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Cal 28 Nevada 14 What was expected to be a shootout between two high-powered offenses quickly turned into a defensive battle, with California eventually edging Nevada 28-14. Nevada had plenty of opportunities in this game, and has only themselves to blame for the loss. Nevada controlled the ball throughout the first half, eating up the clock and moving seemingly at will. However, the tide turned late in the second quarter, as Nevada QB Cody Fajardo was picked off in the red zone. Cal turned that into 7 when Zach Maynard hit star WR Keenan Allen on a deep post which Allen took all the way to the house for a 94 yard score. Cal scored again just before the half on a 41 yard seam route to Bryce TreggsIn the second half, Cal continued to struggle establishing a running game behind RB Isi Sofele, who finished the game with a 2.8 YPC average. It was QB Zach Maynard who had success running the ball, highlighted by a 51 yard TD run in the fourth quarter. In what was a close game, the difference between the two teams was Cal's deep strike ability, led by WR Keenan Allen, who added another long TD reception of 72 yards in the fourth quarter to effectively seal the game. Cal Stats PassingZach Maynard 9-14 243 2TD 1INT 64% 3 Sacks RushingIsi Sofele 19 Carries 54 YDS 2.8 AVG, 3 KOR 83 YDS 27.6 AVGZach Maynard 7 ATT 46 YDS 6.5 AVG ReceivingKeenan Allen 3 REC 182 YDS 2 TDIsi Sofele 3 REC 17 YDSSpencer Hagan 2 REC 13 YDSBryce Treggs 1 REC 31 YDS 1 TD DefenseFS Avery Sebastian 9 TACKLES 1 INtCB Marc Anthony 7 TACKLES 1 INTLE Deandre Coleman 6 TACKLES 2.5 SACKSMLB Nick Forbes 4 TACKLES 1 INT
24 21 The Bruins traveled to the Lone Star state to take on the Rice Owls. The first quarter was a punt fest as both teams failed to gain any traction. Early in the second quarter UCLA got on the board first with J Roberts 25 field goal. Rice jumped back on top with a 41 yard pass to RB Sam McGuffie from QB T McHargue to give the Owls a 7 - 3 lead. Bruin QB Kevin Prince and RB Jonathan Franklin started to get the offense moving as they drove down to the Rice 4 yard line. Prince dropped back on 3rd and goal and was struggling to find an open receiver before shrugging off a sure sack and sprinting for a TD. On the day Prince was 16 of 26 for 252 yards passing and the rushing TD earning the game ball honors. In the second half Safety Andrew Abbott leaped in front of an option pitch and took it to the house for the 29 yard fumble recovery. With the score 17 to 7 Rice broke out the no huddle and connected on its third play of the drive for a 53 yard TD pass from Taylor McHargue to Jordan Taylor. UCLA was able to answer that score as the second quarter was ending as Prince connected with Ricky Marvray on 2 yard screen play. Rice was able to fight back with a score late in the fourth quarter as McHargue connected with Donte Moore for 14 yards. Jonathan Franklin put together some timely first downs as UCLA milked the clock for the 24 - 21 victory. Player StatsHB Jonathan Franklin 24 carries 98 yards WR Ricky Marvray 4 catches 142 yards 1 rushing TD Bruin of the GameKevin Prince 16 comp 26 att 252 yards 6 rushes 9 yards 1 rushing TD Next up for the Bruins #19 Nebraska at home.
