Legacy 2016 Week 9

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  1. Hova

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    We are now in week 9. One user game this week.


    Game of the Week:

    #3 Alabama (Murkya) @ #8 Tennessee (Gwill)




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  2. Wick36

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    LSU - 44
    MSU - 0

    The defense definitely dominated in this game. The Bulldogs were held to a terrible 63 yards of total offense. The LSU offense wasn't stellar, but they were able to pick up 213 on the ground and 174 through the air. Abrams got 3 sacks on the day. Mullins forced a fumble on a sack. Parker only had 1 sack, which was his only tackle, but he played really well - he hurried several throws and created a lot of penetration.
     
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    #2 Michigan 45
    Minnesota 0


    Michigan went into Minny today and destroyed the gophers putting up over 500 yards of offense and only allowing 150. FR HB Williamson had a huge career day rushing for 309 yards and 3 TDs on 17 carries. The gophers were pathetic unable to stop NOTHING on the ground. Late in the game we have to use TE's, WRs, and Olineman at HB because we are so thin due to injuries. The 40 rated HBs were still able to move the ball on the gopher defense. We head to Illinois next weekend to take on the Fighting Illini.
     
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  5. RyanC

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  6. BigKing

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    Washington 62
    Cal 21

    Washington came out today and put up some points, however they still stink. Matt Swan threw for over 500 yards and 5 tds. Sophomore receiver Tim Culp set an NCAA record by getting injured 5 separate times in the game, but still managed to eclipse the 100 yard mark with a score. The Husky run game looked as it always does, poor and non-existent. Jabar Cunningham led they way with 35 yards rushing. Defensively Washington came up with some big plays and gave up some big plays.
     
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    FML, the game just froze while exiting.
     
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    #6 Iowa 24
    #15 Wisconsin 20

    Iowa went into a hostile environment at Camp Randall and came out with a four point victory over the Badgers. Neither team was able to put up any points in the first quarter and just ended up punting on each possession. The Badgers started a drive on their own five yardline though and went into the second quarter and got on the board first with a 10 yard TD pass to cap off the 95 yard drive to go up 7-0. Iowa went three and out on their next possession and punted the ball back to Wisconsin on their six yardline. The Badgers then ran two plays and quickly got out to their own twenty, when on the third play the second stringer HB Ricks (he played all game due to injury) busted a 80 yard TD run and gave them a 14-0 lead with 3:24 left in the half. Iowa answered with a decent drive but only managed a 29 yard FG to cut the lead to 14-3 with 1:40 left. Wisconsin went right back down the field and got their own 24 yard FG to go back up by 14 points at 17-3. Two big plays by the Hawkeye offense, the first a 40 some yard pass to WR Brian Pino got them deep into Wisconsin territory, the next got them into the endzone for the first time. QB Adam Reese connected with TE Jerod Williams for a 22 yard TD pass to cut the lead to 17-10 at the half.

    Iowa did nothing with the ball on their first possession of the second half but neither did the Badgers. Iowa did put together a solid drive next that was highlighted by a 4 yard dump pass to #2 TE Rheema Jordan who bounced off his tackler and rumbled 20 yards to the 1 yardline. That setup a TD run by #3 HB Josh Young who was in all game for #2 Dwayne Berry who went out for the game with a concussion. With the score tied 17-17 going into the fourth quarter Iowa finally started playing like they should play.

    Wisconsin answered first in the fourth quarter with a 20 yard FG to go up 20-17 with 6:12 left in the game. Iowa responded with a great drive that ended with a nice 16 yard TD pass from Reese to WR Sylvester Johnson to take their first lead 24-17 with 2:44 left. The Badgers then went three and out and punted from deep in their territory. Iowa got a couple of first downs and made them burn their timeouts and were able to run out the clock for the win.

    Iowa's defense played poorly until the fourth quarter, getting gashed by Ricks who had 21 carries for 189 yards and the long TD, and their passing game was effective going 11/19 for 166 and the TD pass. Iowa's rushing attack picked up in the second half and Young was able to go 20 carries for 139 yards and his TD, while Reese went 10/19 for 214 yards and 2 passing TDs. Williams had a big day receiving with 6 receptions for 117 yards and a TD.
     
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    lol it was bad
     
  11. gwill

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    Tennessee 31
    Alabama 17

    After losing his job to freshman QB Caleb Hester week 1, senior QB Steve Williams wondered if he would get the chance to win the job back. After a solid performance in a losing effort against Georgia, Williams got his opportunity against the Tide and he didn't disappoint. He also was helped by the Volunteer defense forcing 3 turnovers.

    The Tennessee offense seemed to be in a groove all game especially in the passing game, Steve Williams was 21-32 for 285 yards and 3 TDs. He also had 8 carries for 23 yards and TD on the ground. The Volunteer O started quick, scoring on their 4th play from scrimmage on a 50 yard TD to Walter Paris. The Tide would then respond with a 28 yd FG. Tennessee would respond with a 16 yard TD pass to Jason Whitlock, capping a 15 play drive spanning nearly two quarters. Tennessee would end the half with a 34 yd FG. In the 3rd quarter Alabama would take advantage of a breakdown in coverage and score on a 51 yard TD pass. The Vols would respond towards the end of the quarter with a 3 yard TD run. In the 4th, Alabama scored on 54 yard TD pass on a play where there was 3 Tide receivers and only 1 Volunteer defender. Feeling the pressure and hoping to run some clock, Steve would throw his 3rd and most important TD pass to his favorite target, Andrew Woodard, who had 6 catches for 110 yards. Alabama would drive down the field, taking the ball into Volunteer territory when the Vols would force an Int, and then run out the clock.
     
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    ASU - 21
    Oregon - 20

    It looked grim for the Sun Devils after being dominated completely by the Ducks for the first three quarters and taking a 20-7 lead. However the Devils were not going to go down without a fight, and first year starter Richie Vinson kicked into overdrive, leading the team on two scoring drives in the last 2:49 seconds of the game. The first touchdown came on a 5 yard screen to receiver M. Ferguson. After giving the ball back to the Ducks, the defense would hold on a 3rd and 1, allowing Vinson a shot at victory. Vinson took the chance, and on a 4th and 3 from the Oregon 5 with eight seconds left, this happened:



    The play gave the Sun Devils a huge win over a top 10 team.

    Stats

    Passing
    R. Vinson - 23/47, 295 yds, 2 TD/0 INT, Rush TD

    Rushing
    L. Peterson - 10 att, 76 yds

    Receiving
    S. James - 9 rec, 81 yds, TD
    B. Carrington - 5 rec, 90 yds
    P. Brady - 4 rec, 28 yds
    M. Ferguson - 3 rec, 51 yds, TD
    A. McMillan - 2 rec, 45 yds
     
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