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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Betting The Pass Line, NCAA, & NFL Game Balls

Betting the Pass Line (Last Week: 0-5 Season: 14-16)
Michigan State (-5) at Northwestern

LSU (+6) at Auburn

Wisconsin (+5 ½) at Iowa

Nebraska at Oklahoma State (+5 ½)

Oklahoma (-3) at Missouri

Betting the Pass Line (Last Week: 5-0 Season: 14-11)
Eagles (Even) at Titans

Steelers (-3) at Dolphins

Redskins (+3) at Bears

Bengals (+3 ½) at Falcons

Vikings (+3) at Packers

GAME BALLS (College Football Edition)
Matt Brown (RB – Temple): 28 carries, 226 yards. 4 td
(Win: 42-35 at Army)

Nathan Enderlee (QB – Idaho): 30/49, 380 yards, 3 td
(Win: 33-13 at Western Michigan)

Darren Evans (RB – Virginia Tech): 15 carries, 160 yards, 2 td
(Win: 41-30 at North Carolina State)

Jonathan Franklin (RB – UCLA): 30 carries, 216 yards, 1 td
(Win: 42-28 vs. Washington State)

Ray Graham (RB – Pittsburgh): 29 carries, 277 yards, 3 td
(Win: 44-17 vs. Florida International)

Robert Griffin III (QB – Baylor): 26/36, 380 yards, 3 td
(Win: 55-7 vs. Kansas)

LaMichael James (RB – Oregon): 31 carries, 257 yards, 3 td
(Win: 52-31 vs. Stanford)

Jake Locker (QB – Washington): 24/40, 310 yards, 1 td; 12 carries, 110 yards
(Win: 32-31 at USC)

Bryant Moniz (QB – Hawaii): 42/58, 532 yards, 4 td
(Win: 41-21 vs. Louisiana Tech)

DeMarco Murray (RB – Oklahoma): 25 carries, 115 yards, 2 td
(Win: 28-20 vs. Texas)

Kealoha Pilares (WR – Hawaii): 18 receptions, 217 yards, 2 td
(Win: 41-21 vs. Louisiana Tech)

Denard Robinson (QB – Michigan): 10/16, 277 yards, 3 td; 19 carries, 217 yards, 2 td
(Win: 42-35 at Indiana)

GAME BALLS (College Football Edition)
Anthony Allen (RB – Georgia Tech): 25 carries, 195 yards, 3 td
(Win: 33-21 vs. Virginia)

Edwin Baker (RB – Michigan State): 22 carries, 147 yards, 1 td
(Win: 34-17 at Michigan)

Alshon Jeffrey (WR – South Carolina): 7 receptions, 127 yards, 2 td
(Win: 35-21 vs. Alabama)

Ryan Katz (QB – Oregon State): 30/42, 393 yards, 2 td
(Win: 29-27 at Arizona)

Bryant Moniz (QB – Hawaii): 29/49, 376 yards, 3 td
(Win: 49-27 at Fresno State)

Kyle Padron (QB – SMU): 27/40, 381 yards, 3 td
(Win: 21-18 vs. Tulsa)

Taylor Potts (QB – Texas Tech): 42/59, 462 yards, 4 td
(Win: 45-38 vs. Baylor)

Bilal Powell (RB – Louisville): 18 receptions, 204 yards, 2 td
(Win: 56-0 vs. Memphis)

Vai Taua (RB – Nevada): 16 carries, 196 yards, 3 td
(Win: 35-13 vs. San Jose State)

Chris Thompson (RB – Florida State): 14 carries, 158 yards, 1 td
(Win: 45-17 at Miami-Florida)

Terrence Toliver (WR – LSU): 6 receptions, 111 yards, 2 td
(Win: 33-29 at Florida)

Brandon Weeden (QB – Oklahoma State): 29/47, 351 yards, 5 td
(Win: 54-28 at Louisiana-Lafayette)

GAME BALLS (College Football Edition)
Armon Binns (WR – Cincinnati): 8 receptions, 175 yards, 3 td
(Win: 35-27 at Louisville)

Justin Blackmon (WR – Oklahoma State): 10 receptions, 207 yards, 1 td
(Win: 34-17 at Texas Tech)

