Game Summaries - 2016

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  1. bravejaf

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    Week 2 vs Tulane

    Tulane is not a good football team, but they played FCS level in this game. Dwayne Thomas had a couple pick six touchdowns and the defense picked off four passes. Return man Buck Davis scored on a kick return TD and a punt return TD. This is the first time Davis was used at returner since joining MSU but this appears to be a smart move by the coaches. On offense Heisman candidate J.J. Pruitt threw 3 touchdown passes but did not use his legs much in this game. He also didn't see the field a lot with the defense and special teams touchdowns. The starters were pulled at halftime but it did not help Tulane. True freshman HB Jonathan Davis and redshirt sophomore Nick Morton were able to eat up yards on the ground, and the score would have been greater if the coaches didn't pull up inside the redzone.

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    * Both interception touchdowns by Dwayne Thomas
    * Both return touchdowns by Buck Davis
    * 81-yard TD pass by J.J. Pruitt to Reggie Anderson

    Mississippi State 68
    Tulane 3
     
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  2. Hellisan

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    VIRGINIA HAMMERS KANSAS 66-10 TO START SEASON

    Short game reports from me this year, if any. I am tracking defensive stats and basically typing most of them. Going to be separating user games vs. CPU to see how people perform in the different circumstances. However that takes time.. Not that I was consistent at this anyway.

    Last season we lost FS Gary McKeon in the first game of the season, on a play in which he intercepted a pass and was tackled awkwardly. He missed the rest of the year, and is easily our most impactful player in the secondary. So in addition to having new/young corners, we were missing our standout centerfielder type.

    McKeon made up for lost time in this one by matching bravejaf 's Dwayne Thomas with two interceptions, both returned for touchdowns. Funny, neither won the DPOW award, which is fucking ridiculous. One was a beautiful one-handed grab when he was playing man D on a blitz, and another was just a cover 2 where he made a ridiculous break on the ball and floated for the interception, and outclassed KU with his speed.

    Kenny Bailey got over 180 yards and 2 TD's as we probably should have taken out the starters sometime in the 4th quarter. We eventually did and Bailey still scored his second TD after the backup sustained his second injury of the game, with the 3rd stringer already sitting the rest of the game out. however, with this game taking me 2 hours due to wife nagging / baby issues, I just wasn't in the mood to sit there subbing guys in and out.

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  3. MaxATX34

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    Chestnut Hill, MA -- There would be no easy warm-up games to start the year for TAMU or BC. The Eagles had the arduous task of hosting a hungry Texas A&M squad who was anxious to get back on the field after their disappointing finish last year. Boston College fought hard, but the talent differential would prove to be too much to overcome. A&M was able to jump out to a 28-0 lead and basically sit on it until the 2nd half. When BC adjusted and started scoring, the Ags had an answer every time.

    TAMU's much-maligned defense didnt do anything to help their identity in this one. They absolutely shut BC's running game down, but Sophomore QB Darius Lucas racked up big yardage. However, once TAMU forced BC to become one-dimensional, the Aggies were able to sit back and wait on the pass. The Aggie secondary continued their trend of giving up yards through the air and forcing key turnovers. Lucas threw for 3 TDs, but he also gave away 4 picks.

    Brad Harper. Brad Harper. He is the man. If he cant do it, nobody can. Seriously, this guy might be my favorite MLB ever. He had 2 huge picks, both in the redzone. On one of them he baited the QB into throwing into the endzone and jumped backward, snatching the ball away from a BC WR at the last instant before falling backward like a fade-away jumper. His second pick came on a perfect read of the QB's eyes. OLB Donnie Watkins had crossed in front of Harper on a buzz zone, but the All-American MLB saw the WR's action and anticipated where the ball was going to be. Harper slid over to cover the area vacated by Watkins and nabbed another perfectly-timed INT. Both of those picks were clutch as they happened right when BC was about to score.

    Offensively, the Aggies picked up right where they left off. Sean Henry was extremely efficient completing 14/16 passes, 3 of them for TDs. No picks. RB Trey Williams looked a lot like two-time Heisman winner Brandon Williams when he broke off an 82-yd TD run. Deep threat Jaron Brown had only 1REC but it was a 61yd TD off PA. (RS)Sophomore QB Erik Lee looked great when he saw the field. Lee really helped the TAMU running game and added another wrinkle to an already difficult-to-defend offense. The scrambler racked up 63yd on just 5 attempts, and was able to parlay his rushing success into a passing TD (2/2 58yd). That is 7 touches (excluding handoffs) for 121yd and a TD.

