2013 Season Week 4

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  1. LeGeNd RiPs

    LeGeNd RiPs Is it football season yet?

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    Bridgewater Does it Again!

    Louisville is buzzing following a 38-28 win over Florida State.
    Teddy "Cheesewater" Bridgewater has done it again! He has, once again, led the undefeated Cardinals to victory! A great game by both sides. Back and fourth the entire game. Great game to Will Atkinson.
    [​IMG] FSU
    [​IMG] UL
    1ST DOWNS 15 21
    3rd down conversions 4/6 7/12
    4th down conversions 0/0 0/0
    TOTAL OFFENSE 360 427
    PASSING YARDS 239 289
    Completions/Attempts 10/22 17/20
    Yards Per Attempt 10.9 14.5
    RUSHING YARDS 121 138
    Rushing Attempts 20 44
    Yards Per Rush 6.1 3.1
    PENALTIES-YARDS 3-37 4-54
    TURNOVERS 5 1
    Fumbles Lost 0 0
    Interceptions Thrown 5 1
    POSSESSION TIME 10:47 21:13

    PASSING
    CMP/ATT | YDS | TD | INT
    T. Bridgewater 17/20 | 289 | 2 | 1
    J. Winston 10/22 | 239 | 2 | 5​

     
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  2. The Parrothead

    The Parrothead Walk On

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    Gamecocks Shut Down Ground Game, Hold on for 45-38 Win
    Johnny Manziel came into this game looking like the Heisman front-runner for sure. While his passing numbers improved with this game, his ground numbers took a hit, and the Aggies ended up with their first loss of the season. South Carolina stays perfect at 3-0 heading into their bye week.

    The game started with A&M winning the toss and receiving. They were able to drive to the South Carolina 40, but ended up having to punt the ball away. The Gamecocks then hit paydirt when WR Shaq Roland took a quick hitch pass from QB Connor Shaw, broke a tackle and sprinted the remainder of the way for an 80 yard TD. A&M would answer with a methodical drive, ending with HB Ben Malena punching it in from 1 yard out to even things up at 7. Carolina looked poised to strike again to reclaim the lead, but Shaw threw an ill-advised pass which was picked off near the 5 yard line. A couple of plays later, the Gamecock defense took advantage of a missed block and sacked Manziel in the end zone for a safety to go up 9-7. A&M would punt the ball on the free kick to Carolina, and the Gamecocks used the great starting field position to add to the lead. HB Shon Carson punched it in from 2 yards out to make the score 16-7, and the quarter would come to an end.

    The teams traded punts on their next possessions, and then A&M would put together a drive that found Manziel hitting Seals Jones for a 23 yard TD to cut the lead to 16-14 with 1:54 left in the half. Trying to use the clock but still score, the Gamecocks drove the field and Shaw hit WR Bruce Ellington for a 23 yard TD with 56 seconds left in the half to up the lead to 23-14. Turns out 56 seconds was more than enough time, as Manziel hit a couple of big passes (WHERE WAS THE D?!?) and with 6 seconds left, TE Cameron Clear hauled in a 4 yard TD. At the break, it was 23-21.

    The third quarter started with the Gamecocks driving the field and confusing the A&M defense, running when the Aggies thought pass, and passing when the Aggies thought run. With 6:22 left in the quarter, HB Carson put it in from 4 yards out to make the score 30-21. A&M would try to respond, but the Gamecock D came up with a stop forcing the 28 yard FG to make it 30-24. With 1:16 left in the 3rd, Shaw found Carson on a wheel route, and Carson took the reception the distance for a 25 yard score to make it 37-24 as the quarter ended with A&M driving.

    The 4th quarter saw A&M with the ball trying to get back into the game. Again, someone let a receiver by them in the cover 3 defense, and WR Derel Walker took advantage with a 76 yard score. It was now 37-31 with 7:12 remaining. Carolina tried to eat some clock and put some points on the board again to give them some breathing room. Coming up with a couple of clutch 3rd down conversions, the Gamecocks ended up getting a 2 yard TD run by Carson by running to the weak side (Aggie D overloaded the strong side), and Carson converts the 2 point conversion to put the Gamecocks up 45-31 with 3:35. With 2:11 left, Manziel hit Walker again. This one for a 4 yard TD to cut the lead to 45-38. The Gamecocks would get the ball and run clock, picking up a couple of first downs to negate the timeouts called by the Aggies and preserve the win.

