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Conference Championship Game Summaries

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  1. Cimmy24

    Cimmy24 Candy Ass Self

    Jul 6, 2009
    Conference Championship Game Summaries


    #4 Maryland Terrapins V #25 Virginia Tech Hokies


    ~A thriller in the ACC Conference Championship Game in Tampa Bay. The #4 Maryland Terps and #25 Virginia Tech Hokies put on a show for the record setting audience. Both teams would fight hard in an all out war for the ACC Crown and the ACC's Automatic BCS Bowl Bid, but only 1 could come out the Champion.

    ~VT would strike first, and would strike quickly within 2 minutes of the start of the game on a Wilson 33 yard run. Maryland would take some time to respond with a FG from 51 yards out by K Ferrera. After a forced fumble, the Terps would get the ball back and capitalize with a 2 yard run by HB Davin Meggett. 10-7 Maryland after the first.

    ~The Terps would find their way back to the paint in the second on a 68 yard pass from Robinson to a wide up Dorsey. VT would get the ball and begin their option attack. Another huge run, this time from 38 yards out by the QB Clayton before the half. 17-14 Maryland at the Half

    ~The 3rd quarter would begin the intense final half of play. VT would hold Maryland and force them to punt. QB Clayton would then find Boyce for a 33 yard pass as Maryland continued to give up the big plays. They would manage one of their own though, a 55 yard pass as Robinson found WR Cannon. The Hokies would quickly respond from 32 yards out as Wilson would burn the Terp defense for another TD. 28-24 VT after the third.

    ~The 4th would be a one sided affair as Maryland took control after crucial turnovers by the Hokies. Davin Megget would pound it in from 2 yards out to begin the scoring affair. One of those crucial turnovers would be an 80 yard pick 6 by Tate to go up two scores for Maryland. After a heart breaking fumble for the Hokies, Meggett would find the endzone again, this time from 15 yards out for the games final score. Maryland is crowned ACC Conference Champion for the 2011 Season. The Terps will await the result of the SEC Conference Championship Game between Florida and LSU to determine if they will receive a National Championship Game Bid or a trip to the Orange Bowl. Go Tigers!

    Maryland 45 Virginia Tech 28

    Scoring Summary
    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    1st 2nd 3rd 4th F
    Terps 10 7 7 21 45
    VT 7 7 14 0 28

    Key Team Stats
    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
    VT Terps
    Tot Off 358 362
    Rush 192 147
    Pass 166 215
    3rd Dwn 0-3 9-13
    TOs 5 0
    FmbLst 2 0
    INTs 3 0
    T.O.P 8:40 16:13

    Key Player Stats (* Denotes POG)
    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7
    Passing Rating Comp Atts Yds TDs INTs
    J. Robinson (Mary) 222.8 11 18 215 2 0
    J. Clayton (VT) 109.1 10 16 121 1 3

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4
    Rushing Atts Yds TDs
    * D. Megget (Mary) 27 135 3
    * D. Wilson (VT) 11 114 2
    J. Clayton (VT) 6 63 1

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4
    Receiving Recs Yds TDs
    K. Dorsey (Mary) 3 102 1
    X. Boyce (VT) 3 66 1
    A. Cannon (Mary) 1 55 1

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Defensive Tkls Sacks INTs FFs TDs
    K. Tate (Mary) 4 0 2 0 1
    D. Hartsfield (Mary) 8 0 1 1 0
    D. McDougal (Mary) 5 0 0 1 0
    T. Edwards (VT) 10 1 0 0 0
    Q. Odom (VT) 7 2 0 0 0
    L. Collins (VT) 4 3 0 0 0
  2. BG

    BG On The Rize!

    Oct 5, 2009

    #19 Texas A@M vs #5 Nebraska

    TAMU and Nebraska played porbably one of the best games of the year. Neither team would submit to the other and both could taste the Big 12 crown. Nebraska got on the board first with this 67 yd int return from OLB M. May. Nebraska 7-0


    The lead was short lived though as TAMU QB R. Tannehill hooked up with J. Fuller for a 46 yd td pass. Game tied at 7-7.
    After a 3 and out from Nebraska, TAMU takes the ball right down the field to get another score to put the Aggies up 14-7.
    Nebraska would respond on their next possesion with a 15 yd td run from Cyrus Gray. Game tied 14-14 at the end of 1st qtr.


    The game would continue to go back and forth with Nebraska holding a 28-27 lead heading into the fourth qtr. TAMU would strike first on a 1 yd qb sneak. The two point conversion was stalled. TAMU took a 33-28 lead with 3:42 remaining in the game. Nebraska needed a good drive to at least get a field goal attempt. The Huskers drove down the field and scored a td on a 14 yd pass from Cody Green to M. Mendoza. Up 34-33, Coach Forever, knowing the quick scoring capability of TAMU, decided to go for two to give Nebraska a 3 point lead. Coach Forever decided to give Cody Green a two way option as they ran the option. No one took Green as he walked in the endzone untouched. Nebraska was back on top 36-33 with 1:47 remaining.

    TAMU came out in the passing set. R. Tannehill complete a couple of passes before this happened:


    SOPH CB, Lazarri Middleton intercepts a pass from R. Tannehill late in the game to seal the victory for The Cornhuskers.

    The win gave Nebraska their second Big 12 Championship in as many years. Due to their 3 point loss to Maryland, The Huskers missed out on the opportunity to play for a National Title. However, they did get invited to the Fiesta Bowl to play against the ACC runner-up Florida State Seminoles(AAthletics)

    Final Score:

    TAMU: 33

    Nebraska: 43

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