LV Season 3 Game Summaries

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  1. systemhead

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    Started off slowly for Miami with QB Ryan Williams throwing a pick on the opening series, but the Miami defense was strong and forced a punt. Later in the first quarter the scoring began with a TD pass to WR Angelo Jean Lewis. The Canes never looked back. Huge 2nd QTR for Williams and Co. who connected on 3 TD passes in the frame, with Miami's Special Teams forcing a fumble on a kick return that they brought back for 6. It was 38-0 at the half and the Miami second string played the entire second half.
     
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    Welcome to the SEC!! Buckeyes steamroll Mississippi State.
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    Coach Burr and his Buckeyes did not fail to impress the fans of the SEC as they walked right into Starkville and handed the Bulldogs a second consecutive loss to start the season. The Buckeyes were clicking on all cylinders from the get go as Braxton Miller led the offense up and down the field at will while the defense picked up where they left off and included 2 interceptions. Braxton Miller had all of his 4 TD passes in the first half and seemingly has shown his maturity at the quarterback position. Coach Burr played most of his reserves late in the game and all in the 4th quarter. "We played about as well as we could have in a season opener, but we can't rely on this there are things we can improve on. Our pass rush needs to get better, we also missed some tackles today. All in all a good start". The Buckeyes will open up the "Shoe next week vs North Carolina.​
    Braxton Miller: 15/20 292 Yds 4 TD 41 rush
    Rod Smith: 17 Att 63 Yds 1 TD
    Devin Smith: 5 Rec 149 Yds 2 TD
     
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    Buckeyes survive scare in home opener.
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    Ohio State played host to North Carolina in their home opener and got all they asked for in this one. NC executed a game plan that gave them the best chance at an upset. NC and there rough and tough defense brought it all game over loading the line of scrimmage and making the Buckeye offense uncomfortable all day long. Braxton Miller was sacked 5 times including a safety while bottling up the run game. There is no doubt both defenses dominated the trenches today as big plays were seemingly the only way to get the ball moving. As difficult as it may sound, the Buckeye defense matched wits and even surpassed the play of NC. State recorded 7 sacks of there own while forcing 2 interceptions. As stated, big plays was the name of the game offensively as both offenses had their moments with 40+ yard gains. It was smash mouth, hard hitting old school football at it's finest. In the end Ohio State did enough to survive a scare of a very underrated team. "Historically NC gives me fits and it continued today. Offensively we played OKAY, we need to hold blocks better and give Braxton and Rod some time to work out of the back field when defenses play us this way. Defensively we did a hell of a lot better at rushing the quarterback but we need to get back to making consistent tackles and not allowing the big play. It's early, were not going to be where we need to be in week 3. When our offense can support our defense were very tough to beat. I'm just glad we go out of there with a win. We have a chance to improve on some things next week when Kent State rolls into town."
    Braxton Miller: 14/20 312 Yds 3 TD
    Rod Smith: 17 Att 54 Yds
    Devin Smith: 2 Rec 112 Yds 1 TD
    Matt McCoy: 1 Rec 59 Yds 1 TD
    Nick Vannet: 2 Rec 26 Yds 1 TD
     
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    Clemson Outguns Seminoles in SEC Debut
    (Tallahassee, FL) - Both Florida State and Clemson were making their SEC debuts on Saturday in a much anticipated match-up. The visiting Clemson Tigers are coming off a very poor season in which they finished 5-7 and did not attend a bowl game. The Seminoles crowd was raucous and ready for this one, the prime-time game on a Saturday night brought a packed house full of anticipation and excitement. These two high-powered offenses are probably more of the exciting two in college football right now, but it would be the defenses that were tested on this day.
    Clemson used a balanced attack of passing and running the football as they ran the ball 34 times for 100 yards and passed the ball 27 times for 402 yards. Obviously the holes were hard to find in that tough Seminoles front seven, but the run set up the pass as Clemson QB's Kelly and Stoudt would both throw for touchdowns in this one. Stoudt, the starter for the 2013 season had 21 completions on 26 attempts and threw for 373 yards and 2 touchdowns. He also ran the ball 14 times for 9 yards and a touchdown. Sammy Watkins the heralded All-American WR for the Tigers caught 8 passes for 149 yards and a touchdown.
    Florida State's C. Trickett would struggle finding his receivers in this one as he only connected 8 times on 20 attempts. Not sure whether it was a case of color-blindness or just nerves which forced the inexperienced starter into a career high 5 INT's thrown. 5 different Clemson defenders would come out of this one with picks and set the tone for the game. A 36 yard field goal from veteran kicker Pinion with time expiring before the half would give the Tigers a 9 point advantage going into half and that is as close as the Seminoles would get in this one the rest of the way.
    Big time runs from 3 yards out by Stoudt and 10 yards out by Howard, combined with a 35 yard TD snag by Watkins would allow the Tigers to outscore State 21-6 in the 2nd half and put the Tigers at 1-0 on the season as well as record their first victory in the SEC. The Tigers have the Alabama Crimson Tide at home next week in what should be a Top 25 match-up. The Florida State Seminoles will take on the Arkansas Razorbacks at home again as the look for their first win on the season.
     
