S4 W3 Summaries

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  1. onaradio34

    onaradio34 Tryin not to show how little I know bout anything

    Sep 24, 2009
    Temple Avoids Disaster
    Beats #21 Nevada 27-24
    The Temple Owls have now matched last year's win total of 2. They also knocked off their first ranked opponent since the 2013 Owls beat Notre Dame. Last year's team tried to rear its ugly head near the end of this game with Temple nearly squandering a 17 point 4th qtr lead all in the closing minutes.
    The news isn't all good for QB J. Gray. After another dismal performance in which he was unable to move Temple at all, Coach Radio made the announcement that Sophomore J. Green would get the nod next game. Green brings speed and playmaking to the position without sacrificing too much arm. Coach Radio also seemed pleased with the way he ran the Pistol part of the playbook and will look to add more of that dimension as the season progresses.
    Temple is now 2-0 but the road ahead gets rough quickly. Temple is off next week before traveling to Waco to face the Baylor Bears in week 5. Week 6 brings the Iowa St Cyclones to Philly. No time for Owls to be patting their backs.

  2. Crumbler81

    Crumbler81 Walk On

    Jul 5, 2012
    Syracuse Bounces Back
    Demolishes Navy 38-10
    Two weeks after a lackluster performance in a season opening loss to Wyoming, the Orange took a step in the right direction with a blowout win over the Midshipmen. QB Kasey Nichols redeemed himself with 3 touchdown passes in the 1st Half and Syracuse went into Halftime with a commanding 21-10 lead. Behind a very stout defensive performance, the Orange continued to poor it on in the 2nd Half adding two more touchdowns and a field goal. Nichols earned Player of the Game honors with a 4 TD day, but Sophomore HB Mario Washington had probably the best game of his career with 180 yards on the ground and a touchdown.
    Next, Syracuse travels to Blacksburg for a tough matchup against the Hokies.
    QB Brian Herman - 9/19, 86 YDS, 16 RUSH, 155 YDS, TD
    SS James Britton - 2 TKLS, INT
    QB Kasey Nichols - 10/18, 214 YDS, 4 TD, INT
    HB Mario Washington - 30 RUSH, 180 YDS, TD
    WR Brian Wright - 2 REC, 98 YDS, TD
    DT Myles Hilliard - 3 TKLS, 2 SCKS, FF
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  3. H22APWRD94

    H22APWRD94 RG3 Bandwagon

    Jul 11, 2009
    Battle of the Brazos
    Baylor and Texas A&M fight for the annual bragging rights​
    Baylor 55 - Texas A&M 9​
    The game started slow for both teams, but quickly heated up in the second quarter. Baylor put up 28 points in the second quarter to basically put the game on ice. Two of those touchdowns came with barely a minute left to play in the half. Following a TAMU TD drive, Baylor specialist Corey Coleman returned the kickoff 102 yards for the touchdown. After a quick three and out, Baylor got the ball back, and Seth Johnson found Coleman on a 63 yard reception to close the half. With it 38-6 at halftime, this game was all but over. The Bears performed incredible as a team today, getting scores from all three facets. The offense put up 28 points, the defense had 14 of their own on a pick 6 and a fumble recovery. And special teams got their shots in as well scoring 13 points on two field goals and the aforementioned KO return TD. The defense played an excellent game, forcing 4 total turnovers by the Aggies. Up next for Baylor is another in-state rival, The Texas Longhorns.​

    Player of the game - Corey Coleman - 3 receptions for 97 yards, 2 TD's
    2 kick returns for 122 yards, 1 TD
    2 punt returns for 19 yards
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2013
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