Legacy 2016 Week 3

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  1. Hova

    Hova Live Action. YiYiYi!

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    We are now into week 3. 2 user games this week. Get er donee. BIG BLUEEEE


    Game of the Week:

    #3 Iowa (Unclehoe) @ #14 Washington (BigKing)






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  2. MurkYa21

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    My game froze with 5:06 left in the fourth, god damnit. I'm up 51-3 to Kentucky, having a perfect game.
     
  3. MurkYa21

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    #4 Bama wins over Kentucky - 52-7

    The Alabama Crimson Tide have certainly gotten off to a good start, averaging over 50 points in their three victories. The offense was able to go down and score on their first possession, but this time it was redshirt Freshman Brian Harris completing a 12 yard TD pass to Freshman WR Martin Little. After completing 4 of 5 passes for 69 yards, redshirt Senior QB Todd Price was injured and sat the rest of the game from taking a sack.

    After that, it was redshirt Senior HB Adam Jones and Sophomore WR Jason Jones alternating scores to give Bama a 35-0 advantage. Kentucky's lone score came on a 75 yard pass play where Heisman hopeful, Senior CB John Archer, was burned plus a missed tackle by redshirt Junior FS Jonathan Smith. However, Archer was able to extend his interception streak to three games and now has 7 interceptions on the season.

    Freshmen led the team on both sides of the ball today, starting with redshirt Freshman QB Brian Harris. Despite throwing one interception, Harris finished the game 21 of 26 for 416 yards with 4 TDs. On defense, former athlete-now strong safety, Johnny Leslie totaled 6 tackles (5 solo), 2 tackles for loss, and a deflection.

    Redshirt Senior HB Adam Jones eclipsed the 100 yard mark for the first time this season rushing for 107 yards on 14 carries with 2 TDs. Sophomore WR Jason Jones and Freshman WR Martin Little each caught 8 passes with 2 TDs; Jones totaled 172 yards while Little totaled 149.

    Damn you Kentucky!
     
  4. MoonBBad

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    #5 Notre Dame 24
    #13 Nebraska 7
    Lincoln, NE -- Despite the score, Notre Dame struggled to get it going throughout this game. The Irish were able, however, to open up the scoring when Caleb Gold caught a 44 yard touchdown pass from Reggie Williams. Nebraska was able to answer right back with a 46 yard TD run by HB Martin Ryan which gashed the Irish defense. After that point, the Irish were able to shut out their opponents for the remainder of the game. Cliff Williams caught a 55 yard TD at the end of the second quarter to make the score 14-7 Irish at the half. The Irish scored on their next drive at the start of the third quarter by another huge pass from QB Reggie Williams, this time finding TE Brett Wiggins who was able to make some defenders miss and took it 62 yards to make the score 21-7. Notre Dame's defense continued to play tough, and the Irish grinded the clock out and scored a final field goal with 1:36 left to go in the third to make the game 24-7. The score would hold and the Irish walked away with the win.​
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    QB Reggie Williams 13/21 267 3 TD 1 Int​
     
  5. Wick36

    Wick36 Welcome to the Jungle

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    LSU - 59
    GT - 3

    LSU was able to bounce back after a loss by routing #17 Georgia Tech. Kendall Miller completed 14/20 attempts for 181 yards and 2 TDs. Brandon Thomas ran for 133 yards on just 10 carries. Ray Green had 3 TDs and 83 yards. Receiver Brad Smith had his best game to date, catching 6 catches for 54 yards. William Seward added a TD by breaking a WR mid screen for big yards. Defensively, Ted Richardson led the defense in tackles, making plays all over with 9 tackles. John Cantrell had 8 tackles and 2 interceptions. The slow developing play action allowed Eric Fulton to grab 3 sacks. Senior return man cashed in his first kick return for a TD of the year and did fairly well in the punt return game as well.
     
  6. MurkYa21

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    yaaaawn....
     
  7. Wick36

    Wick36 Welcome to the Jungle

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    We're just waiting for ASU/Georgia.
     
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  8. MoonBBad

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  9. uncleho

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    #14 Washington 3
    #3 Iowa 20

    A poor offensive showing by both teams in this game, especially at quarterback, led to the defensive standoff most of the game. Only turnovers and Iowa's run game put them in position to put points on the board and get the big win at home. Iowa got the ball first and was moving down the field on the back of HB Kevin Singleton but got themselves into a 3rd down situation. QB Adam Reese threw a poor pass on a deep out to TE Jerod Williams that didn't even look like an out route and it was intercepted by Washington at the Iowa 45 yardline and returned inside the 15 yardline. Iowa's defense held strong and forced a field goal that gave Washington a 3-0 lead with 4:45 to go in the first quarter. Iowa's next possession came and saw Singleton take the handoff on a power run, get caught up in the hole, then break it for a 61 yard TD run on a well blocked play to take the lead 7-3. The second quarter would see more Iowa interceptions and punts by both teams and the halftime score remained 7-3 Iowa. Reese was sacked 3 times and threw 3 interceptions in the first half but the Hawkeye defense bailed them out, forcing a turnover of their own and a few punts.

    The third quarter was much like the second, more punts and a turnover or two by Washington, it wasn't until late in the quarter when Iowa scored another touchdown. Backup HB Dwayne Berry was giving Singleton a breather when he took a stretch handoff and made a player miss at the line of scrimmage, then went untouched 21 yards for the score and a 14-3 lead with 2:46 left in the third quarter. A Washington turnover on the next drive gave Iowa field position, but, they only managed a 52 yard field goal to extend the lead to 17-3 with 0:18 left in the third. Iowa would tack on one more 49 yard field goal later in the fourth quarter and the game would end 20-3 in their favor.

    Both teams had an awful day throwing the ball with Reese going 6/13 for 72 yards and 3 interceptions. Washington QB M. Swan went 7/21 for 46 yards and 3 interceptions of his own. The difference was Iowa shut out Washington on third down, with the Huskies going 0/8, while Iowa only managed to go 4/11 on third down. It was enough to get some points on the board. The Iowa defense also held Washington to 70 yards of total offense and Iowa had about double the time of possession thanks to Singleton rushing for 176 yards on 29 carries and his touchdown run.

    gg BigKing
     

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