Bowl Week

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  1. uncleho

    uncleho Walk On

    Jan 20, 2010
    Bowl Week

    FedEx Orange Bowl

    #23 Clemson 31
    #18 USF 17

    QB Kyle Parker threw for 276 yards 3 TD's and 2 bad INT's in the victory. RB Andre Ellington ran for 159 yards and with Clemson holding a 24-17 lead late in the fourth quarter broke a game sealing 64 yard TD for his only score. WR Jaron Brown was big all game putting up 10 receptions for 159 yards and a TD. The Clemson defense played solid giving up 260 yards of total offense to USF, but, holding them to 2/7 on third down.

    Good game Scarecrow.
  2. MorsDraconis

    MorsDraconis Walk On

    Jun 9, 2009

    [​IMG] VS [​IMG]


    17 - 48

    The Northwestern Wildcats win their first bowl game in 64 years!

    Player of the game Evan Watkins had 45 yards rushing and a TD as well as 289 yards passing on 22 of 29 and 3 TDs.

    Northwestern defense was amazing, forcing 2 interceptions, several sacks, and a safety.​
  3. Scarecrow

    Scarecrow Walk On

    Dec 5, 2009
    Well played game uncleho. Your passing attack was very efficient and tough to stop on 3rd down.
  4. abolishthefed

    abolishthefed Specializing in mediocrity

    Mar 27, 2010
    Ball State 14
    Rutgers 44

    The Rutgers seniors wanted to go out with a bang. The defense looked shaky on the first drive, but ended up holding BSU to a FG attempt, which they missed. Rutgers would then go on a 27-0 run to close the half. Rutgers received to start the second half and Mohamed Sanu returned the ball 90 yards for a TD and a 31-0 lead. The Scarlet Knights would add a couple FGs in the 3rd quarter and give the second team players an opportunity to play the 4th quarter. A good beginning to the AbolishtheFed era. Unfortunately, Rutgers loses its all-time leading QB (Savage) and WR (Sanu), plus the top 4 pass catchers and leading tackler.
  5. Twister18

    Twister18 I aint got time to bleed!

    Oct 26, 2009
    Ole Miss: 38 Wisc: 31

    QB Nathan Stanley and RB Earnest Fox may have played their final games as a Rebel but both fell to injuries, Fox on the third play or so of the game. That left Ray Cotton to carry the load at QB and he had a whale of a game, going 23/32 for 357 and 3 tds but 3 ints. WR Pat Patterson had 5 catches for 110 yards and Mel Harris had 3 catches for 71 yards and 2 tds.

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