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Legacy 2013 Week 3

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Hova, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. Hova

    Hova Live Action. YiYiYi!

    Feb 21, 2009
    We are now into week 3. Two user games this week so get those scheduled. I will be checking for everyones threads as well this week.

    Bama beat me on the sim but I assumed as much. Luckily I only dropped to 5 so hopefully I can bounce back.

    Games of the Week:

    #21 Iowa (JCSpartan2) @ #3 Oregon (Hokie Effect)

    #20 LSU (Dukebball632) @ #9 Penn St (BraveJaf)

    Next ADV will be no later than THURSDAY at 10 AM EST.
  2. Masler

    Masler Walk On

    Aug 13, 2009
    Miami 59

    Virginia 27

    Miami's offense was highly effective today. We kept to a simple 2-3 WR set with the occasional 5 WR set and it proved to work wonders. Virginia also had a potent passing game but found themselves punting more often than not. They were annoying though, all 3 of their offensive TDs came when the QB was getting sacked and throws a SPOT ON TD pass as if he wasn't hit at all. The other cheap TD came when the return man WOULD NOT for the life of me call the fair catch no matter how much I slammed the Y button and of course he fumbles letting UVA take it for a short TD. QB Jamar Young had an excellent game with 6 Total TDs. Unfortunately Storm Johnson had one of his worst games but still managed 2 scores in the red zone when needed, Young would add 2 rushing scores of 27 yards and 50 yards.

    Miami opens up conference play 1-0 and boost their record 2-1. The Canes hit their first road test next week vs Michigan in the Big Outhouse.


    J. Young 23/39, 431 yards, 4 TD, 6 Att, 90 yards, 2 TD

    B. Weber (Freshmen) 9 Rec, 213 yards, 2 TD

    B. Tremblay 7 Rec, 88 yards, TD

    B. Burke 8 Rec, 114 yards

    A. Samuel 7 Tackles, Sack, 3 TFL
  3. Wick36

    Wick36 Welcome to the Jungle

    Jul 14, 2010
    Virginia Tech 44
    Georgia Tech 7

    In a battle of the Techs, the Hokies destroyed the Yellow Jackets.

    On offense, QB Marquis Weber threw for 340 yards. The ground game was ineffective though, only rushing for 15. In a nice change of pace, Weber did not throw a single interception. Despite this, his completion percentage was much lower than normal this game. There were several drops that didn't help this stat.

    The VT defense was dominating, scoring 2 TDs and allowing only 32 rushing yards.

    Next week the Hokies play division foe #2 Florida State. They have a huge advantage as far as talent goes, so the Hokies will need to do everything they can to keep the the Noles within striking distance. It will be interesting to see how QB Weber plays in such a hostile environment. If he gets rattled early, things could get ugly.
  4. Ceewo

    Ceewo Walk On

    Mar 5, 2010
    Boston College 6
    Florida State 37

    FSU relied heavily on our running game and defense. QB Scott Jones struggled with his accuracy most of the game, completing only 50% of his passes. Brendan Marks got the offense going in the 1st quarter when he scored a pair of TD's on a 17 yard pass and a 33 yard run. Player of the game had to be MLB Jeff Luc. Luc had 9 tackles, 3 TFL, 1 sack, 2 FF, and 1 FR. The bad news is we lost starting LB Justin Gipson for 12 weeks. Gipson was a JUCO transfer in the offseason and was looking good. Thankfully we had some depth at the position.

    Next week is a key ACC matchup with FSU hosting VT.

    Key Stats:

    QB Scott Jones 8/16 148 yards 2TD 0INT
    HB Brendan Marks 112 total yards 2TD
    HB Kevin Lester 9 carries 62 yards
    WR Kenny Shaw 2 receptions 68 yards 1TD
    MLB Jeff Luc 9 tackles 3 tfl 1 sack 2 ff 1 fr
    DE Chris Bush 5 tackles 2 tfl 1 sack
    CB Gerald Demps 2 tackles 1 FR 1TD
  5. Hokie Effect

    Hokie Effect Whats a Hokie?

