2013- Week 12

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  1. JohnnyClutch

    JohnnyClutch They only hear my truth

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    Deadline is Tuesday at 10pm EST.
    Games preferably need to be done tonight or tomorrow.

    Welcome to Week 12!
    Remember to visit dynasty.easports.com to publish your own stories.

    =============== #24 Purdue Boilermakers (6-3) ===============
    Last week, Purdue lost 38-13 against Iowa (8-1).
    This week, the Boilermakers travel to University Park to face the Penn State Nittany Lions (2-7).
    In recruiting news, the following Purdue targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) LE Jon Dockery has committed to Wake Forest

    =============== #14 Northwestern Wildcats (8-1) ===============
    Last week, Northwestern won 31-24 against West Virginia (7-2).
    This week, the Wildcats travel to Ann Arbor to face the Michigan Wolverines (4-5).
    In recruiting news, the following Northwestern targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) HB Tyrone Manning has committed to Vanderbilt

    =============== #16 Arizona State Sun Devils (7-2) ===============
    Last week, Arizona State won 30-7 against Utah (5-5).
    This week, the Sun Devils will host Oregon State (7-3).

    =============== California Golden Bears (6-4) ===============
    Last week the Golden Bears were idle.
    This week, the Golden Bears will host Colorado (2-8).
    In recruiting news, the following California targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) HB Demetrius Griffin has committed to California

    =============== Michigan State Spartans (5-4) ===============
    Last week, Michigan State won 31-14 against Wisconsin (2-7).
    This week, the Spartans travel to Lincoln to face the Nebraska Cornhuskers (6-3).

    =============== Oregon State Beavers (7-3) ===============
    Last week the Beavers were idle.
    This week, the Beavers travel to Tempe to face the #16 Arizona State Sun Devils (7-2).

    =============== Washington Huskies (7-3) ===============
    Last week, Washington won 48-14 against Colorado (2-8).
    This week, the Huskies will host UCLA (3-6).

    =============== #11 West Virginia Mountaineers (7-2) ===============
    Last week, West Virginia lost 31-24 against Northwestern (8-1).
    This week, the Mountaineers travel to Minneapolis to face the Minnesota Golden Gophers (1-7).
    In recruiting news, the following West Virginia targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) LOLB Ray Gray has committed to Iowa

    =============== Utah Utes (5-5) ===============
    Last week, Utah lost 30-7 against Arizona State (7-2).
    This week, the Utes are idle.
    In recruiting news, the following Utah targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) FS Melvin Alexander has committed to Utah

    =============== #20 Arizona Wildcats (8-2) ===============
    Last week, Arizona won 52-17 against UCLA (3-6).
    This week, the Wildcats are idle.
    In recruiting news, the following Arizona targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) CB Brian Gorman has committed to Maryland

    =============== #6 Iowa Hawkeyes (8-1) ===============
    Last week, Iowa won 38-13 against Purdue (6-3).
    This week, the Hawkeyes travel to Lawrence to face the Kansas Jayhawks (4-5).
    In recruiting news, the following Iowa targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) CB Derrick Landry has committed to Iowa
    - (***) K Wes Williams has committed to Iowa
    - (***) CB John Carter has committed to Iowa
    - (***) LOLB Ray Gray has committed to Iowa

    =============== #21 Maryland Terrapins (8-2) ===============
    Last week, Maryland won 35-26 against Ohio State (7-2).
    This week, the Terrapins are idle.
    In recruiting news, the following Maryland targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) LE John Hagen has committed to Maryland
    - (****) CB Brian Gorman has committed to Maryland
    - (***) TE Brad Johnson has committed to Georgia Tech
    - (****) RE Jeff White has committed to Maryland
    - (***) LE Mike Harris has committed to Maryland
     
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  2. SuperBowlNachos

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    30-7 is better than what actually playing would have gotten me.
     
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  3. PAgamer07

    PAgamer07 We're the ship without a storm

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    Dont quit on us nachos. Drive for 5!
     
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  5. BDSDIGITAL

    BDSDIGITAL One Time for your Mind

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    I can't play until tomorrow night probably.
     
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    It's always a 3 year plan with me. Don't worry :)
     
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    The beavers visited ASU on a beautiful November day. ASU had multiple defensive prospects on hand for this one so Coach Mav was hoping for a solid defensive effort. The ASU team did just that winning 38-21 and continued on to a 3 game win streak and going to 8-2 on the season with 1 PAC12 game left against rival Arizona for the right to play in the PAC12 Conference Championship game.

    ASU deferred to the 2nd half and promptly stonewalled the OSU offense with a sack from DT Will Sutton. Sadly, this was the only sack of the game for ASU. ASU's offense marched down the field though and scored on a 1 yard plunge by RB Marion Grice. ASU would then force a turnover on an INT and roll down the field for another TD. The start of the 2nd quarter though brought some Beaver fire as OSU scored a TD on a Sean Mannion pass. ASU would answer again with a 1 yd TD plunge by Marion Grice. And again OSU answered with a 4 yd TD pass to the FB Anderson.

    At the half it was ASU up 21-14. ASU got the ball to start the 2nd half when QB Mike Eubank found Kevin Ozier behind the coverage, and with 2 quick spin moves dizzied the OSU CBs and sprinted for a 62 yd TD. ASU and OSU would then trade a couple punts and turnovers until OSU broke the scoring drought and Sean Mannion again found Cooks for a 3 yd slant TD. Unfortunately for OSU, that was all she wrote as ASU was up 28-21 at the start of the 4th quarter. 3 more Sean Mannion INTs and 1 more Marion Grice TD run put the game firmly out of reach for the Beavs. GG TEClemson53

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    ZCar352 Keep Pounding...Go Panthers!!!

