Discussion in 'Legendary Veterans' started by IrishBearcat, Jul 30, 2012.
SEASON ONE WEEK EIGHT Advance Max: Sunday @11:59 PM EST
The Cavaliers win big against Wake Forest 42-13. This game started out how it usually does for the Cavaliers, Sims throwing interceptions. As soon as he lets the ball go he always questions himself why do I do that? But thankfully the Cavalier defense came to play. The Cavalier defense only gave up one touchdown and forced a clutch interception before halftime which took all the Demon Deacon momentum. Sims had a hell of a day throwing for 300+ yards and going 16-21, throwing 4 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. Perry Jones rushed for 100+ yards as well.
Pure terrible is the way LSUTRUTH described his game versus Iowa State. In OKSU first game without Randle they might as well not had a running back. Wes Lunt would be called upon after he made some early mistakes leading to Iowa State gaining an early advantage. Lunt threw the ball a career high 47 times completing 29 of the throws. He threw for 606 yards however he added 4 TD however there was the negative 5 INT he threw. However at the end of the game Lunt was clutch in the 4th quarter he could go hard and would throw 2 TD and lead a game winning drive with a FG. OKSU would also have 4 4th down conversions which was also clutch in helping them with the comeback vs ISU.
Look for OKSU to be much more balanced in the future as Lunt proved he needs to have a passing cap placed on his throws. However OKSU is just glad to come away with a win
FSU ready to advance, summary will be up tomorrow.
Va Tech- 45
The Hokies opened up theri offense and were lead by QB Logan Thomas who accounted for 413 total yds and 5 TD on offense. RB' s Holmes and Gregory combined for 62yds TD on the ground. WR Fuller lead the wideouts with 80yds TD. The defense continued to wreak havoc on the opposing QB frustrating Clemson's Boyd all game. Huge user game next week with Big 12 vs ACC challenge title up for grabs....
You best win that next game or don't bother coming back to the ACC dinner table!
Updated initial post.
DAMN! Virginia and Florida State hauled in big recruiting coups this week. Nice work fellas.
28-23 The Seminoles came in hoping to have our offensive leader back for this rivalry game. That wasn't the case, the starting QB was Clint Trickett for the 5th straight game. He has been able to overcome slow starts in most of those starts but this road trip to Miami would be a different story. After throwing 3 first quarter interceptions he appeared to be beyond rattled. The simplest throws were becoming errant and I felt like we had to make the move to 3rd string QB Jacob Coker. Miami HB Mike James broke a 36 yard run for a TD to put the first points on the board with 2:55 to play in the first. Miami slightly had the momentum going into the second quarter after a sloppy first quarter with 5 INT's thrown (FSU 3 Miami 2). The first drive for Jacob Coker went very well hitting several different recievers moving into Miami territory before WR Rashad Greene fumbled after a first down reception. Miami was driving once again looking to go up two scores when QB Stephen Morris threw his 3rd INT of the game, which Sophomore CB Nick Waisome returned 63 yards for a FSU TD. FSU's offense would ride that momentum swing the rest of the 2nd quarter. Jacob Coker hit Kenny Shaw with a 41 yard TD pass to give us our first lead of the game. With Miami threatening to tie things up before the half our defense was able to stop them around the 50 and force another punt. With less than 30 seconds to play in the half Coker hit Rodney Smith on a crossing route and he was able to get around the corner and turn on the burners down the sideline for a 64 yard TD. However, poor tackling and defensive playcalling allowed Miami to get in FG range in just 20 seconds and they hit a 48 yard FG as the half ended. 21-10 FSU at the half. The third quarter was another defense battle just like the first half but without the big plays from the offenses. After a scoreless 3rd quarter the Hurricanes scored on a 3 yard run from HB Duke Johnson. They went for the two point conversion to make it a 3 point game but MLB Vince Williams made an amazing open field tackle on the outside run. After Miami cut the lead to 5, FSU answered back with a 3 minute drive which was capitalized on a 10 yard TD reception by Christian Green. Putting the lead back at 12 with 3:34 to play. The Hurricanes would not just lay down and die at home, marching right back down the field to score another 4th quarter TD. It was too little too late however, the Seminoles recovered the onside kick and was able to run the clock out for a big rivalry win. Offensive Player of the Game: Jacob Coker 12-19 217 yards 3 TD's 0 INT's.. This might be his only appearance of the season as E.J. Manuel should be back next week but he has definitely made next years QB battle even more interesting than everyone thought. Defensive Player of the Game: Lamarcus Joyner 6 tackles & Keelin Smith 2 tackles and 2 INT's Next week we return home to play the Duke Blue Devils. E.J. Manuel should finally return to the starting lineup and should be fired up to finish out his Senior year as good as possible.
