(S3) Week 8

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    First Quarter

    06:29 TD Mississippi State Arceto Clark WR #19 72 yard pass from Dak Prescott QB #15
    06:17 TD LSU Michael Ford HB #42 101 yard kick return TD


    Second Quarter

    02:33 FG LSU Xavier Johnson P #15 22 yard field goal
    01:13 FG Mississippi State Nate Bryant K #18 39 yard field goal
    00:27 TD LSU Zach Mettenberger QB #8 11 yard rush
    00:21 TD LSU Ronnie Vinson FS #28 16 yard fumble


    Third Quarter

    06:34 TD LSU Michael Ford HB #42 52 yard pass from Zach Mettenberger QB #8
    02:38 FG Mississippi State Nate Bryant K #18 34 yard field goal
    02:26 TD LSU Michael Ford HB #42 98 yard kick return TD
    00:26 TD Mississippi State Malcolm Johnson WR #80 4 yard pass from Dak Prescott QB #15


    Forth Quarter

    01:39 TD LSU Zach Mettenberger QB #8 0 yard rush
    03:11 TD Mississippi State Joseph Morrow WR #82 44 yard pass from Dak Prescott QB #15
    01:11 FG LSU Xavier Johnson P #15 30 yard field goal

    Big day for the LSU offense, Ford had over 500 all purpose yards, while metenberger had a great game as well.

    The defense has really got to step up next week and they will.
     
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    Bye week 4 me
     
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    Florida gets back in win column in Fayettville

    The Gators overcame a somewhat sluggish start with a great performance in the second half to defeat the number 15 Razorbacks 34 to 21. The run game and the defense were the key components to the victory. Tailback Mack Brown carried the ball 28 times for 161 yards and a touchdown, while his backup Trey Burton ran for 55, although he did score 2 times.
     
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    Badgers Demolish #6 Crimson Tide 52-7

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    This titanic rematch of the 2011 National Championship game was expected to be a tight and hard fought game. And even though the game was being hosted in Madison, WI, Alabama was likely favored. You couldn't be more wrong and it all started on the first play from scrimmage. Alabama got the ball first and Heisman canidate Dee Hart fumbled the ball. It was recovered by star DT Jordan Kohout. Two plays later, Kyle Zuleger rumbled in for a quick Badger lead. It took 38 seconds for Wisconsin to score and they would never be tied or trail after that.

    The Badgers would add a FG on their next possession making it 10-0. Alabama RB Dee Hart did all he could though. He broke through for a 65 yard TD run in the 1st quarter to score Alabama's only points of the game. It was dominating defensive performance for the rest of the game. Alabama could do little and Wisconsin finally showed off a great passing attack en route to a 52-7 victory.

    Players of the Game: The Wisconsin Quarterbacks - Thanks to some non-serious injuries and the game being a blowout, Wisconsin was able to play QBs in this game. They combined for 12/18, 189 yards, and 3 TDs. Budmayr, Willis, and Stave all threw 1 TD pass.

    Upcoming: The challenging games and bowl rematches continue. This time, Wisconsin travels to Los Angeles in rematch of the 2012 Rose Bowl against USC. The Badgers lost that one as well but they've been rolling right now so the Trojans better be ready.
     

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