(S4) BIG XII Blog

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    NEBRASKA PREVIEW
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    ABOUT THE OFFENSE


    NEBRASKA WILL BE COMING OUT THIS SEASON WITH A NEW OFFENSIVE ATTACK TAKING A FEW PAGES FROM THE AIR FORCE FALCONS


    STARTING OFFENSE:


    QB - TAYLOR MARTIENZ - T-MART WAS LAST YEARS STARTER BUT WAS PLAGUED BY INJURIES LAST SEASON. T-MART PROVIDES THAT MUCH NEEDED SPARK TO MAKE THIS OFFENSE WORK


    FB- CJ ZIMMERER - THE SR FULLBACK HAS DONE WELL BLOCKING FOR NEBRASKA'S TAILBACKS OVER THE LAST 4 YEARS


    TB - BRAYLON HEARD - SHINED BIG LAST YEAR IN THE SHADOW OF TRAY ROBINSON. HEARD IS AN EXPLOSIVE BACK THAT GET TO THE EDGE AND TURN THE CORNER AND HE CAN BRUISE IT UP BETWEEN THE TACKLES.


    WR1- MARTEL WALLER - PLAYED IN ALL 14 GAMES FOR BIG RED LAST YEAR AND IS THE LEADING RECIVIER THIS SEASON. WALLER HAS GOOD HANDS AND GREAT ACCERALTION. WATCH FOR WALLER TO LEAD THE HUSKERS AIR ATTACK


    WR2 - QUINCY ENUNWA - PLAYED ALL 14 GAMES LAST YEAR AND ADDS ANOTHER QUICK ACCEL GUY FOR THE HUSKER AIR RAID. NOT A DOWN FIELD BURNER BUT HE MAKES THE NEEDED CATCHES WHEN CALLED APPON


    TE - KRIS YOUNG - FINALLY GETTING HIS TIME TO SHINE THIS SEASON AFTER PLAYING BLOCKER THE LAST 2 YEARS YOUNG HAS TO STEP UP AND FILL THE SHOES OF BEN COTTON. YOUNG IS AN EXCELLENT BLOCKER BUT CAN BE USED TO GET SHORT YARDAGE


    LT - ANDREW RODRIGUEZ - A PIVITOL PART OF THE HUSKERS RUSHING ATTACK. ANDREW HAS DONE A GREAT JOB OVER THE YEARS BLOCKING FOR BIG RED BACKS


    LG - JUSTIN BRITT - THE ANCHOR OF THE O-LINE. JUSTIN MAKES BIG HOLES FOR BIG RED BACKS TO PAVE THE WAY.


    C - COLE PENSICK - RIGHT HERE IS WHERE THE BATTLE IS WON UP FRONT AND THE HUSKERS ARE GLAD TO HAVE A GUY LIKE PENSICK TO OPEN HOLES FOR BACKS AND GIVE TAYLOR MARTINEZ THE TIME TO THROW


    RG - BRENT QVALE - OFFENSIVE CAPTAIN THIS SEASON. BRENT'S LEADERSHIP SKILLS KEEP THE FRONT 5 WORKING IN UNISON TO PAVE THE WAY.


    RT - JEREMIAH SIRLES - JEREMIAH IS A GREAT PASS PROTECTOR AND RUN BLOCKER. HIS SKILLS WILL OPEN THE EDGE FOR HEARD TO GET TO PAY DIRT.



    ABOUT THE DEFENSE

    LAST YEARS UNIT WAS ONE OF THE TOP RUN DEFENSES IN THE NATION. THIS YEAR THE BLACKSHIRTS LOOK TO MAINTAIN THE GLORY AND MANY NEW FACES WILL PROVIDE A GREAT SPARK TO DOMINATE ON DEFENSE.


    STARTING DEFENSE:

    LE - JASON ANKRAH - JASON IS THE ANCHOR OF THE D-LINE AND IMPACT PLAYER. HIS PASS RUSHING SKILLS ARE SECOND TO NONE. JASON ALSO PLAYS WELL IN PURSUIT AND TURNING THE RUN BACK INSIDE FOR THE D TO MAKE PLAYS.


