2013 Week 14 summaries

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  1. publik drunk

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    Momentum is always key in any football game, and the Ole Miss Rebels found it early in the Egg Bowl and rode it to a 42-13 victory over rival Miss St. Laqoun Treadwell started it early returning the opening kickoff 47 yards to get the Rebels started. Bo Wallace, who attempted a season low 11 passes, orchestrated a 7 play 55 yard drive in which the Rebels showed they really wanted to get their running game going in this one. After a touchback on the kickoff the Bulldogs first play from scrimmage seen their RB put the ball on the ground with the Rebels recovering near the redzone. They would capatalize again finding the endzone for a 14-0 lead. The next Bulldog possession facing a third and long, after two sacks, ended in an interception near midfield. They needed 6 plays to go 44 yards to take a commanding 21-0 lead. The Rebels defense, who played their best game of the year, forced a 3 and out on the next possession. On the Rebels next possession, facing 3rd and long, Wallace found Moncrief just pass the sticks and he broke a tackle taking it 55 yards for the score. Mississippi State wouldn't lay down though, connecting on a big pass play that took them inside the Rebel 10 on their next possessio but the Rebel defense held forcing a field goal for a 28-3 lead. Ole Miss responded with a 15 play 75 yard touchdown drive to make it 35-3 with a couple minutes left in the half. The Rebels defense forced another 3 and out and after a punt return near midfield coach Stone played it conservative kneeling out the clock drawing boos from the hometown crowd and going into half 35-3. The second half seen the Rebels not attempt a pass and moving the ball on the ground they were able to grind our the second half without much action. Rebels got a glimpse of the future as Jayleen Walton had 100 yards on the day and true freshman Robert Nkemdiche was unstoppable gathering 5 sacks. The difference in the game was the breaks the Rebels got early to make Miss State one dimensional, and the defensive line pinned their ears back and took over the game for the Rebels, who clinched the SEC West with the victory. Great game @Alabama fan34 like I said in the message my team just got every break in this one and really showed up in the trenches
     
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    Arkansas defeated rival LSU 20-10 in Baton Rouge to finish the season at 7-5. Not much offense was displayed by either team. Brandon Allen struggled going 13-18 for 163 yards, he also threw for a touchdown but also threw 3 interceptions. Jonathan Williams had one of his best games of the season rushing for 156 yards, including a 33 yard touchdown run. LSU ran the ball well, rushing for over 200 yards but failed to score touchdowns. Arkansas awaits to see which bowl they will play in and hopes to finish the season off on a high note in Chandler Hamilton's first year.
     
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    Clemson Edges Arch Rival
    The Clemson Tigers looked to improve upon their 8-3 record Saturday when they faced the #17 South Carolina Gamecocks. The game's first score came with 5 minutes left in the first quarter, with a 2 Yd TD run by RB Shon Carson. Clemson responded on their next possession with a TD of their own from RB Roderick McDowell. It was a defensive struggle throughout the first quarter, as the score was 7-7 heading into the second. South Carolina quickly scored on their next possession, as QB Connor Shaw threw a TD to WR Anderson, making it 14-7 with 6:48 left in the second quarter. Clemson yet again responded with another TD as Tajh Boyd connected with TE Sam Cooper, making it 14-14 with 2:50 left. After Clemson forced a quick three and out, they marched down the field and Boyd threw another TD to star WR Sammy Watkins. Connor Shaw threw a pick late in the first half, giving Clemson a chance to score before halftime. They got into field goal range, but kicker Catanzaro barely missed a 50 yarder as it bounced off of the crossbar, leaving the score at 21-14 at halftime. The second half scoring began with a TD from South Carolina's Connor Shaw. Clemson finally answered with a FG, after a very defensive 3rd quarter, making the score 24-21 heading into the fourth quarter. The quarter began with another TD pass from Connor Shaw. Clemson responded yet again with a TD from back up RB Zach Brooks. After a Shaw interception on South Carolina's next drive, Clemson capitalized as Boyd ran it in from 14 yards out. South Carolina answered on their next drive with a field goal making the score 38-31 with 3:47 left in the game. Clemson's defense continued to impress during the rest of the game, as they held off the Gamecocks and didn't let them score again. Final score: 38-31. Good game @The Parrothead
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