2013 (S4) Week 6

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  1. recchem2000

    recchem2000 UCLA > WSU

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    CPU games due by Saturday January 29, 10 pm PST
    User games due by Sunday January 30, 10 pm PST


    I will be gone until Sunday afternoon so there will be no early advance. So, take your time on the CPU games. You got an extra day!

    The dynasty wire stuff didnt download so we're SOL on that. Not sure how many user games are this week. I believe the Red River Shootout is this week. Not sure what else.
     
  2. MexiRican35

    MexiRican35 ┬┐Te quieres naranjas?

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    The score tells one story, Coach Mexi can tell you another. The game started out in surprinsing fashion, as the Hoosiers reeled off 14 unanswered points and forced a 3 n out, all within the first 5 minutes of the game. "Our team played like s*** right out the gate" was Mexi's response early on in the game. New name QB Bud got the Badgers on the board, throwing a 71 yd dart to Rodgers. In the second, Wisconsin had 4 chances from the one to score, and all 4 run plays were stuffed. Indy now had momentum, but that quickly vanashied as a safety would ensue. A White TD would result in Indy having to punt the ball away. A Ward 67 yd TD from Bud would occur before half, and it was evident that Wisconsin's speed was too much for the Hoosiers D.

    Scores from each team would happen in the third. In the fourth, the defense FINALLY stepped up. And do i mean finally. CB Brown turned in a pick 6. A nice return of an Indy onside kick set up a short White TD. An INT by CB Scott would set up another short White score. And finally, a fumble by OLB Miller would lead to a Williams TD. "I liked how our defense was opportunistic in the fourth. But being the #2 in the nation, we cant afford to have a good defense for a quarter here and there. We need it 24/7. I need to find a way to make that happen." The win will help Wisky on the recruiting side of things, as 3 prospects were in attendance. The Badgers are having to play catchup, as a recruiting violation in week 2 lead to a setback.

    #2 Wisconsin 65 - Indiana 29
     
  3. recchem2000

    recchem2000 UCLA > WSU

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    UCLA - 14
    Cal - 13

    Big sigh of relief after this one was over. Tough game in the rain. Threw some stupid picks and muffed a punt that set-up the would be Cal tying TD if there kicker didnt miss the extra point. Cal tried the onside kick, UCLA recovered and ran out the clock. Another road game for the Bruins next week as they travel across the country to Morgantown, WV to take on the Mountaineers!
     
  4. gowazzucougs

    gowazzucougs WSU is better than UCLA

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    WSU 22
    #7 OSU 38

    This game was over in the first quarter, on the Beavers first drive scored on a 54 yard run by Malcolm Marable. Then the Cougs drove down the field, and a Connor Halliday pass was picked off by Rashaad Reynolds and returned 100 yards for a TD. Then on the ensuing kickoff the Cougar return man fumbled the ball, and it was scooped up by Beaver Mark Williams who returned it for a touchdown, and bam it was 21-0 before the Cougars knew what hit them. For the rest of the game Oregon State was on cruise control as Marable rushed for 153 yards and scored 2 TDs as the Beavers walloped the Cougs. Up next ASU in Week 8.
     
  5. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    Stanford 20
    Oregon 41

    The Ducks pulled away in the second half, led by HB Matthew Pope who ran for 145 and 2 tds and WR Diante Jackson who caught 5 balls for 128 yards and 2 tds. The Ducks forced 1 interception and held the Cardinal to 25% on 3rd down. The game was 24-20 at half, so the Ducks really dominated in the second half.
     
  6. Cheez

    Cheez TSO's 1,000,000th Poster

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    Tale of the Tape:
    Illinois vs. Iowa

    Points Per Game: 33.0 (#22) - 28.0 (#36)
    Points Allowed Per Game: 36.25 - 26.5
    Rush Offense: 403 (#75) - 424 (#67)
    Pass Offense: 1455 (#4) - 1277 (#11)
    Total Offense: 1858 (#13) - 1701 (#22)
    Rush Defense: 442 (#62) - 614 (#104)
    Pass Defense: 989 (#97) - 1060 (#106)
    Total Defense: 1431 (#87) - 1674 (#110)
    Turnover Differential: -14 (#120) - -3 (#100)
     
  7. whygodwhy1111

    whygodwhy1111 Walk On

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    Texas 55
    Oklahoma 31

    Texas Runs over Rival Oklahoma

    A game that match up two of the best backs in the nation ended up being a one sided HB dual. Oklahoma HB Brennan Clay came into the game averaging 193.2 yards per game, while texas HB Chris Whaley came in averaging 185.0 yards per game. Brennan finish the game with only 2 carries for 8 yards. Either the OU coach decided to abandon the run or Clay got his cage rattled a bit too hard early in the game. Whaley didn't break many tackles but the Grusome FiveSome opened giant holes for him to grind out first downs on his way to 212 yards and 5 TD on 25 carries.

