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Titans10 12-13-2006 12:27 AM

if each confrence had an all-star team and they played...
 
i saw someone post this in the All SEC thread and thought it would be a good idea to make its own thread

If each confrence made an all-star team and they played one another who would win and why?

and if you really want to get into it post your own confences all star team

Shane P. Hallam 12-13-2006 12:31 AM

Hmmm, rough. I think it'd be a battle between the SEC and Big Ten. Big East could make a run. Honestly, and with a little bias, I think the Big Ten could take it. Better QB, Better RB, we have dominant LBs and a very good secondary. Man, it'd be stacked.

doingthisinsteadofwork 12-13-2006 12:34 AM

Yah its definetely SEC vs. Big 10.
I say SEC.

P-L 12-13-2006 12:38 AM

Big 10 imo, and that is how I truely feel. They'd have an elite OL (Thomas and Long at OT, Grimes and Jones at OG, and Datish at C), the best college QB in Troy Smith, a scary WR corps with Ginn, Manningham, and Gonzalez and the best all around TE in Matt Spaeth.

A DL of Woodley, Branch, Pitcock, and Spencer would be nasty. The LB corps would include Posluszny, Laurinaitis, and Harris. The only weak spot would be the secondary, although Leon Hall is one of the top corners.

The SEC could probably come close to, or have a better defense than the Big 10, but the offense would be too good. Let's get some other teams posted.
L

DChess 12-13-2006 12:52 AM

big 10, more like if it was michigna and osu then they would beat anybody although michigan has a population that mainly consists of inbred children

Shane P. Hallam 12-13-2006 01:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Patriots-Lions
Big 10 imo, and that is how I truely feel. They'd have an elite OL (Thomas and Long at OT, Grimes and Jones at OG, and Datish at C), the best college QB in Troy Smith, a scary WR corps with Ginn, Manningham, and Gonzalez and the best all around TE in Matt Spaeth.

A DL of Woodley, Branch, Pitcock, and Spencer would be nasty. The LB corps would include Posluszny, Laurinaitis, and Harris. The only weak spot would be the secondary, although Leon Hall is one of the top corners.

The SEC could probably come close to, or have a better defense than the Big 10, but the offense would be too good. Let's get some other teams posted.
L

Even tossing in some of the lower team guys. James Hardy at WR, Malcolm Jenkins at CB. And RB? Imagine P.J. Hill and Mike Hart. Damn...

B-Dawk 12-13-2006 01:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Patriots-Lions
Big 10 imo, and that is how I truely feel. They'd have an elite OL (Thomas and Long at OT, Grimes and Jones at OG, and Datish at C), the best college QB in Troy Smith, a scary WR corps with Ginn, Manningham, and Gonzalez and the best all around TE in Matt Spaeth.

A DL of Woodley, Branch, Pitcock, and Spencer would be nasty. The LB corps would include Posluszny, Laurinaitis, and Harris. The only weak spot would be the secondary, although Leon Hall is one of the top corners.

The SEC could probably come close to, or have a better defense than the Big 10, but the offense would be too good. Let's get some other teams posted.
L

The Big 10 would also have King and Jenkins at corner not a weak spot at all imo.

soybean 12-13-2006 01:26 AM

All i know is the PAC-10 gets the kicker advantage, with justin medlock and alex serna. hahah.

snuff 12-13-2006 01:42 AM

Big-10 for reasons pointed out above.

Mr. Stiller 12-13-2006 02:20 AM

QB: Troy Smith -> Chad Henne -> Drew Stanton
RB: PJ Hill -> Mike Hart -> Tony Hunt -> Antonio Pittman
FB: Dane Todd -> Brandon Snow
WR: Ted Ginn -> Derrick Williams -> Steve Breaston
WR: James Hardy -> Ernie Wheelwright -> Dorien Bryant
WR: Mario Manningham -> Anthony Gonzalez -> Kerry Reid
TE: Matt Spaeth -> Matt Herian -> Tyler Ecker
LT: Joe Thomas -> Levi Brown -> Mike Otto
LG: Jordan Grimes -> Ryan Keenan
OC: Doug Datish -> Mike Bihl
RG: Mike Jones -> Reuben Riley
RT: Jake Long -> Joe Ainslie -> Charles Myles


4-3:

LDE: LaMarr Woodley -> Jay Moore
LDT: Alan Branch -> Jay Alford
RDT: Quinn Pitcock -> David Patterson
RDE: Anthony Spencer -> Adam Carriker

LOLB: Paul Pozlusny -> Nick Roach
MLB: David Harris -> James Laurainitis
ROLB: Dan Connor -> David Herron

CB: Leon Hall -> Justin King
CB: Marquice Cole -> Alan Ball

FS: Willis Barringer -> Rod Rogers
SS: Joe Stellmacher -> Brian Heinz


I'm sure i forgot some people.

