(S3) Week 12

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  1. Fred Limbo

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    The Bruins of UCLA travled to Eugene, Oregon and didnt know what to expect as the Ducks had a New Boss in coach Fight'n Hokie.

    The Ducks were rusty early on both sides of the ball due to new schemes brought in by Coach Hokie.

    UCLA actually lead the game at one point 9 - 7 with with 4:35 to play in the 2nd Quarter. Defensively the Ducks run the 3-5-3 and gave up 2 BIG plays that set scores for the Bruins. A 67 yard completion by WR, Lucien and a 80 yard TD run by RB, Malcom Jones who only had 88 yards on 13 carries all day long.

    The 2nd half saw an entirely new Duck Defense as they swarmed the Bruins with 6 Total Sacks, 15 Tackles for Loss, 7 Forced Fumbles, and 3 Fumble Recoveries!

    The New Offense for the Duck is the FleXbox One that Coach Hokie and most who know him call the HOKIEBONE!

    The Ducks did throw the ball but the new scheme showed rust, as WR's ran terrible routes while Backs along with Wr's dropped balls. The Running game much like the Defense came out after halftime with a different attitude and piled up the rushing yards lead by #15 Lache Seastrunk.
    Seastrunk carried the ball 16 times for 206 yards on the day and 5 TD's! The Ducks ran for 309 yards on 45 carries while only completed 4 of 12 passing for 49 yards.

    Oregon ran away with this game:
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    Once the Ducks learn the in's and out's of the HOKIEBONE and learn the downhill approach of Coach Hokies multiple look Stack Defense, things could get harry for teams in the PAC12
     
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    Wayers50.....when using a template I created...you need to save to your computer, change the name and then upload it to your Google Docs account
     
  6. Fred Limbo

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    Auburn goes between the hedges and pulls out a win
    Ptown just had the turnover bug and could not get anything going on offense.
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  7. Stiffysix

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    IT WAS A GOOD GAME WITH WASHINGTON, BUT THE SEC SHOWS WHY THEY ARE THE TOUGHEST CONFERENCE IN THE NATION.
    IF WE CAN KEEP PLAYING GOOD EFFECIENT FOOTBALL WITH NO TURNOVERS, WE WILL BE VERY HARD TO BEAT IN THE FUTURE. LOOKING FORWARD TO PLAYING ALOT MORE PAC-12 TEAMS. GO LSU!!!!!!!!
     
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    @Stiffysix better hope u keep playing Pac 12 teams come over this way you gonna get a​
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    Wisconsin Sends Indiana Back Home After Another Blowout

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    Wisconsin dominated this game from the opening snap. Indiana received the ball first and was unable to do anything all game. They weren't able to get a first down until late in the 2nd quarter. Meanwhile, Wisconsin's offense was on fire and could do no wrong. They scored a TD on their first 4 possessions and didn't punt until the 4th quarter. However, QB Jon Budmayr did fumble the ball and turn it over twice in the 2nd quarter. Following one of those, Indiana converted on a 4th down fake punt that put them into FG position. They would connect for their only points in the game. Outside of that, the Badgers offense was unstoppable....that is until the 2nd team came in. The 2nd team offense struggled to move the ball and did not score any points.

    Player of the Game: Jon Budmayr - Even though he had 2 turnovers, he was dominant. 343 passing yards and 57 rushing yards makes him the key figure in this victory.

    Upcoming: The Badgers stay home for their final home game of the season. They host the 6-4 Iowa Hawkeyes in their first meeting since the addition of Nebraska is 2011.
     

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