Ben Chappell (QB – Indiana): 26/42, 382 yards, 4 td
(Win: 36-34 vs. Arkansas State)

John Clay (RB –Wisconsin): 21 carries, 104 yards, 2 td
(Win: 31-18 vs. Ohio State)

Dominique Davis (QB – East Carolina): 37/53, 376 yards, 2 td
(Win: 33-27 vs. North Carolina State)

Zac Dysert (QB – Miami-Ohio): 29/47, 399 yards, 3 td
(Win: 27-20 at Central Michigan)

Mike Hartline (QB – Kentucky): 32/42, 349 yards, 4 td
(Win: 31-28 vs. South Carolina)

Ronnie Hillman (RB – San Diego State): 24 carries, 191 yards, 2 td
(Win: 27-25 vs. Air Force)

Ross Jenkins (QB – Louisiana Tech): 31/44, 422 yards, 3 td
(Win: 48-35 vs. Idaho)

Dwight Jones (WR – North Carolina): 7 receptions, 198 yards, 2 td
(Win: 44-10 at Virginia)

Jermaine Kearse (WR – Washington): 9 receptions, 146 yards, 4 td
(Win: 35-34 vs. Oregon State)

Greg Salas (WR – Hawaii): 11 receptions, 153 yards
(Win: 27-21 vs. Nevada)

Anquan Boldin (WR – Ravens): 8 receptions, 142 yards, 3 td
(Win: 24-17 vs. Browns)

Austin Collie (WR – Colts): 12 receptions, 171 yards, 2 td
(Win: 27-13 at Broncos)

DeSean Jackson (WR – Eagles): 5 receptions, 153 yards, 1 td
(Win: 28-3 at Jaguars)

Peyton Manning (QB – Colts): 27/43, 325, 3
(Win: 27-13 at Broncos)

Rashard Mendenhall (RB – Steelers): 19 carries, 143 yards, 1 td
(Win: 38-13 at Buccaneers)

Adrian Peterson (RB – Vikings): 23 carries, 160 yards, 2 td
(Win: 24-10 vs. Lions)

Michael Turner (RB – Falcons): 30 carries, 114 yards, 1 td
(Win: 27-24 at Saints)

Roy Williams (WR – Cowboys): 5 receptions, 117 yards, 2 td
(Win: 27-13 at Texans)

Ahmad Bradshaw (RB – Giants): 23 carries, 129 yards, 1 td
(Win: 17-3 vs. Bears)

Arian Foster (RB – Texans): 17 carries, 133 yards, 1 td
(Win: 31-24 at Raiders)

Antonio Gates (TE – Chargers): 7 receptions, 144 yards, 2 td
(Win: 41-10 vs. Cardinals)

Peyton Hillis (RB – Browns): 27 carries, 102 yards, 1 td
(Win: 23-20 vs. Bengals)

Maurice Jones-Drew (RB – Jaguars): 26 carries, 105 yards, 1 td
(Win: 31-28 vs. Colts)

Kyle Orton (QB – Broncos): 35/50, 341 yards, 2 td
(Win: 26-20 at Titans)

Terrell Owens (WR – Bengals): 10 receptions, 222 yards, 1 td
(Loss: 23-20 at Browns)

Reggie Wayne (WR – Colts): 15 receptions, 196 yards
(Loss: 31-28 at Jaguars)

Michael Bush (RB – Raiders): 26 carries, 104 yards, 1 td
(Win: 35-27 vs. Chargers)

Chris Johnson (RB – Titans): 19 carries, 131 yards, 2 td
(Win: 34-27 vs. Cowboys)

Santana Moss (WR – Redskins): 7 receptions, 118 yards
(Win: 16-13 vs. Packers)

Hakeem Nicks (WR – Giants): 12 receptions, 130 yards, 2 td
(Win: 34-10 at Texans)

Ray Rice (RB – Ravens): 27 carries, 133 yards, 2 td
(Win: 31-17 vs. Broncos)

Phillip Rivers (WR – Chargers): 27/42, 431 yards, 2 td
(Loss: 35-27 at Raiders)

Frank Gore (RB – 49ers): 25 carries, 149 yards
(Win: 17-9 vs. Raiders)

Chris Ivory (RB – Saints): 15 carries, 158 yards
(Win: 31-6 at Buccaneers)