NC State 24 Tennessee 20 1st Q:The national audience tuned into NC States home opener as they welcomed Tennessee to town. The Vols jumped out of the gate on the opening drive as quarterback Tyler Bray hit tight end Mychal Rivera on a 18 yard pass for a Touchdown. NC State fired right back from the second play from scrimmage running back Tony Creecy broke off an 82 yard sprint to the endzone for the Touchdown. 2nd Q:Two drives ending in field goals for Tennessee and one for NC State made the game 13-10 Vols in the closing minutes of the half. But NC State drove into Tennessee territory and with nine seconds left quarterback Mike Glennon is picked off by Prentiss Waggner and he returns it 79 yards for the Touchdown. All the air was taken out of Carter Finley Stadium and left a disgusting taste in coach Nick Burr's mouth. Heading into halftime coach simply stated " We need to play better and I promise we will come out in the second half ready" Tennessee held a 20-10 lead at half. 3rd Q:Defense was the name of the game in the 2nd half especially for NC State. Tennessee felt the pressure as Tyler Bray threw an interception to CJ Wilson which help set up a 20 yard pass from Mike Glennon to tight end Asa Watson for the Touchdown. Game cut down to 20-17 Tennessee. 4th Q:NC States defense forced multiple 3 & outs but the offense could not capitalize as they would stall and give the ball right back. Tennessee broke through as Tyler Bray made some key throws including a 3rd and 12 as they moved the ball inside the NC State 40 with 3 minutes left. NC State forced yet another 3rd down pass attempt and this time Tyler Bray is picked off by All American cornerback David Amerson as the defense comes through and gives NC State another opportunity. An opportunity quarterback Mike Glennon was up for. Glennon made throw after throw moving the ball into Tennessee territory. Needing only a field goal to tie coach Burr had a decision to play it safe or go for the win. On a 3rd & 5 Glennon hit receiver Quintin Payne for and gave NC State the ball inside the 20 with 1:00 to go. Tennessee's defense held strong and slowed up the attack forcing coach Burr into a tough decision on playing for the tie or win. With 15 second left and the ball on the Tennessee 10 yard line Mike Glennon hit tight end Mario Carter for the Touchdown giving NC State their first win of the young season. Mike Glennon led the NC State offense on a game winning drive that capped 75 yards in 2 min. The defense was the real story as Tennessee was held to 271 yards total offense and allowed 13 points. NC State will go on the road and play UCONN next week. Mike Glennon: 21/27 217 Yds 2 TD 2 Int Tyler Bray: 11/22 177 Yds 1TD 2 IntTony Creecy: 12 Att 121 Yds 1 TD Marlin Lane Jr.: 14 Att 97 YdsJames Washington: 9 Att 19 Yds Mychal Rivera: 5 Rec 81 Yds 1 TDLogan Winkles: 1 Att 6 Yds Da'Rick Rogers: 1 Rec 54 YdsQuintin Payne: 5 Rec 54 Yds Justin Hunter: 1 Rec 12 YdsTobias Palmer: 4 Rec 46 YdsMario Carter: 3 Rec 18 Yds 1 TDAsa Watson: 1 Rec 20 Yds 1 TD
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41 18 The Minnesota Golden Gophers kicked off the season in beautiful Las Vegas against the Nevada-Las Vegas Rebels. This ended up a blowout, as expected, but there were still a couple miscues and errors, especially on the defensive side, that would have done them in against a higher-level opponent.
Minnesota started off on the wrong foot, as QB MarQueis Gray threw an ill-advised interception into double-coverage. The defense forced a quick 3-n-out, allowing the Gopher to march down the field, capping it off with a 6 yard TD run by backup HB Donnell Kirkwood. The defense struggled afterwards, however, as UNLV ran the ball down Minnesota's throat, finishing with a 10 yd TD run to close the quarter. Gray also ended up throwing another INT, which left fans wondering if an upset was brewing... The 2nd quarter was where Minnesota ultimately won this game, however, as Minnesota was able to put up two unanswered TDs. The first almost came at a cost, however, as Gray went out with a bruised thigh after a read option was blown up. Nervousness set in the Minnesota fanbase that traveled, and sophomore Max Shortell was forced into duty. He didn't crack, however, as he promptly threw a 25 yard pass over the middle to WR M. Jones to get the Gophers into the redzone. He scored the next play on a 12 yard TD run, highlighted by two broken sacks. UNLV nearly scored on a running play to end the half, but a TD saving tackle kept Minnesota up 21-7 going into halftime. The second half was all about ball control. UNLV was held to a field goal in the 3rd quarter, and MarQueis Gray hit WR Malcolm Moulton for a 55 yard TD pass on a corner route to end the quarter. Moulton had a huge game, finishing with 6 catches for 150 yards and a TD. The 4th quarter was fairly uneventful, though UNLV did manage to score and convert a 2-pt conversion. Minnesota closed the game with two FGs and a fumble recovery for a TD by OLB Mike Rallis. MINNPassing: M. Gray - 12-20, 209 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTsRushing: J. Gillum - 15 carries, 69 yards; M. Gray - 5 car, 35 yds, TDReceiving: M. Moulton: 6 catch, 150 yds, TD; J. Harbison - 3 catch, 34 yardsDefense: 1 INT, 3 sacks, forced fumble/recovery for TD UNLVPassing: C. Herring - 10/17, 108 yds, 1 TD, 1 INTRushing: B. Randle - 26 carries, 184 yds (long of 75), TDReceiving: T Mays - 5 cth, 58 ydsDefense: 2 INTs
Minnesota faces Duke and coach Fmode11 next week, where the Golden Gophers will travel to Durham as likely underdogs. "We can definitely leave Durham with a win, but we're gonna have to improve our run defense substantially," said coach Smith. "We made UNLV's kid look like Barry Sanders out there, and that's unacceptable for me, this team, and the fans, and we're gonna work hard in practice to make sure it doesn't happen next week."
