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2014 Season, Week 3

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by Ghost, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. Ghost

    Ghost Before the rollieee!

    Aug 8, 2011
    OU didn't hold back at all. Blake Bell was straight beasting and just killing us. On defense, every time I went for a pass, OU was in the backfield in a matter of minutes resulting in Whitlow having a lot of rushes because he was always running all over the place. Kentucky managed to only pass the 50 yard line, 3 times in the whole game. Ofcourse, Whitlow could not hit anything as he was throwing passes straight to the defense. Glad I have a bye week next to recuperate and get ready for SEC play.

  2. Will Atkinson

    Will Atkinson Walk On

    Jan 22, 2012
    Seminoles Bounce Back
    28-14 'Noles​
    After being stunned at home in double OT on Labor day by Pittsburgh, the Seminoles had a week to mull-over their incompetence and try improve upon a disastrous start to the season. Going on the road to play a very talented SEC program made this no easy task. However, the Seminoles came out and played very sound football early and was able to capture an early 7-0 lead on a 20 yard Christian Green TD reception down the sideline. The 'Noles struck again early in the second quarter when Devonta Freeman broke a run off of 24 yards to make the score 14-0. Arkansas was able to cut the lead to 7 after Razorback QB, Brandon Allen hit Julian Horton on a 34 yard TD pass.​
    In the second half, the 'Noles were able to build a three TD lead after a 7 yard rushing TD from QB Jameis Winston and a 43 yard TD pass to Kenny Shaw on a slant route. Much of the fourth quarter consisted on failed drives by both teams. Arkansas was in the FSU redzone twice in the 4th quarter and game up with zero points on each trip, before finally punching-in a TD with 2:01 left on a 5 yard pass to the TE, Austin Tate. After being unable to recover the onside kick, FSU was able to run the clock out. ​
    This game was a fairly well played game from both users. However, two things really prevented this game from being as fun as it could have been. One being our connection, which made kicking/punting nearly impossible and the game-play suffered somewhat. Secondly, the one sided penalties. Arkansas was called for 5 penalties totaling 71 yards, while I was not charged with a penalty the entire game. ​
    Offensive Player of the Game: Devonta Freeman 25 carries for 125 yard 1 TD​
    Co-Defensive Players of the Game: Christian Jones 4 tackles 1 Sack 1 Forced Fumble​
    Lamarcus Joyner 6 tackles 1 INT​
    Next week, the 'Noles stay on the road to face mighty Teddy Bridgewater and the Louisville Cardinals. ​
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  3. tar heel

    tar heel Walk On

    Jun 17, 2012
    After being thrashed by Nebrska last week Georgia Tech welcomed the duke blue devils to Bobby Dodd Stadium.

    The first half was back and forth as the Jackets could not stop QB Boone. He led the Devils attack to almost 250 yards and 3 tds. The Jackets offense struggled, but was aided by CB White 97 yard kickoff return to score 17 points of there own. Haftime 21-17 duke. The second half for the jackets started with a hugh momentum swing as White took his second kickoff back for a td. This one was from 98 yards. The Jackets would score again with 15 seconds to go in the third on a td pass of 7 yards to Autry. The Jackets defense dominated the third giving up 1 first down and 30 yards off offense. 31-21 end third. The jackets continued to dominate on defense using a pick and 5 sacks to limit the devils to under 50 yards of offense for the first 14 minutes of the second half. With 58 seconds left the devils scored on a fourth and goal td pass of 7 yards. After recovering the onside kick the jackets used 2 facemask penalties to get in range for a 28 yard field goal. The devils had one more chance but never made it past there 30 turning the ball over on downs. Coach Tarheel got his first win as coach of the yellow jackets beating Duke in a hard fought game 34-28. The jackets now turn there attention to the UNC tar heels as they visit Bobby Dodd stadium next week.

