2014 (S3)- Week 13

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  1. PAgamer07

    PAgamer07 We're the ship without a storm

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    Advanced. Deadline Friday.

    Dont forget to start getting pics of your players and compiling stats for hall of famers who have played 3 seasons.
     
  2. TEClemson53

    TEClemson53 Walk On

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    Not a very exciting week for us, outside of the two big user games. Cal had a close one with Oregon State and came away with a touchdown victory. Oregon had a closer one then expected against Arizona State but still had a double digit victory, no worries on that front. Stanford somehow held off Washington. Washington's QB only threw one incompletion but they still lost to Stanford 35-31. Florida blew out Vanderbilt, that wasn't close from the kickoff. South Carolina & Arkansas went to OT, I think these two teams love going to OT, almost every user game either one of them are in goes to OT. South Carolina trailed 31-17 at one point but rallied back to lead late in the 4th, 38-31. Arkansas scored in the closing seconds of regulation to force OT, but the lone touchdown from the Gamecocks in overtime & a defensive hold were enough to snag the victory at home. Wisconsin got off to a rocky start against Indiana but pulled away late while Michigan & Northwestern fought in a low scoring defensive battle ? or offensive struggle ? Either way the Wolverines come away with the win 17-6 & clinch the B1G Legends division for the 3rd straight season.

    We've got a big slate of games this week. Ohio State will travel to Camp Randall to face Wisconsin. The Buckeyes got the best of the Badgers last year and this game will ultimately decide the Leaders side of the division. Ohio State has 1 loss in conference but with a win over Wisconsin, they would control their own destiny while the same thing is going to happen in Columbia. Big big game 2 versus 5. #5 Florida will hit the road and travel into Williams-Brice Stadium to face the #2 South Carolina Gamecocks. Just like Ohio State, Florida already has a conference loss and will need a win over the Gamecocks to put themselves in the drivers seat of that division. Florida put a whooping on South Carolina last year but this South Carolina team looks much more complete then recent years, plus they're on the road this year.

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    QB Jacoby Brissett: 125/209, 2367 Yards, 22 TD, 8 INT​
    HB Mack Brown: 214 Att, 1369 Yards, 16 TD​
    WR Quinton Dunbar: 46 Rec, 893 Yards, 7 TD​
    LE Jonathan Bullard: 18 Tackles, 17 TFL, 14 Sacks​
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    QB Tanner McEvoy: 69/110, 1208 Yards, 10 TD, 2 INT​
    HB Shon Carson: 132 Att, 769 Yards, 5 TD​
    WR Damiere Byrd: 27 Rec, 627 Yards, 6 TD​
    RE Jadeveon Clowney: 29 Tackles, 17 TFL, 13 Sacks​
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    [​IMG] QB Kyle Boehm: 20/26, 248 Yards, TD​
    [​IMG] HB Mack Brown: 19 Att, 183 Yards, 2 TD​
    [​IMG] WR Kodi Whitfield: 7 Rec, 141 Yards, 2 TD​
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    [​IMG] WR Damiere Byrd: 5 Rec, 235 Yards, 2 TD​
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    Stanford Stadium​
    Stanford, CA​
    BYU is 0-2 against Stanford. The last meetings were in 2003 & 2004
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    Kenan Memorial Stadium​
    Chapel Hill, NC​
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    Autzen Stadium​
    Eugene, OR​
    Oregon is 25-14 all-time against Arizona. The Ducks currently ride a 6 game streak
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    The Coliseum​
    Los Angeles, CA​
    48-28 all-time and USC hasn't lost to the Bruins since '06
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    Spartan Stadium​
    East Lansing, MI​
    Northwestern trails 37-15 and was last victorious in East Lansing in 2007
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    Kinnick Stadium​
    Iowa City, IA​
    42-13 all-time against the Hawkeyes, however, Michigan has lost 3 of their last 5
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    Camp Randall Stadium​
    Madison, WI​
    Wisconsin trails 56-18 all-time. Including a 3 game losing streak to the Buckeyes
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    Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium​
    Fayetteville, AR​
    Arkansas leads 17-6 and rides a 5 game streak over the Bulldogs
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    College Station, TX​
    Only met 6 times, Alabama has only lost to the Aggies once and it was back in 1968
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    Williams-Brice Stadium​
    Columbia, SC​
    The Gators have dominated the Gamecocks 23-6, but have lost 3 of their last 4 against South Carolina
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  3. SuperBowlNachos

    SuperBowlNachos Walk On

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    'Cocks Complete Splooge of SEC East
    Punch their ticket to the SEC Conference Championship Game

    This has a been a season of revenge for South Carolina. After a 4 game losing streak derailed their plans last year, they have no taken down Arkansas in an epic OT win and now rival Florida. Despite being ranked higher and being undefeated, SC could have been considered the underdogs in this one.

    The first quarter featured great defense by both teams. SC couldn't do shit and Florida's first few drives fizzled out with a punt. Then the South Carolina defense which hadn't done anything all season to stop the passing game finally stepped up. Florida QB Brissett attempted to dump his pass off to a WR in the flats, but SC CB Victor Hampton jumped in front of the pass and took it to the house for the 7-0 lead late in the first.

    The second quarter was more of a shootout. The Gamecocks started off the scoring with a 33 yard field goal to push the lead to 10-0. Florida wouldn't get down on themselves. A 5 play drive led to a 32 yard passing touchdown from Brissett to Pittman to make the score 10-7 with 3:33 left in the half. The South Carolina offense was still sucking ass. After a punt Mack Brown finally showed up for the Gators and broke 3 tackles and rumbled 59 yards to give Florida a 10-14 lead. 2:04 left in the half is still plenty of time. Late in the half SC was faced with a 3rd and 20, but McEvoy found Byrd coming open deep and let it fly for a 76 yard touchdown to make the score 17-14 going into the second half.

