Season 2: Week 5

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  1. LSUTRUTH

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  2. LSUTRUTH

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    This goes in last weeks thread Broncos
     
  3. UNo x Broncos

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    My bad
     
  4. LSUTRUTH

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    No worries. BTW GL vs Baker I should be on when you guys play
     
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    Alright cool play COD after
     
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    More like an extreme ass kickin! Smh
     
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    Texas at KSU

    1st Quarter:
    The opening drive for Texas was a success with D.Ash throwing a 44 Yard TD strike to M.Davis. For KSU they had there struggles as it wasn't T.Bender's game. On the second drive Texas moved the ball again fairly ease with help from M.Brown and D.Ash but at the end M.Davis picked up his second TD catch from Ash Texas up 14-0. Kansas St tried a different approach on second drive running the ball but on a 3rd and long Bender threw a pick to C.Byndom to give Texas great field position. A.Lowery was very active in the first Quarter for Texas and it showed with a pair of passes and runs. At the 16 yard line right before the end of the first quarter A.Lowery ran the 16 Yard TD run to make the game 21-0 Texas.

    2nd Quarter:
    Kansas St in the second looked like they may have figured it out and thats by giving the ball to number 16 because he was gashing the Texas D. The Longhorns looked to close out this game early as they marched all the way down to the Kansas ST 10 before throwing a INT which set up a 93 Yard TD to T.Lockett from Bender 21-7 Texas. Longhorns decided at this point up 21-7 to just pound the ball to M.Brown and it payed off as the 3 run of a short drive Brown broke off a 64 Yard run 28-7 Texas. As halftime loomed Texas wasn't finish with J.Bergerson capping off a 1 Yard TD run 35-7 Texas.

    3rd & 4th Quarter:
    Being up 35-7 Texas pulled the starters and began to chew clock. The backups played very well for Texas as they didn't give up any points to KSU.
    The final score is 38-7 Texas.

    Players of the game:
    Texas-D.Ash 12 of 14 for 206 Yards with 2 TD. 3 Att for 93 Yards
    Kansas St-T.Lockett 5 Catches for 136 Yards 1 TD.
     
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  8. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    I'll be getting my game in tonight
     
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    NC State Rides Huge First Half to Easy Win
    NC State comes off a heartbreaking loss to FSU to blast Pitt, 45-7. This one was nearly over from the start, as the Pack had no problems doing what they wanted on offense and stuffing the Pitt running and passing game the entire first half, including putting up 31 points in the second quarter. Starters were pulled at the beginning of the third quarter to get some of the backups some PT. HB Tony Creecy ran for 97 yards on 23 carries, including 3 TDs. QB Tyler Brosius was 11/13 for 330 yards and 3 TDs. Pitt was 0/8 on 3rd downs and 0/1 on 4th downs, and were held to just over 150 yards of total offense (compared to NC State's 500). CB David Amerson got into the defensive act, picking off 2 more passes, bringing his season number up to 6.

    Next up for NC State is a home game against conference foe Maryland.
     
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    North Carolina lays beat down on in-state rival Duke
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    This game wasn't as close as the 35-7 score indicates, as the Tar Heels absolutely crushed the Blue Devils behind the arm of Brynn Renner, who had a near perfect game at quarterback, going 22/27 for 280 yards with 4 passing TDs and a rushing TD. Without star HB AJ Blue, the Tar Heels went to more of a spread option look, using backup QB Marquise Williams to run the option while relying on Renner to throw out of the shotgun. HB Romar Morris did well in Blue's stead, but only put up 58 yards on 11 carries, although he did have 30 receiving yards and a receiving TD. Renner spread the wealth, with 6 receivers catching at least 2 balls. TE Eric Ebron and WR TJ Thorpe each had 6 receptions, Thorpe with one TD and Ebron with two TDs. Duke QB Anthony Boone didn't throw any INTs, but was 13/33 in a rough start against a tough Carolina defense.

    The first half was all Bryn Renner, as he was literally perfect for the Tar Heels. Going 14/14 for 156 yards, with 3 passing TD and a rushing TD, Renner easily had the best half of his college career against Duke on Saturday. He would start the scoring with a 10 yard rushing TD in the first quarter, then deliver 3 touchdown strikes through the air in the 2nd quarter, two of those to Eric Ebron, one to Romar Morris on a HB screen. The Tar Heels would coast from that point until Duke put up a touchdown in the 4th, which saw Carolina quickly strike back with one final TD to put the game out of reach.
     
