2012 Week One Summaries

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    Welcome to Week 1!
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    =============== Providence Friars (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Friars will host Temple (0-0).

    =============== Sam Houston State Bearkats (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Bearkats travel to Provo to face the BYU Cougars (0-0).

    =============== Kennesaw State Owls (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Owls will host Palm Bch Atlantic (0-0).

    =============== Jackson State Tigers (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Tigers will host Army (0-0).

    =============== Marquette Golden Eagles (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Golden Eagles travel to East Hartford to face the Connecticut Huskies (0-0).

    =============== South Alabama Jaguars (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Jaguars will host Washington State (0-0).

    =============== Utah State Aggies (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Aggies will host Marshall (0-0).

    =============== Delta State Fighting Okra (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Fighting Okra will host Bowling Green (0-0).

    =============== Denver Pioneers (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Pioneers will host Air Force (0-0).

    =============== Alabama A&M Bulldogs (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Bulldogs travel to Athens to face the #6 Georgia Bulldogs (0-0).

    =============== Palm Bch Atlantic Sailfish (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Sailfish travel to Kennesaw to face the Kennesaw State Owls (0-0).

    =============== Marietta College Pioneers (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Pioneers will host Kansas (0-0).

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    CLEVELAND, Mississippi -- Coach Summers was able to make it out of his debut game with the win, but it didn't come without some serious hiccups. "The first game is always pretty rough, practice is one thing but once your out there for a game, it's just different. But our guys hung in there, showed great heart, and trusted in the system we put in all spring and summer."
    Play of the Game
    With time winding down in the 4th quarter Delta State was able to convert a crucial 3rd and long.
     
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    S.Alabama falls in Home Opener.

    Mobile- Coming into the game the Jags were hoping to start off the new year right. Off the bat they got a int and a quick td for 7-0 lead. Wash st came back with endless hb screens for huge yardage. to tie it up at 7. then wash st got a 3 and out and quickly responded with another deep pass for a td and the lead. The Jags fought back to tie at 14 with a td pass of their own as the 1st quarter ended with a 14 all tie. 2nd quarter the cougars went up quick and hard, more endless hb screens and a NH handoff to give them the lead. another 3 and out for the jags and wash st pounced on the opportunity with another td pass and a 28-14 lead. S.Bama scored on a 63 yrd td pass with seconds remaining in the 2nd quarter to trim the lead to 28-21.

    2nd Half it was all wash st and their attack as they scored 21 straight points in the 4th quarter to really put the game away. Closest that the Jags got to was 48-35, before the Cougs scored again to put the icing on the cake. Wash st rolls to a 56-35 ballgame.

    Bennett threw for over 300 yrds and 3 td's and 1 int. Wash St's qb threw for over 400 yrds and 4 td's and 1 pick (early in the game).

    S.Alabama hopes to recover as they prepare for their next opponent.
     
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    Player of the Game: QB Jake Cole - Marietta College - 5/11, 144 Yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT, 11 Car, 101 Yards, 1 TD​
     
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    The first FBS test for the Denver Pioneers proved to be quite the disappointment. Emotions were running high as the regional rival Air Force Falcons took the hour bus ride north for the football game. As you would probably hope from our nation's future military though, the Falcons showed up prepared, asserted themselves, and dominated.

    The Pioneers got on the board first though taking a 7-0 lead after a nice ball control drive. But that was about when the positives ended for Denver. The Falcons would roll off 28 straight points behind an unstoppable rushing attack. Denver did manage to add a FG as time expired to make it 28-10 at halftime.

    In the 3rd quarter, both defenses seemed to come out refreshed as neither team would score in that quarter. Air Force was perfectly content to play it that way as well. But then, things opened up big time in the 4th quarter. It started off as a continuation of the Falcons dominance as they would add 2 more TDs to push the lead to 42-10.

    This game was all but over but that's when the Denver Pioneers showed signs of life and hope. After a big kickoff return, Denver's QB Jeff Walden hit WR Eddie Madsen deep for TD pass to close it to 42-17. Air Force had one last long drive in them and would go down for their final points of the game with another TD to make it 49-17 with just 1:40 remaining in the game. It was still never say die though for the Pioneers. Walden would hit Madsen deep again taking it 79 yards for a TD to make it 49-24.

