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All Season 2 game summaries are to go here. Good Luck and have fun this season.
i have fun with your mom every season
Scarlet Knights Win
Rutgers walks off with a 38-14 victory over Temple.
06:39TDRutgersTimothy Wright WR #5 17 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
05:43TDTempleMatt Balasavage TE #89 12 yard pass from Chester Stewart QB #7
05:29TDRutgersMark Harrison WR #81 89 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
04:52TDRutgersMo Sanu WR #6 53 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
01:00TDRutgersJoe Martinek HB #38 1 yard rush
04:35TDRutgersMo Sanu WR #6 13 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
01:47TDTempleQuinten White ROLB #32 67 yard interception
01:31FGRutgersSan San Te K #1 29 yard field goal
1st Downs 20 29
3rd down efficiency 27.27 54.55
4th down efficiency 0 0
Total Yards 355 591
Passing 152 401
Completion Attempts 14 - 24 26 - 39
Yards Per Pass 6.33 10.28
Rushing Attempts 20 23
Yards Per Rush 2.7 4.91
Turnovers 3 1
Fumbles Lost 0 0
Interceptions Thrown 3 1
Possession 10:49 24:27
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Week 1 is in the books, and Pittsburgh starts the year 0-1. The Florida State Seminoles came to town, and handed it to us. We liked our chances heading into this game, but could not stop the rushing attack led by HB Jermaine Thomas who went for 180 yards, 3 TD on 21 carries. 80 of those came on the first play from scrimmage, but when the game was on the line we were unable to contain him.
Neither quarterback played well, as each threw 2 INT. We were unable to generate any sort of a passrush from our front 4, and both of our new starters at DE struggled to break free of their blockers. Dion Lewis hardly touched the ball, and coach Rockwell had this to say, "You know, Florida State got us out of our rhythym. I didnt really look at the stats, but it looked like he was getting stopped in the backfield a lot. If you would have told me he was averaging 9.5 yards per carry, I probably would have gone to him more. That was bad play calling on my part. We'll learn from this, and move on."
A lot of players got their first action as starters, and we were relatively happy with our performance. The offensive line could use some improvement in their pass blocking, as we allowed 2 sacks, but Sunseri was underpressure most of the game. The run blocking was great. Defensively? I liked that we generated some pressure, but once again, the line has to play better. They let Thomas get free on key downs, and the linebackers and secondary missed some tackles.
Images from Week 1:
07:48 TD Florida State Jermaine Thomas HB #38 80 yard rush
06:46 TD Pittsburgh Dion Lewis HB #28 58 yard rush
04:40 TD Pittsburgh Tristan Roberts RE #32 30 yard fumble
00:50 FG Florida State Dustin Hopkins K #18 41 yard field goal
01:27 TD Pittsburgh Jon Baldwin WR #82 46 yard pass from Tino Sunseri QB #12
00:14 TD Florida State Jermaine Thomas HB #38 7 yard rush
06:42 TD Florida State Jermaine Thomas HB #38 4 yard pass from EJ Manuel QB #3
05:09 TD Florida State Jermaine Thomas HB #38 8 yard rush
03:49 FG Pittsburgh Kevin Harper K #39 43 yard field goal
Great summary Pa. Just want to add how physical game this was. Other than the 3 big plays, the defenses really dominated this game. It seemed as the game went on, my run game really started to wear down the Panther defense. I also have to say how great I though my secondary played. We really kept big Jon Baldwin in check other than the one long TD. Greg Reid, Xavier Rhodes, LaMarcus Joyner and Mike Harris all deserve game balls as they did not let any seperation between themselves and the Panther receivers. Pitt's D also played very well as EJ Manuel couldn't get anything down field. He really had to spread the ball around quite a bit. What a huge deal it was to have Thomas back in the fold. He missed the last 9 games last season with a torn labrum and he was sorely missed as Chris Thompson coughed up the ball numerous times last year. Hopefully this win can springboard us into a great season. We really shit the bed at the end of last season as we were #1 and then lost our last three. Were already looking at that Miami game as the key to our season. Although we got them down in Miami early last season, they won the one that counted in the ACC championship. They were two classics and we look forward to our opportunity to play not only them but also a great Clemson team. Should be an exciting season!!
