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=============== #2 USC Trojans (4-0) ===============
Last week, USC won 52-45 against Cal (2-2).
This week, the Trojans will host Washington State (3-1).
In recruiting news, the following USC targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) P Zac Williams has committed to USC
=============== Illinois Fighting Illini (4-0) ===============
Last week, Illinois won 24-17 against Louisiana Tech (1-2).
This week, the Fighting Illini will host Penn State (3-1).
In recruiting news, the following Illinois targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) LE Mark Callahan has committed to Illinois
=============== Missouri Tigers (2-2) ===============
Last week, Missouri lost 21-14 against South Carolina (3-2).
This week, the Tigers will host Mississippi State (1-3).
=============== Texas A&M Aggies (2-2) ===============
Last week, Texas A&M lost 63-51 against Maryland (2-2).
This week, the Aggies will host #5 Arkansas (3-1).
In recruiting news, the following Texas A&M targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) P Josh Robertson has committed to Texas A&M
- (**) MLB Jeff McDowell has committed to Texas A&M
- (***) CB Jonathan Pleasant has committed to Mississippi State
- (****) DT Michael Keyes has committed to Oklahoma
=============== #3 Oregon Ducks (4-0) ===============
Last week, Oregon won 38-20 against Arizona (3-1).
This week, the Ducks will host UCLA (3-1).
In recruiting news, the following Oregon targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) P Eric Stewart has committed to Oregon
- (***) LOLB Chris Bennett has committed to Oregon
=============== #14 Wisconsin Badgers (3-1) ===============
Last week, Wisconsin won 45-10 against Utah State (1-2).
This week, the Badgers will host #12 Nebraska (4-0).
In recruiting news, the following Wisconsin targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) DT Jason Stewart has committed to Wisconsin
- (***) RG Todd Blanchard has committed to Wisconsin
- (***) RE Matt Carr has committed to Wisconsin
- (****) SS Ramon Richardson has committed to Wisconsin
=============== Stanford Cardinal (2-2) ===============
Last week, Stanford won 33-0 against North Carolina (3-1).
This week, the Cardinal will host Washington (2-2).
In recruiting news, the following Stanford targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) RE Jason Johnson has committed to Stanford
=============== #5 Arkansas Razorbacks (3-1) ===============
Last week the Razorbacks were idle.
This week, the Razorbacks travel to College Station to face the Texas A&M Aggies (2-2).
In recruiting news, the following Arkansas targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) DT Michael May has committed to Oklahoma
=============== #20 Ohio State Buckeyes (3-1) ===============
Last week, Ohio State won 35-28 against Iowa (2-2).
This week, the Buckeyes travel to East Lansing to face the #9 Michigan State Spartans (3-0).
In recruiting news, the following Ohio State targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) ROLB Dave White has committed to Ohio State
- (****) LOLB Derrick Golden has committed to Auburn
- (****) CB Todd Harris has committed to Alabama
=============== Cal Golden Bears (2-2) ===============
Last week, Cal lost 52-45 against USC (4-0).
This week, the Golden Bears will host UCF (2-0).
=============== #23 South Carolina Gamecocks (3-2) ===============
Last week, South Carolina won 21-14 against Missouri (2-2).
This week, the Gamecocks travel to Lexington to face the Kentucky Wildcats (1-3).
=============== #4 Michigan Wolverines (4-0) ===============
Last week, Michigan won 38-31 against Notre Dame (3-1).
This week, the Wolverines will host Virginia (0-3).
