Discussion in 'The Redshirts' started by TEClemson53, Aug 12, 2013.
Advance is Wednesday at 10pm EST
Really though its tomorrow night
Welcome to Week 13!
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=============== Purdue Boilermakers (6-4) ===============
Last week, Purdue lost 28-24 against Penn State (3-7).
This week, the Boilermakers will host Illinois (3-6).
In recruiting news, the following Purdue targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) C Troy Wheeler has committed to Louisville
- (***) LG Travis Bell has committed to Northern Illinois
- (***) LG Stafford Vandermeulen has committed to Illinois
=============== #11 Northwestern Wildcats (9-1) ===============
Last week, Northwestern won 38-20 against Michigan (4-6).
This week, the Wildcats will host Michigan State (6-4).
In recruiting news, the following Northwestern targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) FS Darin Robinson has committed to Northwestern
=============== #15 Arizona State Sun Devils (8-2) ===============
Last week, Arizona State won 38-21 against Oregon State (7-4).
This week, the Sun Devils will host Akron (4-5).
In recruiting news, the following Arizona State targets have announced their decisions:
- (*) DT Zach Young has committed to Arizona State
- (****) LE Matt Hood has committed to Arizona State
- (****) CB Charles Robinson has committed to Arizona State
=============== California Golden Bears (7-4) ===============
Last week, California won 45-24 against Colorado (2-9).
This week, the Golden Bears will host Stanford (6-4).
In recruiting news, the following California targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) WR Ryan Gunn has committed to San Diego State
- (***) TE Nick Bridges has committed to California
- (***) LE Alex Hairston has committed to California
=============== Michigan State Spartans (6-4) ===============
Last week, Michigan State won 41-24 against Nebraska (6-4).
This week, the Spartans travel to Evanston to face the #11 Northwestern Wildcats (9-1).
In recruiting news, the following Michigan State targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) CB Simon Woods has committed to Michigan
=============== Oregon State Beavers (7-4) ===============
Last week, Oregon State lost 38-21 against Arizona State (8-2).
This week, the Beavers are idle.
=============== #24 Washington Huskies (8-3) ===============
Last week, Washington won 45-17 against UCLA (3-7).
This week, the Huskies are idle.
In recruiting news, the following Washington targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) LE Matt Hood has committed to Arizona State
=============== #9 West Virginia Mountaineers (8-2) ===============
Last week, West Virginia won 36-28 against Minnesota (1-8).
This week, the Mountaineers travel to Baltimore to face the #21 Maryland Terrapins (8-2).
In recruiting news, the following West Virginia targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) WR Allan Childress has committed to West Virginia
=============== Utah Utes (5-5) ===============
Last week the Utes were idle.
This week, the Utes will host Washington State (4-6).
In recruiting news, the following Utah targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) RE Eric Hargrove has committed to Utah
=============== #19 Arizona Wildcats (8-2) ===============
Last week the Wildcats were idle.
This week, the Wildcats will host #22 Oregon (7-3).
In recruiting news, the following Arizona targets have announced their decisions:
- (****) MLB Maurice Medlock has committed to Louisville
- (**) K Jason Palmer has committed to Arizona
=============== #6 Iowa Hawkeyes (9-1) ===============
Last week, Iowa won 45-22 against Kansas (4-6).
This week, the Hawkeyes will host Michigan (4-6).
In recruiting news, the following Iowa targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) ROLB Tom Bracken has committed to Georgia Tech
- (***) RT Will Bolden has committed to Iowa
=============== #21 Maryland Terrapins (8-2) ===============
Last week the Terrapins were idle.
This week, the Terrapins will host #9 West Virginia (8-2).
In recruiting news, the following Maryland targets have announced their decisions:
- (***) QB Dan Gaston has committed to Buffalo
- (***) LG George Newell has committed to Baylor
See above. This was a stupid game. I didn't force a punt (a real punt, not a fake punt for 30 yards) til the 4th quarter. Akrons 69 OVR QB threw for 424 yds and 5 TDs going 40/52. He also added a 6th TD on the ground on a LOLZ read option keeper where my defense decided to be 50 OVRs. I'm pretty sure Akron Scored on every possession until the 4th quarter. Finally the ASU defense made 2 3rd down stops that allowed them to take back the lead which they didn't have since the 1st. Akron was about to make it 56-49 until my CB decided to play defense and make an INT. ASU had 378 rushing yards...though 160 of that came on two runs of 78 and 82 yards in the 4th.
Can't see above. It's just a white rectangle.
Lol. I can watch it in the quote.
