Season 2 Bowl Games

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  1. bigtubb_

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    ULL 27
    Tulsa 20

    After overcoming the loss of my best player/s 6'6 TE Ladarius Green (rated 85), QB (76), CB (82), FB, 3rd string WR, best Lineman (rated 74) and Best DE (73) and a missed XP, I came back and defeated the CPU by 7.

    Unfortunately my highlights didn't save as ea servers went down.
     
  2. Coach_Gruden

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    Western Michigan to take on Wake Forrest later tonight!
     
  3. titangator

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    Good to see you over here GrudeN!!!!!!!!!!


    and dang Tubb, all those injuries in that one game? ouch. way to rep for the sun belt however... im gonna go see if i cant get a win over a number 21 ranked Houston team here shortly.
     
  4. axspecialk

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    fsu is a daunting task.. ill get it in shortly
     
  5. titangator

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    MTSU drops Hawaii Bowl 42 to 35
    The comeback bid that failed is what this one will be known for years to come as. With many families sitting at home on a cold Christmas Eve, the Blue Raiders and Houston Cougars traveled to warm and sunny Hawaii to play the Aloha Hawaii Bowl. What started out as a good game, quickly turned into a route, and then became one of the wildest finished in bowl history. MTSU trailed 31 to 7 with 3 minutes left in the third quarter before Sancho McDonald caught a pass from quarterback Jeff Murphy to make it 31 to 14. Yes, we said Jeff Murphy, Logan Kilgore went down with yet another injury, in what was a fitting way to end his season. If Kilgore cannot find a way to stay healthy next season, it could be another long year for the Blue Raiders. Back to the game however, Houston added another field goal to make it 34 to 14 going into the fourth quarter. The comeback began, MTSU rallied off 21 unanswered points to take a 35 to 34 lead, capped off by a Ben Cunningham screen pass that went 75 yards to paydirt. Houston would get the ball back with 1:40 left, and for Cotton Turner and company, this ended up being plenty of time. The senior quarterback would lead a drive for the ages, that will go down in Houston Cougar history books to give the number 21 team in the nation the 42 to 35 victory and take home the Hawaii Bowl trophy. "I really do not know how to put this into words, this one hurts, we invested so much energy and effort into making it a come back, and then to lose like that at the end, it hurts. But we are grown men around this program, and that is how we will all act in victory or defeat. We have had our share of both this season. This leaves a sour taste in our mouth going into the offseason, but also motivates us to work harder and get that much better. We have a lot of work to do, and all of us know that around here. We look forward to getting right to work in the weight room, and can't wait to fire up spring practice and get it rolling again," said a very, very emotionally frustrated Coach Hickerson. MTSU ends the season with a losing record in Hickersons first year as head coach of his alma mater at 6-7.
     
  6. rice4114

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    Gtech 49 SDSU 22

    Time and time again the Aztec defensive players were in position to stop the Gtech offense but couldnt make the tackles. We were squared up for a tackle 5 times on one run alone and couldnt get it done. Its back to the drawing board for the Aztecs and look to build on a good but dissapointing season. Again the running game couldnt be established past the second quarter and the drops were just as numerous as they always are. Lindley didnt have his best game and you can tell late in the season he needs a sure handed receiver to keep his confidence.

    First Quarter

    06:20 TD San Diego State Walter Kazee HB #31 60 yard rush

    Second Quarter

    03:07 TD Georgia Tech Izaan Cross RE #94 51 yard interception
    00:03 TD Georgia Tech Quentin Sims WR #23 0 yard pass from Tevin Washington QB #13

    Third Quarter

    05:28 TD Georgia Tech Tevin Washington QB #13 6 yard rush
    02:18 TD Georgia Tech Marcus Wright HB #3 39 yard rush
    01:52 TD San Diego State Ronnie Hillman HB #13 43 yard pass from Ryan Lindley QB #14

