S(2) Week 6 Summaries

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  1. NDCOLTS1979

    NDCOLTS1979 I love you red solo cup

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    Wyoming remains unbeaten this week after Beating Tcu 13-6 @ Amon G. Carter Stadium. Is was far from being a offensive Battle as Wyoming had 283yds of Total Offense and TCU had 167 Both teams turned it over one time and Wyoming got the lone TD in the 3rd quarter of this game.
     
  2. Zikry

    Zikry Walk On

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    Nevada 20 Utah State 3

    A solid all around performance for Nevada as they get by conference rival Utah State 20-3. The Wolfpack relied heavily on the legs of 2nd string RB Ball (After the injury to their starter last week) and he did not disappoint, gaining 138 yards on 22 carries and scoring a TD. Magleby was a little off stats wise, only completing 5 of 11 passes for 123 yards and a TD, but 3 of those incompletions were dropped by the receiver and anytime a QB can leave a game without turning the ball over its a good thing. The Wolfpack move to 4-2 on the season, 3-0 in conference play and next week is the big one for Nevada, as they travel to face Boise State, the overwhelming favorites in the WAC. Can the Wolfpack stun the Broncos and state their claim for the conference crown?? Next week should be a good one!
     
  3. BobJr

    BobJr To each their own

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    LTU suffers a beat down by winless NMST. Defense can't stop QB Fleming and New Mexico State wins a shootout, despite Colby Canerons school record performance. Now we get a week off before I face a pesky Utah State squad. 45-38 was te final
     
  4. Big-Bear-W

    Big-Bear-W Walk On

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    Coach Bear recovered from his brief clusterfudge of a week [in which his leaderless Aztecs lost to BYU]. The game against WSU was closer than some from San Diego hoped, but the Aztecs prevailed despite some stalled drives, a missed FG, a key fumble, and a pick.

    Lindley was pulled early in the second half in foavour of trying to grind the clock with the ground game.

    SDSU played well on defense with several highlight plays for a change.
     

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