Legacy 2012 Week 2

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  1. Hova

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    Now into week 2. Two user games this week.


    Game of the Week:

    #18 Michigan St (PIG BOMB) @ Georgia Tech (RyanC)

    Welcome to Week 2!
    Remember to visit dynasty.easports.com to publish your own stories.

    =============== Maryland Terrapins (1-0) ===============
    Last week, Maryland won 27-3 against UMass (0-1).
    This week, the Terrapins travel to Morgantown to face the #10 West Virginia Mountaineers (0-0).
    In recruiting news, the following Maryland targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) DT James Bracken has committed to Maryland

    =============== Washington Huskies (1-0) ===============
    Last week, Washington won 40-0 against San Diego State (0-1).
    This week, the Huskies travel to Pasadena to face the UCLA Bruins (0-1).
    In recruiting news, the following Washington targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) TE Brian Sapp has committed to Washington
    - (****) HB T.J. Johnson has committed to Washington
    - (***) ROLB Brett Crenshaw has committed to Washington
    - (***) QB Marlon Wise has committed to Washington
    - (***) MLB Curtis Kearney has committed to Washington

    =============== Arizona State Sun Devils (0-1) ===============
    Last week, Arizona State lost 35-34 against San Jose State (1-0).
    This week, the Sun Devils will host #19 Stanford (1-0).

    =============== UCLA Bruins (0-1) ===============
    Last week, UCLA lost 30-0 against Northwestern (1-0).
    This week, the Bruins will host Washington (1-0).
    In recruiting news, the following UCLA targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) QB James Keller has committed to Cal
    - (****) WR John Logan has committed to Oregon

    =============== Illinois Fighting Illini (1-0) ===============
    Last week, Illinois won 31-17 against Western Michigan (0-1).
    This week, the Fighting Illini will host #21 Oklahoma State (1-0).
    In recruiting news, the following Illinois targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) RG Lawrence Riggs has committed to Illinois
    - (***) C Marcus Barrow has committed to Illinois

    =============== #18 Michigan State Spartans (0-1) ===============
    Last week, Michigan State lost 41-35 against Boise State (1-0).
    This week, the Spartans travel to Atlanta to face the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (1-0).
    In recruiting news, the following Michigan State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) MLB Aaron Smith has committed to Florida State
    - (***) LOLB J.T. Graves has committed to Michigan
    - (****) CB Jesse Clark has committed to Michigan

    =============== Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (1-0) ===============
    Last week, Georgia Tech won 49-13 against BYU (0-1).
    This week, the Yellow Jackets will host #18 Michigan State (0-1).
    In recruiting news, the following Georgia Tech targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) WR Jason Mosley has committed to Georgia Tech

    =============== Colorado Buffaloes (1-0) ===============
    Last week, Colorado won 24-23 against Colorado State (0-1).
    This week, the Buffaloes will host Oregon State (0-1).
    In recruiting news, the following Colorado targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) DT John Corbett has committed to Oregon

    =============== Northwestern Wildcats (1-0) ===============
    Last week, Northwestern won 30-0 against UCLA (0-1).
    This week, the Wildcats will host Vanderbilt (0-1).
    In recruiting news, the following Northwestern targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) ROLB Marcus Smith has committed to Oklahoma State

    =============== Virginia Cavaliers (1-0) ===============
    Last week, Virginia won 50-43 against ECU (0-1).
    This week, the Cavaliers will host #8 Florida State (1-0).

    =============== North Carolina Tar Heels (1-0) ===============
    Last week, North Carolina won 38-7 against Marshall (0-1).
    This week, the Tar Heels travel to Manhattan to face the #12 Kansas State Wildcats (1-0).
    In recruiting news, the following North Carolina targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) LE Melvin Pitts has committed to North Carolina

    =============== #24 Iowa Hawkeyes (1-0) ===============
    Last week, Iowa won 19-16 against Ohio State (0-1).
    This week, the Hawkeyes will host Iowa State (1-0).
    In recruiting news, the following Iowa targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) LT Chad McKeon has committed to NC State


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  2. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    #21 Okie State - 61
    Illinois - 6

    Me with my xbox after this game...

     
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  4. Hova

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    Maryland knocks off #10 ranked WVU this week on the road in a huge win for the program. Coming into the rivalry game as underdogs, Maryland was able to but a vice on the VWU Air Raid offense and started early with an INT on Geno Smiths first pass of the game. The offense would be solid and efficient all day led by QB C. Brown who posted a 219.4 Rating on the day and threw for over 200 yards and 2 TDs. Highlight of the game was a 41 yard TD connection from Brown to Leak to give Maryland the early advantage and would never look back. The defense was also a big story in this game only allowing 166 yards and 75 of those game from a huge TD pass in the 4th where burner WR Tavon Austin smoked the secondary on a slant pass. The Terps are now 2-0 and have matched 2011's win total already. Next week they will return home for the ACC opener, hosting the Duke Blue Devils.