# Texas 14 21 17 0 52 # Baylor 7 0 7 0 14FIRST QUARTER5:55TD Bay Terrance Williams WR #2 33 yard TD from Nick Florence QB #11 (Aaron Jones K #43 kick)
1:31TD Texas David Ash QB #14 7 yard TD (Nick Jordan K #20 kick)
0:00TD Texas Malcolm Brown HB #28 7 yard TD (Nick Jordan K #20 kick)
SECOND QUARTER3:58TD Texas Mike Davis WR #1 15 yard TD from David Ash QB #14 (Nick Jordan K #20 kick)
1:34TD Texas DeSean Hales WR #3 28 yard TD from David Ash QB #14 (Nick Jordan K #20 kick)
0:00TD Texas Carrington Byndom CB #23 65 yard TD (Nick Jordan K #20 kick)
THIRD QUARTER6:04TD Texas Kenny Vaccaro FS #4 70 yard TD (Nick Jordan K #20 kick)
5:22TD Bay Lanear Sampson WR #3 23 yard TD from Nick Florence QB #11 (Aaron Jones K #43 kick)
3:48TD Texas Malcolm Brown HB #28 1 yard TD (Nick Jordan K #20 kick)
2:30FG Texas Nick Jordan K #20 42 yard FG
Players of the game:
Texas- Malcolm Brown- 12 Att 106 Yds 2 TDs
Texas- Adrian Phillips- 6 Tackles 1 Sack
Baylor-Terrance Williams- 5 Catches 78 Yds 1 TD
Advance max is WEDNESDAY at 8:30 PM EST, NOT Thursday.
I'd edit it, but editing the original post messes up the spoiler since I have it centered.
Oklahoma 45 Kansas 28
This game was much closer than the score with 2 minutes left in the 1st half Kansas led 28-14 A long Td and a INT return for TD with no time remaining tied things up! After halftime it was all Oklahoma as they added another Defensive TD and a safety Coach Bennett said after the game. "That kind of production is what I'm looking for on Defense, anytime your D gets you 16 points wow, sure they gave up 28 but 0 in the second half, this is what we will need when we play VT next week. I have so much respect for that team and their Coach who has been a friend for a long time dating back to "The League""
All eyes now focus to next week with so very much on the line it should be fun!
Player of the Game: Jalen Saunders
Your game is all that's left.
Tar Heels pull away late for win over Duke despite bad day for QBs
Spoiler: Scoring Summary
Spoiler: Team Stats
Spoiler: Player Stats
UNo x Broncos
If you did not do a week 8 summary, please do it today. Thank you.
Leaving work soon, will get it done
Edit, and you know its going to be a good one after I beat the commish.
It was a great game, I'm excited to see the recap. Second game where I was up 14-0 and imploded to lose. I need to evaluate my offense and fix it QUICK!