Yeah good game man. I forgot to mention that you lead time of posession I think 20 minutes to my 9...
Tigers Dominate Opener
Fans in Clemson are happy with Clemson's 2011 debut.
Clemson: 34 Vanderbilt: 3
First Quarter05:07TDClemsonAndre Ellington HB #23 1 yard rush
01:28FGClemsonChandler Catanzaro K #39 23 yard field goal
Second Quarter04:25FGVanderbiltRyan Fowler K #48 37 yard field goal
01:19TDClemsonMarquan Jones WR #26 8 yard pass from Tajh Boyd QB #10
Third Quarter03:44TDClemsonAndre Ellington HB #23 5 yard rush
00:00FGClemsonChandler Catanzaro K #39 36 yard field goal
Fourth Quarter03:53TDClemsonJamie Harper HB #8 1 yard rush
3rd down efficiency35.7144.44
4th down efficiency00
Completion Attempts14 - 2919 - 27
Yards Per Pass5.1710.93
Yards Per Rush0.445.47
The story of this game was turnovers. Coach BlondeRedHead did a phenomenal job limiting my run game, but a fumble on each of his first two drives put him in an early hole from which he could not recover. Auburn, on the other hand, played turnover free football and that clearly won them the game. I think the Badgers, with a bit more luck, should be very successful in the Big 10. Coach BlondeRedHead definitely has some stick skills.
7 31Wisconsin's offense starts season terribly, can't buy a breakWhen the Badgers fumbled away the ball to Auburn on their first two possessions, you could have guessed things weren't going to turn out well for Wisconsin. Even though their defense played well in the first half, and kept them in striking distance, the offense couldn't get anything going against a stingy Tiger defense.After holding Auburn to only 3 points after the two turnovers, the Badgers couldn't help but feel lucky, as moronic as that sounds. But when the offense couldn't produce (thanks for sticking around for another year, John Clay), the defense gave up a 59 yard touchdown pass from Cameron Newton to DeAngelo Benton. And in a second quarter that was very defensive, Wisconsin gave up a touchdown with :10 left in the half to let Auburn take a 17-0 lead. You could tell right then and there this game was over, but the second half still needed to be played.And that second half saw Wisconsin QB Jon Budmayr throw 2 interceptions, and the Auburn offense continually convert on 3rd down. After two rushing touchdowns in the third quarter put Auburn up 31-0, Wisconsin was finally able to get a score in the 4th quarter on a 12 yard pass from Budmayr to Jeff Duckworth.For Wisconsin, things don't look too good going into next week against Tennessee. The QB position is up for grabs, as coach Blonde said after the game true freshman QB Maurice Gordon may get an opportunity to start. Auburn looked great today, firing on all cylinders, seemingly unable to make a mistake (even when the ball would hit the hands of defenders). They should be strong contenders for the SEC title come the end of the year.The Badgers starting QB Jon Budmayr was 18/25 for 249 yards, a TD and 2INTs. HB Montee Ball had 15 carries for 59 yards, and WR Jeff Duckworth led the way with 6 catches for 67 yards and a TD.For Auburn, QB Cameron Newton was 13/18 for 253 yards with 2TDs, and 7 rushes for 27 yards. HB Onterio McCalebb had 15 carries for 59 yards and a TD. WR Quindarius Carr had 3 receptions for 77 yards.
Scarlet Knights Improve to 2-0
Boise State is unhappy with their 38-26 showing against Rutgers.
04:48FGRutgersSan San Te K #1 32 yard field goal
02:34TDRutgersTimothy Wright WR #5 2 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
02:54TDBoise StateChris Potter WR #3 18 yard pass from Kellen Moore QB #11
02:23TDRutgersMo Sanu WR #6 44 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
05:56TDRutgersMo Sanu WR #6 12 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
01:06TDRutgersMo Sanu WR #6 5 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
07:22TDBoise StateDoug Martin HB #22 4 yard rush
04:17TDRutgersDC Jefferson TE #10 10 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
03:33TDBoise StateChris Potter WR #3 83 yard pass from Kellen Moore QB #11
00:41TDBoise StateKyle Efaw TE #80 9 yard pass from Kellen Moore QB #11
Boise State Rutgers
1st Downs 27 36
3rd down efficiency 18.18 40
4th down efficiency 100 0
Total Yards 498 617
Passing 265 386
Completion Attempts 21 - 36 30 - 47
Yards Per Pass 7.36 8.21
Rushing Attempts 19 21
Yards Per Rush 4.74 4.38
Turnovers 0 1
Fumbles Lost 0 0
Interceptions Thrown 0 1
Possession 12:50 19:10
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The Panthers were highly pissed off following their season opening loss to Florida State and took it out on the Temple Owls. This game was no contest as even the 2nd stringers got into the action late in the 3rd quarter. Tino Sunseri struggled against a suprisingly strong passrush from such a bad team. Going 9 for 23 for 175 yards. Both TD's were to "Big Play" Jon Baldwin. Baldwin had another huge game hauling in 7 catches for 142 yards.
