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Zyro_1014
03-13-2007, 11:47 PM
Both Teams were stacked like non other, Seemed like both teams had more than half of there players going to play in the NFL. They were both Juggernauts. Video Game offenses, and the scary defenses. Here are the rosters. If they could play each other, who would win? whats ur opinions?

2001 Miami Hurricanes
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

2004 USC Trojans
41 Jody Adewale FB 6-0 210 2/21/1985 FR*
30 Kevin Arbet CB 5-11 190 3/26/1981 SR*
59 Collin Ashton LB 6-1 215 7/24/1983 JR*
79 Sam Baker OL 6-5 320 5/30/1985 FR*
9 Chris Barrett DE 6-5 250 3/3/1985 FR*
20 Darnell Bing S 6-3 216 9/10/1984 SO
17 Chris Bocage CB 5-10 189 6/11/1982 SR*
17 John David Booty QB 6-3 195 1/3/1985 SO
31 William Buchanon WR 6-3 179 4/5/1983 JR*
5 Reggie Bush RB 6-0 190 3/2/1985 SO
53 Jeff Byers OL 6-4 285 9/7/1985 FR
86 Dominique Byrd TE 6-3 254 2/7/1984 JR
19 Greig Carlson WR 5-10 195 5/25/1983 JR*
10 Matt Cassel QB 6-4.5 214 5/17/1982 SR*
84 Shaun Cody DT 6-3.5 290 1/22/1983 SR
83 Fred Davis WR 6-4 215 1/15/1986 FR
34 Hershel Dennis TB 5-10.5 189 7/12/1984 JR
73 John Drake OL 6-4 350 4/4/1982 SR
64 Travis Draper OL 6-5 275 4/27/1985 FR
49 Sedrick Ellis DL 6-2 280 7/9/1985 FR*
26 Greg Farr S 5-11 190 1/19/1982 SR*
26 Alex Gomez CB 5-9.5 170 7/14/1983 JR*
44 Rashaad Goodrum DE 6-2.5 230 10/28/1982 SO
6 Matt Grootegoed LB 5-11 216 5/6/1982 SR*
8 Brandon Hance QB 6-1 192 6/4/1982 SR*
40 Brandon Hancock FB 6-1 235 6/13/1983 JR
13 Billy Hart QB 6-3 196 11/2/1982 JR*
94 Thomas Herring DE 6-6 305 3/22/1985 FR
7 Rocky Hinds QB 6-4 220 FR
81 Alex Holmes TE 6-3 260 8/22/1982 SR*
96 Lawrence Jackson DE 6-5 250 8/30/1985 FR*
80 Dwayne Jarrett WR 6-5 205 9/11/1986 FR
26 Derrick Jones WR 6-1 180 1/23/1986 FR
74 Winston Justice OL 6-5.5 292 9/14/1984 SO*
67 Ryan Kalil OL 6-4 270 3/29/1985 FR*
85 Kurt Katnik OG 6-3.5 250 12/29/1982 SO*
16 Ryan Killeen K 5-11 197 7/11/1983 SR
37 David Kirtman FB 6-0 215 2/12/1983 JR*
27 Jason Leach SS 5-11 202 7/21/1982 SR*
11 Matt Leinart QB 6-5 217 5/11/1983 JR*
4 Whitney Lewis WR 6-1 220 8/13/1985 FR*
45 Oscar Lua MLB 6-1.5 243 5/9/1984 SO*
77 Taitusi Lutui OL 6-6 370 5/5/1983 JR
14 Thomas Malone P 5-11 191 3/29/1984 JR
70 Alatini Malu OG 6-4 340 4/30/1981 SO
51 Fred Matua OG 6-2 295 1/14/1984 SO*
16 Mike McDonald QB 6-0 185 5/11/1985 FR*
82 Chris McFoy WR 6-1 195 8/14/1983 SO*
93 Lawrence Miles DL 6-3 270 8/10/1986 FR
88 Jimmy Miller DL 6-6 250 3/4/1986 FR
15 Jason Mitchell WR 6-0.5 199 7/19/1981 SR*
93 Fili Moala DT 6-5 300 6/23/1985 FR
97 Alex Morrow DE 6-5 265 2/4/1985 FR*
23 Ronald Nunn CB 5-10.5 180 7/15/1981 SR*
99 Mike Patterson DT 6-0 285 9/1/1983 SR
36 Josh Pinkard DB 6-1 200
56 Ryan Powdrell LB 6-1 250 12/20/1983 JR
66 Chilo Rachal OL 6-6 310 3/15/1986 FR
60 Drew Radovich OL 6-5 280 6/20/1985 FR*
52 LaJuan Ramsey DL 6-3 270 3/19/1984 JR
22 Desmond Reed TB 5-9 180 6/16/1984 FR*
55 Keith Rivers LB 6-3 225 5/5/1986 FR
90 Frostee Rucker DE 6-4 255 9/14/1983 JR*
42 Dallas Sartz OLB 6-5 225 7/8/1983 JR
54 Jeff Schweiger DE 6-4 260 1/1/1986 FR
2 Steve Smith WR 6-1 190 5/6/1985 SO
69 Matt Spanos OT 6-5 290 12/31/1984 FR*
43 Michael Stuart TE 6-3 235 FR
58 Lofa Tatupu LB 6-0 240 11/15/1982 JR*
28 Terrell Thomas CB 6-2 180 1/8/1985 FR*
89 Dale Thompson TE 6-4 235 4/22/1986 FR
38 Brandon Ting CB 5-10.5 170 3/26/1984 SO
39 Ryan Ting CB 5-10.5 175 3/26/1984 SO
95 Travis Tofi DE 6-4 270 10/24/1984 SO*
87 Nick Vanderboom TE 6-4 235 9/7/1983 SO*
18 John Walker CB 6-1 195 4/25/1983 JR*
29 Scott Ware S 6-2 220 5/5/1985 JR
25 Chauncey Washington RB 6-0 205 4/29/1985 SO
63 Travis Watkins OG 6-3 300 1/24/1982 SR*
98 Ryan Watson DT 6-4 280 8/29/1985 FR*
35 Lee Webb FB 5-11 240 11/3/1981 SR*
21 Lendale White RB 6-2 235 12/20/1984 SO
75 Kyle Williams OT 6-6 290 3/19/1984 SO*
1 Mike Williams WR 6-5 210 1/4/1984 JR
41 Thomas Williams LB 6-3 235 12/25/1984 SO
28 Andre Woodert TB 6-0 205 9/1/1983 JR*
25 Eric Wright CB 5-11 190 7/24/1985 FR*
92 Manuel Wright DT 6-6 290 4/13/1984 SO
24 Justin Wyatt CB 5-11 180 1/27/1984 JR

JoeMontainya
03-13-2007, 11:56 PM
I think Miami Florida wins the game because there deffense would have been better.

