S2 week 2 summaries

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  1. NDCOLTS1979

    NDCOLTS1979 I love you red solo cup

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    S2 week 2 summaries

    Wyoming wins in a defensive battle. Uab came down and tied the game with 3 minutes left. Wyoming went down the field and got a key 1st down run to keep the clock moving and cause UAB to burn all its timeouts. Wyoming would kick the game winning FG with 14 seconds left in the game. Uab would hit a big pass and get it to the 50 with 9 seconds left. Would throw an incompletion and one more pass but would get tackled in field of play with the clock expired

    Great Game indy

    17-14 Wyoming
     
  2. indyballin22

    indyballin22 Walk On

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    Hawaii 27 Rice 23

    Houston- What a Game, a Ferious comeback attempt by Rice fell a Bit short as The Warriors of Hawaii won 27-23.

    Hawaii Took the Ball to start the Game and moved the ball down the field with a combo of running and passing, but the drive fell short and Duncan (hawaii's freshman k) connected for a 3-0 Hawaii lead. Rice came back riding the back of Mcguffie (michigan transfer) and drove it down and also like Hawaii's 1st drive had to settle for a FG and the Game was Tied 3-3. Hawaii took the ball and again drove the ball down the field Key play a 30 yrd pass connected to Hawaii's FB and again the drive stalled and had to settle for a FG and a 6-3 lead at the Half.

    Rice took the ball 2nd half and struggled to move the ball and punted, Hawaii then on a clock killing drive drove the ball down and this time hit paydirt as Rosehill (freshman RB) ran it in on a 14 yrd run for a 13-3 Hawaii Lead. Then The Hit Squad took center stage, as Rice was moving the ball, Rice's QB took a shot and Fumbled the ball and recovered by the Warriors and ran it to the 2 yrd line. Then Rosehill took the ball again and scored again for a 20-3 Hawaii Lead.

    Then the 4th Quarter Began. Rice took the ball and drove it down and then Mcguffie struck as he took a screen pass 42 yrds to paydirt and trimmed the lead to 20-10 Hawaii. Then after the KO, Hawaii struck right back as Rosehill hit the hole and ran the rest of the way untouched for 78 yrds and a 27-10 Hawaii Lead. Rice with that never say die attitude came back as Cook connected with his TE and he slipped 1 tackle and took it home to trim the Hawaii lead to 27-17. Hawaii playing conservative did nothing on their next drive and Rice came back with a No-Huddle attack and then Cook connected with his wideout for another Rice TD, the Owls went for 2 and Failed. 27-23 at this point. Rice went for the onside and did not recover the kick. Hawaii then ran out the clock with 2 kneel downs.

    GG T2 well played my friend.

    Hawaii now is 2-0 on the season.
    Rice drops to 0-2 on the season.
     
  4. T2

    T2 Smarter than your average bear!

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    yup another tough one for the owls... gg
     
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  6. H22APWRD94

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    Big win out there. Air Force is tough. They have a few playmakers and their playbook makes you respect the run. Lindley is looking awesome.

    Mike
     
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    It was a fun game - I was constantly behind but still had some faith. I had a few picks though. One bad flop throw when the rush got to the QB [should have eaten the sack]and another got picked when my receiver got blocked on his route.

    Struggling big-time with the run, I am not sure why. I do not have great TE's or a decent FB, but I would still expect some success, oh well.
     
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    CSU 21 - UCF 13

    By A Razor's Edge

    Colorado State finds a way to win against UCF.

    After a big win against in-state rival Colorado last week, the Rams went on the road to one of their recruiting hot beds, Florida, to visit the Knights of UCF. Coming off of a spectacular year last year in which the Knights finished undefeated and 4th in the country, this looked to be a challenging matchup. The biggest difference between the Knights of 2010 and 2011 was the absence of RB Brynn Harvey. Harvey was a Heisman Trophy winner a year ago, and left for the payday of the NFL. UCF is now led by SR QB Rob Calabrese. For CSU, the RB position was a big one to fill from last season. John Mosure and Leonard Mason both graduated and left a hole to fill. This year UCLA transfer Raymond Carter and freshman Chris Nwoke have teamed up to do the damage. Pete Thomas is entering his second season as QB after starting last year as a true freshman.

    The game started off with CSU taking the ball and putting together a bewildering drive. Lasting almost 6 minutes, covering over 15 plays, and converting a few big third downs along the way, CSU finally gets Raymond Carter into the endzone. A run over left tackle from two yards out got them on the board first. UCF came out and was forced to punt the ball away after 3 plays. CSU started on the move again, but could not keep not keep it going. Thomas was caught staring. Trying to find Cameron Moss on an in route, he just stayed with him a little too long and CB AJ Buoye came up with the pick. UCF turned this drive in to points as they moved the ball quickly and answered the bell, tying it up at 7. True Freshman Clay Woods poked his way through from three yards away. The rest of the first half was spent with the defenses showing off. The game went into half, tied at 7.

    Coming out for the third quarter, something had to give. UCF went with a change of pace on offense, trying to spark a fire. Having seen quite a bit of the 3WR , UCF went to the wide open spread and went with some no-huddle. A quick move down the field got them inside the 30, but the Ram defense held tough and forced the 37 yard FG. CSU took the kickoff and started working a drive of their own. A big hookup between Thomas and WR Byron Steele ate up almost 30 yards, and the offense was in UCF territory. Another few first downs, and the Rams were looking for the TD. On a big 3rd down, the Rams came out in the spread and Thomas found WR Matt Yemm. 14-10 CSU

    Not to be outdone, UCF came right back out in the no-huddle spread and demoralized the CSU defense. A great drive was finally stalled as CSU came up with a big sack and great coverage. UCF kicker Jamie Boyle again stepped in and made a big time kick, this one from 43 yards. 14-13 CSU Colorado State started the fourth quarter in control of the ball, and barely in control of the lead. In need of a TD to stretch the lead, the offense was hungry. They were moving the ball well on the ground. It was time to get TE Cameron Moss invlolved. Moss ran a beautiful corner route on the short side of the field underneath the safety, turned up field and was gone. The safety took a bad angle closing on him after the catch, and could not make the tackle. 42 yards later the big man rumbled in for the TD. 21-13 CSU

    UCF now had their backs against the wall. There was plenty of time on the clock, but they needed a score and the 2pt conversion. Well, they almost manged the score. They made it right to the doorstep. On first down, Calabrese dropped back, couldn't find anybody open, went to take off, but was quickly taken down by DT Ben Tedford. Then a big 2nd down play by MLB Steve Tolbert forced the third down. UCF looked like they would score as the sealed the edge on the toss to Woods, but Tolbert dragged the run out all the way to the sideline, and stopped him short of the goalline. The next play, Calabrese came out with 5 receivers, and CSU was ready. The Knights went with the all stops, and OLB Mike Orakpo popped in the passing lane and picked it off to save the TD. But it wasn't over yet. Inside their own 5 yard line, CSU needed to get some first downs and run the clock. They managed a good gain on first, but an incomplete pass on second down left them in a 3rd down situation with the clock stopped. Thomas came out in the spread, and the HB screen caught the Knights completely off guard as Carter took the pass 54 yards before being brought down. A couple mor first downs, and the game was over.

    Great game Sox, you had me on the ropes. I got lucky with the Orakpo pick, as you probably should have scored without a problem before then. Calabrese had a few overthrows on wide open receivers. Game ball goes to the O-Line, they did not give up a sack, gave Thomas good time most of the day, and opened holes for the rushing game to go over 100 yards.

    Mike
     

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