S4, Week 7

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  1. Masler

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    Two user matchups this week. Advance is set for Monday 10pm est.

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  2. fuzzyl0gic

    fuzzyl0gic No new friends

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    We went back in time! ;)
     
  3. Masler

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    shit lol, meant Week 7
     
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    Michigan St - 65

    Midd Tenn St - 0

    When I put them on my schedule I thought they would at least score or be a C rated team but they were HORRIBLE, D overall and barely did anything. My backups played the whole second half. Defense forced 3 tunrovers and halted three scoring drive at the 5yd line. Offense had no issues. Now why can't we play this well in regular games?

    State is 5-1.

    Stats

    T. Allen - 7/8, 160yds, 2 TD

    J. Boisture - 7/15, 192yds, TD

    N. Hill - 19 Att, 148yds, 3 TD

    T. Lippett - 12 Att, 64yds, TD

    J. Langford - 3 Rec, 106yds, 2 TD

    K. Mumphrey - 1 Rec, 56yds, TD

    T. Hammock - 5 Tackles, 1 INT, 1 FF

    M. Rush - 4 Tackles, 1 INT-TD

    Defense overall had: 7 TFL, 3 INT, 3 FF, 2 FR, 2 TD and a Sack.
     
  5. fuzzyl0gic

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    Rutgers 49
    Connecticut 21

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    The Scarlet Knights improve to 7-0 with a big win over conference foe Connecticut. The offense moved the ball at will, as Edwards had 251 yards passing with 3 TDs and 0 INTs, and the two backs (Williams and Thomas) combined for 248 yards and 3 TDs. The defense gave up a couple of big plays, but played solid for the most part. Rutgers must now prepare for their rival Syracuse in week 8, as they continue to roll.
     
  6. Masler

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    Did UConn put himself on auto?
     
  7. fuzzyl0gic

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    Yep, said he would be too busy to play.
     
  8. gowazzucougs

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    Wisconsin 38
    Northwestern 28

    There is something terribly wrong in Evanston. After beating the Penn State Nittany Lions, the Wildcats have loss two in a row. Against Wisconsin the Wildcats defense just could not stop the Badgers offense. Wsconsin could pass the as their starting quarterback threw for over 300 yards and 2 TDs. The Badgers also could run the ball as their two backs combine for 150 yards 3 scores. The Wildcats' offense threw and ran the ball well, but will continue the team as a whole will continue to struggle until the defense starts playing better.
     
  9. Masler

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    Ok
     
  10. Keller

    Keller The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

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    Maryland runs early and often to convincing win over 1-4 Arizona Wildcats

    No offense to JC, but the Wildcats just didn't show up Saturday. Stat of the game - drops. Maryland 1, Arizona, 11. *vomits*

    Standby for a video of the highlights/scoring plays of the game. Enjoy.
     
  11. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    NC State - 20
    Clemson - 13

    In another come-from-behind win for the Wolfpack, James Washington ran for 111 yards with a kickoff return for a touchdown, and the Wolfpack defense came up huge with a key interception in the 4th quarter. After allowing Clemson to score on the opening possession, NC State would come back in the 2nd quarter with a 9 yard touchdown pass to Jeff Allen, and NC State had a halftime lead of 7-6. The Wolfpack would add a field goal in the 3rd, and both defenses stood strong through the 4th, when Brosius threw a bad INT for NC State, and Clemson capitalized with a 7 yard touchdown to take a 13-10 lead. But on the ensuing kickoff, James Washington found a hole and darted 94 yards for a touchdown. With only a couple minutes left, NC State picked off a Clemson pass and drained the clock before settling for a field goal to make the final 20-13.
     

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