2012 Season Overview

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    WEEK 8

    UCLA, Oregon stage offensive clinic in Eugene
    UCLA 62, Oregon 52


    In a back and forth game in which no team led by more than 10 points at any one time, UCLA made a national statement in going toe to toe with Mogriff and the Oregon Ducks. According to Coach Fosh, "in this game our questionable speed was not questionable at all. We out-sped the Ducks in this one."

    Where the Bruins really made their mark was on the ground. Halfback E. Nicholas gained an almost unfathomable 20 yards per carry on 10 carries, good for 202 yards and 2 touchdowns, with a long gain of 93.

    MoGriffjr, the Oregon coach, said: "This was one of those games I was destined to lose. I coulda put up 100 and he woulda had 101. Everytime I seemingly had his guys wrapped up, they broke a tackle- everytime! Not to mention the 3 int's I dropped but it was a helluva game by fosh who said he has questionable speed but not from his RB's. He called a great game. Props."

    Player of the GAme:
    F. Welsh, UCLA: 14-18, 346 Yards, 4 TD, 0 INT

    UCLA 7-0 (4-0)
    Oregon 6-1 (3-1)


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    USC handles ASU thanks to 5 turnovers
    Arizona State 24, USC 51


    Win the turnover battle, win the game. That's how it goes in the tradition. The Trojans got out of the gate quickly and never looked back. They had a big stop early when they held ASU to a long field goal, and countered with three touchdowns to build a 21-3 advantage before perennial Heisman candidate Deonte Scott caught touchdown passes of 80 yards and 51 yards to get the Sundevils back in the game. Two more touchdowns by USC before the end of the half got them back on solid footing and they held the Sundevils to just a seven points in the second half.

    According to Coach Ramirez, halfback Cedrick Sullivan is still not healthy after suffering an injury several weeks ago. "He has played the last 2 weeks but his 96 speed is not there," Ramirez said. "He is running around at what seems like 88 speed. When is his speed going to come back! It has been 6 weeks already? It also still shows him as injured was the initial diagnosis just wrong? I thought I was going to be dangerous this year! Fuck!"

    Player of the GAme:
    B. Turner, USC: 16-20, 280 Yards, 3 TD, 1 INT

    Arizona State 4-2 (1-2)
    USC 7-0 (5-0)


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    Oklahoma State relies on ground game, defense in win
    Texas A&M 21, Oklahoma State 28


    The Cowboys came out with the idea of pounding the ball on the ground and relying on their defense to stop Todd Butler and the Aggies. V. Watkins scored three times on the ground as State won the time of possession battle 17:54 to 14:10, and A&M QB Todd Butler was picked off near the end of the game to thwart a possible tying score. Butler also had trouble on the ground, accounting for three fumbles.

    Player of the GAme:
    V. Watkins, Ok. State: 26 Car, 126 Yards, 3 TD -

    Texas A&M 6-2 (3-1)
    Oklahoma State 6-2 (3-1)


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    Purdue uses homefield advantage, turnovers to take down #3 Michigan
    Michigan 18, Purdue 51


    A game that was tied 10-10 turned into a blowout in the second half due to Michigan's interceptions. According to coach Russ Russell, "Just a story of two halves. First half I felt like we played well and it was tied. Huge mistake by me inside the ten cost at least a FG, Purdue drove down inside the redzone and returned the error. Second half we fell apart, we dropped more passes in this game then I can remember seeing in our first six games and all in half two - a few were meaningless but a couple were huge."

    Free safety Tommie Thomas was the big difference maker in this game. With the game still close, he returned two interceptions for touchdowns in the span of five minutes in the second half.

    Player of the GAme:
    B. Williams, Purdue: 6 Rec, 205 Yds, 2 TD, 84 Long

    Purdue 8-0 (5-0)
    Michigan 6-1 (2-1)


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    Longhorns throttle Nebraska on the road
    Texas 54, Nebraska 31


    Texas ran up 471 yards of total offense in beating Nebraska into submission on the road. Nebraska turned the ball over five times, which would be their undoing.

