Legacy 2012 Week 6

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  1. Hova

    Hova Live Action. YiYiYi!

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    We are now in week 6. 1 user game this week.


    Game of the Week:

    Iowa (tmac) @ Arizona St (Abolishthefed)





    Welcome to Week 6!
    Remember to visit dynasty.easports.com to publish your own stories.

    =============== Maryland Terrapins (3-2) ===============
    Last week, Maryland lost 49-28 against Virginia Tech (5-0).
    This week, the Terrapins will host Wake Forest (3-2).

    =============== #20 Washington Huskies (4-0) ===============
    Last week the Huskies were idle.
    This week, the Huskies will host #9 Oregon (4-1).

    =============== Arizona State Sun Devils (1-4) ===============
    Last week, Arizona State won 35-21 against Cal (2-3).
    This week, the Sun Devils will host Iowa (3-2).
    In recruiting news, the following Arizona State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) WR Danny Graves has committed to Arizona State

    =============== UCLA Bruins (1-4) ===============
    Last week, UCLA lost 30-14 against Colorado (4-1).
    This week, the Bruins will host Cal (2-3).
    In recruiting news, the following UCLA targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) LT Jeremy McNeal has committed to UCLA
    - (***) DT Andrew Cox has committed to Hawai'i
    - (***) HB Kurt Ford has committed to Hawai'i

    =============== Illinois Fighting Illini (3-2) ===============
    Last week, Illinois won 17-14 against Penn State (2-2).
    This week, the Fighting Illini will host #1 Wisconsin (5-0).
    In recruiting news, the following Illinois targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) ROLB Tariq Russ has committed to Illinois
    - (*****) ROLB Arnold Holland has committed to Notre Dame

    =============== Michigan State Spartans (2-3) ===============
    Last week, Michigan State won 24-9 against Ohio State (3-2).
    This week, the Spartans travel to Bloomington to face the Indiana Hoosiers (3-1).
    In recruiting news, the following Michigan State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) MLB Calvin Harvey has committed to Michigan State

    =============== Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (3-1) ===============
    Last week, Georgia Tech won 44-0 against Mid Tenn State (2-2).
    This week, the Yellow Jackets will host #14 Clemson (3-2).

    =============== Colorado Buffaloes (4-1) ===============
    Last week, Colorado won 30-14 against UCLA (1-4).
    This week, the Buffaloes will host UTSA (5-0).
    In recruiting news, the following Colorado targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) WR Danny Graves has committed to Arizona State

    =============== Northwestern Wildcats (4-1) ===============
    Last week, Northwestern won 41-17 against Purdue (3-2).
    This week, the Wildcats will host Penn State (2-2).
    In recruiting news, the following Northwestern targets have announced their decisions:
    - (*) FB Mike Goodman has committed to Michigan
    - (****) WR J.B. Carter has committed to Virginia Tech

    =============== #18 Virginia Cavaliers (4-1) ===============
    Last week, Virginia won 42-17 against Louisiana Tech (1-3).
    This week, the Cavaliers travel to Durham to face the Duke Blue Devils (2-3).
    In recruiting news, the following Virginia targets have announced their decisions:
    - (**) K Ira Hawkins has committed to Virginia
    - (***) RE Alex Mosley has committed to Virginia

    =============== North Carolina Tar Heels (3-1) ===============
    Last week, North Carolina won 34-21 against Florida State (2-3).
    This week, the Tar Heels will host #3 Virginia Tech (5-0).
    In recruiting news, the following North Carolina targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) MLB Jamaal Jennings has committed to Georgia

    =============== Iowa Hawkeyes (3-2) ===============
    Last week, Iowa won 28-21 against Minnesota (3-2).
    This week, the Hawkeyes travel to Tempe to face the Arizona State Sun Devils (1-4).
    In recruiting news, the following Iowa targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) ROLB Tariq Russ has committed to Illinois



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  2. RadarRider

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    Week 6
    N'western: 24
    Penn St.: 17

    Penn St. :: N'western. Two teams, one philosophy: Run. Score. Win. Unfortunately only one team could walk away with a win and this week it was N'western. N'western started the game off with a 3 minute drive that ended in a FG, while Penn St. first offense possession was an offensive running route of the N'western defense for 6. This game went back and forth and both team are comparable in every stat but two: Turnover and T.O.P.. N'western proved once again that when they win the turnover battle, when the win T.O.P. they come out on top. Kain Colter played a key in role in this victory, completing 12-16 for 239 yards and 2TD 1INT, Colter was able to complete an impressive 75% of his passes. Treyvon Green proved today that he is not to be forgotten about: 17 carries 121 and a 57 yard touchdown run. N'western travels to Minnesota to play the 3-2 (0-1) Golden Gophers.
     
