Legacy 2015 Week 12

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  1. Hova

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    We are now into week 12. Only a few games this week and no user games so it should be a quick one. Make sure your boards are updated.


    Game of the Week:

    #3 Nebraska @ #12 Florida St (Ceewo)











    Next ADV no later than monday at noon EST
     
  2. abolishthefed

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    Kentucky 20
    #2 Georgia 28

    This game was a struggle throughout. Kentucky's RB broke about 20 tackles and their QB was tough on 3rd down. Georgia did enough to win. QB Zach Brown threw for 3 TD on 16 pass attempts.
     
  3. Hova

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    USC 38
    Arizona 0

    USC headed to Tucson, Zona to take on the wildcats where Coach Hova has never lost in his career. Nothing changed today as USC mopped them up with stout defense and a strong performance by QB Stanley who was unstoppable in the option running for 138 YDS and 2 TDS. He also had a nice TD connection with WR Alcarez. USC hosts Oregon next week at home for the annual shootout. Looking to win a 6th straight Pac-10 title.
     
  4. Wick36

    Wick36 Welcome to the Jungle

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    Lol, I had the same problem with Virginia this week. Their running back was a mix between Barry Sanders and Jesus.
     
  5. cnic75

    cnic75 The Legacy

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    Alabama - 63
    Auburn - 13

    Alabama made easy work of Auburn in the annual Iron Bowl meeting. Jamie Ross was given the day off and Ryan Horn filled in nicely. He completed 13 of 21 passes for 142 yards and 3 TDs. Adam Brown led the rushing attack with 102 yards on only 9 carries with 2 TDs. True freshmen Juan Ward came in late and made a good impression. He had a long TD run of 56 yards and finished the day with 69 rushing yards. Matt Miles continues to be the go to receiver. He caught 6 balls for 93 yards and 1 TD. Senior TE Joe Parker also had a good day receiving. He made 5 catches for 55 yards and 1 TD. Reserve HB Joe Townes had a big day returning kicks. He took a kickoff and returned it 91 yards for a score.
     
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    Going on to play now.
     
  8. Hova

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    Alright, I have to leave for work in exactly an hour so hopefully I can make an advance before
     
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    Wisconsin came out intent on pushing the ball down the field on the ground and they were successful on their first drive, as the Badgers moved the ball down inside the Michigan 20 yard line. Wisconsin had Michigan on its heels when Kevin Reddick jumped in front of a seemingly open Wisconsin receiver and despite not being able to capitalize on the turnover, Michigan was able turn the field position back in tis favor. Isaac Phillips played well in his first start putting up 197 yards and throwing for a touchdown to TE Trent Williams. Michigan next plays the school from Columbus at the Big House in the hotly contested rivalry in what should be interesting game after last years multiple OT thriller won by OSU.
     

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