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Welcome to Week 2!
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=============== Purdue Boilermakers (1-0) ===============
Last week, Purdue won 31-24 against Ball State (0-1).
This week, the Boilermakers will host #21 Oregon State (1-0).
=============== Northwestern Wildcats (1-0) ===============
Last week, Northwestern won 70-24 against Idaho (0-1).
This week, the Wildcats will host Maryland (1-0).
=============== Arizona State Sun Devils (0-1) ===============
Last week, Arizona State lost 38-35 against Fresno State (1-0).
This week, the Sun Devils travel to Hattiesburg to face the Southern Miss Golden Eagles (0-1).
=============== California Golden Bears (0-1) ===============
Last week, California lost 48-45 against San Diego State (1-0).
This week, the Golden Bears travel to Fort Collins to face the Colorado State Rams (0-1).
=============== Michigan State Spartans (1-0) ===============
Last week, Michigan State won 52-24 against Western Michigan (0-1).
This week, the Spartans are idle.
=============== #21 Oregon State Beavers (1-0) ===============
Last week, Oregon State won 45-13 against Air Force (0-1).
This week, the Beavers travel to West Lafayette to face the Purdue Boilermakers (1-0).
=============== Washington Huskies (1-0) ===============
Last week, Washington won 48-24 against Mid Tenn State (0-1).
This week, the Huskies will host Iowa (1-0).
=============== West Virginia Mountaineers (1-0) ===============
Last week, West Virginia won 28-10 against Marshall (0-1).
This week, the Mountaineers travel to Ann Arbor to face the #17 Michigan Wolverines (1-0).
=============== Utah Utes (0-0) ===============
Last week the Utes were idle.
This week, the Utes will host FCS West .
=============== Arizona Wildcats (1-0) ===============
Last week, Arizona won 49-10 against FCS West .
This week, the Wildcats travel to Atlanta to face the Georgia State Panthers (0-1).
=============== Iowa Hawkeyes (1-0) ===============
Last week, Iowa won 48-16 against Bowling Green (0-1).
This week, the Hawkeyes travel to Seattle to face the Washington Huskies (1-0).
=============== Maryland Terrapins (1-0) ===============
Last week, Maryland won 45-24 against FIU (0-1).
This week, the Terrapins travel to Evanston to face the Northwestern Wildcats (1-0).
27 - 14
--- Ann Arbor, Michigan
WVU came into Ann Arbor a heavy underdog. The first two drives, both teams went three and out followed by a long drive lead by Childress giving WVU a 7 point lead with 53 seconds left in the first quarter as Childress hit Kevin White on a crossing route.
Michigan answered less than 2 minutes later with a Thomas Rawls 3 yard TD run. Both teams exchanged 3 and outs followed by a WVU drive that lead to a TD throw from Childress to WR Jordan Thompson giving WVU a 14-7 leading heading into the half.
WVU finished the third quarter with a field goal followed by a TD pass from Childress to TE Clay.
Michigan scored a TD bringing it to 27-14 with less than 2:30 left in the fourth. The onside kick failed with WVU running out the clock
Passing - Childress - 20/28 - 276 yards - 3 TD's and 0 INT's
Rushing - Buie - 19 ATT - 40 Yards - 0 TDs
- Sims - 7 ATT - 22 Yards - 0 TDs
Receiving - Kevin White - 9 Receptions - 143 Yards - 1 TD
Rose - 2 Tackle, 2 Sack, 1 FF
Gardner - 17/26 146 yards 1 TD, 1 Fumble
Rawls - 10 - 34 yards - 1 TD
Damn you're a juggernaut.
Give me another few games for my game to fall apart. The CPU scrambles too much and throws a ton of little shit with an occasional deep ball
Dang on Bishop Sankey out for 3 weeks with back spasms.
I made Zac's defenders look silly on a couple of plays.
ASU sends USM to hell with a 61-21 trouncing.