  3. PIG BOMB

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    Spartans Cruise to Victory Over Hoosiers

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    Spartan QB Maxwell had a great game 22/27 316yds 3-TD 1-INT as did RB Bell 19 for 100yds 2-TD.
    3 different receivers caught TD passes.
    Defense had 2 INTs and 1 FF along with 3 sacks.

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  4. RyanC

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    Yellow Jackets upset Tigers!

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    Georgia Tech's offense was unstoppable this week, lighting up the Clemson defense for 42 points and 442 yards of total offense. The Player of the game for the Yellow Jackets was again quarterback Tevin Washington, who continues to put up monster numbers in the spread offense.

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  5. abolishthefed

    abolishthefed Specializing in mediocrity

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    Iowa 17
    Arizona St 20

    The fans in Tempe were treated to a barn burner. Neither offense played particularly well, but the story of the game was special teams and turnovers. Iowa threw 4 INTs, surrendered a pick 6, and gave up a kickoff return for a TD. The young ASU offensive line was under siege all game, giving up 5 sacks and most of the other pass attempts were hurried. The Sun Devils finished with a mere 166 yards of total offense. Defensively, Jr SS Shane McCullen had 2 INT and a TD for ASU. For Iowa, Jr LOLB christian Kirksey had 3 tackles, 2 sacks, and 2 pass defenses. Sr WR Keenan Davis had 5 receptions for 52 yards for the Hawkeyes.

    Great game tmac6412.
     
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  6. uncleho

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    UTSA 0
    Colorado 48

    After an awful start to the first quarter and a half for both teams the Buffaloes exploded in the last half of the second quarter, scoring 21 points to put themselves in a great position at halftime. WR Paul Richardson sparked the offense with TD receptions of 54 and 41 yards and HB Tony Jones scored on a two yard run for the final TD of the half.

    The success continued for CU in the second half as QB Nick Hirschman threw 3 more TD passes, which gave him a total of 5 TD passes on the day, 2 of them went to TE K. Slavin and the other to WR Keenan Canty. Colorado scored 21 more points in the third quarter and near the end of the third the backups made an appearance for the rest of the day on both sides of the ball.

    The Colorado defense accumulated 11 sacks on the day, 5 at least attributed to ill-advised screen pass attempts by UTSA. Both teams were awful on third down, only converting 16% of them each.

    Next week Colorado hosts conference foe Arizona State.

     
  7. Hova

    Hova Live Action. YiYiYi!

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    Maryland did work this week hosting the Demons at home. The defense of the Terps was a main story of the game as they shut down the high flying Deacon offense. They held them to under 200 yards and forced them to go 1/8 on 3rd down. The other bright spot of the game was the huge breakout by HB Justus Pickett who rushed for a career high 206 yards after being very dismal all season. Maryland is now 4-2 and heads to Virginia next week for a user ACC matchup.


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  8. tmac6412

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    As abolishthefed said, turnovers were they key difference in an otherwise even game. Iowa just couldn't get out of its own way and Arizona St. capitalized when they needed to, to get the win at home.
     
  9. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    ILLINOIS GETS TRAMPLED BY WISCONSIN
    AT HOME 55-30

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    After getting above .500, the real pressure in this game was on QB Nathan Scheelhaase, who has struggled mightily early on this year. While nobody was really expecting an upset, the coaching staff wanted to see Scheelhaase perform well against top tier talent. Unfortunately he was pulled in the 3rd quarter after another bad game. Wisconsin meanwhile is spending their first week as the #1 team in the nation, and comes in undefeated at 5-0 with possibly the nation's best back in Montee Ball, and best defense.
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    The coaching staff hinted that there might be a change at QB next week against Michigan after Scheelhaase's continued struggles and Miles Osie's stellar performance against the Badgers to make the score respectable after falling down 48-14.
     
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  10. PIG BOMB

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    Holy shit balls the Badgers are beast mode city!
     
  11. Will Atkinson

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    Virginia 52
    Duke 17
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    Coming into today's game against the Blue Devils we seemed to sleepwalk through most of the first quarter. Duke committed to stopping the run early and we just used the short passing game to get us going. That short passing game came up short in the redzone and forced us to settle for a FG. Duke was then able to answer back with a TD drive to close out the 1st quarter with the lead 7-3. ​
    Once we figured out that how poorly the Duke Safety's were playing we abused them most of the next two quarters. Michael Rocco got in a groove in the 2nd quarter and threw three touchdowns in the final 2:30 of the first half. After that slow start we really opened up things and took a 31-10 lead going into halftime. In the 3rd quarter LE Jake Snyder returned a Duke fumble 48 yards for a TD to put our lead at 28. We then swapped TD's to finish out the 3rd quarter and head to the 4th. We were able to get the both offense and defense second team some experience the whole 4th quarter as we ran the ball and drained the clock. The young guys responded well tacking on a 12 yard TD run of their own with 2:02 to go. That was the final score of the game, CAVS win 52-17​
    Offensive Player of the Game: Michael Rocco 18-23 304 yards and 4 TD's​
    Defensive Player of the Game: MLB Sam Greer 5 tackles and 1 INT​
    Next week should we a battle with Maryland and their wizard HovaTheGodMC
     
