S(2) Week 7 Summaries

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  1. NDCOLTS1979

    NDCOLTS1979 I love you red solo cup

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    Wyoming 5-0 goes into University Stadium and plays the New Mexico Lobos and tries to become Bowl eliglible after last season disappointing season. Samuels was back this week after missing the last 2 weeks with an injury. Wyoming got a fumble return for a TD on the first drive and ended up taking a 35-17 lead into halftime and the Cowboys came out and sat their starters for the rest of the game and ended up winning the game 42-17.
     
  2. Zikry

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    Nevada Deliver a Stunner as they Beat #20 Boise 28-25
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    Nevada came into this game hoping to prove that they belong amongst the top teams in the WAC Conference, they would leave this game with their biggest scalp of the season so far, shocking the heavily favored Boise State Broncos in their own stadium 28-25. The game started off with Boise getting on the board first, scoring on a 2 yard run by HB Doug Martin on 3rd and goal to give Boise the early 7-0 lead. Nevada would have to wait until the 2nd quarter to respond, as they scored 14 unanswered points. First, fullback Taylor George took it in from 1 yard out before running back Mike Ball, who struggled mightily the entire game, took it in from 2 yards out to give Nevada the 14-7 lead. After forcing Boise to punt the ball Nevada felt like they needed to score right before the half to stun the crowd, and were able to pass at will, until they reached the redzone. Then, Magleby stood back in the pocket, and saw his receiver break open across the middle of the field, but his throw was horribly long and instead of finding a wide open Moe Patterson found the hands of the Boise free safety, and they were able to capitalize getting a field goal with virtually no time left in the half to cut into Nevada's halftime lead, 14-10.​
    Boise State would regain the lead in the 3rd quarter, as another Magleby interception was taken advantage of as Kellen Moore found his receiver, Aaron Burks for a 15 yard score and the 17-14 lead. Nevada answered back right away, as they went on a scoring drive of their own, capped off by a 13 yard pass from Magleby to his tight end, Sean Collins. Then, less than 40 seconds later, Kellen Moore dropped back in the 5 wide set, and after not being able to find anyone open on the right side of the field tried hitting his target in the flats, but instead Khalid Wooten, the corner, was able to jump the route expertly, and take it back 35 yards for the score and extend the Nevada lead to 11 at 28-17.​
    Boise would creep within 3 points in the 4th quarter as Doug Martin pounded it in from 1 yard out, and the Broncos were successful on the 2 point conversion. After both teams were unable to do anything, Boise got the ball back with about a minute left and with no timeouts. They were able to drive down the field with Kellen Moore hitting his targets with ease. The Broncos had the ball on Nevada's 30 yard line with 10 seconds left, and instead of trying for the 46/47 yard field goal for the tie, Boise decided to come out passing. Kellen Moore dropped back on what looked like a screen to the right, as the offensive line pulled in that direction leaving the Nevada interior defensive linemen unblocked, which would prove to be a killer mistake, as Kellen Moore was dropped for a 8 yard loss and as the seconds ticked down, Boise were unable to snap the ball on time, and Nevada would walk out with a stunning 28-25 win over Boise.​
    Nevada Player Stats:
    QB Mason Magleby: 23-38, 326 yards, 1 TD, 3 INTs.​
    HB Mike Ball: 12 carries, 22 yards, 1 TD.​
    WR Tray Session: 9 catches, 117 yards.​
    TE Sean Collins: 6 catches, 91 yards, 1 TD.​
    DT Zack Madonick: 5 tackles, 1 sack.​
    Next week the Nevada Wolfpack 5-2 (4-0) return home for a big WAC Conference game as they face Fresno State 4-2 (2-1).​
     
  3. Big-Bear-W

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    Nice win over Boise. Saw the highlights and that sack was obviously a blown screen, nice way to thwart the comeback.
     
  4. Big-Bear-W

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    SDSU TRIUMPHS OVER UNDEFEATED UTAH

    The Aztec defence showed up to play and provided a cap on the Utes' scoring which Lindley & Co. were able to surpass.

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    The air show was in full effect, with Ryan Lindley throwing for 350yds. Despite one bad overthrow that resulted in an interception, the passing attack was productive. Ronnie Hillman emerged as a productive receiver out of the backfield and Quigley has really stood out at the TE position, catching balls across the middle and up the seem. Everyone gets a taste of the action in the famous birthplace of Air Coryell.

    But the story here was the SDSU "bend but don't break" defence. The big money plays were few and far between, but the Aztecs seemed to handle the pass oriented style of Utah much better than it has the opponents that have focused on a ground attack.

    Coming off a disappointing loss to BYU, the Aztecs are thrilled to beat the Ute's, who came in with a 4-0 record.
     
  5. H22APWRD94

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    Big win Bear. Pretty sure the MWC is up for grabs. LOL
     
  6. Cimmy24

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    UNLV Out Guns Air Force
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    In a much needed win for the UNLV Rebels, the defense that has been the downfall of this team stood up to the task of stopping the Air Force offense in the end as the Rebels pulled away to a 42-24 victory, sending them to 2-4 on the season. It took a while, but finally in the second half the Rebel running game found holes and that accompanied by the defense forcing turnovers allowed the Rebels to cruise in the second half. HB CJ Cox seemed to be the teams lightning, as he rushed for 69 yards on 10 carries and also brought back an interception to put the game away as he apparently snuck on the field to play a little defense. QB Mike Clausen had a hard time finding his receivers, going 9 of 21 for 217 yards 2 TDs and 1 INT, but was a factor on the ground with 10 rushes for 36 yards and 2 TDs, including a 55 yard scamper. Air Force HB Asher Clark was a force to be reckoned with in the early stages of this game as he managed 161 yards and 2 TDs on merely 17 carries, but it would not be enough for the Falcons. Next up for the Rebels is a trip to Salt Lake City in a big tilt with the Utah Utes.
     
  7. Big-Bear-W

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    And the crowd goes wild!

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  8. bamagrad

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    Hawaii becomes Bowl eliglible with a 28-18 win over Rival Fresno St.

    Recap in the DW.
     
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    And there was much rejoicing!

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