95 huskers would've beaten the Miami team posted.

Because Tommy Frazier, Lawrence Phillips and Ahman Green were bad mother f*ckers!

kethnaab
01-07-2010, 08:07 AM
Because Tommy Frazier, Lawrence Phillips and Ahman Green were bad mother f*ckers!

ok...you're being funny, right?

Mac_xX
01-07-2010, 08:08 AM
One of the greatest college teams ever.

IraHays
01-07-2010, 08:10 AM
ok...you're being funny, right?

You're old enough to remember how dominant that team was. I'm kind of surprised you would think I'm joking.

They annilhilated 4 top 10 teams inlcuding one of the best Gator teams ever.

joelz54_99
01-07-2010, 08:10 AM
Strong homer

DocHollidy
01-07-2010, 08:54 AM
over 25 NFL players on the squad, not including some who probably got picked up and cut

lol best team I've ever seen, even though I'm not that old to have seen all of them

Masstastic
01-07-2010, 09:00 AM
over 25 NFL players on the squad, not including some who probably got picked up and cut

lol best team I've ever seen, even though I'm not that old to have seen all of them

Age: 98

Too bad you aren't old enough to witness Notre Dame win a National Championship.

macmoney
01-07-2010, 09:02 AM
just realized that there are 2 kickers and 1 punter in top 20

rsnnh12
01-07-2010, 09:07 AM
just realized that there are 2 kickers and 1 punter in top 20

Those are their jersey numbers brah

macmoney
01-07-2010, 09:10 AM
Those are their jersey numbers brah

yeah I know, I was just thinking they would have more talent in those #'s

Masstastic
01-07-2010, 09:23 AM
yeah I know, I was just thinking they would have more talent in those #'s

huh?

http://www.threadbombing.com/data/media/2/trek_hmm.gif (http://www.threadbombing.com/details.php?image_id=4424)

brb enrolling in Harvard Graduate School of Education to understand your post.

IraHays
01-07-2010, 09:30 AM
^^^^ strong lulz.

GMan35
01-07-2010, 02:32 PM
95 Huskers would still have dickstomped those teams. U mad?

i was four

ur arguement is invalid unless you post a roster.

BuckeyeROC
01-07-2010, 03:37 PM
The 2001 Miami team was great, but the 95 Huskers were the best team ever. Here's why:

Nebraska's 1995 schedule and results:

Beat Oklahoma State 64-21
Beat Michigan State 50-10
Beat Arizona State 77-28
Beat Pacific 49-7
Beat Washington State 35-21
Beat Missouri 57-0
Beat Kansas State 49-25
Beat Colorado 44-21
Beat Iowa State 73-14
Beat Kansas 41-3
Beat Oklahoma 37-0
Beat Florida 62-24 - The Florida Gators entered the game 12-0 and ranked #1 in the country.

The Cornhuskers outscored their opponents 638-174 for an average final of 53-14.

In twelve games, Nebraska trailed only three times. Once against Washington State and twice against Florida. The 1995 Huskers never trailed any of its opponents after the second quarter.

With the exception of Washington State, Nebraska outscored all of its opponents' final scores by halftime. Six of Nebraska's opponents were outscored by the end of the first quarter.

In twelve games, Nebraska amassed 6,748 total yards while holding opponents to just 3,586 for an average of 562 yards to 298 yards.

No other National Champion can boast wins over 4 other AP Top 10 finishers (quite a feat with all the lop-sided wins they had as well). That in and of itself is impressive, but when you consider Nebraska beat those four teams by a combined score of 196-73, one wonders if such a feat can ever be matched. That's an average score of 49-18 vs 4 other teams that FINISHED the season in the top 10.

Minus the Nebraska defeats, those four teams had a combined record of 42-3. And the Big 8 schools administered those three losses to each other. Nebraska's opponents knocked off a bevy of marquis names including Arkansas, Oregon, Georgia, Texas A&M, Wisconsin, Boston College, Michigan, BYU, Tennessee, LSU, UCLA, Auburn and Florida State.


http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1059453/1995_nebraska_cornhuskers_best_college.html?cat=14

You can argue which team had more players become the most successful in the NFL, but as far as what the teams actually did in college, the 95 Huskers stand alone.

buckeyenutz
01-07-2010, 03:53 PM
Buckeyes beat em'. Just sayin'.

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captain_swole
01-07-2010, 04:06 PM
Buckeyes beat em'. Just sayin'.

http://seekwebsolutions.com/host/image.php?id=150B_4B3F70CA&gif

Hahaha that was the next year but most of those Hurricanes were still around.

leafs43
01-07-2010, 04:09 PM
The 95 Huskers averaged 7 yards a carry as a team.


That's an astounding stat.

txapn
01-07-2010, 04:17 PM
miami stands alone on the program stand front (as far as nfl talent)but that is a hell of a team no doubt!

Al_Pal
01-07-2010, 04:27 PM
You can argue which team had more players become the most successful in the NFL, but as far as what the teams actually did in college, the 95 Huskers stand alone.

read thread title there buddy...

BuckeyeROC
01-07-2010, 04:29 PM
read thread title there buddy...

I did buddy, and then the talk turned to what team would beat who.

poppa_boner
01-07-2010, 04:39 PM
52 Steve Adzima OL 6-2 255 Fr Wallington, NJ

wtf a dude from Wallington went to play at the U?