    Player of the GAme:
    G. Warren, Texas: 26-40, 381 yards, 6 TD, 0 INT

    Texas 6-2 (3-1)


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    Sooners destroy the Buffs in Boulder
    Oklahoma 65, Colorado 7


    Oklahoma scored at least two touchdowns in every quarter, and mixed in a humiliating safety for good measure. The highlight of quarterback J. Barnes' game was a 74-yard touchdown run that got the Sooners off and running early in the game. Oklahoma accounted for 628 yards of total offense compared to 283 for Colorado

    Player of the GAme:
    J. Barnes, Oklahoma: 10-15, 223 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT - 13 car, 151 yards, 1 TD

    Oklahoma 6-2 (4-0)


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    Penn State hammers Northwestern
    Penn State 70, Northwestern 13


    Penn STate forced three turnovers and gave none back, and held on to the ball for 19:49 to win an easy one.

    Player of the GAme:
    M. Williams, Penn St: 14 Car, 216 Yards, 2 TD, 73 Long

    Penn State: 4-3 (3-1)


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    Pryor singlehandedly embarrasses Wisconsin
    Ohio State 69, Wisconsin 14


    The University of Wisconsin actually put the kabosh on the 4th-quarter playing of "Jump Around," a Camp Randall tradition, as they were already down 59-7 at the end of the third quarter. The fans who were still there sat glumly as Terrelle Pryor threw his umpteenth touchdown pass of the game shortly after the tradition normally takes place. Stat of the game: Total offense. Ohio State 831, Wisconsin 101.

    Player of the GAme:
    Terrelle Pryor, Ohio State: 31-39, 477 Yards, 6 TD, 0 INT - 10 Car, 71 Yds, 1 TD

    Ohio State 6-1 (3-0)


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    WEEK 9

    Penn State upsets Ohio State as Pryor struggles
    Penn State 31, Ohio State 24


    Penn State took a 7-0 lead and never trailed in the game, holding Terrelle Pryor to a season-worst quarterback rating in the process. Mark Williams scored on a 32-yard run to open the scoring, then repeated the process from 79 yards out following an Ohio State touchdown. The Bucks tied the score at 14-14 on a QB keeper by Pryor, but Penn State scored on a 15-yard touchdown pass with one second remaining in the half. Following that, the Nittany Lions received the second-half kickoff and stretched the lead to 28-14.

    Player of the GAme:
    M. Williams, Penn State: 23 Car, 182 Yards, 7.9 Avg, 2 TD, 79 Long - 2 Rec, 13 Yds, 1 TD

    Penn State 5-3 (4-1)
    Ohio State 6-2 (3-1)


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    ASU Sundevils demolish Stanford
    Stanford 13, Arizona State 83


    Arizona State took out their frustrations in classic fashion, hanging 83 points on hapless Stanford and leaving freshman phenom Tramon Atkins in the game well into the fourth quarter. After Atkins' eighth touchdown of the game, the Sundevils went for the two-point conversion for good measure.

    Player of the GAme:
    T. Atkins, ASU: 31 Car, 325 Yards, 6 TD, 2 Rec, 77 Yds, 2 TD

    #18 Arizona State 5-2 (2-2)


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    Baylor gives Aggies a scare
    Texas A&M 55, Baylor 41


    Three turnovers by Texas A&M and 465 passing yards by Baylor ensured that the favored Aggies had to work hard for their victory. Baylor had a 27-21 halftime lead, but A&M put up 13 points in the third quarter then outscored the Bears 21-14 in the final frame.

    Player of the GAme:
    T. Butler, A&M: 16-30, 272 Yards, 5 TD, 2 INT - 22 Car, 71 Yards, 1 TD

    #20 Texas A&M 7-2 (4-1)
    Baylor 2-5 (1-4)


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    Michigan trounces Iowa
    Iowa 16, Michigan 73


    The normally slow Big House track yielded 848 yards of total offense to the hometown Wolverines, and Sam McGuffie rushed for 227 yards and 6 touchdowns to make a big impression in the Heisman race.