  12. MoonBBad

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    Pasadena, CA -- The UCLA Bruins went into this game needing a conference win in a big way against interstate rival, the Cal Golden Bears, and luckily escaped with one despite allowing a beaten Cal team back into the game late in the game.​
    The Bruins were in control early scoring 21 straight points using a mixture of precision passing and great running by Jonathan Franklin. Freshman quarterback Brett Hundley continues to look better every game, and was effective today going 8 for 13 for 97 yards and one touchdown. The Bruins running game led by Jon Franklin who had 113 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries led the way with Junior Malcom Jones spelling him with 10 carries for 51 yards and a touchdown as well.​
    The Bruins dominated the time of possession battle 19:09 to 8:51 which was due to their effective rushing attack and ball control offense, however Cal was able to find success with their passing game late and finished with 271 yards through the air with no interceptions.​
    Cal got their first touchdown at the beginning of the fourth quarter to make the score 21-10 however, UCLA struck back making the score 28-10 and what you thought would finish the game. Cal wouldn't go away and was successful on two separate onside kicks which led to two more touchdowns to put the game close, and they would have won the game had the Bruins not made a stand on defense late in the game.​
    Defensively Senior MLB and team captain Patrick Larimore was all over the field with six solo tackles and two sacks. Junior DT Seali'l Epenesa also had a good game with two sacks of his own.​
    The game was especially important for the Bruins as they had some recruits in town for the week.​
     
  13. gwill

    gwill Sierra, Hotel, India, Echo, Lima, Delta

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    North Carolina 45
    #3 Virginia Tech 0

    In Rainy Chapel Hill, with numerous recruits in for a visit the Tar Heels didn't disappoint and shocked the college football scene with 45-0 win over the Hokies. Bryn Renner continues his stellar season by going 26-33 for 314 yards and 2 TDs. His QB play has improved even more since the offensive conversion to the Air Raid attack. Giovanni Bernard added 16 carries for 71 yards and two touchdowns. TJ Thorp had 7 catches for 74 yards and a TD, and Jheranie Boyd added 6 catches for 63 yards. The intensity for this game was present from the beginning as Carolina marched downfield on the opening posession capped off by a 5 yard TD run. On the Hokies second play from scrimmage, Jabari Price came up with an interception and proceeded to take it 66 yards to the house make it 14-0 and the rout was on. In the second frame the Heels would put on 21 more to take 35-0 lead into the half and would cruise the rest of the way to a 45-0 victory. The Hokies were held to just 151 yards of total offense.

    Next week the Tar Heels take on the Hurricanes.
     
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  14. Wick36

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    Washington - 34
    Oregon - 17

    It really didn't look good early for the Huskies. Down 17-0 at the end of the first, it really didn't seem like a question of who will win as much as how badly will Washington get beat. Early in the game, Ducks QB Bennett had lots of success scrambling to pick up big yards when the defense dropped back. The first ducks TD came on a relatively short pass, but star safety Parker missed a tackle allowing Ducks WR Hoffman to run 59 yards for a score. The next drive for the Huskies, Price tucked the ball and ran, but tried to dive down to avoid contact and fumbled, setting the Ducks up for a field goal. Shortly after that, Smith dropped his second pass of the game. Instead of killing a drive, this one was picked off. A blown coverage by Fellner allowed for another long pass by the Ducks.

    The Huskies would come back with a long drive capped off by 5 yard pass to Sefarian-Jenkins. The defense started to play well. Washington brought extra guys from a variety of spots, causing Bennett to look confused back there. He repeatedly ran into the pass rush and took quite a few sacks. The next 3 TDs by Washington would be gained by the way of long passes. On the first, Johnson beat single press coverage and Price delivered a great pass. The next, Smith was single covered by a linebacker. The third was just before the end of the half and Bruns was able to split the zone coverage on a seam route and Price got it in perfectly.

    In the second half, the Huskies didn't pass much despite their first half success. They put together a very long drive to start the third and had a few more in the 4th. Most of these came on the read option. The RBs were able to pick up some consistent yards, but when the backside DE crashed Price really made them pay with some larger runs.
     

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