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Season 1 - Week 4

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Bl0ndeRedHead, Jul 28, 2011.

  1. Bl0ndeRedHead

    Bl0ndeRedHead Official TSO Pothead

    Jul 31, 2010
    Season 1, Week 4





    Michigan Wolverines @ LSU Tigers
    Baton Rouge, LA
    LSU -3.5

    After a shaky 2-and-a-half games to start the season, LSU found it's groove in the 2nd half against Mississippi State in their victory last week. It was the first of the year for LSU, who welcomes the undefeated Michigan Wolverines, fresh off a victory against USC. The Wolverines are no doubt talented, but aren't ranked and rely heavily on a few key guys. If LSU can contain Denard and Shaw, Michigan will be forced to use some options they don't regularly rely on. This all falls on LSU though, as their play in the 1st half will most likely shape the outcome of the game.

    Michigan 31, LSU 24

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    Colorado Buffalos @ Ohio State Buckeyes
    Columbus, OH
    ESPN 2
    OSU -14

    Colorado 29, Ohio State 28

    Eastern Michigan Eagles @ Penn State Nittany Lions
    Happy Valley, PA
    PSU -24.5

    Penn State 49, Eastern Michigan 7

    Georgia Bulldogs @ Mississippi Rebels
    Oxford, MS
    UGA -5.5

    Georgia 27, Mississippi 23

    USC Trojans @ Arizona State Sun Devils
    Tempe, AZ
    ASU -3.5

    USC 23, Arizona State 20

    Oregon Ducks @ Arizona Wildcats
    Tucson, AZ
    OREG -12.5

    Oregon 41, Arizona 17

    Wyoming Cowboys @ Nebraska Cornhuskers
    Lincoln, NE
    NEB -17.5

    Nebraska 37, Wyoming 18

    Florida Gators @ Kentucky Wildcats
    Lexington, KY
    UF -13.5

    Florida 28, Kentucky 14

    UCLA Bruins @ Oregon State Beavers
    Corvallis, OR
    OSU -7.5

    Oregon State 24, UCLA 19


    Week 3 Recap

    Oregon 56, FCS Midwest 13
    POTG: HB L. James - 10 CAR, 270 YDS, 5 TD

    Georgia 52, FCS Southeast 0
    POTG: HB C. Thomas - 17 CAR, 176 YDS, 4 TD

    Florida 38, Tennessee 16
    POTG: LB J. Bostic - 9 TKLS, SK, FF, FR

    LSU 37, Mississippi State 24
    POTG: CB T. Mathieu - 4 TKLS, 2 DEFL, FF, FR

    Michigan 28, USC 17
    POTG: HB M. Shaw - 20 CAR, 167 YDS, 3 TD

    Nebraska 38, Washington 13
    POTG: HB R. Burkhead - 22 CAR, 173 YDS, 3 TD

    Ohio State 28, Miami 25
    POTG: HB D. Herron - 17 CAR, 92 YDS, TD

    Colorado 31, Colorado State 17
    POTG: HB B. Lockridge - 19 CAR, 156 YDS, TD

    Penn State 38, Temple 6
    POTG: HB S. Green - 13 CAR, 65 YDS, 2 TD

    BIG 10 POTW:
    Offensive POTW: HB Rex Burkhead - 22 CAR, 173 YDS, 3 TD
    Defensive POTW: DT Jared Crick - 4 TKLS, 3 TFL, ATK, 3 SKS, 2 FF

    PAC-12 POTW:
    Offensive POTW: HB LaMichael James - 10 CAR, 270 YDS, 5 TD
    Defensive POTW: DT Taylor Hart - 6 TKLS, 3 TFL, 2 ATK, 2 SKS

    Defensive POTW: 3 TKLS, 2 TFL, 6 ATK, SK, FF, FR

    2. HB LaMichael James - Oregon
    Last Game (W 56-13 vs FCS MW): 10 CAR, 270 YDS, 5 TD
    5. HB Kenjon Barner - Oregon
    Last Game (W 56-13 vs FCS MW): 6 CAR, 160 YDS, 2 TD, FR