Its crazy that Miami had McGahee, Portis, and Gore on the same team. And then Payton who went pro, so thats 4 NFL RB's on the same roster, add in Davenport and thats 5. Funny thing is that team was known for passing more than running.

regoob2
03-14-2007, 12:00 AM
God I forgot how sick that Miami team was!

neko4
03-14-2007, 12:04 AM
5 Good RB's on a passing team and a great D, Miami no doubt.
26 or so pros

Zyro_1014
03-14-2007, 12:09 AM
I think Miami Florida wins the game because there deffense would have been better.

Its crazy that Miami had McGahee, Portis, and Gore on the same team. And then Payton who went pro, so thats 4 NFL RB's on the same roster, add in Davenport and thats 5. Funny thing is that team was known for passing more than running.

yeah man, me and my friend were just talking about that team. the Running backs and then look at the secondary! Ed Reed, Sean Taylor, Antrell Rolle, Kelly Jennings! wow

toonsterwu
03-14-2007, 12:16 AM
I remember this question being posed the last couple years. I still don't see any reason to change my vote, and that would be for Miami because of their defense. No, neither team likely would be able to bottle up the other in a matchup, but I think the Canes D would've stood a better chance of limiting the Trojans offense, and the Canes O would've been able to establish the run and be opportunistic in the passing game.

DChess
03-14-2007, 12:29 AM
i would seriously like to see the 05 longhorns against any team, vince young could not be beaten that year, he was so clutch, and not to mention they had a great D.

neko4
03-14-2007, 12:32 AM
i would seriously like to see the 05 longhorns against any team, vince young could not be beaten that year, he was so clutch, and not to mention they had a great D.

1936 University of Chicago. Jay Berwanger>>>>>>>>>>>Vince Young

Jhasley10
03-14-2007, 12:58 AM
no one touches the 2001 miami team....just look at their safeties...ed reed and sean taylor < even though taylor didnt play much

Jericho@SC
03-14-2007, 01:19 AM
i would seriously like to see the 05 longhorns against any team, vince young could not be beaten that year, he was so clutch, and not to mention they had a great D.

With all due respect, Texas had a good D that year, but I don't know about a great defense. USC hung 38 on them even while commiting stupid turnovers at the goal line.

Granted, USC O was the greatest of all time, but I imagine Miami would score atleast 25-30 points on them too.

As for the Vince Young factor, yea. It is hard to argue that he could be stopped, but if any team could do it, I think the Miami Defense could. You have to keep in mind that USC's 2005 defense was in shambles by the end of the year. They were playing two walk-on dbs for crying out loud.

Either way, 01 Miami vs. 05 Texas would be a matchup I'd pay money to see.

Jericho@SC
03-14-2007, 01:22 AM
So is it a given that 95 Nebraska, 01 Miami and 04 USC will be remembered for a looooooong time as arguably the three greatest teams in the modern era?

You hear about these kind of prompts about these three teams all the time...

fenikz
03-14-2007, 04:36 AM
Miami and its not even close

fenikz
03-14-2007, 04:43 AM
Current Pro's In Bold

2001 Miami Hurricanes
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 i think he is still a pro
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


im sure i missed some but damn thats alot of pros on 1 team

TheChampIsHere
03-14-2007, 05:02 AM
yea Im takin Miami all day on this matchup, they were a flat out incredible team that year. Man have they fallen a long way though....

etk
03-14-2007, 11:40 AM
Current Pro's In Bold

2001 Miami Hurricanes
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 i think he is still a pro
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


im sure i missed some but damn thats alot of pros on 1 team

Okay you missed Marcus Maxey, Darrell McClover, Kevin Everett, Orien Harris, Rashad Butler & Brett Romberg. You can edit the list and bold those guys.

heavyduty
03-14-2007, 11:55 AM
my sig says it all. THE U!

constant cough
03-14-2007, 12:08 PM
Miami

USC wasn't even the best team in 04 LSU was.

JoeMontainya
03-14-2007, 12:48 PM
Okay you missed Marcus Maxey, Darrell McClover, Kevin Everett, Orien Harris, Rashad Butler & Brett Romberg. You can edit the list and bold those guys.

you also missed Leon Williams the MLB. He was drafted in the 4rth round by the Browns, started the last 3 games of the year and racked up 40 total tackles. He will be good for us.

skinzzfan25
03-14-2007, 12:55 PM
Gotta go with the U.

That team is sick.

Jericho@SC
03-14-2007, 02:50 PM
Miami

USC wasn't even the best team in 04 LSU was.

Um, no.

04 LSU was Russell's first year as QB. They went 9-3 and lost to Iowa in the Capitol One Bowl.

04 USC went 13-0 and killed Oklahoma 55-19. Thanks for playing.

Jughead10
03-14-2007, 03:02 PM
Okay you missed Marcus Maxey, Darrell McClover, Kevin Everett, Orien Harris, Rashad Butler & Brett Romberg. You can edit the list and bold those guys.

A couple other guys that are already out of the league. Daryl Jones played a couple years with the Giants. Kevin Beard? I think he was on someone's practice squad for a while.

Michigan
03-14-2007, 03:05 PM
whatever happened to Quadtrine Hill? I remember I was very high on him.

BuddyCHRIST
03-14-2007, 04:45 PM
i'll probably go with the 01 canes, but its not as much of a slam dunk as people think. Miami gets alot of credit for guys who did great later,and in the pro's that weren't all that great in 2001 at the college level. Guys like McGahee hardly ever played. They are the most NFL talentd team ever, but this is best college team.

DoWnThEfiElD
03-14-2007, 05:17 PM
01 Canes that team was amazing, nobody was even remotely close to them that year.

etk
03-14-2007, 05:27 PM
whatever happened to Quadtrine Hill? I remember I was very high on him.

He went off and on a few different rosters this year, mainly Chicago and then he resurfaced on the New England practice squad. He is an undersized FB that will have to make his mark on special teams to make a full roster.

doingthisinsteadofwork
03-14-2007, 07:15 PM
Both Teams were stacked like non other, Seemed like both teams had more than half of there players going to play in the NFL. They were both Juggernauts. Video Game offenses, and the scary defenses. Here are the rosters. If they could play each other, who would win? whats ur opinions?

