Season 2: Week 3

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  1. LSUTRUTH

    LSUTRUTH The one and only

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    Welcome to Week 3!
    Remember to visit dynasty.easports.com to publish your own stories.

    =============== #14 Oklahoma State Cowboys (0-1) ===============
    Last week the Cowboys were idle.
    This week, the Cowboys will host Ohio State (1-1).
    In recruiting news, the following Oklahoma State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) DT Ryan Carter has committed to Arkansas

    =============== #4 Texas Longhorns (1-0) ===============
    Last week the Longhorns were idle.
    This week, the Longhorns travel to Miami to face the Miami Hurricanes (2-0).

    =============== #6 Virginia Tech Hokies (2-0) ===============
    Last week, Virginia Tech won 52-27 against Marshall (1-1).
    This week, the Hokies are idle.

    =============== #20 Virginia Cavaliers (1-1) ===============
    Last week, Virginia won 45-20 against Houston (0-2).
    This week, the Cavaliers will host #1 Oklahoma (1-0).

    =============== #1 Oklahoma Sooners (1-0) ===============
    Last week the Sooners were idle.
    This week, the Sooners travel to Charlottesville to face the #20 Virginia Cavaliers (1-1).

    =============== #18 West Virginia Mountaineers (1-0) ===============
    Last week, West Virginia won 31-17 against Utah (1-1).
    This week, the Mountaineers will host Vanderbilt (2-0).
    In recruiting news, the following West Virginia targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) C Erik Redd has committed to Florida

    =============== #16 North Carolina Tar Heels (2-0) ===============
    Last week, North Carolina won 17-7 against TCU (1-1).
    This week, the Tar Heels travel to College Park to face the Maryland Terrapins (2-0).

    =============== #5 NC State Wolfpack (1-0) ===============
    Last week, NC State won 38-17 against Kansas State (0-2).
    This week, the Wolfpack travel to Chestnut Hill to face the Boston College Eagles (1-1).

    =============== Kansas State Wildcats (0-2) ===============
    Last week, Kansas State lost 38-17 against NC State (1-0).
    This week, the Wildcats will host #8 Washington (1-0).
    In recruiting news, the following Kansas State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (*) FB Darnell Hall has committed to Missouri

    =============== #11 Florida State Seminoles (2-0) ===============
    Last week, Florida State won 41-34 against Nevada (0-2).
    This week, the Seminoles travel to Ann Arbor to face the #19 Michigan Wolverines (2-0).

    =============== #22 TCU Horned Frogs (1-1) ===============
    Last week, TCU lost 17-7 against North Carolina (2-0).
    This week, the Horned Frogs will host Georgia Tech (1-0).

    =============== Miami Hurricanes (2-0) ===============
    Last week, Miami won 34-27 against Arizona (0-2).
    This week, the Hurricanes will host #4 Texas (1-0).



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    Key games for the Big 12

    GMONEY 15 Vs UNo x Broncos
    -Cougars- VS BennettForce

    If the Big 12 loses this week the ACC wins the tourney this season. Giving them an extra scholarship next season.


     
  2. UNo x Broncos

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    Texas defeats Miami 31-14

    1st Quarter-
    Malcolm Brown had a unbelievable game and it started right off the bat with a pair of catches and runs for a Texas Touchdown. The Hurricane's struggled on there opening drive with a 3 and out. To mix it up Texas on there 2nd drive really came out slinging it driving at will and making it extremely tough on this Hurricanes defense.

    2nd Quarter-
    The first play of the of the 2nd quarter Malcolm Brown scored at 7 yard Touchdown run making the game 14-0. Miami needed to establish something on there next drive before the game got out of hand. First play Stephen Morris threw up a bomb to Hurns for a 79 Yard much needed Touchdown 14-7 Texas. Texas the following drive marched down to Miami's 31 yard line before Fumbling. Luckily Miami gave it right back throwing a Int which resulted in a Longhorn Field Goal 17-7 Texas.

    3rd Quarter-
    Hurricanes struggles continued with a opening drive 3 and out. Texas keep continuing to pound the ball with Brown which led to a 29 yard TD run 24-7 Texas. At this point everyone knew what Miami was going to do and that was throw the ball. A couple 20 yard plays for Miami helped cap off a TD 24-14 Texas. The Longhorns matched the Hurricanes with a TD as Brown took a 63 yard run to the house 31-14.

    4th Quarter-
    With a pair of turnovers for Miami in the 4th and multiple 3 and outs for Texas this 4th quarter was where both Defense's came and closed out the game.

    Players of the Game:
    Texas- M.Brown 17 Att, 167 Yards,3 Rec, 37 Yards, 4 TD
    Miami-A.Hurms 4 Cth, 142 Yards, 1 TD

    Key Stats:
    T.O.P-Texas 19:21, Miami 8:39
    Turnovers- Texas 1, Miami 6
     
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  3. BakerWildcat7

    BakerWildcat7 Walk On

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    Way to bring us back uno!
     