    Week 3 Signings
    :3stars: RG Bryan Stewart​

    :4stars: CB James Scott​

    :5stars: WR Clint Campbell​

    TOP 25
    1. Oklahoma (2-0)​
    2. Alabama (3-0)​
    3. Oregon (3-0)​
    4. Ohio State (2-0)​
    5. Oklahoma State (3-0)​
    6. Texas A&M (2-0)​
    7. Virginia Tech (3-0)​
    8. Baylor (2-0)​
    9. Wisconsin (2-1)​
    10. Florida (3-0)​
    11. Florida State (2-1)​
    12. Stanford (2-1)​
    13. LSU (1-2)​
    14. Boise State (1-1)​
    15. Mississippi State (2-1)​
    16. Michigan State (2-1)​
    17. Nebraska (2-1)​
    18. NC State (3-0)​
    19. South Carolina (2-1)​
    20. Arizona State (2-0)​
    21. TCU (2-1)​
    22. Penn State (3-0)​
    23. Auburn (1-2)​
    24. Arizona (2-1)​
    25. Clemson (3-0)​
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  2. sreese

    sreese Walk On

    Mar 14, 2010
    not going anywhere but having major problems with my internet. Its been down for 24 hrs. Hopefully everything is fixed now. just a heads up incase i get disconnected or go missing.
  3. Tretrain26

    Tretrain26 Walk On

    Jul 31, 2010

    Oregon opens PAC-12 play by taming the Wildkittens.

    Kenjon Barner goes up for the catch and turns it into 6!

    Chip Kelly must have figured that with his team going on the road and facing a conference opponent this week, he would get to see how his team would react to a tough game in a hostile environment. Well, for that to happen Arizona would have actually had to show up to play. The ineptitude displayed by the Wildcat defense was enough destroy any kind of home field advantage that they may have been counting on. Twice defenders bit so hard on a D. Thomas play-fake that there was no one within 10 yards of the receiver. Thomas had his first big game of the year going 10-15 for 343 yards and 4-TD's. LaMichael James ran for 128 yards (1 TD) and added 97 more receiving. Arizona's offensive line gave up 8 sacks on the day, ensuring that the 'Cats had no shot to mount any type of come back.​

    Next up for the Ducks:
    BYE week​
    LaMichael James will be dreaming of passing the 1,000-yard mark against Cal.​
  4. mboda

    mboda Walk On

    Jul 26, 2010


    Nebraska runs over Wyoming 48-7

    After a slow start to the game, where these teams were tied at 7 early in the 2nd quarter, the Nebraska offense came alive in the 2nd quarter and ran away with the game. 3 Nebraska players reached the 100 yard rushing mark, QB Taylor Martinez and RB's Rex Burkhead and Aaron Green and those 3 combined for 367 yards on 45 carries and 3 touchdowns. Martinez banged out 100 yards in the first half before he got injured and missed the rest of the game. The Nebraska defense dominated the Wyoming offense for most of the game and held them to under 200 yards of offense.

    Next week Nebraska travels to Wisconsin for an important Big 10 game.
  5. Bl0ndeRedHead

    Bl0ndeRedHead Official TSO Pothead

    Jul 31, 2010
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    ASU keeps USC scoreless until 4th quarter in impressive win

    Osweiler finally found his rhythm in the 2nd half, finishing 17/28 for 224 yards, with 3 TD and an INT

    The Sun Devils Pac-12 opener was quite the showcase for the burgeoning defense, which is proving to be one of the best in the nation. They kept the Trojans off the scoreboard until midway through the 4th quarter, and never let the USC offense get in a groove. QB Matt Barkley threw for 268 yards, but the running game was nonexistent with RB Marc Tyler leading the team with 24 rushing yards. Sun Devil CB Omar Bolden came up with his 2nd INT of the young season, and MLB Vontaze Burfict was a ballhound as usual. Offensively, the Sun Devils didn't get quite the rushing game we were used to from HBs Cameron Marshall and Deantre Lewis, although the two combined for 105 yards rushing on 18 carries with Lewis finding the end zone once. The real story was Osweiler, who completed passes to 7 different receivers and threw 3 TD passes, each to a different receiver. This was the first time all year Osweiler looked comfortable in the pocket, and the first week he didn't get sacked multiple times.

