Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Hova, Mar 12, 2012.
NO user games this week, Lets get this one in ASAP.
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Is there a Dynasty Wire story available for this week? I am curious if I had any signings after week 5.
I assume this isn't correct.....
# Cal 7 14 3 7 160 191
# USC 7 14 7 3 3 34
Not unless one TD is worth 160 Pts
Cal Aaron Martin HB #3 4 yard TD (Jeremy Smith K #17 kick)
USC Adam Robinson HB #38 0 yard TD (Trey Campbell K #9 kick)
Cal Jamar McGrew WR #87 46 yard TD from Thomas Berg QB #2 (Jeremy Smith K #17 kick)
USC Adam Robinson HB #38 54 yard TD (Trey Campbell K #9 kick)
USC Jarvis Sampson TE #82 14 yard TD from Josh Wilson QB #2 (Trey Campbell K #9 kick)
Cal Thomas Berg QB #2 50 yard TD (Jeremy Smith K #17 kick)
USC Adam Robinson HB #38 69 yard TD (Trey Campbell K #9 kick)
Cal Jeremy Smith K #17 23 yard FG
Cal Aaron Martin HB #3 67 yard TD (Jim Knox P #4 kick)
USC Trey Campbell K #9 41 yard FG
USC Trey Campbell K #9 38 yard FG
Cal Aaron Martin HB #3 25 yard TD ( # kick)
Ah, the good old 160 point TD
no lol the dynasty wire always messes the score up sometimes
60 percent of the time it works, everytime
Despite the poor play from QB Danny Stuckey again this week, Iowa managed to pull out the win in Camp Randall in a close game with the Badgers. Stuckey started well early in the game but the faltered the rest of it, ending his day with 4 turnovers (3 INT, 1 FUM) and going 6/15 for 129 yards and a TD. The TD was a 57 yard pass to TE Rhema Jordan for the first score of the game to put Iowa up 7-0 in the first quarter (5:47). Wisconsin would get on the board in the second quarter with a 29 yard FG (4:27) to cut the lead to 7-3. Iowa answered back as time expired in the half with their own 19 yard FG and took a 10-3 lead at the half.
The third quarter was a combination of turnovers and punts for the Iowa offense, while the Iowa defense held Wisconsin in check and forced punts of their own most of the quarter. Iowa RB Kevin Singleton finally ended that when he broke a 51 yard TD run and gave Iowa a 17-3 (3:25) in the the third quarter. Wisconsin finally answered as time ran out in the quarter with a 25 yard FG to cut the lead to 17-6 with a quarter to go. A Stuckey turnover to start the fourth put Wisconsin in great position and they answered with a 0 yard TD pass to the FB and cut the lead to 17-12 (6:46) after the two point attempt failed. Singleton once again gave Iowa some breathing room when he broke another TD run, this one from 52 yards out, and gave Iowa the 24-12 lead (4:19). Wisconsin answered right back on the following drive with a 25 yard TD pass that cut the lead to five again at 24-19 (2:36). Iowa would then run out most of the clock and tacked on another TD when HB Dwayne Berry broke a 40 yard run very late to put the score at 31-19.
Singleton was the offense, putting up 210 yards and the pair of TDs, while the defense played well enough most of the game to keep Stuckey's turnovers from killing the Hawkeyes. Next week Iowa heads to Purdue to face the Boilermakers.
The Georgia puppies put together a good effort on offense, led by redshirt freshman Jackson. He passed for 214 yards and 4 touchdowns in this game. He only mistake was third down pick in the redzone. True freshman Lewis, filling in for the injured Herron, had a solid day at halfback. He rushed for 98 yards and a TD. He also caught 3 passes for 40 yards, including a 37 yard TD. The third freshman with a productive day was WR Jess Jones. He caught 2 passes but finished with 90 yards and 2 touchdowns. Elder statesman Paul Jones (SR) caught 2 touchdowns. Georgia's passing attack did a good job spreading the ball around, 8 players had a reception in this game. On defense the Phillips brothers each had 2 sacks from defensive end spots. The Bulldogs also picked off a couple passes.
Next up for Georgia is a much more difficult match against Tennessee. The winner of that match will likely represent the SEC East in the conference championship game. The Volunteers are undefeated and ranked fifth in the country.
#4 Michigan 41
North Carolina 24
Michigan headed to UNC this week and took care of the Tar Heels on the road. QB Tremblay had one of the best games in his career throwing for 5 TDs and no INTs. The Run N Shoot offense was ran to perfection as we were able to move the ball down the field all game and hit on a few big scores. On the defensive side of the ball we have up alot of yardage but had big stops when it counted. Michigan is now 4-1 and has a BYE next week before heading home for the huge rivalry match with little brother MSU.
QB Tremblay 206.3 Rating, 18/31 351 YDS, 5 TDs, 0 INTs
HB Williamson 20 Carries, 82 YDs
WR Joseph 7 rec, 99 YDS, 3 TDs
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After a disappointing loss @ #2 Notre Dame, Alabama narrowly escapes with a win over South Carolina 24-21. Bama QB Dale Weiss is having difficulty taking care of the ball and once again throws 2 interceptions in this one. Sophomore WR Martin Little wins player of the game honors catching 6 passes for 142 yards and a TD. Next week the Crimson Tide take on Vanderbilt and then Ole Miss before squaring off against the #5 Tennessee Volunteers.
LSU - 48
UK - 7
The LSU defense pitched a shutout, with the wildcats only scored on a pick six. Riley threw for over 300, Green rushed for over 150. Richardson had two sacks and a pick, which was returned for a TD. Parker also had sacks. Next week the Tigers will take on the smelly Gators.
Hopefully we will still be ranked numero uno.
Oregon 62 Texas Tech 31 Oregon returned home after their first conference road game, to play the Red Raiders of Texas Tech. Texas Tech fought to see a brief lead in the second quarter leading 17 to 14 but by half time they were down three touchdowns by half time. Texas Tech didn't lay down, they came out and scored two touchdowns in the second half but that wasn't nearly enough to keep up with Oregon's explosive plays this game, which seemed to come one after another.. Offensive MVP: Given to two players for there outstanding performances.. The return game magician is back Cameron Davis racks up 220 yards on 3 returns, including 2 for TD's.. This is the second game this year that he has returned two kickoffs for a touchdown in a single game.. Also receiving the offensive MVP is Marcus Motley for carrying the ball 18 times for 214 yards and two touchdowns, along with 2 catches for 37 yards receiving.. Defensive MVP: Junior CB Jason Wiley, he was all over the field today leading the team with 9 tackles.. Next week is an off week before picking back up with conference play at home against Arizona..
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