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    Clemson Survives Bama Barn Burner 42-38
    (Kingstree, SC) - The Alabama Crimson Tide can be an intimidating figure in any setting in college football, and it appeared they were just that on Saturday as the rolled into South Carolina. The 20th ranked Tide felt that Clemson had it too easy last week in their SEC debut, and looked pretty determined to give Clemson their first SEC loss and first loss overall on the season. The Tide, using the play-action passing and screen game to perfection was able to race ahead to a solid 24-16 lead against the Tigers and looked as they were well on their way.​
    The Tigers, would poured it on against Florida State last week in scoring 44 points were unable to find the offensive mojo in this one...as many teams usually do against the heralded Kirby Smart defense. It really looked as though momentum was all on Alabama's side as they were able to score on a 75 yard pass play to Jones and then 10 seconds later were able to force a fumble on a scrambling Stoudt and score from 20 yards out on the return. Within 10 second the Tide had turned a 13-10 deficit into a 24-13 lead.​
    Jones would score once again in the 3rd quarter from 48 yards out, the Tide used the TE streak route to perfection in this one as Jones had only 4 catches but 173 yards and 2 touchdowns. No receiver or running back had more than 42 yards receiving...except for another TE B. Vogler who had 2 catches (1 TD) and 61 yards of his own. Stoudt, who may well be headed towards many people's Heisman boards after this performance, had 432 yards through the air and also threw for 4 touchdowns. Just in case you thought this kid was one-dimensional he also had 72 yards on the ground on 9 carries (1 TD).​
    After Vogler's 31 yard touchdown grab that put the Tide up 38-29 with just 5:58 left to play it was all Clemson the rest of the way. Sammy Watkins would score from 34 yards out just 21 seconds later that would pull the Tigers within 3 points. After forcing the Tide to punt, the Tigers would once again strike quickly with a Peake 13 yard touchdown catch and the XP would would make the score 42-38 with 3:50 on the clock.​
    The young, inexperienced Alabama QB Darby had the stage set before him, like many Tide QB's in the past. How would the youngster do in this primetime moment on the big stage. The Tide used a number of draw plays and short pass plays to eat up yards, but at the same time they found themselves eating away at the clock. With only 28 seconds left and still 37 yards separating the Tide from the end-zone, Darby looked for his TE in this big situation. But it was the Soph. CB Geno Smith (no relation to WVU QB) was the one who made the play, after what seemed like 20 drop interceptions, Smith would make sure and hold on to this one. Snagging the ball out of the air and falling to the turf would allow the Tigers to escape with a W and send the Tide to a 0-1 start. The last time Alabama lost a SEC opener was Sept. 14, 1991, when Florida beat Alabama 35-0 in Gainesville.​
    Next week the Clemson Tigers will take on #9 Georgia (2-0, 1-0) in South Carolina. The Alabama Crimson Tide (0-1, 0-1) will take on Sunbelt powerhouse Florida Atlantic (2-0, 0-0).​
     
