Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by BALLisL1FE 21, Jul 20, 2013.
Pretty much mid way through our first season. Been lots of fun so far.
HOGS SQUEAK BY FLORIDA AT HOME Arkansas extended their winning streak to three after defeating Florida 31-28 at home. The teams traded possessions before Zach Hocker made a 45 yard field goal to give Arkansas the lead. Florida quickly came back and RB Matt Jones scored on a 57 yard TD run. The teams traded possessions once again and Zach Hocker made another field goal to make the score 7-6. Florida moved the ball up field into Arkansas' territory but their drive was halted when QB Jeff Driskel fumbled the ball when sacked, and DT Byran Jones returned it 60 yds for the Razorback TD, stiff arming his way the last few steps. Entering the second half Arkansas lead the Gators 13-8. Florida drove the field their first possession and Jeff Driskel connected with TE Colin Thompson for a 10 yard TD pass. Arkansas answered when Brandon Allen hit Julian Horton across the field who then turned it up field for a 53 yard TD. The Hogs converted the 2 pt conversion to extend their lead to 7. Jeff Driskel answered with a 44 yard TD run tie the game up at 21 a piece. Mid way through the 4th Arkansas got the ball deep into Gator territory and Hunter Henry caught a 9 yard TD pass from Brandon Allen. Arkansas got a quick stop and Zach Hocker knocked in his third field goal of the day to make the score 31-21. Florida was able to score a TD with 19 seconds left but failed to recover the onside kick and the Razorbacks came out victorious 31-28. Arkansas struggled once again to stop the run, giving up over 200 yards rushing. Jeff Driskel played a descent game, as well as Arkansas' Brandon Allen. Both teams committed 2 turnovers and made big plays, but dropped passes by the Razorbacks kept the score uncomfortably close. Player of the Game: Brandon Allen - 19/31, 302 yds, 2 TD, 2 INT Byran Jones recovers fumble and returns it for a 60 yard TD Julian Horton dives into the end zone for the 53 yard TD
Florida State Shuts Down Maryland34-6 Seminoles The Seminoles came out of the gates well once again, but this time they put 4 quarters together and get the 'W'. The keys to victory here started and ended with the defense. Maryland was only able to amount 85 yards of total offense on the day, and lost the time of possession battle by more than 19 minutes. FSU was never able to break any big runs, but consistently pounded the rock and moved the chains. An efficient outing from QB Jameis Winston as he went 11/13 for 155 yards, while also tacking-on 28 yards and a TD in the running game. Seminoles Head Coach when asked about his Freshman QB's season thus far:- " Winston has been impressive in a number of areas. First and foremost, he is blessed athletically. His speed and quickness add a dimension to our offense that teams have to account for each week in practice. We have not asked him to throw the ball that often this year, as we try to ease him into the speed of the college game. But when we have, he has been making the right reads and providing accurate throws. We know he will struggle at some points going forward this season, but as of right now he is ahead of where we expected him to be." The 'Noles have a bye week before heading to Death Valley to face a Top 10 Clemson Tiger team.
My QB and his awful accuracy threw 3 first half picks. I got behind 28-7 and never could catch up losing 42-28. kcstlmang so he gets to do the right up.
31-41 Kentucky Pulls off the upset against #2 South Carolina. What a game this was, Kentucky started off pretty slow even though they scored first. After kicking a FG to go up 3-0, Conner Shaw would drive all the way down getting 1st down after 1st down and throw a 5 Yard TD. Kentucky would respond right back driving on SC and finished the drive with a 5 yard TD run by Raymond Sanders. First Half was basically back and forth. Kentucky would be leading at half though 17-14. Second half came it was a disaster for SC. After scoring a FG to tie the game 17-17, Kentucky would score 2 unanswered TD's to go up 31-17 ending the 3rd quarter. It was not looking good for SC, alot of people were wondering why they went away from their run game which was really successful in the 1st half. Coach Abdul didn't mind though,back to the game. Starting the 4th quarter, After taking up most of the clock to drive near the 40, Conner Shaw would throw a pick. 2 plays later, Kentucky would give the ball right back SC throwing a interception. With 4:44 left, SC backup QB Dylan Thompson throws a 6 yard TD to cut the score 31-24. Next Kickoff, guess what? Raymond Sanders takes the kick back 105 yards to score a TD. The kickoff return was automatically nominated for a SC top 10 play as he bobbed and weaved through defenders. Kentucky fans were roaring as it looked like Kentucky would pull off the upset. 38-24, Kentucky stops SC on 4th down drives and kicks a FG to go up 41-24. SC would finally score again to bring the lead down to 41-31. SC onside kick failed, but they would stop Kentucky and force them go to 3 and out. Kentucky forced another 4 and out and would Jalen Whitlow would take the honors of Kneeing the rest of the clock out. Kentucky pulled off the upset, and hopefully can use this momentum to help them defeat top ranked Alabama next week before Coach Abdul has to leave for an Emergency vacation. Great Game The Parrothead
South Carolina also has a pending investigation that Coach Parrothead was drunk during the game.