Dion Lewis broke 100 yards with 22 carries and 3 TD. We even found a pass rusher, in DE Brandon Lindsey with his 2 sacks.
Next week it's a tough game at Iowa, and the team will certainly have to pass protect better.
Images from week 2:
05:13 TD Pittsburgh Dion Lewis HB #28 6 yard rush
02:57 TD Temple Bernard Pierce HB #30 18 yard pass from Chester Stewart QB #7
00:34 TD Pittsburgh Jon Baldwin WR #82 36 yard pass from Tino Sunseri QB #12
07:56 TD Pittsburgh Dion Lewis HB #28 7 yard rush
05:28 TD Pittsburgh Jon Baldwin WR #82 7 yard pass from Tino Sunseri QB #12
00:59 TD Pittsburgh Dion Lewis HB #28 5 yard rush
1st Downs 27 25
3rd down efficiency 36.36 25
4th down efficiency 0 0
Total Yards 417 315
Passing 175 183
Completion Attempts 9 - 24 13 - 28
Yards Per Pass 7.29 6.54
Rushing Attempts 36 30
Yards Per Rush 4.39 1.4
Turnovers 1 2
Fumbles Lost 1 0
Interceptions Thrown 0 2
Possession 18:31 13:29
Ohio State 16
In a defensive battle, the Ohio State Buckeyes outlasted the Tigers on a last second Field Goal. Neither team was able to move the ball effectively outside of the first two drives of the game. The key drive for the Buckeyes came late in the 4th trailing by 3. Ohio state ran the ball 10 times in a row to get into FG range to tie things up.
On the last Auburn offensive play, Cam Newton was stripped of the ball with 3 seconds left and it was recovered by OSU at the Auburn 30. THe ensuing FG was good and the Buckeyes start out 1-0.
Great game, Peench. I have a feelign we will be waging many an epic battle throughout the future.
16 23Wisconsin squeezes past NIU with last second TDThe fans at Camp Randall left after Saturday's game with the taste of disappointment and bitter Milwaukee beer on their palates, even though their beloved Badgers pulled out a victory. The offense continues to be anemic, even though the rushing attack is starting to come around somewhat. Coach Blonde decided to start true freshman Maurice Gordon at QB, and he got his first victory, but that was mostly due to the defense, who showed up in full force...at times.The first quarter saw Gordon lead the Badgers slowly downfield before settling for a field goal on their first drive. The defenses would make stops for the rest of the quarter, and the next score didn't come until Wisconsin got another field goal early in the second quarter. Northern Illinois was able to get a 30 yard pass on play action to get inside the Badger red zone near halftime, and the Huskies would settle for a field goal. Wisconsin was able to string together a 2-minute offense that got them into field goal range with a few seconds left in the half, and they converted yet again. The 9-3 score at halftime had Coach Blonde sick to his stomach, as he told reporters at the half, "If we can't get touchdowns, we won't win 5 games this year."Well they got their touchdown to start the second half, but the offense would have no part in that. On the first play of scrimmage in the second half, Northern Illinois fumbled the ball, and CB Devin Smith picked it up and walked untouched into the end zone for a 19 yard recovery. Things appeared to start coming together for the Badgers, but Northern Illinois had some resiliency. Their next drive was long and feature a lot of dinking and dunking down the field, but it ended with a 52 yard field goal to bring the game to 16-6. Wisconsin would fumble the ball on their next possession, and the Huskies got the ball at midfield, and were able to put together a short drive that ended with another field goal.In the 4th, the Wisconsin offense got conservative, trying to chew the clock and get a few points to put the game out of reach. They were able to chew the clock, but were forced to punt just outside the NIU 30 yard line, pinning them deep in their own territory with a few minutes left. After a few running plays, a 3rd and short saw the Badgers bring the house, and NIU QB Chandler Harnish found a wide open Willie Clark who ran 86 yards untouched for the score, tying the game at 16-16 with less than 3 minutes left.However, Maurice Gordon showed that he will most likely keep the starting job with Wisconsin's last drive, not throwing an incompletion and leading a precise passing attack downfield and setting up a 3 yard touchdown run by Montee Ball with :30 left in the game, giving the Badgers the 23-16 victory.For Wisconsin, Maurice Gordon was 13/27 for 174 yards, with no touchdowns or interceptions. Montee Ball had 22 carries for 111 yards and the game winning touchdown, while WR Jared Abbrederis led the way with 6 catches for 101 yards in Nick Toon's spot.The Huskies were led at QB by Chandler Harnish, who was 9/14 for 200 yards and a TD. Cameron Bell had 8 carries for 28 yards, and Jasmin Hopkins had 12 rushes for 25 yards. Willie Clark had 2 receptions for 109 yards, including the 86 yard touchdown.