    In the second half the 'Cocks offense kept the momentum going. With the ground game being halfway decent they were moving the ball. McEvoy then got bailed out by a bad play by the safety. Ellington made and it and out move, but the safety was in position for the interception. The ball went right through his hand to the waiting hands of Ellington who raced the rest of the way for a 58 yard score and a 24-14 South Carolina lead. Florida again would respond. This time with 1 yard QB sneak by Brissett from yard out to put the score at 24-21. The Gamecock offense countered right back. Ellington caught a 10 yard curl and made the CB miss on the tackle. Ellington avoided the rest of the defense for a 28 yard score to put SC up 31-21 with 1:08 left in the third. In the fourth neither offense could get anything going. The only score was a Watkins to Anderson hookup on a 4th and 4 that clinched the game and put the final score at 38-21.

    Tanner McEvoy finished the game with 10/13 passing for 285 yards and 3 touchdowns. Brissett went 13/22 for 190, 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions. SC's Shon Carson and Brandon Wilds combined for 94 yards rushing on 24 carries. Mack Brown finished with 17 carries for 168 yards. The Gamecock offense went for 400 yards while the UF offense had 362.



     
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  4. PAgamer07

    PAgamer07 We're the ship without a storm

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    SuperBowlNachos WR Damiere Boyd had some pretty ridiculous stats... mind explaining?
     
  5. TEClemson53

    TEClemson53 Walk On

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    Arkansas' defense lol
     
  6. PAgamer07

    PAgamer07 We're the ship without a storm

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    Oh it was a user game? Nevermind then Nachos.
     
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  7. ZCar352

    ZCar352 Keep Pounding...Go Panthers!!!

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    Duly noted
     
  8. dnf913

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    Yep, good to know you can put up whatever stats you want in a user game haha. (not complaining at all Nachos)
     
  9. PAgamer07

    PAgamer07 We're the ship without a storm

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    Noooo. You guys completely are missing my point. In a user game if someone has a problem with something they should PM me.

    In addition ... if this isn't the case, I blame the other user just as much for not adjusting their gameplans after repeatedly getting burned.

    Finally ... missing tackles inflate stats too.

    If someone has a problem bring it to my attention
     
  10. maverickfp

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    Bama outlasts aTm 35-31. No streaks were thrown. TD pass routes: Deep post, corner post, slant, curl and sluggo. Bama D sucked until the 4th quarter. Highlights below with stats at the end.

     
  11. dnf913

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    It was a joke, hence the "haha"
     
  12. TEClemson53

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    This Week's Braxton Miller Show........ En-fucking-joy

     
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  13. JohnnyClutch

    JohnnyClutch They only hear my truth

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    3-8 vs 8-2 (6-2)​
    11/22/14 1:00pm​
    The Stanford faithful would be in for another long game as on the first play of this game Eric Schultz would get picked off on the corner route pass. Brigham Young would take over on the 14 yard line. Three plays later Jorgensen would be in the end zone on a 10 yard catch. Stanford would get on the board with a 32 yard field goal by Phillips. He would get a lot of work today. On third down the BYU WR would run out of bounds and come back in to make the catch and gain 26 yards. On the next throw Ed Reynolds would pick off the streak pass along the sideline. Eric Schultz would fumble and the Cougars take over on the Stanford 33 yard line. ​
    Kodi Whitfield would give the Cardinal the lead on a 52 yard touchdown reception. BYU would try to tie the game but Walton would miss the 42 yard field goal short. Stanford would then go on a quick four play 65 yard drive that was capped off with a five yard TD catch by Young. The game would be 17-14 at the half as Brigham Young was able to score on a five yard pass to Cutler.​
    BYU was driving pretty well to open the third but Roger Harris was able to intercept the touchdown pass in the end zone and return it to the 21 yard line. This turnover would lead to a 37 yard field goal by Phillips. The Cardinal defense would force a three and out. Phillips would add a 22 yard field goal to his resume. ​
    The Cougar's Heldy would score on a three yard run but to much surprise the refs called holding on the play. BYU would have to settle for a 38 yard field goal by Walton. Phillips would make his final field goal of the game from 19 yards out. BYU would use their first time out before a two yard score by Thompson. This touchdown cut the lead to 26-24. The Cougars would go for the onside but the ball would only travel eight yards. After a run for a loss on first down they would use their second time out. A gain of a few yards on second down would see BYU's last time out used. On third down Ty Montgomery would get open and go for the 35 yard score. Brigham Young would go with a run play to let the clock run out. Stanford wins the last game of the regular season 33-24.​
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    A. Hine: 13-Att 44-Yds​
    D. Cutler: 7-Rec 67-Yds 1-TD​
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    E. Schultz: 24/33 347-Yds 2-TD 1-INT​
    B. Sanders Jr.: 17-Att 49-Yds​
    T. Montgomery: 7-Rec 101-Yds 1-TD​
     
  14. JohnnyClutch

    JohnnyClutch They only hear my truth

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    Braxton "The One Man Band" Miller.

    I would love to see some of those holes for my run game.
     
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  16. maverickfp

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    watch yourself FNG.
     
  17. schreck822

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    But I'm watching you... lurker.gif
     
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  18. maverickfp

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    hahahaha, that's awesome.
     

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