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  5. RyanC

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    MSU - 0
    GT - 17


    It was a defensive slugfest in Atlanta as the Michigan State Spartans rolled into town to faceoff against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. The first quarter was uneventful, as neither team managed to make it into field goal range and the game would head into the end of one at zero a piece. More of the same continued in the second quarter before a timely interception by corner Zach Laskey gave the Yellow Jackets great field position. The Jackets would capitalize, with Tevin Washington taking a read option and breaking a tackle en route to a 26 yard score. After the score the Jacket defense held the Spartans to a 50 yard field goal attempt after they drove down the field and it ended up falling just short and hitting the bottom crossbar. The Jackets couldn't do anything after the missed field goal and were content to take a 7-0 lead into the break.

    There was something about odd numbered quarters today, because once again neither team could muster up much offensively until a Georgia Tech drive late in the quarter that ended with the Jackets taking a fourth and goal from the one into the decision room between quarters still up 7-0. When the fourth started the coaching staff decided to take points and opted for the chip shot 18 yarder, but kicker Justin Moore had other ideas, clanging the kick off of the side of the post and wasting a huge opportunity for points in a close game. Luckily for Moore, Rod Sweeting was able to pick off a Michigan state pass two possesions later and take it down to the five yard line. After the offense sputtered, Moore came back for another 18 yarder and this time was dead center, giving the Yellow Jackets a 10-0 lead with 4:32 left in the game. On the first play of the next Spartan possession corner Louis Young undercut a curl route, picking off the pass and taking it 28 yards for six to put Georgia Tech up 17-0. After the Spartans moved into Yellow Jacket territory, Isaiah Johnson came up with an interception, outrunning the Spartan wideout to an overthrown pass to seal the game.

    Stats

    Michigan State
    Andrew Maxwell - 12-32, 133 yards, 0 TD/4 INT
    Le'Veon Bell - 5 carries, 27 yards.


    Georgia Tech
    Tevin Washington - 6/11, 63 yards, 0 TD/0 INT. 12 carries, 76 yards, TD
    Orwin Smith - 25 carries, 140 yards



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  6. PIG BOMB

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    great game RyanC the Spartans had no answers on offense whatsoever

    the other thing that was funny is that on my screen we wore green jerseys not white like in your video highlights
     
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    Yeah it's always been like that for some reason with NCAA, no matter what jersey combination you pick, your opponent only sees the default uni for home/road.
     
  8. RadarRider

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    N'western: 17
    Vandy: 14

    N'western came out on top this week in a game that could only be describe as slow and boring. N'western held Vandy to 78 yards of total offense (18 yards passing) and forced two INT. It should be noted that Vandy played fantastic football on 4th down, converting 3 of 4 times, and had a pick-six on defense. Offensively, N'western ran for 115 yards and 2 Touchdowns, both by freshmen (RS) Jordan Perkins. K. Colter had another slow day 9-14 for 85 yards and 1 Int. The big reason for winning? T.O.P., N'western had the ball for a staggering 18:42 versus Vandy's 9:18. N'western will hope to remain strong at home, when they face Akron in week 3.
     
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    Not a fan of passing this year?
     
  11. RyanC

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    Oregon State 17
    Colorado 35
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    Colorado jumped out to a 14 point lead in the first quarter of this game and never let go of the lead. Oregon State kept it close until about midway through the third quarter when the Buffaloes added two TD's to their 21-14 lead at that point. The Colorado offense had a great day led by WR Paul Richardson who caught 8 passes for 203 yards and 3 TDs, including an 80 yard score in the third quarter. QB Nick Hirschman had a good performance himself completing 13/18 passes for 258 yards with 3 TDs and an interception. To balance out the aerial attack, HB Tony Jones carried 23 times for 166 yards and 2 TDs of his own.

    The Buffalo defense played a bend-but-don't-break style all afternoon, giving up 330 yards and 2 TDs through the air. They held Oregon State to 3/10 on third down and 0/2 on fourth down. Colorado was only able to generate one sack today and didn't get any effective pressure most of the game.

    Next week the Buffaloes are on the road against Cal.