    Denver went for the onside kick and it was recovered by Air Force. But right after he recovered it, the Falcons player was nailed, coughed up the ball, and it was recovered by Denver. A few plays later, Denver was back in the end zone as Walden found WR Elvis Spence deep for 55 yard TD to make it 49-31. The Pioneers went for another onside kick and Air Force recovered it. but with 2 TOs still remaining, Denver was able to force a punt. They had another big play in their bag of tricks though as Walden hit Spence again for a 73 yard TD to make it 49-38. Denver would try one more onside kick but weren't able to recover and Air Force was able to kneel it out.
     
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    The opening game for the 2013 season was a doozy. I'm glad to see so many new features in the game, like the CPU's weebil RBs (they wobble but don't go down), the CPU running the no huddle on every play, including plays that went out of bounds, and the zone defenders who become spectators when a ball carrier nears them. We are going to have some fun here boys.

    Anyway, Utah State hosted The Marshall Thundering Herd on a beautiful day at Romney Stadium.

    The Aggies had a horseshoe up their ass early as they score 21 unanswered points in the first quarter. Then a pass to a receiver that fell was picked off and Marshall got on the board.

    We then scored 14 more before EA said enough, and turned the Herd QB into Michael Vick circa 2006. I should be ok with this one because they way he was running around early, he got hurt and fumbled twice. Still a 35-14 lead at the half should be comfortable living.

    Instead, Marshall worked their way back in this game. Their D got stout and my O got out. 42-28 at the end of the third and it is obvious that defense will be just a rumor in CPU games.

    In the fourth quarter it got white knuckled. USU's sophomore qb, Chuckie Keeton, was having a terrific game until he got concussed. Great. My good QB is going to test out the new concussion patch. He's done for the game, so I'm dreading how much time he'll miss.

    Still, our running game was working well. Senior stud Robert Turbin ran for 154 yards and 4 TDs, including a 78 yarder. There was a lot of OTJ learning going on, but when it mattered the Aggies held tight and made the critical stop to earn our first win.

    Practice is over and it get's real now. Next week we host bitter rival, the Utah Utes, in the Battle of Brothers trophy game. After that, we travel to Camp Randall Stadium to play the Badgers in what will sure be a highly challenging setting.

    Final score Utah State 49, Marshall 42.


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    [​IMG] # Utah State 21 14 7 7 49
    First Quarter
    4:16 TD [​IMG] USU Travis Van Leeuwen WR #7 36 yard TD from Chuckie Keeton QB #16 (Josh Thompson K #19 kick)
    2:39 TD [​IMG] USU Robert Turbin HB #6 78 yard TD (Josh Thompson K #19 kick)
    2:29 TD [​IMG] USU Matt Austin WR #4 30 yard TD from Chuckie Keeton QB #16 (Josh Thompson K #19 kick)
    0:30 TD [​IMG] Marsh Andre Booker WR #19 1 yard TD from AJ Graham QB #1 (Justin Haig K #23 kick)
    Second Quarter
    5:43 TD [​IMG] USU Robert Turbin HB #6 15 yard TD (Josh Thompson K #19 kick)
    3:47 TD [​IMG] USU Robert Turbin HB #6 1 yard TD (Josh Thompson K #19 kick)
    0:25 TD [​IMG] Marsh Rakeem Cato QB #12 7 yard TD (Justin Haig K #23 kick)
    Third Quarter
    6:19 TD [​IMG] Marsh Tron Martinez HB #2 12 yard TD (Justin Haig K #23 kick)
    3:37 TD [​IMG] USU Cameron Webb WR #84 33 yard TD from Chuckie Keeton QB #16 (Josh Thompson K #19 kick)
    1:57 TD [​IMG] Marsh Rakeem Cato QB #12 2 yard TD (Justin Haig K #23 kick)
    Fourth Quarter
    2:50 TD [​IMG] Marsh Travon Van HB #7 6 yard TD from AJ Graham QB #1 (Justin Haig K #23 kick)
    1:59 TD [​IMG] USU Robert Turbin HB #6 4 yard TD (Josh Thompson K #19 kick)
    1:09 TD [​IMG] Marsh Andre Booker WR #19 5 yard TD from Rakeem Cato QB #12 (Justin Haig K #23 kick)


    And finally, my confession:

    Everytime I play as or against Marshall, I have to say their name like this

     
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    KENNESAW, Ga. - Playing for the first time in program history, the Kennesaw State Owls defeated Palm Beach Atlantic 35-31 in a game most storied programs would consider one of their finest. QB Kedrick Humphrey completed 17 of 22 passes for 329 yards and four touchdowns, including a 4-yard strike to Roderick Hester with 0:21 remaining to put the Owls on top.

