2011 Game Summaries

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  1. Papa Perry

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  2. Strombeo

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    Colorado State Rams rolled over the New Mexico Lobos like a bulldozer over a box of kittens :) (41-7)

    I really was not running up the score... you will see in my highlights/summary video.. Which I will not be able to get up until really late tonight b/c I have to go now...
     
  3. LB Fitted

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    Week 1

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    Hillman, Ronnie

    24 rushes 134 yards 3 TD

    2 Catches 37 Yards 1 TD



    First Quarter

    05:33 TD Washington State Jeff Tuel QB #10 1 yard rush

    Second Quarter

    05:32 FG San Diego State Abel Perez K #38 45 yard field goal
    04:02 TD San Diego State Ronnie Hillman HB #13 20 yard pass from Ryan Lindley QB #14
    01:35 FG Washington State Andrew Furney K #49 26 yard field goal
    00:36 TD Washington State Nolan Washington CB #29 40 yard interception
    00:04 FG San Diego State Abel Perez K #38 32 yard field goal

    Third Quarter

    04:03 TD San Diego State Ronnie Hillman HB #13 3 yard rush

    Forth Quarter

    06:57 TD San Diego State Ronnie Hillman HB #13 2 yard rush
    03:57 TD San Diego State Ronnie Hillman HB #13 26 yard rush
    00:15 FG San Diego State Abel Perez K #38 44 yard field goal

    Washington StateSan Diego State

    1st Downs 9 14
    3rd down efficiency 53.85 50
    4th down efficiency 0 0
    Total Yards 414 474
    Passing 203 142
    Completion Attempts 13 - 22 10 - 21
    Yards Per Pass 9.23 6.76
    Rushing
    Rushing Attempts 27 33
    Yards Per Rush 0.81 6.12
    Turnovers 2 1
    Fumbles Lost 2 0
    Interceptions Thrown 0 1
    Possession 10:35 17:25

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    PassingATTCompYardsTDInt

    Jeff Tuel 22 13 203 0 0

    RushingATTYardsTDLong

    Logwone Mitz 19 37 0 13
    Jeff Tuel 8 -15 1 8

    ReceivingCatchesYardsTDLong

    Bobby Ratliff 3 88 0 45
    Marquess Wilson 3 56 0 29
    Skylar Stormo 2 29 0 25
    Isiah Barton 2 17 0 13
    Jared Karstetter 1 11 0 11
    Logwone Mitz 2 2 0 7

    DefenseTacklesSacksINTsFF

    Casey Locker 0 0 0 0
    Bobby Ratliff 0 0 0 0
    Daniel Simmons 1 0 0 0
    Travis Long 3 0 0 0
    Nolan Washington 1 0 1 0
    Alex Hoffman Ellis 2 0 0 0
    Sekope Kaufusi 1 0 0 0
    Deone Bucannon 5 0 0 0
    Anthony Laurenzi 3 1 0 0
    Anthony Carpenter 3 0 0 0
    Darryl Monroe 0 0 0 0
    Tyree Toomer 6 0 0 0
    Brandon Rankin 0 0 0 0
    Darren Markle 1 0 0 0
    Ian Knight 1 0 0 0
    CJ Mizell 1 0 0 0
    Logan Mayes 0 0 0 0
    Andrei Lintz 0 0 0 0
    Matthew Simmons 1 0 0 0
    Marquess Wilson 1 0 0 0
    Aire Justin 0 0 0 0

    BlockingPancakesSacks Allowed

    John Fullington 0 1
    Wade Jacobson 0 1
    Max Hersey 0 1

    KickingFGAFGsXPAXPsLongPoints

    Andrew Furney 1 1 2 2 26 5

    Kick ReturnsReturnsAvgLongTDs

    Isiah Barton 7 24 26 0
    Aaron Dunn 1 6 6 0

    Punt ReturnsReturnsAvgLongTDs

    Aire Justin 2 7 8 0

    PassingATTCompYardsTDInt

    Ryan Lindley 21 10 142 1 1

    RushingATTYardsTDLong

    Ronnie Hillman 24 134 3 26
    Ryan Lindley 3 35 0 21
    Brandon Wright 4 35 0 26
    Osmand Nicholas 1 -1 0 0
    Adam Muema 1 -1 0 0