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    Clemson Hands Georgia Ol' Fashioned Beating
    (Kingstree, SC) - The Clemson Tigers have apparently adapted to play in the SEC in their short-time being here. The Tigers offense scored early and often against the once intimidating Bulldogs defense, other than a long 51 yard field goal that clipped the left up-right and bounced in the Georgia Bulldogs could not find points. Holding the Bulldogs to only 10 first downs and 174 yards of offense it was obviously the best defensive performance we have seen out of Clemson in the last couple years.​
    Georgia, who was once known for their smash-mouth run it down your throat style of game ran the ball 17 times but was only able to muster 3 yards rushing. Heisman contender Stoudt was once again very successful through the air as he connected on 22 passes, 348 yards, and 5 touchdowns. He also found the endzone rushing for the 3rd consecutive game as he rushed for 58 yards on 15 carries. All-American Sammy Watkins was shutdown early by the Bulldogs defense and suffered a sprained MCL and will miss at least 1 more game. However the underrated Peake would step up for a big game catching 147 yards on 7 catches and 2 touchdowns.​
    Senior LB Stephone Anthony was handed the game ball as the veteran recorded 10 tackles (8 solo), 5 TFL's, and 1 sack. He was instrumental in shutting down the Bulldogs offense. The Clemson Tigers (3-0, 3-0) will get a breather next week as they take on Western Michigan. The Georgia Bulldogs (2-1, 1-1) will look to rebound in Athens against SEC cellar-dweller Vanderbilt.​
     
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    Arkansas Makes Amends In Rematch
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    by: Tyler Gardner
    Arkansas would open its 2014 campaign with a rematch of last seasons SEC Championship game. An instant classic that would see the Razorbacks come up just short of SEC glory as Florida intercepted the go-ahead TD and Arkansas' chances at their first ever SEC crown.
    While the bulletin board material was abundant, many of the key players in this years contest were gone and question marks were left in their place. Junior QB Brandon Allen looked to be a lock to take over the reigns of the Razorback offense this season but it was Freshman QB Lionel Collins that would get the start. When asked about this controversial decision that had fans all over the state scratching their heads, Arkansas Head Coach FiveOhOne replied with this statement before kick-off; "We love (Brandon) Allen and everything he's contributed to this team but as coaches we have to put a product on the field that we feel gives us the best chance of winning. His (Collins) athleticism is something that we couldn't pass up and there's no better time to get him experience than right now against the very best the SEC has to offer. He's the future of this program".
    Sophomore RB Jonathan Williams would also be making his debut in the starting lineup along with two True Freshmen on Defense; DT Matt Smith and OLB Nicholas Oliver.
    Florida would receive the opening kick-off and find themselves in FG range as they took the early 3-0 lead on a 42yd kick.
    Arkansas would answer immediately in spectacular fashion as HB Jonathan Williams would take his first carry of the season to the house for a 62yd TD.
    Arkansas found points again early in the 2nd quarter and a 46yd FG would give the Hogs a 10-3 advantage. Not to be outdone, Florida would mount a promising drive that ended with a spectacular catch and run for a 29yd TD by Senior WR Quinton Dunbar to tie the game at 10.
    The two defenses would continue to shine for the remainder of the first half but Arkansas would muster a 37yd FG with 0:15 seconds on the clock to take a 13-10 lead into the locker room.
    This game had all the makings of another instant classic and fans at D.W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium were at a fever pitch as the teams trotted onto the field for the second half. The Razorbacks, however, had no intentions of making this game close for the Gators and would dominate the second half in what must surely be one of their finest performances in recent memory.
    The third quarter would be QB Lionel Collins' coming out party and he would officially eradicate any doubt in the minds of the naysayers as to why he was starting in place of fan favorite Brandon Allen. Collins would produce all three of his TD's in the quarter and continue to show his versatililty with a 15yd TD run and two TD passes to Keon Hatcher of 62 and 19yds respectively. The young Razorback defense improved on their first half performance and shut out the Gators attack in the 3rd.
    Not much would change in the 4th. Florida managed an impressive drive and scored early in the quarter but failed their 2pt conversion attempt and the game would stay at 34-16. The Razorbacks would control the clock for the rest of the game and produce one more TD to officially terminate the hopes of Gator fans as Keon Hatcher scored his third TD of the contest on a 34yd option pitch that worked to perfection.
    Final Score: 41-16
    OPOG - (QB Lionel Collins) 10-14, 169yds, 2TD, 6car, 51yds, TD
    DPOG - (FS Eric Agbaroji) 6tkls, INT, 2pass DEF's
    Arkansas gets their first win of the season over the #2 Florida Gators and will face consecutive opponents from The Sunshine State as they travel to Tallahassee to take on the #6 Florida State Seminoles.
     