    The see-saw affair had both teams alternate scores from front to finish. The Sailfish took a 3-point lead on a 3-yard plunge by FB Sidney Pratt with 1:43 remaining before Humphrey led Kennesaw State on their game-winning drive.

    Humphrey led an efficient Owls offense that did not turn the ball over and accumulated 452 total yards. Kennesaw State also had two players top 100 receiving yards. WR Marlon Armstrong led the way with four receptions for 131 yards and a 79-yard touchdown while WR Dale Ralph added three receptions for 120 yards and a 71-yard touchdown.

    The Sailfish were led by TE Desmond Hayward who caught seven passes for 105 yards. QB Karl Leach completed 17 of 23 passes for 279 yards, 3 TDs and 2 INTs in a losing effort.

    Palm Beach Atlantic will have an off week to regroup before heading into a SEC gauntlet headlined by a matchup at Georgia in Week 3 and a trip to Rocky Top in Week 4.

    Kennesaw State will attempt to build on the win with their first road-trip at Alabama A&M.
     
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    Alabama A&M - 14
    #6 Georgia - 19
    Athens, GA - In their first game ever as a Div-1A school, the Bulldogs of Alabama A&M went toe to toe with the 6th ranked Georgia Bulldogs before finally falling 19-14. A&M was unable to generate the offense they needed late in the 4th quarter and allowed several opportunities to slip away. ​
    A&M returns home to host another new Div-1A school in Kennesaw State.​
     
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    Marquette 18 Connecticut 34

    Marquette fell in its first NCAA football game since 1960. The Huskies were too much for the Golden Eagles to handle throughout the entire game. The UConn offense recorded nearly 500 yards of total offense with 223 of those coming on 29 carries from their HB. Marquette looks to bounce back against Kentucky where the team will play the first ever game in the new Marquette Stadium
     
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    PROVO, Utah --- The San Houston State Bearkats got off to a humbling start in their debut season of FBS football. The 2011 FCS runners-up expected to march right in and compete with the better teams in the FBS. That wasn't the case on Saturday, however, as the BYU Cougars greeted the 'Kats with a resounding 49-28 beating at LaVell Edwards Stadium.

    Sam Houston actually managed to out gain the Cougars 422-407, including 144 yards rushing. However, four turnovers, including three interceptions, did the Bearkats in.

    BYU was able to capitalize on two first quarter interceptions and led 21-7 after just one quarter of play. Another interception in the second quarter kept Sam Houston paddling up the proverbial stream as they faced an all but insurmountable 42-14 halftime deficit.

    The Bearkats were actually able to outscore BYU 14-7 in the second half and played reasonably well considering their deficit. However, just when things started to get rolling for Sam Houston, BYU cornerback Robbie Buckner forced a fumble to stall what was becoming an impressive drive.

    There were certainly positives to take from the game for Sam Houston. Their running game was effective and could be dangerous when given a lead. The defense played well in the second half and began to limit the big plays and even made some key stops on third down. The Bearkats just dug themselves in a hole early and weren't built to dig out from defitcits like that.

    Next week Sam Houston will get another stiff test, and maybe an even stronger one, as in-state power TCU travels to Huntsville. The Bearkats are hoping for a better showing in front of the home crowd and, maybe, if the cards fall right, a chance to pull off an improbable upset.

    ---- BYU 49, Sam Houston 28 ----
     
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    JACKSON, MS--The Jackson State Football team opens the season with an impressive victory in a scrimmage versus Army. However, the team lost Sr Running Back B.J. Lee. Lee was the Tigers starting running back and potential offensive player of the year in the Sun Belt Conference. The lost of Lee will hurt the Tigers offensively but the emergence of Ole Miss transfer Evan Ingram may fill the void left by Lee.​
     

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