    South Carolina held Manziel to 13 yards on the ground, but gave up 390 in the air (and 4 TDs that way). Overall, the Gamecock D held the Aggies to 48 yards rushing. On the flip side, Shaw threw for 389 yards and 3 TD's (but 2 picks) and Carson ran for 133 yards on 22 carries and 3 TD's, while also having 1 reception for a 25 yard TD.

    Players of the game for South Carolina:
    Offense: Both Shaw and Carson
    Defense: Again, a balanced defensive effort, but Clowney will get the small nod thanks to 2 sacks.

    Next up for South Carolina is a bye week before going up against the Kentucky Wildcats.

    GG wahoogamer
     
  3. The Parrothead

    The Parrothead Walk On

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    Appreciate the stats being put in there, but for a user game, you should do a little more write up than just saying it was back and forth the entire game. Maybe you're doing more later. Don't know. But a user game definitely deserves a little bit of a description.
     
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  4. HuskerPower

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    Clemson Responds After Miami Loss
    Clemson looked to rebound Saturday after their loss at home against Miami in week 3. Before the game coach HuskerPower said, "Our guys are anxious to get out there and show the fans what Clemson Football is really about. They've practiced hard all week and I think they'll be ready for this game against our rival. Tajh is ready to prove to the nation that he can be the passer that he was last year." Heading into halftime it seemed as if Clemson would get upset yet again after giving up a hail mary touchdown to go down 24-21. Coach HuskerPower was asked about the defensive meltdown heading into the locker room. "Our safeties simply weren't ready for the deep pass. I'll address them in the locker room and we will be ready in the second half." Clemson's defense definitely responded in the second half, shutting out NC State for the rest of the game.
    Player of the Game - Tajh Boyd: 17-22, 2 TD, 0 Int, 1 Rushing TD
    [​IMG] NC State 3 21 0 0 24
    [​IMG] Clemson 7 14 14 7 42

    FIRST QUARTER
    4:37​
    TD​
    [​IMG] Adam Humphries WR #16 11 yard TD from Tajh Boyd QB #10 (Chandler Catanzaro K #39 kick)
    3:29​
    FG​
    [​IMG] Niklas Sade K #32 39 yard FG

    SECOND QUARTER
    7:57​
    TD​
    [​IMG] Tajh Boyd QB #10 3 yard TD (Chandler Catanzaro K #39 kick)
    5:59​
    TD​
    [​IMG] Charlie Hegedus WR #84 9 yard TD (Niklas Sade K #32 kick)
    3:01​
    TD​
    [​IMG] Roderick McDowell HB #25 2 yard TD (Chandler Catanzaro K #39 kick)
    1:47​
    TD​
    [​IMG] Tony Creecy HB #26 37 yard TD (Niklas Sade K #32 kick)
    0:00​
    TD​
    [​IMG] Bryan Underwood WR #80 46 yard TD from Brandon Mitchell QB #17 (Niklas Sade K #32 kick)

    THIRD QUARTER
    4:58​
    TD​
    [​IMG] Zac Brooks HB #24 1 yard TD (Chandler Catanzaro K #39 kick)
    1:20​
    TD​
    [​IMG] Adam Humphries WR #16 5 yard TD from Tajh Boyd QB #10 (Chandler Catanzaro K #39 kick)

    FOURTH QUARTER
    0:22​
    TD​
    [​IMG] Roderick McDowell HB #25 1 yard TD (Chandler Catanzaro K #39 kick)