P-L 12-13-2006 02:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by B-Dawk
Quote:

Originally Posted by Patriots-Lions
Big 10 imo, and that is how I truely feel. They'd have an elite OL (Thomas and Long at OT, Grimes and Jones at OG, and Datish at C), the best college QB in Troy Smith, a scary WR corps with Ginn, Manningham, and Gonzalez and the best all around TE in Matt Spaeth.

A DL of Woodley, Branch, Pitcock, and Spencer would be nasty. The LB corps would include Posluszny, Laurinaitis, and Harris. The only weak spot would be the secondary, although Leon Hall is one of the top corners.

The SEC could probably come close to, or have a better defense than the Big 10, but the offense would be too good. Let's get some other teams posted.
L

The Big 10 would also have King and Jenkins at corner not a weak spot at all imo.

Well it wouldn't be 'weak' per say, but compared to other teams it wouldn't be a strong point.

snuff 12-13-2006 02:52 AM

QB: JaMarcus Russell -> Chris Leak
RB: Darren McFadden -> Kenny Irons
FB:
WR: Robert Meachem -> Marcus Monk
WR: EB -> Sidney Rice
WR: Dwayne Bowe -> Dallas Baker
TE: Martrez Milner
LT: Tony Ugoh
LG: Ben Grubbs
OC: ?
RG: Tim Duckworth
RT: Aaron Sears


4-3:

LDE: Charles Johnson
LDT: ?
RDT: Glenn Dorsey
RDE: Quentin Groves

LOLB: Jerod Mayo -> Earl Everett
MLB: Patrick Willis -> Buster Davis
ROLB: philip Wheeler -> Brandon Siler

CB: Ryan Smith -> Fred Bennet
CB: David Irons ->

FS: LaRon Landry -> Johnathan Hefney
SS: Reggie Nelson -> Tra Battle

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

On the big10 Mike Hart > PJ Hill
CB should be Malcolm Jenkins
OG should be T.J Downing

Mr. Stiller 12-13-2006 04:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by snuff
QB: JaMarcus Russell -> Chris Leak
RB: Darren McFadden -> Kenny Irons
FB:
WR: Robert Meachem -> Marcus Monk
WR: EB -> Sidney Rice
WR: Dwayne Bowe -> Dallas Baker
TE: Martrez Milner
LT: Tony Ugoh
LG: Ben Grubbs
OC: ?
RG: Tim Duckworth
RT: Aaron Sears


4-3:

LDE: Charles Johnson
LDT: ?
RDT: Glenn Dorsey
RDE: Quentin Groves

LOLB: Jerod Mayo -> Earl Everett
MLB: Patrick Willis -> Buster Davis
ROLB: philip Wheeler -> Brandon Siler

CB: Ryan Smith -> Fred Bennet
CB: David Irons ->

FS: LaRon Landry -> Johnathan Hefney
SS: Reggie Nelson -> Tra Battle

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

On the big10 Mike Hart > PJ Hill
CB should be Malcolm Jenkins
OG should be T.J Downing


Le'Ron McClain and Tim Castille at FB.. Ramzee Robinson at CB, Chris White at Center, and Justin Harrell at DT.




I'm just thinking of Big 10 ... that'd be a heck of a conference to run a 3-4...

Carriker/Branch at DE... Haven't thouhgt of a NT yet.

Spencer/Woodley/Gholston outside....

Connor, Harris, Puz, Laurainitis Inside

keylime_5 12-13-2006 10:47 AM

The Big Ten team would win. I mean who could beat this team?

QB-Troy Smith (heisman winner)
RB-Michael Hart
WR-Mario Manningham
WR-Ted Ginn Jr.
WR-Anthony Gonzalez
TE-Matt Spaeth (mackey winner)
LT-Joe Thomas (outland)
LG-Mike Jones
C-Doug Datish
RG-TJ Downing
RT-Jake Long

LE-Anthony Spencer
DT-Alan Branch
DT-Quinn Pitcock
RE-LaMarr Woodley (Lombardi)
LB-David Harris
LB-James Laurinaitis (Nagurski)
LB-Paul Posluszny (Bednarik)
CB-Leon Hall
CB-Malcolm Jenkins
S-Antonio Smith
S-Anthony Scirroto

That's a really awesome team, and it would have the better defense of any conference not to mention the best offense of any conference all star team by far. Hall and Jenkins might be the 2 best CBs in college football.

TPFKA#1SaintsFan 12-13-2006 11:25 AM

SEC all the way. On offense, we have the best WR corps BAR NONE. Add in a quarterback with the strongest arm in college football and a sophomore RB who is a Heisman candidate, and you've got a pretty darn good offense. As for the defense, there is no question in my mind that we've got the best in the nation.


