Game Summaries: Week 2, Season 3

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  1. NDCOLTS1979

    NDCOLTS1979 I love you red solo cup

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    Game Summaries: Week 2, Season 3

    Illinois comes out and dominates the ground in a 45-24 victory

    J. Green: 29 carries 191 yds 4 td
    J. Ford: 29 carries 126 yds

    Defense still sucks
     
  2. Lee.Flex

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    Oregon Dominates Boise State and comes away with Blood Bowl Victory!
    "Revenge is Best Served Cold"

    Pre Game was as intense as it gets. Both teams gathering around mid-field exchanging words. A warning was given to both Coaches directly after a double penalty on the Coin Toss.

    Boise came out in the 1st Qtr to prove the are one of the best teams in the country..... to bad Qtr 2-4 was all Ducks!

    Boise State lead 10-7 after the 1st, but that was the only time they would have the lead. Oregon came out clicking on all cylinders. Although nothing was as impressive as last game, Oregon still managed to rush for 226 Yards and 6 Rushing TD's. RB Shinaba is vaulting up the Heisman list and it will be a tragedy if he is not a contender after this week. Shinaba had 32 carries for 137 Yards and 4 TD's, 6 catches for 136 Yards and 1 TD, and he passed out of the Wild Duck for 1 TD to RB L.James.

    Boise had a good run game going and RB D.Martin carried the ball 24 times for 163 Yards and 2 TD's, but the Ducks defense made the day miserable for QB K.Moore, as he went 14/33 for 142 Yards and 2 INT's.

    Oregon : 63
    Boise State : 26


    Player Of The Game:
    RB Shinaba 32 car, 137 Yards, 4TD's, 6 rec, 136 Yards, 1TD, 1/1 comp, 49 Yards, 1 TD, 2 KR, 46 Yards = 368 Total Yards, 6 Total TD's
     
  3. WisconsinSports414

    WisconsinSports414 Walk On

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    You're coachin' those boys up!
     
  4. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

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    Minnesota @ New Mexico State

    1st Quarter
    Duane Bennett gives Pittman a rest but puts in work while doing so. He scores on a 39 yard dive to give the Gophers a 7-0 lead.

    2nd Quarter
    New Mexico State puts a TD drive together after a Marqueis Gray interception. 7-7

    Adrien Ford, redshirt freshman, comes in off the bench.

    DT Jehwan Edwards sacks the QB, DT Joey Searcy recovers to give Minnesota the ball at the 9.

    Pittman would score on a 1 yard TD. 14-7

    3rd Quarter
    Gray would come back in after horrible accuracy displayed by the RS freshman.

    Pittman scores on a 15 yard option pitch play to put the Gophers up 21-7.

    4th Quarter
    NMSU scores after intercepting another pass. 21-14

    Pittman time, as he scores on his 3rd rushing touchdown to give the Gophers a 28-14 lead with 3:55 left.

    NMSU QB tries to force a big play but ends up turning it over to Keanon Cooper.

    True freshman John Moore opens the flood gates with a 47 yard reception for a TD. 35-14

    Final Score:
    Minnesota 35
    NMSU 14

    Gopher Key Player Stats:

    Passing
    Marqueis Gray 9-19 154 1TD 2INT

    Rushing
    Jonathan Pittman 25-145 3TD
    Duane Bennett 12-97 1TD

    Receiving
    Jonathan Pittman 4-50
    John Moore 2-63 1TD
    Eric Lair 2-27

    Defensive
    Patrick Sveum 9 TACK 2TFL 1 SACK
    Jehawn Edwards 6 TACK 4TFL 3 SACK FF
     
  5. NDCOLTS1979

    NDCOLTS1979 I love you red solo cup

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    Lol wish it was real though miss seeing the old illini run everwhere
     
  6. Ryty

    Ryty Over the Cap

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    UCLA MOVES TO 2 - 0, DEFEATS SAN JOSE STATE 40 - 9

    The Bruins struggled early against 0 - 1 San Jose State, but dominated the second half to move to 2 - 0 on the season with Texas coming to the Pasadena next week.

    The San Jose blitz confused UCLA QB Kevin Prince early, but he was able to complete 18 of 24 passes for 200 yards and 1 TD with 0 INTs. Once again, the running game was relatively successful. Four UCLA backs (trying to be like USC) all got in the action -

    M. Knox - 16 attempts for 73 yards
    A. Dean - 10 attempts for 56 yards and 1 TD
    R. Carter - 7 attempts for 44 yards and 1 TD
    Q. Smith - 4 attempts for 16 yards and 1 TD.