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    Razorback Defense Lowers The Boom In Tallahassee
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    by: Tyler Gardner
    Arkansas traveled to Tallahassee to take on the #15 Florida State Seminoles in their second straight conference game and first road test of the season. The teams were polar opposites at this point in the young season as FSU lost decisively to fellow SEC newcomer Clemson while Arkansas won impressively against the reigning SEC champion Florida Gators in Week 2.
    The performances a week ago were seemingly tossed out the window as Razorbacks Head Coach FiveOhOne made this comment prior to the opening kick-off; "We know that we've got alot of talent on this team but we're also well aware that the talent is very young. This is the first road game for alot of our starters and we understand this will be a tough test for our youngsters. We've got to play smart and limit turnovers if we want to get out of here with a W".
    The games first quarter would prove to be defensively dominated as both offenses struggled to find first downs. QB Lionel Collins looked rattled at times during the first half and was visibly shaken by the ruckus crowd in attendance at Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium. Florida State would find a spark on special teams however and take advantage of a punt late in the first quarter. WR Marvin Bracy fielded the kick at his own 14yd line and thoroughly torched the Arkansas coverage for an electric 86yd TD return. Bracy may be the fastest player in the country and to say Arkansas' Head Coach was upset that he was given an attempt to field the kick would be an understatement as he had several mature words for his punter.
    The two defenses continued to own the first half but Arkansas managed to find the endzone early in the second quarter on a 26yd TD pass to WR Eric Hawkins. The battle for field position would see the two teams enter half-time tied at 7.
    Arkansas would receive the kick-off and a Jonathan Williams fumble on the ensuing play would be recovered by FSU's PJ Williams and returned 27yds for a TD. The stadium was absolutely rocking at this point and the stage was set for Arkansas' young QB to sink or swim. Collins is no fan of sinking and would show moxy beyond his years for the rest of the game.
    Collins would throw a pair of TD passes in the quarter to put the finishing touch on two methodical drives by the Razorbacks. Arkansas would find another TD in the form of a Jonathan Williams 9yd scamper early in the fourth. A FG with 2:05 left in the game would seal the Seminoles' fate as the Razorback defense continued their dominant performance and shut-out the FSU offense.
    Final Score: 31-14
    OPOG - (QB Lionel Collins) 19-27, 214yds, 3TD, 7car, 24yds
    DPOG - Award goes to the entire Defense.
    Arkansas improves to 2-0 (2-0) on the season and will return to Fayetteville to take on the FCS East Rhinos in their first non-conference matchup of the year.
     
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    Buckeyes dominate Kent State
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    Ohio State welcomed Kent State of the MAC into Columbus for a week 4 contest. All the fans and experts knew Kent had little chance of knocking off the nations #1 but I assure you the Kent State faithful had hopes of their team showing some fight. Reality set in pretty quickly that Kent was in over there head as Ohio State took it to the Flashers early and often. Braxton Miller recorded 6 total touchdowns (5 passing, 1 Rushing). Fans in Columbus are starting to stir about Miller and his Heisman potential as he has began the season with a very impressive 12 Touchdowns to no interceptions. The defense got in on the fun by returning 2 interceptions for touchdowns while the starters allowed -5 total yards of offense in the 1st half. "We played great today, we gave our fans a show today but I stress to our guys to not get caught up in the glamour and continue week in and week out to come out and hit our opponent in the mouth. South Carolina comes in next week and were gonna have to be ready. If we keep playing well in all phases, our fans are going to be treated to a nice gift by years end."
    Braxton Miller: 12/17 203 Yds 5 TD 50 Rush Yds 1 TD
    Rod Smith: 18 Att 80 Yds
    Evan Spencer: 4 Rec 79 Yds 2 TD
     
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    Florida at Miami

    Coming off a disappointing loss in Fayetteville, the Gators looked to rebound against the in-state rival Miami Hurricanes. The Gators came out on fire, stuffing the Cane offense on their first possession, and then moving the ball at will when they got it. Their first shot at points came as Jeff Driskel found Lance Foster for a 57 yard TD. Thinking the rout was on, the Gator players seemed to ease up a bit. Miami took advantage and marched down the field, throwing their own TD pass of 6 yards to knot the game up at 7 with 2:25 left in the quarter. After a solid kick return and a couple of big plays, the Gators looked poised to punch it in again. This time, however, the Cane D held and the Gators hit a 28 yard FG to make the score 10-7.