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    Iowa handles Kansas 45-22 to improve to 9-1

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    #6 Iowa traveled to Lawrence to take on the Kansas Jayhawks in a B1G/Big 12 matchup. Iowa came into the game off back to back wins over Wisconsin and Purdue which were huge after the heartbreaking loss to Northwestern. Also it was the first game back for the Hawkeyes head coach after his 3 week absence he was back at the helm and his team didn't disappoint.

    Kansas won the toss and elected to receive and wasted no time making the Hawkeye defense look like a high school defense as quarterback Jake Heaps torched the Hawkeyes through the air completeing 5-6 on the drive and capped it off with a 4 yard touchdown pass to Nick Harwell 7-0 Jayhawks. Iowa's first possession was short lived as nothing worked for the Hawkeye's offense and they were forced to punt. Kansas's offense cooled off and wasn't able to get anything going on there next drive and were also forced to punt which was huge for the Hawkeyes. Iowa finally got there offense in gear and Jake Rudock began to pick apart the Kansas secondary as the Jayhawks were stacking the bx to stop the run, Rudock would find Jordan Cotton for a 6 yard touchdown to cap the drive off to tie the game at 7. After that the route was on as Iowa would take over and it started on defense as James Morris would pick off a screen pass and take it back 50 yards for the pick six to end the first quarter and give Iowa a 14-7 lead headed to the second.

    Both defenses clamped down at the start of the 2nd and forced back to back punts but then Iowa was able to get the offense rolling again and got down into Kansas territory but were held to a 33 yard field goal 17-7 with 2:21 left in the half. Kansas's next drive looked promising but once again Heaps would get picked off throwing a HB screen this time by corner Sean Draper. The Hawkeyes would score right before the half as Jake Rudock found CJ Fiedorowicz for a 11 yard touchdown to make it 24-7 at the half.

    After the half Iowa started with the ball and went on a drive as they began to chew up the clock and took 6 minutes off the clock which was capped off with a Mark Weisman 1 yard touchdown 31-7 and the starters were done for Iowa on offense atleast. Kansas responded quick with a score of there own with a 4 yard run by James Sims and they would also convert the 2 point conversion to make it 31-15.
    Unfortunately for Kansas the second half became the Jordan Canzeri show as on the ensuing kick off Canzeri took the kick back 97 yards for the touchdown to make it 38-15 to end the third.

    After the Canzeri kick return near the end of the third Kansas's offense had the ball at the end of the third but the offense wasn't going anywhere and were forced to punt and I bet they wish there kicker would have just kicked it out of bounds because Canzeri started right made a cut back to the left, then ran by a defender who was lost and then picked up a blocker on the kicker and cruised into the endzone for a 67 yard punt return touchdown to make it 44-15 early in the 4th. Kansas would score on there next drive but that was about it as the Hawkeyes recovered the onside kick and ran out the rest of the clock to secure the win and improve to 9-1.

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    QB Jake Rudock 8-14 131 Yards 2 TD 1 INT
    RB Mark Weisman 16 Att 75 Yards 1 TD
    WR Jordan Cotton 3 Rec 39 Yards 1 TD
    DEF James Morris 6 Tackles 1 INT 1 TD
    SPT Jordan Canzeri 7 Returns 233 Yards 2 TD

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    QB Jake Heaps 21-37 287 Yards 2 TD 2 INT
    RB James Sims 7 Att 29 Yards 1 TD
    WR Justin McCay 4 Rec 73 Yards 1 TD
    DEF Isaiah Johnson 3 Tackles 1 INT
     
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  10. TEClemson53

    TEClemson53 Walk On

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    fuck my team, fuck sean mannion. gonna cut them all in the offseason
     
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    TEClemson53 Walk On

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    schreck822

    You are last my man. When are you kicking off sir
     
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    Right now.
     
  13. JohnnyClutch

    JohnnyClutch They only hear my truth

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    It means everything.

    Because I need to see if I got recruits signed.
     
  14. schreck822

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    Done trey, let's do this
     
  15. JohnnyClutch

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    Survey says....
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    advance this bitch
     
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    [​IMG]3-6 (1-6) vs 7-3 (5-2)[​IMG]
    11/16/13 9:00pm
    Husky Stadium
    A low scoring, uneventful first quarter saw Washington take a 7-3 lead into the second quarter thanks to a 11 yard swing pass to Dwayne Washington. Bishop Sankey would add two rushing touchdowns in the second quarter. Josh Shirley would become the school leader for sacks in a season when he sacked Hundley for his 15th on the season. Hundley would have a three yard scramble TD to make the game 21-10 at the half.

    Hundley would have another scramble TD in the third, this time from 11 yards out. Jesse Callier would get into the scoring action for the Huskies as he took a pitch from Keith Price 16 yards to the house.

    The fourth quarter would see Keith Price and Kevin Smith put on a show for the crowd in their last game in Husky Stadium. Smith would collect a 23 yard and a eight yard touchdown in the quarter. Washington would win big on Senior Day 45-17.

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    B. Hundley: 16/28 57% 211-Yds 1-INT, 17-Att 75-Yds 2-TD
    M. Jones: 8-Att 24-Yds, 5-Rec 54-Yds
    S. Evans: 4-Rec 95-Yds

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    K. Price: 25/28 89% 393-Yds 3-TD
    B. Sankey: 25-Att 101-Yds 2-TD, 3-Rec 16-Yds
    K. Smith: 7-Rec 125-Yds 2-TD

     
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