    ReceivingCatchesYardsTDLong

    Ronnie Hillman 2 37 1 20
    Osmand Nicholas 2 30 0 22
    Dylan Denso 1 29 0 29
    Jay Waddell 2 23 0 14
    Dominique Sandifer 2 20 0 13
    Chad Young 1 3 0 3
    Alston Umuolo 0 0 0 0
    Gavin Escobar 0 0 0 0

    DefenseTacklesSacksINTsFF

    Vaness Harris 2 0 0 0
    Frederick Trujillo 3 0 0 0
    Josh Wade 2 0 0 0
    Khalid Stevens 5 0 0 0
    Leon McFadden 2 0 0 0
    Rob Andrews 4 0 0 1
    Colin Lockett 1 0 0 0
    Brandon Davis 3 0 0 1
    Larry Gibbs 1 0 0 0
    Miles Burris 3 1 0 0
    Larry Parker 3 1 0 0
    Marcus Andrews 2 0 0 0
    Demetrius Burris 0 0 0 0
    JJ Autele 3 1 0 0
    Jay Waddell 1 0 0 0
    Logan Ketchum 1 0 0 0
    Alston Umuolo 1 0 0 0
    Jerome Long 0 0 0 0
    Neil Spencer 0 0 0 0
    Jordan Thomas 0 0 0 0
    King Holder 1 0 0 0
    Nick Tenhaeff 0 0 0 0

    BlockingPancakesSacks Allowed

    Mike Matamua 1 0
    Nik Embernate 0 1

    KickingFGAFGsXPAXPsLongPoints

    Abel Perez 3 3 4 4 46 13

    Kick ReturnsReturnsAvgLongTDs

    King Holder 4 27 53 0

    Punt ReturnsReturnsAvgLongTDs

    Dominique Sandifer 3 6 10 0
     
  4. Coach_III

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    Press conference:​

    " Good win for us. I think B.J Daniels did a phenomenal job making plays and managing the game. Our RB Murray was the the key in this win. With him getting those needed yards per carry really lifted our offense. We was able to run the spread effectively because of him. Just an all out good showing on offense. Micheal Floyd just simply gave us a fit. We knew he was a supreme athelete going into South Bend, but honestly I felt like of All- American DB's would be able to contain him, but that was the case. The kid just simply makes plays. we couldn't get Notre Dame of the field. However going down the stretch our defense made the bigger plays when needed. This is the way to start of the season. We now gotta get ready for Fresno State to come to town".....Coach III
     
  5. Strombeo

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    Ok, main summary and video for my week 1 are done -

    youtube.com/watch?v=tRLl1a9w4xs

    2011 - Week 1
    Colorado State vs New Mexico

    Kicking of the 2011 season, the Colorado State Rams traveled to New Mexico to face the Lobos. Right out of the gate, the Lobos were firing on all cylinders on their opening drive with 5 rushing plays for 44 yards, as well as 4 passing plays for 32 yards. The tempo of their no-huddle offense caught the Rams offguard and enabled them to drive down the field with great efficiency. An 11 yard touchdown pass to the slot receiver capped the drive and gave them a early 7-0 lead.

    Colorado State answered back with their own brand of football, churning down the field with 13 runs gaining 57 yards, and two passes accounting for 19 yards. The Rams standout sophomore running back Nwoke proved right away that he was up to the task of leading this offense. A 1-yard blast into the endzone tied the game back up at 7-7.

    New Mexico's offense took the field looking to repeat their scoring drive, and started things off well with a 17 yard completion on their first play. Colorado State's defense finally tuned into the tempo of no-huddle offense, and then forced three incompletions in a row, ushering the Lobo's offense off the field.

