2014 (S3)- Week 8

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  1. TEClemson53

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    Big game in the SEC, Jesse Palmer would homer this one to hell if it was the real Gameday. This should be a pretty good game, Coach Screw is coming off two consecutive National Championships at two different schools along with a B1G and SEC Championship those years. Coach Carder is trying to re-establish the relevancy of the Florida program. The Gainesville fans have waited long enough. I don't think anyone ever expected the Gator's to struggle so bad without Tim Tebow. The Gator's have had two weeks to prepare for this while Alabama is fresh off a beating of UConn. Florida didn't open SEC play like they had hoped and fell on the road to Tennessee but have since then won their last 2 conference foes while the Crimson Tide snagged a HUGE, I mean HUGE win over Arkansas and have since retained the #1 spot in the polls & moved to 4-0 in SEC play. Alabama holds the keys to the car in the SEC West. In the east, Florida needs this win to stay in the hunt and decide this one when they travel to Columbia in a few weeks to fight the Gamecocks.

    Elsewhere around the country, all our B1G team's were victorious. Wisconsin's defense allowed a ton of points & yards but also scored a bunch of points in the route of Illinois 66-34. Northwestern put a waxing on Purdukie 41-10 and Ohio State held off a tough Minnesota team 48-38. Michigan knocked off little ole Utah State 30-0 The Pac-12 user teams kept their reputation, USC played their tails off and held on to knock off previously #7 Washington with the 30-29 victory. Stanford slipped by Oregon State, they were on upset mode in real life & in redshirts this past week. It's a good thing the Cardinal were able to snag the victory or things could've gotten ugly with the coaching staff this week. It's been a tough few years for Stanford. Cal booted through a field goal to hold off UCLA. The Bears got off to a TERRIBLE start and trailed UCLA 14-0 but were able to rebound and get the important conference victory. Oregon, another win from these guys. I wish I knew how this defense is able to pitch shutout after shutout. They've only given up 16 total points in their last 4 games. Impressive, I give that up every quarter. South Carolina held off a tough Troy team, Arkansas knocked off previously #19 Auburn 24-14.

    We've got some other legit games this week though, Stanford will get their shot at Notre Dame. The Irish are a strong strong football team, they have had a scare a few games but so far, they're undeafeated and #3 in the country. Ohio State will host in-state Cincinnati while the Wolverines will test the showers in Penn State. USC will travel to Salt Lake City, we all remember what happened in that city two years ago. USC got their revenge last year, but now it's time to get some revenge right in the home of the Utes. Cal will host Colorado, should be a snoozer. Oregon will host UCLA, will the Bruins put any points on the board ? Arkansas will play their back up's against Texas State while South Carolina will try to whip up on Missouri for the second time in 3 days (real life Saturday) and we all know what's going to go down in Gainesville. We're getting into the heart of the season and conference play is beginning to take shape. Win's are always important but it's getting crunch time where any stumble can ultimately cost you a shot at your conference title or even bigger, the National Championship. Who will falter this week ?