    Player of the Game

    Freshman WR Pierre Moody had 175 all purpose yards including a 88 yard kickoff return for a TD.
     
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    Cal 17 Notre Dame 27

    Coach 2Bits took his squad west to take on Pac 10 power Cal in an effort to improve upon last season's dismal 7-6 campaign. Cal took the ball to start and moved down the field methodically into the redzone when Notre Dame CB Robert Blanton picked off QB Brock Mansion and took it 90 yards to the Hizzeyouse. Cal, however, responded by driving down the field again and kicking a 37 yd FG. 7-3 Irish after 1.

    Cal continued to dominate the clock as the Irish struggled to get it going offensively. Midway through the 2nd Notre Dame Captain Brian Smith picked off a pass which set up a Dayne Crist to Michael Floyd 8 yard score. Cal would respond with the RB combo of Covaughn DeBoskie and Shane Vereen, who slashed and dashed the Irish to control the clock all afternoon. 17-10 Irish at the half

    Cal dominated the 3rd quarter on both sides of the ball and tied the game on an 8 yard Vereen run near the end of the 3rd. Notre Dame then drove the field by involving senior captain Kyle Rudholph, who had two big catches on the drive.

    Cal then drove down the field and was poised to score when Vereen fumbled inside the 10 with under 3 minutes to play. The Irish drove the field and tacked on a FG to win a hard fought contest at Berkley. gg hammer.

    Statistical Leaders (Notre Dame)

    Dayne Crist 17/26 197 yds 1 TD 1 INT
    Jonas Gray 11 car 40 yds 1 TD
    Shaquelle Evans 4 rec 64 yds

    Brian Smith 12 tack 1 INT
    Jeremy McKinney 10 tack
    Robert Blanton 4 tack 1 INT 1 TD

    Statistical Leaders (Cal)

    Brock Mansion 16/21 198 yds 0 TD 3 INT
    Shane Vereen 23 car 93 yds 1 TD
    Anthony Miller 4 rec 64 yds

    Mike Taylor 10 tack
    Sean Catthous 8 tack 1 INT
     
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    Cal 17 Notre Dame 27

    Coach 2Bits took his squad west to take on Pac 10 power Cal in an effort to improve upon last season's dismal 7-6 campaign. Cal took the ball to start and moved down the field methodically into the redzone when Notre Dame CB Robert Blanton picked off QB Brock Mansion and took it 90 yards to the Hizzeyouse. Cal, however, responded by driving down the field again and kicking a 37 yd FG. 7-3 Irish after 1.

    Cal continued to dominate the clock as the Irish struggled to get it going offensively. Midway through the 2nd Notre Dame Captain Brian Smith picked off a pass which set up a Dayne Crist to Michael Floyd 8 yard score. Cal would respond with the RB combo of Covaughn DeBoskie and Shane Vereen, who slashed and dashed the Irish to control the clock all afternoon. 17-10 Irish at the half

    Cal dominated the 3rd quarter on both sides of the ball and tied the game on an 8 yard Vereen run near the end of the 3rd. Notre Dame then drove the field by involving senior captain Kyle Rudholph, who had two big catches on the drive.

    Cal then drove down the field and was poised to score when Vereen fumbled inside the 10 with under 3 minutes to play. The Irish drove the field and tacked on a FG to win a hard fought contest at Berkley. gg hammer.

    Statistical Leaders (Notre Dame)

    Dayne Crist 17/26 197 yds 1 TD 1 INT
    Jonas Gray 11 car 40 yds 1 TD
    Shaquelle Evans 4 rec 64 yds

    Brian Smith 12 tack 1 INT
    Jeremy McKinney 10 tack
    Robert Blanton 4 tack 1 INT 1 TD

    Statistical Leaders (Cal)

    Brock Mansion 16/21 198 yds 0 TD 3 INT
    Shane Vereen 23 car 93 yds 1 TD
    Anthony Miller 4 rec 64 yds

    Mike Taylor 10 tack
    Sean Catthous 8 tack 1 INT
     
  9. Ryty

    Ryty Over the Cap

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    Who is this Shinaba guy? Crazy stats!!!
     
  10. Ryty

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    Who is this Shinaba guy? CRAZY STATS!!!!
     
  11. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    COMING OUT HOT! COUGS WIN 34-7

    COMING OUT HOT! COUGS WIN 34-7

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    The Washington State Cougars (1-0) looked very impressive defensivley and offensively on their season opener against the UNLV Rebels in Las Vegas on Saturday. The Cougs overwhelmed the rebels with 403 total yards of offense, 313 of it on the ground in a torrential ground attack. The Cougs defense absolutely shut down UNLV by only allowing 139 total yards offense.

