(S3) Week 13

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  1. LeatherHelmets

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  2. Stiffysix

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    JUST ANOTHER DAY IN THE OFFICE. TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS IN OXFORD. THEY TRIED TO KEEP IT CLOSE BUT THEY WERE NO MATCH FOR THE TIGERS.
    FOR THE RECORD, COACH FRED, YOU WILL BE GOING DOWN WHEN WE MEET NEXT YEAR!!!!!!!!! GO LSU!!!!!! THIS IS OUR DIVISION!!!!
     
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    Coach Fred getting challenged by the Coach Stiffysix...as the saying goes, talk is cheap!
     
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    Oregon jumped all over Washington State to move to 9-2 on the season in a 41-0 shutout.

    Another week in Coach Hokie's new 3-5-3 defensive scheme produced a GOOSE EGG along with 6 sacks, 13 tackles for loss, 2 ints, 3 forced fumbles and 3 recoveries!

    The new offensive scheme struggled early in the redzone but as the game wore on the punishing attack open up the passing game as Bennett threw for 128 yards on 8/13 and 1 TD.
    Seastrunk rushed for 175 yards on 19 carries while the Ducks totaled 262 yards and 4TD's on the ground.

    Coach Hokie said after the game, " You know we did some good things offensively, we just gotta keep working hard and good things will happen for us! As for our defensive, I cant ask for more...they've taken to the new scheme like A DUCK TO WATER!"
     
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    Good win....soften them up for the Dawgs next game...just to review...for S4 custom playbooks are permitted....you have the first 3 games to test offense and defense....prior to game 4 you must declare your offense...can be custom and your defense....for the season
     
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    Well Auburn Hosted Miami and played a game one won 52-0....when we left the game we got transfer failed so we replayed the game and won
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    then it froze on encoding highlights so non of the game stats are view-able on the web od so I dont have any stats... I do know I ran the ball well and forced alot of turnovers maybe thigs will be straight for week 14
     
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    #6 Florida coasts to 45-3 victory over Ball State

    The number 6 Florida Gators notched their 9th win of the season in relaxing fashion Saturday with a win over Ball State, 45 to 3. "We played well, we got a lot of guys action, lots of youngsters got experience, and any time you can get that, it's a good thing," said Coach Hickerson.

    Not much to write about here, pretty "vanilla" game for the #6 Gators, but there was a record broken. Senior DT Dominique Easley recored EIGHT sacks in the game, in the first half. Never seen anything like it, at one point in the 2nd quarter, he recorded 6 sacks in a row... he forced 2, 3 and outs, by himself!

    Next week the Gators host arch rival Florida State.
     
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    Wisconsin Wins Heartland Trophy Over Iowa

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    Wisconsin goes undefeated this year in rivalry games by winning 49-14 over the Iowa Hawkeyes. It wasn't an easy game though. In fact, it started off being eerily similar to Wisconsin's game against USC. The Badgers won the toss and elected to kick. Iowa's offense couldn't be stopped and they marched down the field for a 7-0 lead. Fortunately for Wisconsin, their offense came ready to play unlike the USC game. They were able to move the ball even easier than Iowa and knotted things up 7-7. Iowa still couldn't be stopped though and Hawkeye QB Ryan Leak would connect on a deep pass for a 50 yard TD and a 14-7 lead. Wisconsin was able to answer again though and brought it to 14-14.

    Then things started to get tough for the Iowa offense. They started off moving the ball again on their 3rd possession but Wisconsin forced a fumble and took over the ball. However, QB Jon Budmayr would fumble on the Badgers' first play and Iowa got the ball back. A couple plays later though, Wisconsin CB Sam Crum would intercept a pass from Leak and return it 85 yards for a TD and the lead. Wisconsin would never look back. Everyone stepped up as the Badgers would go on to score 35 unanswered points to win 49-14.

    Player of the Game: Jon Budmayr - He was sacked a lot and turned the ball over but he was 11/12 for 325 yards and 2 TDs.

    Upcoming: Wisconsin finishes the season on the road at Illinois. The Badgers may have already secured a birth in a 3rd straight Big 10 Championship Game but a win here will clench it.
     

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