Legacy 2014 Week 10

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  1. Hova

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    We are now into week 10. One user game this week so get that thread up. Don't start slackin on the summaries now guys. Let's keep the activity up, were making great progress through this season.


    Game of the Week:

    #20 VA Tech (I Wictorious) @ Miami (Maslerboros16)



    A big ACC matchup that usual results in no defense and high scoring. Masler is just trying to salvage a bowl while Va Tech is looking for that 1st ACC Title. I say masler squeaks out a late win at home.





    Welcome to Week 10!
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    =============== #5 Alabama Crimson Tide (7-1) ===============
    Last week, Alabama won 21-14 against Florida State (6-2).
    This week, the Crimson Tide will host Mississippi State (2-7).
    In recruiting news, the following Alabama targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) LG Dallas Fenner has committed to Alabama
    - (****) WR Jeff Owen has committed to Alabama

    =============== #13 Florida State Seminoles (6-2) ===============
    Last week, Florida State lost 21-14 against Alabama (7-1).
    This week, the Seminoles travel to Raleigh to face the NC State Wolfpack (1-7).
    In recruiting news, the following Florida State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) LOLB Bobby Bailey has committed to Florida State

    =============== #14 Georgia Bulldogs (7-2) ===============
    Last week, Georgia won 37-31 against Florida (6-2).
    This week, the Bulldogs travel to Lexington to face the Kentucky Wildcats (5-3).
    In recruiting news, the following Georgia targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) CB Chris Williamson has committed to Georgia
    - (***) CB Buck Green has committed to Georgia
    - (****) CB Jim Barnes has committed to Tennessee
    - (****) LT Sam Dowdell has committed to Virginia
    - (*****) RT Joe Abrams has committed to Auburn

    =============== #25 Iowa Hawkeyes (5-3) ===============
    Last week, Iowa lost 38-31 against Michigan (4-4).
    This week, the Hawkeyes are idle.
    In recruiting news, the following Iowa targets have announced their decisions:
    - (*****) RT Joe Abrams has committed to Auburn
    - (****) TE Tommy Smith has committed to Iowa
    - (****) WR Ethan Holt has committed to Iowa

    =============== #17 LSU Tigers (6-2) ===============
    Last week, LSU won 61-17 against Vanderbilt (0-9).
    This week, the Tigers are idle.
    In recruiting news, the following LSU targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) MLB Damien Carter has committed to Navy
    - (****) LG Tanard Brown has committed to Pittsburgh
    - (****) HB Courtney Bennett has committed to LSU
    - (***) QB Sam Newman has committed to LSU
    - (***) CB Tim Burns has committed to LSU
    - (***) RT Tony Simon has committed to LSU
    - (***) WR Mike Smith has committed to LSU

    =============== Miami Hurricanes (2-5) ===============
    Last week, Miami lost 43-42 against North Carolina (6-2).
    This week, the Hurricanes will host #20 Virginia Tech (4-3).
    In recruiting news, the following Miami targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) SS Chad Hill has committed to USF
    - (***) CB Bobby Cowan has committed to Miami
    - (***) SS Eddie Robinson has committed to Miami
    - (****) RE Ryan Thomas has committed to Virginia Tech

    =============== Michigan Wolverines (4-4) ===============
    Last week, Michigan won 38-31 against Iowa (5-3).
    This week, the Wolverines will host Northwestern (3-3).
    In recruiting news, the following Michigan targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) FS Mike Hill has committed to Northwestern
    - (****) RT Michael Long has committed to Stanford
    - (****) LT Sam Dowdell has committed to Virginia
    - (****) ROLB Kasey Murray has committed to Boston College

    =============== #3 Oregon Ducks (9-0) ===============
    Last week, Oregon won 49-35 against Stanford (3-4).
    This week, the Ducks are idle.
    In recruiting news, the following Oregon targets have announced their decisions:
    - (*****) WR Ronnie Williams has committed to Texas
    - (****) MLB Douglas Chandler has committed to Oregon
    - (****) CB James Dorsey has committed to Oregon

    =============== #1 Penn State Nittany Lions (8-0) ===============
    Last week, Penn State won 34-0 against Illinois (3-4).
    This week, the Nittany Lions travel to West Lafayette to face the Purdue Boilermakers (1-5).
    In recruiting news, the following Penn State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) LOLB Dan Gooden has committed to Penn State
    - (****) WR Kevin Richards has committed to Penn State
    - (****) SS John Whitlock has committed to Penn State

    =============== #15 UCLA Bruins (6-2) ===============
    Last week, UCLA won 59-21 against Arizona (2-4).
    This week, the Bruins will host Cal (4-3).

