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PFP Week 3

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by Bucs, Jul 17, 2013.

  1. Bucs

    Bucs GT: ThruTheSmoke47

    Jun 30, 2010
    Akron 0
    #11 Michigan 26
    Zips Held to Zip

    PFP Week 3 vs Akron.JPG

    Pure defensive domination in this one by the Wolverines. The poor Zips were held to 33 offensive yards on the day. The Wolverine D forced 2 Ints and 2 Forced Fumbles to go along with 4 sacks. The Michigan offense looked bored and it showed as it felt like they were just going through the motions all day. Thankfully the D kept Akron off the board and 4 FGs helped secure the game. Not much else to report.
    Last edited: Jul 17, 2013
  2. hornfaninbama

    hornfaninbama GT: BulgyTexas

    Oct 21, 2009

    Spartans Upset #3 Stanford

    MSU Wins 30-27 in 2OT

    East Lansing, MI- Last week the Spartans were finished off by a late FG, this week they were able to triumph because of one of their own.
    It was an ugly first half for the Spartans as they totaled less than 100 yards of offense and ended the second quarter down 20-3. Freshman QB Damion Terry had trouble moving the offense, and when he did manage to get it started; he forgot what green looked like. The defense played solid in the first recording a sack from Rush; his 5th on the season.
    Fortunately for the Spartan faithful the second half was the complete opposite of the first half. The Spartan offense looked like it was stocked with new players as it moved up and down the field. After turning the ball over 3 times in the first half Damion Terry only turned over the ball once. Whatever Coach Trey said to him in the locker room woke him up, and put him on the right track. He carried 11 times for 106 yards and 0 TD, but added a 20-32 for 196 yards, 2 TDs and 3 interceptions.
    It’s a good thing Terry was able to carry the offense on his back Saturday as the rest of the MSU attack let him down. Star RB Nick Hill carried 12 times for 13 yards, and Langford carried 4 times for 21. Mumphrey hauled in 4 passes for 74 yards, and Fowler and Sims caught the 2 TD passes from Terry.
    The Spartan coaching staff isn’t sure where the team stands just yet. MSU’s performance so far this season has been all over the map; a blowout of Western Michigan, letting Top 15 TCU eke out a win, and sneaking past the #3 team in the country. The coaches are excited about what they’ve seen so far, “I think Terry is going to be a great QB for us going forward. And the defense has been fantastic so far this year. TCU has a great offense, and we were able to slow them down, Stanford is the #3 team in the country and we took them down. It’s shaping up to be an exciting year to be a Michigan State Spartan fan!”
    As excited as Coach Trey is about his team and its prospects going ahead a few interesting stats from Saturday: MSU was outgained 391 to 348, they turned the ball over twice as many times as Stanford (4:2). The sole reason MSU was able to come out on top? Stanford went 2/5 on FG. In order for MSU to live up to expectations, that has to change.
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  3. Philstyle3005

    Philstyle3005 Walk On

    Oct 19, 2011

    Kansas 20
    Rice 6

    Kansas traveled to Texas to play the Rice Owls in Week 3 of this early season and pulled off a win, to already give the Jayhawks more wins then they had all of last season. To begin this game, the Jayhawks would march down the field, with several solid, powerful runs by James Sims. Sims would have a lot of holes, but unfortunately his speed kept him from breaking runs that were open for huge gains. Instead, it was a slowly but surely type of drive that ended on a Jake Heaps 13 yard touchdown strike to Nick Harwell. Rice would respond by driving down, but would be held to a field goal and the Jayhawks would take back over. Unfortunately, they would have a solid drive going that would end after 2 sacks knocked them out of field goal range and force a punt. Rice would get a field goal on their next drive and then force Kansas into another punt. Rice would have another solid drive but would run out of time and we would go into the half with the Jayhawks leading 7-6. After forcing a Rice punt, the Jayhawks would drive down the field again but be forced to kick a field goal. After forcing another punt, the Jayhawk offense would drive down and find the end zone again after a nice 14 yard scamper from James Sims. After forcing another punt, the Jayhawks would add a field goal then stop Rice on 4th downs to allow James Sims to grab a couple of first downs and run the clock out.