    Player of the GAme:
    S. McGuffie, Michigan: 27 Car, 227 Yards, 6 TD - 5 Rec, 150 Tards, 1 TD

    #6 Michigan 7-1 (3-1)
    Iowa 4-3 (2-3)


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    Oklahoma D plays exceptionally well in beating Missouri
    Oklahoma 38, Missouri 13


    The Sooners held an always-tough Missouri offense to just 199 yards of total offense, and 172 yards via the air. Missouri, 5-14 (35%) on third-down conversions, also helped the cause by throwing two interceptions.

    Player of the GAme:
    R. Washington, Oklahoma: 5 Tak, 4 TFL, 4 sacks, 1 DEFL

    #9 Oklahoma 7-2 (5-0)
    #19 Missouri 7-2 (3-2)


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    Purdue shuts out Northwestern on the road
    Purdue 38, Northwestern 0


    The Wildcats had the ball in the red zone on three occasions, and couldn't come away with points, as they were turned away on downs twice and missed a field goal. Defensive end Daniel Noel continued a season-long assault on the Purdue record books with two more sacks and a forced fumble.

    Player of the GAme:
    R. Moore, Purdue: 30 Car, 131 Yards, 2 TD, 16 Long

    #2 Purdue 9-0 (5-0)
    Northwestern 4-4 (1-4)


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    Texas Tech (1-7) shadow of its former self, hammered by Horns
    Texas 66, Texas Tech 17


    Texas Tech won the national championship in the first year of the Tradition (2009). Oh how times have changed. The Red Raiders threw for 300 yards but that was the only bright spot of the day as they rushed for just 14 yards and allowed 637 yards of total offense to the Longhorns.

    Player of the GAme:
    G. Warren, Texas: 25-32, 423 Yards, 4 TD, 2 INT

    #15 Texas 7-2 (4-1)
    Texas Tech 1-7 (0-5)


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    Nebraska takes down Oklahoma State on the road
    Nebraska 55, Oklahoma State 52


    Give away just six turnovers and the Oklahoma State Cowboys likely would have come up winners against Nebraska yesterday. Unfortunately, there were seven. The seventh was a fumble, and Nebraska player J. Williams returned it 51 yards for the game-winning score with 0:53 to play.

    Player of the GAme:
    C. Norton, Nebraska: 6 Tackles, 1 TFL, 1 Sack, 2 INT, 2 Deflections, 2 FF, 1 TD (53-yard INT return)

    Oklahoma State 6-3 (3-2)
    Nebraska 3-4 (3-2)


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    Oregon bounces back from a loss with a beatdown
    Oregon 77, Washington State 14


    By now it's more cliche' than an Asian person that can't drive: Team in the Tradition gets beat. Team turns around and hangs 77 points on the next CPU team they run up against. Oregon followed the process to a T.

    Player of the GAme:
    G. Goodman, Oregon: 7 Car, 149 Yards, 3 TD, 61 Long - 2 Rec, 38 yards

    #5 Oregon 7-1 (4-1)
    Wash. State 1-5 (1-4)
     
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    WEEK 10

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    Aggies win battle of Top 20 teams
    Texas A&M 41, Oklahoma 24


    Oklahoma had more yards, twice the number of first downs, and gained 186 yards on the ground. It didn't matter because Texas A&M took care of the football and the Sooners did not, suffering their first loss in conference play this season. Contributing to the Sooners' woes, famed wide receiver James Jackson suffered a season - and career - ending injury.

    Travis Green blasted out of the gates with a 55-yard touchdown run to give the Sooners the early lead. After A&M responded just under two minutes later with a 19-yard scoring pass from Todd Butler to B. Bass, the Sooners finished out the first quarter with a 1-yard touchdown run to take the lead - as it turns out, for the last time.

    Texas A&M dominated the second quarter with a 76-yard touchdown pass to tie the game, got the ball right back and scored on a one yard run a mere 20 seconds later. Then the defense closed out the quarter strong and allowed the A&M offense to get some distance. Butler threw a 15-yard strike to G. Black to give the Aggies a 28-14 lead at halftime.

    One stray reporter managed to catch up with Coach Rhude as he was getting into his car after the game. Asked for comment, Rhude simply said: "Texas A&M played well.....we didn't. Good night."