    The Oklahoma offense out gained the Longhorns and put up 542 passing yards, but 3 turnovers by the sooners proved to be the difference in the game. The most costly turnover was a 82 yard interception return for TD late in the the 2nd quarter.
     
  8. aarondramp

    aarondramp ten thousand words

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    Clay got hurt on the play that he fumbled and was knocked out for the rest of the game. My QB also got knocked out of the game, but that was in the 3rd quarter when you were well on your way to the win. I never threatened you after 7-7, and your offense was great. I hope your entire offensive line goes pro.
     
  9. Cheez

    Cheez TSO's 1,000,000th Poster

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    #14 Hawkeyes Feel The Wrath Of Justice
    Illini: 7 7 0 10 24
    Iowa: 2 21 0 0 23

    Facing much criticism for their 1-3 start, an ordinarily tough trip to Iowa City became a must win for Coach Cheez and the Illini; and the Hawkeyes are no slouch team, as seen by their #14 ranking. But when a team is still competitive despite having a -14 turnover margin, you can never count them out if they can hold on to the football.

    Judging based on their first possession would have predicted another sloppy, turnover filled game for Illinois after Justice fumbled on only his second carry of the game. This allowed Iowa to control possession throughout the early stages of the game. One such instance came after a perfectly placed punt pinned Illinois inside the one, leading to an eventual safety after Forcier dumped a pass to a receiver who couldnt get out of the endzone.

    After the rocky start, however, it appeared as though a spark lit for players on both sides of the ball. The defense was completely shutting down the Iowa rushing attack (17 carries, -6 yards), and the offense was playing as they did last year. The only difference was Freshman HB Jon Justice, who played the role of Justin Green. Justice would break a long 79 yard touchdown run that gave Illinois a 7-2 lead in the first quarter, and would lead them down into the redzone again in the second. Tate Foricer would finish that drive off on a short pass.

    In the second quarter, Iowa discovered a passing game of their own. Paul Huff was winging the ball whichever way he desired in the quarter, including a deep pass down the sideline on the last play of the half that gave the Hawkeyes a 23-14 lead going into the break. Surely, this would be a devastating blow to a team that has struggled all season long.

    But the Illini came out of the locker room rejuvinated and recommitted to the rushing attack behind Justice. No scoring would take place in the third quarter, but Justice had placed the Illini in great position to start the fourth. Once again, Tate Forcier (17-20, 181 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT) would find a receiver open in the endzone, and it put the Illini back within two points.

    On the ensuing possession, the Hawkeyes would send the Illini reeling; driving into their territory mostly unimpeded. However, after a toss to the flat, Shannon Green would knock the ball out of the receiver's hands and watch the fumble be picked up by his teammate, defensive captain Nate Bussey. Illinois had plenty of time to run down the field, and they eventually set up a 44 yard field goal for Weddle, a second team all-Big Ten selection in the preseason.

    With 1:39 left to play in the fourth, Iowa called their last time out in an attempt to ice Weddle. The snap came from the left hash. The hold was good. The kick was up - and it never had a chance. Wide left. Now all Iowa needed was one first down and they would escape with the victory.

    First Down: run for two yards
    Second Down: run for no gain
    Third Down: run for two yards

    The Illini were able to use a time out after each run, and would take over at their ow n 36 with 1:15 remaining in the fourth. On the very first play of the final possession, Forcier would hit Whitehead down the left sideline for 42 yards, and put the Illini back into field goal range. 2 plays later, the ball was at the ten yard line and in the center of the field. Weddle trotted back on to redeem himself from twenty yards. The ball was snapped in time and the kick was good with 0:00 left on the clock.

    This victory would not have been possible without the play of Jon Justice, who rushed for 186 yards on 24 carries, and had the one touchdown in the first quarter. He will try and have a similar effort next week vs. Indiana.
     
  10. Jayrah

    Jayrah AllCougdUp.com Editor - A.M. avatar Guru

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    Texas A&M 28 @ Colorado 21

    Texas A&M nearly dropped away a game that should have been over by halftime, but wasn't over till 15 seconds to go. In fact, the game was somehow tied with less than a minute to go.

    The Aggies were up 21-7 after a pick 6 on the first play of the game and 2 big touchdown runs by Mister Jones, who finished with 145 yards on 25 carries. At the end of the half with 12 seconds left the Aggies were inside the 3 after a 17 yard pass play but with no timeouts a screen was called and got blown up, leaving the time ticking off the clock.

    In the second half the aggies would get inside the 5 two more times, but each time was stuffed by the Colorado D, and 2 fumbles and an interception allowed the CU offense just enough momentum to kick 2 fgs and score a touch to tie the game. But with seconds left, new starting qb Jameille Showers put a flag pattern right on the money to Michael Golden, who whizzed up the sidelines and into the zone for the winning score.
     

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