    Jul 4, 2009
    Oregon- 38
    Iowa- 35

    The Ducks hold off a rallying comeback from the Hawkeyes to remain undefeated. Oregon was once again lead by another flawless effort by QB Bennet who threw for 14/17 236yds 3 TD and added another 76yds on the ground. The Ducks did however lose their starting RB for 6 weeks, which couldn't come at a worse time as Oregon travels to USC next week.
  6. Hova

    Hova Live Action. YiYiYi!

    Feb 21, 2009
    woohoo! lol
  7. JCspartan2

    JCspartan2 Sparty Party

    Feb 21, 2009
    Your Welcome....
  8. cnic75

    cnic75 The Legacy

    Feb 21, 2009
    Alabama - 49
    Arkansas - 7

    Alabama opens up SEC play with a convincing victory over Arkansas. The offense dominated while the defense continued to play its signature bend but don't break style. The game plan was to pound the ball in the 1st half and wear the defense out and then air things out in the 2nd half. This worked pretty well. A.J. McCarron and Jamie Ross continued sharing quarterbacking duties. McCarron is used strictly for passing while Ross comes in and runs the option.

    Key Players:

    A.J. McCarron 18-26 293 yards 3 TDs; 5 carries 67 yards
    Nicholas Mitchell 12 carries 115 yards 2 TDs
    Jamie Ross 6 carries 27 yards 1 TD
    Zach Carter 6 catches 148 yards 1 TD
    Joe Parker 5 catches 67 yards 1 TD
    Dwayne Williams 5 tackles; 1 sack
    Nathan Givens 6 tackles; 1 FF
    T.J. Johnson 1 tackle; 1 FR

    Alabama will next host Kentucky in another SEC showdown.
  9. bravejaf

    bravejaf Walk On

    Jul 13, 2009

    Penn State 26
    LSU 24

    After a tough loss in week 2 the Nittany Lions rebounded in week 3 against LSU. This game was back and forth from start to finish. Penn State got things started with a field goal but LSU bounced back in the second quarter with a pair of touchdowns to take a 14-3 lead. The first score was a short rush by FB Dan Bullock and the second score was a long run by Mike Ford. A long drive would end in a touchdown by Curtis Dukes to cut the lead to 4 points. Things would get worse for LSU as they fumbled the kick return. Penn State couldn't score a TD but did cut the lead with a field goal to cap off the half. In the third quarter the defenses would stand tall and the only score was Penn State's 3rd field goal. The 2 point lead would increase to 9 when Penn State broke its first big play of the game. Tight end Kevin Haplea isn't a big play threat in most cases but he flew past the Tiger defenders on one play. The pass from Robert Bolden ended in a 73 yard TD for Haplea. The 9 point lead didn't hold long. LSU drove the field and got a TD. On the next drive Bolden made a bad pass and it was intercepted by LSU defender Will Holley. LSU made the Nittany Lions pay by kicking a field goal and taking a 1 point lead at 24-23. With time left on the clock Penn State needed just a field goal to take the lead. A few big passes by Bolden got Penn State in range and the running game chewed up the clock. Jeremy Harrell made his 4th field goal of the game and Penn State walked out with a 26-24 win.

    Offensive Player of the Game: Robert Bolden 11-19 203 1 TD/1 INT; 8 carries 35 yards

    Defensive Player of the Game: Curtis Garrett 6 tackles 1 fumble forced

    First Quarter
    04:31 FG Penn State Jeremy Harrell K #5 45 yard field goal
    Second Quarter
    06:06 TD LSU Dan Bullock FB #29 1 yard rush
    04:23 TD LSU Mike Ford HB #42 53 yard rush
    01:16 TD Penn State Curtis Dukes HB #26 4 yard rush
    00:15 FG Penn State Jeremy Harrell K #5 27 yard field goal
    Third Quarter
    02:23 FG Penn State Jeremy Harrell K #5 31 yard field goal
    Forth Quarter
    05:59 TD Penn State Kevin Haplea TE #82 73 yard pass from Robert Bolden QB #16
    03:35 TD LSU James Wright WR #24 5 yard pass from Matt McDaniel QB #1
    02:08 FG LSU Dwight Wheatley K #8 25 yard field goal
    00:00 FG Penn State Jeremy Harrell K #5 19 yard field goal
  10. Hova

    Hova Live Action. YiYiYi!

    Feb 21, 2009
    Another close one for LSU, looked like a great game

    I will advance around 9am this morning

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