Iowa routes Michigan on senior day 34-9
#6 Iowa was at home this week for there final home game of the season and played host to the Michigan Wolverines on senior day. Michigan came in deflated as there season has just not gone how they had hoped it would and it got worse this week for them.
Michigan won the toss and deferred to the second half giving the Iowa offense the first crack at the score board and it didn't take them long to put points up as the Michigan defense had no answer for the Hawkeyes offense as they marched down the field and scored on a 4 yard pass to Kevonte Martin Manley 7-0. Michigans offense led by Devin Gardner didn't stay on the field very long on there first drive as it looked promising early in the drive but Maurice Fleming had other plans as he had reservations for 6 after he picked off Gardner's pass to make it 14-0. The Michigan offense wouldn't be phased by the pick 6 as they went right back to work but again Gardner made a mistake and was picked off again this time by Sean Draper and that led to an Iowa field goal to make it 17-0 heading to the 2nd.
After the Iowa field goal Michigan's offense again went back to work but this time looked extremely sharp and was moving the ball at will through the air and got deep into Hawkeye territory but Gardner again would find a Hawkeye defender instead of his intended receiver as Christian Kirksey picked off the pass to halt the drive inside the 20. Iowa scored again after getting there third turnover of the game and Jake Rudock hooked up with one of his favorite targets CJ Fiedorowicz on a 22 yard pass to make it 24-0. The Wolverines continued to fight and were finally able to get into the endzone on there next drive as Thomas Rawls punched it in from 1 yard out but the Wolverines would fail the 2 point conversion to make it 24-6. Jake Rudock made his first and only mistake of the game as he was picked off by Desmond Morgan and gave Michigan some hope and great field position because if they scored before the half they got the ball after the half and could potentially pull within 4 points but unfortunately for them that was not the case as the Iowa defense held them and forced a long field goal attempt which was missed and on the ensuing Hawkeye possession Jake Rudock connected with Jordan Canzeri for a 2 yard touchdown just before the half to make it 31-6.
The second half was uneventful as Michigan kicked a field goal in the 3rd to make it 31-9 and the Hawkeyes were in chew clock mode from the start of the 2nd half. The Iowa starters were pulled at the end of the 3rd and the 2nd unit was able to get a field goal to make it 34-9. Next up for Iowa is a trip to Nebraska to end what has been a truly surprising season.
QB Jake Rudock 13-15 209 Yards 3 TD 1 INT
RB Mark Weisman 17 Att 80 Yards
WR Kevonte Martin Manley 6 Rec 99 Yards 1 TD
DEF Christian Kirksey 9 Tackles 1 INT
QB Devin Gardner 19-31 227 Yards 3 INT 12 Att 31 Yards
RB Thomas Rawls 6 Att 34 Yards 1 TD
WR Jeremy Gallon 6 Rec 87 Yards
DEF Desmond Morgan 4 Tackles 1 INT
thats weird...so u saw all the rediculousness cheese?
Sure did. It was some fancy blue cheese from France.
We got a win!!! The 4 game losing streak is over. Danny Eitling was perfect and the return of Akeem Hunt was a big spark for the team. Illinois struggled all game as somehow we remembered how to play defense. Final Score: 35-12
Wildcats Tighten Grip on Legends
This was a surprising game for NW, as for the first time all year the defense showed up and played a lights out game. It just seemed as though MSU could not get anything going on the ground or in the air, as they finished with 77 yards through the air and 40 on the ground. Meanwhile, Kain Colter and his merry band of receivers led by Kyle Prater continued their aerial assault for 349 yards. There was no room to breathe in the running game, so we had to rely on the pass and time after time Colter came through for big first downs and key red zone TD's.
GG BDSDIGITAL , it was just one of those where it seemed like my guys could do no wrong.
gg. were you user catching all those out routes?
I usually user catch, that's my habit anyway.
how can anyone be that fast to throw the ball 8 yards, switch to another player, hit another button all in like 2 seconds? I can't do anything like that.
I have no clue, I've been playing this game as long as I remember, so just been doing it that way since the 90's.
I ain't trying to hear all that. I've been playing ea football since there were like 12 teams and no trademarks and I can't do all that shit
He lives in Iowa...ain't nothing to do but boozing, humpin, shuckin corn and playin xbox.
WVU Take Terps in Triple OT
34 - 31
--- College Park, MD
After a scoreless first half of both teams struggling to get together a drive, WVU struck first with a PA pass from Childress. Both teams exchanged TD's throughout the game with Maryland up by 7 with less than a minute to go, WVU scored the game tying touchdown. For the rest, here is the video....
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Best game i have had so far ryalaman
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