2014 Season, Week 2

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by BALLisL1FE 21, Jul 14, 2013.

  1. BALLisL1FE 21

    BALLisL1FE 21 Walk On

    Joined:
    Jul 8, 2012
    Messages:
    76
    I know there's only a few users games but here's the thread anyways.
     
    • Like Like x 1
  2. BALLisL1FE 21

    BALLisL1FE 21 Walk On

    Joined:
    Jul 8, 2012
    Messages:
    76
    [​IMG]
    HOGS UPSET AT HOME
    Only a week removed from Arkansas upsetting the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens, the Hogs got upset by Louisiana Lafayette 51-38. On a cold rainy day in Fayetteville, the Razorbacks had no answer for the Rajun Cajun attack. ULL had over 500 yards of total offense, rushing for over 200 and throwing for over 300. The Razorbacks also had no trouble moving the ball. Brandon Allen was efficient once again throwing the ball for over 300 yards while completing 65% of his passes. He also rushed for 40 yards on 7 attempts, but what cost Arkansas the game was 3 fumbles, all by Brandon Allen. Two of them coming in the 4th quarter. Coach Chandler Hamilton after the game was quoted saying, "We have to hold on to the ball. Even though the rain presents problems to holding on to the ball, our opponent was in the same boat. They held on to it and we didn't." The Razorback faithful are devastated once again for the second year in a row. Last year the Hogs fell to ULM in overtime. Now the Sun Belt conference owns two wins over the Hogs in 2 years. The Hogs are now 1-1 heading into week 3. Next week Arkansas will take on Southern Miss at home.
    STATS
    Brandon Allen: 23/35, 329 yds, 1 TD, 1 Int, 40 yds rushing, 7 ATT, 3 fumbles
    Jonathan Williams: 79 yds, 20 ATT, 10 CTH, 80 yards, 1 TD
    Austin Tate: 5 CTH, 116 yds
    T. Broadway: 23/31, 308 yds, 2 TD, 1 Int, 28 yds rushing, 9 ATT
    A. Harris: 142 yds, 28 ATT, 1 TD
    R. Johnson: 103 yds, 8 CTH, 1 TD
     
    Last edited: Jul 14, 2013
    • Like Like x 1
  3. Ghost

    Ghost Before the rollieee!

    Joined:
    Aug 8, 2011
    Messages:
    4,521
    [​IMG]
    Kentucky Bounces back from a loss to Louisville and secures a impressive win over Miami University
    After a tough loss to Louisville last week. Coach Hakeem had a meeting with the staff and told them about our whole new way of going about things. It's time to establish the run, then pass. We have 3 Legit RB's who could start for a lot of teams in the country, so why not use them. That we did. Jalen Whitlow had a impressive game as you can see below and Sanders and George just teared shit up. If it was not for a holding call taking back Sanders 50 yard run, We would have had 2 RB's rush for 100 yards. Hopefully we can carry this momentum into next week when we play #13 OU.
    Stats
    Passing
    Jalen Whitlow: 10/13 142yards 1 TD
    Rushing
    Raymond Sanders: 17att 76yards 2 TD
    Jonathan George: 9att 112yards 0 TD
    Jalen Whitlow: 12att 78yards 1TD

    Some Highlights from the Game


     
    • Like Like x 1
  4. The Parrothead

    The Parrothead Walk On

    Joined:
    Jun 23, 2009
    Messages:
    2,902
    South Carolina 45, Georgia 21
    Fresh off an upset loss at home to Arkansas, Georgia looked to regroup against the Gamecocks and avoid starting the season 0-2. South Carolina was coming off a road win in Boulder against Colorado, and looking to keep things in the win column. The first half showed that South Carolina was going to do just that, and put the Bulldogs in a big hole in the conference standings.

    The first quarter saw the Gamecocks receive and march the ball down the field. A nice goal line stand by the Bulldogs forced the Gamecocks to settle for a 19 yard FG. After the kickoff, the Bulldogs first play from scrimmage saw Clowney deliver a big hit and force a fumble which was recovered by the Gamecocks. A couple of plays later, Connor Shaw found WR Shaq Roland for a 4 yard TD strike to go up 10-0 with 4:21 left in the quarter. The teams would trade a couple of punts before the quarter would come to an end.

    The second quarter opened with Carolina having the ball on another drive. With 7:06 left in the half, HB Shon Carson (who is quietly making himself a candidate for Heisman and user MVP) ran it in from 11 yards out to put the Gamecocks up 17-0. Georgia was again unable to get anything going, and Carolina would use their next drive to increase the lead 24-0 on a nice 16 yard screen pass for a TD to Carson. At the break, the Bulldogs found themselves on the wrong side of the 24-0 scoreboard.

    Forcing another INT in the third quarter, Carson would take advantage for his 3rd TD of the game. Again, it was an 11 yard run. At this point it was 31-0, and South Carolina started to play a bit more conservatively. Georgia took advantage and was finally able to put some points on the board. HB Keith Marshall took it in from 1 yard out to make the score 31-7 with 3:57 left in the quarter. The quarter would end with the same score.

    Just 3 seconds into the 4th quarter, however, the Gamecocks would let Carson punch it in from 2 yards out for his 4th TD of the game. This would be the final drive for Carson, as well as Shaw, who both left the game to make room for the backups. Georgia answered with a nice drive culminating with HB Todd Gurley on the receiving end of a 17 yard pass from Murray. HB Brandon Wilds came into the game and wanted to show what he could do. It looks like Carolina won't miss a beat with him, as he was able to take a handoff 51 yards to the house with 1:46 left in the game. This made the score 45-14. Georgia did add a late TD with 10 seconds left with Gurley getting his second. Final score was South Carolina 45, Georgia 21.

    Players of the game for South Carolina:
    Offense: HB Shon Carson 16 carries for 82 yards 3 TDs, 3 receptions for 38 yards and 1 TD
    Defense: Nobody really stood out over anyone, so I guess Clowney gets the nod for forcing the opening turnover.

    GG Riptides
     

Share This Page