    DT1 - DARIUS TERRY - TERRY IS A NEW FACE THIS SEASON AND WILL BE STEPPING UP TO FILL THE GAP LEFT FROM STEINKUHLER'S DEPARTURE.


    DT2 - THADDEUS RANDLE - THAD IS AND EXCELLENT RUNSTOPPER AND BETTER PASS RUSHER.


    RE - CHASE ROME - ROME IS A GREAT PLAYER TO SET THE EDGE WEIGHING IN AT 302 POUNDS THE MASSIVE MAN STONEWALLS OFFENSES RUSHING ATTACKS.


    LOLB - ROBERT BLANCO - THE FRESHMAN IS POISED TO BE ONE OF THE BEST LB'S TO EVER PLAY FOR BIG RED. WHAT HE LACKS IN EXPERINCE HE MAKES FOR IT IN TALENT. LOOKS FOR BLANCO TO BE A FRESHMAN ALL AMERICAN THIS SEASON
     
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    MISSOURI PREVIEW
     
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    WEEK #1 RECAP


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    19 - 38
    Huge statement win for first year head coach @B0BJR0526 and the Missouri Tigers. First year starter Tyler Gabbert shined with a 14-16, 241 yard and 3 TD performance. Converted QB to HB James Franklin showed his versatility racking up 104 yards and 2 TDs, including a 31 yard scamper early in the 4th quarter.
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    35 - 63
    A slow start for Coach @T2Express and the Cornhuskers turned into their favor in the 2nd half, as the defense accounted for 14 points (21 on the day) and 4 turnovers. RB Braylon Heard and QB Taylor Martinez looked fair in the opener, but the biggest concern for the Huskers is their last ranked pass defense who gave up 549 yards and 5 TDs to Hawaii's Kevin Spain
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    @H22APWRD94 and the Baylor Bears are left scratching their heads after a near upset at home by a lower tiered Rice Owl squad. Baylor QB Bryce Petty looked solid to start the Post-Griffin Era, however his 2 INTs (one for a INT-6) may sound the alarm for conference play. RB Jarred Salubi led the Bears in rushing with a 107 yard performance on the day
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    A nice warmup game for the Aggies and Coach @HackGolfer proved helpful as they rumbled the fellow Aggies of New Mexico state by a score of 44-21. After surrending an opening drive TD, the Texas A&M defense buckled down, forcing 2 fumbles and recording a sack on the day. QB Jameill Showers torched the NM State secondary in his first career start, amassing 302 yards and 2 TDs through the air.
     
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    FIRST BIG XII USER GAME
    WEEK #2

    MIZZOU VS. ALABAMA
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    WEEK #2 PREDICTIONS
    BOISE STATE: 21 BAYLOR: 31 - Boise State has lost alot of talent over the years and aren't quite the same BCS Busters they used to be like the days of Kellen Moore under center. The Broncos will hang in there for the 1st Half, however Baylor's fast paced spread offense will be too much to handle after the break.
    ALABAMA: 24 MISSOURI: 17 - A tough task for new head coach BobJr as he hosts the #1 team in the nation and the defending national champs on only the 2nd week of the season. Alabama has too much raw talent on offense for the Tigers, but Tyler Gabbert and Co. will make it an interesting one with a few scores late in the game.

    BOSTON COLLEGE: 28 NEBRASKA: 35 - The GBR won't be able to claw their way out of 4th down holes on this one. RB Sterlin Phifer for BC is a threat for any team, boasting a 99 acceleration and 92 break tackle rating. Nebraska is traditionally a better run stopping defense however so this will keep them in the game long enough for the offense to find something that works. Whoever has the ball last wins the game by a score.



