Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Nautica, Feb 13, 2011.
Miami Stomps the Hokies
The Canes jumped out to a 28-0 lead and never looked back, the offense was unstoppable and Stephen Morris went 17-25 for 300+ Yards and 4 total Touchdowns. A Solid win for the canes over a top 10 team helps them build momementum and try to finish the season on a high note.
#11 Florida - 51
Vandy - 7
Commodores stand no chance
Everyone on the Florida team played their hearts out today after a devastating loss to the Bulldogs just a week ago. Vanderbilt started out with some tough defense but they gave up a safety and that unleashed the Gator in everyone. Murphy threw a couple picks but also threw 3 touchdown passes. Robinson and Weeks both put on nice rushing perfomances, each with a TD but Robinson lead the way in yardage with close to 150 yards. And the play of the game (which I will post later) was Shaw intercepting a pass and returning it 87 yards to the house, earning an A++ rating for the highlight.
Florida is now 7-2 (6-1).
#9 Florida - 59
So. Carolina - 14
The Gators looked to have a struggle going on with South Carolina...that is until Dunkley took back TWO kicks, one from a short field goal. This game was over by halftime and everyone saw good PT.
Gators are 8-2(7-1).
Clemson keeps it close against rival, Florida State, but can't pull it outLooked as the Noles were going to take this one and run with it, but Clemson showed a valiant effort with 22 4th quarter points and held a lead with under a minute to go. Clint Trickett and the Noles responded though and took the ball 80 yards and with 11 seconds left in the game took the lead back to push the Noles record to 9-0 and will most likely represent the Atlantic Division in the ACC Championship game.
05:17 TD Clemson Travis Williams TE #85 16 yard pass from Scott Morton QB #2
03:32 FG Florida State Kenyon Mitchell K #17 24 yard field goal
01:39 FG Florida State Kenyon Mitchell K #17 24 yard field goal
05:29 FG Florida State Kenyon Mitchell K #17 37 yard field goal
03:21 TD Florida State Chris Armstrong HB #25 54 yard rush
02:20 TD Florida State Jason Butler HB #39 12 yard rush
01:03 FG Florida State Kenyon Mitchell K #17 36 yard field goal
04:52 TD Clemson Jay Melton HB #49 1 yard rush
01:23 TD Florida State Jarred Haggins WR #36 12 yard pass from Clint Trickett QB #9
07:35 TD Clemson Tom Evans WR #80 35 yard pass from Cole Stewart QB #3
05:31 TD Clemson Elgin Pollard WR #86 46 yard pass from Cole Stewart QB #3
00:47 TD Clemson Jay Melton HB #49 28 yard rush
00:11 TD Florida State Chris Armstrong HB #25 2 yard rushClint Trickett 17-29 263 yards TDCole Stewart 16-23 245 yards 2 TDs INT
Scott Morton 5-10 77 yards TD 4 INTsChris Armstrong 21 att 142 yards 2 TDsJay Melton 15 att 60 yards 2 TDs
Great game Noles. I was surprised as you probably were when I started the come-back effort, I'm not sure what my starting QB's problem was. 4 INTs is horrible, especially in the first half. The ball would go 10 yards to the left or right my target. This will be a good rivalry.
#21 Miami 24
Wake Forest 13
Miami played horrible in the first half being shut out of the end zone offensively and only got on the board due to a late safety right before halftime. QB Stephen Morris had a horrible game going 9-29 for 148 Yards 1 TD and 3 INTs, Conversely Wake QB T.Warren was unstoppable with 307 yards on the day. In the second half things opened up for the Canes though and 3 2nd half scores, and two 4th down stops by the
Canesdefense on top of another safety kept the Canes just out of reach of the Demon Deacons. The player of the game was back up HB Eduardo Clemente who ran for 180 yards and a TD. Next week the canes host The West Virginia Mountaineers who have a top 25 defense and hope to get things back on track offensively.
#7 Michigan - 52
Indiana - 27
First game of the new Michigan era
Things didn't start out too well for Michigan as IU went up 14-0 and then 21-7 early in the 2nd quarter. With 2 min left in the 2nd Michigan was able to tie the score at 21 and then IU QB James Spence threw a pick 6. Michigan was able to add a FG before halftime to make it 31-21 and the game was basically over at that point.
