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Game Summaries: Week 3, Season 4

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  1. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

    Jul 6, 2009
    Game Summaries: Week 3, Season 4

    Post in here.
  2. Lee.Flex

    Lee.Flex Ducks Fan

    Sep 18, 2009
    Run Oregon Run

    Oregon : 38
    Arizona State : 16

    Having to turn to there #2 RB for the next 11 weeks, Oregon came out and ran the ball more than ever.

    They ran the ball 49 times for 287 Yards, 18 First Downs and 4 TD's. Most of the running went to #2 RB Parks, who carried 20 times for 128 Yards and 3 TD's. QB Thomas ran for 50, QB Hawkins ran for 48, RB Bell ran for 38, and WR Lane ran for 23. It the best ground attack that Oregon has shown since LaMichael James and Shinaba put in a 400+ yard effort against KSU last season. The Ducks stuck with there spread zone offense, and at least for today, it paid off.

    Player of the Game
    RB J.Parks 1/1 comp, 17 Yards, 20 att, 128 Yards, 3 TD's, 4 rec, 30 Yards, 2KR, 93 Yards, 1TD
    Total : 268 Yards, 4 TD's
  3. Mr2Bits

    Mr2Bits 352

    Oct 16, 2009
    Notre Dame @ Michigan State

    Notre Dame 41 Michigan State 21

    Notre Dame outlasts Sparty in East Lansing to move to 3-0 on the season. What looked like an easy win, however, came with some uncertainty. Early in the game Irish QB Dayne Crist went down for the game with a broken thumb on his non throwing hand. Insert Nate Montana who played well in his absence, going 21-29 for 263 yards and 2 scores.

    The story of the game was the Irish tailbacks, senior Jonas Gray and true freshman Tim Rivers. Both backs combined for over 35 carries and 3 scores. Although they did not average a ton of yards per carry, the Irish established a presence on the ground and chewed up the clock in the 2nd half.

    We'll know a lot about ND after the next two weeks after the Irish take on their two biggest rivals in Notre Dame Stadium, Michigan and USC, in successive weeks.


    Logan Gray punches in one of 3 TDs on the ground
  4. Jvigorous1

    Jvigorous1 Hokie

    Nov 2, 2009
    Bye week for Cal. In the mean time I am trying to catch up to the powerhouses of USC and UCLA in recruiting the local top prospects.
  5. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

    Jul 6, 2009
    Washington 7 @ #24 Minnesota 13

    Gophers win in defensive battle but lose in a sense, Pittman goes down for 9 weeks

    1st Quarter
    Battle of field position puts the Gophers inside Husky territory on their 2nd drive. After getting a first down, Gophers QB Adrian Ford is hit resulting in the ball flop animation. Huskies take over with under a minute. 0-0 after 1.

    2nd Quarter
    After pinning the Huskies at the 2, the Gophers take over at the 23. Facing 3rd and extremely long, Ford throws his 2nd pick. Huskies strike first on a counter. A 67 yard rush by Bronson with 3:06 remaining in the half.

    Pittman fumbles after getting the Gophers into scoring position.

    Gopher’s SS Dominic Horn intercepts the Husky QB.

    3rd Quarter
    Gopher’s Bryant Allen shows why he was last year’s returner of the year. Game is tied after an 83 yard return.

    Gophers decide to sit Adrian Ford and give John Nance a shot.

    Pittman gets a big run on a counter play to put the Gophers at midfield.

    Gophers picked off again.

    Gopher’s Michael Carter gets a huge interception of his own.

    4th Quarter
    Gophers take the lead with a FG, 10-7.

    SR CB Michael Carter gets his 2nd interception.
    A screen leads to a 1st and 10 at the UW 25 after a facemask penalty. Gophers kick another FG to go up 13-7.

    Gophers stand strong, forcing a punt with 2:50 left in the game.

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