2004 USC Trojans
41 Jody Adewale FB 6-0 210 2/21/1985 FR*
30 Kevin Arbet CB 5-11 190 3/26/1981 SR*
59 Collin Ashton LB 6-1 215 7/24/1983 JR*
79 Sam Baker OL 6-5 320 5/30/1985 FR*
9 Chris Barrett DE 6-5 250 3/3/1985 FR*
20 Darnell Bing S 6-3 216 9/10/1984 SO
17 Chris Bocage CB 5-10 189 6/11/1982 SR*
17 John David Booty QB 6-3 195 1/3/1985 SO
31 William Buchanon WR 6-3 179 4/5/1983 JR*
5 Reggie Bush RB 6-0 190 3/2/1985 SO
53 Jeff Byers OL 6-4 285 9/7/1985 FR
86 Dominique Byrd TE 6-3 254 2/7/1984 JR
19 Greig Carlson WR 5-10 195 5/25/1983 JR*
10 Matt Cassel QB 6-4.5 214 5/17/1982 SR*
84 Shaun Cody DT 6-3.5 290 1/22/1983 SR
83 Fred Davis WR 6-4 215 1/15/1986 FR
34 Hershel Dennis TB 5-10.5 189 7/12/1984 JR
73 John Drake OL 6-4 350 4/4/1982 SR
64 Travis Draper OL 6-5 275 4/27/1985 FR
49 Sedrick Ellis DL 6-2 280 7/9/1985 FR*
26 Greg Farr S 5-11 190 1/19/1982 SR*
26 Alex Gomez CB 5-9.5 170 7/14/1983 JR*
44 Rashaad Goodrum DE 6-2.5 230 10/28/1982 SO
6 Matt Grootegoed LB 5-11 216 5/6/1982 SR*
8 Brandon Hance QB 6-1 192 6/4/1982 SR*
40 Brandon Hancock FB 6-1 235 6/13/1983 JR
13 Billy Hart QB 6-3 196 11/2/1982 JR*
94 Thomas Herring DE 6-6 305 3/22/1985 FR
7 Rocky Hinds QB 6-4 220 FR
81 Alex Holmes TE 6-3 260 8/22/1982 SR*
96 Lawrence Jackson DE 6-5 250 8/30/1985 FR*
80 Dwayne Jarrett WR 6-5 205 9/11/1986 FR
26 Derrick Jones WR 6-1 180 1/23/1986 FR
74 Winston Justice OL 6-5.5 292 9/14/1984 SO*
67 Ryan Kalil OL 6-4 270 3/29/1985 FR*
85 Kurt Katnik OG 6-3.5 250 12/29/1982 SO*
16 Ryan Killeen K 5-11 197 7/11/1983 SR
37 David Kirtman FB 6-0 215 2/12/1983 JR*
27 Jason Leach SS 5-11 202 7/21/1982 SR*
11 Matt Leinart QB 6-5 217 5/11/1983 JR*
4 Whitney Lewis WR 6-1 220 8/13/1985 FR*
45 Oscar Lua MLB 6-1.5 243 5/9/1984 SO*
77 Taitusi Lutui OL 6-6 370 5/5/1983 JR
14 Thomas Malone P 5-11 191 3/29/1984 JR
70 Alatini Malu OG 6-4 340 4/30/1981 SO
51 Fred Matua OG 6-2 295 1/14/1984 SO*
16 Mike McDonald QB 6-0 185 5/11/1985 FR*
82 Chris McFoy WR 6-1 195 8/14/1983 SO*
93 Lawrence Miles DL 6-3 270 8/10/1986 FR
88 Jimmy Miller DL 6-6 250 3/4/1986 FR
15 Jason Mitchell WR 6-0.5 199 7/19/1981 SR*
93 Fili Moala DT 6-5 300 6/23/1985 FR
97 Alex Morrow DE 6-5 265 2/4/1985 FR*
23 Ronald Nunn CB 5-10.5 180 7/15/1981 SR*
99 Mike Patterson DT 6-0 285 9/1/1983 SR
36 Josh Pinkard DB 6-1 200
56 Ryan Powdrell LB 6-1 250 12/20/1983 JR
66 Chilo Rachal OL 6-6 310 3/15/1986 FR
60 Drew Radovich OL 6-5 280 6/20/1985 FR*
52 LaJuan Ramsey DL 6-3 270 3/19/1984 JR
22 Desmond Reed TB 5-9 180 6/16/1984 FR*
55 Keith Rivers LB 6-3 225 5/5/1986 FR
90 Frostee Rucker DE 6-4 255 9/14/1983 JR*
42 Dallas Sartz OLB 6-5 225 7/8/1983 JR
54 Jeff Schweiger DE 6-4 260 1/1/1986 FR
2 Steve Smith WR 6-1 190 5/6/1985 SO
69 Matt Spanos OT 6-5 290 12/31/1984 FR*
43 Michael Stuart TE 6-3 235 FR
58 Lofa Tatupu LB 6-0 240 11/15/1982 JR*
28 Terrell Thomas CB 6-2 180 1/8/1985 FR*
89 Dale Thompson TE 6-4 235 4/22/1986 FR
38 Brandon Ting CB 5-10.5 170 3/26/1984 SO
39 Ryan Ting CB 5-10.5 175 3/26/1984 SO
95 Travis Tofi DE 6-4 270 10/24/1984 SO*
87 Nick Vanderboom TE 6-4 235 9/7/1983 SO*
18 John Walker CB 6-1 195 4/25/1983 JR*
29 Scott Ware S 6-2 220 5/5/1985 JR
25 Chauncey Washington RB 6-0 205 4/29/1985 SO
63 Travis Watkins OG 6-3 300 1/24/1982 SR*
98 Ryan Watson DT 6-4 280 8/29/1985 FR*
35 Lee Webb FB 5-11 240 11/3/1981 SR*
21 Lendale White RB 6-2 235 12/20/1984 SO
75 Kyle Williams OT 6-6 290 3/19/1984 SO*
1 Mike Williams WR 6-5 210 1/4/1984 JR
41 Thomas Williams LB 6-3 235 12/25/1984 SO
28 Andre Woodert TB 6-0 205 9/1/1983 JR*
25 Eric Wright CB 5-11 190 7/24/1985 FR*
92 Manuel Wright DT 6-6 290 4/13/1984 SO
24 Justin Wyatt CB 5-11 180 1/27/1984 JRjust skimmed through.I'll take Miami though.

Chucky
03-14-2007, 07:46 PM
Miamis running game would be too much, even though reggie was better than any of the Miami Rb's just have too much depth

etk
03-14-2007, 07:48 PM
Cassel, Kirtman, Patterson, Ramsey, E.Wright & M.Wright are all in the NFL or about to be drafted.

YAYareaRB
03-14-2007, 10:18 PM
Current Pro's In Bold - REVISED

2001 Miami Hurricanes
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 - aka Rocky
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

UNFAIR!

etk
03-14-2007, 10:38 PM
Current Pro's In Bold - REVISED

2001 Miami Hurricanes
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 - aka Rocky
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 MyersG 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

UNFAIR!

Re-revised for you :D......

KWill93
03-14-2007, 11:00 PM
Jesus that Miami team was STACKED!

BlindSite
03-14-2007, 11:14 PM
01 is pretty much the best college team of the modern era imo.,

KCJ58
03-15-2007, 12:33 AM
Usc Usc Usc Usc

d34ng3l021
03-15-2007, 01:45 AM
my sig says it all. THE U!

Love your sig.

Geo
03-15-2007, 01:47 AM
http://espn.go.com/i/teamlogos/ncaa/lrg/trans/2390.gif

wogitalia
03-15-2007, 07:02 AM
Damn, as someone who has only started following in the last couple of years, that Miami team is ridiculous good. I mean they seriously have a team that could win a superbowl there. They have an all pro secondary, a bunch of very good linebackers and given Wilfork is there, they could easily pick a 3-4 if they wanted. Scary good.

USC has an offense that could score on any team in the NFL, but defensively they arent as good.

That Miami team makes you say WOW!