Week 2: (sorry a little late my effing 70 page thesis paper took up some time)
Terrapins Don't Even Threaten
Tigers blank Maryland, 48-0.
Andre Ellington Continues A Strong Early Season Going 20 for 178 and 3 TouchdownsClemson: 48Maryland: 0
First Quarter04:40TDClemsonAndre Ellington HB #23 13 yard rush
03:13TDClemsonMarquan Jones WR #26 63 yard pass from Tajh Boyd QB #10
00:01TDClemsonMarquan Jones WR #26 7 yard pass from Tajh Boyd QB #10
Second Quarter04:28TDClemsonAndre Ellington HB #23 3 yard rush
02:14TDClemsonAndre Ellington HB #23 5 yard rush
Third Quarter04:46TDClemsonJamie Harper HB #8 4 yard rush
00:44FGClemsonChandler Catanzaro K #39 36 yard field goal
Forth Quarter07:39FGClemsonChandler Catanzaro K #39 25 yard field goal
DaQuan Bowers adds another 2 sacks to his season totalMarylandClemson
3rd down efficiency037.5
4th down efficiency00
Completion Attempts7 - 199 - 14
Yards Per Pass6.1613.21
Yards Per Rush07.4
Coaching Staff Worried About Canes heading into game with Ohio St.
Miami came away with the win today but they played sloppy and emotionless and let an inferior team take them to the edge, they will need to play much better if they hope to beat Ohio St and if they hope to continue winning against tougher teams.
Week 2Florida State @ VirginiaFSU traveled to Charlottsville Virginia for their ACC opener against a gritty Virginia team.The Noles jumped all over the Cavaliers early as the offense and defense combined for 21 first quarter points. EJ Manuel would give back six in the second but the Noles still led 21-7 at half.The Seminoles were in cruise control the whole second half as they were never threatened. Jermaine Thomas and Lonnie Pryor would add TD runs and the defense which played great added a safety to go along with a Dustin Hopkins 39yd FG to end the scoring in this one. When all was said and done, the Noles would leave town with a 40-14 victory.Scoring SummaryFirst Quarter04:15TDFlorida StateJermaine Thomas HB #38 41 yard rush00:50TDFlorida StateEJ Manuel QB #3 7 yard rush00:40TDFlorida StateXavier Rhodes CB #27 30 yard interceptionSecond Quarter00:52TDVirginiaRodney McLeod SS #4 80 yard interceptionThird Quarter04:15TDFlorida StateJermaine Thomas HB #38 7 yard rushForth Quarter07:43TDFlorida StateLonnie Pryor FB #24 2 yard rush05:25TDVirginiaMax Milien FB #36 25 yard pass from Michael Rocco QB #16 01:52FGFlorida StateDustin Hopkins K #18 39 yard field goal01:16SFVirginiaMichael Rocco QB #16 0 yard safetyPlayer of the Game
Thomas led the Noles balanced attack with 98yds on 13 carries with 2TD's.