    Coach Max and TAMU will continue to try and shore-up the defense, but if they continue to force turnovers like this and the offense stays efficient... look out. The Ags might not have a true SEC-type defense, but they are at least confident heading forward after beating a dangerous BC team on the road.
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    We simply do not have the athletes to compete with the big boys. It was a good effort. Lucas is improving but he's not quite there. Our RB situation is a mess. After anointing RB Ray Cohen the starter, he proceeds to drop 2-3 passes for easy gains and couldn't get nothing done on the ground.
     
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    That is why I brought up the talent gap. A lot of your "mistakes" werent really mistakes on your part... just bad things happening because of lower-rated players IMO.
     
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    Week 3 vs Auburn

    Maybe Tulane isn't that bad and Mississippi State is a really, really good team. The Bulldogs matched up with Auburn, and both teams were even on paper. Football games are not played on paper and the actual game was a blow out victory for MSU. Offense, defense and special teams all contributed to the Bulldogs' victory. Return specialist/Devin Hester impersonator Buck Davis brought back two more punt return touchdowns in this game. He has four touchdowns in two games. When Davis wasn't returning punts for touchdowns, J.J. Pruitt was throwing passing touchdowns. Last season Pruitt did more with his legs than his arm, but this year he has only 8 carries total in the first 2 games. Pruitt has gotten much better as a passer and it showed with 4 more touchdown passes this week. WR #3 Reggie Anderson was the recipient on 3 of those scores. For the game the Bulldogs' offense utilized a balanced approach with 277 passing yards and 209 rushing yards. The defense also made some big plays in this game. Senior cornerback Dwayne Thomas picked off 2 passes, giving him 4 on the season. CB Kennard Horne and OLB John King also picked off passes.

    MSU 62
    Auburn 7
     
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    Mizz 31 - Tenn 25

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    Hoos Trip Up Gamecocks But Lose Bailey for Season

    Coming in as big underdogs, the Virginia Cavaliers knew they could conceivably play their ideal game, and still lose. If they won the turnover battle, moved the ball relatively well on the ground, and kept SC from getting huge gains through the air, that still might not be enough to get a win.

    Instead, they did all three of those things and were able to hang on for a tight 27-14 victory in Columbia. The defense was able to keep South Carolina off balance and shut them out in the first half.

    The first quarter ended up being a bit of a punt fest, but an interception by OLB Robert Rogers resulted in an opportunity to get some points. Virginia stalled out at the half-yard line thanks to good defense by SC, and took the field goal.

    Virginia got the ball back again and this time punched it in, on a 1-yard run by Kenny Bailey. Before leaving the game with a torn pec muscle late in the game, Bailey powered his way for 100 yards on 27 carries, with 2 TD.

    The Gamecocks were threatening to score before the end of the half, but CB Chris Roberts made a huge interception and allowed UVA to kneel out the first half with 9 seconds left.

    Carolina received the ball first in the second half and immediately went right down for a score, making it 10-7 and on a 10-yard pass to Roland and serving notice that their offense wasn't going to be hindered all day. UVA answered with their most explosive drive of the day, with a big pass to John Perry and another big catch by TE Sean Davis setting up Bailey for his second TD on a drive that took under a minute.

    It was here that in my opinion the play of the game was made, as a routine completion by SC resulted in the receiver being stripped and an immediate recovery by the Cavaliers. The Cavaliers turned that into a field goal and led 20-7.

    South Carolina embarked upon their second touchdown drive of the day immediately thereafter, although the Cavaliers were happy that it took a little bit of time for the Gamecocks to move down the field and get a 3-yard TD pass.

    SC made the decision to kick the ball away rather than attempt an onside kick, with 1:50 remaining and all three timeouts still in their possession. On the first play from scrimmage, Bailey broke a first down run up the middle which severely hurt SC's chances. Bailey was then hurt on the next play, but Luis Leierer broke off a 52-yard TD run up the middle on the next play, effectively ending the game.

