S3 Week 2 Summaries

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  1. cyhiphopp

    cyhiphopp Walk On

    Aug 2, 2012


    Louisville came into this game and decided they were going to hand the Wildcats their ass. Teddy B wanted to make a statement. He did, to the tune of 15 of 16 passing (93%) for 208 yards and 4 TDs through the air. His one incompletion was a dumb pick in the end zone that should have been TD #5. He also led the team in rushing with 130 yards and 1 TD, most of the yards came in big chunks as well. The Cards didn't even need to go deep most of the game. They took one long shot of 44 yards and the rest came via methodical drives, marching down the field.

    Lousiville also had a great game from potential freshman of the year Kris Cole. The true Freshman starting HB had 83 yards rushing and 27 yards and TD receiving. He came in as an athlete this season and could have potentially been a starting slot receiver, but Coach HipHopp liked his potential as a possible 4 year starter at HB and gave the teenager the nod. His receiving abilities just make him that much more dangerous.

    The D also stepped up today getting constant pressure on Kentuckys QB. 8 sacks and just as many hurries made the game pretty tough on the in state rival. They were able to get some yards through the air because they became one dimensional so early and the Louisville D was upset that they gave up 10 second half points after pitching a shutout early.

    Final score 35-10 Lousville. Obvious player of the game, Teddy B!
  2. Crumbler81

    Crumbler81 Walk On

    Jul 5, 2012
    Crushed Orange
    One week after competing well against last year's runner up to the BCS National Championship, the Syracuse defense fails to show up for their first road game of the season at Oregon State. With just under a minute remaining in the 1st half, the Beavers had jumped out to a 35 - 0 lead. Forced to abandon the running game, the Orange put the rest of the game in the hands of QB Kasey Nichols. At this point, things started looking up as Nichols put up 2 TDs in the final minute of the 1st half but Syracuse wouldn't even come close to one of the largest comebacks in history. Nichols added 2 more TD passes in the 3rd, but Syracuse could only get as close as 17 points down as the defense continued to play poorly. Oregon State ultimately finished with 531 yards of total offense and converted 11 of 13 third downs. The Orange did have one bright spot as Nichols broke the school record for passing yards in a game with 466.
    Next week, Syracuse looks to bounce back against the 15th ranked Georgia Bulldogs.
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  3. Juicemann03

    Juicemann03 Walk On

    Jul 18, 2012
    Man Oh Man!!!!

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