Iamcanadian
03-15-2007, 07:57 AM
Current Pro's In Bold

2001 Miami Hurricanes
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 i think he is still a pro
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


im sure i missed some but damn thats alot of pros on 1 team

Ya, but 9 of them are freshmen and last I looked only 1 RB can carry a ball. I think USC wins in a walk, their 2004 team was the greastest offensive machine ever in college football and their defense was good enough to hold Miami's offense in check. You still need a great QB to beat great teams and Miami's QB is not in Leinart's class.

P-L
03-15-2007, 10:37 AM
Ya, but 9 of them are freshmen and last I looked only 1 RB can carry a ball.
I was actually just going to point that out. I count ten freshmen and five sophomores on that team. Unless I am overlooking someone, of all those freshmen, only Sean Taylor received significant playing time. He wasn't even a starter. If I remember correctly, Daryl Jones was Miami's #1 receiver going into the year. Guys like Frank Gore and Kellen Winslow really didn't contribute all that much. Sure, it is an impressive roster, but about half of those guys didn't see the field until 2002 or 2003. With that being said, I think Miami had just enough to get by USC.

draftguru151
03-15-2007, 12:26 PM
Ya, but 9 of them are freshmen and last I looked only 1 RB can carry a ball. I think USC wins in a walk, their 2004 team was the greastest offensive machine ever in college football and their defense was good enough to hold Miami's offense in check. You still need a great QB to beat great teams and Miami's QB is not in Leinart's class.

You're acting like Dorsey didn't go to two Heisman ceremonies. He may not be much in the pros but he certainly got the job done when he was in Miami. UM's offensive line was dominant, add in Johnson, Shockey, Portis and Dorsey and that is a scary offense. The defense was just as stacked.

energizerbunny
03-15-2007, 01:30 PM
Ya, but 9 of them are freshmen and last I looked only 1 RB can carry a ball. I think USC wins in a walk, their 2004 team was the greastest offensive machine ever in college football and their defense was good enough to hold Miami's offense in check. You still need a great QB to beat great teams and Miami's QB is not in Leinart's class.



Dorsey was one of the best college QBs ever. I'am going to take it that you haven't followed college football very long since you made that statement.


Reggie/Lendale would not have been able to go anywhere or juked anyone with that defence. Ed Reed, Vilma and DJ..... on top of that look how many 1st day picks they had amongst the Dline... good luck
Miami would have shut down the run game of USC and then just pounded the ball behind that amazing Oline. USC did not have the defence to even come close to beating a team of Miami's calibre.


The only team In the last 15 years that think that could give the 01 Canes a run for their money would be the 95' huskers.

benchod
03-15-2007, 02:39 PM
Leinart goes down as one of the greatest college QB's ever too, his record is near identical to Dorsey.

Miami's defense was ridiculously good, but USC's defense was also deceptively good that year.

The matchup comes down to coaching imo. I think that's where Norm Chow may be able to find something somewhere.

Talentwise, Miami easily. But in an actual game with the coaching staffs, I am inclined to give USC a slight edge.

Caddy
03-15-2007, 05:04 PM
Miami!!!!!

soybean
03-15-2007, 05:17 PM
i dont know how usc's defense was able to stop so many teams, their corners, scott ware and justin wyatt sucked.

toonsterwu
03-15-2007, 05:40 PM
Too much is often made of who made it in the pros and what not. Certainly, that helps, but we are comparing the collegiate teams. For me, it would've come down to the lines. As good as Shaun Cody and Mike Patterson were, I think Romberg, Bibla and company would've controlled them well enough, and McKinnie was a dominant tackle. In short, I think Dorsey would've been protected. That USC DL had spurts, but it wasn't a dominant unit. For a collegiate unit, that Miami group was very, very good, and consistent as well. I think they would've opened holes for Clinton Portis, and don't forget about Najeh Davenport, who would've been a load to handle. The USC secondary wasn't too great either. Who do they double up - Shockey or Andre Johnson?

Defensively, that Canes unit was real good. It's been 6 years now, and people might forget. But with Williams/McDougle coming off the edges, and William Joseph (NFL flop, but real good that year inside for them), they could cause trouble, along with Wilfork. The USC OL was good ... but could they handle that type of talent? I'm not sure they faced any unit that good all year long. The linebackers of Miami were athletic, fast, and dominant, with DJ and Jonathan Vilma. That secondary was special. Rumph was a NFL bust, but playing off of Buchanon and Reed, he was good. And the other two were real good collegians.

It would've been a great game. It's easy to look at Ken Dorsey and say "Matt Leinart vs. Ken Dorsey ... ", but let's not forget what a good collegiate QB Ken Dorsey was, able to utilize all his weapons. I just don't think the USC defense would be able to do enough to stop the Miami offense consistently, whereas the Miami defense was big, fast, and strong, and I think they would've neutralized the USC squad just enough. If I had to pick a score, I would've guessed (sure ... I know this is shooting myself in the foot and inviting people to blast me) - 27-20, Canes.

energizerbunny
03-15-2007, 07:13 PM
looking at the USC made me wonder, where is TOm "The Bomb" Malone now? I remember he almost declared early after they won the NC.

RaiderNation
03-15-2007, 07:16 PM
even though im a usc fan i think that miami team is just too good

Sniper
03-15-2007, 07:39 PM
Ouch That U team is filthy. I'd pay good money to see that matchup, and I'd think Miami would win about 31-30

elway777
03-15-2007, 09:51 PM
Pete Carroll,Norm Chow,Lane Kiffin,Steve Sarkisian > Miami coaching staff.

The talent is greater at Miami but SC's coaching staff would limit the gap.

bored of education
03-15-2007, 10:33 PM
Would LIMIT that gap.
Starting teams from wiki
QB Ken Dorsey
FB Najeh Davenport
HB Clinton Portis
TE Jeremy Shockey
SE Andre Johnson
FL Kevin Beard
LT Bryant McKinnie
LG Sherko Haji-Rasouli
C Brett Romberg
RG Martin Bibla
RT Joaquin Gonzalez

RE Jerome McDougle
DT Matt Walters
DT William Joseph
LE Andrew Williams
WLB D.J. Williams
MLB Jonathan Vilma
SLB Chris Campbell
RCB Mike Rumph
FS James Lewis
SS Ed Reed
LCB Phillip Buchanon

K Todd Sievers
P Freddie Capshaw
KR Andre Johnson
KR Frank Gore
PR Phillip Buchanon


Special teams damn.

First Team All-Americans
Phillip Buchanon, PR
Joaquin Gonzalez, RT
Bryant McKinnie, LT (consensus)
Ed Reed, SS (consensus)
Jeremy Shockey, TE
Todd Sievers, K

All-Conference Selections (First Team)
Martin Bibla, LG
Phillip Buchanon, CB
Freddie Capshaw, P
Ken Dorsey, QB
Joaquin Gonzalez, RT
Jerome McDougle, DE
Bryant McKinnie, LT
Clinton Portis, RB
Ed Reed, SS
Brett Romberg, C
Jeremy Shockey, TE
Todd Sievers, K
Jonathan Vilma, MLB

I think the offensive line would have made USC look silly. The defense would have made a key play or two to LIMIT the coaching. Special teams, edge Canes.