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    QB Michael Green: 103/143, 1393 Yards, 13 TD, 2 INT​
    HB Blake Sims: 112 Att, 934 Yards, 9 TD​
    WR DeAndrew White: 32 Rec, 443 Yards, 5 TD​
    ROLB Xzavier Dixon: 29 Tackles, 12 TFL, 5 Sacks, INT, FF​
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    QB Jacoby Brissett: 55/84, 1018 Yards, 13 TD, 4 INT​
    HB Mack Brown: 93 Att, 631 Yards, 4 TD​
    WR LatRoy Pittman: 24 Rec, 480 Yards, 5 TD​
    LOLB Antonio Morrison: 30 Tackles, 15 TFL, 3 Sacks, 22 FF, F Rec​
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    Top Performers From Last Week's Game​
    [​IMG] RB Daniel Lasco: 13 Att, 134 Yards, TD​
    [​IMG] QB Braxton Miller: 29/36, 372 Yards, 4 TD (11 Att, 121 Yards, TD)​
    [​IMG] HB Vonte Jackson: 15 Att, 142 Yards, 2 TD​
    [​IMG] QB Michael Green: 19/26, 285 Yards, 4 TD​
    [​IMG] QB Bryan Bennett: 17/25, 212 Yards, 3 TD​
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    it's baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaackkkkkk........​
    [​IMG] WR Will Ellis: 2 Rec, 141 Yards, 2 TD​
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    Ohio Stadium​
    Columbus, OH​
    They've only met 6 times in the history of these two Ohio schools with Ohio State winning all 6 meetings.
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    TCF Bank Stadium​
    Minneapolis, MN​
    Northwestern has won 2 of the last 3 but not a great record against the Minnesota Gophers. They trail 50-35 in the all-time series.
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    Beaver Stadium​
    University Park, PA​
    The last time Penn State knocked off the Wolverines was 2007, the lack of talent on this team won't help that cause. They've only played 18 times and Michigan suprisingly only leads 12-6
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    Autzen Stadium​
    Eugene, OR​
    Oregon trails 39-26, not including the Redshirt victories in this series. However Oregon currently rides a 7 game streak over the Bruins.
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    Notre Dame Stadium​
    South Bend, IN​
    26 all-time meetings with Notre Dame leading 17-9 but Stanford holds a 4 game streak
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    California Stadium​
    Berkeley, CA​
    Only 6 meetings in the history with Cal leading 4-2
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    Rice-Eccles Stadium​
    Salt Lake City, UT​
    8 all-time meetings including our redshirts games, and USC leads 6-2 all-time
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    Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium​
    Fayetteville, AR​
    No history, take it easy on them dnf913
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    Williams-Brice Stadium​
    Columbia, SC​
    4 all-time meetings, Missouri is 0-4 against South Carolina
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    Ben Hill Griffin Stadium​
    Gainesville, FL​
    Deep history here, 38 all-time games, Alabama leads 24-14 including the last 4
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  2. maverickfp

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    wonder who...;)
     
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    Deadline is Wednesday 10 PM.
     
  4. TEClemson53

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    After what felt like 10 hours, GOTW is done
     
  5. JohnnyClutch

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    Test out the showers, lol.
     
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    Couldn't find any one else that was doing the chomp?
     
  8. TEClemson53

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    more fitting, an Alabama player (Ingram & Julio) ?

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  9. TEClemson53

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    or our punk ass Braushaad Breeland doing it this past Saturday night ?

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    Nice job trey
     
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    Up 21-3 going into the halftime screen and the damn game froze on me. Was having a great outing too, stupid, never frozen there before. Made a quick video, won't be able to upload it until tomorrow afternoon, will try and get the game done tomorrow night.
     
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    28-10?!?!?! well u got my score right...:(
     