    Player of the Game:
    Todd Butler, Texas A&M: 13-21, 232 Yards, 3 TD, 1 INT - 13 Car, 27 Yards, 2 TD, 15 long

    #17 Texas A&M 8-2 (5-1)
    #20 Oklahoma 7-3 (5-1)


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    Texas knocks off Oklahoma State
    Oklahoma State 7, Texas 41


    Six interceptions did in Oklahoma State as Texas won an easy one. G. Warren missed on just two of his throws on the day, going 15-17 for 295 yards and 3 touchdowns, with one interception. Oklahoma State narrowly avoided the shutout when M. Johnson found V. Watkins on a 45-yard touchdown pass.

    Player of the Game:
    D. McIntosh, Texas: 10 Tackles, 1 TFL, 2 INT, 2 Deflections

    #14 Texas 8-2 (5-1)
    Oklahoma State 6-4 (3-3)



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    USC downs Oregon State
    USC 70, Oregon State 10


    The Trojans scored at least 21 points in each of the first three quarters in recording an easy win.

    Player of the Game:
    HB Brian Stallings: 15 Car, 157 Yds, 4 TD

    #1 USC 8-0 (6-0)
    Oregon State 2-5 (1-4)


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    UCLA many points, Washington STate few points
    UCLA 77, Washington State 17


    The Bruins scored at least 21 points in each of the first three quarters in recording an easy win.

    Player of the Game:
    E. Nicholas, UCLA: 9 Car, 242 Yards, 4 TD, 74 Long, 26.8 YPC average

    #4 UCLA 8-0 (5-0)
    Wash St 1-6 (1-5)


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    Penn State dominates Illinois on the ground
    Illinois 26, Penn State 69


    The Nittany Lions had a tough time stopping the Illini via the air, but dominated thoroughly in all other areas to win going away. Mark Williams had two touchdown runs of over 40 yards as he singlehandedly obliterated the Illinois defense.

    Player of the Game:
    M. Williams, Penn State: 19 Car, 168 Yards, 8.8 avg, 4 TD, 49 Long

    #15 Penn State 6-3 (5-1)
    Illinois 2-6 (0-5)


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    Wolverines rape, pillage Northwestern in Ann Arbor
    Michigan State 6, Michigan 76


    The Wolverines scored at least 21 points in each of the first three quarters in recording an easy win.

    Player of the Game:
    S. McGuffie, Michigan: 17 Car, 255 Yards, 3 TD, 94 Long

    #6 Michigan 8-1 (4-1)
    Michigan State 1-7 (0-5)


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    Ohio State hangs Minnesota by their toenails
    Ohio State 77, Minnesota 3


    The Buckeyes scored at least 21 points in each of the first three quarters in recording an easy win. Ok, that's a lie. They scored 28 in the first, 21 in the second, and 14 in the third and fourth quarters.

    Player of the Game:
    Who else: 22-28, 329 Yards, 5 TD, 0 INT - 4 Car, 34 Yards, 2 TD

    #13 Ohio State 8-2 (5-1)
    Minnesota 5-2 (3-2)


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    Sundevils drop 45 points on the Huskies in second quarter
    Arizona State 78, Washington 13


    It will go down in infamy as the worst quarter the Washington Huskies have ever - or likely will ever - play. That is, until they visit Tempe next season. Arizona State scored 45 consecutive points in the second quarter following a 20-yard Husky field goal with 0:58 to go in the first quarter. ASU's incredibly speedy receiver/running back tandem D. Scott and T. Atkins scored a combined three touchdowns of over 50 yards in the quarter, and C. Smith returned three interceptions for touchdowns. Yet somehow, Smith was not named player of the game. Washington was an embarrassing 9-24 on third down attempts in this game.