    QB V. Lee 13 of 20 140 yards 1 td 1pick
    HB Godhigh 24 carries 103 yards
    FB Sims 7 carries 17 yards 1 td(knocked out of second straight game)
    WR Henry 5 catches 57 yards
    WR Autry 2 catches 24 yards 1 td
    OLB Attaochu 8 tackles 2 sacks
    FS Thomas 7 tackles 1 pick
    FR. DT Kallon 3 tackles 2 sacks


    Boone 22 of 29 201 yards 2 tds 1 pick 1 rushing td
    Duncan 11 for 61 yards 1 td
  4. publik drunk

    publik drunk King of the East

    Jun 21, 2013
    Rebels survive against Vols
    Ole Miss survived a scare today in a 38-35 win over Tennessee, to notch their first conference win of the year. Ole Miss started the game off showing their inexperience once again, with Laquoun Treadwell taking the opening kickoff deep out of the endzone and before being stopped at the 18 yard line, and after a clip the Rebels first possession of the game started on their own nine. Tennessee came out aggressive on defense and forced a 3 and out. Tennessee after a decent return on the punt, got their first start at the Ole Miss 44. On 3rd and long, after a sack by Robert Nkemdiche, Nkemdiche pressure Qb Justin Worley forcing an errant throw that ended up in the hands of Scott Golson, who in return went 65 yards for a pick 6. The next defensive possession the Rebels forced the Vols to a 3 and out, but couldn't sustain a drive as Wallace's throws were everywhere. Tennessee responded with a 15 play 86 yard drive, capped off by a 2 yard keeper by Worley for a 7-7 score at the end of the first.
    Ole Miss (who never trailed in the game) responded with a quick 5 play 75 yard drive capped off by a 16 yard TD reception by Christian Morgan for a 14-7 lead. On the next possession after a big run by Neal, Justin Worley found the endzone with his feet once again, this time with a 40 yard option keeper, to knot things up at 14. Laquoun Treadwell returned the next kickoff into Tennessee territory and momentum really seemed to be in Ole Miss's favor. Showing his aggressive coaching style coach Stone went for the throat on 1st down off of play action, and the Rebels had a man running by himself before Wallace overthrew him by 15 yards right to the Tennessee safety. Ole Miss forced the Vols to another punt before Bo Wallace found his wr James Logan for a 10 yard td pass to take a 21-14 lead into half.
    Tennessee wasted no time finding the endzone on the first drive on the 2nd half on a 53 yard strike to Pig Howard. From this point on the Ole Miss offense was took control of the game with drives of 11 plays and 8 plays that led to touchdowns. The game seemed to be well in hand in the 4th quarter with Ole Miss up 38-28 with the ball, before Wallace threw a costly interception on 3rd down inside Tennessee territory. The Vols found the endzone on a 4 yard touchdown pass with 39 seconds left. Coach Stone didn't even have his headset on and look uninterested until, Tennessee recovered a wild onside kick on the ensuing kick off. Stone quickly called one of his 3 time outs and fire into his team, especially his defense, demanding a stop. Tennessee was moving the ball into Ole Miss territory before Robert Nkemdiche once again got to Worley for an 8 yard sack on 2nd down that took Tennessee out of field goal range and effectively ended the game as time ran out before the Vols could call another play.
    Next week the Rebels once again play in the comforts of their own stadium, when the Georgia Bulldogs come to Oxford for their toughest challenge yet. Coach Stone after the game awarded game balls to Bo Wallace and Nkemdiche.
    Game Stats:
    Ole Miss
    Bo Wallace 23-32 276 3td (one rushing) 2 int
    Jeff Scott 24 carries 112 yard 1 td
    Robert Nkdemiche- 6 solo tackles 3tfl 2 sack

    Neal 16 carries 104 yards
    Pig Howard 6 rec 108 yards 1 td
    Worley 25-39 247 4td (two rushing) 1 int

