Season 2 - Week 2

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  1. Dru50

    Dru50 Still Chicago's #1 son

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    Season 2 - Week 2

    We have advanced to week 2. Either everyone rushes to get through their games in before sunday at noon, in which case I will advance before my trip, or we will advance on friday 1/22.

    Only 1 user game - bama vs texas.

    Blaza, you around tonight?
     
  2. recchem2000

    recchem2000 UCLA > WSU

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    Hey Dru, I think you forgot to change Hokie to KSU. We play ISU this week and he is still listed as the coach.
     
  3. Dru50

    Dru50 Still Chicago's #1 son

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    Fixed it this morning. Sorry about that.
     
  4. GoGators

    GoGators GT: KSherm

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    #16 Cal 33
    Cincy 38

    Upset City!!!


    Cincinnati hosted the #16 Cal GoldenBears this weekend.

    Cal brought to town a great offense with QB Kevin Riley and All American HB Jahvid Best. This was a great game from the start. Cal took the opening kickoff and drove the length of the field for a TD.

    The Bearcats responded when freshman return man Lynell Payne took the opening kickoff 102 yards to the house.

    The game went back and forth and then got really interesting in the 4th quarter. With Cal ahead by 5, Cincy had to convert numerous 3rd and longs to keep their drive alive for the go ahead TD. Sr. WR Mardy Gilyard came up with a couple huge plays in one on one coverage to help his team. After scoring a TD to go ahead by 2 with 3 minutes remaining, Cal got the ball and marched down field. The Bearcats were finally able to get some pressure on Skinner and forced a punt from midfield.

    The Bearcats were unable to convert a first down and punted the ball back. The defense responded when called upon forcing a turnover on downs. The Bearcats were able to run the clock down to 10 seconds left before kicking a field goal to go up 5. Thankfully they covered the ensuing kickoff and that was all she wrote for this one.

    Mike Leach gets his first win as the OC at Cincinnati.

    "Now that's a playbook!!!" -QB Tony Pike after game

    Players of the Game:
    Game Ball QB T. Pike 159.1 rating, 21/34, 300 yds 3 TDs

    Cal QB K. Riley 148.9, 24/33, 221 yds, 2 TDs
    HB J. Best 13 car, 58 yds, rec, 20 yds

    Notable youngsters:
    FR SS D. Frey 6 tackles
    SO DT J. Hughes 5 tackles, TFL, sack
    FR WR Lynell Payne 4 returns 192 yds, TD​
     

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