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    Week 5 at Georgia Tech smlVICTORIES53

    This was wild game with neither defense making many stops. The first drive of the game ended with a pick by Mississippi State QB J.J. Pruitt. The defense couldn't make a stop on the short field and the end result was a Yellow Jackets' TD run by HB John Little. The Bulldogs' defense struggled defending the option attack throughout this game. Mississippi State was able to answer back on the ensuing drive. Pruitt found freshman WR Michael Joseph on a post route for the 24-yard TD pass. Georgia Tech moved down the field but had to settle for a field goal, and the Yellow Jackets led 10-7 at the end of the first quarter.

    Georgia Tech added to its lead in the second quarter after another pick from Pruitt, which once again gave GT good field position. The rushing attack punched in a short TD run. Pruitt was resilliant and he atoned for his error on the next drive. This time he used his legs to get in the endzone. The junior QB broke a read-option for a long TD. The score would remain 17-14 going into halftime and scoring was limited in the third quarter. GT was held to a couple punts but Mississippi State put some points on the board. Pruitt threw his second passing touchdown of the game. The recipient on this pass was WR #1 Tood Martin.

    The Bulldogs led 21-17 going into the fourth quarter and quickly added to that lead. Pruitt tossed up jump ball and WR #2 Randall somehow caught the pass. MSU's 11 point lead held for exactly 13 second as GT broke a long rush TD on the next drive. Things went from bad to worse for MSU when Pruitt tossed his third interception of the game. GT got the ball inside the 5 yard line but were forced to kick a very short field goal. This tied up the game. After a Mississippi State punt and a long drive the Yellow Jackets gained the lead with just over 1 minute remaining in the game. The Bulldogs refused to quit and managed to string together some pass plays. The end result was a TD pass from Pruitt to WR #4 Matt Harris. This pushed the game into OT and the Bulldogs won the toss. Mississippi State's defense took the field first and only needed one play. Georgia Tech QB Quentin Cook scored his second rushing TD of the game on the opening play of OT. Pruitt once again stepped up and made some big plays with his arm. Pruitt tossed touchdown pass #5 to Reggie Anderson. The Bulldogs elected to go for a two-point conversion and end the game. Pruitt had time to pass and found Martin in the end zone. With the two-point conversion Mississippi State escaped with a 43-42 victory.

    Pruitt may be the Heisman front runner after this game. He now has 13 total touchdowns in the first 3 games, and he is the sole reason that MSU is 3-0. In the Georgia Tech game he did a terrific job of spreading out the football. Seven players caught passes, including touchdown receptions by five different receivers. The rushing attack struggled against GT aside from Pruitt's big play. Taking out that play MSU only had 24 yards rushing on 28 carries.

    Offensive Player of the Game - J.J. Pruitt 22-28 356 yards 5 TD/3 INT; 15 carries 66 yards 1 TD

    Defensive Player of the Game - Carlos McCormick 4 tackles 1 interception

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    Pruitt is off to an amazing start, probably needs to cut down on the INT's some, but definitely will be a Heisman contenda, with his combination passing/rushing prowess.
     
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    Patrick Williams Passes UVA to a 31-20 Win Against Hated GaTech

    After falling down 10-0, Virginia came back to score 31 of the next 41 points that were scored in the game , pulling away with a Touchdown and field goal in the 4th QTR.

    Georgia Tech looked nearly unstoppable on their first two drives as they pulled the hot knife through butter routine on our defense. It wasn't until they had scored one TD and were well on their way to another before we stopped them on 4th and inches. We expected them to go for it as they were having no problem running the ball, but they went ahead and took the points. After a punt and fumble on our first two drives, Patrick Williams got it cranked up against the suspect Yellowjackets defense. He extended the drive with a couple of big third down conversions and then found John Huggins for a 3-yard touchdown pass.

    Once again we forced a 4th and short and again Georgia Tech went with the field goal, which made more sense this time at least to me. Virginia was able to respond with a 21-yard touchdown pass from Williams to a wide open TE Sean Davisto take the lead, 14-13. The defense played big before the end of the half and got a key stop that allowed us to come out and score on a 10-yard pass from Williams to John Perry midway through the third quarter, taking a 21-10 lead. Ga Tech still had some life as they got a nice mismatch and WR Chris Riggs torched man coverage for an 82-yard TD reception, bringing them to within a point, 21-20.

