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  1. Fred Limbo

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    WE CAME IN FOCUSED ON WHAT WE HAD TO DO AND GOT IT DONE. THERE ONLY SCORE WAS A BUSTED PLAY ON OUR DEFENSE. EVERYBODY GOT SOME TOUCHES RUNNING THE BALL AND DID WELL. QB RANDALL KEEPS HIS GREAT SEASON GOING WITH AN EXCELLENT GAME. WE GOT A FEW THINGS WE ARE GETTING FIXED, MAINLY THE TURNOVERS. READY FOR NEXT WEEK. GO LSU!!!!! #1 IN ALL RANKINGS!!!!!!!!!
     
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    #3 Oregon took care of the Huskies of Washington
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    Oregon didnt have to do much on offense due to their defense setting them up all afternoon with a short field and with multiple opportunities. The Duck Defense forces 7 turnovers for Washington. The Huskies fumbled the ball 5 times and lost 4, one fumble was taken back for a 40 yard TD by Vincent of Oregon! The Ducks also had a decent day in the secondary, picking off 3 Montana passes.

    Montana of Washington had a big day, going 7-13 passing for 243 yards and 2 scores. Both scores came on busted coverages by Oregon, one of 75 yards and the other from 80 yards both by Sankey! Both times the Duck Defense had to have been looking in the backfield cause Sankey ran rigt by everyone!

    Over all Oregon totaled 5 tackles for loss, only 2 sacks, 3 ints, 5 forced fumbles while recovering 4 of them.

    After the game we spoke to Coach Hokie, "We played well defensively at times, but we also played poorly at times! We gave up 14 points and just flat out played those 2 plays horribly! That must and will be addressed!! I like the way we got after them, we obviously caused them trouble with the 7 turnovers. Our offense really had a short field most of the game and kept it really basic. We need to work on our timing a little bit but over all I am pleased with our effort today."

    #3 Oregon will travel winless Washington State next week
     
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    58-10 win over Boise St
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    Saturday's game against the Beavers was much closer than most people would have though. Oregon st. jumped to an earlier 14 point lead over Stanford set up up on two drives in which the OSU running back had gained over 100 yards rushing. His second TD was a 71 yard scamper that quieted the stadium. The Cardinal bounced back though as Brett Nottingham connected with Brandon Mackey for a 53 yards TD catch. The passing game was not as stellar as we would hope as that was his the only passing TD as Nottingham threw for only 8 completions for 20 attempts. The defense made some early adjustments and after OSU's two early TD's were shut out the rest of the game. The running game played a big part rushing over 35 times or an average of 4 yards. Remound Wright ended with over 150 yards and two TD's. With the Cardinal forcing the games only turnover and holding the ball for more than twice as much as the Beavers they were able to stop the upset and take home the W 21 - 14.
     
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    Arizona Survives Desert Thriller Against Colorado
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    This ended up being a classic that was decided in the 3rd Overtime. The teams pretty much traded scoring possessions in the 1st half which saw the Buffs take a 21-17 lead into halftime. They nearly had a huge play to end the half. CU's Marquez was returning a kickoff with 15 seconds left and fumbled. The ball was recovered CU RB Malcolm Creer. He would got 75 yards for a TD and it was looking like the Buffs would take a 2 score lead into halftime but the play was called back due to holding.

    Colorado manged to get the 1st score of the 3rd quarter though so they did end up getting it out to 28-17. That's when the Wildcat defense stepped up and made life tough for CU. Arizona would go on to take the lead in the 3rd at 31-28. Colorado had a hard time getting back into it but their defense somehow managed to keep them in the game. Finally, the Buffs were able to put together a 2 minute offensive drive and get down to Arizona's 1 yard line. Not wanting to risk putting the ball in the air, CU tried to punch it in on the ground but were unsuccessful and had to resort to tying the game on FG with no time remaining.

    In overtime, both defenses looked like swiss cheese. It would take each just a couple plays to score their TDs in the 1st and 2nd OT. In the 3rd OT, Arizona got the ball first and again scored quickly. Then they were able to add on the 2 point conversion making it 53-45. Then Arizona's defense would step up. Colorado wouldn't be able to manage a single play for positive yards in 4 downs as the Wildcats won the game.

    Player of the Game: Stevie Dorman - Even though he was the losing QB, Dorman put up over 400 yards passing and 4 TDs. A huge game for him.

    Upcoming: Colorado has a bye week before they return home to face the Utah Utes.
     

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