The Virginia Cavaliers started their 2012 season with a home game against the Navy Midshipmen. The stadium was a packed house as the 'Hoos came out to support their Cavaliers and see promise for the new season. The game started out with Rijo Walker intercepting the first Navy pass on 3rd down, giving Phillip Sims the reigns with a short field. After a couple runs by Sims and Perry Jones, Jones was able to find the endzone with a 3 yard run giving the 'Hoos a 7 to 0 advantage early in the first quarter. Both teams began to settle down as they traded positions at the end of the quarter. Sims was able to find SR TE Colter Phillips on a play action pass down the seam to open up the scoring in the second quarter for the Cavaliers from 31 yards out. Another 3 and out for the Midshipmen gave Sims the ability to reel off a 26 yard run off a zone read. "Sims during the summer got a great grasp of our offense and you can really tell how comfortable he is with running and throwing from the shotgun. Keeping him healthy and allowing him to showcase is athleticism will be a important factor to how successful we can be this year", said Coach See during the post-game interview. The 'Hoos were not done as they went into the half up 21 to 0. Perry Jones on the first drive after half scampered for a 26 yard TD run to give the Cavaliers a commanding 28 to 0 lead. Ball control and discipline on defense allowed the Virginia football team to cruise to a 30 to 7 victory camping off a impressive and optimistic Week 1 performance. "All and all I think our team understood that they were more talented then their foe today. Give credit to Navy as they are good ball team. But, being 1 and 0 after the first game was the goal and now it is back to practice as we look to keeping winning 1 game every week", said Coach See enthusiastic after beating Navy.
Both teams came into this game with the same strategy, which was to pound the rock. Syracuse was having much greater success, as they were able to get a few big runs, while stuffing all of Northwestern's starting tailback, Treyvon Green's attempts. After one quarter it was clear that this would be a defensive struggle, as the score was locked at 3-3.
In the second quarter, NU's star Quarterback Kain Colter would throw a pick while the team was marching, leading to a Syracuse FG. The score was 6-3 after 2.
In the 3rd quarter, NU would get stopped in the redzone yet again, settling for a field goal, and then watch Syracuse march up the field and cap it off with the game's first touchdown, scored by backup tailback Jermome Smith.
Midway through the fourth quarter, Kain Colter started completing some passes, and tied the game up with a 13 yard touchdown pass to wideout Demetrius Fields. Then after Senior Corner Demetrius Dugar picked off an errant pass from Syracuse QB Ryan Nassib, NU would score a field goal with 1:50 left in the game that prove to be the game winner.
"We may have had some difficulty with our ground game" said Coach Haggard after the game "But we will remain committed to running the ball and having a balanced, ball control offense. We will address any issues with the offensive line, and come out running again next week against Vanderbilt".
NU KEY PLAYERS
QB Kain Colter: 16-30, 205 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
RB Treyvon Green: 26 carries for 81 yards, 3.1 ypc
WR Demetrius Fields: 4 catches for 56 yards and a TD
Did you really give everyone on your team a visor?
It wasn't letting me press enter under the video so I will post my summary right here.
