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  1. Kasper

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    #24 Toledo 48
    #6 Va. Tech 41 (OT)

    Virginia Tech opened the game with the ball and looked good en route to a FG for a 3-0 lead. On Toledo’s 1st play, Owens found the HB on a swing play that went all the way to the 2 yard line, setting up a quick TD pass on the next play to go up 7-0, but VT would score the next 2 TDs to take a 17-7 lead with Toledo on their heels. But a Toledo interception would lead to a Terrance Owens 2 yard TD run. They’d get the ball back twice late in the 1st half and scored a TD and a FG to take a 24-17 lead, getting the ball at half. But on the 2nd play, Owens threw 1 of his 2 INTs of the day leading to a VT FG, 24-20. The score was 31-27 Toledo at the end of the 3rd and with 4:08 the score was all knotted up at 34. With the ball and 4 minutes left, Toledo pulled an Andrew Luck vs. USC and threw his 2nd INT of the day, this returned for a TD, giving Toledo just 3:30 left to tie the game. That wouldn’t be difficult as Toledo just wanted to make sure they didn’t give VT enough time to kick a FG. And with 0:22 left, it wasn’t enough and the game went into OT. Toledo lost the toss and had the ball first, where the running game would get them to 1st and goal. On 3rd and goal from the 4, Toledo was in a tough spot. They called a QB blast and it worked, Owens got into the endzone for the 3rd time of the day. Virginia Tech faced a 4th and 1 on the 16 and decided throw it into the endzone put it was broken up by the CB in 1-on-1 coverage to let Toledo just barely sneak away. 2-0 bitches!

    Terrance Owens (QB)- 21-37 for 321 yards, 3 TD, 2 INT, 17 carries for 77 yards, 3 TD
    Josh Haden (HB)- 11 carries for 77 yards, 4 receptions for 109 yards
    Bernard Reedy (WR)- 4 receptions for 59 yards, TD
    Dan Molls (MLB)- 14 tackles, 3 TFL
     
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    USF Cheeses Its Way To A Win

    #25 USF 34
    Ball State 28

    Ball State's defense couldn't do anything against a super cheesy BJ Daniels. There were multiple times in the game where he was dead to rights, about to get sacked and he took off and ran for 20+ yards or ran backwards and threw it off his back foot on the money to a WR for first downs. Ball State could only do so much to try to stop the overpowered no-huddle cheesefest. They were up 14-10, but after USF scored to make it 17-14, they never led again. Ball State lost their best WR Tomlinson for 5 weeks in the 2nd quarter after a routine kickoff return. The USF players were dancing after he grabbed his arm. Ball State went down 13 points late, but a crazy pissed off Wenning moved it down the field in 2 plays to score to make it 34-28. They tried the onside kick, but couldn't come up with it.

    Fuck USF, fuck the cheesy ass hurry up offense, scrambling, robo QB bullshit. If it wasn't for that I would be 2-0.

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  5. Kasper

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    QB spy?
     
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    NIU Plays Solid, Bows Out to OU in the End 26-14

    Northern Illinois was obviously outmatched in this one, and Jordan Lynch's 3 interceptions didn't help anything. The junior signal caller went 13-27 for 100 yards along with his three picks. He has struggled early so far this season, but the coaching staff has chalked it up to stiff competition.

    "You take any kid and give him his first two starts on the road at Georgia and at Oklahoma and let me know how he does," stated Coach Kasper. "We have full confidence in Jordan as our starting quarterback and believe he can guide us to a division title."

    Junior running back Jamal Womble had another solid game, racking up 98 yards on 22 attempts against a stout Sooner defense. He also tacked on a touchdown, as did Lynch on the ground. The receiving corps wasn't anything special, but the two freshman showed some glimpses of greatness. Tight end Eddie Bonner had a nice jump ball catch from 15 yards out, coming just a yard short of the endzone after catching it. Receiver Kris Ford had a few nice catch and runs as well. Coaches have stated Ford will see a lot more of an "all purpose" approach as conference play kicks up. It is probably because he is fast by MAC standards, but against Georgia and Oklahoma, he is simply average in the speed department.

    Defensively, NIU was able to cause a few turnovers (2 fumbles and an INT) to keep this one close.

    In summary, this one was a reach for the Huskies to begin with- but they definitely grew as a team which is all you can ask from these OOC games.
     
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    It didn't help at all. He would get knocked on his ass by linemen. :\
     
  8. Ghost

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    lol your game was exactly like mine just more points were scored in my game. Mizzou ran 5 wide no huddle the whole game and everytime i would QB spy he would just run right by time.
     
