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We are now in week 7. 2 user games this week.
NExt ADV No later than MON at 9 PM EST
Scoreless in the first quarter this Pac 12 game was certainly worth the price of admission. Washington got on the board first with a short run by Cooper, but that was it. The Sundevils contained the nations top passing offense for most of the game. They knocked Miles out for a series then forced a pick thrown by the Washington backup. The Huskies' next series would end in a fumble. ASU meanwhile was clicking on offense, seemingly unstoppable they put 19 unanswered points on the scoreboard. Then thats when Cyler Miles officially checked back into the game. After a looooonnng score thrown byMichael Eubank Miles answered with a long TD toss of his own.
The Husky defense would make some huge plays forcing a some special teams action by the Sun Devils. Passing was the norm for most of the game but on the last drive they chose to pound the ball some to work on the clock. This not only paid off but the mix of run ans pass lead to this go ahead TD by Miles.
With fewer than 2 minutes remaining on the clock Arizona State had a shot the take the lead, it would all end on a Eubanks interception Game Time!!Good Game abolishthefed
Sounds like it was a good game.
vs. 38-14 Sr RB Lasco Runs for 222 yards and 4 Touchdowns
The Beavers came into a game where they were simply over-matched. Cal was able to intercept the Beaver's on their two opening possessions converting short fields on both for touchdowns for RB Lasco. By the end of the first quarter the score for 21-0 and Lasco had already scored three times. Since QB Boehm has been struggling as of late, and starting QB Brown was still injured, the impact of RB Lasco was important.
Cal utilized a lot of counters and mis-directons as OSU was a very anxious defense that often blitzed and committed early on running plays. On the day RB Lasco carried the ball for 222 yards (season high) and 4 touchdowns (season high) on 31 carries.
The defensive line also had another impact game. Since RE Barr has been just dominating Pac 12 defenses Coach Fmode made a few depth chart changes to get some young guys on the field. Coach Fmode moved the other Sr end Puka Lopa and also gave a starter position to stand out recruit from last year Fr RE Caleb Clark. Lopa came out attacking and accounted for 5 tackles, 3 sacks and 1 forced fumble in the replacement start. Not to be left off the stat sheet, in a reserve role, LE Barr still managed to still get 2 tackles and 1 sack. Adding to the defensive pressure that Cal is becoming infamous for they also were able to intercept OSU twice. Both coming early in the first quarter, as mentioned, and putting Cal in the redzone to start two of their first three possessions that all resulted in running touchdowns by Lasco.
Note: Oregon State converted a fake FG at the end of the first half for their first touchdown against Cal in 2 years! See dynasty wire for highlight (bastards )
Next week #15 Cal (6-1, 4-0) hosts rival UCLA with a lot of recruits making visits. The depth chart could start to fill up over the next several weeks as Cal plays 3 rivals in their last 5 games.
Lol, fake fg eh? That's funny stuff.
I couldn't believe it. I've now seen the CPU fake both a FG and PUNT recently. CPU coaches pulling out all the tricks.
I've seen fake punts, but not a fake Fg, lol
Go on the wire - I uploaded the replay. After looking at their kicker I should have seen this coming with the distance FG they were lining up for.
Sweet, I'll, go check it.
Pesky Boston College Proves a Challenge to the #5 Yellow Jackets The Boston College Eagles traveled to Atlanta for a conference game that many thought would be an easy win for the ACC leaders. The Yellow Jackets definitely were a focused bunch, and Coach Gyrene made sure they didn't over look the Eagles this week in practice; and it's a good thing, because the Eagles played some tenacious defense. Georgia Tech is still without their best offensive player, Broderick Snoddy, and the Eagles made sure that the JR Quarterback, would have to beat them with their arm. In the first half it was a defensive clinic, as both teams combined for only 3 points. The third quarter finally saw some points as Justin Thomas was able to hit Roosevelt Jones, on a slant pattern that went 79 yards for a touchdown. The Eagles seemed invigorated with their backs against the wall and mounted two consecutive drives on the Tech defense. The break, but don't bend style worked as both times they made it to the redzone, but were forced to kick a field goal. With the score 10-6, Coach Gyrene knew it was anyone's ball game. He called a good series and the offense executed it and scored the second touchdown on the day with another Thomas pass to wideout Chris Russel. The Eagles were able to finally see paydirt, but were unsuccessful on the two point conversion attempt. They failed on the onside kick, and Georgia Tech got out of there with a win. Georgia Tech improves to 6-0 on the season as they face a very difficult non-conference opponent next wee Gngsta4Lyphe __________________________________________
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