     
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    #19 Stanford 17
    Arizona St 14

    ASU loses another home game, despite outgaining Stanford by 100 yards. Stanford had a pick 6 and another INT by a MLB on a ball that was being thrown to a receiver 15 yards behind him, while he was covering my TE man to man. ASU's crappy kicker was 0 for 2. QB Bercovici has officially lost his starting job to So QB Kelly from Idaho.
     
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    #24 Iowa: 49
    Iowa State: 25

    The newly-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes brought home the Cy-Hawk trophy with a convincing offensive performance. Iowa had to use all three of its quarterbacks due to injuries, but the offense never missed a beat. The three QB's went a combined 24-for-27 for 369 and three touchdowns through the air. Running back Jordan Canzari ran for 199 yards on 25 attempts and scored four touchdowns; including an 84-yard run in the second quarter that busted the game open.

    After adjusting to Iowa State's no-huddle offense, the Iowa D locked down and came away with four sacks.

    Game Balls Go To
    QB J. Rudock: 11-12 123 yards, 1 touchdown
    RB J. Canzeri: 25 att., 199 yards and 4 touchdowns
    LB: J. Morris: 8 tackles, 3 TFL, 1 Sack and 1 FF
     
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  17. Will Atkinson

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    About to get in my game now, I will try to get caught up with both write-ups and preseason team preview tomorrow after work.. Have been super busy with these summer classes but today was our last day..
     
  18. Wick36

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    Washington - 20
    UCLA - 7


    Washington moves to 2-0 with a conference opener win at UCLA. After a few sputtered drives by both teams, Washington went on a 17 point streak to end the first half sparked by a slant turned 80 yard TD by WR Johnson. From there, the UCLA defense stepped it up a bit, and the Huskies tried to toe the line between adding more points and keeping the clock running. They weren't really successful in either category, but were able to add 3 more points. The Bruins started to make things interesting, scoring at the end of the third, but couldn't get back into the end zone. Probably the biggest difference in this game was the pressure put on by the Washington pass rush. UCLA just didn't have an answer for 6 man rushes other than trying to get the ball out quickly, which led to some sacks and erratic throws that made it tough for them to keep drives moving. Price was able to complete 17/24 throws to 8 different receivers, but made a few poor choices and struggled with the deep ball, leading to 2 picks and an overthrown receiver who could have walked into the end zone. The Huskies were not able to move the ball on the ground all that well, as Callier got caught from behind many times and the UCLA linebackers did a good job of dodging blockers to get to the ball. They had the most success running the read option, which froze the linebackers and required the backside end to stay home. Despite is relatively slow speed, Price was able to notch a few good runs.

    Next week the Huskies host the Arizona State Sun Devils in a divisional match up that could have big conference championship game implications.

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    I just finished my game.. I'm not sure about everyone else..
     
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    North Carolina 35
    #12 Kansas State 21

    In the rainy Little Apple, Carolina finds a way to win 35-21. QB Bryn Renner once again was player of the game, as he was 13-17 for 235 yards and 3 TDs. He also was a factor in the running game as had 10 carries for 74 yards and added a score on the ground. Giovanni Bernard had 13 carries for 53 yards, and also had a 64 yard TD reception. Jheranie Boyd had 4 catches for 90 yards, Erik Highsmith had 3 catches for 42 yards, and Reggie Wilkins had 3 receptions for 64 yards and 2 TDs.

    Defensively, the Heels struggled yet again, this time failing against the ground game of the Wildcats. Kansas State's o-line had success all day, as a team they rushed for 216 yards on the day. The Heel D played bend but don't break as they had two major goal line stands, which the offense then converted into scores.

    Next Week Carolina returns home to face Michigan State.
     
  24. Will Atkinson

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    Florida State 45
    Virginia 31
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    The Seminoles came into town ranked #8 in the nation and they showed everyone they are worthy of that billing. The first half was a back and forth battle with lots of offense on both sides.. We struck late in the first half on a 83 yard bomb to Dominique Terrell to take the lead into the half 21-17. The second half was a different story, the relentless pressure of the FSU defense forced some bad throws resulting in several second half INT's. E.J. Manuel and the offense took advantage of those turnovers and put up 4 TD's in the second half and was able to get out of Virginia with a 14 point win.


    Player of the Game for Cavs: TE C. Phillips had 5 catches for 111 yards and a TD

    Player of the Game for Noles: E.J. Manuel 17-18 208 yards and 2 TD's 11 carries for 26 yards and a TD

    Next week the Cavaliers travel to (2-0) #25 Georgia Tech, looking for our first conference win..
     
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    Tough to win when they only miss one pass, lol.
     

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