2012 Week Seven Summaries

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  1. ChildPlease9

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    Denver opens conference play with a win over Texas State.
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    Welcome to Week 7!

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    =============== Providence Friars (3-2) ===============

    Last week, Providence won 45-28 against Bowling Green (2-4).

    This week, the Friars will host Central Michigan (3-3).

    In recruiting news, the following Providence targets have announced their decisions:

    - (***) C Jamaal Branch has committed to Penn State

    - (***) QB Cedric Love has committed to Providence

    - (***) SS Jimmy Silva has committed to Providence

    - (***) RT Slade Stephens has committed to Providence



    =============== Kennesaw State Owls (3-3) ===============

    Last week, Kennesaw State lost 49-31 against Miami (2-4).

    This week, the Owls travel to DeKalb to face the Northern Illinois Huskies (2-4).

    In recruiting news, the following Kennesaw State targets have announced their decisions:

    - (***) SS Joe Copeland has committed to Troy

    - (***) RE Bill McNeil has committed to Michigan



    =============== #21 Jackson State Tigers (4-0) ===============

    Last week the Tigers were idle.

    This week, the Tigers will host South Alabama (0-4).



    =============== Marquette Golden Eagles (3-3) ===============

    Last week, Marquette lost 49-21 against Western Michigan (5-1).

    This week, the Golden Eagles will host Ohio (4-1).

    In recruiting news, the following Marquette targets have announced their decisions:

    - (**) RG Justin Lowe has committed to Northwestern

    - (***) DT Aaron Sanders has committed to Wisconsin



    =============== South Alabama Jaguars (0-4) ===============

    Last week the Jaguars were idle.

    This week, the Jaguars travel to Jackson to face the #21 Jackson State Tigers (4-0).

    In recruiting news, the following South Alabama targets have announced their decisions:

    - (***) MLB Mario Watkins has committed to Oklahoma



    =============== Utah State Aggies (1-4) ===============

    Last week, Utah State lost 41-33 against BYU (4-2).

    This week, the Aggies are idle.

    In recruiting news, the following Utah State targets have announced their decisions:

    - (**) DT Kevin Gibson has committed to Baylor

    - (***) P Matt Callahan has committed to Utah State



    =============== Delta State Fighting Okra (3-1) ===============

    Last week the Fighting Okra were idle.

    This week, the Fighting Okra travel to Miami to face the FIU Golden Panthers (4-1).

    In recruiting news, the following Delta State targets have announced their decisions:

    - (*) CB Terrell Brown has committed to Delta State



    =============== Denver Pioneers (2-3) ===============

    Last week, Denver won 38-21 against Texas State (3-3).

    This week, the Pioneers will host UTSA (5-0).

    In recruiting news, the following Denver targets have announced their decisions:

    - (***) MLB Dustin Perkins has committed to USC

    - (***) QB John Morris has committed to Alabama A&M



    =============== Alabama A&M Bulldogs (3-2) ===============

    Last week the Bulldogs were idle.

    This week, the Bulldogs will host UL Lafayette (2-3).

    In recruiting news, the following Alabama A&M targets have announced their decisions:

    - (***) MLB Mario Watkins has committed to Oklahoma

    - (***) QB John Morris has committed to Alabama A&M



    =============== Palm Bch Atlantic Sailfish (2-2) ===============

    Last week the Sailfish were idle.

    This week, the Sailfish travel to Troy to face the Troy Trojans (1-3).



    =============== Marietta College Pioneers (3-3) ===============

    Last week, Marietta College lost 54-0 against Ohio (4-1).

    This week, the Pioneers travel to Cincinnati to face the Cincinnati Bearcats (1-3).

    In recruiting news, the following Marietta College targets have announced their decisions:

    - (**) HB Ryan Daniels has committed to Marietta College

    - (**) FS Jack Harrell has committed to Marietta College



    =============== Sam Houston State Bearkats (2-3) ===============

    Last week, Sam Houston State lost 44-31 against Southern Miss (2-3).

    This week, the Bearkats are idle.

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    There was a late night session when the Utah State coach took out his staff to meet with the NCAA rules committee.
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    The coach was pleading his case for some favorable calls in the upcoming weeks, because his job may be in danger.

    Things are rarely as they seem, because the coach doesn't know who replaced the refs he remembers meeting before the Jager bombs, and the one he found on the floor of his office in the morning.

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    Mike Hunt is hoping the rest of the road isn't as rough as the one that jumped up and hit her in the face.

    My bye week is done.
     