    The Rams offense responded to their defense's strong showing with one of their own by zipping down the field with 5 plays going 67 yards for another touchdown.

    New Mexico's offense took the field again, but would not find any more succes, averaging less than 3 plays per possession for the rest of the game. Two runs for negative yardage followed by an incompletion lead to a quick 3-and-out.

    Colorado State met their least successful drive of the game next, churning out just under 20 yards before attempting a 50-yard field goal. CSU's senior kicker just didn't have enough leg to power the ball home, and although the kick was heading right down the middle, it fell about 2 yards short of the cross-bar.

    The Lobo's offense came out with a little under 2 minutes on the clock, their high hopes fueled by great field position, but fell victim to a fumble on third down that ripped away any hope of a quick drive before half-time.

    CSU was able to string together 4 passes for 63 yards, capped off by another 1-yard touchdown blast to bump the score up to 21-7 at the half.

    Things were looking bleak for New MExico as the second half started. CSU started out on offense with another strong showing on the ground - gaining 34 yards on 4 rushing attempts, an incompletion followed by a sack forced CSU to punt, and gave New Mexico a breath of hope to start a come-back.

    That hope was smashed on the Lobos' first play as the QB's pitch on an option was intercepted by CSU's junior cornerback, and was jogged 15 yards into the end-zone. The downtrodden offense returned to the field after the extra-point and kickoff, and was forced to go 3-and-out.

    CSU's second string entered the game and still put together a decent drive, rushing 5 times for 33 yards, and tossing 1 pas for 8 yards to set-up an opportunity for the kicker to try again, and this time he sank the 32 yard feal goal with ease.

    New Mexico's offense showed some life on their next drive, with their QB breaking out an 18 yard scramble, as well as tossing a couple decent passes. The drive ended up coming to a halt after a couple incompletions and a stuffed running play on 4th and 1.

    CSU's second string came on the field again, hoping to get enough yardage to allow for another field goal, but after two stuffed running plays it was looking like they just didn't have the horse-power to move the ball on the Lobo's defense. As-if to answer a challenge, the next play broke open a 60 yard rush for another CSU touchdown.

    In the remaining 4 minutes of the game, New Mexico was unable to turn around their bad luck, and threw another interception that setup one more field goal for CSU.

    Final score - CSU 41, NM 7
     
  6. smlVICTORIES53

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    Louisville shut out Boston college in their season opener winning 24-0. Offensively the Cardinals sputtered trying to execute a new offense. Impact HB Victor Anderson carried the ball 18 times for 35yds and a TD. The Eagles had him bottled up all day. But that allowed true Freshman QB to have some running lanes and he scooted for 60yds on 11 carries and a TD. He also went 6-8 passing for 128yds and 1TD. The Cardinal defense played lights out only giving up 89yds of total offense. They sacked Rettig 5 times and kept the BC WRs in front of them the whole game. BC HB Harris gained 42 yards on 11 carries but Rettig's 5 sacks took away 40yds netting the Eagles 2 total rushing yards. All around great game defensively for the Cardinals but the offense has got to play better.

    Next up......In state rival and arch enemy Kentucky
     
  7. LB Fitted

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    Week 2Q1Q2Q3Q4OTFinal



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    First Quarter

    05:25 TD San Diego State Miles Burris ROLB #9 29 yard fumble
    02:42 TD Army Trent Steelman QB #8 31 yard rush
    00:07 TD Army Justin Trimble CB #5 72 yard interception


    Second Quarter

    01:20 TD San Diego State Gavin Escobar TE #88 17 yard pass from Ryan Lindley QB #14


    Third Quarter

    04:21 TD San Diego State Ronnie Hillman HB #13 0 yard rush
    04:05 TD Army CeDarius Williams FB #4 77 yard rush
    00:23 FG Army Alex Carlton K #39 29 yard field goal