--AP Manhattan, KS
West Virginia 30
With both teams coming off upset loses, this game was very important in keeping each teams quest for a spot in the Big 12 title game hopes alive. The Wildcats would suffer to devastating loses this week. After losing freshman WR and big time contribute Tyler Lockett for 8 weeks, the Cats would also lose Heisman hopeful Colin Klien for 10 weeks, therefore ending his senior campaign and then HB John Huebert for 5 weeks. These losses could be possible season killers as Klien ane Huebert have been the top two offensive threats. But inspite of the injuries the Cats would get huge games from some unlikey heros. Freshman QB Tavarious Bender would come in and play lights out, tossing 3 td's and throwning no ints. But the biggest playmaker of the game was WR Tremaine Thompson, catching two long passes for touchdown in adding a 79 yards rushing touchdown. The Wildcat defense was stellar when needed as well, stopping the Mountaineer offense twice in the red zone holding them to field goals and intercepting star QB Jarret Brown twice. The Wildcats are looking to continue to improve their Big- 12 record next week against a very solid Texas Tech team when the Red Raiders come to Manhattan next week.
I will try to get a quick summary up here in a second, haven't found the time since we have been out of town.
^ - Isn't that your summary above, or are you referring to week 9?
I am thinking about The Legacy summary, just didn't pay attention when you tagged me in your post..
Texas Tech - 22
TCU - 20
TTU - 06 l 00 l 09 l 07 ll 22
TCU - 14 l 00 l 00 l 06 ll 20
Fort Worth, TX
It was another year for the West Texas Championship (game doesn't recognize) for both of these teams looking to stay alive in the hunt for the Big XII Championship. Texas Tech marched on the road entering 3-3 on the season, while Texas Christian looked to stay undefeated in conference play, and keep from becoming a 2 loss team at 5-1.
TCU got the ball first, but failed to advance the field, punting the ball after 5 or 6 plays. After Tech getting their first attempt of the game, they failed to score either giving the ball back to the Horned Frogs. The TCU offense didn't fail their coach on this drive, they put up a 48 yard touchdown run on the first play of the drive, leaving the Red Raiders coach frustrated on the sideline. Tech continued their attempt down the field, getting the ball on the 1 yard line after a long pass play from Seth Doege, but a great goal line stand from TCU left Tech settling for 3. After TCU fumbled inside their own 40, Tech settled for another field goal, leaving the score at 6-7 with under a minute to go, but TCU hit a 75 yard pass down the field to make the score at the end of 1, 14-6.
Defense dominated the rest of the half, Tech attempted a 4th down conversion at the end of the half to try and score inside the redzone again, but came up short. TCU's redzone defense was brutal in the first half, leaving the score 14-6 at halftime.
The third quarter was dominated by the Red Raiders, putting up 47 yard field goal, and a 35 yard pick 6 to the right end, Dartwan Bush. At the end of the third Tech's lead was 15-14 after a failed 2pt conversion.
Tech scored again in the fourth, leaving 2 minutes to go, on a 27 yard touchdown run from the backup HB, SaDale Foster. TCU was not done, with no timeouts and trailing 8, the Horny Toads marched the field on M. Brown's legs, the backup quarterback scrambled on three plays to get them down to the 3 yard line. After 2 failed attempts at the goal line, the Horned Frogs punched the ball in with less than 30 seconds to go in regulation. It was down to the 2 point conversion to get the game tied, but a sack on the attempt led to the final kickoff, which was recovered by Texas Tech, sealing a huge victory for the Red Raiders.
First Downs - 11 l 9
Rushing Yards - 103 l 197
Passing Yards - 135 l 155
Total Offense - 238 l 352
Turnovers - 2 (2 int) l 4 (2 fum/2 int)
M. Brown - 7/15 - 155 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT ; 7 rushes for 79 yards
W. James - 20 rushes for 108 yards, 2 TD ; 2 receptions for 99 yards
Seth Doege - 13/20 - 135 yards, 0 TD, 2 INT ; 4 rushes for 24 yards
SaDale Foster - 18 rushes for 73 yards, 1 TD ; 4 receptions for 35 yards
Eric Ward - 3 receptions for 53 yards
Great game IrishBearcat , will look forward to next year.
No worries man!
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