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Legacy 2013 Week 10

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Hova, Dec 1, 2010.

  1. Hova

    Hova Live Action. YiYiYi!

    Feb 21, 2009
    We are now into week 10. Great job last week. Keep the summaries coming. Feel free to throw up some league wide content as well guys. 2 user games this week so get those scheduled asap as we have guys going out of town.

    Games of the Week:

    #23 LSU (Dukebball632) @ #6 Alabama (Cnic85)

    #22 Miami (Maslerboros16) @ #11 Va Tech (I WIcktorious I)

    Next ADV Will be no later than SUNDAY at 9am EST.
  2. Ceewo

    Ceewo Walk On

    Mar 5, 2010
    NC State 14
    FSU 59

    Florida State finally put everything together for the first time in a while. It seemed as if the last few games we usually struggle some aspect of the game. We gave up an early 48 yard TD run on the Wolf Packs opening drive, so it appeared more of the same. On the ensuing kickoff, HB Kevin Lester got everything going when he return the kick 97 yards for a TD. The route was on from there and we never looked back. QB Scott Jones finished 12/16 for 282 yards 5TD 1INT. He was spot on and did not have an incompletion until the opening drive in the 2nd half when he went 0-3. WR Victor Simpson has developed into a nice deep threat for us and now has 12 TD on the year. DE Chris Bush also bounced back with 2.5 sacks and a FF.

    Key Stats:

    QB Scott Jones 12/16 for 282 yards 5TD 1INT
    HB Kevin Lester 118 rushing yards 2TD, 97 KO Return for TD
    HB Brennan Marks 137 total yards 1TD
    WR Victor Simpson 3 receptions 79 yards 2TD
    TE Alex Wilson 3 receptions 58 yards 1TD
    DE Chris Bush 2.5 sacks FF
    DT Demonte McCallister 1.5 sacks
  3. Hokie Effect

    Hokie Effect Whats a Hokie?

    Jul 4, 2009
    Oregon- 52
    Arizona- 38

    The Ducks win another pac 10 shootout and are once again led by QB Bennet who threw for 389yds 3 TD and ran for another 169yds 3 TD. RB Seastrunk added 96yds 1 TD on the ground and WR Huff led the wideouts with 167yds 2 TD.
  4. FacePlant City

    FacePlant City FacePlant City

    Feb 6, 2010
    UCLA - 30
    Stanford - 0

    UCLA's defense completely blanked the Stanford offense with intense pressure and sacks provided by the quick moving DEs (6 sacks on the day). Most impressive the defense has been thus far in the season.

    The Bruin offense had it's usual early offensive struggles but eventually broke out (as per usual) with great passing by Byron Bray to his WR core. The running game seemed to finally have some form of substance as Anthony Barr went for 88 yards with some great stiff arms on the way.

    UCLA moves to 7-1 and looks toward their next game against the Huskies.
  5. abolishthefed

    abolishthefed Specializing in mediocrity

    Mar 27, 2010
    #14 Georgia 6
    Florida 3

    CBS was pissed off that they picked up this game. Both teams were pretty weak on offense. Florida's special teams lost them the game, as the Gators were only 1 of 3 on FGs from under 35 yards. Georgia's offensive line blocked no one and the wide receiving corps continuously dropped balls. The Bulldogs were lucky to escape with a win. Next up is Virginia Tech.
  6. bravejaf

    bravejaf Walk On

    Jul 13, 2009
    The Nittany Lions charged through the Boilermaker on their way to a resounding victory. On offense the game was all about the rushing attack. Curtis Dukes reclaimed his starting HB position after a poor showing by Silas Redd. All Dukes did was rush 115 yards on just 9 carries, scoring 2 touchdowns. Fullback Zach Zwinack also got into the mix with 50 yards rushing and a TD. The most surprising contributor to the run game was backup QB Paul Jones who added 81 yards and a TD. He had the longest carry of the game on a 60-yard option keeper (highlight on Dynasty Wire). WR Christian Kuntz also scored twice on rushing touchdowns out of the option. The second one was scored as a pass reception because he was in front of Bolden so it worked like a shovel. Bolden was still behind the line when he made the pitch (highlight on Dynasty Wire). On defense Penn State only forced on Purdue turnover but Purdue managed under 200 yards total offense. Dakota Royer led the charge with 2 sacks and 7 solo tackles. Ryan Osterander added another sack and Khairi Fortt grabbed an interception, so it was a good day for the starting linebackers.