Week 5 didn't produce the excitement like we expected but that's credit to the solid coaches we have leading these teams on to the field every Saturday. In the Big Ten, , for the second straight year Michigan & Notre Dame has produced excitement and a down to the wire winner. The Wolverines & Irish went back and forth before the tie was broken for the last time on a Fitzgerald Toussaint 20 yard run to seal the deal for Michigan who remain undefeated. Up in Madison, the Badgers blew out Utah State early to a 45-10 victory. Illinois continues to play close games but when the clock hits zero, they've been on the good end of things, this week slipping by a lowly Lousiana State team 24-17. The Buckeyes get the ship back on the right track with a big conference win over Iowa, but how will Ohio State handle the trip to East Lansing this week ? The Buckeyes have been the definition of inconsistent. Our Pac 12 boys had a full week, Oregon started conference play and beat the Arizona Wildcats 38-20. Arizona was fresh off an upset over our own Cal team so experts thought they could pull an upset 2 weeks in a row, we were wrong. Congrats to the Ducks as they stay hot & undefeated. The #1 team in the nation got quite a scare from in-state rival California. The Bears led for all but the most important part of the game. Barkley hooked up with Robert Woods inside of a minute left to give USC a 52-45 victory, and to think ole Coach Rockwell was telling me he could stop Denard..... In the great conference known to mankind (just ask fans of any SEC team, they'll tell you)...We saw the Gamecocks continue there unpredictable season and knock off Missouri 21-14. Arkansas had the week off in preparation for there match up with Texas A&M this week...speaking of Texas A&M, what the hell ? An SEC team lost to that little conference known as the ACC... were the turtle fans chanting ACC at the end ? We are getting closer and closer to having more and more upsets but the picture continues to become clearer and clearer every week...what will happen this week ? QB Tyler Wilson: 1,455 Yards, 10 TD, 10 INTHB Knile Davis: 427 Yards, 5 TDWR Cobi Hamilton: 19 Rec, 326 Yards, 3 TDOLB Alonzo Highsmith: 24 Tackles, 14 TFL, 2 SacksOLB Matt Marshall: 15 Tackles, 13 TFL, 5 Sacks QB Jameill Showers: 1,021 Yards, 4 TD, 5 INTHB Christine Michael: 430 Yards, 4 TDWR Ryan Swope: 297 Yards, 6 TDMLB Jonathan Stewart: 11 Tackles, 3 TFL, INTRE Damontre Moore: 6 Tackles, 4 TFL, 3 Sacks HB Fitzgerald Toussaint - 118 Yards, 2 TD QB Jameill Showers - 419 Yards, 3 TD HB Kenjon Barner - 117 Yards - 2 TD QB Matt Barkley - 519 Yards, 7 TD TE Nehemiah Hicks - 11 Rec, 207 Yards, TD WR Jared Abbrederis: 3 Rec, 115 Yards, 3 TD @The Big HouseAnn Arbor, MI @Memorial StadiumChampaign, IL @Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI @Spartan StadiumEast Lansing, MI @Stanford StadiumStanford, CA @The ColiseumLos Angeles, CA @Autzen StadiumEugene, OR @Memorial StadiumLos Angeles, CA @Commonwealth StadiumLexington, KY @Memorial StadiumColumbia, MO @Kyle FieldCollege Station, TX 21 - 31 17 - 35 24 - 28 30 - 10
I love being the underdog...go Aggies!!
Fixed the cheese for you...
where do i go to get my videos. wanna post a recap of my upset over MSU. i uploaded my vids to easports. and i'm in the video section media lounge thing...
OSU got off to a fast start in this one going up 21-0 in the 2nd quarter only to allow MSU back in it with 10 points to end the half. The scoring got under way as OLB Sabino for OSU tracked down a pass for an INT return TD. MSUs QB had literally a year to throw, so not sure how this happened, but thanks CPU. Also, you can see how absolutely awesome my 90 OVR Dline is in the first clip below. After that, Braxton found Stoneburner open down the middle for a 62 yard TD and again found the TE on a perfect PA pass for 15 yards. MSU would add a FG and then a fumble recovery for a TD to end the first half scoring. The 2nd half started with another MSU FG and then a scoring toss from Miller to WR Devin Smith from 7 yards. At the start of the 4th, Miller then took a read option the distance for 29 yards to put the score at 35-13. But the CPU went into overdrive from her on out, scoring on a 20 yd pass when OSU was bring the blitz on a 3rd and short. MSU would hold after a series of first downs and force OSU to punt. MSU once again drove down the field and punched it in on a 3 yd run. MSU, with all 3 TOs elected to kick the ball away...but that was the last time they had a chance to touch the ball. After getting a first down on a Zach Boren 10 yd FB run, the game was iced and OSU beat #9 MSU. Stats:Miller: 20/26 - 205 - 3 TD/1 INT --- 12 - 116 - 1 TDHyde: 16 - 33Stoneburner: 7 - 106 - 2 TDBrown: 6 - 62Sabino: 6 solo - 2 sack - 1 INT - 1 FF - 1 def TD Maxwell: 20/31 - 259 - 1 TD/1 INTBell: 17 - 50 - 1 TD
Boy, that Braxton Miller sure plays well against the CPU
Michigan St is one team that really scares me.. Played them a couple times offline and they always give me fits. Bell just runs me over and of course their passing game is tough. That's the one CPU game that I really need to bring my A game for. Also interested in seeing how Nebraska is with Martinez.