    Player of the Game:
    T. Atkins, ASU: 28 Car, 259 Yards, 2 TD, 55 Long - 2 Rec, 87 Yards, 1 TD

    #18 Arizona State 6-2 (3-2)
    Washington 1-7 (0-6)


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    Purdue outlasts LSU, still undefeated
    Purdue 45, LSU 21


    In a classic case of the final score not indicating how close a game was, Purdue was down 10-14 at halftime, took a 17-14 lead in the third quarter on a 16-yard touchdown pass from A. Robinson to S. Ogletree, then used timely defensive stops and some big plays on offense to record 28 fourth-quarter points. LSU played very tough defense in the game, knocking passes free of Purdue receivers' hands all day and pressuring Robinson into an interception. Robinson steadied himself like he has all season and led the team to victory. Purdue hosts Ohio State next week in a game that means everything.

    Player of the Game:
    A. Robinson, Purdue: 22-38, 263 Yards, 4 TD, 1 INT

    #2 Purdue 9-0 (5-0)
    LSU 3-3 (2-2)
     
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    WEEK 11

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    Ohio State knocks Purdue out of the national title hunt
    Penn State 31, Ohio State 24




    Purdue needed to simply beat Ohio State, and their ticket to the national championship game likely would have been punched. Games against Michigan State and Indiana (at home) weren't exactly threatening. The Boilermakers came out with a good game plan and made a few big plays early on. After going up 14-7, it appeared the Boilers would have a shot at putting another score on the board to put further distance between them and the ever-dangerous Buckeyes. Instead, freshman phenom Anthony Robinson was sabotaged by his coach, who called somewhat of a trick play. The Buckeyes weren't fooled at all, and Robinson's floater was intercepted by B. Beato and returned for a 22-yard touchdown that tied the game.

    The momentum was all in favor of the Buckeyes as they pretty much ran away with the game at that point. Purdue tied the game at 21-21 shortly into the third quarter, but Ohio State scored on a 16-yard pass play and yet another interception return to gain a two-touchdown cushion.

    Player of the GAme:
    B. Beato, Ohio State: 6 Tackles, 2 INT, 2 touchdown returns

    #10 Ohio State 8-2 (5-1)
    #8 Purdue 9-1 (5-1)


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    Dangerous Nebraska falls just short agaisnt Aggies
    Texas A&M 48, Nebraska 38


    Nebraska had already taken down one user team this season (Oklahoma State). When I saw that this game was still close in the third quarter, I started paying attention. Eventually, Todd Butler and company got things back on track, even if Butler wasn't a huge part of the solution - he threw three interceptions on the day and spent some time on the bench in this one.

    Nebraska built the early lead with a 35-yard touchdown pass, then returned an interception 41 yards for a touchdown to go up 14-0. A&M fought back with a touchdown and a field goal, then took the lead on a short run by C. Gray. Nebraska was able to tie the game at 17-17 on a 20-yard field goal, as the Aggies made a huge red zone stop prior to halftime. The Aggies subsequently kicked a short field goal to take the lead 20-17 at halftime.

    The Aggies widened the lead to 10 points on a 42-yard touchdown pass early in the third quarter, but watched in horror as Nebraska completed a 67-yard touchdown strike to pull the game back to within a field goal. It was A&M's ground game that really took control of this game, as C. Gray accounted for three touchdowns in the fourth quarter.

    Player of the GAme:
    C. Gray, Texas A&M: 23 Car, 128 Yards, 5.5 Avg, 3 TD, 18 Long

    #17 Texas A&M 9-2 (6-1)
    Nebraska 3-6 (3-4)


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    Cal Bears nearly topple Bruins
    UCLA 45, Cal 32


    UCLA had a tenuous 28-17 lead at halftime, following a back-and-forth first half that saw two touchdown runs by E. Nicholas and a 94-yard kickoff return by A. Dean. Cal scored a touchdown midway through the third quarter to pull to within four points at 28-24. Following a 27-yard touchdown strike from F. Welsh to B. Cook, Cal again pulled to within striking distance with a three-yard touchdown pass and two-point conversion that made it 35-32.

    Any mistake by the Bruins at this point likely would have been disastrous. Responding to the pressure, Welsh threw a 61-yard touchdown pass on the ensuing drive, and the Bruins locked down the Bears for the rest of the game on defense.