Vote - Canes

etk
03-15-2007, 11:03 PM
Can't deny the Canadian connection on the Miami line with Haji-Rasouli & Romberg. Canucks love to hit and know how to block :D

Finlayson56
03-16-2007, 12:20 AM
Miami would kill USC

terman
03-16-2007, 03:47 AM
I'd go with the Canes just based on sheer athleticism. As technically sound, well coached and tight knit the 04 USC team was, that Miami team was just ridiculously fast and strong. They were the Huns of the college football realm.

energizerbunny
03-17-2007, 01:41 PM
Can't deny the Canadian connection on the Miami line with Haji-Rasouli & Romberg. Canucks love to hit and know how to block :D

Joe McGrath is also Canadian, Canes OLine coach had a canadian pipeline there for a while.

Philliez01
03-17-2007, 04:49 PM
looking at the USC made me wonder, where is TOm "The Bomb" Malone now? I remember he almost declared early after they won the NC.

Malone was on the 49ers in TC but was one of the first roster cuts, I have no idea where he is right now.

omecool20
03-18-2007, 09:35 PM
It would be Miami though I had to admit it ;-) .. I think their D could handle the Trojans O better.

LonghornsLegend
03-19-2007, 01:24 AM
USC's defense wouldnt keep up....


i mean, Miami had mcgahee, portis, gore, and davenport all in the same backfield at the same time, thats enough said...and you can argue those players werent all stars at the time, or getting playingn time, or whatever, but the talent was their, and the athleticism, and the depth to keep everyone fresh legs.....

shockey and winslow, come on man....it wouldnt of been close, i dont think too many teams match up well with miami

david81
03-19-2007, 03:14 AM
Malone was on the 49ers in TC but was one of the first roster cuts, I have no idea where he is right now.

The Patriots, they're gonna give him a shot durin TC.

Acreboy
03-19-2007, 11:05 AM
USC wins by 10.

The offense would overpower that Hurricane D.

badgerbacker
03-19-2007, 09:22 PM
my sig says it all. THE U!I hope you are trying to make a joke about people from Miami not being able to spell Safety.

22,895
03-20-2007, 03:48 PM
USC would beat Miami (FL)
Breakdown:
If Ohio State was able to shut down McGahee. Then that USC Defense with Pete Carroll would be able to shut down McGahee and Portis. Plus, you have the Playmakers at LB with Lofa Tatupu and Matt Grootegoed. The passing attack with Matt Leinart conducting it with Steve Smith,Dwayne Jarrett,and Dominque Byrd. We would keep your DBs in check and also your LBs. Then we pound it with LenDale and Bush. Plus, when Miami would blitz our O-Line would pick it up. Our Defense like I said is was one of the best with our DT of Shaun Cody and Mike Patterson "Little Sapp" Then our DE of Kenechi Udeze. Our DBs of Justin Wyatt who had a very underrated year and the big hitter of Scott Ware. They would shut down Andre Johnson and Shockey to an extent.

SO you have

Matt Leinart vs. Ken Dorsey= Matt Leinart
Reggie Bush/ LenDale White vs Clint Portis/Willis McGahee= push
Dwayne Jarrett/Steve Smith vs. Andre Johnson/Kevin Beard= DJ/SS
Dominque Byrd vs. Jeremy Shockey= Jeremy Shockey
Shaun Cody/Little Sapp vs. Matt Walters/William Joseph= Cody/Patterson
Lofa Tatupu/Matt Grootegoed vs. D.J. Williams/Jonathan Vilma= Push
USC DB's vs. Miam (FL) DB's- Miami (FL)

So I would have to say my boys win Fight On USC!

zCaddyz
03-20-2007, 04:03 PM
U have just open up a old wound aout the whole ohio-mia game we should of won that game damn ref's and the U had better D and a just as good offence USC

YAYareaRB
03-20-2007, 06:55 PM
USC's defense wasn't even good.. They couldn't hold the Miami RB stable's jock straps. Its ridiculous to even argue that USC could stand a chance to the U. You name guys like Shaun Cody, Lofa Tatupu, Scott Ware, and Kenechi Udeze. I'll name guys like William Joseph, Vince Wilfork, Sean Taylor, D.J. Williams, and John Vilma. Your passing attack would be COMPLETELY shut down by the Miami DB's without question. Miami's speed and sheer athleticism at LB would check ANYONE coming out the backfield, whether it be Bush or White. Oh man, this isn't much of an argument.

draftguru151
03-20-2007, 08:01 PM
McGahee wasn't the 2nd back, Frank Gore was, McGahee was the FB.

Michigan
03-20-2007, 08:15 PM
Matt Leinart vs. Ken Dorsey= Matt Leinart
Reggie Bush/ LenDale White vs Clint Portis/Willis McGahee= push
Dwayne Jarrett/Steve Smith vs. Andre Johnson/Kevin Beard= DJ/SS
Dominque Byrd vs. Jeremy Shockey= Jeremy Shockey
Shaun Cody/Little Sapp vs. Matt Walters/William Joseph= Cody/Patterson
Lofa Tatupu/Matt Grootegoed vs. D.J. Williams/Jonathan Vilma= Push
USC DB's vs. Miam (FL) DB's- Miami (FL)


:Shocked Emoticon: x9999

YAYareaRB
03-20-2007, 08:48 PM
:Shocked Emoticon: x9999

QFT! This man ACTUALLY played with the idea of Matt Grootegoed being as good as D.J. Williams

draftguru151
03-20-2007, 08:50 PM
QFT! This man ACTUALLY played with the idea of Matt Grootegoed being as good as D.J. Williams

Tatupu anywhere near Vilma is just as comical.

DLS42
03-20-2007, 08:55 PM
QFT! This man ACTUALLY played with the idea of Matt Grootegoed being as good as D.J. Williams

Grootegoed was only close to D.J. in HS.

energizerbunny
03-20-2007, 09:56 PM
USC would beat Miami (FL)
Breakdown:
If Ohio State was able to shut down McGahee.



I think you have your years/facts mixed up. Portis was the RB and the team that lost to tOSU team was not nearly as good as the 2001 team. Most of that Oline graduated with Portis.

So in short, to say that because tOSU was able to shut down McGahee in the NC means absolutely nothing because it wasn't anywhere close to the 2001 team.

22,895
03-21-2007, 12:48 AM
QFT! This man ACTUALLY played with the idea of Matt Grootegoed being as good as D.J. Williams

Matt Grootegood was a Butkus Award Finalist. Just because he doesn't have that big name like Vilma doesn't mean he wasn't good. Grootegoed was a very underrated LB.