    Last edited: Jul 16, 2013
  5. wahoogamer

    wahoogamer Walk On

    Jul 12, 2010
    Tide Rolls, Gets Revenge
    COLLEGE STATION -- A.J. McCarron was perfect (5 tds) and T.J Yeldon rushed for 215 yards as Alabama avenged its last defeat to win 56-42.
    Alabama received the kick off and moved down almost the length of the field on Yeldon’s shoulders before the Sophmore took it in from 30 yards out. Manziel and co. moved the ball fairly well but a 45 yard field goal was missed. Almost immediately after, McCarron hit Amari Cooper for a sixty-yard strike. Manziel responded with a few well-thrown balls to his monster tight end Cameron Clear and Freshman Ricky Seals-Jones. A busted play resulted in Manziel punching it in from one yard out.
    Alabama responded with a three and out and Texas A&M seemed ready to tie things up but a Manziel pitch was intercepted and returned by XZavier Dickson 67 yards. A big Trey Williams kick off return set up a five yard score for Aggie running back Ben Malena. Alabama slowed down again and Manziel hit slot receiver Malcome Kennedy who immediately made two Alabama defenders fall and raced in for the score. Almost a minute later, however, Yeldon would respond with a 45-yard rush down the sideline for a score. With a little over a minute left and Texas A&M threatening Manziel fumbled it into Alabama’s end zone for a touchback. His second fumble of the day. Alabama drove and instead of kicking a makeable 44 yarder with time expiring in the half, decided to push for it and Senior Tight End Brian Vogler scored. Alabama 35-21 at the half.
    Manziel engineered a nine play drive immediately after halftime that culminated in a three yard strike to the mountain of a man, Cameron Clear. McCarron responded with a flawless strike to Kenny Bell. Manziel responded by throwing a pick on a slant pattern to a sneaky Vinnie Sunseri. A facemask penalty on the return set Alabama up for a easy score to make the lead 49-28. The aggies rallied back to score when Manziel found an open Edward Pope sitting in the end zone. After another stop he linked up to cut the lead to seven by finding freshman Ja’Quay Williams. Mccarron answered with a 42-yard bomb to Cooper. With the fast past scoring of the game however, there was still hope, until Manziel forced a jump ball between Mike Evans and Deion Blue, Blue came down with it for the Tide and the Tide ran out the clock.

    Coach Sumlin had a few words after the game: “You can’t expect to beat a team like that with four turnovers, we literally handed them a score on the busted pitch. I like how our guys hung in their but we are going to have to play smarter and tackle a hell of a lot better to beat South Carolina next week. There’s no time to mope around in this conference.”
  6. kcstlmang

    kcstlmang Walk On

    Jun 21, 2013
    Miami earns another win.
    Miami was led to victory by senior quarterback Stephen Morris who went 14-20 354 yds 4td/2int and the consistent second half rushing of Duke Johnson. The game started a back and forth defensive battle with only 2 scores in the first quarter and one coming as time expired. Early in the second quarter Clemson picked off Miami and followed it by a 9 yd rush for a TD to go up 14-7. The next series for Miami was a three and out, luckily picking off Tajh Boyd for 6 the first play after the punt. Miami ended the first half with two scores in the last minute and took a 28-17 lead.

    The second half began like the first half ended with Miami scoring the next two touchdowns, one being a 68 Touchdown pass to Allen Hurns. Clemson started the fourth quarter with a NCAA record (So says the game) interception return for a touchdown from 82 yards out. The fourth quarter was grinded out by the rushing attack of Miami and sophmore running back Duke Johnson.

    POTG: QB. Stephen Morris 14-20 354yds 4td/2int

    Miami 7 21 14 3 45
    Clemson 7 10 3 13 33
    3:39TD Phillip Dorsett WR #4 37 yard TD from Stephen Morris QB #17 (Matt Goudis K #18 kick)
    0:00TD Roderick McDowell HB #25 2 yard TD (Chandler Catanzaro K #39 kick)
    5:37TD Roderick McDowell HB #25 9 yard TD (Chandler Catanzaro K #39 kick)
    4:24TD Tracy Howard CB #3 29 yard TD (Matt Goudis K #18 kick)
    1:56FG Chandler Catanzaro K #39 49 yard FG
    1:01TD Duke Johnson HB #8 5 yard TD (Matt Goudis K #18 kick)
    0:45TD Malcolm Lewis WR #9 43 yard TD from Stephen Morris QB #17 (Matt Goudis K #18 kick)
    6:43TD Allen Hurns WR #1 68 yard TD from Stephen Morris QB #17 (Matt Goudis K #18 kick)
    3:59FG Chandler Catanzaro K #39 39 yard FG
    1:24TD Malcolm Lewis WR #9 48 yard TD from Stephen Morris QB #17 (Matt Goudis K #18 kick)
    6:38TD Robert Smith SS #27 82 yard TD (2-Pt failed)
    4:46FG Matt Goudis K #18 52 yard FG
    3:29TD Charone Peake WR #19 8 yard TD from Tajh Boyd QB #10 (Chandler Catanzaro K #39 kick)

    A great game played by Huskerpower and his Clemson tigers! Good luck the rest of the season buddy.
    Last edited: Jul 16, 2013
  7. Ghost

    Ghost Before the rollieee!

    Aug 8, 2011
    you can go online and check. easports.com/dynasty
  8. kcstlmang

    kcstlmang Walk On

    Jun 21, 2013
    it keeps telling me server error
  9. kcstlmang

    kcstlmang Walk On

    Jun 21, 2013
    probably something blocked on the site here at work

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