After Cal, im afraid of every CPU team.
I can't WAIT to see how many yards Taylor Martinez run's on me tonight....
Will be posting my recap soon but Illinois thumps Penn ST.
Will see how the recruiting goes had 8 guys attending the game
go figure you play a close game with everyone & then play a pretty good team and wax that ass
Washington's defense is not that great.
An Ohio State upset over Michigan State? Uh...
I think screw is referring to Trey picking msu to beat out in the gotw feature.
I think Screw would like us to think that he's Ohio University and not Ohio St.. Upset lol
#20 vs #9 not an upset?
fucking game froze in the middle of a "studio update" crap....the stream caught it and i have a video of it on my phone if proof is needed
The ever rising up the polls Michigan Wolverines entertained winless Virgina into the Big House in what was the first of 5 straight home games for the Maize and Blue. Their were plenty of recruits in the house so this was a very important game for the future of the football team. The game couldn't have started off any better for the home squad as the offense marched down the field and heisman hopeful Denard Robinson would score on his first carry of the game.. The defense was absolutely dominating in the opening half limiting Virginia to a grand total of 8 yards! The Cavs couldn't pass, couldn't run, basically just ran 3 plays and punted. Luckily for Virginia, the defense actually played pretty well. They kept Robinson in check about as well as you can even though he still ran for 2 TD's.The coaching staff should have felt pretty good about their play. After a late FG, Michigan would go into the break with a 17-0 lead. The Wolverines probably thought this game was in hand with the way the defense was playing but the Cav offense and Phillip Sims had different thoughts as this offense was not the same unit that walked into the locker room with their heads down. Sims and company received the ball and quickly went down the field and scored on a 2yd pass from Sims to HB Perry Jones. Michigan answered quickly however as Robinson would mix in the run and the pass and the Cav defense had no answer. Denard would finish things off from 2yd's out to give the home team a 24-7 lead. Sim's was just getting started though.. It took a grand total of 1 play for the now potent Virginia offense to answer. This time it was Sim's hitting slot receiver Darius Jennings from 71yds out to cut the lead to 10. It was now all offense as Robinson and company were now feeling it as well. A healthy dose of Fitz Touissant beat up the d-line and a Robinson to Roy Roundtree 11yd TD pass pushed the lead back up to 17 as it was Michigan 31, Virginia 17. Sim's was now unstoppable though as the defense had no answer for anything the former Alabama QB threw at them. At this point, they were not even bothering to run the ball as it was a all out aerial assault and they were indeed assaulting the Wolverine secondary! After TE Colter Phillips hauled in a Sim's 13yd TD pass, it was again down to a 10 point game. After a Denard pick, Virginia had their chance to make their move but the Wolverine defense finally stepped up and stopped the Cav's on downs. The Michigan offense went back to work and couldn't be stopped. Robinson was passing the ball nicely for the most part but it was 2nd string TB Vincent Smith that would give the Wolverines a commanding 17 point lead when he took a option read to the house from 28yds out. The Cav's weren't done though as they once again answered a Michigan score with one of their own. This time it was Sim's to Dominique Terrell from 42yds out to again cut the lead to 10. Michigan would recover the onside kick, pull it's starters and score once again as backup Devin Gardner would hit paydirt from 5yds out to give the Maize and Blue a 45-28 lead. Again, Sim's would shred the defense as Jennings would add his 2nd long TD of the game.. This time from 68yds out to once again, cut the lead to 10. Michigan would once again recover the onside kick and then would show some class as Devin Gardner busted through the tired Cavalier defensive line but instead of scoring, he knelt at the 2 so they wouldn't run the score up. We would expect a Buckeye to score that TD but we like to pride ourselves as a class program. We'll let the Buckeyes have all the stats, we'll take the win's. Final from the Big House Michigan 45 Virginia 35 Michigan will now wait to see how the big recruiting weekend shakes itself