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  1. Masler

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    Jeff Scott had a huge day even though he was injured for 2 quarters
    #17 Ole Miss - 42

    #5 Texas A&M - 32

    The Aggies scored twice in the first three minutes to make it a 14-0 nothing game and Manziel looked on his way to an easy victory. Wallace started off nicely with a 4/4 drive capped off with a 17 yard scoring toss to FR TE Morgan. A&M would pull off a long drive but it ultimately ended with a FG and that is when the Rebel defense took over. The Rebels scored late in the 2nd quarter to cut the lead to three. The second quarter was very defensive with Manziel tossing two picks. After the half, Jeff Scott returned from a brief injured and lead Ole Miss down the field, scoring for the 21-17 lead. Didn't really take much for A&M to score again though as Manziel looked sharp, connecting on a 15 yard pass to take another 3 point lead. Jeff Scott started the fourth with another TD and then major misfortune struck for the Aggies. On a pass that looked to be a TD for A&M turned into the receiver catching the ball in mid air, fumbling before his foot came down and the Rebel defense recovering in the endzone essentially for a touchback. Wallace would lead this drive, ending in another scoring toss to Morgan off a play action pass. Manziel again was clutch and stormed down the field in less than minute to score and convert a 2 point to make it a three point game. Ole Miss would take a long drive and punch in a 5 yard score from Walton to seal this game away. Johnny Manziel had a great day passing minus the two costly picks but the Rebel defense turned heads as they kept him to 17 yards rushing on 8 attempts. It could have been 1 yard rushing but he stole a 16 yard rush at the end of the fourth.

    The Rebels take down a Top Five team and host LSU in Week 8. Another Top Five team fell this week as Penn State beats #3 Michigan by a FG.

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    B. Wallace - 12/17, 141 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
    J. Scott - 29 Att, 186 yards, 6.4 YPC, 2 TD
    J. Walton - 15 Att, 52 yards, 3.4 YPC, 1 TD
    C. Morgan - 5 Rec, 57 yards, 2 TD
    C. Sawyer - 6 Tackles, 1 INT
    I. Gross - 5 Tackles, 1 TFL, 1 Sack (broke single season Ole Miss sack record)
    C. Johnson - 3 Tackles, 3 TFL, 2 Sacks
    M. Marry - 4 Tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR
     
  3. edge7771

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  4. BRUCE80

    BRUCE80 Let the dirt just shower over you..

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    Good hard fought win, Congrats man... its tough to play that good of D in NCAA 14 Edge...Cal has a ton of speed as well...but UCLA's roster is loaded with young talent and a superb QB. Your team will be a nightmare when some of your current sophomore and Freshman come of age in a season or two.
     
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    Raidernation I can show you better than I can tell you

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    The Bulldogs looked to continue their winning ways with a visit into Auburn's home turf. Mississippi State’s defense remains the bright spot on this squad as the Tiger’s #4 rush offense looked to dim the lights this Saturday. NO HAPPs!! The Tigers got out to an early 10-7 then Dem Dawgs locked on and didn’t let go. This defense showed their metal today doing everything possible to ensure a Miss State victory including almost giving the game up. In the end the Dawgs came out on top.

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  6. BRUCE80

    BRUCE80 Let the dirt just shower over you..

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    Game of the Year so far for the Cougars....Who
    traveled to Corvallis Oregon and faced the OSU Beavers in what was a classic game. This ended up being the #1 rated game for me in this seasons game. Including several great games from T1 including a couple title runs.

    Cougars D played lights out for three Qtrs and had a 21-7 lead and then we fell apart sorta...The Coach of the Beavers made a strategic change and it worked...and it had more to do with great play and smart playing calling of the Beaver leader and it had to do with the Beavers pounding the ground game and hammering it at us...finally tying the game at 21. Then Halliday would have a big pass dropped and miss a wide open WR that would have went for a big play. Then he tossed a pick...Next play TD Beavers and we were behind 28-21.

    We got the kickoff worked the sidelines and had three time outs....we got down the field, not using the hurry up O and got a TD to Mayle to tie the game and send it to OT.

    In OT the teams traded TDs the first two OTs... Then in the 3rd OT the Beaver QB tried to force a throw to the TE and it was picked off, the Cougars ran it a few times...and Furney was able to overcome the icing and hit the game winner. Cougars win 45-42.

    Great freaking game bigrice25 , one of the best i have been involved in NCAA 14. The young Cougars continue to surprise the Pac 12 and are bowl eligible at 6-0.

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    Even a 28-7 lead against the CPU isn't safe !!!​

    Fourot Field, MO l The Tiger offense that has been lighting up the scoreboards around the country came out again on fire while hosting the more talented Georgia Bulldogs. The offense was able to their first 4 drives all the way into the endzone building a 28-7 lead midway through the 2nd quarter. That's when things started to get interesting....

    The CPU Bulldogs would go on a 21-7 run to close the half where it appeared neither team was interested in playing any defense. Georgia RB Gurley was a beast running and catching the ball all afternoon. The 2nd half was the trading of points where the Tigers were able to hold on after two on side kicks.

    Mizzou heads to Gainesville to play the #4 ranked Gators next week. Expectations continue to rise around Missouri and things are looking positive on getting a birth into the SEC CCG.

    Game Ball:
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    17 car 166 yds 3 TD

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  8. UofCWildcat

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    MAJOR UPSET IN LA! Arizona Comes Away with the Win in Triple OT!
    Arizona: 47
    #25 USC: 41

    3OT

    Arizona came in to the Colosseum looking to get their first PAC-12 win under Coach Lambdin. After a pretty defensive game, USC found pay dirt first with a field goal. Arizona would respond with a long drive and a Pierre Cormier TD run to make it 7-3 at the end of the first. In the second, Arizona would hold the Condoms at bay with their stingy defense. Arizona drove down and got 2 field goals to make it a 13-3 game. But Arizona would falter as they threw an interception and things went sour with less than 1 minute before the half. USC's Max Wittek made some amazing throws and got the Condoms 14 points to close out the 1st half and lead the Wildcats by 4. In the second half, there was a lot more of the same. Arizona turned the ball over 3 more times and USC was being held down by the Arizona defense. Arizona managed a drive to get 7 on the board but USC would get three to make it a tie game after 3. In the fourth, Arizona was starting to get it's rhythm down as they drove down and scored to put Arizona ahead by 7. Arizona's defense would hold for much of the fourth but so did USC's. USC had one final chance, and wouldn't you know, the All American Marquis Lee took a 44 yard pass from Max Wittek and scored with :45 left. The Arizona faithful stunned, tried to make something happen. But 2 straight sacks lead Coach Lambdin to call off the dogs and start to work towards Overtime.

    In the extra time, USC got the ball first and made quick work of the Arizona secondary as they scored with Lee again. The pressure all on Arizona, the Wildcats made a wonderful drive as they found the endzone with Ka'Deem Carey. In the second OT period, Arizona scored quickly and Ka'Deem punched it in. Now the pressure was on USC. But USC didn't bat an eye as they made quick work again of the Wildcats defense and tied it up. In the third period of OT, Max Wittek was very confident. He had just carved up the weak secondary for two quick scores. But the Wildcats rose up and knocked the pompous QB on his ass and he threw a horrible pick to Wayne Capers. The Arizona offense would not take any chances as they drove down the field in hopes of better field position. But it appeared as if they Condoms had broken their elastic strength as they were penetrated for an easy 6, and Arizona would go on to win a hard fought game.
     

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