No points were scored in the 4th quarter as ASU scored on an INT return TD and kick return TD. The prettiest play you'll ever see is right here:
ASU had its way mostly with USM. THe hurry up offense of USM kept ASU off balance for parts of the first half, but the front 4 of ASU kept the USM QB off balance and he made some bad throws and took a couple sacks. Next up is the Cal Bears and coach Sonn.
Homeboy was out of bounds like 3 times, but yeah sweet play.
yeah, i was pretty surprised it wasn't reviewed.
the two cheddars.
I'm waiting to long to drop 100 on FCS Southwest in week 3.
@ Iowa escapes Washington with 37-35 Victory Iowa traveled west to take on the Washington Huskies and Coach Adams after a week 1 win against Bowling Green. Coach Carder and Coach Adams met up prior to there new jobs and Coach Carder won with his Louisville Cardinals over the Yellow Jackets of Georgia Tech but this time around it was going to be very different as Adams wasn't limited to the triple option offense and it turned out to be a thriller. Washington won the toss and elected to kick, Iowa then dominated the entire first quarter as the time of possession was atleast 7 to 1 Iowas and the possessions were 2 for Iowa and 1 for Washington in the first quarter but Iowa was only able to muster 2 field goals in the quarter and led 6-0 at the end of 1. On Washington's 2nd possession of the game took the lead on a fantastic drive by Bishop Sankey who seemed to be untouchable and he carried the Huskies down the field and punched it in from 10 yards out 7-6 Huskies. Iowa's offense finally broke the duct and got in the endzone on there next drive as the balanced attack of the Hawkeyes was to much for Washington's defense. Jake Rudock would find wide out Jacob Hillyer for a 5 yard touchdown to put Iowa back out front 13-7. Washington didn't panic and put there 2 minute offense into effect and again Price and Sankey cut up the Hawkeye defense and Sankey would run in from 9 yards out with 6 seconds left in the half to make it 14-13 Huskies at the break. After the half both teams traded blows as Washington came out and scored on the opening drive on a 13 yard pass to tight end Michael Hartvigson 21-13 Huskies. Iowa then responded with a touchdown drive of there own as Rudock found Jordan Canzeri on a 4 yard pass to make it 21-20 Huskies. On Washingtons previous drive the Hawkeye defense knocked Bishop "Do the" Sankey "Leg" out of the game with back spasms but his back up filled in nicely and punched in a nice touchdown run from 10 yards out 28-20. Iowa again responded with a touchdown from Jake Rudock to CJ Fiedorowicz to make it 28-27 heading to the 4th. Washington had the ball to start the 4th but was forced to punt as the Iowa defense made there first stop since the first quarter. Unfortunately for Washington there defense could not stop the Hawkeyes and Mark Weisman was able to fall into the endzone from 2 yards out to make it 34-28. Then after another defensive stand from Iowa the Hawkeye offense went into clock kill mode and threw it 1-2 times as they marched down the field eating up tons of time but were held out of the endzone and had to kick another field goal to make it 37-28. After the field goal coach Carder told Coach Adams, Eidson, Becker, and Rockwell that he was going to lose 38-37 if Coach Adams offense scored on there final drive as he knew they would recover the onside kick. Well Washington drove down the field and scored 37-35 with 0:28 left then they RECOVERED the onside kick that saw 5-6 Hawkeyes standing around the ball and it was evident that it was going to be 38-37 at this point but on the first play for Washington Keith Price tried to check down to his running back but dat dude Maurice Fleming picked off the pass and that was all she wrote. GG again JohnnyClutch....Look forward to you traveling to Iowa next year for this home and home. QB Jake Rudock 17-22 203 Yards 3 TDRB Mark Weisman 25 Att 94 Yards 1 TDWR Jordan Cotton 5 Rec 90 YardsDEF Maurice Fleming 3 Tackles 1 INT QB Keith Price 14-23 200 Yards 2 TD 1 INTRB Bishop "Do the" Sankey "Leg" 7 Att 52 Yards 2 TD WR Kasen Williams 2 Rec 32 Yards 1 TDDEF Sean Parker 12 Tackles
Me too. Hopefully the 70s Steelers become the 80s Steelers for that one.