    Forth Quarter

    01:05 TD San Diego State Ronnie Hillman HB #13 7 yard rush




    ArmySan Diego State

    1st Downs 8 19
    3rd down efficiency 25 50
    4th down efficiency 0 0
    Total Yards 527 464
    Passing 176 154
    Completion Attempts 4 - 13 13 - 23
    Yards Per Pass 13.54 6.7
    Rushing
    Rushing Attempts 28 40
    Yards Per Rush 7.32 5
    Turnovers 2 1
    Fumbles Lost 2 0
    Interceptions Thrown 0 1
    Possession 10:42 17:18



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    PassingATTCompYardsTDInt

    Casey Pachall 14 7 77 1 0


    RushingATTYardsTDLong

    Ed Wesley 11 180 2 76
    Casey Pachall 9 6 0 10
    Logan Hodges 1 3 0 3


    ReceivingCatchesYardsTDLong

    Logan Brock 3 30 1 14
    Skye Dawson 2 19 0 11
    Antoine Hicks 1 16 0 16
    Josh Boyce 1 12 0 12


    DefenseTacklesSacksINTsFF

    Tank Carder 2 0 0 0
    Jason Verrett 2 0 0 0
    Jeremy Coleman 1 0 0 0
    Tanner Brock 4 0 0 0
    Travaras Battle 2 0 0 0
    Tekerrein Cuba 3 0 0 0
    Stansly Mapongo 1 0 0 0
    Johnny Fobbs 4 0 0 0
    Matt Anderson 0 0 0 0
    Kris Gardner 0 0 0 0
    Deryck Gildon 0 0 0 0
    Greg McCoy 1 0 0 0
    DJ Yendrey 2 2 0 1
    Devin Johnson 0 0 0 0
    Logan Hodges 0 0 0 0
    Sam Carter 2 0 0 0
    Jonathan Anderson 1 0 0 0


    BlockingPancakesSacks Allowed

    Spencer Thompson 0 1
    James Fry 0 2


    KickingFGAFGsXPAXPsLongPoints

    Ross Evans 0 0 3 3 0 3


    Kick ReturnsReturnsAvgLongTDs

    Greg McCoy 4 28 34 0
    Ed Wesley 2 28 28 0


    Punt ReturnsReturnsAvgLongTDs

    Greg McCoy 1 9 9 0



    PassingATTCompYardsTDInt

    Robert Griffin 18 13 241 2 0
    Nick Florence 2 1 43 1 0


    RushingATTYardsTDLong

    Robert Griffin 12 126 2 86
    Terrance Ganaway 17 74 0 13
    Jarred Salubi 7 38 0 22


    ReceivingCatchesYardsTDLong

    Lanear Sampson 5 110 0 38
    Terrance Williams 5 109 1 33
    Kendall Wright 2 62 2 43
    Jordan Najvar 1 6 0 6
    Josh Gordon 1 -3 0 0


    DefenseTacklesSacksINTsFF

    Jerod Monk 1 0 0 0
    Tracy Robertson 5 3 0 0
    LeQuince McCall 1 0 0 0
    Mike Hicks 2 0 0 0
    Romie Blaylock 2 1 0 0
    Matt Ritchey 2 0 0 0
    Tyler Stephenson 0 0 0 0
    Bryce Hager 1 0 0 0
    Tevin Elliott 2 0 0 0
    Prince Kent 1 0 0 0
    Elliot Coffey 1 0 0 0
    Sam Holl 2 0 0 0
    Lanear Sampson 1 0 0 0
    Chance Casey 1 0 0 0
    David Whitmore 1 0 0 0
    Anthony Moore 0 0 0 0
    Gary Mason 1 0 0 0


    BlockingPancakesSacks Allowed

    Cameron Kaufhold 0 2


    KickingFGAFGsXPAXPsLongPoints

    Aaron Jones 1 1 5 5 25 8


    Kick ReturnsReturnsAvgLongTDs

    Terrance Williams 4 20 23 0


    Punt ReturnsReturnsAvgLongTDs

    Terrance Williams 2 7 10 0
     
  8. Strombeo

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    GraphicZ schooled me in our week 2 matchup: Kansas State 27, Colorado State 7

    Full summary and highlight video to follow....
     