The 2nd half was controlled by Michigan on the ground as they prepared for next weeks showdown with The Buckeyes. The Wolverines know if next weeks game starts out as poorly as this one, Ohio State will be playing backups by the 3rd quarter.
West Virginia 14
#18 Miami 48
Hurricanes outclassed the Mountaineers offensively and defensively they need to beat Virginia next week and hope VT stumbles somewhere down the line to get a shot at FSU in the ACC Championship game.
#10 Florida - 62
#23 UCLA - 0
Gators blank Bruins
The defense was amazing today as they held the Bruins to under 200 yards of total offense which included less than 20 yards rushing on like 30 attempts. The offense hummed along like usual with quick scores in good field position. A 34 point 2nd quarter didn't hurt either, UCLA was demoralized by halftime. Hall of Fame nominee CB Shaw recorded another pick this week along with 6 tackles, one for a loss.
Florida gets their 9th win of the season and head to FSU next week to see if we can avoid the hellish game from last season.
T. Murphy - 14/19, 297 yards, 4 TD
T. Robinson - 15 Att, 133 yards, 3 TD
Q. Dunbar - 4 Rec, 122 yards, TD
X. Andrews - 4 Rec, 107 yards, 2 TD
Defense compiled: 20 TFL, 4 Sacks, 2 INT, 9 Deflections (5 by Watkins alone, surprised he didn't pick one of them), 6 FF, FR
#2 Ohio State - 31
#7 Michigan - 14
The Buckeyes dominated the war in the trenches and cruised to an easy win over Michigan. Ohio State controlled the first half of the game and went into halftime up 28-0. The game was already decided by that point. Michigan was able to score twice in the 4th quarter to have a long shot at a comeback but a field goal by OSU put the game out of reach with 2:10 left.
Joe Harrell: 7-10, 197 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Derrick Harris: 23 Carries, 99 yards, 1 TD
Darren Gandy: 13 Carries, 69 yards, 1 TD
Corey Brown: 1 rec, 93 Yards, 1 TD
David Booker: 3 rec, 62 yards
Devin Gardner: 14-21, 283, 1 INT
Stephen Hopkins: 11 carries, 19 yards, 1 TD
Korey Durbin: 4 rec, 94 yards
#10 Michigan - 49
NC State - 24
NC State QB Tyler Brosius threw a pick six 53 seconds into the game and the rout was on. Michigan was up 49-10 midway through the 4th quarter before NC State was able to get a couple TD's at the end of the game to make the score look closer than this game really was.
Gardner: 8-10, 207 yards, 3 TD's
Hopkins: 26 Carries, 162 Yards, 2 TD's
Miller: 5 Rec, 157 Yards, 3 TD's
Brosius: 22-29, 262 yards, 2TD's, 1 INT
Creecy: 16 Carries, 73 yards
Phillips: 4 Rec, 39 yards, 1 TD
#6 Florida - 42
#8 Va Tech - 14
Hokies fail to impress on big stage.
They forced 4 turnovers on defense and made it a close first half but the Hokies couldn't keep up with UF once they started scoring. Murphy had 341 yards and 2 TD's while finding a hole and running one in to finish off a nice Senior season. HB Robinson found the endzone twice and broke 4 tackles. This game was not satisfying though because of the turnovers.
Florida finishes off at 11-2 (7-1).
#9 Michigan - 49
#11 Alabama - 13
Michigan dominates Capital One Bowl
Michigan came out ready to play and went up 21-0 in the 1st quarter. Bama was able get a field goal early in the 2nd quarter but two more quick touchdowns put the game out of reach for Alabama as they were down 35-10 at half. The 2nd half was ground and pound by Michigan as they controlled the clock and ran away with the game.
Gardner: 5-14, 138 yards, 3 TD's
Hopkins: 24 Carries, 255 Yards, 2 TD's
1 Rec, 6 yards, 1 TD
Miller: 2 Rec, 95 yards, 2 TD's
Sims: 23-37, 189 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
4 Carries, 33 yards, 2 Fumbles
Glover: 10 Carries, 25 yards
Glover: 8 Rec, 78 yards, 1 TD
BecK: 6 Rec, 35 yards
*** Nautica could not play so this was against a computer controlled Alabama ***
SEC Conference Championship
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