    Forth Quarter

    05:24 TD Georgia Tech Embry Peeples HB #24 30 yard rush
    03:13 TD San Diego State Walter Kazee HB #31 4 yard pass from Ryan Lindley QB #14
    02:18 TD Georgia Tech Preston Lyons FB #27 5 yard pass from Tevin Washington QB #13
    02:07 TD Georgia Tech Cooper Taylor FS #22 17 yard interception

    Georgia Tech San Diego State

    1st Downs 20 32
    3rd down efficiency 28.57 9.09
    4th down efficiency 0 40
    Total Yards 512 590
    Passing 297 347
    Completion Attempts 16 - 22 19 - 41
    Yards Per Pass 13.5 8.46
    Rushing
    Rushing Attempts 26 19
    Yards Per Rush 4.92 4.74
    Turnovers 2 3
    Fumbles Lost 2 0
    Interceptions Thrown 0 3
    Possession 13:12 14:48

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    Passing ATT Comp Yards TD Int

    Ryan Lindley 41 19 347 2 3

    Rushing ATT Yards TD Long

    Walter Kazee 3 69 1 60
    Ronnie Hillman 7 44 0 23
    Jesse Young 3 -9 0 0
    Ryan Lindley 6 -14 0 6

    Receiving Catches Yards TD Long

    Ronnie Hillman 4 97 1 43
    Osmond Nicholas 4 89 0 41
    Marcus Russell 4 75 0 45
    Dominique Sandifer 2 38 0 24
    Walter Kazee 2 20 1 16
    Ezell Ruffin 2 20 0 10
    Dylan Denso 1 8 0 8
     
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    Holy Crap what a game....Broncos were down 21-0, and I couldn't do a thing vs Wake....Western final woke up and scored two late 2nd qt TD....and after a fumble on the 2nd TD kickoff had a chance to tie the game...My WR I believe was in the end zone before being stripped, but the ruling on the field was no TD...Halftime score Wake 21-Western Michigan 14...Deacons came out like gangbusters throwing up 3 3rd QT TD to take the lead, while Broncos throws up a TD to end the 3rd QT, Wake ahead 35-28.....Bronco D really steps up and allows the O to put up a TD with 3:55 on the clock but the XP is NO GOOD...WF 35 WM 34....Could we get another stop...well yes, and move down to allow PK John Porter to redeem himself with a 20yd FG with 0:51 on the clock...this is where it got interesting....on 4th down around the 50 only needing a FG for the win, 12 ticks on the clock, WF finds a wide open WR down the side....and instead of going out of bounce to stop the clock he attempts to get into the end zone, but is tackled at the 3 yards line with 0:00 on the clock.....BRONCOS WIN 37-35!


    First Quarter

    03:21
    TD
    Wake Forest
    Brandon Pendergrass HB #22 3 yard fumble

    Second Quarter

    06:55
    TD
    Wake Forest
    Brandon Pendergrass HB #22 6 yard rush

    05:51
    TD
    Wake Forest
    Brandon Pendergrass HB #22 1 yard rush

    02:04
    TD
    Western Michigan
    Dallas Walker TE #11 1 yard rush

    00:36
    TD
    Wake Forest
    Michael Campanaro WR #28 3 yard rush

    Third Quarter

    03:55
    TD
    Western Michigan
    Dallas Walker TE #11 1 yard rush

    01:38
    TD
    Western Michigan
    Dallas Walker TE #11 1 yard rush

    01:17
    TD
    Western Michigan
    Deauntay Legrier LE #35 20 yard fumble

    00:59
    TD
    Wake Forest
    Brandon Pendergrass HB #22 84 yard rush

    Forth Quarter

    03:38
    TD
    Western Michigan
    Brian Fields HB #20 5 yard rush

    00:51
    FG
    Western Michigan
    John Potter K #17 18 yard field goal
     
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  8. titangator

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    WOW sounds like a thriller Gruds!
     
  9. ThePaw

    ThePaw I'm so seasonal it hurts, baby!

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    Got absolutely man-handled by Clemson in our bowl. Wasn't even pretty. 38-14 I believe it was. 4 INTs by us killed us since we were within 3-10 points in the third quarter.
     
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    Same here Ohio State dominated the rematch I don't even remember the score lol
     

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