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    OKSU escapes late rally

    Baylor gave OKSU all it could handle as OKSU would need a late score to overcome the 1 point deficit. 21-20 would be the final as OKSU held the TOP to a controlling margin with nearly 20 minutes. Freshman QB Dickenson is continuing to show great moxie and leadership as his decision making has been on point. OKSU will need this to continue as they look to challenge OU/ Texas for the Big 12 crown again and a possible NC birth
     
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    I should be on or around that time.
     
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    34-24 Seminoles
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    Seminoles come out hot in the second half offensively and defensively. Scoring 2 TD's in the 3rd to take a 10 point lead into the 4th quarter. The Seminoles got an excellent game from HB Devonta Freeman who just returned from a broken wrist. His consistency in the 4th quarter allowed us to limit Clemson opportunities and leave Death Valley with a big conference win. We look to remain unbeaten as our road trip continues next week at Wake Forrest. The fans are wanting a big second half lead against the Demon Deacons so they can see Freshman (RS) QB Jameis Winston for the first time. However, Coach Atkinson knows to never take an ACC opponent lightly especially after all of our close games thus far.​
     
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    THE CANES UPSET #3 VA TECH IN BLACKSBURG



    THE U IMPROVES TO 2-0 IN ACC PLAY


    Miami came into this game trying to establish some sort of identity. Will this team play like the way they destroyed Wake Forest last week or will the play like the way they played against Texas and got blasted d by the Longhorns 2 weeks ago, They played with a purpose and hung in there throughout the game and came away with a 23-21 hard fought upset victory win over #3 ranked Va tech Hokies.in Lane Stadium in Blacksburg.


    3:34 FG [​IMG] Miami Tim Wright K #5 34 yard FG
    Second Quarter
    6:19 TD [​IMG] Miami Rashawn Scott WR #80 6 yard TD from Stephen Morris QB #17 (Tim Wright K #5 kick)
    6:09 TD [​IMG] VT JC Coleman HB #4 104 yard TD (Brooks Abbott K #48 kick)
    1:51 FG [​IMG] Miami Tim Wright K #5 31 yard FG
    0:43 FG [​IMG] Miami Tim Wright K #5 33 yard FG
    0:03 TD [​IMG] VT Joel Caleb WR #15 27 yard TD from Logan Thomas QB #3 (Brooks Abbott K #48 kick)
    Fourth Quarter
    4:06 TD [​IMG] Miami Ryan Williams QB #11 1 yard TD (Tim Wright K #5 kick)
    2:45 TD [​IMG] VT Joel Caleb WR #15 23 yard TD from Logan Thomas QB #3 ( #48 kick)




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    1st Downs 11 11
    3rd down conversions 2/4 2/9
    4th down conversions 0/0 1/1
    Total offense 218 261
    Passing yards 181 131
    Completions/Attempts 11/19 8/11
    Yards Per Attempt 9.5 11.9
    Rushing yards 37 130
    Rushing Attempts 16 35
    Yard Per Rush 2.3 3.7
    Penalties-yards 1-10 0-0
    Turnovers 4 0
    Fumbles Lost 0 0
    Interceptions Thrown 4 0
    possession 8:53 19:07
     
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    TCU takes down Louisville 24-10
    It was an ugly game from the standpoint that this game easily should have been a 35-40 point game for the Horned Frogs. Instead, they got solid play from all aspects, except the running game, only to stall out on a couple drives or turnover deep in the Cardinals territory. ​
    Horned Frogs QB Matt Brown played his best game of the season to date, going 17/22 for 306 yards with 2TD and 1INT. Uncharacteristically, TCU was unable to find their running game, managing only 22 yards from their starting RB. Meanwhile on defense, the team played well, forcing Cardinals QB Teddy Bridgewater to scramble time and time again. Bridewater managed just 10 yards on 19 rushing attempts. He wasn't able to get away from the pass rush every time though, as the Frogs defense was able to rack up 8 sacks, 5 of them coming from senior DE Stansly Maponga.​
    It was a win, but the purple frogs are not leaving this game overconfident. They realize they have much to improve if they want to compete in the conference late in the season. ​
     

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