    The second quarter started looking good again for the Gators. Playing good defense and moving the ball well, Florida put together a drive that culminated in HB Chris Johnson running it in from 9 yards out. Johnson, who is the 3rd string HB, was in the game thanks to a couple of injuries. Miami would take the ball back, down 17-7, and cruise down the field again. This drive ended with a second TD pass to cut the score to 17-14 with 2:06 left in the half. The Gators put together a quick moving drive, but had to settle for a 29 yard FG to end the half. At the break, it was 20-14, Gators.

    The third quarter would see the teams trade punts before Miami would start to make a move on the last possession of the quarter. Still 20-14 Gators.

    1:29 into the 4th, Miami would pound it in with a 7 yard TD run to give them their first lead of the game at 21-20. Gator nation was nervous as Driskel threw an interception on the next drive. The D stepped it up, though, and the Gators were able to get the ball back with around 2 minutes to go. Driskel decided to man up, and led a drive down the field converting big 3rd downs and keeping the chains moving. With 22 seconds left in the game, trailing by 1, the Gators found themselves on the Miami 4 yard line. Since they had all their timeouts, the Gators decided to try a run right up the middle. HB Matt Jones punched it in with 19 seconds left. The 2 point conversion would fail, leaving Florida up 26-20. Miami's hail mary would get batted down, and Florida would escape with the 26-20 victory. Next up for Florida is a visit from Eastern Michigan.
     
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    Eastern Michigan at Florida
    This one was over from the opening kickoff. Eastern Michigan could do nothing on either side of the ball. Florida RBs ran for a combined 364 yards on 42 carries for an 8.7 ypc average. Additionally, they rushed for 8 touchdowns. The Gators only put the ball in the air 7 times, completing 6 of them. Additionally, UF scored on every possession.

    The EMU offense didn't fare well, either, totaling only 83 yards for the entire game. Most of those came on their lone scoring drive. Final score was Florida 59, Eastern Michigan 3.

    Players of the game (2nd and 3rd string HBs, as the starter is injured):
    HB Chris Johnson 31 carries for 242 yards and 5 TDs, 1 catch for 8 yards
    HB Matt Jones 9 carries for 104 yards and 2 TDs

    Next up for Florida is a home game against the Kentucky Wildcats.
     
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    Back On Track
    FSU 44 Mizzou 14
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    The Seminoles find the win column for the first time this season on the road at Missouri. FSU was led by Senior WR Christian Green who had 182 yards on 7 receptions including a 92 yard TD reception late in the second quarter. The Seminoles defense was able to prevent any big plays and stayed within their assignment all afternoon and that led to their best outing of the year thus far.

    Next week FSU has a tougher road match-up as they head into Jordan-Hare to face the #25 Auburn Tigers. "We will really need to establish the run early in the game and try to put ourselves in manageable run/pass 3rd down situations. If we do that, I feel we should be able to come away with the win."
     
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    Buckeyes win convincingly in prime time: Another week at #1
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    The national audience tuned in as Ohio State hosted also then 3-0 South Carolina. In what would be each teams toughest opponent to date, the nation came away asking themselves, is Ohio State for real? Or is is South Carolina not as good a projected? The Buckeyes dominated the time of possession and kept there defense fresh most of the game which was stressed during the week as Carolina's offense in the early going has been one of the nations best. Braxton Miller stole the show yet again as he shows fans around the country how much he means to this team, more so than his talent it self. His maturity at the quarterback position no doubt makes everyone better. Miller now has gone through 4 game with 0 turnovers while being responsible for 17 total touchdowns. The theme was the ground game between Smith, Miller, and Dunn the Buckeyes ran for 226 yards while averaging 9 YPC. Defensively, State wasn't as sharp as we're used to seeing but that was expected facing this offense. South Carolina's offensive line was superb which pressured State's secondary all game. QB Dylan Thompson had a nice game but in the biggest moments the Buckeye defense made a play. I think the answer to the above question is becoming clear, Ohio State is for real and the SEC traditionalists are starting to take notice. With the amount of talent floating in the SEC, the Buckeyes will go through a gauntlet like they haven't done in a number of years, but the way they look now them and a couple other SEC new comers are showing they can play and win in the best conference in the country.
    Braxton Miller: 15/22 196 Yds 2 TD 87 Rush 2 TD
    Rod Smith: 21 Att 115 Yds
    Matt McCoy: 4 Rec 64 Yds 1 TD
     
