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The Streak Continues
Sooners down Texas Tech, improve win streak to 6.
NORMAN- The Texas Tech Red Raiders played Great.........for a half at least before being overcome by the Sooner faithful. The No Huddle offense gave Oklahoma's defense some trouble initially, but after halftime adjustments were made, The Sooners were able to take control of the game and get people some playing time. The coach challenged QB Blake Bell this week, stating that he need to cut down on his turnovers and not put his team in bad situations. Early in the contest, it didnt seem like the message resonated because Bell threw an early 1st quarter pick 6 and he found his team down 10-0. He would settle down though and punish the Red Raider defense to the tune of 355yds through the air with 6 td's. WR Kenny Stills caught 5 balls for 96yds and 3 scores. OLB Corey Nelson lead the defense with 8 tackles, 1 sack and a FF. Next up, A Showdown with the Iowa St. Cyclones!!!
FINAL SCORE: 56-20 Oklahoma!
Cardinals Survive Syracuse Louisville recieved the opening kickoff and was driving down near the red zone, when Teddy Bridgewater threw a TD pass, to the wrong team. Orange CB Desir sprinted 79 yards for paydirt giving Syracuse the early lead. Then on their next drive Syracuse QB Charley 'Lisa' Loeb took advantage of bump and run coverage and threw a bullet to WR Adrian Flemming for a 46 yard TD.
Sixth ranked Louisville was shocked. They went back to work in the second quarter scoring two big TDs to tie it up.
The Cardinals untied it in the 3rd quarter making the score 21-14 with just over one quarter remaining. Syracuse threatened late, but came up short and had to punt with a few minutes remaining hoping their defense would get them the ball back. Lousiville was feeling greedy and the Orange wouldn't touch the ball again.
QB Teddy Bridgewater, was the player of the game despite his early miscue. He went 16/20 for 212 yards, 3 TDs, and 1 INT. He also had 30 rushing yards.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Despite a flawless performance from Munchie Legaux, who threw for 3 touchdowns, 209 yards and no interceptions on 29 passes and a stellar rushing effort from Jamaal Poteat, who ran for 101 yards on 21 attempts, two key fumbles on special teams proved to be the downfall for Cincinnati as Pittsburgh narrowly escaped defeat, 31-24. Bearcat cornerback Aaron Roberson contributed two interceptions and Andrew Chisum caught 7 passes for 63 yards in Cincinnati's losing effort. Pittsburgh's Mark Myers threw for 234 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions, and the Panthers rushing attack combiend for 120 yards and a touchdown off of 17 attempts. Cincinnati will look to rebound against Louisville in the hopes of securing the Big East championship for the second year in a row.
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