Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by PAgamer07, Sep 30, 2012.
Only a couple more weeks until I get to beat up on Schreck
u waitin til tuesday to play this week?
Well, I'm getting FIFA today so maybe Wednesday dick
Ohio State struggles against Indiana but gets by, 28-17 on the road. The biggest news here is that we again lose Brionte Dunn for most of the game with an injury, but he comes back to finish the game. Obviously, he's not going to be the long term answer at RB. Even worse, Braxton Miller goes down in the 2nd quarter and doesn't return. He is out for two weeks, so you're welcome for the free gift in a couple of weeks Trey. Our backup Brian Rodgers is definitely not ready for prime time. Overall the defense played well enough to keep enough points off the board, but continues to struggle getting opposing offenses off the field, which is very troubling.
i think ur ass is simmed from here on out!
Bama keeps the CPU streak alive even while contemplating throwing a game to appease the cheese heads. While starting QB Mike Green throws 3 INTs to start the day, LSU still can't capitolize. JR QB Phillip Ely comes in and plays flawlessly throwing 2 TDs. He is our new starter as he has good wheels but a more accurate arm. LSU had many chances but just failed to compete.
I might be. I've done about 6 hours of homework today and have a paper I have to write before the Cowboys game tomorrow.
I lied. I played.
schreck822 you playing the game tonight? Old man wants to know if he should transfer the commish.
Yeah, hopin to jump on in a few minutes.
Done, just waiting on highlights to upload.
YOU DA MAN.
Noted. Upload complete, advance this thing
Badgers Escape The Rape University Park, PA -- Wisconsin hit the road this week into Happy Valley and things started off great for Wisconsin. The Badgers were forced to punt to open the game however the Badger defense welcomed back CB Devin Gaulden who had missed 3 games. Gaulden intercepted QB Robert Bolden on 2nd down and gave Wisconsin excellent starting field position. Wisconsin moved down inside the PSU 5 yard line and Wisconsin also welcome'd back HB Melvin Gordon who had missed the last 4 games. Gordon bounced in from 1 yard out to give Wisconsin an early 7-0 lead. Another Penn State possession in the closing minutes of the 1st quarter was another Bolden intercpetion, it was once again CB Devin Gaulden who picked off the pass, this time Gaulden wasn't getting tackled and the corner returned it all the way to give Wisconsin a 14-0 lead. With the ball to start the 2nd quarter, Wisconsin began to come unraveled. Deep in Penn State territory, Badger QB Joel Stave was hit as he threw and the ball went right into the hands of MLB Ben Kline who was tackled at his own 35 yard line. Two plays later, Bolden hit WR Eugene Lewis down the sideline , Lewis went untouched into the endzone for the 60 yard score to trail 14-7. Wisconsin's offense went back to work and ate up the Nittany Lion defense on the ground along with a big pass to WR Kenzel Doe. However, the Badgers stalled just inside the PSU 25 yard line and settled on a Drew Meyer field goal to lead 17-7 midway through the 2nd. Back and forth the two offenses went before Joel Stave tossed his 2nd interception of the game in the flat to CB Adrian Amos, who housed the pick to trail Wisconsin 17-14 at the half. (I don't have any idea what I was thinking when I threw this thing) Penn State opened the 2nd half with the ball and it didn't take long at all. The first play of the half was a hand off to RB Billy Belton, Belton went up a gaping hole (where is your mind at Screwthebcs) and juked two Wisconsin defenders out of their shoes and raced away from everyone as Belton scored on the 75 yard run. In less then a minute, Wisconsin gave Penn State a dose of their own medicine with a big run themselves. HB Melvin Gordon took a handoff down the left sideline for a 69 yard touchdown run to regain the lead and steal the momentum. The Badger defense answered as senior LB Marcus Trotter intercepted a deep pass from Bolden. Wisconsin's offense made a little head way after big gains to TE Sam Arneson and WR Kenzel Doe but again stalled out deep in PSU territory and Drew Meyer kicked his 2nd field goal of the day to lead 27-21 going to the 4th. Opening the 4th with the ball, Wisconsin kept things grounded. Melvin Gordon ate up the Penn State defense and his co-partner Vonte Jackson capped off the final two scoring drives on a 3 yard & 58 yard run and led Wisconsin to a 40-21 victory over Penn State. StatsQB Joel Stave: 14/26, 161 Yards, 2 INTHB Melvin Gordon: 23 Att, 212 Yards, 2 TDHB Vonte Jackson: 10 Att, 121 Yards, 2 TDSS Ramon Richardson: 6 Tackles, Sack, INT, FFCB Devin Gaulden: 3 Tackles, 2 INT, TD QB Robert Bolden: 11/28, 143 Yards, TD, 4 INTHB Billy Belton: 11 Att, 117 Yards, TDWR Eugene Lewis: 2 Rec, 69 Yards, TDMLB Ben Kline: 2 Tackles, Sack, INTROLB Skyler Veney: 4 Tackles
Wildcats Survive Hurricane Scare
This game started ugly for the Wildcats, as Miami took the opening kickoff and marched the ball right down the field like the NW D wasn't there. QB Preston Dewey seemed to have all day to throw, and when he didn't, he simply evaded the pass rush and scrambled for several large gains to keep the drive going. They finally ended the drive when Duke Johnson sped by the defense for an 8 yard TD run. The NW O came out flat in response, and really had no response. It was at this point that Coach Schreck began to worry that his team was flat, and Miami might be ready to turn the beast mode on. Fortunately, the NW D was able to hold the offense's next drive, and give the NW O a shot to tie things up, and they looked ready to do just that as they drove down to the 1 yard line to set up 3rd and goal at the 1. Treyvon Green tried to burst through the middle for the score, not once, but twice, and each time was stuff right at the 6 inch line. Coach Schreck was seen blowing two gaskets on the sideline at the ineptitude of the O-line. Miami then took over at their own 6 inch line, and NW was determined to make them pay, and OLB Clarence Ariguzo burst off his block to not only sack the QB in the endzone, but force the fumble which stud safety Ibraheim managed to fly in from nowhere to dive on the ball for the game tying TD.
Miami was able to answer with a field a few minutes later to go back up 10-7, but the NW O answered with a strong drive of their own that culminated in Treyvon Green getting in from 1 yard out this time around to put the team up 14-10 at the half.
The 3rd quarter is where NW was able to catch some breaks and really put this game away. The defense made a huge play as Dewey once again broke free on a 3rd down scramble for 1st down yardage, but this time OLB Odenigbo decided he'd seen enough of that garbage, and flat laid Dewey on his candy ass (yeah, I haven't heard anybody say that in 10 years either). That stopped their drive and gave us great field position, which led to another 1 yard Green TD run to go up 21-10.
The next Miami drive ended when VanHoose jumped a pass for the pick, once again setting us up with a short field. This time, Siemian took advantage of the aggressive Miami D with a quick screen to Green, which he took 13 yards for the score to go up 28-10 at the end of the 3rd quarter, and really put the game out of reach. Miami was able to tack on a TD midway through the 4th, but failed their 2 point try and were down 28-16 and never could get the ball back as NW ground the clock out and ended it with a few knees.
Player of the Game
Treyvon Green - 26 for 128 and 2 TDs. 2 catches for 23 yards and a TD
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