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    Temple Beats Second Top 15 Opponent on Road
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    After two bye weeks, the #19 Temple Owls traveled to face #11 Penn State in week 4. Matt Brown stunned the home crowd on the opening kick-off:​
    Temple held Penn State to a FG attempt on their opening drive, but it was perhaps an ill advised attempt; Brown strikes again:​
    Penn State came roaring back after they found themselves in an early 0-14 deficit. Silas Redd took an option pitch to the outside for a 73 yard TD. Temple's Gerardi was god awful in this one, only completing less than half the passes he threw, and he also threw 4 picks. Penn State picked him off twice to set them up with 10 more points, and a 17-14 lead early in the second quarter. Both teams played strong defense, and traded FGs before the half. 20-17 Penn State.​
    Once again in a tough road game, the Owl defense completely shut out the opposing offense in the second half. On PSU's first drive, Senior FS Carraway made a huge INT:​
    Penn State never seemed to recover momentum after that. Pierce ran in a 7 yard TD, then a 20 yarder to put Temple up 31-20 in the third. Penn State was forced to punt, and Gerardi hit WR CJ Hammond for a 54 yard TD pass. 38-20 Temple. The lone points scored in the fourth quarter was another TD pass to CJ Hammond (29 yards). Temple finally gets a home game in week 5, a 1/3 of the way through the season. Whoever schedules these games must be on meth *cough*​
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  11. Kasper

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    I wish I could give the CPU a brain or a stronger leg so that field goal shit doesn't happen. Kudos to you for taking it back Fuzzy- nice play.

    I quit returning those because the CPU is so dumb with them. I would rather see us catch those and kneel it in the endzone to simulate the CPU actually having a brain and punting.. or returning it to the 20 or so if you catch it in the grey area between being able to kneel and being out.

    Again though- nice play and damnnn Browns fast.
     
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    I usually don't get past the 20-30 with them, but I always try. That was a lucky one, and Brown is just so fast.
     
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    Miami(OH) Clobbers Ohio
    Last year the game ended in thrilling fashion when WR Willie Culpepper found his way into the endzone with 27 seconds left. Miami(OH) won it 35-28 but this year the game was not even close. Bobcat QB Tyler Tettleton and RB Ryan Boykin sliced through the Redhawk defense in the last contest but this time they were stopped dead in their tracks. The Redhawk defense wasn't able to pop the ball loose but they were able to pick off Tettleton two times and sacked him six times.​
    Nothing happened in the 1st Quarter as both team's defenses were stopping each others play makers. One question that should be brought up is Redhawk RB Erik Finklea's injury risk. He went down once again with mild back spasms and was able to return, but the Junior RB has gotten hurt in back to back games this season. In the 2nd Quarter Miami(OH) started to roll on offense and defense. Finklea would rack up most of his 105 yards in this quarter and would get both TDs before halftime. First one was a "get out of my way" TD as he just punished the MLB and drove into the endzone from 6 yards out. After a couple of punts Finklea would strike again. He ran untouched for 59 yards due to the spectacular blocking from his line a FB. The Redhawk defense would create their first turnover of the game by picking off Tettleton. QB Zac Dysert would rally the troops and got his team into the endzone one more time before half. He did with a quick strike to WR David Frazier for the easy 15 yard TD. In efforts to try and score, Ohio tried one last hailmary and paid for it. Tettleton had the blocking and stayed calm. He then would air mail the ball to only be picked off by CB Allen Veazie and returned 84 yards for the TD. This TD would put Miami(OH) up 28-0 going into halftime.​
    With the game being lop sided the starters would only play a few more minutes of the game before the back ups came in. This is when Ohio would get most of their yards and their only score of the game from. Backup Redhawk RB Chrishawn Dupuy came in and did not look like a Freshman at all. On his second carry he broke a 23 yard TD, his first of the season. He gashed the already tired Ohio defense the rest of the game averaging 9.7 yards a pop! The 3rd Quarter would close with the score 35-0 in my Miami(OH)'s favor. Finally, after being shut out for three quarters Ohio finally got into the endzone. QB Tettleton would find his fellow Bobcat TE Jordan Thompson for the 24 yard score. Thompson out jumped FS Brison Burris for the ball and came down with two fit in the endzone. Chrishawn Dupuy would score yet again, earning him the player of the game award. In the winding minutes, Dupuy, broke another run but instead of running into the endzone he ran out of bounds so backup QB Austin Boucher could kneel out the clock.​
    Miami(OH) gets their first conference victory and took the right step forward in trying to win the conference. Next week they will be tested as they travel to take on Bowling Green State University.​
    FINAL SCORE: 42-7
    PLAYER OF THE GAME: RB Chrishawn Dupuy- 17 Carries, 165 yards, 2 TDs
     
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