  9. Strombeo

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    is there any way to see the "drive summary" (not just the scoring summary, but the actual drive info - each play) after the game? (and after you have left the end-game menu?) I looked around but am only finding the scoring summary....
     
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  11. Magoo

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    It was the Baylor Bears and the Pitt Panthers facing off in week 2 competition. These two coaches though just recently met have quickly formed a friendly rivalry where they love to knock the other out out of the win column. Each coach has their own formula for success and so far in this early season they both were undeafeated. Baylor came in with heisman hopeful Robert Griffin who Pitt looked to contain. If Pitt could contain him and keep him under wraps and not let him have time to set and pass nor scramble around the Panthers would have a chance. The game started off slow for both teams but soon Baylor scored twice to make it a 10-0 game. Pitt would answer right back and come up with a Graham 43 yd TD run to make it 10-7.

    After this run by Graham Pitt would cause a critical fumble that would stop Baylor from scoring before halftime and would lead to a Pitt score that would put them up 14-10 at the half.

    Coach would have them fired up at the half and that would carry on into the 2nd half where Pitt would jump out to a lead of 28-10. But a costly INT would dash the hopes of Baylor again and make the hill even steeper than ever with time now becoming a factor.

    Pitt would hold onto the lead the rest of the game and felt pretty comfortable with their lead though they did have to recover 2 important onside recoveries to seal the deal. Graham would finish the game with over 200 yards of rushing. Making him Coach's player of the game, because with out him in the back field the win would not have been possible.

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  12. Magoo

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    I would like to combine all my videos into one but all my videos do not show up under the EA sports replay feature so that I can combine into 1. Can anyone help me?
     
  13. Coach_III

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    Press Conference:

    " We play excellent defense in this game. Thats why we won. We were able to capitalize on the bad throw and force some of the Fresno WR's to drop passes. They were able to stay on the field a bit much for my taste but overall defense was solid. B.J Dainels went 10 for 7 so I cant complain there and also had 2 TDs for the day. Murray picked up solid running yards as well. Good performance. It seemed as Fresno struggeled but they had some success in their rushing attack but we will take the win"...Coach III

    Turnovers was what gave us to momentum
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  14. smlVICTORIES53

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    You can only have 5 uploads or somethin like that on you media page at a time. Everytime you upload a new one it replaces the oldest one.

    Option 1- save 5 videos upload them to EA's site and then download them to your computer's hard drive. You'd have to have some type of video editing software that would allow you to pull multiple videos in and make a single video out of them.

    Option 2- have a video capture hardware/software that captures the entire game. Go back and frame out the "scenes" you want, edit and merge all into a single video. There are some guys on this site that are top notch at that stuff. I myself don't partake in it but I gave a general overview
     
  15. Magoo

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    Thanks for the help.
     
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    Defensive Victory for Huskies

    UConn played its home opener on a rainy afternoon in East Hartford. The Huskies had a balanced attack on paper but QB Mike Box was less than effective in his first start 6-10 138 YDS 1 INT and 0 TDs, but the bright spot was the running game. The Huskies were led by DJ Shoemate and his 127 yards and 1 score. Shoemate broke the game open in the 4th with a 79 rush with 2:30 left in the 4th. Huskies played well defensively (5 sacks), but made 1 miscue in the first half allowing CSU QB Thomas in on a 14 yards scramble. UConn's defense was stout only allowing 142 yards.

