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Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by Fmode11, Nov 26, 2013.

  1. Fmode11

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    Post 'em here
     
  2. Fmode11

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    BSC National Championship

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    Missouri rolls aOSU

    Missouri again lost their starting RB Josey just minutes after the start of the game after his disappointing 2nd place finish in the Heisman voting. The late season injury that caused him to miss the SEC Championship game seemed to cost him with the voters. Mizzou utilized their 2nd string RB Murphy to dominate the weak Buckeye defense. A lot of tackles were missed in this game which I would blame on the impact hits that the Buckeye defense attempted on every tackle. Murphy ran circles around the OSU defense and MU QB Franklin also got into the mix completing 17/20 for 215 yds and 1 TD.

    Missouri Season MVP

    RB Henry Josey
    Maxwell Football Club (College Player of the Year)
    Walter Camp (College Player of the Year)
    Doak Walker (Best RB in the Country)
    1st Team All American
    1st Team All SEC
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  3. jello1717

    jello1717 "Those who stay will be champions." -- Bo

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    Sun Bowl
    #16 Cal 45
    Maryland 35

    Cal capped off a very successful inaugural season under coach Jello with a Sun Bowl Victory. Much to everyone's surprise #1 WR Bryce Treggs returned from a 10 week injury to play in this game and he played extremely well despite the time off. FR QB Zach Kline, who was rumored to be playing in his final game in a Bear's uniform despite being the #1 passer in the nation as a FR, went off on the Terps D in a very, very big way. This win gives the Bears a 10 win season for the 1st time since 2006.

    Game Balls:
    QB Zach Kline - 189.0, 35/47 (74%), 508 yds, 4 TD, 1 INT
    HB#1 Brendan Bigelow - 12 car, 108 yds (9 YPC), TD
    WR#1 Bryce Treggs - 11 rec, 154 yds, 3 TD
    WR#2 Chris Harper - 6 rec, 123 yds
    WR#3 Maurice Harris - 10 rec, 113 yds, TD
     
  4. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    47 passes.

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  5. jello1717

    jello1717 "Those who stay will be champions." -- Bo

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    And 30 rushes which only makes me Mike Leach Jr.
     
  6. jello1717

    jello1717 "Those who stay will be champions." -- Bo

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    What's really crazy is what a difference sliders make. My Cal QB's passing numbers aren't just about quantity (which largely comes from the # of passes I throw) but also quality. Against default sliders in 6 user games and slightly easier passing sliders than my offline my QB has these ridiculous numbers:

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    188.6 QBR, 75%, 13.4 YPC, 3.6:1 TD:INT ratio

    In my offline, using the same PB, and with QBs whose arms are all either on par with Kline or even better than Kline I've put up these numbers:

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    My best comp % is 71% and in 6/10 years it was below 70%.
    My BEST QBR was 158.9.
    Only once have I ever had better than a 2:1 ratio and never came close to approaching 4:1. It's always a struggle for me to keep it above 1:1.
     
  7. Masler

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    Wisconsin - 38

    Ole Miss - 35

    I lose. What's new. Probably the only one to lose a bowl game because this game fucking hates me. Stop cheesing fmode. (just a joke don't take it personal) /rant

    We lost this game because Bo Wallace is a piece of crap. Can't really say it any other way. I put the right touch on the ball but he would overthrow or just throw to the wrong spot. He got yanked at halftime when we were down 14-0. Backup QB Brunetti brought a spark to this team on his first scramble when he took it 60 yards to the house. Wisconsin was held to a FG, Brunetti would lead another great drive, scrambled away from a sack and scored from 11 yards out. Wisconsin would not stop throwing to Pedersen and scored to go up by ten. Brunetti attempted to pitch the ball to Scott but the defender would step in front of it and "recover the fumble." a play later Duckworth caught a 30 yarder for Wisconsin, putting Ole Miss in a 31-14 hole. Jeff Scott then made the Badgers pay with a 75 rushing TD which showed great blocking by our O Line. We were able to force them to punt before Brunetti executed the Read Option (only the second of the day) and took it 64 yards to the house to pull the Rebels within three. Wisconsin was stopped on 3rd and 8 but the cheesedicks decided to go for it instead of kicking the FG and unfortunately converted. Ole Miss would give up another rushing score to Gordon. Brunetti proved his worth again as he would complete a 33 yard scoring pass to WR Moore. No timeouts and a failed onside ended this one. EAD Wisconsin EAfuckingD. Biggest gripe about this one was the lack of defensive awareness, there were several times I could have tackled or deflected a pass and neither happened. The whole QB is invincible for a couple seconds thing is still present I see. dakota7 is McEvoy this much of a scrambler IRL? He ran the RO 13 times (yes it was literally the RO each time). Even if I read it right with the DE, he would get ragdolled.

    At least my senior QB who had barely played got to show off before he graduated. We get to go back to Wallace next year :meh:

    Stats

    B. Brunetti - 7/8, 101 yards, 1 TD, 6 Att, 135 yards, 22.5 YPC, 3 TD
    J. Scott - 18 Att, 164 yards, 9.1 YPC, 1 TD
    C. Moore - 2 Rec, 50 yards, 1 TD
     
  8. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    Irl, McEvoy was moved to safety, he couldn't hit a barn from 10 yards.
     

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