Discussion in 'Overdrive' started by C Young, Feb 28, 2013.
Sorry....was just reserving my space
In the meantime why don't you do a summary for the big10 chip that took you almost 9 months to win.
The BACK - TO - BACK National Champion Razorbacks will be arriving shortly.
It's a sad state of affairs in Overdrive when Raidernation wins back to back titles.... Congrats Man.
Thanks I been lucky....... Bring your ass back and maybe you'll make a difference or maybe you can shine my fourth trophy
I've sent out the official re-invite to BK, the ball is in his court now.
This game definitely had all the hype of a championship matchup, the trash talk leading up to this showdown hinted at a multiple turnover collapse for the defending champs that would lead to the eventual downfall of the Razorbacks. Penn State's confident coach even scheduled a presser for the unveiling of a new champion, but.... lets just say things didn't go according to plan.The Razorbacks set the tune early scoring on their first play from scrimmage, Jonathan Williams took a counter 63 yards in for the TD. Penn St. answered with a field goal soon after. Then later in the first the Razoracks and the Lions would trade interceptions on back to back plays, things where to get even more interesting after a Spencer Roberts fumble on Arkansas' ensuing possession. It seemed that PSU had the momentum until Sophomore Jermaine Heard returned a missed field goal 108 yards to give Arkansas the 14-6 lead. The flood gates opened up, the underrated defense of the Razorbacks would be the deciding factor in this championship game forcing 5 turnovers (4 interceptions 1 fumble), two of which directly resulted into touchdowns. We held PSU to 6 yards rushing and a 0.3 avg, and also kept the Nittany Lions out of the end zone. This was a well played game by C Young, there where plenty of instances where he had some bad breaks but don't think for a second this ass whipping wasn't due. A 5-0 user record this season indicates that this team earned the chip this season at 13-0 these are your 2016-17 National Champions. Woo Pig Sooie !!!
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