PFP Week 1

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  1. Philstyle3005

    Philstyle3005 Walk On

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    TCU 27
    LSU 14

    TCU picks up a big win at Cowboy Stadium over the LSU Tigers 27-14. TCU started the game with a big stop on defense, and after trading punts, the offense would finally click a little bit but be held for a 40 yard field goal to start the game up 3-0. After making a stop on 4th down, the TCU offense would pick up a few first downs and Casey Paschal would find Brandon Carter in the back of the end zone for a touchdown with 16 seconds left to go up 17-0 right before the half. The Horned Frogs would start the 2nd half with the ball and would pick up a field goal to go up 20-0 with under 4 minutes to go in the 3rd quarter. LSU would finally get on the board on their next possession after Zach Mettenberger would take a read option play 65 yards to the 3 yard line and Alfred Blue would take a toss from 1 yard out for a touchdown to make the score 20-7. TCU would respond with a long drive and Paschal would hand the ball off to Aaron Green who would score from 7 yards out. LSU would respond once more though and score on a 3 yard Jeremy Hill run on 4th down. They would then get the onside but be forced to punt on a 4th and 18. TCU would pick up a few first downs and be able to kneel the ball out and pull off the upset over the SEC powerhouse 27-14. The TCU defense played great only giving up a little over 100 yards passing, and had it not of been for the one run off the read option, the LSU rushing attack would have struggled as well.

    Casey Paschal 16/21 251 2 TD
     
  2. Bucs

    Bucs GT: ThruTheSmoke47

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    Comeback Foiled At The Big House
    Canes 17
    #19 Wolverines 20

    The Canes came into this one with high hopes, but some costly mistakes lost them the game. The Cane offense came out flat under their new head coach and only managed 3 points in the first half, while the new 3-3-5 defense gave up 20 in a row. The Canes would go into halftime down 17-3, in the 2nd half they gained some life though as The defense was able to hold Michigan to only 3 points, but the offense just couldn't do quite enough as they would fail to convert a 4th and 19 with about 3 minutes left in the game. They would never see the ball again and Michigan sealed the victory at home 20-17. Stephen Morris had an unimpressive showing going 14-31 250 yards 1 TD 2 Ints, while the Cane running game was held to only 14 yards on the day. It also didnt help that the wideouts had 8 drops..thats right 8 drops. Many of which were on key plays or plays that could have gone for TDs. Phillip Dorsett had 4 catches for 136 yards and 1 TD, but also was responsible for 4 out of the 8 drops. Definitely something were gonna have to figure out.
     
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  3. Baron

    Baron "I'm PFP's reckoning."

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    Things did not start off well for the Wolfpack as the Texas Tech defense stacked the box, daring Brandon Mitchell and coach Frank Bumb to throw the ball. An early pick 6 for the Raiders came after their first field goal, giving them a 10-0 lead.

    But on 3rd and long, staring another 3 and out in the face, Mitchell hit Maurice Morgan in stride for a 75-yard TD down the seam.

    The Raiders were effective on offense all night, mixing in the run and pass extremely well. But the Wolfpack defense found some spine late in the game, allowing them to score 10 unanswered points to tie the game and hold off a 1:00 minute drill from the Raiders. A missed 56-yard FG for the Wolfpack at the end of regulation sent things to OT.

    It looked to be all she wrote for NC State in the first OT as the Raiders bent but didn't break, sacking Mitchell on 3rd down on the 4. But Dontae Johnson came up with his second pick on a ball in the endzone, finally stopping the slant route that had bedeviled him all game.

    Great game @Mike E . Best of luck the rest of the way!
     
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  4. bawvu97

    bawvu97 Let's Goooooo Mountaineers

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    Week 1? Didnt this game come out in July?

    *waits for @Baron 's head to explode* :D
     
  5. hornfaninbama

    hornfaninbama GT: BulgyTexas

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  6. Baron

    Baron "I'm PFP's reckoning."

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    You know the worst kind of person? You're worse than that person.
     
  7. Bulldog

    Bulldog Coach Richt is my Dawg!

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    Hokies take down #1 Bama in Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic

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    Fans rushed the field after the big win.

    First Quarter
    The first quarter didn't see much action as both defenses pretty much dominated. Alabama made a FG to go up by 3.