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    Seminoles Look Strong At Auburn
    35-16 FSU
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    FSU jumped out to a 28-3 halftime lead and coasted their way to a 19 point road win on the Plains. The Seminoles had two receivers (Green and Greene) with over a 100 yards receiving and each with a TD grab. However, the Seminoles are still struggling to find good production from the HB position as Freeman had only 59 yards on 20 carries. Look for a rotation of HB's over the next couple of weeks as we try to find the "hot hand". ​
    Next week the Seminoles welcome LSU into Doak Campbell Stadium as they look to keep the short win-streak alive. ​
     
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    SOB...Going to have a restart in my first game.

    I won 56-13 over Vandy when I dropped connection to the EA server.

    I have a pic I can send to the commish to prove it. I've tried to reconnect several times.
     
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    Don't worry about a pic. Just replay it. I saw you online and the score on your gamer card (not that exact final, but that you had a solid lead).
     
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    Nevermind boss man it finally went through on the umpteenth attempt.

    Is there a scoring cap? I didn't see one in the rules.
     
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    (AP) Athens - The Georgia Bulldogs got back on the winning track with a resounding 56-13 win over the visiting Vanderbilt Commodores.

    The player of the game was dual threat Jr-RS QB Christian Lemay (16-19, 263 yds, 3 TDs, 8 carries, 47 yds, 1 TD). The offense was very balanced with 226 rushing yards and 273 passing yards to go along with 23 first downs and no turnovers. The defense played well limiting the Dores to 293 yards, 9 first downs and had 1 pick 6.
     
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    Don't believe our league has a specific cap, but the site has a general rule regarding scoring:

    O.8.0 -Running Up the Score: Good sportsmanship is a major part of TSO, so running up the score on user opponents will not be tolerated. This includes both User and CPU games. Please use good judgment when leading by a large margin. There isn't a reason to see multiple 70-80 point scoring games.
     
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    Okay. I played my 2nd string most of the second half and kept it on the ground.

    Some ODs have a hard cap so I wanted to make sure.

    Thanks.
     
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    Razorbacks Trample Tide
    Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
    by: Tyler Gardner
    After impressive performances in all three games this season, Arkansas would enter D.W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium looking to defeat the Crimson Tide for their fourth consecutive win on the season. Arkansas' early question marks on offense had seemingly been answered and the defense was playing as good as anyone in the country. The national media now wondered if the young team could keep up their stellar play or would they fall back to earth and show their youth. Arkansas would answer that very question and begin to foreshadow the remainder of their season with a complete dismantling of pre-season SEC West favorite Alabama.
    The Hogs would mount a methodical and precise drive to open the game that featured HB Jonathan Williams early and often. After pounding their way to the the 16 yard line, QB Lionel Collins would find Williams out of the backfield on a short pass that allowed the HB to showcase his athleticism as he outran the Alabama defense to the pylon for the first points of the game.
    The Arkansas defense refused to be outdone as CB Ken Whitaker returned an interception on Bama's first drive for a 59yd score that would put the Razorbacks up by 14 early in the first quarter. Still riding the momentum of their previous interception, the defensive unit would come up big again. LE Darrell Kelly Thomas would drop into coverage and pick off a pass over the middle to make it two straight take-aways for the Arkansas defense. The offense settled for three points to push their lead to 17 with 2:11 left in the first quarter. After forcing the Tide to punt, Arkansas' Collins would find WR Eric Hawkins over the middle for a 7yd TD pass to post a 24-0 lead heading into the second quarter.
    Arkansas would continue to shutout the Alabama offense in the second quarter and WR Keon Hatcher would score from three yards out on a jet sweep to extend the lead to 31-0 at the half.
    The Hogs continued to pound the ball and controlled the clock throughout the second half. After driving to the 1yd line at the end of the third quarter, HB Kody Walker would pound it in to begin the fourth and extend Arkansas' lead to 38-0. Walker would find paydirt again late in the game on a spectacular 80yd TD run that showed that he can be more than a short yardage power back.
    After their performance this Saturday, many fans are already entertaining the idea of a SEC Championship and potential BCS National Championship berth. It may still be too early to tell, but if their first four games are any indication of the rest of the season, the Razorbacks are in the drivers seat of the SEC West.
    Final Score: 45-0
    OPOG: (HB Jonathan Williams) 17car, 117yds, 4rec, 69yds, TD
    DPOG: (CB Tevin Mitchel) 5tkls, INT
    Arkansas moves to 4-0 (3-0) on the season and will travel to College Station next week to take on the #22 Texas A&M Aggies in a pivotal SEC West match-up.
     