Tatupu in 25 games had 202 tackles, nine sacks, seven interceptions, three fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles, 18 pass deflections, and one touchdown. In that National Championship Game Adrian Peterson gained 82 yards rushing on 25 carries which ended up being a 3.3 Average.

leftwich7
03-22-2007, 10:43 PM
i believe the starting DB set was Ed Reed, Mike Rumph, Phillip Buchanon, and a FS that escapes my mind. Add that to Vilma and Williams at LB and ITS OVER!!!

energizerbunny
03-22-2007, 10:51 PM
USC would beat Miami (FL)
Breakdown:
If Ohio State was able to shut down McGahee. Then that USC Defense with Pete Carroll would be able to shut down McGahee and Portis. Plus, you have the Playmakers at LB with Lofa Tatupu and Matt Grootegoed. The passing attack with Matt Leinart conducting it with Steve Smith,Dwayne Jarrett,and Dominque Byrd. We would keep your DBs in check and also your LBs. Then we pound it with LenDale and Bush. Plus, when Miami would blitz our O-Line would pick it up. Our Defense like I said is was one of the best with our DT of Shaun Cody and Mike Patterson "Little Sapp" Then our DE of Kenechi Udeze. Our DBs of Justin Wyatt who had a very underrated year and the big hitter of Scott Ware. They would shut down Andre Johnson and Shockey to an extent.

SO you have

Matt Leinart vs. Ken Dorsey= Matt Leinart
Reggie Bush/ LenDale White vs Clint Portis/Willis McGahee= push
Dwayne Jarrett/Steve Smith vs. Andre Johnson/Kevin Beard= DJ/SS
Dominque Byrd vs. Jeremy Shockey= Jeremy Shockey
Shaun Cody/Little Sapp vs. Matt Walters/William Joseph= Cody/Patterson
Lofa Tatupu/Matt Grootegoed vs. D.J. Williams/Jonathan Vilma= Push
USC DB's vs. Miam (FL) DB's- Miami (FL)

So I would have to say my boys win Fight On USC!


Miami's oline was better.
Miami had better special teams
Miami also had a better overall Dline
I'll take Andre+Shockey+Beard over DJ+SS and Byrd as well.


Also who is going to cover Shockey and Andre? thats a huge mismatch

IMO Jarrett would have gotten owned by Mike Rumph and Smith would have been held in check by Phillip. Then Ed Reed and Lewis over the top.
DJ and Vilma would have at the very least kept the USC run game in check.

YAYareaRB
03-22-2007, 11:48 PM
Miami's oline was better.
Miami had better special teams
Miami also had a better overall Dline
I'll take Andre+Shockey+Beard over DJ+SS and Byrd as well.


Also who is going to cover Shockey and Andre? thats a huge mismatch

IMO Jarrett would have gotten owned by Mike Rumph and Smith would have been held in check by Phillip. Then Ed Reed and Lewis over the top.
DJ and Vilma would have at the very least kept the USC run game in check.

QFT.. BLAM BLAO!

Ewing
03-22-2007, 11:59 PM
I'll take the 2005 Texas Longhorns over both of them. The 05 Trojans were basically the same team as the 04 Trojans and they couldn't beat Texas. Nobody could stop Vince Young that year. Nobody.

sodar21
03-23-2007, 12:09 AM
You guys are forgetting USC had the better coach. Carroll >>>>>>>>>> Coker.

soybean
03-23-2007, 12:31 AM
I'll take the 2005 Texas Longhorns over both of them. The 05 Trojans were basically the same team as the 04 Trojans and they couldn't beat Texas. Nobody could stop Vince Young that year. Nobody.

wow, i don't even know what to say.

Ewing
03-23-2007, 02:13 AM
wow, i don't even know what to say.

You really want to debate on how good either Young or the Longhorns were in 2005? Don't just dismiss me because I'm praising a team that is never mentioned among the elite even though they should. Do you remember the month before they even played how ESPN was praising the Trojans as the greatest football team ever and that Texas had no shot of beating them? What about how they kept comparing the Trojans to great football teams in the past and saying the Trojans would win if they played? Even how they called it the greatest offense of all-time and nobody could stop it? Guess what? The Texans stopped it and Vince Young put the single greatest prefromance by a college football player ever. The Trojans and Hurricanes may have more prospects but I'd take the Longhorns in a football game over both.

22,895
03-23-2007, 03:22 AM
I'll take the 2005 Texas Longhorns over both of them. The 05 Trojans were basically the same team as the 04 Trojans and they couldn't beat Texas. Nobody could stop Vince Young that year. Nobody.


No. Dead wrong right there. Our 05 Trojans loss about 90-95% of our Defense due to injury and the Draft. The Offense was pretty much the same but our Defense was WAY different. Our 04 team had a much better Defense that would have held Young in check with Cody and Patterson putting pressure and Tatupu and MG stopping him. Give me the 2004 USC Trojans against anybody.

Ewing
03-23-2007, 05:18 AM
No. Dead wrong right there. Our 05 Trojans loss about 90-95% of our Defense due to injury and the Draft. The Offense was pretty much the same but our Defense was WAY different. Our 04 team had a much better Defense that would have held Young in check with Cody and Patterson putting pressure and Tatupu and MG stopping him. Give me the 2004 USC Trojans against anybody.

I'm sure that if the 04 Trojans were to lose Leinart would still claim them as the better team.

Jericho@SC
03-23-2007, 07:38 AM
I'm sure that if the 04 Trojans were to lose Leinart would still claim them as the better team.

The 2004 Trojans were definitely a better team than the 05 Longhorns. Vince Young's team beat a USC team that lost 4 All Americans on defense by 3 points in a nailbiter.

You can't tell me that Lofa Tatupu, Mike Patterson, Shaun Cody, and Eric Wright (A first round pick,2 2nd rounders and a potential 1st round pick) would not be the difference. That's not even counting All American Matt Grootegoed.

Ewing
03-23-2007, 12:52 PM
The 2004 Trojans were definitely a better team than the 05 Longhorns. Vince Young's team beat a USC team that lost 4 All Americans on defense by 3 points in a nailbiter.

You can't tell me that Lofa Tatupu, Mike Patterson, Shaun Cody, and Eric Wright (A first round pick,2 2nd rounders and a potential 1st round pick) would not be the difference. That's not even counting All American Matt Grootegoed.

Yeah it would have made a difference but Young would have still killed them when it really matter. No college quarterback has ever been that good in the clutch.

constant cough
03-23-2007, 01:23 PM
Um, no.

04 LSU was Russell's first year as QB. They went 9-3 and lost to Iowa in the Capitol One Bowl.

04 USC went 13-0 and killed Oklahoma 55-19. Thanks for playing.

Pretty sure when LSU beat Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl it was January 2004.

Just like I'm pretty sure when USC beat Oklahoma it was the January 2005.

The answer is still Miami by the way.

22,895
03-23-2007, 01:38 PM
I'm sure that if the 04 Trojans were to lose Leinart would still claim them as the better team.

Well no then it would basically balance out to be worse then the 05 Trojans. That's like me saying If you guys loss 90% of your Defense you would still claim that the 05 Texas Longhorns team would still be better.

soybean
03-23-2007, 02:34 PM
Yeah it would have made a difference but Young would have still killed them when it really matter. No college quarterback has ever been that good in the clutch.

no one is doubting young, he might be one of the most athletic players to ever play ncaaf but i don't agree that they're an elite team. Sure they made the necessary plays but as far as elite players goes only vince young and michael huff stand out to me. Besides vince would have got no where against miami.