    The Cavaliers got keyed in on the Yellowjackets offense in the fourth quarter as the squad finally started making inroads on containing the edge plays. Meanwhile, Williams just continued to find open receivers, throwing his 4th TD of the game in the fourth quarter. In all, Williams went 25-31 for 320 yards, 4 TD and 0 INT against a normally vicious GT defense that is having a tough season.l

    After last week's shootout between GT and MSU, and losing our best offensive player (HB Kenny Bailey) for the season, we knew Williams would have to come up big, and he did.

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  12. NYJuggalo45

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    #13 NC State Wolfpack - 27
    #24 Boston College Eagles - 17


    After the first play from scrimmage, both Coach Juggs and Coach Mogriffjr knew this was going to be a wacky game, and it lived up to the hype.

    After getting to midway thru the 2nd in attempt #1, on a beautiful sunny day, the game dropped. Attempt #2 saw pouring rain in North Carolina as these 2 ACC Atlantic teams met. NC State got the ball first, and in an effort to throw a curveball after the first game, on the 1st play from scrimmage, Coach Juggs called a PA vertical play. QB Jackson faked the handoff and then got destroyed by a BC LB coming up the middle. He prob should have been knocked out of the game on the hit, but instead, bounced off of it, and threw a bullet up the sideline to WR Brown who got behind the BC secondary. Jackson should have put some air under it, but was prob too shocked he didn't just die. Brown, rather than catching the pass, did a faceplant, and the ball fell incomplete. Coach Juggs immediately ripped that play out of the playbook and said let's do what we do best...

    And what NC State does best is feed HB Cole Grant. The Heisman front runner got the ball early and often from that point on, racking up 31 carries for 249 yards and 2 TD. NC State tried to pass a little more often, but it seemed like every pass play saw their O-line get beat and Jackson was either sacked, hit after he threw, or in danger of losing his life. The passing game finished 5/9 for 64 yards, and 4 sacks. Not good when you drop back 13 times, 4 are sacks, 4 are incompletions...but the combo of Grant and the NC State defense was enough to still win.

    Coach Mogriff has always been known as one of the more prolific passers in T1, but today, he wasn't on his game. QB Lucas was picked 6 times, and there were atleast 3-4 other passes which should have been picked, and almost resulted in a 2nd controller being needed by NC State's coach. The turnovers ultimately doomed the Eagles, as giving the Wolfpack that many possessions allowed Grant to keep getting the ball, controlling time of possession and eventually wearing down the Eagles defense as the game wore on.

    BC was up 17-10 at half, but NC State scored the only TD in the 3rd to tie it up. The play of the game occured on the 1st play of the 4th qtr, as Grant took a simple HB iso run straight up the middle and ran 80 yards to the house to give the Pack a lead they would not let go off.

    Great game Mo. I've always hated playing against you because you're passing is something I have never been able to stop, especially on 3rd downs, which it seems like you always convert on me regardless of the distance. Getting a W against you was huge. Still have 4 inconference user games, which means I have no shot at playing for the conference title, but knocking you off was a nice little notch in the belt for the season.

    KEY STATS
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    HB C. Grant - 31 att - 249 yds - 2 td
    SS T. King - 4 tack - 2 int
    FS D. Fagan - 2 tack - 1 int

    BOSTON COLLEGE
    QB D. Lucas - 15/28 - 255 yds - 2 td / 6 int
    WR J. Hill - 3 rec - 66 yds - 1 td
    DE V. Williams - 4 tack - 2 sacks

    NC State is at home vs. Florida State next week, in a game with major implications for the program. Due to horrible scheduling, NC State is on the road from weeks 7-10, and week 11, the powerful Georgia Tech Yellowjacks are in town. So Coach Juggs has decided to schedule visits for 14 of the recruits they are going after this week. Hopefully, the Wolfpack do not shit the bed and can beat the Seminoles in impressive fashion.

    HB Cole Grant remains #1 on the Heisman contender list. He is on pace to shatter NC State's rushing records, and thru 4 games, his stats on the season are:
    116 attempts - 765 yds - 10 td - 6.6 ypc
    8 rec - 119 yds
     
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    Lucas came into the game leading the nation in passing, surprising to see him get shut down like that, great performance by the NC State defense.
     
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    I am not sure what is more suprising, Juggs kicking the shit out of MO or the fact that he is back in our league. Whats next, BlyGilmore takes a team and says we should change sliders
     
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    Heisman trophy may be a two-horse race at this point in the season, with Grant and Pruitt. I think Lucas was 1 or 2 at the start of the week but I expect this to change, especially if we keep Pruitt's stats.