Kevin Kolb (QB – Eagles): 23/29, 326 yards, 3 td
(Win: 31-17 at Falcons)

Peyton Manning (QB – Colts): 25/38, 307 yards, 2 td
(Win: 27-24 at Redskins)

Brandon Marshall (WR – Dolphins): 10 receptions, 127 yards
(Win: 23-20 at Packers)

Mike Williams (WR – Seahawks): 10 receptions, 123 yards
(Win: 23-20 at Bears)

NLCS Game Six San Francisco Giants vs. Philadelphia Phillies Post Contest Commentary

LSU vs. Auburn Post Contest Commentary

Friday, October 15, 2010

ALCS Game One: New York Yankees vs. Texas Rangers

Announcing My Return & Explaining My Absence

On October 3, I experienced a particularly intense, scary, and unfortunate situation, which initiated contemplation of my current artistic circumstances, as well as the suspension of Follow For Charity, and the sacrifice of a pair of NCAA and NFL Live Blogs. I have seriously considered vacating my current scenario, which typically is sans the compassion, nurturing, and support an artist requires. However, I cannot relinquish my commitment to those which view my videos and read my scripts and tweets.

Follow For Charity resumes immediately and will continue throughout October and November. Generation Chatter will flex into a pair of NCAA and NFL contest, which will reset our scheduled allotment of eighteen broadcasts. I thank everyone for their compassion and understanding. Please continue enjoying my contributions and participating within them.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Follow For Charity


Kimberlee Van Der Wall and Raymond Smalley proudly announce #FollowForCharity, a social media initiative which will raise awareness and money for individual charities. Kimberlee and Raymond are two colleagues and avid tweeters who were staging an informal challenge over whom could accumulate the most followers this year. While they enjoyed their friendly competition, Kimberlee and Raymond both believed their contest should achieve more than simple bragging rights and #followforcharity was conceptualized.

For each follower added in October and November 2010, everyone participating will donate 5 cents. While Raymond and Kimberlee are passionate concerning the charities they have chosen, they encourage everyone everywhere to select their own causes and participate in this inaugural and unique enterprise.

Kimberlee’s charity is the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), which she chose because she herself once endured an abusive relationship. Kimberlee hopes to serve as a positive role model for those currently within a similar experience and she believes the NCADV is a great organization that provides valuable resources for young women.

Raymond’s charity is the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), which he chose because he himself has confronted issues related to this most unfortunate disease and in memory of a treasured friend who recently took their own life. The AFSP’s objective is the understanding and prevention of suicide via advocacy, education, and research.

We encourage everyone’s participation through the use of the hashtag "FollowForCharity" and donations to your own charities. Please also follow @KimberleeVDW and @RaymondSmalley to help raise money for their organizations as well. Thank you for your attention and participation.

Glee Episode Diary

The Good Wife Episode Diary

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Ten With Smalls Football Forecast Special

Explaining Our Most Recent Complication

Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved. DOU Productions has recently experienced severe technical impediments. While they have been temporarily corrected, they could reoccur within the next several weeks.

Our NCAA, NFL, Fashion Night Out, and MTV Award Live Blogs will occur as scheduled. Unfortunately, Ten With Smalls could be interrupted and Episode Diaries could be sporadic, if even posted. We sincerely apologize for this newest and unforeseen glitch.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Entourage Episode Diary

Mad Men Episode Diary

Announcing My Permanent Return & Viewpoint

Over the proceeding eleven days, I have considered and scrutinized several aspects of my personal and professional existence. As I previously stated, my current environment mocks and will not offer the compassionate, nurturing, and supportive environment an artist requires and the aforementioned almost compelled me into sacrificing my creativity, passion, and talent.

However, my aspirations of success only intensified with each moment of reflection and reservation. I cannot and will not cannibalize my Episode Diaries, Special Commentaries, Ten With Smalls, NCAA Football, NFL Football, Award Season, or any other event simply because negativity resides within my realm. I owe my colleagues, friends, and fans more. I owe myself more.

Ten With Smalls will return next week and air Monday-Thursday throughout autumn and winter, excluding evenings when another broadcast is scheduled. Ten With Smalls will not air Friday, allotting the week’s concluding twenty-four hours for my various movie, television, and songwriting projects.

