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2012 Week 2 (CPU Game) Summaries

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by Hellisan, Sep 30, 2010.

  1. Hellisan

    Hellisan Schemin 'em up

    Feb 10, 2009
    2012 Week 2 (CPU Game) Summaries

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    Clemson Tigers @ Washington Huskies

    The Huskies scored 28 straight points in the third and fourth quarters to pull away in what had been a very close game between these two schools, winning 63-26.

    The Tigers were down 28-13 at halftime as the Huskies had scored on a pair of short runs by Chris Polk as well as touchdown passes to James Johnson and Kevin Smith (71 yard screen pass that he took to the house).

    Clemson however came out on fire in the second half defensively. They recovered a fumble and intercepted a pass, and returned both for touchdowns. On the second one they attempted the 2-point conversion and failed. Suddenly it was 28-26 after what looked like a possible blowout.

    The Huskies nuked 'em from this point on as I don't think the Tigers got another stop.

    02:06 TD Washington Chris Polk HB #1 1 yard rush
    01:29 TD Clemson Andre Ellington HB #23 78 yard rush
    Second Quarter
    07:06 TD Washington Chris Polk HB #1 9 yard rush
    04:59 TD Clemson Bryce McNeal WR #7 4 yard pass from Tajh Boyd QB #10
    04:45 TD Washington Kevin Smith WR #81 71 yard pass from Nick Montana QB #5
    02:53 TD Washington James Johnson WR #3 26 yard pass from Nick Montana QB #5
    Third Quarter
    05:56 TD Clemson Corico Hawkins MLB #45 55 yard interception
    01:43 TD Clemson Malliciah Goodman LE #97 58 yard fumble
    00:43 TD Washington Chris Polk HB #1 9 yard rush
    Forth Quarter
    04:50 TD Washington Adam Long CB #27 99 yard interception
    04:03 TD Washington Deontae Cooper HB #33 9 yard rush
    02:33 TD Washington Deontae Cooper HB #33 57 yard rush

    Backup HB Deontae Cooper's role has continued to expand and he really dominated the second half of this game.

    Players of the game:

    Deontae Cooper: 23 car, 156 yds, 2 TD, 57 long
    Kurt Mangum: 7 tackles, 4 TAckles for Loss, Sack, pass deflected
  2. Mogriffjr

    Mogriffjr Walk On

    Feb 10, 2009
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    Rutgers- 45, LSU- 0

    This LSU team clearly came in rattled and it was the play of their FR-QB Matt Stokes that really showed how tight they were. Stokes threw 3 picks on the game and as a whole LSU turned the ball over 5 times on the game. The Rutgers defense was flying all over the place and got some huge contributions from their Freshman OLB Adam Osborn (9 tackles), OLB Chip Harvey (3 tackles, sack, FF) and RE Brian Moore (tackle, FR, TD)

    As for the Rutgers offense, they ran the ball well, rushing for 175 yards on the game, led by SR-RB DeAntwan Williams who rushed for 128 yards and 3TD's. SR-QB Steve Shimko was efficient on the game completing 9 of his 11 passes for 170 yards.
  3. jfosh

    jfosh Super

    Feb 10, 2009
    Biggest news out of the Iowa St. at Cal.....

    Cal looked good but starting QB Sweeny will be sidelined for 4 weeks after pulling a mucsle. JR Backup Allan Bradford did a solid job after taking over for Sweeny. But the coaching staff pulled the redshirt off of true freshman QB Pat Anderson.

    "We expect Anderson to compete for reps this week and who knows he could take us the rest of the way home."

    Anderson a 6'5" 205 lb athlete is the QB of the future and will definitely start next season. The Anderson era might just star a year sooner.

    Pitt looms around the corner.

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