    Player of the GAme:
    E. Nicholas: 23 Car, 90 Yards, 2 TD, 22 Long - 2 Rec, 45 Yards

    #3 UCLA 9-0 (6-0)
    Cal 4-5 (3-4)


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    Travis Green and the Sooners run over Texas Tech
    Oklahoma 45, Texas Tech 28


    Oklahoma played bend-but-dont-break defense and tore up the Red Raiders on offense to run away with the game in the second half. The teams traded touchdowns in the first half; a 71-yard run by Travis Green of the Sooners highlighted the early scoring. Tied 14-14, Oklahoma hit a 50-yard field goal, then got the ball back and Travis Green broke another long run, scoring from 64 yards out.

    Yet Texas Tech hung around. They scored on a 1-yard touchdown pass with three seconds remaining in the first half to keep within striking distance at 24-21.

    In the second half, Oklahoma's defense got things under control. Green plowed in from three yards out to give the Sooners a 31-21 lead, and the defense held Texas Tech in check the entire third quarter. Green wrapped up his evening with a 31-yard touchdown scamper early in the fourth quarter, and OU rolled to the win.

    Player of the GAme:
    T. Green, Oklahoma: 31 Car, 324 Yards, 4 TD, 71 Long - (4) 20+ yard runs, 11 BTK, 1 fumble

    #20 Oklahoma 8-3 (6-1)
    Texas Tech 1-9 (0-7)


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    Longhorns wallop K State
    Texas 56, Kansas State 7


    Texas led 28-0 at halftime, and turned up the heat in the third quarter, scoring three more touchdowns to really put the game out of reach. G. Warren completed 30 of his 49 passes for 391 yards with five touchdowns and three interceptions as the Longhorns recorded 603 yards of total offense.

    Player of the GAme:
    J. Davis, Texas: 20 Car, 171 Yards, 2 TD, 42 Long

    #13 Texas 9-2 (6-1)
    Kansas State 4-5 (3-4)


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    Penn State puts wood to Carolina
    Penn State 65, North Carolina 31


    For the second week in a row the Penn State defense was gashed for over 300 yards by a computer opponent. This time the Tarheels torched them for 383 yards via the air. It didn't matter, as the Heels could do nothing to stop M. Williams and the Penn State offensive attack. The game was close at halftime, as Penn State held on to a 28-24 lead. The Nittany Lions then pulled away in the second half with three touchdown passes by N. Robinson and a 64-yard touchdown run by M. Williams.

    Player of the GAme:
    M. Williams, Penn State: 25 Car, 256 Yards, 2 TD, 64 Long - 2 Rec, 87 Yards, 1 TD, 68 Long

    #15 Penn State 7-3 (5-1)
    North Carolina 6-4 (4-3)

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    Oregon drops 83 on Huskies
    Oregon 83, Washington 17


    Week 11 saw Oregon take Washington behind the woodshed. It marked the return of star RB Joseph Wilson who has been rather average in the past few weeks. Wilson had a stellar game, rushing for over 200 yards and 3 scores while heisman candidate gerald goodman rushed for 150+ in the game with 3 scores himself. Coach got his backups plenty of playing time as they entered the game with 4 minutes left in the 3rd quarter with the score 52 to 17. The backups were on point as they shutout wsu's offense and scored 31 more points to end the score at 83 to 17. (I super simmed after I subbed my backups in) -Penned by MogriffJr

    Player of the GAme:
    J. Wilson, Oregon: 16 Car, 226 Yards, 4 TD, 69 Long

    #4 Oregon 8-1 (5-1)
    Washington 1-8 (0-7)


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    Other League Scores
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    USC 70, Stanford 13
    B. Stallings: 18 Car, 301 Yards, 5 TD, 98 Long


    Michigan 76, Minnesota 17
    S. McGuffie: 36 Car, 341 Yards, 6 TD, 37 Long


    Arizona State 66, Oregon State 3
    T. Atkins: 23 Car, 130 Yards, 4 TD, 60 Long


    Baylor 26, Oklahoma State 73
    J. Brown: 11 Tackles, 2 TFL, 2 INT, 1 FF, 1 TD


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    Other Notable Scores

    Florida 55, South carolina 3
    #9 UF 8-2 (7-1)