As I conclude this statement, I will reference one of my tweeters who said if I would only endure misery if I allowed my adversaries criticism to affect me. This tweeter was correct. I have decided I will not allow anyone to steal my attitude or positivity. I will succeed no matter my circumstances or the noise which assaults them.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Explaining Our Erratic Performance

As I previously expressed, while I will never regret my attempt to execute a career as an artist, I have had the profound misfortune to endure environments, including my current environment, that refuse to offer the compassion, nurturing, and support an artist requires.

My creative environment has significant worsened since I initially posted those words and as such, I do not know when Episode Diaries, Special Commentaries, or Ten With Smalls will occur again. Generation Chatter’s recently announced NCAA and NFL schedules are also within significant jeopardy.

While I remain committed to those which view my videos and read my scripts and tweets, I simply cannot continue combating circumstances which reduce my person and self esteem almost hourly.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Ten With Smalls Episode Twenty-One

2010 Generation Chatter NFL Live Blog Schedule

September 9: Vikings at Saints (8:00 pm)

September 12: Packers at Eagles (4:00 pm)

September 13: Ravens at Jets (8:00 pm)

September 19: Giants at Colts (8:00 pm)

September 26: Jets at Dolphins (8:00pm)

October 3: Redskins at Eagles (4:00 pm)

October 10: Vikings at Jets (8:00 pm) *

October 17: Cowboys at Vikings (4:00 pm) *

November 8: Steelers at Bengals (8:00 pm) *

November 14: Patriots at Steelers (4:00 pm) *

November 21: Colts at Patriots (4:00 pm) *

November 28: Chargers at Colts (8:00 pm) *

December 5: Cowboys at Colts (4:00 pm) *

December 12: Eagles at Cowboys (8:00 pm) *

December 19: Packers at Patriots (8:00 pm) *

December 26: Chargers at Bengals (8:00 pm) *

January 2: NFL Playoff Day Live Blog (12:30 pm) *

* Flex system could switch scheduled contest

Monday, August 2, 2010

Ten With Smalls Episode Twenty

2010 Generation Chatter NCAA Live Blog Schedule

September 4: LSU vs. North Carolina (8:00 pm)

September 6: Boise State vs. Virginia Tech (8:00 pm)

September 11: Miami-Florida at Ohio State (3:30 pm)

September 18: Florida at Tennessee (3:30 pm)

September 25: Oklahoma vs. Cincinnati (TBA) *

October 2: Oklahoma vs. Texas (TBA) *

October 2: Florida at Alabama (8:00 pm) *

October 9: Florida State at Miami-Florida (TBA) *

October 16: Ohio State at Wisconsin (7:15 pm) *

October 23: Wisconsin at Iowa (TBA) *

October 30: Florida vs. Georgia (3:30 pm) *

October 30: Oregon at USC (8:00 pm) *

November 6: Alabama at LSU (TBA) *

November 13: Cincinnati at West Virginia (TBA) *

November 20: Ohio State at Iowa (TBA) *

November 20: USC at Oregon State (8:00 pm) *

November 26: Auburn at Alabama (TBA) *

November 27: Florida at Florida State (TBA) *

December 4: SEC Championship Contest (3:30 pm) *

* Flex system could switch scheduled contest

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Explaining Our Absence

Good evening. While I will never regret my attempt to execute a career as an artist, I have had the profound misfortune to endure environments, including my current environment, that refuse to offer the compassion, nurturing, and support an artist requires.

These circumstances cannibalized Sunday’s announced events, they cannibalized this week of Ten With Smalls and likely they will cannibalize future broadcasts, malfunction or cancel future promoted events. While I could exchange a daily quantity of frustration for a normal existence my antagonists have encouraged, I will not relinquish my commitment to myself or my supporters.

American Philosopher Daniel Weinbarger once said “On the web, everyone will be famous to fifteen people,” and if fifteen and not fifteen thousand are all which are destined to view my videos or read my scripts or read my tweets, I will remain satisfied that someone somewhere viewed my art, which is all I have ever craved. I will continue, no matter the setbacks.

Mad Men, Entourage, and Jersey Shore Episode Diaries will be posted this week. Ten With Smalls will return next week with a pair of football themed editions, as our 2010 NCAA and NFL broadcast schedules are released.