    =============== #2 USC Trojans (7-0) ===============
    Last week the Trojans were idle.
    This week, the Trojans will host Arizona (2-4).

    =============== #20 Virginia Tech Hokies (4-3) ===============
    Last week, Virginia Tech won 41-31 against Boston College (6-3).
    This week, the Hokies travel to Miami to face the Miami Hurricanes (2-5).
    In recruiting news, the following Virginia Tech targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) ROLB Mike Collier has committed to Virginia Tech
    - (****) RE Ryan Thomas has committed to Virginia Tech
    - (****) HB Marcus McGee has committed to Virginia Tech



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  2. Big Suge Knight

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    NW. 33
    Michigan. 49

    After it's game against Iowa the Wolverines continued their homestand against Big Ten foe Northwestern guarding against a hangerover effect. Despite their coaches numerous pleas throughout the week the Team came out flatter than Kansas giving up the ball twice inside it's own twenty yard line and not wrapping any ball carrier wearing purple. Starting QB Devin Gardner was injured late in the first quarter and in came Alan Martin to provide all the spark the team needed to dig itself out a 20-0 hole. Martin threw for 456 yards an 5 TDs as Michigan ourselves NW 49 to 13 in the last three quarters. Martin will stay in the lineupfor at least the last month of the season as Gardner is out at least that timeframe. Maybe Martin can right the ship and have the Wolverines peaking at the right time.
     
  3. Wick36

    Wick36 Welcome to the Jungle

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    Great week for recruiting!
     
  4. Ceewo

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    I didnt know VT recruited HB's :)
     
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  5. Wick36

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    I may use more of a pro style offense next season if I get some good progression out of my linemen.
     
  6. Hova

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    USC 49
    Arizona 20


    USC hosted the C rated Arizona at home and demolished them with the run game. Baxter ran for 294 YDS and 3 TDs in 3 quarters of play before being sent to the bench. He ended the 3rd with a 62 YD run to the house. QB Stanley only passed a few times finding his favorite target Prater for 3 TDs. The USC offense was too much and the defense played great for most of the game. USC heads to the Autzen Zoo next week for the biggest matchup of the Pac-10 season. Both teams are undefeated and looking for a stronghold on the conference. Can USC make it 5 in a row?
     
  7. Wick36

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    Predicting a USC win by 2 scores. :(
     
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    Virginia Tech 62
    Miami 35

    The Hokies really stepped up their game big time against conference opponent Miami.

    The game started with Miami driving down the field until their drive stalled and they were forced to punt. Their coverage team got down the field quickly and made a great play to down the ball at the five. On their second play with the ball, WR Brent Cameron went in motion and did a post route. Weber made a spot on pass and was able to get around the safety in a deep zone and outrun everyone for a 93 yard TD. On the next drive, Miami was driving again, until Harris threw a pick to MLB Chris Ryan. On the first play, Cameron scored a 58 yard TD on a middle screen. It looked as though the game might be getting out of hand, but the Canes rallied back with a TD to end the first quarter.

    On the ensuing kick off, the Hokies fumbled, giving Miami great field position. They did not waste the opportunity and scored a TD a few plays later. Virginia Tech was not about to lay down lightly. On the next kick off, Senior EL Smiling returned it 89 yards for a TD. Miami had another methodical drive which was capped off by a TD. Tech continued with the big plays, keeping ahead of the Hurricanes with a drive spurred by a 40 yard half back screen play. Miami moved the ball down the field again, and looked like they were going to take enough time off the clock so the Hokies would not be able to score. However, Smiling had a nice return, and Tech went into the half with a 35-28 league.

    Crazy half time stat: Virginia Tech plays - 12 Miami Plays - 48

    Darryl Hicks, who was been injured for the past several weeks, got the starting nod at the half despite a great performance by Weber. The offense moved down the field, with a drive capped off with a Hicks rush for a TD. Brent Cameron saved him on one of his throws, however. He threw it behind him on a drag route right to a Miami defender. However, Cameron reached back and made a great one handed catch to save the play. Tech recorded the only other score in the 3rd after a fumble recovery off of a sack.

    With the 17 point deficit, Miami was forced into some poor throws. A pick 6 and another interception that lead to a field goal pretty much put the game out of reach for the Canes.

