Season 2: Week 9 Summaries

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  1. DrunkenSoldier

    DrunkenSoldier Luck Of The Irish

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    Season 2: Week 9 Summaries

    Houston beats Southern Miss in a shoot out.

    Houston's offense came out flying flying scoring on there first 4 possessions to build a 28-10 lead at the half , but then the turnover bug hit as Case Keenum was intercepted twice giving Southern Miss life as they would rally back to cut the deficit to 7, 31-24 at the end of the 3rd, But HB Bryce Beall would add a TD run and so would the back up Charles Sims and Houston would hold on 45-31.

    Game leaders
    Bryce Beall 29 carries for 123 yds and 2 TD's
    Case Keenum 349 yds passing, 3 TD's and 2 INT's
    Freshman WR AJ Dugat 4 catches for 111 yds and 1 TD

    Houston goes to 6-2 on the year
     
  2. BG

    BG On The Rize!

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    #2 Stanford vs Nevada

    Stanford uses special teams and defense to run past conference foe, Nevada. Stanford returned two KO's for td's and forced three turnovers, to dominate The Wolfpack. Stanford kicked off their scoring frenzy in the first qtr scoring 28 points; two of which came through the air on the arm of QB A. Luck. Luck didn't have fantastic numbers in the game, but he was very effective in the redzone, where all three of his td passes occurred.

    Stanford RB, S. Taylor was lost early in the game due to injury, but it doesn't seem like he will be out any longer than the one game. Second and third string RB's didn't miss a beat, as they ran for over 200yds and two td's as a duo. The win improves Stanford's season record to 8-0(4-0). Next week, Stanford plays Idaho (I think).



    Final score:


    Stanford: 55

    Nevada: 13
     
  3. BigSmooth33

    BigSmooth33 Walk On

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    MTSU 28 UL-L 14

    Devon Dasher's Blue Raiders kept a comfortable lead throughout the entirety of the game and kept it respectable in this rivalry.

    Gaining nearly 200 yards for the team with the spread option attack.

    Dasher accounted for 3 of MTSU's 4 TD's helping his case for All-Sun Belt 1st team and hopefully conference player of the year.

    Good defensive showing, with and INT by Isaac and 4 sacks for the team.
     
  4. BigSmooth33

    BigSmooth33 Walk On

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    MTSU @ Louisianna Lafayette

    MTSU 28 UL-L 14

    Devon Dasher's Blue Raiders kept a comfortable lead throughout the entirety of the game and kept it respectable in this rivalry.

    Gaining nearly 200 yards for the team with the spread option attack.

    Dasher accounted for 3 of MTSU's 4 TD's helping his case for All-Sun Belt 1st team and hopefully conference player of the year.

    Good defensive showing, with and INT by Isaac and 4 sacks for the team.
     
  5. DJDunn6

    DJDunn6 Walk On

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    Season 2 Week 9 Summary

    Another wacky game with Baylor beating SD St 63-34. Baylor got off to a nice 21-0 lead and then strange things started happening. Muffed punts returned for TD's, drop screen pass that turn into an INT run back, and 2 late fumble's one returned for a TD the other returned to the 1 as Baylor was trying to run the clock out. SD St got it down to 28-21 and had the ball but Baylor rolled off 21 straight to make it comfortable. SD St would not got away they kept making big plays including a 90+ yd run by a FB, forcing Baylor to keep their starters in and it hurt. QB Griffin was injured late in the 4th for Baylor the extent not known yet. Baylor did drop another 6 passes this game making it 23 in the last 3 games. Also Baylor did a bad job up front as there was constant pressure and sacks on Griffin. The Bears moved to 5-3 but have a ton of work still to do...
     
  6. JerzeyReign

    JerzeyReign #BeatOhio

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    Memphis Is On A Bye. Recruiting Complete



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  7. Big-Bear-W

    Big-Bear-W Walk On

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    Rice crumbles.

    On a rain soaked evening the Rice Owls traveled to play the Bulldogs of Louisiana Tech. The Rice offense looked completely waterlogged. The typical trademark of the Owls balanced attack was thwarted when no formation or gameplan seemed to work. The ground game was ineffective and passes were routinely off the mark and in many many cases bounced right off receiver's hands.

    Rice did manage some effective offense at certain points, but ultimately could not produce enough points to win. With a chance to drive the field for a winning field goal, the fourth down drop on a wide open pass thrown on target (which was rare for this game) by Fanuzzi was the nail in the coffin.

    Rice drops the game 16-14.
     

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