Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Jbbubba, Oct 22, 2012.
Put 'em heah Shirley!
Cincinnati at USF What started out as a close game between two teams looking to salvage a little pride late in the 2013 season became a monstruous blowout in the second half. Cincinnati put up 35 points in the second half on the heels of workhorse running back Jamaal Poteat, who had a career game at the running back position tonight, gaining 195 yards on 21 attempts for 2 touchdowns out of 273 total rushing yards. Matt Legaux threw for 245 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 1 interception, and the Bearcat defense held USF to a total of 2 rushing yards in a 45-7 blowout at Raymond James Stadium. Cincinnati finally figured out their blues and end their 4-8 season on a two game win streak. Hopefully next year will go much better for the Bearcats.
is an awesome shot. Run that little punk over.
Thanks! I thought it just about summed up what I did to those stanky Bulls lol
Orange End Season on High NoteUpset Rutgers in OT Thriller
Syracuse started things off right in their season finale, as SS Shu Mungwa returned an ill-advised screen pass for 6 during Rutgers' opening drive. However, the Scarlet Knights would strike back quickly with a TD-scoring drive capped off with a 3-yard TD pass from QB Chas Dodd. Both defenses tightened up and played tough throughout, and the score remained tied at 7 until the opening drive of the 3rd Quarter. On Syracuse's first possession of the 2nd Half, QB Charley Loeb engineered a time-consuming drive that ended with a 22-yard TD strike to WR Jeremiah Kobena to take a 14-7 lead. Rutgers would eventually tie it back up with about 4 minutes left after a 14-yard TD reception by WR Miles Shuler. The Orange were unable to put anymore points on the board, and Rutgers had one final chance with 50 seconds left in regulation. The Scarlet Knights drove all the way down to the Syracuse 25, but were sacked with 5 seconds remaining and forced to attempt a 50-yard FG for the wind. The FG fell just short and Syracuse was headed to their 2nd OT game of the season. On the first possession of overtime, 3rd string HB Adonis Ameen Moore scored on a 1 yard TD run for the Orange and the defense didn't allow a first down to hold on for the win. Next, Syracuse looks to carry their momentum through the offseason and into 2014.
Way to D up and take em out.
Interesting, because Rutgers was able to run against me but was horrible passing. Whereas you stuffed their run and they tried to pass a bunch on you.
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