    The Cougars scored 4 TD's in the first half jumping to a quick lead at half. Coach Frisk went into the locker room and explained that team's spirits were high and that they needed to continue to play defense. The cougars did just that preventing the Rebels from getting into the red zone the entire 3rd quarter at which point the the third and second team defense entered the game.

    The Cougars offense was led by a heavy dose of run game. Three backs combined for almost 50 carries against the rebels, led by Logwone Mitz a converted FB, who carried the ball 28 times for 210 yards.

    PLAYERS OF THE GAME

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    RSSR FB #34 Logwone Mitz 28 carries for 210 yards 3 TD's, 1 reception for 58 yards 1 TD

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    SO DE #94 Asante-Jabari Cleveland 9 Tackles, 3 Tackles for Loss, 4 Sacks

    UP NEXT FOR THE COUGS

    The Washington State Cougars prepare for their first home game and conference opener against Pac-10 powerhouse the # 22 Oregon Ducks. The ducks have an impressive run game. To try and slow them down, Coach Frisk is heavily game planning and having the scout team imitate the Ducks rush attack. When we asked Frisk if he was concerned about the home and conference opener he state, " The Ducks are a good team and have a great Coach. I took a look at some film from their Boise Game and it's not going to be easy to slow them down. Myself along with the other coaches think we have a gameplan that will give us the best shot of winning." The game will be a white out game, so make sure to wear all white.​
     
  12. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

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    Great post emmdot, that is definitely going to be a huge game next week.
     
  13. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    Thanks, I know Lee and the Quackers are gonna bring the noise into my place...
     
  14. NDCOLTS1979

    NDCOLTS1979 I love you red solo cup

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    You know the easy way to slow down the Ducks.. Ice :)
     
  15. Emmdotfrisk

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    I would tell you but then I would be giving my secret away
     
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    Ducks fly togther!
     
  17. NDCOLTS1979

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    I plan on helping the gophers take and dig a hole in the big ten this year :)
     
  18. H22APWRD94

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    quack! quack! quack! quack! quack! quack!
     
  19. WisconsinSports414

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    Keeping it Simple!​


    Badgers win one on the road, 27-14.​


    Wisconsin headed out west to take on the Oregon State Beavers this week, and came out on top in a tough battle. The plan going in was a simple and rather conservative one, control the game with the run in order to keep the other team off the field. While the offensive numbers this week were not particularly gaudy, it was clear that they executed this plan very well. They held onto the ball over twice as long as their opponent's, as they managed to run it well and pass when the opportunity was there. The coach was more satisfied with this week's effort on both sides of the ball, as they avoided turnovers while forcing 2 picks, including one returned for a TD by Devin Smith that put the game away. And while giving up well over 300 yards of offense to UNLV last week, they held a good Beaver offense to just 212 yards in this game.

    Key Stat: Turnover battle and time of possession. Wisconsin held onto the ball for 20:01 while Oregon State only had it for 9:15. Part of the reason for that were the two interceptions they threw, while Wisconsin improved from 3 turnovers against UNLV last week to none this week.

    Player of the game: Devin Smith, whose 21 yard interception return put a dagger through the Beaver's chances.

    Next Week: @Northern Illinois. Wisconsin essentially gets three straight weeks to prepare for their Big Ten opener, the first of which includes a match up against the Huskies.
     
  20. H22APWRD94

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    A rivalry continues...

    The Battle for the CY-HAWK Trophy

    With what has to be one of the ugliest rivalry trophies out there, Iowa again faces Iowa State for the bragging rights to Iowa. This time the battle shifted to Ames, IA, the home of the Cyclones. This game displayed very little defense as there was 931 yards of total offense, 1409 total yards gained, and 97 points scored. Iowa St had 500 yards of total offense, with 378 coming through the air. Their problem was 3rd downs and turnovers. They were 2 of 9 on 3rd downs, and gave the ball away 3 times. Iowa managed 2 special teams TD's, and had almost 250 yards on the ground. Elliott King was POG for Iowa, scoring 2 TD's, one on a KO return, the other behind the backup offensive lineman. He broke free up the middle for a 39 yard scamper. Darius Darks collected the honors for the Cyclones, torching the Iowa defense for 219 yards on 7 catches and 3 TD's.

    Defense will have to look better if they are going to make it through the Big10 this year. Up next is Kansas.

    Mike
     

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