Week 3Boston College @ Florida StateFlorida State looked to continue their winning ways as Boston College traveled to Tallahassee in a early season ACC battle.For the second consecutive week Florida St came out flying. Jermaine Thomas would score two first quarter TD's and EJ Manuel would hit Taiwan Easterling on a 60yd TD pass to give the Noles an early 21-0 lead and they never would look back. The Noles would add 10 second quarter points and only allowed a 53yd FG to BC and went into halftime with a 31-3 lead.The second half would be more of the same. Manuel added two third quarter TD's before taking a seat for the rest of the game. The backups got plenty of work in this one-sided blowout. Debrile Smiley and Ty Jones would also add TD's. The final score of this one was FSU 59 - BC 17.Scoring Summary First Quarter06:49TDFlorida StateJermaine Thomas HB #38 3 yard rush05:22TDFlorida StateTaiwan Easterling WR #8 60 yard pass from EJ Manuel QB #3 00:26TDFlorida StateJermaine Thomas HB #38 8 yard rushSecond Quarter05:41FGBoston CollegeNate Freese K #43 53 yard field goal02:00TDFlorida StateBeau Reliford TE #88 4 yard pass from EJ Manuel QB #3 00:00FGFlorida StateDustin Hopkins K #18 39 yard field goalThird Quarter07:45TDFlorida StateWillie Haulstead WR #82 84 yard pass from EJ Manuel QB #3 05:30TDBoston CollegeColin Larmond WR #10 58 yard pass from Dave Shinskie QB #1502:42TDFlorida StateTaiwan Easterling WR #8 25 yard pass from EJ Manuel QB #3 Forth Quarter06:04TDFlorida StateDebrale Smiley FB #21 1 yard rush04:43TDBoston CollegeMontel Harris HB #2 4 yard rush01:09TDFlorida StateTy Jones HB #33 3 yard rush
Player of the GameManuel was superb going 16-20 for 380yds and 4TD's
Oklahoma @ Florida StateOklahoma traveled to Talahassee in a matchup of the #10 ranked team and the #13 ranked team in the land. Both teams came in undefeated so something had to give.Oklahoma's air raid offense came out buzzing on the opening drive waltzing down the field at ease to take a early 7-0 lead. EJ Manuel and the FSU offense would not be outdone on this day however. Manuel engineered the Noles with ease and really had no trouble moving the ball against a tough OU defense. The play that really changed the outlook of this game was a Terrance Brooks fumble return for a TD on a punt return. Mike Harris absolutely crushed the OU returner and Brooks easily picked up the loose ball and scooted into the end-zone. Harris wouldn't be done however. After a Lonnie Pryor short TD run the Nole nickel back made his second huge play of the half when he picked off Landry Jones and raced in for a 67yd TD return. At this point it was all but over as the Noles went into halftime with a commanding 35-17 lead.The second half would again see the Noles just chew clock and get backups some reps. The Noles would add 13 more points to make this game a 48-17 butt kicking. After struggling early against the air raid offense, the defense really settled down and played great. FSU has a ton of depth in the secondary so that should be the strength of this squad. Manuel continues to impress thus far early in the season. He went 17-25 with 213yds and 2TD's and no picks. Jermaine Thomas also had another good game with 110yds on only 15 carries with a TD.Scoring Summary First Quarter06:13TDOklahomaBrennan Clay HB #25 6 yard pass from Landry Jones QB #12 03:11TDFlorida StateBert Reed WR #83 6 yard pass from EJ Manuel QB #3 Second Quarter07:57TDFlorida StateJermaine Thomas HB #38 2 yard rush06:41TDOklahomaTrent Ratterree TE #47 10 yard pass from Landry Jones QB #12 05:21FGOklahomaPatrick OHara K #43 39 yard field goal02:50TDFlorida StateTerrence Brooks CB #31 11 yard fumble01:04TDFlorida StateLonnie Pryor FB #24 2 yard rush00:22TDFlorida StateMike Harris CB #1 67 yard interceptionThird Quarter04:37FGFlorida StateDustin Hopkins K #18 28 yard field goalForth Quarter07:09TDFlorida StateBeau Reliford TE #88 1 yard pass from EJ Manuel QB #3 01:24FGFlorida StateDustin Hopkins K #18 17 yard field goalPlayer of the GameMike Harris had a fantastic game with a pick 6 and forced fumble
#11 AUBURN-49 #12 FLORIDA-24 Auburn, AL.-This was a tale of two halves, really. The Gators were leading early in the third quarter and it seemed as if there was nothing Auburn could do to stop the Gators offense. Brantley and company converted a lot of third and longs, frustrated Coach Peench. The gamechanger was really Darvin Adams, who racked up over 200 yards receiving and two scores. For Newton, most of the tosses were quick slants, drags, and flys which beat heavy Florida blitzes. Adams YAC made the difference.