     
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  5. BALLisL1FE 21

    BALLisL1FE 21 Walk On

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    ARKANSAS GETS BIG WIN ON THE ROAD
    Arkansas traveled to Rutgers on Saturday and needed to get a big win. The Hogs previously lost their last 2 games, both at home. If they wanted to get their season back on track, then they needed to win this game. Coming into the game, Arkansas had been pretty successful on offense. One of the best passing games in the country, complemented by a good running game. The problem with the Hogs was their defense, and turnovers. For Rutgers, the offense was their problem. Both teams would have to really play to their strengths to win this game. Arkansas took the ball first and really controlled the clock from beginning to end. Brandon Allen threw very efficiently, throwing for 3 TDs and only 1 Int. Jonathan Williams ran for 133 yards, and Alex Collins caught an 18 yard TD pass in the 1st quarter. Rutgers RB, Savon Huggins, ran all over the Razorback defense. He racked over 200 rushing yards and carried this offense for the whole game. Rutgers didn't throw the ball well, completing barely half their passes, and gave up 3 sacks. Arkansas kicker, Zach Hocker, made both of his field goals including a 53 yarder. Austin Tate was undoubtedly the player of the game catching 8 passes for 118 yards, including 2 TDs. Arkansas came out on top 34-27 and got a huge win. They hope this momentum carries over into next week when they take on Johnny Football and the Texas A&M Aggies.
    My stats might be little off cuz my xbox froze when it was updating dynasty wire. I would've had video and pics too but oh well. Still got a BIG win.
     
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  6. The Parrothead

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    I'm wondering if the video and pics uploading is messing with the rest of it. Mine has worked fine outside of the games where I've had highlights saved...
     
  7. Riptides

    Riptides Potential Star

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    Dawgs get 1st SEC Win 38-31

    Georgia traveled to The Grove and once they established a lead began to check out all the coed's instead of finishing the task at hand. The Dawgs were on point early with a little help from Wallace (2 INT's) as the jumped out to a 21-0 lead. The first score however came on the opening drive of the game as they drove 75 yards capped off by a 1 yard Gurley TD run eating almost 4 minutes off the clock. The next two scores were thanks to CB Wiggins who took the first pick down to the 7 yard line ending with a Murray keeper. The next possession Wiggins took a pick and went 16 yards to close out the first quarter scoring.

    The second quarter saw a few punts and no points on the board until Ole Miss kicker connected on an 18 yard FG with 3:28 to go in the half. Late in the half the Dawgs quickly struck for 7 more as Murray hit Sr WR Rumph on a post pattern with 10 seconds in the half. Dawgs then tried a squib kick which almost backfired. Ole got the ball at almost mid-field and then ran a draw play with the D dropping back in coverage and it took a TD saving tackle at the 1 to save a huge TD from going on the board as the half ended.

    The second half was a whole different ball game. Georgia began to think they had the game and really tried working the clock with not much success. Ole Miss struck early in the 3rd with a 6 yard pass from Wallace to Moncrief to bring the score to 28-10. The fireworks then began in the 4th. Ole Miss score two quick TD's by Sanders and Moncrief to get within 4 (28-24). The Dawgs were able to take some time off the clock on the next drive taking it down to 1:49 when they ended up having to settle for a 34 yard FG and stretch the lead out to 7. They however knew the way Ole Miss was moving the ball this was a lot of time. Ole Miss tied the game with 33 seconds on a fly pattern over the top of the safety to tie the score at 31. A great comeback in regulation by Ole Miss.

    Off to overtime this game went with the momentum clearly in Ole Miss' favor. Dawgs lost the toss and went on offense to begin. They struck quickly with a 7 yard pass from Murray to Mitchell. Ole Miss came out with two quick passes, the first hit right in the hand of the UGA DB who couldn't hang on to it but the second was picked to seal the deal and give the Dawgs their first SEC win of the season. Final UGA -38 Ole Miss - 31


    Stats:
    UGA:
    Murray - 14/24 227 yards Td:2 Int:4
    Gurley - 16 rushes 60 yards 1 TD
    Rumph - 3 catches 85 yards 1 TD

    Ole Miss:
    Wallace - 24/38 386 yards Td:4 Int:3
    Scott - 12 rushes 95 yards
    Moncrief - 9 catches 120 yards 2 TD
     
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