QB - JaMarcus Russell / Andre Woodson / Chris Leak
RB - Darren McFadden / Kenny Irons / Felix Jones
WR - Robert Meachem / Dwayne Bowe / Sidney Rice / Dallas Baker / Earl Bennett
TE - Martrez Milner
LT - Tony Ugoh
LG - Ben Grubbs
C - Jonathan Luigs
RG - Tim Duckworth
RT - Arron Sears


DE - Quentin Groves / Quentin Moses
DT - Glenn Dorsey / Justin Harrell
DT - Ray McDonald / Marcus Thomas
DE - Charles Johnson / Tyson Jackson
OLB - Earl Everett / Will Herring
ILB - Patrick Willis / Quinton Culberson
OLB - Sam Olajubutu / Ali Highsmith
CB - David Irons / Fred Bennett
CB - Ryan Smith / Jonathan Wade
FS - LaRon Landry / Jonathan Hefney
SS - Reggie Nelson / Tra Battle

Mr. Stiller 12-13-2006 11:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by keylime_5
The Big Ten team would win. I mean who could beat this team?

QB-Troy Smith (heisman winner)
RB-Michael Hart
WR-Mario Manningham
WR-Ted Ginn Jr.
WR-Anthony Gonzalez
TE-Matt Spaeth (mackey winner)
LT-Joe Thomas (outland)
LG-Mike Jones
C-Doug Datish
RG-TJ Downing
RT-Jake Long

LE-Anthony Spencer
DT-Alan Branch
DT-Quinn Pitcock
RE-LaMarr Woodley (Lombardi)
LB-David Harris
LB-James Laurinaitis (Nagurski)
LB-Paul Posluszny (Bednarik)
CB-Leon Hall
CB-Malcolm Jenkins
S-Antonio Smith
S-Anthony Scirroto

That's a really awesome team, and it would have the better defense of any conference not to mention the best offense of any conference all star team by far. Hall and Jenkins might be the 2 best CBs in college football.


Justin King should be on that list somewhere.

danman253 12-13-2006 11:32 AM

That SEC OL can't hold a candle to the Big Tens. The Big ten front seven would be all over them.

danman253 12-13-2006 11:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr. Stiller
QB: Troy Smith -> Chad Henne -> Drew Stanton
RB: PJ Hill -> Mike Hart -> Tony Hunt -> Antonio Pittman
FB: Dane Todd -> Brandon Snow
WR: Ted Ginn -> Derrick Williams -> Steve Breaston
WR: James Hardy -> Ernie Wheelwright -> Dorien Bryant
WR: Mario Manningham -> Anthony Gonzalez -> Kerry Reid
TE: Matt Spaeth -> Matt Herian -> Tyler Ecker
LT: Joe Thomas -> Levi Brown -> Mike Otto
LG: Jordan Grimes -> Ryan Keenan
OC: Doug Datish -> Mike Bihl
RG: Mike Jones -> Reuben Riley
RT: Jake Long -> Joe Ainslie -> Charles Myles


4-3:

LDE: LaMarr Woodley -> Jay Moore
LDT: Alan Branch -> Jay Alford
RDT: Quinn Pitcock -> David Patterson
RDE: Anthony Spencer -> Adam Carriker

LOLB: Paul Pozlusny -> Nick Roach
MLB: David Harris -> James Laurainitis
ROLB: Dan Connor -> David Herron

CB: Leon Hall -> Justin King
CB: Marquice Cole -> Alan Ball

FS: Willis Barringer -> Rod Rogers
SS: Joe Stellmacher -> Brian Heinz


I'm sure i forgot some people.

Ok, i do not know why you have PJ Hill over Mike Hart. I'm sorry but that is one of the insanely dumb things i have seen.

BrownsTown 12-13-2006 11:52 AM

Big 10, easily.

danman253 12-13-2006 12:01 PM

QB: Troy Smith, Chad Henne, Drew Stanton
RB: Mike Hart, Tony Hunt, PJ Hill
FB: Stan White, Oli Oluigbo
WR: Mario Manningham, Ted Ginn, Anthony Gonzalez, James Hardy, Derrick Williams
TE: Matt Spaeth, Andrew Quarless, Scott Chandler
LT: Joe Thomas, Levi Brown,
LG: Mike Jones, Jordan Grimes
C: Doug Datish, Mark Bihl
RG: TJ Downing, Rueben RIley
RT: Jake Long, Mike Otto

LDE: Lamarr Woodley, Kenny Iwebema(sp?)
DT: Alan Branch, Jay Alford
DT: Quinn Pitcock, David Patterson
RDE: Anthony Spencer, Vernon Gholston
LOLB: Paul Posluszny, Shawn Crable
ILB: David Harris, James Laurinitis
ROLB: Dan Connor, Sean Lee
CB: Leon Hall, Justin King
SS: Anthony Scirrotto, Jamario O'Neal
FS: Rod Rogers, Marcus Paschal
CB: Malcolm Jenkins, Vontae Davis
K: Garrett Rivas
P: Jeremy Kapinos