Jericho@SC
03-23-2007, 03:17 PM
Pretty sure when LSU beat Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl it was January 2004.

Just like I'm pretty sure when USC beat Oklahoma it was the January 2005.

The answer is still Miami by the way.

I'm pretty sure you know what I meant, so no need to get cute. When people refer to 04 USC it's pretty obvious they are talking about the team that had Matt Leinart as the Heisman Trophy winner and won the BCS National Championship against Oklahoma.

Big Mike
03-23-2007, 04:38 PM
I pick Miami Hurricanes

constant cough
03-23-2007, 04:39 PM
Actually I did misunderstand at first then you got cute so I got cute back. But now that I do know what was meant the answer is still Miami. Cheers!

Jericho@SC
03-23-2007, 05:29 PM
Actually I did misunderstand at first then you got cute so I got cute back. But now that I do know what was meant the answer is still Miami. Cheers!

Cool. But what I was originally taking issue with you in saying that LSU was better than USC during the bulk of 04 August-December.

And no, I don't think '03 LSU (regular season games played in Aug-Dec) was better than '04 USC. They weren't even better than 03 USC.

TigerBait45
03-23-2007, 10:58 PM
'01 Miami was probably better, but I think they were both two of the 5 best teams I've ever seen. That Miami team had a ridiculous defense, while USC could throw 50 on just about anyone (they had a really good defense, too.)

The '05 team got talked up a lot, but it was the '04 team that was really worth the hype.

Haha, now I get to defend my Tigers. When we split the title, (fairly, I might add. USC was just as deserving) that LSU defense was intense, and played with a chip on its shoulder. If they had played the game, I don't know who would've won, but I know it would've been really competitive.

BaLLiN
03-24-2007, 07:31 AM
Remember Maurice Sikes, safety #36, where is he? And I definitely think Miami wins.

JRTPlaya21
03-25-2007, 01:31 PM
You really want to debate on how good either Young or the Longhorns were in 2005? Don't just dismiss me because I'm praising a team that is never mentioned among the elite even though they should. Do you remember the month before they even played how ESPN was praising the Trojans as the greatest football team ever and that Texas had no shot of beating them? What about how they kept comparing the Trojans to great football teams in the past and saying the Trojans would win if they played? Even how they called it the greatest offense of all-time and nobody could stop it? Guess what? The Texans stopped it and Vince Young put the single greatest prefromance by a college football player ever. The Trojans and Hurricanes may have more prospects but I'd take the Longhorns in a football game over both.

I did not know that the Texans played college football. Vince Young's performance was probably the best one of the past like 5 to 10 years, but all-time is a stretch.

energizerbunny
03-25-2007, 01:50 PM
VY's magic would run out against either of those teams, UT just didn't have the talent that these teams had to compensate

KBear
03-25-2007, 02:49 PM
I'd go with Miami in a regular season game, but if it was a bowl game, I would have to go with USC. You give their coaching staff that year with that much talent on offence, and they would find a way to beat you.

Clayton89
03-25-2007, 04:25 PM
USC would beat Miami (FL)
Breakdown:
If Ohio State was able to shut down McGahee. Then that USC Defense with Pete Carroll would be able to shut down McGahee and Portis. Plus, you have the Playmakers at LB with Lofa Tatupu and Matt Grootegoed. The passing attack with Matt Leinart conducting it with Steve Smith,Dwayne Jarrett,and Dominque Byrd. We would keep your DBs in check and also your LBs. Then we pound it with LenDale and Bush. Plus, when Miami would blitz our O-Line would pick it up. Our Defense like I said is was one of the best with our DT of Shaun Cody and Mike Patterson "Little Sapp" Then our DE of Kenechi Udeze. Our DBs of Justin Wyatt who had a very underrated year and the big hitter of Scott Ware. They would shut down Andre Johnson and Shockey to an extent.

SO you have

Matt Leinart vs. Ken Dorsey= Matt Leinart
Reggie Bush/ LenDale White vs Clint Portis/Willis McGahee= push
Dwayne Jarrett/Steve Smith vs. Andre Johnson/Kevin Beard= DJ/SS
Dominque Byrd vs. Jeremy Shockey= Jeremy Shockey
Shaun Cody/Little Sapp vs. Matt Walters/William Joseph= Cody/Patterson
Lofa Tatupu/Matt Grootegoed vs. D.J. Williams/Jonathan Vilma= Push
USC DB's vs. Miam (FL) DB's- Miami (FL)

So I would have to say my boys win Fight On USC!

Lofa Tatupu/Matt Grootegoed vs. D.J. Williams/Jonathan Vilma= Push , No way are Tatupu and Grootegoed as good as Williams and Vilma and Udeze wasnt even on the team and the Ohio State Defense from the Fiesta Bowl was tons better than any defense the Trojans have had in the last 5 years.

terman
03-26-2007, 04:40 AM
"You really want to debate on how good either Young or the Longhorns were in 2005? Don't just dismiss me because I'm praising a team that is never mentioned among the elite even though they should. Do you remember the month before they even played how ESPN was praising the Trojans as the greatest football team ever and that Texas had no shot of beating them? What about how they kept comparing the Trojans to great football teams in the past and saying the Trojans would win if they played? Even how they called it the greatest offense of all-time and nobody could stop it? Guess what? The Texans stopped it and Vince Young put the single greatest prefromance by a college football player ever. The Trojans and Hurricanes may have more prospects but I'd take the Longhorns in a football game over both."

I don't think the laugh emoticon gives a fair representation of the hilariousness of this comment. Seriously, that was ****ing amazing.

Bengals1690
03-26-2007, 10:21 AM
miami, easily.

heavyduty
03-26-2007, 10:38 AM
USC would beat Miami (FL)
Breakdown:
If Ohio State was able to shut down McGahee. Then that USC Defense with Pete Carroll would be able to shut down McGahee and Portis. Plus, you have the Playmakers at LB with Lofa Tatupu and Matt Grootegoed. The passing attack with Matt Leinart conducting it with Steve Smith,Dwayne Jarrett,and Dominque Byrd. We would keep your DBs in check and also your LBs. Then we pound it with LenDale and Bush. Plus, when Miami would blitz our O-Line would pick it up. Our Defense like I said is was one of the best with our DT of Shaun Cody and Mike Patterson "Little Sapp" Then our DE of Kenechi Udeze. Our DBs of Justin Wyatt who had a very underrated year and the big hitter of Scott Ware. They would shut down Andre Johnson and Shockey to an extent.

SO you have

Matt Leinart vs. Ken Dorsey= Matt Leinart
Reggie Bush/ LenDale White vs Clint Portis/Willis McGahee= push
Dwayne Jarrett/Steve Smith vs. Andre Johnson/Kevin Beard= DJ/SS
Dominque Byrd vs. Jeremy Shockey= Jeremy Shockey
Shaun Cody/Little Sapp vs. Matt Walters/William Joseph= Cody/Patterson
Lofa Tatupu/Matt Grootegoed vs. D.J. Williams/Jonathan Vilma= Push
USC DB's vs. Miam (FL) DB's- Miami (FL)

So I would have to say my boys win Fight On USC!