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  4. Bl0ndeRedHead

    Bl0ndeRedHead Official TSO Pothead

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    It's not gonna matter, we all know the ACC users shit on the Big 12 guys
     
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  5. LSUTRUTH

    LSUTRUTH The one and only

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    LOL we won last season
     
  6. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    With superior teams
     
  7. LSUTRUTH

    LSUTRUTH The one and only

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    Agreed. Your choice :)
     
  8. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    Considering I was the 12th member to join and had to pick UNC or a shitty team, I'd say not really
     
  9. UNo x Broncos

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    If your a good user teams don't matter much
     
  10. The Parrothead

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    NC State at Boston College
    Fresh off a big win in the ACC-Big XII challenge, the Wolfpack traveled to Chestnut Hill to take on the BC Eagles. They came out flat, and did everything they could to try and get BC to take the game over. That's when the David Amerson show took over. With BC leading 14-3 (thanks to Brosius throwing two very untimely picks deep in the Pack's own zone), the Eagles attempted to start a drive from inside their own 10 yard line. Amerson would pick off the first pass thrown (his second pick of the year) and bring it back for 6 to make the score 14-10, BC. Later in the quarter, FB Logan Winkles would take a run right up the gut even further by sprinting into the end zone from 23 yards out to make it 17-15, NCSU. On BC's next possession, Amerson would pick off his second pass of the game. Adding insult to injury, this one also went back for six.

    BC was able to hook up a drive and put the ball in the end zone with 33 seconds left in the half to make the score 24-21, NCSU. BC must have NOT scouted the Pack, as Coach Parrothead dialed up a play from the K-State game. WR Bryan Underwood again snuck past the defenders and was celebrating another 75 yard TD reception (his second 75 yard TD reception in as many games) to make the halftime score 31-21, NCSU.

    NC State would get the ball back in the third quarter, but again would be forced to punt. The David Amerson show continued, as Amerson would pick off his third pass of the game (4th of the season), and would bring this one back for 6 again (for those keeping score, that's 3 picks and 3 TD's). It's now 38-21 NCSU. BC would add a FG in the third to cut it to 14, but NCSU would chew as much clock as they could thus eliminating any chance for a BC comeback. The Pack would also add a safety in the 4th to make the final 40-24.

    Player of the game is obviously CB David Amerson, who also added 2 tackles to his 3 INT 3 TD performance.

    Next up for the Pack is a trip to Tallahassee to play the currently #11 FSU Seminoles.

    In related news, either my guys can't tackle on D, or BC's HB is a freaking machine. Not sure how many broken tackles actually registered, but dude NEVER went down on the first hit. Additionally, a stiff wind was knocking my HB over. Ridiculous.
     
  11. -Cougars-

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    The Cavaliers took on the #1 Oklahoma Sooners this week. In the biggest game of the annual ACC vs Big 12 challenge. This game was worth two points and the Cavaliers knew they needed this win and they didn't disappoint the crowd. The Cavaliers were on fire on offense, it seemed like that they couldn't be stopped. The Cavaliers were 7-10 on third down and they forced the Sooners to throw 7 interceptions and well hey you can't win the game with that many interceptions. The Cavaliers came with a big win over Oklahoma 38-15.
     
  12. LSUTRUTH

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    This was a big win for the ACC I would like alittle more detail about the game. User vs User should be a better recap than this.
     
  13. GDip

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    TCU was able to take care of Georiga Tech in 28-10 win, but not without a HUGE loss. Heisman hopeful RB Waylon James was injured on the final play of the game, as TCU was just running down the clock. James will be out of game action for 7 weeks. This really puts TCU in tough spot as he has been the entire offense for the Horned Frogs up to this point. I will have to look at my optinos, and might even run a different offense. This really deals a blow to the outlook of their season.

    In game action, TCU's defense stepped up huge to start the game as they stopped the Yellow Jackets on 4th down converstion attempts each of their first two drives. The first one Ga. Tech passed up a 40+ yard FG but the 2nd stop by the Horned Frogs was a momentum setter. After a long completion left Ga. Tech at the 1 yard line they were unable to punch it in on the next four plays.

    From that point on it was pretty much all TCU as G.T. didn't muster their TD until 3 minutes were left in the game.

    It will be interested, if not frustrating, to see what the Horned Frogs do on offense without their best weapon. Their next game is a user game, so they will have to figure it out on the fly in a challenging environment.
     
  14. bawvu97

    bawvu97 Let's Goooooo Mountaineers

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    WVU Loses to Vandy - 24 - 21

    Thanks to my 4 picks, a Fumble returned for a TD and 2 missed short range FG's I lost to Vandy. So disappointed. Oh well.
     
  15. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    Despite being outgained, North Carolina refuses to be upset by Maryland
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    Despite another multi-interception game from Brynn Renner, he was able to throw 4 touchdowns and steal a road victory in College Park. North Carolina jumped out to an early 14 point lead, but Maryland hung in there and kept it close all game. The Terrapins threw the ball all over the field, with 44 pass attempts from QB CJ Brown. But thanks to a timely fumble recovery, and AJ Blue putting up nearly 100 yards on the ground, the Tar Heels will jump a few spots in the polls heading into next weekend's game at a ranked Iowa team.​
    The Tar Heels looked good early, moving the ball every which way en route to a 14-0 lead thanks to 2 touchdown passes to WR TJ Thorpe. Maryland would add a long field goal toward the end of the quarter, then force 2 interceptions from Renner in the 2nd quarter, one of which led to a touchdown early in the 2nd to cut the Tar Heel lead to 14-10. But TE Jack Tabb would catch a 12 yard TD pass with under 10 seconds left in the half to give North Carolina an 11 point lead.​
    But Maryland would come back strong in the 3rd, and score the first points of the half with another TD pass from Brown. The Tar Heels would add a long field goal at the end of the quarter to give them a touchdown lead heading into the fourth. After a Maryland fumble in the red zone early in the 4th, the UNC offense would drive downfield and get another TD pass from Renner to give them a 31-17 lead halfway through the quarter. Maryland would score a TD on their next possession, but they took a lot of time and scored with 1:30 left in the game. An onside kick was recovered by the Tar Heels, and a quick 15 yard run from Blue would put them in FG range, where they would run 3 plays and settle for the 10 point lead to end the game after Maryland went a quick 4-and-out.​
     
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