I would advise you guys watch that video, That kickoff return I had was really impressive, I was shocked myself
Miami defends home field against Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech won the coin toss and elected to receive, after putting together a drive to around the 50 yard line GT QB Vlad Lee would throw his first pick of four, giving Miami great field position. QB Stephen Morris would finish the drive off with a 9 yd touchdown pass to Phillip Dorsett. Georgia tech would finish off the first quarter with a touchdown of their own ending the first quarter at 7-7. In the second quarter is where the tide of the game began to turn for the Canes. Vlad Lee throwing 2 more picks gave the Canes the boost they needed and Duke Johnson scored 3 touchdowns on the ground in the 2nd quarter.
Coming out of half time Georgia Tech down 28-14 Miami would go 3 and out setting up a drive in which Vlad Lee would cap off a drive with a 32 yard touchdown pass to Darren Walker. Miami would score towards the end of the 3rd quarter making it 35-21. Georgia Tech would tack on another touchdown early in the 4th and Miami would grind the clock on the ground to Hold on to a 42-28 victory at home.
POTG: Stephen Morris 18-24 389 3tds/1int
Georgia Tech POTG: Darren Walker 5rec 65 yds 2 Tds
Clemson Wins Easily Once Again Clemson started off slow once again at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse after only scoring 3 points after the first quarter. Despite the shaky first quarter, the Tigers recovered, scoring 38 points in the remaining quarters and winning 41-26. It was an overall strong effort by both the offense and defense. Tajh Boyd continued his strong play by throwing 3 TDs and no INTs. Star WR Sammy Watkins is also getting hot as the season moves along as he scored both a receiving and rushing TD. Coach HuskerPower after the game: "We've continued our improvement and I think that showed today. Both our offense and defense played well and I'm proud of our performance. There are some things we need to work on on both sides of the ball but I think they can be fixed. I'm excited to see what we can do as the season moves on." Player of the Game: WR Sammy Watkins - 5 CTH, 112 Yds, 1 TD, 2 ATT, 54 Yds, 1 TD
Rebels hang on against Tigers Coming off the biggest win of his young coaching career, coach Keith Stone preached all week fundamentals and controlling all aspects of the game. Auburn won the toss and elected to put an electric Rebel offense on the field to start the game. Bo Wallace continued where he left off last week taking the Rebel offense down the field in 9 plays covering 68 yards. Wallace completed all 5 passes on the drive, including a 20 yard strike to Laqoun Treadwell for the score. Auburn took over and drove straight down the field, but a big interception by Golston in the redzone kept them from putting points on the board. The Rebels marched right down the field on a 14 play 85 yard grown ass man style drive to take a 14-0 lead on a Ja-Mes Logan 3 yard td reception his first of 3 on the day. After another Tiger punt and a scorching hot Rebels offense a surprise series of play calls, featuring 3 straight runs, led to Ole Miss's only 3 and out of the game. Facing 3rd and 17 on the next drive, Auburn connected on a 39 yard pass play, moving the chains on a drive that would result in a td cutting the lead to 14-7. On the ensuing kick off, Treadwell opted to take the kick out of the endzone and after a clipping penalty the Rebels started on their on 6. Then on 2nd down Wallace found a wide open Auburn Tiger defender who streaked to the endzone untouched for a game tying pick 6 and all the momentum late in the 2nd quarter. Ole Miss took the next drive and went 75 yards in 11 plays, finding pay-dirt on a Scott 3 yard td run and a 21-14 halftime lead. Auburn came out in the second half and moved the ball all the way inside the Ole Miss 5. On 3rd and goal from the one, the Rebels held serve and kept the Tigers out of the endzone for a 21-17 lead. After the teams then exchanged punts Wallace led the Rebels on a 5 play 64 yard drive for a 28-17 lead. After another Auburn td drive, Ole Miss was forced to a 3 and out and the play of the game came on the punt, when the Ole Miss defense delivered a huge blow on the return forcing a fumble that the Rebels would secure. They would find the endzone on the next drive breaking the will of Auburn on a 14 play 51 yard drive that would give them a 35-24 lead. Auburn would tack on another score late to close things up, but it wasn't enough as the Rebels held on for a 35-32 win. Wallace was brilliant in the game going 28-35 for 328 yards 4 td. Nkemdiche was the player of the game with 8 tackles (6tfl) and a sack. The Rebels go on the road to College Station next week for a game against defending Heisman trophy winner Johnny Football.
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