As much as i liked watching the Thunder and Lightening of Bush and White, i think that Portis and McGahee are better any day of the week.

YAYareaRB
03-26-2007, 10:57 AM
Miami's depth kills any chance that USC had in this fantasy match up.

Severe Punishment
03-30-2007, 02:20 AM
When it all comes down to it ...it'd either be Leinart versus the Miami D or Ken Dorsey against the SC defense.


....I'd take Leinart and USC and roll the dice. Ken Dorsey was putrid.

draftguru151
03-30-2007, 08:40 AM
When it all comes down to it ...it'd either be Leinart versus the Miami D or Ken Dorsey against the SC defense.


....I'd take Leinart and USC and roll the dice. Ken Dorsey was putrid.


You mean the two time heisman finalist? Are you kidding me?

energizerbunny
03-30-2007, 02:00 PM
When it all comes down to it ...it'd either be Leinart versus the Miami D or Ken Dorsey against the SC defense.


....I'd take Leinart and USC and roll the dice. Ken Dorsey was putrid.


You must be to young to remember Dorsey's greatness, truely a game manager at its finest. 86 Tds to 28 ints in 3.5years as a starter.

Severe Punishment
03-30-2007, 02:18 PM
You mean the two time heisman finalist? Are you kidding me?
Jason White won a heisman.....pretty weak "point".
Leinart as a QB versus Ken freakin Dorsey
NO contest.

Severe Punishment
03-30-2007, 02:22 PM
You must be to young to remember Dorsey's greatness, truely a game manager at its finest. 86 Tds to 28 ints in 3.5years as a starter.
The epitome of how a system can inflate a QB's stats.
Let's see...Dorsey the athlete / college QB ...pretty lame. His surrounding
cast...brilliant.

Leinart as an athelte ..eh, not so much...as a college QB ? perhaps one of the 10 best ever.

Seriously, you all talk about the "depth" ...how does guys watching from the sidelines alter the score. They don't. If the question was "Who had the MOST talent as a WHOLE team ?" then I might be inclined to say Da U.
But the question was who would win a GAME between the 2. and seriously the USC team went almost 3 years without losing. The only reason they did was because Vince Young had a miracle last drive.
It's USC ...and probably by 10.

draftguru151
03-30-2007, 02:24 PM
Jason White won a heisman.....pretty weak "point".
Leinart as a QB versus Ken freakin Dorsey
NO contest.

This has nothing to do with pro players. Jason White was a great college QB, as was Dorsey.

draftguru151
03-30-2007, 02:26 PM
The epitome of how a system can inflate a QB's stats.
Let's see...Dorsey the athlete / college QB ...pretty lame. His surrounding
cast...brilliant.

Leinart as an athelte ..eh, not so much...as a college QB ? perhaps one of the 10 best ever.

Seriously, you all talk about the "depth" ...how does guys watching from the sidelines alter the score. They don't. If the question was "Who had the MOST talent as a WHOLE team ?" then I might be inclined to say Da U.
But the question was who would win a GAME between the 2. and seriously the USC team went almost 3 years without losing. The only reason they did was because Vince Young had a miracle last drive.
It's USC ...and probably by 10.

The UM team lost twice in 3 years. The USC team lost, guess how many games? 2.

Severe Punishment
03-30-2007, 02:34 PM
So stats are the end to all means ?...are you seriously suggesting that ?

draftguru151
03-30-2007, 04:03 PM
Where did I even remotely suggest that?

YAYareaRB
03-30-2007, 06:26 PM
So stats are the end to all means ?...are you seriously suggesting that ?

I think Draftguru was just stating that being a good Pro QB has nothing to do being a good College QB.

DoWnThEfiElD
03-30-2007, 06:58 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNlVvkcq8sQ

01 Miami was stacked. 42.6-9.75 average score of their games against 6 top 25 teams, which 5 of them they played to end the season in a row. They killed FL. ST. at home where they had won something like 37 straight. This is prob the best college football team ever, they had the attitude and everything, they were not going to be beat, their close games were not even ever that close. 16 of the players on this team were drafted in the 1st round eventually, that has never happened, and may never happen again. Another impressive record, set the NCAA record for largest margin of victory against consecutive ranked opponents 124-7 (Syracuse/Wash). Those two hits by Vilma in the 4th Quarter of the National Championship game just put an excellent cap to the season and was what that team was all about.

SenorGato
03-30-2007, 08:48 PM
It's Miami and I don't think its a contest.

USC at its best was ALMOST as talented, but nowhere near as tough, mean, and athletic as Miami.

Geomar
04-13-2007, 12:13 AM
severe punishment u r wrong to question against the 2001 miami team how about u and usc go get a new coach and win a national championship in the first year i bet u ur usc team can do that wow yu must have never seen ken dorsey play he used to take over games in less than a minute and u say matt leinart is better when he tkes freekin 3 minutes to take over a game and also dont think 2004 usc is the best because u know what the only reason why u won ur national championship by a huge margin of points is because adrian peterson went down with an injury in that game in the 1st quarter and dont say it doesnt matter about an injury because u know what teams that are gonna win a game and lose a star player have to get it together ur lucky that you didnt lose leinart bush and ur stupid 2004 usc defense.

kellen winslow: WE DONT CARE ABOUT ANYONE BUT THIS U.

i dont think usc had a great player who can hype up his teamates dont say reggie bush because he did not say anything like that in a game

So why dont u just admit ur some little kid who has started watching football 3 years ago and does not even know anything about football
the only team that can beat the 2001 miami team is no one and just wait u little brady quinn fan because the U will be back for the 6th title very soon

Zyro_1014
04-13-2007, 12:24 AM
severe punishment u r wrong to question against the 2001 miami team how about u and usc go get a new coach and win a national championship in the first year i bet u ur usc team can do that wow yu must have never seen ken dorsey play he used to take over games in less than a minute and u say matt leinart is better when he tkes freekin 3 minutes to take over a game and also dont think 2004 usc is the best because u know what the only reason why u won ur national championship by a huge margin of points is because adrian peterson went down with an injury in that game in the 1st quarter and dont say it doesnt matter about an injury because u know what teams that are gonna win a game and lose a star player have to get it together ur lucky that you didnt lose leinart bush and ur stupid 2004 usc defense.

kellen winslow: WE DONT CARE ABOUT ANYONE BUT THIS U.

i dont think usc had a great player who can hype up his teamates dont say reggie bush because he did not say anything like that in a game

So why dont u just admit ur some little kid who has started watching football 3 years ago and does not even know anything about football
the only team that can beat the 2001 miami team is no one and just wait u little brady quinn fan because the U will be back for the 6th title very soon

dude your retarted, if your gonna say somethin at least have it be right. Adrian Peterson did not go down with an injury in that game man, he played the whole game and USC handed it to him all game. OU thought they were hot **** going into that game and came out a bunch of girls. USC handed it too them that year and it was a very dominate performance. Ill say it again the think the Miami team would win, but get your facts straght man