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    Defense???? What the Heck is Defense????
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    That had to be what was on everyone's mind following the wild offense display that occurred last night when the Bulldogs and Ragin Cajuns squared off. After what turned out to be an uneventful 1st Qtr A&M lead 10-7 going into the 2nd Qtr and what turned into one of the wildest quarters in A&M football history. The two teams combined for 42 points in the Qtr and all the action got started early when ULL safety jumped the Dig on the Shallow cross and left the outside WR in one on one coverage. The Bulldog WR beat his man and they connected for an 82 yard TD strike. But ULL responded with a 65 yard TD pass of their own, that was highlighted by the ULL WR showing off his unreal vertical followed by a great display in balance as he spun off the hit and raced into the end zone. But A&M came right back with a quick little drive that ended with a 7 yard TD run, only to be countered by ULL with another 66 yard TD pass. But A&M responded again this time with a 75 yard Jailbreak screen. But this time ULL could not return serve as A&M picked off a flair pass and returned it 44 yards for TD with 8 seconds left in the half and possibly turned out to be the play of the game. In the 3rd Qtr the pace slowed slightly as the team only combined for 23 points and set the stage for a 4th Qtr battle. ULL cut the lead to 48-41 early in the 4th Qtr and the A&M coaching staff decided to take a gamble and looked to slow the pace eat some clock and hopefully extend their lead. The Bulldogs were able to do both as they chewed up 5 minutes before they scored to extend their lead to 55-41 with just under 2 minutes left to go. But ULL just found another was to score quickly as they returned the ensuing kickoff 102 yards to pull back to within 7 at 55-48. The Bulldogs again tried to let the air out of the game but this time was unsuccessful as the offense struggled to move while the starting QB was getting looked at by the trainers. Apparently he was hurt on on the previous TD play and the coaches were not aware of this until the offense hit the field again. The Bulldogs gave the ball back to ULL with 1:08 and 92 yards to go. But it was not to be as a ULL WR made a huge mistake on 3rd and 10 when he went out of bounds and came back in to catch a 15 yard pass. The officiating crew caught this and ULL was penalized for illegal touching and after a failed 4th down attempt the Bulldogs ran out the clock and hung on for the wild 55-48 win.
     
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    KENNESAW STATE 38
    NORTHERN ILLINOIS 35

    NORMAL, Ill. - Another high-scoring affair for the Owls resulted in Kennesaw State's fourth win of the season. QB Kedrick Humphrey completed 24 of 33 passes for 370 yards and five touchdowns.


    The Owls really struggled on the defensive side of the ball, allowing Northern Illinois to accumulate 544 yards of total offense including 232 rushing yards. However, it was an Owls defensive play that drastically changed the course of the game.

    Leading 28-17 late in the third quarter, Northern Illinois was driving to increase its two score lead and put the game out of reach. On a third down option play inside the 20, QB Jordan Lynch ran an option to the right side but had the pitch intercepted by Owls LB Donny Rust. The junior raced down the sideline and was eventually caught from behind 84 yards later, inside the NIU 10-yard line. WR Dale Ralph caught a 10-yard touchdown pass shortly thereafter and Kennesaw State was right back in the game.

    More defensive stops led to more points for the Owls, as TE Damon Harvey caught two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to give Kennesaw State a two score lead and put the game out of reach.

    Humphrey leads the country in several passing categories with 2,589 passing yards and 25 touchdowns. He is also second in completions with 133. Owls LB Derek Heffner also leads the country in some defensive categories with 65 tackles and 42 solo stops.

    Next week, the Owls will head to Ohio to face the Bobcats in a crucial MAC East game.
     
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    This game was ridiculous. Almost pulled it off though. CMU 45, PC 42.

    This was pretty typical of the game...
     
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    Marquette pulls a big win out against a MAC foe, Ohio. A pair of late scores helped propel the Golden Eagles to victory as HB Ryne Hamby had another 100+ yard performance. Still no recruits signed, but a bunch on the horizon for MU.

    1:58 TD [​IMG] MARQ Stafford Hayes FB #42 1 yard TD (Ralph Bowling K #45 kick)
    0:00 TD [​IMG] Ohio Mario Dovell WR #19 11 yard TD from Tyler Tettleton QB #4 (Matt Weller K #49 kick)
    Second Quarter
    6:50 TD [​IMG] MARQ Mike Brooks WR #5 107 yard TD (Ralph Bowling K #45 kick)
    5:23 TD [​IMG] Ohio Ryan Boykin HB #20 1 yard TD (Matt Weller K #49 kick)
    Fourth Quarter
    5:31 TD [​IMG] Ohio Beau Blankenship HB #22 1 yard TD (Matt Weller K #49 kick)
    1:23 TD [​IMG] MARQ Stafford Hayes FB #42 1 yard TD (Ralph Bowling K #45 kick)
    0:12 TD [​IMG] MARQ Roddy Holycross WR #81 37 yard TD from Wallace Ross QB #3 (Ralph Bowling K #45 kick)
     
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    Marietta Wins Convincingly Over Cincinnati
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    Player of the Game: QB Jake Cole - Marietta - 17/25, 302 Yards, 5 TDs
     
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    Denver Takes Down Previously Undefeated UTSA
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    Denver, CO - Looking to get on an official winning streak, the Denver Pioneers hosted the 5-0 UTSA Roadrunners. It was a neck and neck game early on before UTSA was able to strike first with a 39 yard TD pass in the 2nd quarter. That opened the flood gates so to speak as 38 points were scored in that quarter. Denver responded quickly but it was UTSA who seemed to take control of the game. They led 17-7 in the 2nd quarter.​
    That's when the tides changed. Denver would add 2 TDs before the half to lead 21-17 at halftime. In the 2nd half, the Pioneers defense performed well above expectations by shutting out the Roadrunners. Denver also added another TD midway through the 3rd quarter to have firm control of the game.​
     

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