    Penn State 48
    Purdue 0

    Offensive Player of the Game: Curtis Dukes 9 carries 115 yards 2 TD

    Defensive Player of the Game: Dakota Royer 7 tackles 2 sacks

    First Quarter
    05:54 TD Penn State Curtis Dukes HB #26 34 yard rush
    00:30 TD Penn State Zach Zwinak FB #40 3 yard rush
    Second Quarter
    02:18 TD Penn State Curtis Dukes HB #26 5 yard rush
    00:36 TD Penn State Christian Kuntz WR #17 14 yard rush
    Third Quarter
    06:45 TD Penn State Christian Kuntz WR #17 11 yard pass from Robert Bolden QB #16
    02:01 FG Penn State Jeremy Harrell K #5 23 yard field goal
    Forth Quarter
    06:50 TD Penn State Paul Jones QB #10 60 yard rush
    00:32 FG Penn State Jeremy Harrell K #5 41 yard field goal
  7. Hova

    Hova Live Action. YiYiYi!

    Feb 21, 2009
    #3 USC 42
    WSU 0

    USC pitches the shutout today with a dominant defense and powerful running game. QB Stanley also made some big plays passing for 141 YDS and 2 TDs and a passer rating over 300. HBs Baxter and Vickers both had 100 yard days with Baxter leading the way with 152 yards and 2 TDs. USC looks to continue a march towards number 1 and head home next week to host Arizona St.
  8. Wick36

    Wick36 Welcome to the Jungle

    Jul 14, 2010
    VTech 45 - Miami 38 (OT)

    This was a hard fought game by both squads that went to the wire.

    The Hokies started quickly, scoring on a 71 yard pass to the tight end Lewis. Miami responded with a strong drive running the ball and tied the game. With a 14-7 league, the Hokies picked off a pass and looked poised to score again. However, Weber made a poor decision and threw a pick 6, allowing Miami to tie the game. Miami put up 10 more points unanswered until the Hokies scored with 1:52 left and got a stop, giving them the ball with about a minute left. Virginia Tech was able to push the ball down the field and score, allowing them to enter halftime with the lead.

    The second half was not nearly as exciting as the first, both teams started to figure out how to stop the other a bit. Heading into the fourth it was all tied up. Both teams recorded TDs, and Virginia Tech drove the ball down the field as time expired. They called a time out with 3 seconds left. The Hurricanes used all 3 of their timeouts to ice the kicker. He ended up missing the field goal, sending the game into over time.

    In OT, Virginia Tech scored in just a few plays - getting it down to the 2 yard line on their second play. It's important to remember that earlier in the game, the Hokies were held to a field goal on the 1 yard line. Miami's defense had done superb there all game. Weber tossed the ball to Gregory, who was having by far his best game of the season, who ran it in for 6.

    Not to be outdone, the Hurricanse pushed it deep into opposing territory until the Hokies were finally able to convert on another mistake and picked it off, ending the game.

    Interesting Stats
    T.O.P.: 13:11 - 14:49 - This stat is very close, despite Virginia Tech running a pass heavy offense and Miami keeping the ball on the ground a lot.
    Cameron: 4 Rec, 49 yds - This season, he's been prolific on offense, catching everything and making big plays down the field. He did have some key plays today, but Miami's defensive backs did a great job of making sure he wasn't on anything over 10 yards.
    Johnson: 24 Car, 192 yds, 2 TDs - The Hokies came into the game with the 5th rated rush defense. Johnson had a lot of success running to the left side (not so much the right), especially on counter plays, which they ran a lot and to perfection.
    Gregory: 9 rec, 83 rec yds, 8 att, 86 yds - Going into this game, Gregory had only been averaging 2.7 yards per carry. He wasn't getting the ball much, and that was mostly because of the poor performance of the offensive line and himself. Today, he broke a lot of tackles and found the holes when they handed the ball off. It's pick your poison with this year's Hokies - Fill the box and play the run (like most teams have) and leave Cameron open to make big plays... or play the pass and leaving some running lanes open.

    This win means that Virginia Tech controls its own destiny in the ACC Coastal - if they lose 1 game or less, they're guaranteed a rematch with Florida State - a game which the Hokies had opportunities to win earlier in the season. Next week, the Hokies play SEC power Georgia.

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