Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by recchem2000, Feb 18, 2012.
BYU defeats Indiana in Provo 48-34. The Hosiers had their chances and even controlled the game late in the 3rd quarter. However, the Cougar defense stepped up and forced turnovers when they needed to and ran away with it late. Indiana lead the game at halftime 17-13 but were whooped in the 2nd half, getting outscored 35-17. Coach Knight had this to say..."We had them on the ropes but couldnt knock them out. We'll learn from this and hopefully improve after our bye week."
IU QB Teddy Schell 21/42 291 Yards, 3 TD, 2 INT's
BYU QB Jake Heaps 22/31 191 Yards, 1 TD, 2 INT's
IU HB Darius Willis 14 Carries, 67 Yards
BYU HB JJ Di Luigi 13 Carries, 131 Yards, 1 TD
IU TE Ted Bolser 7 Catches, 95 Yards, 1 TD
IU WR Demarlo Belcher 5 Catches, 81 Yards, 1 TD
BYU TE Devin Mahina 9 Catches, 84 Yards, 1 TD
BYU FB Bryan Karla 3 Catches, 22 Yards, 1 TD
IU MLB Jeff Thomas 10 Tackles, 6 Solo, 1 TFL
IU CB Brian Williams 6 Tackles, 3 Solo, 1 INT
BYU SS Jray Galeai 7 Tackles, 5 Solo
BYU CB Corby Eason 5 Tackles, 4 Solo, 1 INT, 1 TD
Holy Heisman beatdowns Batman!
You'll have your turn don't worry.
Baylor Bears Shock #12 Auburn with a 49-30 Victory!
Baylor came out hot early and jumped out to a 7-0 lead after a masterful drive capped off by a QB sneak by RG3 , Auburn slowed them down and at the end of the first it was tied 14-14, which was a victory for the staff as they didnt think they would be able to hang with this squad. Auburn showed its depth in the 2nd quarter scoring 16 points and taking a 27-14 lead at one point but the Bears would score just before the half and it would finish 30-21 at halftime. In the 2nd half the defense made some adjustments and was determined to keep Auburn off the board in order to give their offense a shot, they did just that playing masterfully and getting to the QB multiple times and stuffing multiple forth down attempts by the QB. The Auburn squad would not sniff the endzone at all in the 2nd half. RG3 had a wonderful 3rd quarter and the running game capped off a few drives with some scores. The icing on the cake to extend the lead to 19 was a beautiful Terrance Ganaway run up the guy out of the pistol that would end in a 36 yard TD.
Great win for this program who needs every win they can get this season. We did lose our best WR for 11 weeks , the other guys will have to step up if we want the victory.
See you can win damn it! Bucs thank you for beating the CPU!
Kapono beat LSU with Ok State also..... I assume he'll get a summary up at some point
Boilermakers Notch First Win of Season
Defeat Middle Tennessee State 29-14
The Boilermakers took a 23-0 lead, scoring on their first four drives, before hanging on to win 29-14 in West Lafayette. Junior HB Ralph Bolden led the way for the Boilermakers, rushing for 131 yards on 22 attempts. The defense played strong for most of the day, but had trouble with the no-huddle attack MTSU in the second half. Despite the win, coach Akai said the following, "we can't beat top competition playing like we did in the second half."
QB Robert Marve - 19/40, 170 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT
HB Ralph Bolden - 22 car, 131 yards, TD, long 18
WR Antavian Edison - 7 rec, 50 yards, TD
MLB Dwayne Beckford - 8 tackle, FF
DE Gerald Golden - 4 tackle, sack
K Carson Wiggs - 3/3 FG, long 40
Ok State is the best 4 star team, well maybe MSU...plus that offense is right up Kapono 's alley, gonna be tough to beat for sure!
Stanford too tough for Illini
It was expected that Heisman frontrunner Andrew Luck would start off the season strong against the Illini. Who knew that he would make more waves with his feet than his arm, though? Luck channeled his inner Tim Tebow, scrambling out of the pocket 13 different occasions, garnering his first career 100 yard rushing performance. Stepfan Taylor complemented him very well, with over 100 yards of his own.