    Oh and MSU may be one of the worst football historical teams of all time. Pruitt has started less than 2 full seasons, but already owns the school record for passing touchdowns with like 40. I think he also broke the season rushing TD record with like 13 last year.
     
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    Sorry, I only speak to people who have won one of these in their T1 career

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    LOL I kept wondering where you were getting that Juggs.

    However nothing can detract from the Buffalo Billsness of JMS's T1 career.
     
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    I lost another last year to Max....fuck :(:(:(
     
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    Week 6 vs TCU

    The Bulldogs offense is firing on all cylinders and this was one of the best performances given by the offensive side. The offense finished with 593 yards with the bulk of the yards coming from J.J. Pruitt. The Heisman candidate passed for 395 yards and threw 5 touchdowns. He didn't have a big day on the ground, with the bulk of the rushes going to HB Keith Dunlap. Dunlap eclipsed 100 rushing yards and scored a short TD. Matt Harris and Kyle Randall had big days in the passing game. Harris finished with 5 catches for 184 yards and 3 touchdowns. He now has 9 catches on the year and 6 have gone for touchdowns. Randall was second in yards with 95 yards. On the defensive side this was not Mississippi State's best performance, but the Bulldogs did manage to prevent TCU from converting on opportunities. TCU QB Tyler Matthews passes for 342 yards but completed just over 50% of his pass attempts (28-51). He was also picked off twice and he fumble one time. Safety Todd Smith continues to perform well in his new position. He only made 4 solo tackles but he contributed on nearly every play. He also made a couple nice deflections on some deep throws. Cornerbacks Dwayne Thomas and Kennard Horne each finished with one interception, and Thomas now has five this season.

    Mississippi State 52
    TCU 17
     
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    Week 6 vs. Notre Dame

    In an important home game against the Fighting Irish and with several recruits on hand, Virginia got off to an inauspicious start when Patrick Williams threw two interceptions on his first two passes. The first was a good read and pass which was dropped, then picked off the carpet by the defender. After the Cavalier defense gamely got a stop in response, Williams made a bad read / throw (wrong button) and this time it was picked off again and returned for a 7-0 Notre Dame lead.

    No matter, as after the first two passes Williams would go on to complete 22 of his final 26 throws with 5 touchdowns. WR John Huggins caught 10 of those passes for 186 yard and 4 TD, eclipsing career highs in both categories.

    The Virginia defense, meanwhile, had one of their more productive big-play games in recent memory with 7 sacks and 5 forced turnovers, including 4 interceptions. FS Gary McKeon intercepted another pass and returned it for his third TD of the season.

    Notre Dame's QB ran into a few of those sacks as he constantly ran immediately after snapping the ball, but when he did drop back he managed to throw for 231 yards and put 23 points on the board.

    We have some things to work on after this game, namely covering the intermediate areas of the field better, but we created enough big plays that it didn't really matter, at least not this week. Virginia wins, 55-23.
     
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    Lucas won't be in Heisman talk until next year. We start to see better skill players around him...
     
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    Week 6 vs. Auburn

    Auburn played some ugly football this game. They played poor offense and poor defense. Their quarterback couldn't decide if he wanted to run or pass, and usually either waited long enough to be hit, or made a late decision and threw a pick. I was able to move the ball well through the air and on the ground. At the half, I mass subbed offense and defense, and it still did not matter, as the Razorbacks continued to play at a high level by forcing interceptions and still putting points on the score board.

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    Week 6

    Miami upsets Virgina Tech 34-33

    The season for the Cans has not started so good and they needed a win at home against the Hokies. It was not easy but, they got the job done.

    Miami lost their starting QB to injury after he went 7-7 and the back up had a tough time with turn overs. Once he finally got things going the Cans started to move the ball and mounted the come back.


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    1st Downs 20 9
    3rd down conversions 5/10 1/12
    4th down conversions 0/0 0/0
    Total offense 444 319
    Passing yards 280 132
    Completions/Attempts 25/34 9/19
    Yards Per Attempt 8.2 6.9
    Rushing yards 164 187
    Rushing Attempts 30 30
    Yard Per Rush 5.5 6.2
    Penalties-yards 1-10 3-20
    Turnovers 4 1
    Fumbles Lost 1 0
    Interceptions Thrown 3 1
    possession 18:38 13:22
     
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