    UConn Standouts
    DJ Shoemate (HB)- 15 carries for 127 yards, 1 TD
    Ryan Griffin (TE)- 3 receptions for 86 yards
    Sio Moore (OLB)- 5 tackles, 3 TFL, sack
    Trevardo Williams (DE)- 3 tackles, 3 sacks
    Jerome Williams (MLB)- 6 tackles, 1 TFL


     
  17. Strombeo

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    video of the UConn vs Colorado State game here (well, 3 qtrs of it anyways.. my camera died at the beginning of the 4th... all the scoring is in there though (all 17 points of it, hah!)) - more details to follow

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eh6FA6Wnvec
     
  18. Magoo

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    Pitt went to Iowa to take on the Hawkeyes and hoped to continue the roll they have been on since the season started. Pitt struck first with a Graham running it in for a touchdown. Then it was pretty scarce scoring game and it would take both defenses taking no prisoners. Iowa struck next with their own TD to tie it up till late in the 4th QTR. Iowa knocked out Graham for the game and Pitt had to rely on underclassman to score the game winning touchdown with about 30 seconds left in the game. It was a big game that will hopefully push the Pitt Panthers to the next level. Pitt now looks to take on the Falcons of Air Force and come out with a win and some good recruiting news, that they so desperately need. Defense is what wins this game and limited critical turnovers.
     
  19. Coach_III

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    USF 23 Texas Tech 17

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    Press Conference​

    " Good Job for us. Another great road win. Texas Tech uses the spread offense just like we do at USF. So we were familiar with the formations that they were in. Not a lot of passes thrown bye there QB Karam. I think he had around 9 or 10 attempts, so they they didnt go to the air that much, but he did hit a bomb for a TD. He caught DB K. Webster out of position a bit. Just something with have to touch up on in defensive assignments and audibles. We had a good lead and the Red Raiders RB brought them back into the game moving the chains, bringing the ball down the field. Gotta stop these RBs in the future. Our offense are on right now. They a playing very well. We are making little mistakes on offense and thats just the way I like it. WR A. Love had 198 yards receiving and 2 tds. He made a good play when catching a tipped ball and converted a crucial 3 down"...Coach III

    Good Game PAPA PERRY
     
  20. smlVICTORIES53

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    Louisville comes back from a 14pt. deficit in the 4th quarter against Kansas St.

    I'll to kick wife off computer tonight and get a write-up done
     
  21. Strombeo

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    Ok, so I don't think there is any way to see the drive summary after tou have left the game itself. I did a more generic summary b/c of this:

    2011 - Week 2
    Kansas State 27, Colorado State 7
    Summary:
    Both teams came into their week 2 games with high hopes, but only one was going to be able to leave victorious. Colorado State started out strong, and looked like they might have the upper hand, but as time went on, Kansas State's defense proved otherwise. With 5 interceptions thrown throughout the game, Colorado State's quarterback's effort was a heap of bad decisions one top of a pile of inaccurate passes. Kansas State's offense made the most of the opportunities given to them by their defense, punching in 3 touchdowns as well as 2 field goals. Coach Strombeo of Colorado State has expressed his dissapointment in his player's effort, but was quick to point out the thing that really bothers him were the mental mistakes. The QB trying to force passes into coverage, and the defensive ends and corner backs loosing contain and biting on misdirection runs.
     
  22. Strombeo

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    2011 - Week 3
    Connecticut 10, Colorado State 7
    Summary:
    After a poor showing against Kansas State in week 2, Colorado State looked a lot better in week 3 aginst Connecticut. A lot better, but still not good enough. This week's gaame was a defensive battle, with both team's offensive units struggling just to move the chains. When asked about his thoughts after the game, Colorado State's Coach Strombeo said - "I am pleased with the improvements from last week, but clearly we still have a ways to go. The defense really buttened down for most of the game, and to be honest, I don't think we can put the blame on them at all. Holding UConn to 10 points should have been good enough. We need to iron out our offensive issues, and get a few more points on the board. I don't know if out boys on offense are intimidated, or just not awake and pumped up enough for the game, but thats going to be our main focus for this next week, figuring out what we can do to be more effective on offense."
     
  23. Erik the Red

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    Is it ok if i Just do game recaps through the EA page? set up pretty sweet, or hell I'll just link it, never mind.
     
  24. Erik the Red

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    What you might be able to do is just upload the videos for that game you want to show then make it into a highlight and then it should save as that and then when you upload other videos your hightlight should only count as one. so you'll still have more room for more.
     
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