Indiana got off to a rough Start going down 10-0 to Ohio. Coach Ghost called a TO and gave his team a little peptalk and It was alll uphill from there on out for Indiana. Next Drive Trey Robertson would break out for a 60 yard run and be caught at the 10. Indiana would cap off the drive with a screen pass to Houston to go down 7-10. On the ensuing Kickoff, Indiana would force a fumble and take it to the house for another TD to take the lead 14-10. First Play Ohio gets the ball back, their QB hits a wide open WR on a 10 yard then the WR would dodge 2 Defenders to score on a 60 yard TD. next Drive Indiana would chew the clock to try leave Ohio with as little time as possible to score and cap off another drive with a 5 yard run up the gut to go up 21-17 with 2 minutes left in the second. After forcing Ohio to a 3-0 Indiana would find their way in the redzone again late in the 3rd and kick a FG to go up 24-17. Ohio fumbles again!!, on their kickoff but they would recover it. Ohio was running out of answers to score and tried to run a screen but the Ohio QB could not get the ball off in time and would get sacked and fumbled the ball as Indiana would take it back for a TD to go up 31-7. Ohio would try to score again but would fail on 4th and 19 after a heave to the endzone but would fail and Indiana would just kneel the ball out and go on to win the game and start the season off 1-0.
Next Week We are home again and are hosting Unranked Umass.
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Week one for the terps showcased a the prize recruit Stefon Diggs who went for six catches for 106 yards and 2 touchdowns! After the game Diggs credited the coaching staff for" putting him in position to make plays". It was a back and forth boxing match until marylands newley installed 3-4 defense rose in the fourth . Maryland 38 Temple 27
Lol Copy and Paste from the Ea Dynasty Website
Yeah jackass the picture of diggs whats your point?
Sheesh, somebody woke up on the wrong side of the Bed, it was a joke LMAO
purdue 32 bowling green 29
The boilermakers got off to a slow start by having to come from behind to win their opener over bowling green. Purdue scored tds in both quarters then held them to a field goal inside the 3 on the last play of the half. purdue 14-13. Bowling green took contol of the game by scoring 2 tds in 35 seconds late third thanks to 2 boilermaker turnovers. 26-14 bowling green entering the fourth. Purdue finally got their offense going again by scoring tds on Bolden runs early and mid fourth to go up 29-26. bowling green wouldnt quit however, and they drove inside the 15 before being forced to kick a 29 yard field goal to tie the game at 29 with 1 minute left. Purdue had just enough time to get in range to kick the game winning iced 28 yard field goal. Purdue now looks to take on the fighting irish next week.
Marve 21 of 28 315 yards 1 td 1 interceptiom
Bolden 30 carries 105 yards 3 tds
Edison 7 catches 120 yards
Wright 5 catches 86 yards 1 td
Ross 5 catches 70 yards
Gaston 2 tackles 1 sack
Shouldn't you know how your prized recruit's name is spelled?
Good results to start the season with gents.
Arizona State 55 Kentucky 7
With all of the pressure that comes with opening week, the Arizona State Sun Devils were able to come flying out of the gates. Running Back Cameron Marshall was able to score three short rushing TDs to open the game, and it was all downhilll from there for the Kentucky Wildcats. Freshman QB M. Eubank went a modest 11 for 14, while getting pulled at halftime when Arizona State was up by over 30 points. The player of the game was Cameron Marshall, who had 13 carries for 124 yards, but an astounding 4 TDs. The true story came in the Arizona State defense, that held Kentucky to a mere 236 yards of total offense for the entire game, Kentucky was not able to score their first points until late in the fourth quarter. The defense gave Arizona State great field position, allowing them short drives in which they could score points on almost every drive.
While Arizona State is pleased with the victory, they realize it is only the first week of a very long season, and are already looking towards their Week 2 matchup against Illinois.
It probably would help!
So how many fumbles? And weren't you complaining about broken tackles in the practice? Sounds like someone only tackles with that hit stick
Not gonna lie, it seemed that way to me when I played him a couple days ago lol. I think I only fumbled once though.
Are we gonna separate these scores by weeks Big Suge Knight?
They fumbled 3 times in that only one of them were user. 1 was CPU making the play, other were 2 hitsticks on kickoff. And no I was not the one complaining and I know that's for sure because I never complain about anything especially about broken tackles and one thing I hate is complainers so I don't complain myself . Lastly, yea I do hitstick alot, I need to tone it down because it messes me up a lot as you can see in the video where CPU scored on that pass
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