The only bright spot for Illinois was Jason Ford - who rushed for 164 yards on 24 carries, including a 49 yard TD run in the second quarter. Scheelhaase looked awful at times, missing wide open receivers. The defense was porous all around and struggled tackling Stanford ball-carriers. In other words, there is going to be a lot of improvements needed before next weeks game against Texas Tech
Summary will be up tomorrow. Didn't have time tonight. Had a fun time with the challenging sliders. Weeden had about 450 yards and Blackmon was out for the game on the 2nd possession
Northwestern came out of Chestnut Hill with a difficult loss to swallow. Down 27-6 in the 3rd, and after 2 pick 6s by the BC D, cb Mabin returned a kickoff for a td, then 2 possessions later wr/pr Ebert had a big punt return, setting up a 2 yard td run. After another hold by the D, NU looked to drive down and tie it up, but Persa threw his 3rd td of the day to the Eagles and then immediately threw his 4th overall int after that. He finished by throwing a td, but a 4/1 ratio will not win games. The defense was relatively good, but had trouble on 3rd downs.
Tough loss. Had to settle for fgs on 2 of my first 3 possessions inside the red zone. That was killer!
It was a game that could have easily been won for State. They got a 40 yard TD from TE McDonald. But Florida's speed was too much, scoring on big plays (61, 51, 39, 51 yards. The offense looked good, it just couldnt convert on third down (3-13). State looks to rebound against Minnesota.
#20 Florida 35 - K State 7
Sparty pulls of the upset in Tuscaloosa! Michigan State-45, Alabama-33
'Bama drew first blood in this game. Trent Richardson found a hole in the Spartan defense and gained huge yardage before being caught and stripped from behind, but a WR was there to scoop up the loose ball and trot the last 25 yards to paydirt. On the ensuing possession MSU seemed to catch the Tide defense off guard calling 7 consecutive pass plays culminating in a 5 yard TD pass to even things up at 7-7. The Crimson Tide would again march downfield and into scoring position. McCarron would scramble toward the endzone but a hard tackle just before the goalline would jar the ball loose and a linebacker would scoop it up and take it all the way into 'bama territory before being drug down. MSU would settle for a FG and a 10-7 advantage. Trent Richardon would answer back with a 67 yard TD to reclaim the lead 14-10 at the end of the first quarter.
After allowing a couple of FGs in the second, the Spartans would eventually punch in their second TD, a 3 yard rush by Edwin Baker which made the game 20-17. Three plays later McCarron would hit Carter for a 76 yard TD strike to make it 27-17. On the next series Kirk Cousins would throw his lone INT on the day giving the Tide the ball and a ten point lead at home with 2 minutes to play in the half. It looked grim for Sparty. The MSU defense would step up though, forcing their first punt of the ballgame with 1:05 left in the half. Cousins would use that final minute wisely, hitting three straight passes to his two TEs, the last a 5 yard score to close the gap to 27-24 at the break.
The third quarter was all MSU as on their first possession they would grind the ball downfield before Cousins would run a flawless option that FB Todd Anderson would finish for six from 14 yards out. After a stop by the defense a second grinding drive would march the ball downfield until Edwin Baker found the endzone for the second time. That score gave Sparty a 38-27 lead heading into the final period.
Trent Richardson would score from 52 yards out to narrow the lead to 38-33 after a failed 2 pt. The teams would trade punts until MSU put one last clock chewing drive together. LaVeon Bell would make it a 45-33 lead with two minutes left which is where this game would finish.
OK State 28
OK State began the year with a very tough matchup with #3 LSU. People expected to see the Justin Blackmon show, but the receiver went down in the 2nd possession with a concussion. Blackmon will be able to play next week. A Brandon Weeden pick led to a short LSU FG and a nice OSU punt forced an LSU safety, making it a 3-2 game. At that point, Weeden began to pick apart the great LSU defense.
