2012 Week 6 Game Summaries

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  1. The Richuation

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    #23 Virginia Tech (4-1) vs North Carolina (4-0)
    Last week, the Hokies won 41-16 vs. Duke (2-2)
    In recruiting news, there were no commitments by Virginia Tech targets.


    #21 Cincinnati (4-1) at Pittsburgh (3-1)
    Last week, the Bearcats won 45-42 at Boise State (2-1)
    In recruiting news, there were no commitments by Cincinnati targets.

    #6 Nebraska (4-1) vs Texas Tech (2-2)
    Last week, the Cornhuskers won 41-3 vs. Kansas (4-1)
    In recruiting news, there were no commitments by Nebraska targets.

    #14 Clemson (4-1) vs #25 Notre Dame (3-2)
    Last week, the Tigers won 56-27 at Wake Forest (1-3)

    #13 West Virginia (4-1) at Rutgers (2-2)
    Last week, the Mountaineers won 73-37 vs. Syracuse (3-1)
    In recruiting news, the following West Virginia targets announced their decisions:
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    #4 LSU (5-0) vs Florida (3-2)
    Last week, the Tigers won 55-7 vs. New Mexico (0-4)
    In recruiting news, the following LSU targets announced their decisions:
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    #3 Ohio State (5-0) at #9 Penn State (3-1)
    Last week, the Buckeyes won 30-7 at Michigan State (3-1)

    #1 Miami (5-0) vs Duke (2-2)
    Last week, the Hurricanes won 33-20 vs. Florida State (2-2)
    In recruiting news, the following Miami targets announced their decisions:
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    QBPedro Jones[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]Mia

    #10 Texas (4-1) vs #16 Oklahoma (4-0)
    Last week, the Longhorns won 56-35 vs. Baylor (1-2)
    In recruiting news, the following Texas targets announced their decisions:
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    OLBZach Sledge[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]Texas

    #5 Michigan (4-0) at Wisconsin (1-2)
    Last week, the Wolverines won 44-37 at Notre Dame (3-2)
    In recruiting news, there were no commitments by Michigan targets.
     
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    Grindin

    University of Michigan pounds out a win despite the injuries begenning to pile up. Already without Denard Robinson for the next few weeks, starting RB Fitzgerald Toussaint suffered a knee injury that will keep him out of the rest of the regular season. In his replacement, gamebreaking backup Vincent Smith also went down, leaving the running game in the hands of freshman Andy White. With White grinding out tough yards and Devin Gardner doing just enough, Michigan wins in a game with no turnovers.

    Next Week @ Indiana
     
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    45-7 WV over the 'Cuse
    I was able to finally mount a great defensive performance and was on the verge of a shutout before Rutger's HB Jordan Thomas turned into John Riggins and ran over 4 of my players on the way to a 82 yard score. He didn't make a few guys miss or shake a couple arm tackles. He ran over 4 different Mountaineers in separate head-on collisions. It was awesome.... After continuously beating the nickle back with my slot receiver Austin I was finally able to get the Scarlet Knights outta there cover two a bit and was able to get the ball in space to JR Woods along the sidelines and make some plays.





    First Quarter

    06:46 TD West Virginia Shawne Alston HB #20 8 yard pass from Geno Smith QB #12

    04:31 TD West Virginia Chris Snook TE #48 29 yard pass from Geno Smith QB #12

    01:36 TD West Virginia JD Woods WR #81 74 yard pass from Geno Smith QB #12



    Second Quarter

    02:23 TD West Virginia Tavon Austin WR #1 4 yard rush

    00:56 TD West Virginia JD Woods WR #81 57 yard pass from Geno Smith QB #12

    00:10 TD West Virginia Tavon Austin WR #1 26 yard pass from Geno Smith QB #12



    Third Quarter

    04:28 FG West Virginia Tyler Bitancurt K #40 18 yard field goal



    Forth Quarter

    06:34 TD Rutgers Jordan Thomas HB #29 82 yard rush
     
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    Arkansas - 28


    05:43
    TD
    Arkansas
    Ronnie Wingo HB #20 11 yard rush


    04:36
    TD
    Auburn
    Trovon Reed WR #1 73 yard pass from Barrett Trotter QB #14


    01:28
    TD
    Auburn
    Michael Dyer HB #5 1 yard rush


    Second Quarter

    06:31
    FG
    Arkansas
    Zach Hocker K #18 24 yard field goal


    00:19
    TD
    Auburn
    Phillip Lutzenkirchen TE #43 3 yard pass from Barrett Trotter QB #14


    Third Quarter

    06:57
    TD
    Auburn
    Onterio McCalebb HB #31 8 yard rush


    04:48
    TD
    Arkansas
    Ronnie Wingo HB #20 54 yard rush


    00:06
    FG
    Arkansas
    Zach Hocker K #18 40 yard field goal


    Forth Quarter

    06:49
    FG
    Auburn
    Cody Parkey K #36 51 yard field goal


    02:11
    TD
    Arkansas
    Cobi Hamilton WR #11 83 yard pass from Brandon Mitchell QB #17


    00:34
    FG
    Auburn
    Cody Parkey K #36 54 yard field goal

    Wasn't as close as the score says, after the Razorbacks opened up with a score. The Tigers go up 21-10 by halftime and then 28-10 early in the third. Only after letting up off the gas would the Razorbacks claw their way back in the game.
    Notables
    Gambling with Arkansas on the 17 yard line Cobi Hamilton busts out with an 83 yd catch (ended with 3 rec 116yds 1 td). Sure to lead POW votes Trovon Reed ended the game with 9 rec 247 yds 1 td for the Tigers
     
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    With 11 recruits visiting campus for this game, the Buckeyes needed a win to keep their undefeated season in tact, and pull in some key recruits for next year. The Bucks would answer the challenge, jumping out to a 7-0 lead on the first drive. After a big pick 6 by a defensive end, the Nitany Lions were back in business, but would miss the extra point. After another Buckeye TD the Nitany Lions would strike back, but Ohio State would recover a fumble on the 2 point conversion and return for 2 points of their own. The Buckeyes would pull away in the 2nd half, led by TDs from Carlos Hyde and Jamal Berry. The defense would hold strong in the 2nd half, minus a 78 yard TD pass from Penn State, and the Buckeyes would go on to win 36-19.
     
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