    Utah 47, New Mexico 20
    #6 Utah 8-0 (6-0)

    Florida State 56, Clemson 23
    #2 FSU 9-0 (8-0), #14 Clemson 8-2 (6-2)
     
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    Week 12

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    League schedule and rankings

    Washington State @ #18 Arizona State (7-2, 4-2)
    Oklahoma State (7-4, 4-3) @ Texas Tech
    #22 Wisconsin @ #5 Michigan (9-1, 5-1)
    Oregon State @ #3 UCLA (9-0, 6-0)
    #4 Oregon (8-1, 5-1) @ #1 USC (9-0, 7-0) - GAME OF THE WEEK
    #20 Oklahoma (8-3, 6-1) @ Baylor
    #10 Ohio State (8-2, 5-1) @ Illinois
    #8 Purdue (9-1, 5-1) @ Michigan State
    #15 Penn State (7-3, 5-1) @ Indiana

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    WEEK 12

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    Ducks win a squeaker to get back into the National Title hunt
    Oregon 42, USC 38



    All you need to know about this game was that the lead changed hands nine times. As principal Rooney would say... "NIIINE TIMES."

    The explosive squads combined for over 1,060 yards of total offense. Oregon managed to survive despite losing the turnover battle 3-0, mostly because they were 14-15 on third down conversions. In other words, USC absolutely could not get these guys off the field.

    Oregon held a 21-17 halftime lead, which USC grabbed back early in the second half on a 4-yard touchdonw pass. Oregon's speedy Gerald Goodman rectified that with two touchdowns before the fourth quarter, one on an 89-yard catch and run. USC was game, and battled back with a pair of touchdowns to open the fourth quarter; they failed on a two-point conversion attempt that left them down 35-30, but made the next one to go up by a field goal, 38-35. With 20 seconds left in the game, C. Crowder threw a prayer into triple coverage in the end zone. Like most hosannas uttered by the offense on this day, it was answered.

    Player of the GAme:
    C. Crowder, Oregon: 31-44, 513 yards, 4 TD, 3 INT

    #3 Oregon 9-1 (6-1)
    Games remaining: Arizona, Oregon State

    #6 USC 9-1 (7-1)
    Games remaining: #7 Notre Dame, #2 UCLA (JFosh)


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    Other League Scores


    Arizona State 78, Washington State 3
    T. Atkins: 25 Car, 314 Yards, 6 TD
    #17 Arizona State 8-2 (5-2)


    Oklahoma State 68, Texas Tech 34
    J. Larson: 15 Car, 111 Yards, 5 TD
    Oklahoma State 8-4 (5-3)


    Michigan 66, Wisconsin 24
    S. McGuffie: 35 Car, 215 Yards, 1 TD, 43 Long - 6 Rec, 157 Yards, 3 TD
    #5 Michigan 10-1 (6-1)


    UCLA 61, Oregon State 29
    F. Welsh: 16-25, 216 Yards, 3 TD, 1 INT
    #2 UCLA 10-0 (7-0)


    Oklahoma 84, Baylor 14
    R. Washington: 11 Tak, 8 TFL, 7 Sacks, 1 FF
    #19 Oklahoma 9-3 (7-1)


    Ohio State 52, Illinois 10
    T. Pryor: 14-19, 461 Yards, 5 TD, 0 INT - 8 Car, 66 Yards, 1 TD
    #11 Ohio State 9-2 (6-1)


    Purdue 58, Michigan State 6
    R. Moore: 36 Car, 193 Yards, 5.3 Avg, 2 TD, 17 Long
    #8 Purdue 10-1 (6-1)


    Penn State 51, Indiana 17
    G. Davis: 8 Rec, 114 Yards, 3 TD, 74 Long, 54 YAC
    #15 Penn State 8-3 (6-1)



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    Other Notable Scores

    Florida State 38, Mississippi State 14
    #1 Florida State 10-0 (8-0)

    Utah 40, BYU 21
    #4 Utah 9-0 (7-0)
     

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