Additionally, the Auburn defense really stepped up in the latter stages of this game, picking off Florida QB John Brantley off four times. The Tigers, who didn't turnover the ball once, looked stronger as the game went on. Led by All American corner Neiko Thorpe, the Auburn secondary was swarming.
The Tigers hit the road against SEC foe South Carolina next week before a bye in week 6. These next couple of weeks are pivotal for Auburn on the recruiting trail as well, as many of their top targets are expected to make their decisions shortly.
Ohio State 48
In the rematch of last season' BCS title game, Ohio State dominated from the start, Scoring on their first 3 posessions to jump out to a 21-7 lead. With the score 14-7, and momentum seeming to switch to the Canes, Terrelle Pryor found DeVier Posey breaking off a slant route and hit him for a 75 yard TD. Miami got within 21-14, but in the second half, the defense of the Buckeyes clamped down and the offense kept rolling.
Player of the game goes to the Buckeye O-Line. Ohio State runners averaged around 5.5 yards per carry (I think) and allowed the offense to control the pace of the game.
Good game, Bucsfan, as usual. How many times have we played now? Very classy opponent always.
I wanna say we have played 5 times at least ...maybe more lol
Clemson couldn't quite pull off the W against Rutgers.
#23 Rutgers: 38
04:55TDRutgersMo Sanu WR #6 16 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
00:00TDRutgersMark Harrison WR #81 3 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
06:25TDRutgersDC Jefferson TE #10 9 yard pass from Tom Savage QB #7
03:55TDClemsonAndre Ellington HB #23 19 yard pass from Tajh Boyd QB #10
01:24FGRutgersSan San Te K #1 47 yard field goal
00:18FGClemsonChandler Catanzaro K #39 33 yard field goal
05:57TDClemsonDrew Traylor TE #82 22 yard pass from Tajh Boyd QB #10
02:44TDRutgersTom Savage QB #7 1 yard rush
00:39TDClemsonAndre Ellington HB #23 4 yard rush
04:00TDRutgersKa Lial Glaud ROLB #13 8 yard interception
03:18TDClemsonBryce McNeal WR #7 79 yard pass from Tajh Boyd QB #10
3rd down efficiency41.6762.5
4th down efficiency500
Completion Attempts22 - 4430 - 44
Yards Per Pass87.64
Yards Per Rush3.233.86
After forcing a punt the Clemson Offense had the ball back in their hands with a 1:08 left to go in the game. However, Clemson receivers could not create enough space and the drive stalled in a losing effort on the Rutgers 40 yard line. Clemson Will look to get back on track against rival Boston College next week.
Clemson: 45 Boston College: 7Eagles Limp Out of Clemson
Hostility abounds in Clemson as Clemson knocks off Boston College.
First Quarter06:20TDClemsonAndre Ellington HB #23 2 yard rush
01:33TDBoston CollegeMontel Harris HB #2 4 yard rush
00:46TDClemsonBrandon Maye ROLB #20 81 yard interception
Second Quarter03:50TDClemsonMarquan Jones WR #26 6 yard pass from Tajh Boyd QB #10
Third Quarter07:54TDClemsonGarry Peters CB #38 17 yard fumble
04:05TDClemsonAndre Ellington HB #23 12 yard rush
02:17TDClemsonBrandon Clear WR #85 5 yard pass from Tajh Boyd QB #10
00:02TDClemsonAndre Ellington HB #23 40 yard rush
Forth Quarter01:22FGClemsonChandler Catanzaro K #39 43 yard field goal
3rd down efficiency55.5630.77
4th down efficiency1000
Completion Attempts16 - 259 - 24
Yards Per Pass6.364.63
Yards Per Rush6.521.85
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