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    Gators pull of upset of #1 Alabama 29-28
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    Gainesville, FL- This week the #12 Florida Gators played host to the #1 Alabama Crimson Tide in an SEC showdown. Gameday was in a rainy Gainesville which Alabama coach Screwthebcs claimed we really are playing in the Swamp. Coach Screw has a perfect record against Coach Carder dating back to when both these coaches were in the ACC but that is why they play the game.​
    Florida won the toss and elected to receive and out came the vaunted Alabama defense who earlier in the season shut down the high powered Arkansas offense but the Gator offense wasn't scared as they marched down the field with a very balanced drive but the Bama defense bent but did not break and held the Gators to a 41 yard field goal. It was now Alabama's turn on offense and they were led by Heisman candidates RB Blake Sims and QB Michael Green. Just like the Florida drive Alabama put together a very balanced drive except the difference between the two is Alabama found the endzone on a 6 yard run by Sims to take a 7-3 lead into the 2nd quarter.​
    After a Florida punt near the end of the first Alabama looked to try and extend there lead but the Gator defense was able to make a stop and force the Bama offense to punt. After a pretty good return from Chris Johnson, Mack Brown got things in gear and broke off his longest run of the game and got the Gators deep into Alabama territory but once again the Tide defense bowed up and kept the Gators out of the endzone and Kyle Christy kicked his 2nd field goal of the day from 26 yards out to make it 7-6. The next Alabama drive mirrored there first drive of the game and again resulted in another Sims touchdown from 25 yards out to extend the lead to 14-6 and the Gators knew they couldn't keep trading field goals for touchdowns. Florida would tack on another field goal with :22 left in the half to go into the break down 14-9.​
    Alabama got the ball to start the second half and went for a nice sunday drive which again was capped off with a Alabama touchdown this time Michael Green would keep the read option and scoot into the endzone from 4 yards out to put the Tide up 21-9 midway through the 3rd. Florida had been trying to hit some big plays in the first half through the air but everytime were forced to check down but on this drive Quinton Dunbar ran a post route and Brissett was able to sneak the pass over the linebacker who was dropping back after seeing Dunbar flash across the middle of the field wide open but it was to late and Dunbar was able to out run the two Bama defenders and get into the endzone for a 67 yard touchdown 21-16. Unfortunately 30 seconds later Blake Sims was dancing in the endzone after he took the hand off 66 yards for the touchdown 28-16 heading to the 4th.​
    In the 4th the Gator passing attack was able to again beat the Alabama defense as on a play action pass Quinton Dunbar got behind his defender and Brissett let it fly and Dunbar made the catch and was tackled into the endzone to cut the Bama lead to 28-23 with 6:08 left. The Gator defense cranked it up in the 4th and shut down the Alabama offense on there next drive forcing them to punt and give there offense plenty of time to go win the game. The offense started off with a 2 yard run which was then followed by a sack and then on 3rd down Florida ran a HB screen but Brissett over threw Mack Brown who most likely would have scored but who knows and the Gators had to punt with just a little over 3:00 left in the game. Alabama only needed to run the clock and force Florida to use there timeouts which they did but there first run play got them another first down. After that the Bama offense got a 3 yard gain (timeout Florida) Alabama threw on there next play and got a first. It was starting to look grim but on first down 1 yard run (timeout Florida..1 remaining), 2nd down incomplete pass so on 3rd and 9 Bama dropped back hit the wide out on the curl route for the first but as he caught it CB Louchiez Purifoy hit the Bama receiver and forced him to drop the pass with a little over 1:00 left the Gator offense would have 1 last chance to pull off the upset. The punt return only gained 5 yards but it but the Gators at there own 35 yard line with 1 timeout and the offense went to work and marched it down inside the Alabama 15 but there was only :13 seconds left in the game and then the miracle play happened...."Brissett lines up in the shotgun 4 wide receiver set 2 on the left 2 on the right Mack in the backfield, ball snapped 3 man rush Brissett with a ton of time can't find anyone open the pocket starts to collapse on him he steps up SHRUGS off a defender rolls to his left sets and throws as he is hit....CAUGHT CAUGHT TOUCHDOWN GATORS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! with just 5 ticks left OH MY!!! what a play by Brissett as he found AJ Mobley for a 13 yard pass 29-28 Gators". Florida failed to convert the 2 point conversion and with just 5 seconds left squib the kickoff but the up man caught it and as he dove to the ground fumbled but it was scooped up by another Alabama player but he was quickly taken to the ground with 0:00 on the clock and the Florida Gators pulled off the 29-28 upset of #1 Alabama. Next up for Florida is a visit from Ole Miss and hopefully the Gators aren't still celebrating when they come to town. Good Game again Screwthebcs
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    QB: Jacoby Brissett 15-27 311 Yards 3 TD 1 INT​
    RB: Mack Brown 21 Att 116 yards​
    WR: Quinton Dunbar 4 Rec 154 yards 2 TD​
    DEF: Antonio Morrison 6 Tackles​
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    QB: Michael Green 19-29 213 yards 1 Rush TD​
    RB: Blake Sims 16 Att 158 yards 3 TD​
    WR: DeAndrew White 4 Rec 69 yards​
    DEF: Trey Depriest 8 Tackles 1 INT​
     