    Players of the Game

    Marquis Weber - 15-18, 327 yards, 5 TDs
    In his playing time this season and last season, he has struggled mightily with his accuracy. Today, his throws were pretty much spot on he had some great success, showing why he was on the top of a lot of Heisman lists to start the season. Coach Killernuts may have a tough time deciding who to start next week if Weber has a good week of practice.

    Brent Cameron - 8 catches, 213 yards, 2 TDs
    He had two really big plays, and also had some key catches down the stretch of the game. However, he received a stress fracture in his foot and will miss at least two weeks, which includes a key game against #18 North Carolina. The Hokies will certainly be careful with his as they need him at full strength if they want to win the ACC Championship.

    Chris Ryan - 8 Tackles, 1 INT
    He was all over the field and had a key interception. Doesn't get much better than that!


    Next week Virginia Tech plays Wake Forest. At this point, they've all but wrapped up a bid to play Florida State in the ACC Championship game. Currently, the Hokies are 0-2 against the Seminoles under coach Killernuts. However, both games came down to the wire.





    Miami Virginia Tech
    1st Downs 37 16
    3rd down efficiency 70 60
    4th down efficiency 0 0
    Total Yards 618 580
    Passing 491 372
    Completion Attempts 37 - 57 18 - 22
    Yards Per Pass 8.61 16.91
    Rushing Attempts 14 16
    Yards Per Rush 4.57 1.69
    Turnovers 5 1
    Fumbles Lost 2 1
    Interceptions Thrown 3 0
    Possession 15:27 12:33
     
  9. Ceewo

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    FSU 63
    NC ST 24

    Not much of a contest as FSU jumped out to a 56-7 halftime lead. All starters were pulled before the half and we were forced to shut down several drives to avoid going over the scoring cap. A lot of the young guys got a chance to play. FR CB Nash had a pass deflection and 2 FR, 1 for a TD. Chris Bush had 3 sacks in less than 2 quarters of play and may just best his phenomenal freshman season stats. HB Kevin Lester had 2 rushing TD's and added a punt return for a TD. I like to see that kind of a bounce back after the loss to Alabama, even if it is against NC State.
     
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    Penn State 44
    Purdue 21

    Turnovers cost Purdue this game the Boilermakers dug themselves into a hole on the first play of the game. The Purdue kick returner fumbled the ball and Marcus Jenkins scooped it for the score. Purdue would lose 2 additional fumbles in this game and they also tossed a pick. On the other side of the ball Penn State offense had an up-and-down game. Rob Bolden passed for 367 yards but he completed just over 50% of his pass attempts, 17 of 33. Bolden also tossed a pick in this game and that was not the only turnover by Penn State. The offense and special teams unit each lost a fumble in this game. In the end Penn State was too talented for this Purdue team and Bolden finished with a solid stat line. He threw for a touchdown and ran for 2 additional touchdowns. Shawney Kersey was his favorite target with 5 catches and 163 yards receiving. Silas Redd also caught 5 passes and he finished with 108 yards receiving. Redd also caught the lone Penn State passing touchdown.

    First Quarter
    06:54 TD Penn State Marcus Jenkins FS #45 13 yard fumble
    03:21 FG Penn State Jeremy Harrell K #5 41 yard field goal
    00:06 TD Penn State Robert Bolden QB #16 20 yard rush
    Second Quarter
    03:18 TD Purdue Reggie Pegram HB #21 1 yard rush
    01:57 FG Penn State Jeremy Harrell K #5 38 yard field goal
    00:58 TD Penn State Robert Bolden QB #16 9 yard rush
    Third Quarter
    04:34 TD Penn State Larry Robertson LE #95 72 yard fumble
    Forth Quarter
    06:26 TD Purdue Sean Moore WR #84 13 yard pass from Sean Robinson QB #10
    05:08 TD Penn State Silas Redd WR #25 12 yard pass from Robert Bolden QB #16
    01:42 TD Purdue Zach Shelton WR #88 16 yard pass from Sean Robinson QB #10
    00:30 FG Penn State Jeremy Harrell K #5 51 yard field goal
     
  11. Hova

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    We ready to advance?
     
  12. abolishthefed

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    Not yet, I'll get my game in now.
     
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    #14 Georgia 38
    Kentucky 0

    The Georgia defense was the star in this one, holding Kentucky to 48 total yards and 1 1st down. The first down was gained in the 4th quarter against the backup defense. So QB Zach Brown continued his onslaught, throwing 3 more TDs in 3 quarters of work. Sr HB Ken Malcome finished with 136 yards and 2 TD in limited time.

    Georgia locked up the SEC East title and will face rival Auburn in the final SEC tune-up before the title game.
     

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