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The power of a team carrying a large amount of momentum cannot be overestimated. A team that has turned the tide in their favor will do incredible things, leaving the other team speechless and in awe. Cincinnati learned this valuable lesson today, as an impressive 28-point second quarter thrusted them into the drivers seat against Toledo, leading them to a 41-10 shellacking that saw Toledo give the ball away 4 times, 3 of those coming in the second quarter. The first mistake by Toledo that opened the floodgates was a fumble on a punt return by Toledo that gave Cincinnati possession in the redzone, an opportunity they did not pass up, closing the gap to 10-7. The true player of the game was freshman cornerback Jeremy Livingston, who turned the tide from a 10-0 Toledo lead by intercepting a inopportune pitch on the option from Toledo quarterback Trevor Roberson and returning it 27 yards for a key touchdown. Not even two plays later, Livingston intercepted a ball thrown deep by Roberson, returning the ball 50 yards to Toledo's 30 yard line, enabling another amazing score on a 35 yard pass from Munchie Legaux to Nathan Cole. Another rushing touchdown later, and Cincinnati was up 28-10 at the half, a margin they continued to improve on the rest of the game.
Cincinnati looks to demolish Boston College next week and turn the heads off the pollsters yet again.
Lowly Syracuse Takes #13 Georgia to the LimitBulldogs Survive Scare with Last Second FG This week, in a game that was predicted to be a huge blowout win for the 13th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs, the Orange showed they can go toe-to-toe with the nation's best. Two weeks after getting blown out at Oregon State, Syracuse played tough and stayed within striking distance with solid defense and ball control offense. Trailing 21 - 10 heading into the 4th, Syracuse cut the lead to one score with Freshman HB Mario Washington's first career touchdown run with less than 4 minutes remaining. The Orange defense again stepped up and got the ball back into the hands of QB Kasey Nichols and the offense with about 2 minutes remaining. After driving the length of the field, WR Jarrod Foster caught the go-ahead TD pass but the Bulldogs were left with about 30 seconds and all three timeouts. #13 Georgia was eventually able to survive on a 29-yard FG with 1 second left. Next week, Syracuse hopes to build on their momentum as they go toe-to-toe with their 3rd Top 25 opponent of the season in the 16th-ranked Florida State Seminoles.
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No Comment You See What Happen!!!Blame it on CY!! forAwaking A Giant!!
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