    Second Quarter
    With 2:49 left in the second quarter Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas makes a risky throw into coverage and it gets picked off and taken back for 6. But Logan Thomas redeemed himself on the next driving taking his offense down the field and completing a pass for a touchdown to Tight-end Ryan Malleck. Score at halftime Bama 10 - VT 7.

    Third Quarter
    The third quarter was another defensive show. Virginia Tech would score once on a pass from Logan Thomas to Wide-receiver Joshua Stanford. Score VT 14 - Bama 10.

    Fourth Quarter
    The fourth quarter would be all about the offense. Bama would drive down the field and T.J. Yeldon would punch one in from four yards out. Virginia Tech would answer right back with a score of their own, a pass from Logan Thomas to Wide-receiver Joshua Stanford for 69 yards. Bama would answer back with a pass from A.J. McCarron to Wide-receiver DeAndrew White for 17 yards. Virginia Tech would get the ball back with about 4 minutes left. Virginia Tech would drive down field and score with 0:42 left in the game on a pass from Logan Thomas to Wide-receiver Demitri Knowles. Alabama would get the ball back with 0:39 left in the game. but the Virginia Tech defense would step it up and make them turn the ball over on downs. The first big play in the last drive would be the sack on McCarron, the second McCarron would get sacked again and set up a long 3rd down. On 3rd down McCarron would miss his target and set up one last attempt to get a first down from 4th & 17. They throw a hailmary to Bell but he is double covered and has no shot at cacthing the ball. GAME OVER! Final score, VT 28 - Bama 24. GO HOKIES!!!

    Player of the game
    Quarterback Logan Thomas for his game changing 4 touchdown passes. Thomas was 18/27 for 280 yards. Even though he did throw 2 interception Thomas played great and we look forward to seeing what he can do this season.
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  8. Mike E

    Mike E Earth Rocker

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    good game, man. From the looks of both our teams, we may have some struggles in our other user games....if we can get a few decent recruits though....look out
     
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  9. hornfaninbama

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    Clemson Puts UGA to Sleep
    Tigers Win 49-45

    Clemson, SC- Clemson had to work all game long to take down the hated Georgia Bulldogs, and when it was over the game of the week had turned into a shootout. Tajh Boyd and Sammy Watkins showed why they might be the most dangerous passing combination in college football this season.

    Boyd passed for 500 yards 4 TD's and 1 interception, and Watkins was his main target all day with 11 catches for 229 yards and 2 TD's. Hopper had 9 catches for 122 yards, and Humphries caught 5 for 76 and a TD. Watkins didn't stop with just offense, he also returned a kickoff for an NCAA record 96 yard TD. Watkins hauled in a 53 yard TD with :27 left in the 1st half, and an 8 yarder with :14 left to win the game. Boyd broke the Clemson record for passing yards in a game, and Watkins set a new single game mark for receiving yards.

    The offenses combined for 1125 yards of offense. If Clemson can manage to keep the ball from touching the ground they could be tough to stop. Gurley lit up the Tigers defense for 172 yards on 26 carries. The Georgia OL manhandled the Tigers defense all game long and recorded 23 pancakes, while Clemson recorded 0. And while UGA didn't have a 100 yard WR, they had 5 with at least 4 catches and 45 yards, led by Conley's 6 for 66.

    The Tigers are off both weeks 2 and 3 before getting back on the field.
     
  10. fuzzyl0gic

    fuzzyl0gic No new friends

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    Tar Heels Notch First Win

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    North Carolina kicked off it's first game on the road against a very tough opponent. They looked very sluggish and sloppy in the first half. Their first drive of the game resulted in a fumble by Morris right at the goal line as he was about to pound it in. USC responded with a FG. Disaster struck again as Renner threw a costly interception, and the gamecocks again capitalized on the mistake with a TD. UNC would go three and out and have to punt, and USC kicked another FG to give them a 13-0 lead late in the second quarter. The Tar Heels finally got going with a quick drive and score with a 23 yard TD pass to Davis off a PA. USC used the last 27 seconds of the half to drill another FG and gain a 16-7 halftime lead.

    The lights came on for Renner in the second half, finding Davis again for a TD and also had a diving TD into the endzone. The Tar Heel defense looked alive as well, holding USC to only one FG in the second half. The Tar Heels would put the nail in the coffin late in the fourth a 32 yard FG and held on to the lead to walk away week one victors.
     

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