    ARKANSAS: 42 TEXAS A&M: 45 - These two old Southwest Conference rivals have shown some fireworks in their recently revived yearly matchup. Don't expect anything differently this season, even with both teams being in the middle of a rebuilding year. There will be scoring quickly and often as neither team poses a defensive threat against the potent offenses. A&M sneaks in a W with a late FG.


     
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    35 - 14
    A tough day for the Missouri Tigers as they stumble at home to the defending National Champions. Alabama jumped out to a 28-0 lead thanks to 4 straight Missouri turnovers and never looked back. Missouri was able to add a pair of late scores in the 3rd and 4th quarter, but never had a chance thanks to the stout defensive play of the Crimson Tide. QB Tyler Gabbert finishes with 245 yards passing and 2 TD, while adding 3 INTs to his resume'.
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    28 - 35
    Nebraska jumps out to another 2-0 start thanks to the playmaking abilities of Taylor Martinez and Braylon Heard. After falling into a 14-0 rut, the Big Red battled back with 35 unanswered points to take a comfortable lead heading into the last 5 minutes of the game. Boston College battled back at the end to make the game close however ran out of time to seal a comeback. Braylon Heard finished the day with 138 yards on the ground and 3 TDs.
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    42 - 38
    An instant classic shootout that ended in heartbreak for the Baylor Bears. Both teams responded back and forth as the game progressed until Boise was able to punch one in within the final minute to secure their first victory of the season. The biggest story is Bear QB Bryce Petty looking uncomfortable in the pocket, only completing 11 passes for 204 yards and 3 INTs. The Bears will need to figure out how to defend the pass before starting Big XII play after giving up 310 yards passing and 4 TDs to Bronco QB Jay Johnson.
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    10- 35
    The Aggies continue to struggle against SEC opponents, having lost their last 5 games in a row to a member of that conference. The Arkansas Razorbacks force 6 turnovers (5 INTs and a fumble) in route of the Aggies at home. QB Brandon Mitchell picked apart the Aggie secondary for 324 yards and 2 scores while RB Jatashun Beachum added two more on the ground. The Aggies only TD of the game came late in the 3rd qtr as 3rd string QB CJ Ross connected with WR Erik Harrison for a 62 yard bomb. Starting QB Jameill Showers and backup QB Spencer Smith were both knocked out of the game with minor injuries in the 1st half. Showers is expected to play next week against LSU.
     
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    WEEK #2: PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
    OFFENSE
    QB CLINT CHELF (OSU)
    LAST GAME VS FCS WEST: WON (61-10)
    22-35, 381 YARDS, 5 TD, 11 CAR, 45YARDS
    DEFENSE
    DT DARIUS TERRY (NEBRASKA)
    LAST GAME VS BOSTON COLLEGE: WON (35-28)
    5 TACKLES, 5 TFL, 2 SACKS, FORCED FUMBLE

     
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    WEEK #3 PREDICTIONS
    LAST WEEK (2-2)
    OVERALL (2-2)

    TCU: 14 BAYLOR: 28 - After letting one slip away last week, Baylor will be on the prowl to make sure its not 2 in a row. This Rivalry game has gone to Baylor's favor the last 3 years and nothing should change this year. TCU's offense doesn't pack the punch it did from the year before. As long as Baylor minimizes their turnovers, they win this one with ease.


    IOWA: 35 NEBRASKA: 24 - Nebraska survived a scare last week against an overrated Boston College squad. This week, they play host to an underrated Iowa squad that packs a mean punch in the backfield. The RB tandem of Marcus Coker and Quentin Stratton prove to be too much to handle while the Iowa LB's play lights out to Nebraska's run game.


    LSU: 38 TEXAS A&M: 14 - The Aggie offense looked out of sync in Week #2 against an average Arkansas Razorback team. The going will get tougher this week as they face a much stronger defense in the LSU Tigers who have only given up 10 points on average in the last two games. Expect QB Zack Lee and RB Spencer Ware to post huge numbers in route of a struggling A&M squad.


    MISSOURI: BYE WEEK


     
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    Good job Hack, glad to see the Big 12 is turning into the power house of old!
     

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