KR: Ted Ginn
PR: Steve Breaston

TIP 12-13-2006 12:14 PM

QB- Troy Smith, Chad Henne, Drew Stanton
RB-Michael Hart, Tony Hunt, P.J. Hill
WR-Mario Manningham (4th. Derrick Williams)
WR-Ted Ginn Jr. (5th James HArdy)
WR-Anthony Gonzalez
TE-Matt Spaeth, Scott Chandler, Andrew Quarless
LT-Joe Thomas, Levi BrownLG
LG-Mike Jones, Jordan Grimes
C-Doug Datish, Mark Bihl
RG-TJ Downing, Ruben Riley
RT-Jake Long, Mike Otto

LE-Lamarr Woodley, Kenny Iwebema
DT-Alan Branch, Jay Alford
DT-Quinn Pitcock, Patterson
RE-Anthony Spencer, Tim Shaw
LB-David Harris, James Laurenitis
LB-Dan Connor, Jay Lehman
LB-Paul Posluszny, Sean Lee
CB-Leon Hall, Vontae Davis
CB-Justin King, Malcolm Jenkins
S- Marcus Paschal, Jamario O'Neal
S-Anthony Scirroto, Roderick Rogers

K- Garrett Rivas
P- Jeremy Kapinos


That's a stacked team, especially at LB

TIP 12-13-2006 12:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
SEC all the way. On offense, we have the best WR corps BAR NONE. Add in a quarterback with the strongest arm in college football and a sophomore RB who is a Heisman candidate, and you've got a pretty darn good offense. As for the defense, there is no question in my mind that we've got the best in the nation.


QB - JaMarcus Russell / Andre Woodson / Chris Leak
RB - Darren McFadden / Kenny Irons / Felix Jones
WR - Robert Meachem / Dwayne Bowe / Sidney Rice / Dallas Baker / Earl Bennett
TE - Martrez Milner
LT - Tony Ugoh
LG - Ben Grubbs
C - Jonathan Luigs
RG - Tim Duckworth
RT - Arron Sears


DE - Quentin Groves / Quentin Moses
DT - Glenn Dorsey / Justin Harrell
DT - Ray McDonald / Marcus Thomas
DE - Charles Johnson / Tyson Jackson
OLB - Earl Everett / Will Herring
ILB - Patrick Willis / Quinton Culberson
OLB - Sam Olajubutu / Ali Highsmith
CB - David Irons / Fred Bennett
CB - Ryan Smith / Jonathan Wade
FS - LaRon Landry / Jonathan Hefney
SS - Reggie Nelson / Tra Battle


Pac 10 is better with Jarrett, Smith, Jackson, Jason Hill and Chris McPhoy. If you think THe SEC has a better defense than the Big Ten you are insane.

soybean 12-13-2006 12:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TIP
Quote:

Originally Posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
SEC all the way. On offense, we have the best WR corps BAR NONE. Add in a quarterback with the strongest arm in college football and a sophomore RB who is a Heisman candidate, and you've got a pretty darn good offense. As for the defense, there is no question in my mind that we've got the best in the nation.


QB - JaMarcus Russell / Andre Woodson / Chris Leak
RB - Darren McFadden / Kenny Irons / Felix Jones
WR - Robert Meachem / Dwayne Bowe / Sidney Rice / Dallas Baker / Earl Bennett
TE - Martrez Milner
LT - Tony Ugoh
LG - Ben Grubbs
C - Jonathan Luigs
RG - Tim Duckworth
RT - Arron Sears


DE - Quentin Groves / Quentin Moses
DT - Glenn Dorsey / Justin Harrell
DT - Ray McDonald / Marcus Thomas
DE - Charles Johnson / Tyson Jackson
OLB - Earl Everett / Will Herring
ILB - Patrick Willis / Quinton Culberson
OLB - Sam Olajubutu / Ali Highsmith
CB - David Irons / Fred Bennett
CB - Ryan Smith / Jonathan Wade
FS - LaRon Landry / Jonathan Hefney
SS - Reggie Nelson / Tra Battle


Pac 10 is better with Jarrett, Smith, Jackson, and McPhoy. If you think THe SEC has a better defense than the Big Ten you are insane.

you can put jason hill in there too.

Shane P. Hallam 12-13-2006 12:39 PM

That Big Ten team is unreal.

NickBam 12-13-2006 12:40 PM

Man, if you think Troy Smith has a lot of time to throw the ball now, just imagine with Long and Thomas blocking for him. He'd pick apart defenses.


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