Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by jello1717, Oct 30, 2013.
Post 'em here.
Bigelow had a HUGE day on the ground against the Utes
Neither defense bothered to show up for this one. The 2 teams combined for:
1,074 yards of offense
529 rushing yards
6 rushing TDs
545 passing yards
6 passing TDs
QB Zach Kline - 184.5, 17/24 (70%), 207 yds, 3 TD, 0 INT
HB#1 Brendan Bigelow - 13 car, 173 yds (13.3 YPC), 2 TD
HB#3 Darren Ervin - 13 car, 69 yds (5.3 YPC), TD
WR Bryce Treggs - 8 rec, 110 yds
"Sit down b!tch!!" Nkemdiche abused this LT all day, forcing Robinette to make some bad throws.
#16 Ole Miss - 28
Vandy - 23
First play of the game was Bo Wallace throwing straight to a defender that allowed the Commodores to score quickly to take an early lead. Bo settled down though and led the Rebels down the field to even the score by way of a 2 yard Jeff Scott run. Ole Miss ruled the second quarter with a passing TD and returned fumble TD to go up 21-7 before Vandy was able to tack on a couple of FGs to put the score at 21-13 at the half. The third quarter was pretty defensive and Vanderbilt ate up a good majority of the clock with a 3+ minute drive that ended in a FG to make it a one score game. Ole Miss would score by way of another passing TD in the back of the endzone to take a 12 point lead only for Vandy to answer and make it a 5 point game. Down the stretch Vandy had a very good chance of winning but Robinette had Robert Nkemdiche breathing down his neck twice and threw bad passes end in picks, one that broke the school record for Ole Miss in a single game by one player. MLB Marry would seal the win with a pick and Wallace would kneel it out.
GG NeuroticTruth, like I said. Our games always end the same..except I finally won one lol. Good luck with the rest of your season man.
B. Wallace - 12/22, 137 yards, 2 TD, 3 INT
J. Scott - 6 Att, 13 yards, 2.1 YPC, 1 TD, 1/1, 20 yards
J. Walton - 13 Att, 73 yards, 5.6 YPC
C. Morgan - 4 Rec, 36 yards, 1 TD
I. Gross - 4 Tackles, 3 TFL, 2 Sacks, 2 FF
L. King - 2 Tackles, 3 INT
P. Robinette - 27/47, 242 yards, 2 TD, 4 INT
J. Seymour - 9 Att, 51 yards, 5.6 YPC
C. Boyd - 7 Rec, 69 yards, 1 TD
T. Ferguson - 5 Tackles, 1 TFL, 1 INT
J. Marshall - 4 Tackles, 2 TFL
UCLA’s defense played big again as they shut down Teddy Bridgewater the Cardinals offense. Louisville only managed 146yds of offense and Bridgewater was held to 102yrds passing going 8/21. The Bruins offense was paced by Damien Thigpen who had 111yds rushing yrds and 5td’s.
OREGON STATE WINS BIG AT HOME!
Oregon State wins at home vs the Vols by forcing 4 Interceptions. Surprisingly, Oregon State was able to generate offense despite Tennessee's ability to hold them to 60 total yards rushing with 2.3 yrds per attempt. Oregon State QB only completed 11 of 14 attempts, but was able to hit on the big plays 3 going for 39,42 and 49 yards. Tennessee QB Peterman struggled as he threw for 183 yds 0Tds and 4 Ints. Coach Rice had to say this about the game "We couldn't get a running game going, they really had us bottled up, our defense came through and made some really big plays which allowed us to play more aggressive on both sides of the ball"
GG dakota7 them picks really hurt ya, it was pretty close until that first pick 6. GG, GL the rest of the way.
Didnt get highlights, game froze on me at the post-game.
Arizona falls just short of the upset bid
In Tuscon, Arizona, the Wildcats fall to the Cardinal 21-12. This game was a hard fought one and it was a great stepping stone in a loss. While losing is never good, there were vast improvements in the defense which has looked abysmal the entire season thus far. Marquis Flowers continued his NFL prep season with a solid 12 tackles and an interception on Kevin Hogan's first pass attempt of the game. The defense did stop the Stanford rush game to a point. But the offense is in a world of hurt. The offense found itself in the red zone 3 times. In those 3 attempts, Arizona was held to 2 field goals and a TD (with a missed 2-point conversion). The loss of Ka'Deem Carey has really hurt the Wildcats season but Daniel Jenkins too was hurt after a great start to his game (16 carries for 83 yards). BJ Denker may have played his last game as the starter in favor of Javelle Allen. Denker played well in the game until the 4th quarter. BJ Denker was give 4 three and outs from the Arizona defense who was killing it against the Stanford offense. All 4 times, BJ could not convert the for points. Arizona was picked off 2 times, BJ was strip sacked, and BJ threw an arrant ball on 4th down and long. The offensive line didn't help allowing 7 sacks on Denker. Due to this, Javelle Allen is getting the start vs Washington as his mobility will hopefully help against the Offensive line who has struggled as of late. And hopefully Allen will not be as turnover prone as Denker has been. As stated, the Wildcats will be travelling Washington next week.
Short n sweet this time since I already spent about 3 hours finishing this one week.
In the first game vs USC we controlled the game for the most part but had some Cougars mistakes here and there drops and a couple of drops off WR's hands that got picked off...man I hate those...
Teondray Caldwell again led the way however with 155 and two TDs, Halliday threw for just under 300 and a couple TD's as well. It wouldn't load but we won 28-21.
So we played again and this was a much tougher game...falling behind, fatal mistakes, Halliday being hurt on a play he fumbled on that was returned for a td...He was out for the game so we had to rely on RS Freshman Austin Apodaca and he came through pretty well...3 tds and 3 picks. For a Freshman in his first real action on the road at SC...He led the comeback.
His three TDs and late on to Isaiah Meyers gave the Cougars the lead late and won the game for them when they batted down the late bomb attempt from SC. He also had some bad luck as two perfect passes from him bounced off Cougar WRs hands and were caught by a Trojan DB and LB.
Cougars win 35-31 surviving turnovers and injuries along the way...
Beating SC twice in one day is special for the Cougars.
3-0 on the year and maybe edging the bottom of the top 25.
Mississippi St 14
Tthe Huskies sure brought the welcoming party as they hosted coach Raidernation for their first E game. The game didn't start that way however as Mississippi state used some defense including a big interception to score the first two TDs of the game. Unfortunately for Bulldog fans they wouldn't get much more. The team only had 4 first downs on the day and 130 yards of offense. Despite winning the turnover battle, there wasn't much MSU could do to stop the Huskies after that. They ripped off the next 42 points in a row using a very balanced offense and relying on the legs of HB Bishop Sankey. He broke the game open in the 3rd with a 60 yard TD run and then scored twice more in the 2nd half to give him 4 TDs for the game.
Good game RN. My defense was playing a lot better than I ever had it at Purdue. Good luck vs the SEC.
QB Price 20/23 290 yards, TD, 2 INTs, RUSH TD
HB Sankey 19 att, 129 yards, 4 TDs, 4 rec, 63 yards
WR Williams 4 rec, 76 yards, TD
QB Russell 6/15 57 yards, TD
HB Perkins 17 att, 84 yards, TD
WR Johnson 2 rec, 24 yards
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