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  1. Masler

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    Burbridge had a great vs a stout Buckeye defense
    Michigan State - 31

    Ohio State - 24

    The ailing Spartans have chalked up their fourth win of the season. It is a critical win despite being vs the CPU as Michigan State needs to win 2 out of their 3 remaining games if they hope to play in the Bowl Season. Ohio State would get the ball first in this game and would drive right down the field but would stall in the redzone, only taking a FG. Connor Cook, in his second start of the season, would find Aaron Burbridge from six yards out after a long 90 yard drive to take the slim lead. Ohio State would then get a crazy rushing TD from their QB where all defensive players could not even touch him, literally. The two teams would trade scores the rest of the half before ending it in a 17-17 tie. Michigan State would receive the ball first but couldn't do anything with it and would give it back to the Buckeyes. Luckily for Sparty, they couldn't move the ball at all in the third quarter while Burbridge would score again on a 67 yard catch and run. Ohio State wouldn't go away as they scored early in the fourth to tie the game again but the Spartans had the last laugh as Holmes pounded his way down field, ending the drive with a 3 yard score. Ohio State would waste too much time and ultimately fail at converting a 4th down, MSU would sit on the ball.

    Hopefully this win sparks our offense heading into a road trip to Rutgers.

    Stats

    C. Cook - 17/25, 320 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
    G. Homes - 36 Att, 207 yards, 5.7 ypc, 1 TD, 2 Rec, 22 yards
    D. Williams - 5 Att, 19 yards, 3.8 ypc, 1 TD
    A. Burbridge - 6 Rec, 135 yards, 2 TD
    J. Prince - 5 Rec, 96 yards
    D. Cox - 7 Tackles, 1 INT
    B. Clemons - 5 Tackles, 4 TFL, 4 Sacks
     
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  2. jello1717

    jello1717 "Those who stay will be champions." -- Bo

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    As usual the CPU controlled team put up a great fight in the 1st half as they trailed 24-21 at the half, and then they forgot there was another half to play as they were outscored 35-0 in the 2nd half. For Illinois it was all about the ground and pound as they rushed for 343 yards.


    After hurting Wisconsin through the air last week, WR Jackson hurt Minnesota on the ground this week
    Game Balls:
    HB#1 Josh Ferguson - 11 car, 57 yds (5.1 YPC), 3 TD
    HB#3 Dami Ayoola - 7 car, 64 yds (9.1 YPC)
    WR Fred Jackson - 6 car, 86 yds (14.3 YPC), TD
    HB#4 Travis Hill - 2 car, 40 yds (20 YPC) - 3 KR, 175 yds (58.3 AVG)
     
  3. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    Wisconsin 38
    Iowa 24

    HB Corey Clement came off the bench to run for 166 yards as Bucky pulled away in the 2nd half. Tanner McEvoy threw 3 touchdowns as Bucky got bowl eligible.
     
  4. abolishthefed

    abolishthefed Specializing in mediocrity

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    Purdue 21 - 36 Nebraska

    This game started out terribly for the Huskers, as a promising early drive ended in a botched option pitch, which Purdue returned inside the Husker 20. Two plays later, Purdue was in the endzone with a 7-0 lead. Then, Nebraska scored 36 unanswered points, fueled mainly by interceptions and a safety. Nebraska held a 26-7 halftime lead and expanded the lead to 36-7 at the end of the third quarter. Purdue finished the game with 2 nice drives for TDs to finish the scoring at 36-21.

    Purdue
    Etling 15-32 189 yards 3 TD 3 INT
    Mikesky 8 Rec 103 yards TD
    A Logan 8 tackles INT

    Nebraska
    Armstrong 15-18 194 yards TD INT
    Cross 24 Att 121 yars TD
    Taylor 13 Att 75 yards 2 TD
    Curry 3 sacks
    Moss 2 TFL
     
  5. UofCWildcat

    UofCWildcat Bear Down!

