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Happy Saturday everyone [url=http://www.newyorkgiantsteamonline.com/hoodie]New York Giants Hoodie[/url] , and welcome to Week 11 of the college football season. It’s that point in the schedule when we start seeing rivalry games, and we get one of the most fun this week in the “Bedlam” game between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. As usual, I always suggest watching Alabama (which is playing Mississippi State) and Wisconsin (which is playing Penn State). We also know, per Chase Goodbread of NFL.com that the New York Giants will be scouting the Alabama/Mississippi State game at 3:30 p.m. which will be on CBS. They will also be scouting West Virginia vs. TCU, which will be on FS-1 at noon. Let’s take a look at some other games that might be interesting.(10) Ohio State at (18) Michigan StateFOX - NoonIt’s been a while since we’ve checked in on these two teams. The biggest change came for Ohio State, which lost prospective No. 1 overall pick Nick Bosa to a core muscle injury. He then withdrew from school to concentrate on rehab and preparing for the NFL draft. Fortunately for Ohio State, they still have a number of future NFL players on their defensive line. Also, quarterback Dwayne Haskins is drawing interest, though it is still up in the air whether or not he will (or should, as a red-shirt sophomore) enter the 2019 NFL Draft, but it is worth doing your homework on him.Players to watchOhio StateDwayne Haskins (QB)K.J. Hill (WR)Mike Webber (RB)Dre’Mont Jones (DT)Robert Landers (DT)Tuf Borland (ILB)Kendall Sheffield (CB)Michigan StateBrian Lewerke (QB)Raequan Williams (DT)Kenny Willekes (EDGE)Oklahoma State at (6) OklahomaABC - 3:30 p.m.If I’m being honest, this game has little to do with scouting (though there will certainly be players you’ll want to watch, particularly along the Oklahoma OL) and more about enjoying a football game that should be a blast. This game is almost always a wild one, and Oklahoma continues to have one of the most fun offenses in college or the NFL. Kyler Murray might be going on to have a career as a professional baseball player after this year, but he is still one hell of a college quarterback — and “Hollywood” Brown is one of the most exciting receivers around. Making things even more interesting, OK State running back Justice Hill took to Instagram to post about the game, tagging Oklahoma players as “little boys” and “kids.”Players to watch Oklahoma StateJustice Hill (RB)Jordan Brailford (EDGE)OklahomaCody Ford (OL)Bobby Evans (OL)Ben Powers (OL) Rodney Anderson (RB)Marquise Brown (WR)(2) Clemson at (17) Boston CollegeABC - 8 p.m. Depending on how the remainder of the season plays out, this game could be very interesting to the Giants. This game features a pair of matchups between offensive and defensive lines which could be great scouting fodder in the lead-up to the draft.The marquee matchup will be between BC guard Chris Lindstrom and the Clemson defensive front. The Tigers field one of the best defensive lines in all of college football, with a trio of players in Clelin Ferrell, Dexter Lawrence, and Christian Wilkins who could all be drafted in the first round. Lindstrom is in the running to be one of the top guards in the draft, and this could be the first game scouts go back and watch after the season. On the other side is Clemson OT Mitch Hyatt and Boston College defensive end Zach Allen. Allen doesn’t get much press in a crowded class of pass rushers, but he is remarkably solid, first as the anvil to Harold Landry’s hammer [url=http://www.newyorkgiantsteamonline.com/customized]Customized New York Giants Jerseys[/url] , and now as “The Guy.” At 6-foot-5, 285, he should be able to play on either a 4-3 or 3-4 defensive line, and could best fit as a 3-4 defensive end. Hyatt is an experienced left tackle who became