Ryan Russell gets one of his 3 sacks on Sean Mannion
In the first of many Big Ten versus PAC-12 matchups for the cycle, the Purdue Boilermakers would host the Oregon State Beavers. This was a big matchup which renewed the friendly rivalry between Coach Eidson and Coach Rockwell. The first half was a bit of a snoozefest if you like offense. But both defenses played excellently and at the end of a very fast 1st quarter it was 0-0.
The second quarter saw a bit more excitement. DE Ryan Russell would sack Mannion early in the quarter and force the fumble which would be recovered by Purdue. After a quick drive down the field, Purdue would get stuffed on 3 straight goal to go situations. Feeling confident in his defense, Coach Rockwell would go for it on 4th and goal from the 2. "We had to get that early score,"said Rockwell. "If we didn't get it in, I had faith our defense could keep them from driving 98 yards." Rockwell would call an ISO play to the left of the formation, but Coach Eidson shifted defenders, and this caused Freshman QB Danny Etling to audible to a power run to the right. "Great call by the youngster." Said his coach. This would put the Boilermakers up 7-0.
The Beavers were not to be dismayed. Although the running game was being shut down at every opportunity, Mannion showed he was up to the task, and after a long time consuming drive, was able to move his team down the field. HB Storm Woods would punch it in from 8 yards out and tie the game with just under 3 minutes left in the half. Purdue would drive down the field, and miss the go ahead FG as the ball clanked off the left upright. Not to be outdone, the Beavers would move quickly down the field and setup their own FG attempt (with some horrible clock management.) After a timeout to ice K G. Owens, he would miss a long FG short by about 10 yards. The game would remain tied heading into the half at 7-7.
The 3rd quarter would see the defenses once again play well. It was evident in this quarter though that the front four of Purdue was too much for the Oregon State offensive line. "Oh man," said Coach Rockwell. "That was a battle of men amongst boys down in the trenches today. Mannion had happy feet due to all the pressure today and I think that really helped us pull this one out. Their line just couldnt stop the pass rush, or open any holes for the running game" After a FG put Purdue ahead by 3, Oregon State once scored, this time on a 14 yard TD to Connor "Prince" Hamlet. Just like that 14-10 Oregon State as the 3rd quarter came to a close.
The first half of the final quarter saw both defenses once again hold fast, and it became a given that one of the teams' defenses would win the game. QB Danny Etling started getting hotter and hotter in this quarter, and with just 4:25 left in the game, was able to plunge in on 1st down for a QB sneak and the go ahead 17-14 lead. And then, after a great defensive game, the Purdue defense would fall apart and collide with each other allowing the whitest guy on the field WR Richard Mulaney to score on a 50 yard catch and run. Coach Rockwell could be seen throwing his headset on the ground after that blunder. 21-17 Beavers.
Eitling though was "cool as the other side of the pillow". With 2 minutes left and all 3 timeouts, it was surgical precision. First down after first down would lead to a beautifully thrown ball to WR Gary "Hairy" Bush for the go ahead TD. 24-21 Boilermakers. And then, the biggest play of the game as DE Ryan Russell would get his 3rd and final sack to stop any chance for Mannion to perform any magic.
Great game TEClemson53 maybe we'll meet in the Rose Bowl one year
QB Danny Eitling: 20/31- 328 yards- 1 TD- 1 INT
HB Robert Gregory: 21 carries- 105 yards- 1 TD
WR Gary Bush: 6 catches- 85 yards- 1 TD
DE Ryan Russell: 5 tackles- 3 sacks- 1 FF
QB Sean Mannion: 15/23- 276 yards- 2 TD- 1 INT
HB Storm Woods: 16 carries- 57 yards- 1 TD
WR Brandin Cooks: 5 catches- 69 yards
MLB Michael Doctor: 3 tackles- 1 INT
Woh, those are some high tech cameras they have there at Purdue.
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