    Jake Heaps 9/11 125 yards 1 TD

    James Sims 28 rushes 139 yards 1 TD
  4. gwill

    gwill Sierra, Hotel, India, Echo, Lima, Delta

    Jul 22, 2009
    #1 Ohio State 45
    California 14

    Through three games the best way to describe the Buckeye offense is inconsistent. The offense has spurts of greatness, followed by spurts of stupidity. The positives of the games Carlos Hyde with 3 TDs, Braxton throwing for 250 and a TD and rushing for 100 yards and 2 TDs. Other positives being that the defense continues to excel and make big plays; the defensive line forced 6 sacks, three by Noah Spence and 3 by Steve Miller. The D also forced two interceptions. The stupidity? Three interceptions, two of which in the redzone.

    This game was never really close as the Buckeyes jumped out to a 24-0 lead at halftime. The Bears did manage 14 points ( The first touchdowns surrendered all year) in mostly garbage time. The second string guys managed to see some significant playing time.
  5. Mike E

    Mike E Earth Rocker

    Dec 30, 2009
    Baylor - 26
    Ohio - 10

    Baylor took to Coach Erickson's alma mater to battle the tough Bobcats of Ohio University. Thanks again to a great defensive effort, the Bobcats were held to 45 yards until some late game passing exploits made the score closer than it was. Lache Seastrunk lead the charge running for 217 yards and helping the bears to control the clock. Bryce Petty was better on this day, passing for 145 yards. 5 drops did not help, nor did two poor decisions that resulted in interceptions.

    With one more game against a very game UL Monroe before the real season starts, the Bears look to tune things tighter to be ready for their big game against Texas.
  6. IrishBearcat

    IrishBearcat tFC OD Commissioner

    Jan 29, 2011



    The Northwestern quarterback had an outstanding game both on the ground and through the air (39 yard TD above)

    Northwestern headed home for the third straight game to face off against the Western Michigan Broncos. The road team entered the contest as a pretty big underdog, but the Wildcats were coming off an upset loss from Syracuse 21-31 last week on their home turf.

    The game ended up playing exactly as you would have expected. Northwestern dominated from the start. After forcing a three and out to start the game QB Kain Colter took a read option up the gut and zipped to paydirt completely untouched. Up 7-0 the Broncos advanced the football to the 39 yard line and elected to go for a 56 yard field goal attempt with the wind at their back. It was close, but came up just short. KR Venric Mark somehow field the attempt barely in bounds. After breaking two tackles near the 35 yard line he raced to the end zone completely untouched to make it 14-0.

    The Broncos added a field goal just before the end of the first quarter, but those would be their only points of the day. Colter would go on to have a career day passing 17/18 for 161 yards 1 TD 0 INT. He also rushed for 46 yards on 4 attempts and had a 39 yard rushing TD. SR DT Dean Lowry ended up breaking the team sack record in a game and accounting for 4 of the teams 6 sacks. The Broncos couldn't even hold up against a 4 man rush and the offensive line had a tremendously long afternoon. Northwestern's rebound victory improved them to 2-1. Next week they'll take on FCS East for what would appear to be a layup.


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  7. Gravity

    Gravity Hey, I'm Batman

    Jun 22, 2011
  8. fuzzyl0gic

    fuzzyl0gic No new friends

    Apr 14, 2010
    Tulsa looked sharp on their first drive, with a 60 yard bomb for a TD, but they floundered quickly after that. The Sooners would rip off 24 points straight before halftime, creating too large of a deficit for Tulsa to catch up with. Bell had another efficient day through the air, and Williams racked up 160 yards on the ground. ​

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