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Key Prospect Watch Tonight: #8 Cincinnati vs. #21 South Florida

Obviously, there are several well-heard-of names that many around here talk about quite frequently. Pass-rushers, Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers and more are going to be on display tonight so keep those eyes open. You don't want to miss this game, as it should be a good one.

Go Cincinnati.


#8 Cincinnati vs. #21 South Florida, 7:30 EST (ESPN)

Cincinnati:
WR Marshawn Gilyard, 6-0 187 4.51
QB Tony Pike, 6-6 226 4.89
SS Aaron Webster, 6-2 211 4.54

South Florida:
DE/OLB George Selvie, 6-3 245 4.78
FS Nate Allen, 6-1 206 4.50
CB Jerome Murphy, 6-1 185 4.48
ILB Kion Wilson, 6-1 235 4.74

[ Edited by OnTheClock on Oct 15, 2009 at 14:19:57 ]
Hmm, I'd like to see what all the hype is about concerning Tony Pike.
I'm really looking forward to seeing Pike, Gilyard, and Selvie in this game.
I'm lookin forward to seeing Pike as well. How has Selvie looked this year?
Originally posted by JDeezy:
I'm lookin forward to seeing Pike as well. How has Selvie looked this year?

He's beek okay. Not doing anything all that impressive really.

2 sacks, 4.5 tackles for loss.
kiper is talking up some junior college kid for south florida...plays def end and has a haitian sounding name (3 names, like jean paul --- or the like)..he says they may have best dline in counrty
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by JDeezy:
I'm lookin forward to seeing Pike as well. How has Selvie looked this year?

He's beek okay. Not doing anything all that impressive really.

2 sacks, 4.5 tackles for loss.

I don't think Selvie cracks the 1st.
Originally posted by hofer36:
kiper is talking up some junior college kid for south florida...plays def end and has a haitian sounding name (3 names, like jean paul --- or the like)..he says they may have best dline in counrty

Pierre-Paul. A Junior rising up some boards. Don't think he'd declare but he's looking like a 2nd day guy. At 6-6 265, he's more of a 4-3 end. I don't think he has near enough athleticism or agility to play OLB in a 3-4. He'd likely be asked to add weight and play end.

[ Edited by OnTheClock on Oct 15, 2009 at 19:05:02 ]
Pike, Gilyard, and Selvie have all looked good so far.
Pike injured his wrist.

They fear he's rebroken his non-throwing arm. Went into the locker-room for X-Rays.
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Talking about holding on to the ball too long!!! Damn Pike.
This Pierre-Paul guy for USF is incredible.
Gilyard, Webster, and Allen are helping themselves.

Pike (sort of an up and down game -- some questionable throws) and Murphy (bad penalties) are not particularly doing all that stellar.
The USF QB is McNabb