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    Stanford was looking to get a solid win for the season while other ranked teams were looking to move up in the ranking with a Notre Dame lose. Stanford's defense started the game off right with a three and out and the offense was rolling. That was until Eric Schultz threw an interception that was picked off at the Notre Dame eight yard line. The Cardinal would still be the team that got on the board first with a six play 68 yard drive that took 1:48 off the clock and ended with a one yard touchdown run by Barry Sanders Jr. Two plays later Notre Dame halfback Carlisle would take his second carry of the day 77 yard untouched to tie the game. The next offensive play for the Cardinal would see no defender cover Will Ellis on the Stick play and he would catch and run for an 83 yard touchdown. ​
    The Fighting Irish first drive in the second would end with free safety Ed Reynolds picking off the Hendrix pass at the 32 yard line. The offense would go three and out. The Irish would cut into the lead with a 41 yard field goal by Brindza. The Cardinal would drive deep into opponents territory once again and once again Schultz would throw an interception that was picked at the ND nine yard line. Hendrix would be tackled two yards into the endzone and the refs and announcers would announce safety but the ball was placed at the one. The next play was a speed option out of shotgun. Hendrix would break a tackle but then run out the back of the end zone. Sanders Jr. would get his second score of the day on a one yard run before the half. ​
    Sanders would continue his great game with a 23 yard scoring run in the third to make the game 30-10. The first play from Notre Dame would be Hendrix throwing an interception to Barry Browning at the ND 30 yard line. This would lead to a 20 yard play action touchdown reception by Kodi Whitfield. Notre Dame would get back into the game with a 55 yard streak from Hendrix to Neal. ​
    The second play of the fourth would see Phillips making a 38 yard field goal for Stanford. Notre Dame would face a fourth and 32 from their own 47 yard line and cornerback Wayne Lyons would intercept the ball off the Jordan Richards tip. Ellis would score once again on an 11 yard catch. Neal would then catch his second streak TD of the game this time from 37 yards out on a six play 75 yard drive that took 35 seconds. Montgomery would add a play action TD as Stanford wins big 54-24. Carlisle should of got more touches as he was close to 100 yards on the six carries he had. Brian Kelley did not have his best gameplan today.​
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    E. Schultz: 22/35 386-Yds 4-TD 2-INT​
    B. Sanders Jr.: 21-Att 107-Yds 3-TD​
    W. Ellis: 6-Rec 130-Yds 2-TD​
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    A. Hendrix: 17/32 300-Yds 2-TD 3-INT​
    A. Carlisle: 6-Att 96-Yds 1-TD​
    D. Neal: 3-Rec 108-Yds 2-TD​
     
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    Cal gets raped hard. No lube was used.
     
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    Northwestern Buries Gophers 38-10

    NW continued through its parade of B1G bottom dwellers, this time beating up on Minnesota. This game went similarly to my first try, rather than up 21-3 at the half when it froze, this one was 24-7.

    The NW O took the ball first, and ground out a 75 yard drive mixing some nice running and passing along the way. The past several games have started this way, as the offense always seems to start really strong on the first drive. It ended with a 2 yard dive by Treyvon Green to go up 7-0. The D held Minnesota to a 3 and out, then the O drove to about the 35 before stalling out and attempting a 53 yard field goal, that fell well short. The rest of the 1st quarter and start of the 2nd were pretty slow, but NW was able to get a 32 yard field goal through to go up 10-0 with 5 minutes left in the half. The gophers finally put a good drive together to answer, as they seemed unstoppable and converted several 3rd downs on their way to a 7 yard TD pass from Shortell to WR Harbison. It didn't take long for Siemian and the NW offense to answer, as 20 seconds later found Prater 20 yards downfield after he slid past press coverage and then ambled 59 yards for the TD. Then, on the Gopher's first play following that, CB Jarrell Williams jumped a hitch route and returned it 14 yards for the TD to close out the half with NW up 24-7.

    NW took the ball to start the 2nd half, and took just a minute to score when Siemian found HB Green on a wheel route. Green made a solid catch just beyond the defender's reach to go in for the 44 yard TD to go up 31-7. At that point, we went into keep away mode to run out the clock and get some backups experience. It was a good game for a little while, but NW was able to pull away late in the 2nd quarter and the game was never really in doubt.

    Player of the Game
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    281 yards
    3 TD's
    0 Int
     
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    don 't hate me....ADVAAAAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNNNCCCCCCCCCEEEEEEEEEE! :)
     
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