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  1. Gabeastmode

    Gabeastmode Walk On

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    (S1) Week 2 Results: Post In Here!!

    Humiliation is what the FCS NW gets from the tigers of Mizzou. Final score 56-14 with Mizzou running the tables against a very weak opponent in there week 2 mathcup. Mizzou only manage to get 423 total offensive yards as the starters came out halftime with a 35-7 lead. Coach Beastmode comments" games like this or always a challenge we like to get the younger guys in and get experience under there belt so its a small challenge".
    The only thing I could see wrong with these tigers is there run game. The numbers wasn't great 23 rushes 80 yards 2 td's. Passing was on point behind the arm of Jr. Qb B. Gabbert. This time around defense stepped up and played the way there defensive minded coach like forcing 3 turnovers which where int's. Offense also gave up a fumble on a option by Fr Qb Franklin who was at the wrong place at the wrong time. Which FCS return for a 56 yard td. Total yards Mizzou 483 with four penalties for 40 yards. Also racking up 20:12 on the T.O.P clock trying to hold the ball knowing a weak FCS team was going to just punt every series almost.

    Scoring summary


    First Quarter:
    TD Miz: kemp, 3 yd pass from B. Gabbert
    Td Miz: Woodland, 16 yd pass from B. Gabbert
    Td Miz: jones, 10 yd pass from B. Gabbert
    Second Quarter:
    Td Fcs: CB #24, returned fumble 49 yds
    Td Miz: Woodland, 86 yd pass from B. Gabbert
    Td Miz: jones, 6 yd pass from B.Gabbert
    Third Quarter
    Td Miz: Hunt, 27 yd run
    Td Miz: Franklin, 2 yd run
    Fourth Quarter
    Td Fcs: WR #85, 10 yd pass from Qb #7
    Td Miz: Woodland, 2 yd pass from T. Gabbert

    Key stats

    Passing:
    T. Gabbert 3-3 46yds 1td
    B. Gabbert 12-17 233yds 5td
    Rushing:
    D. Washington 7att 36yds
    J. Hunt 3att 34yds 1td
    Receiving:
    R. Woodland 6rec 167yds 3td
    W. Kemp 4rec 36yds 1td

    Player of the Game:

    (WR) R. Woodland 6rec, 167yds, 3 tds


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  2. JerzeyReign

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    (S1) Week 2 Results

    Trying something new. Post in here when completed.
     
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    JerzeyReign #BeatOhio

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  4. drowsike

    drowsike Go DAWGS

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    Bama takes care of Penn State 28-10
     
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    drowsike Go DAWGS

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    Clemson outlasts Texas, 19-17 with a little help from our friends at EA.

    Clemson, after a demoralizing home loss to North Texas, had to roll into Austin to play last years National Championship runner up. On paper, the matchup favors the Horns in a big way. But some key losses on offense would prove to be just enough for the Tigers to be competative.
    1st quarter, 1st drive, Texas would control the ball nicely and end the drive on a 31 yard TD pass to Kirkendall. Clemson tried to counter but came up short allowing Texas to get the ball back and add a nice 49 yard FG to go up 10. 2nd quarter, Clemson would finally get into a rythm as they would score 3 times (2FG & 1TD) before the half. Down 17-3 with less than a minute left in the half, Kyle Parker would go up top to WR Terrance Ashe for a 82 yard strike. The Tigers would then get a INT with 30 seconds left, but only manage to get 3 on the FG. At the half, 17-13 Texas.
    The third quarter was more of a defensive battle as neither team could get any points on the board. In the 4th, Clemson would tack on 2 FG's on consecutive drives but still left Texas with over 1:30 left to drive the field. The Horns were set-up just inside the red-zone. Coach ND sent in his kicking team on 2nd down and would proceed to allow the clock run down. 6...5...4...the center snaps, hold is good....THUMP....Wide left!!! And not just wide left, we're talking in the stands wide left. Strangest thing I have ever seen, fluke win, but we will take it.
    Hopefully, Clemson can take this win and build upon it.

    GG ND
     
  7. Dean

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    OU outlast Florida St 17-14 in a defensive thriller. There were 9 turnovers combined, 5 by OU and 4 by FSU. A 36 yard TD run from Demarco Murray and 29 yd FG put OU on top 10-0 in the 2nd quarter. An 84 yard by Jermaine Thomas cut it to 10-7 at the half. Another Demarco Murray TD at the end of the 3rd made it 17-7. Christian Ponder connected with Bobby Reid with just under 1:30 left in the game. A great stand from the FSU defense game their offense another chance, but Ponder would throw his 5 pick of the day to seal the win for OU.
     
  8. onaradio34

    onaradio34 Tryin not to show how little I know bout anything

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    #4Va Tech defeats #6Nebraska 38-35 on a 13 yd TD pass with :04 on the clock. Va Tech looked to have the game in hand leading 31-14 in the 4th but a lightning comeback by Neb makes the score 35-31 with 1 minute remaining. Va Tech drives the field for the TD and the victory.

    Very well played game (offensively) with both teams combining for 1 penalty (Va Tech) and 1 turnover (Neb).
     
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    Not much more to say, it was an amazing fourth quarter. I thought I had the comeback but then he broke my heart with four seconds left. Once again, good game. It's games like these that keeps me coming back for more.
     
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    . wrong post
     
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