out. We expect to make some big moves with our top targets and we believe we will see a bunch of commits in the next week or two. We now have a bye next week to get ready for undefeated Illinois. Coach Welchel has done an amazing job with the Illini program so we expect a good ole fashioned Big Ten brawl. It'll be fun to see this up and coming team with our own eyes. Stats:Robinson 15-21 202yds TD 2 Int'sTouissant 20 Carries 104ydsRobinson 16-113yds 3 TD'sGardner 3-37yds TDSmith 2-27yds TDRoundtree 7 Catches 75yds TDGallon 4-58ydsDileo 3-65ydsDemans, Black & Roh: SackSims 23-33 429yds 5TD'sJones 15 Carries 40ydsJennings 5 Catches 194yds 2TD'sPhillips 6-96yds TDTerrell 5-77yds TD
Huskers Fall At Camp Randall Madison, WI -- After the breeze by Utah State last week Wisconsin looked forward to getting back to conference play this week. The Badgers hosted the undefeated and #12 Nebraska Huskers and needed a big victory after already suffering one conference loss. The Badgers took the opening possession and went a quick 3 and out after QB Danny O'Brien was sacked on 2 of the 3 plays. Nebraska marched right down the field led by the legs of QB Taylor Martinez & Rex Burkhead. The Huskers broke the ice with a Brett Maher 34 yard field goal midway through the quarter. However the Badgers answered & answered quickly when James White took an outside toss 75 yards for the score to hold a 7-3 lead. Nebraska moved quickly down the field and inside the Wisconsin 10 yard line when QB Taylor Martinez was sacked and fumbled, the ball was scooped by Wisconsin and taken to the house for another touchdown but the ref's reviewed the play & it was determined Martinez's knee was "down". Coach Eidson argued the call on how his knee could be down when he's standing straight up and drops the ball but the ref's stood with the decision and Nebraska caught a break. On the next play Nebraska scored on a touchdown run by Burkhead from 2 yards out. Wisconsin moved down the field once again with their possession. A mix of Montee Ball runs and quick passes from O'Brien set the Badgers up at the Nebraska 43 yard line, O'Brien hooked up with Isaiah Williams for the 43 yard score to give Wisconsin the lead once again, 14-10. The two teams traded scores but Wisconsin matched a 75 yard touchdown toss to Jared Abbredaris to another field goal from Nebraska to take a 21-13 lead midway through the 2nd. Nebraska went a quick 3 and out on the next drive and the Husker offense stood on the sideilne as Danny O'Brien and Jared Abbrederis went to work again, this time from 61 yards to extend the lead 28-13. Nebraska chewed up a little clock on there next drive but eventually gave possession back to Wisconsin. O'Brien found TE Jaceb Pedersen down the side line with a little over 30 seconds before the half. A few plays later O'Brien found Isaiah Williams once again and Wisconsin took a 35-13 lead to the half. Nebraska opened the 2nd half with a couple field goals to trim Wisconin's lead 35-19 and looked like they were going to climb there way back into the game but Montee Ball ended all momentum on a 33 yard touchdown run to again stab Husker fans in the gut. Nebraska made one late run in the 2nd half on a Taylor Martinez touchdown toss to WR Tim Marlowe with a 2point conversion from Rex Burkhead to trail 42-27 with 1:59 left. Somehow Nebraska recovered the onside kick and scored once again from the arm of Taylor Martinez to WR Jamal Turner, this time the 2 point conversion was dropped and Wisconsin still held on to a 42-33 lead. The Badgers recovered the next kick and it only took 4 run plays to end the Nebraska hopes as James White took another toss to the right side and into the endzone he went , 49-33 Badgers. Nebraska moved to midfield but eventually turned the ball over on downs and suffer there first loss of the season 49-33. The Badgers will travel to Champaign, IL next week to take on the fairy tale story of the season, undefeated Illinois Illini. Player StatsQB Taylor Martinez: 17/32, 325 Yards, 2 TDRB Rex Burkhead: 28 Att, 115 Yards, TDWR Jamal Turner: 3 Rec, 58 Yards, TDDT Baker Steinkuhler: 2 Tackles, 2 SacksLE Eric Martin: 2 Tackles, 2 Sacks QB Danny O'Brien: 13/20, 302 Yards, 4 TDHB White/Ball: 17 Att, 186 Yards, 3 TDWR Jared Abbrederis: 4 Rec, 157 Yards, 2 TDWR Isaiah Williams: 4 Rec, 108 Yards, 2 TDMLB Chris Borland: 7 Tackles, 2 Sacks Replay Linkhttp://www.twitch.tv/teclemson53/b/326369157
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