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    Northwestern 29
    Rutgers 24

    This game was very defensive to start. The Wildcats got some good drives going to the tone of two 3-and-outs via the Scarlet Knights but unfortunately the drives both stalled and only resulted in 3 points for the Wildcats. The second quarter was much of the same and with 2:35, the fireworks began. Northwestern tacked on another 3 but Rutgers drove down the field and were held to 3 of their own. Then Northwestern whipped out the patented Hyper Offense to drive quickly down the field and get 6 in :42. Rutgers would not be done yet as a wiff by the DB left Agudosi of Rutgers wide open and gone for an 84 yard TD (user miss). The third quarter was back to a quiet one yet Northwestern did get another field goal to make it a 6 point game. After another Wildcats stop, Northwestern got another drive going and threw a backwards flare route to Malin Jones who took it in with speed to make it a 13 point game. Rutgers responded again with a quick hurry up drive and another toss to Agudosi with another miss by the Northwestern DB (user miss). Northwestern would be shut down on their next drive but force Rutgers to a 4th and 5 when Ifeadi batted a ball down trying to go to a TE slant. Unfortunately, Northwestern would press for the first down and Zack Oliver tossed his second pick of the day. This was prime for the Rutgers offense to drive quickly and get a huge 35 yard score on a third blown coverage by the Northwestern secondary (user miss). The Northwestern Hyper Offense started up again and after another :42 drive, Northwestern got a TD on a blitz by the Rutgers defense via a slant by Jake Lloyd. Northwestern would get a sack on Rutgers first possession of their final drive and as time ticked away (Rutgers being without any timeouts) Rutgers had to throw a prayer and it was intercepted to end any remaining hopes.

    GG edge7771 It was a well fought game and I just got the bigger end of the wishbone. Good luck the rest of the way.
     
  6. blLL flo

    blLL flo BTFU!

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    Felt completely helpless in this game. Couldn't stop a play when I knew what was coming. Couldn't get off a block to save my life. Not good when the next two opponents should have no problem running it down my throat. Can't wait to purge this roster of the original players and get these recruits to grow up.
     
  7. abolishthefed

    abolishthefed Specializing in mediocrity

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    It looked frustrating. Every time your linebacker did shed a block, the computer put you in that stupid stumble animation.
     
  8. Fmode11

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    Happy Valley, PA l Penn State hosted it's annual rivalry game against Ohio State with a laundry list of recruits visiting. Many fans in the seats were very nervous as OSU would jump out to a quick 14-0 lead. PSU offensive OC, who is very astute at recognizing defenses, was able to take advantage of the aggressive OSU defense and move into a more opportunistic passing offense. OSU was simply determined to stop the PSU running game. PSU QB Hackenburg threw for 280 yards while also converting 6/9 third downs. This game was 17-14 at the half but in typical CPU 2nd half fashion, OSU simply didn't come out of the locker room in the second half. PSU was able to open up a lead and continue to pound the ball and keep the potent OSU offense at bay. With the win, PSU is bowl eligible for the 2nd year in a row. Things are getting exciting in Happy Valley as going into next year the team will be comprised of coach Fmode's kids and should almost be completely clear of the previous staff's kids.

    Game Ball:
    PSU RB Anthony Lynch 24 car 81 yds 4 td
     
  9. NeuroticTruth

    NeuroticTruth dont know , dont care

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    Player of the Week: QB Eric Brown - 9/12, 133 Yards, 2 TDs, 10 Car, 73 Yards, 1 TD

    -- For the second straight season, the Wolverines gave Penn State all they could handle and more. Despite a slow start, it only took a quarter for Michigan to gain separation from the Nittany Lions and start putting the game away. The Wolverines would rush for over 300 yards on the game while holding Penn State to only 39 yards on the ground. Three different players would rush for 73+ yards and QB Eric Brown would continue to show progression having his best game to date. Despite showing some fight in the 2nd half, a late interception in the 4th quarter would end any hope for Penn State as HB Justice Hayes would ice the game for the Wolverines late.

    GG Fmode11
     
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  10. Masler

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  11. bigrice25

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    That was a sim right?
     
  12. Masler

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    Yeah, I forgot. Disregard Hova
     
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    Hova Live Action. YiYiYi!

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