Clemson’s starter as soon as he walked on campus. He has all the tools to be a starter at the NFL level, but has yet to put it all together and play up to his potential.Players to watchClemson Clelin Ferrell (EDGE)Christian Wilkins (DT)Dexter Lawrence (DT)Austin Bryant (EDGE)Kendall Joseph (LB)Trayvon Mullen (CB)Mitch Hyatt (OT)Boston CollegeChris Lindstrom (OG) Zach Allen (DE/EDGE)Wyatt Ray (EDGE)New York Giants roster moves: 6 players — yes, 6 — claimed on waivers NFL teams had until noon Sunday to place waiver claims on eligible players who were cut by their teams on Saturday. The New York Giants have the No. 2 priority on the waiver list, behind only the Cleveland Browns. GM Dave Gettleman had promised that the Giants would work the waiver wire to try and improve. Apparently, he meant what he said. Per Albert Breer, the Giants were VERY busy, claiming six players.The Giants made the moves official late Sunday afternoon. To make room for the six new players, the Giants waived quarterback Davis Webb [full story], wide receiver/kick returner Hunter Sharp, defensive tackle Josh Banks and tight end Jerell Adams.Here is what we know about the six new Giants.DE Mario EdwardsMario Edwards was a 2015 second-round pick by the Raiders. He played in 30 games with 24 starts over four seasons, accumulating 5.5 sacks and 53 tackles. Edwards is 6-foot-3, 280 pounds.Kaelin Clay with the Carolina Panthers.Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY SportsWR/KR Kaelin Clay A sixth-round pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2015, the 5-10, 195-pound Clay has played in regular-season games for the Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills and Carolina Panthers. He has only 6 career receptions.Clay is primarily a return man. He has averaged 9.4 yards on 42 career punt returns, and 23.2 yards on 17 kickoff returns. DB Antonio HamiltonA 6-foot, 190-pound cornerback who played in 12 games the past two seasons for the Oakland Raiders. He initially made the Oakland roster an an undrafted free agent after playing at South Carolina State.CB Michael JordanA 6-foot-1, 200-pound cornerback, he played in five games for the Rams in 2016 and 15 games for the Cleveland Browns last season. He has made a total of three NFL starts.DB Kamrin MooreA 5-11, 200-pound rookie, Moore was a sixth-round pick by the New Orleans Saints. C Spencer Pulley This is likely bad news for either veteran John Greco or rookie Evan Brown. Pulley [url=http://www.authenticsnewyorkgiants.com]www.authenticsnewyorkgiants.com[/url] , 25, started all 16 games for the Los Angeles Chargers a season ago. As a rookie, Pulley split time between center and both guard spots. Perhaps he will eventually challenge Jon Halapio for the starting role.The current 53-man rosterOffense (25)QB (3): Kyle Lauletta (R), Eli Manning, Alex TanneyRB (4+1): RB (4+1): Saquon Barkley (R), Wayne Gallman, Robert Martin (R), Jonathan Stewart, Shane Smith (FB)WR: (5): Odell Beckham, Jr., Kailin Clay, Cody Latimer, Russell Shepard, Sterling ShepardTE (3): Rhett Ellison, Evan Engram, Scott SimonsonC/G (6): Evan Brown (R), John Greco, Jon Halapio, Will Hernandez (R), Patrick Omameh, Spencer PulleyT (3): Ereck Flowers, Nate Solder, Chad WheelerDefense (25)DL (5): Mario Edwards Jr, Damon Harrison [url=http://www.authenticsnewyorkgiants.com/cheap-t-shirts]New York Giants T-Shirt[/url] , B.J. Hill (R), Dalvin Tomlinson, Kerry WynnOLB (5): Connor Barwin, Lorenzo Carter (R), Kareem Martin, Romeo Okwara, Olivier VernonILB (4): Ray-Ray Armstrong, Tae Davis (R), B.J. Goodson, Alec OgletreeDB (11): Eli Apple, Sean Chandler (R), Landon Collins, Donte Deayon, Antonio Hamilton, Janoris Jenkins, Mike Jordan, Kamrin Moore (R), Curtis Riley, Michael Thomas, B.W. Webb Special Teams (3)K: Aldrick RosasP: Riley DixonS: Zak DeOssie R = Rookie
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