OK State led 22-16 and LSU had the ball on the last play of the 3rd quarter. LSU threw a pick which was returned for a TD and Oklahoma St. took a 28-16 lead. LSU managed a TD on their next possession, but the soft OSU defense was able to just barely hold on for the win.
Brandon Weeden played great despite being sacked way to many times. He passed for 437 yards but the running game only managed 66 yards (35 if you count Weeden's -31). It was a very solid win for the Cowboys because they showed they can beat the best even without Blackmon. A very fun game for me. Could have gone either way and the sliders were challenging.
Brandon Weeden (QB)- 19-35 for 437 yards, 2 TD, INT
Joseph Randle (HB)- 12 carries for 57 yards
Tracy Moore (WR)- 5 receptions for 155 yards, TD
Hubert Anyiam (WR)- 5 receptions for 140 yards
Boilermakers Chug Along
Beat Rice Owls 31-10
The Boilermakers were in control from the opening kickoff as they notched their second win of the season. The Boilermakers scored on their first possession, but had trouble converting for the remainder of the half. Rice would tie the game on a long fumble return touchdown, but Purdue would return the favor twice as on consecutive possessions they would too return fumbles for touchdown.
Rice would score on the opening possession of the second half to bring the score to 21-10, but would not score for the remainder of the game. Purdue on the other hand would add 10 more points, the last a touchdown midway through the fourth quarter to put the game away for good.
Said Coach Akai, "we're still ironing our kinks out on offense, but I think we're in a better place than last week."
QB Robert Marve - 23/35, 219 yards, 2 TD, INT
HB Ralph Bolden - 16 car, 120 yards, long 22
WR Antavian Edison - 6 rec, 77 yards
CB Charlton Williams - 6 tackle, FF
MLB Dwayne Beckford - 6 tackle, FF
Oklahoma St. 35
Of course Jayrah and I could not connect, so we decided to supersim it so we could no the result asap. OK State wins by 4 on a TD with 0 time remaining. For some reason they don't kick FG's with 5 seconds left down 3. Sorry Jayrah tough loss. I hat not connecting with you.
Brandon Weeden (QB)- 30-53 for 361 yards, 4 TD, 3 INT
Joseph Randle (HB)- 8 carries for 19 yards
Justin Blackmon (WR)- 13 receptions for 201 yards, TD
Dan Persa (QB)- 22-46 for 237 yards, TD, INT, 13 carries for 56 yards
M. Trumpy (HB)- 34 carries for 161 yards, 2 TD
D. Fields (WR)- 4 receptions for 74 yards
So when I switch back teams I think the game screwed up and deleted the game.
Can't find the results, so I guess I'll go ahead and re-play it. I don't think Jayrah would mind, just weird how the result is just completely gone b/c I simmed it on my roomates name and then retired him and switched teams
NCAA 12 is a mess
You are just now figuring that out
Oklahoma St. 54
Justin Blackmon dominated most of the game, catching 3 TD passes from Brandon Weeden. Weeden also played very well with 5 TD passes and no INT's. For NW, Persa passed for 307 yards and 2 scores but it wasn't enough. It was 40-12 at the end of the 3rd and I supersimmed the 4th quarter so OK St. won 54-26.
Brandon Weeden (QB)- 21-34 for 326 yards, 5 TD, 0 INT, rush TD
Joseph Randle (HB)- 12 carries for 104 yards, TD
Justin Blackmon (WR)- 7 receptions for 131 yards, 3 TD
Caleb Lavey (MLB)- 14 tackles, 2 TFL, INT
Dan Persa (QB)- 23-36 for 307 yards, 2 TD, INT
Mike Trumpy (HB)- 23 carries for 77 yards, TD
Jeremy Ebert (WR)- 7 receptions for 119 yards, 2 TD
I found a video that may help Jayrah with his NAT settings issue. Since he has stated that previously that they were on moderate and cannot change them via a computer due to not having one.
maybe it's helpful. maybe not. worth a shot though.
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