2013 week 9 summaries

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  1. publik drunk

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    Herbstreit talked before the game how Johnathan Southwick held a players only meeting before the game and its obvious a coaching background is not in his future, as the Ol1e Miss Rebels took the Broncos behind the proverbial woodshed winning 66-29 and improving to 7-1 on the season. The Rebels forced four Bronco turnovers, returned a kickoff for a touchdown, and got a whole half of football out of their backups. Boise started the scoring early with a fieldgoal after being stopped in the redzone to take a 3-0 lead. Ole Miss then saw their next 6 possessions find the endzone in the first half and found themselves up 42-15 at the break. Bo Wallace had 300 yards passing in the half and Jeff Scott tacked on 100 plus yards on the ground, and all Rebels offensive starters watched the second half from the bench. The Boise state defense was putrid allowing 600 yards on the day, including a season high 257 on the ground for Coach Stones air raid offense
    When asked about the 66 points his team put up, Stone was quick to shoot down any thoughts of running it up on the Broncos. " Our guys showed up, they didn't period. We attempted 3 passes in the second half all on 3rd and long. We scored on a kick off return and a 85 yard run for 2 of our 3 scores after the half. You can't tell your guys to go out and play at 50% just because you have a big lead, that's how people get hurt. We had a great week of practice, and it showed out there today. We have a good young team, that is trying to turn the corner and become a great young team." The Rebels are definitely rolling heading into their bye week before facing a dangerous Arkansas team, in a game which they can clinch the SEC West.
     
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    South Carolina 52, Missouri 23
    A week after a devastating loss in Knoxville, the Gamecocks returned home to take on the Missouri Tigers. The Gamecocks came out like a desperate team, and Missouri was stunned from the beginning. The Tigers did manage to start a comeback in the 2nd quarter after kicking a FG and then scooping a fumble for 6 points to cut the lead to 21-16, but the Gamecocks settled back in and dominated the second half, outscoring Missouri 24-7. Clowney finally showed up for this one, piling on 4 sacks (a couple were the famous CPU running straight into him as he was being blocked type).

    The Gamecocks had a few recruits in for a visit this week, and were able to scoop up some much needed bonus points meeting their hopes. We'll see if it pans out to any signings in the coming week.
     
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    'Noles Notches ACC Road Win
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    The Seminoles offense improve from week 8 to week 9 by decreasing turnovers and running the ball more often. The run game only averaged 3.8 yards a carry but they stuck with it and ran it 50 times; wearing down a NCST defense that ran out of gas in the second half. Jameis Winston had a much more efficient game this week going 17/23 for 269 yards and 4 TD's. The defense gave up some big plays to the no-huddle offense of the Wolfpack, but came up with some big stops in the clutch. Same could be said for the offense as they were 11/14 on 3rd down opportunities on the day.
    Offensive Player of the Game: Devonta Freeman 30 carries 143 yards 1 TD
    Defensive Player of the Game: Karlos Williams 8 tackles
    Next week the 'Noles welcome in in-state rival, #3 Miami Hurricanes. The 'Noles will have to play mistake-free football to keep this one close.​
     
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    Clemson Defeats Pitt in Comeback
    It didn't look good from the beginning for the Tigers. Their first quarter scoring troubles continued against the Panthers as they didn't score a point through the first quarter. The first two TD's of the game came from Pitt's TE Drew Carswell and TE JP Holtz, both thrown by QB Tom Savage. Clemson somewhat responded in the second quarter scoring a TD from RB Roderick McDowell making the score 14-7 at halftime. QB Tajh Boyd wasn't looking sharp throughout the first half, throwing two picks. The third quarter started with an explosive kick return from Sammy Watkins, bringing it all the way down to the Pittsburgh 15 yard line. Tajh Boyd soon ran it in from 1 yard out, tying the score at 14. However, Clemson's offensive struggles continued as Boyd threw yet another pick and helped Pitt take a 24-14 lead after three. The Clemson offense finally clicked at the beginning of the fourth as WR Charone Peake received a perfect touchdown pass from Tajh Boyd with 6:32 left in the game. Clemson's defense also stepped it up and forced a fumble, putting the Tigers in great field position for their next drive. Tajh Boyd then quickly threw another TD pass to TE Sam Cooper, giving Clemson a 28-24 lead with 4 minutes to go. Clemson's defensive yet again stepped it up on Pitt's next drive as they forced another fumble and recovered it with only 30 seconds left, sealing the win for the Tigers.
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