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    (AP) Athens - The Bulldogs continued their dominating ways with a 48-7 trouncing over the Tennessee Volunteers. RS-JR QB Christian Lemay was again the Player of the Game (14-18, 274 yds, 2 TDs, 9 carries, 39 yds, 1 TD). The offense rolled for over 518 yards, 22 first downs and was 8-11 on third down.

    The defense for the 2nd consecutive game scored a TD on a 39 yard fumble return. The D crushed the Vols allowing only 122 yards and the only Vols score was off a KO return. The Vulldogs have a bye next week.
     
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    Buckeyes remain unbeaten despite leaving "mojo" at home
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    It was ugly and quite frankly a poor effort for the Buckeye offense. Ohio State moved the ball well in the 1st half as their first 3 possessions backed Miami's defense inside the red zone. Unfortunately State was unable to find the end zone in none of the trips resulting in 3 field goals. The second half the wheels fell off and they looked lost out there. The offensive line was the primary culprit as they were dominated in the second half as Braxton Miller was sacked 5 times all in the second half. Coach Burr used extra tight ends and backs to help out but that didn't matter much as Miami's front seven shed blocks like they were against practice dummies. To this point the Buckeye line had played well but the big boys left there big boy pants at home. Additionally Braxton Miller committed his first turnover as Devin Smith slipped on a button hook which led to an arrant throw right into the defenders hands. Miami was fortunate enough to leave Miller and his receivers no room to work as they only needed to rush 4-5 to get to Miller. It was the Buckeye defense who won the game today as they knew they had little room for error and shut down virtually every look Miami gave them. "Offensively we looked piss poor today. I don't know where our protection went but we couldn't block them plain and simple. As a whole on offense we need to be grateful we survived this one and make sure we're ready to go next week against Clemson. It all starts up front and we will get back to where we need to be."
    Braxton Miller: 8/17 173 Yds 1 Int
    Rod Smith: 14 Att 37 Yds
    Devin Smith: 3 Rec 74 Yds
     
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    Seminoles Flatten Tigers​
    45--7 FSU​
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    After giving up an early touchdown to the Tigers, FSU buckled down and scored 45 straight points to close the game out. The theme for this game was "HB tryouts" and Junior (RS) Power-back James Wilder Jr. had the best showing on the day. He had 82 yards on 17 carries along with a reception. The defensive story of the day was the 4 forced fumbles, 2 of which came from MLB Karlos Williams. The offense was 11/12 on third down as everything seemed to be clicking after the finding success running the ball. ​
    Next week @ BAMA​
     
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    Buckeye offense back on track after decisive victory over Clemson
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    A week after the awful showing the Ohio State offense gave in Miami led by 5 second half sacks, the Buckeyes returned to the friendly confines for a big conference match up against also undefeated Clemson. News followed Clemson all week long after the abrupt firing of their coach after the altercation with the athletic department. Timing couldn't of been worse for the Tigers as they had to travel to Columbus and take on the nations #1 under the new interim coach. The Buckeyes jumped out to an early 7-0 lead and never trailed once. Braxton Miller had another fantastic outing throwing 5 touchdown while Rod Smith rushed for 100 yards on only 14 carries. The line responded well this week only allowing 1 sack against an impressive Clemson front 7. State's defense compiled 5 sacks and a fumble recovery in another excellent effort. Ohio State will enjoy a bye week before heading to Athens to take on a tough Georgia squad who will present another test for the Buckeyes.
    Braxton Miller: 12/16 244 Yds 5 TD 48 Rush
    Rod Smith: 14 carries 100 Yds
    Devin Smith: 4 Rec 136 Yds 2 TD
     

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