    Arizona State got off to a good start with a long touchdown drive to open the game, culminating with a touchdown pass to WR Gerell Robinson. However the PAT was shanked by K Alex Garoutte. The Sun Devil defense forced several 3-and-outs from the USC offense and an INT in their first few possessions and before you knew it the Sun Devils had a 19-0 lead late in the 2nd quarter after a couple more TD passes from Osweiler. The lone score of the 3rd quarter was an ASU field goal, which pushed the Sun Devil lead to 22-0. But USC finally came to life in the 4th quarter, going on a 91 yard touchdown drive that ended with a 41 yard TD pass. But a failed 2-pt conversion meant USC needed two scores and two 2-point conversions to tie it. After quick stop, USC got another score to bring it to 22-12, but another failed conversion sealed the Trojans fate. Another ASU field goal and a breakaway TD run by Deantre Lewis completely separated the Sun Devils from the Trojans, and ASU was able to breathe easy the last minute.

    Next week Arizona State welcomes bawvu97 and Oregon State to town, where the Sun Devils look to keep their undefeated season alive against the up and coming Beavers.

    BDSDIGITAL One Time for your Mind

    Jun 5, 2009
    Colorado 24 - #4 Ohio State 10


    We pulled the huge upset in front of 100k on the banks of the Olentangy River. Neither team got off to a great start. We went scoreless in the 1st qtr. Which I guess was a Buffalo victory. As soon as the first period ended and the game was 0-0 I knew I had a good shot of winning this game.

    We openend the scoring a few minutes into the 2nd quarter after a long drive that was capped off by a Rodney Stewart TD run to make it 7-0. We missed a FG later in the quarter that would have made it 10-0, but we missed wide left. Later in the qtr we got a pick 6 from Braxton Miller to take a 14-0 lead.

    Braxton Miller was in over his head in this game. Roogy took him out for Bauserman before half time. A move that really paid off to begin. They drove for a TD as the 1st half was ending. We went to the half up 14-7 and had to kick it back to the Bucks.

    The 3rd qtr was all Colorado. We blanked OSU 10-0 in the quarter to go into the 4th up 24-7 and at that point it was about over. The Buckeyes put up a FG in the 4th but threw two really costly int's that basically made it impossible to win. We took the int's out of bounds, ran the clock and celebrated a huge win!

    Again, Good game Roogy. The turnovers really killed you. Without them you probably would have won. You are definitely a good sim player and the kind of user we want here! Just keep playing these games and learning from them. After you've been here for a while and have went through some of these type of games you'll win alot more than you lose. That's just kinda how it works here. It took me a long time of getting my brains beat in on a regular basis before I started winning alot of games.

    Next week we have Washington St.

    Let's get a little coaches poll love for the mighty Buffs! :thumbsup:
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  7. Roogy

    Roogy Walk On

    Jul 10, 2011
    24 [​IMG] [​IMG] 10

    Buckeyes Get Dose of Reality in a Buffaloe Stompin'
    Miller & Bauserman combine to throw 5 picks in offensive struggle


    The Buckeyes have issues, real issues. In their 3rd game of the young season, Ohio State struggled massively on offense in their 24-10 submission to the Colorado Buffaloes. Braxton Miller and Joe Bauserman each tossed a Pick 6 and combined for 5 interceptions and looked flat out inept in reading zone coverages. "It was tough out there, the Colorado defense was obviously reading my eyes and took advantage of all opportunities," said Bauserman. The score does not tell the entire story as Colorado took mercy on the young Buckeyes in what surely could have been an even worse outcome on the scoreboard.​

    After trailing 14-7 at the half, the Buckeyes put together an encouraging drive to start the half as they marched down into Colorado territory looking for the tying score. In what was the theme of the day, Joe Bauserman proceeded to throw a pass intended for TE Jake Stoneburner in which a Colorado defender picked off. That was all she wrote. Colorado proceeded to score 10 in the 3rd and pulled away for good.​

    The Buckeyes got used to seeing the Buffaloes' backsides running for TD's

    Bauserman finished 11-27 with 146 yards and Miller, who was replaced in the 2nd quarter finished a measley 2-10 for 18 yards. The Bucks running game showed some encouragement as Boom Herron had 6 carries for 65 yards while Jamaal Berry and Jordan Hall pitched in 25 and 10 yards respectively.​

    Ohio State (2-1) will look to recover in Week 5 as they begin conference play against Michigan State at the Horseshoe.​
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