Season 3 Game Summaries

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  1. bravejaf

    bravejaf Walk On

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    Ohio State 49
    Oregon State 46

    The defense is terrible so games against Texas and Penn State should be fun. Oregon State QB Ryan Katz had 512 yards passing and just barely edged Ohio State QB Larry Walters in that stat. The Buckeyes redshirt freshman was still might impressive in his debut completing 23 of 29 attempts for 509 yards. He did not throw a pick but did take a beating in the pocket, getting sacked 7 times. The Buckeyes had 3 receivers with over 100 yards receiving in this game. Chris Fields led the way with 130 and 2 TD, while tight end Jake Stoneburner had 110 and 2 TD. Newcomer junior college transfer Demario Breedlove caught the other TD pass and finished with 102 yards receiving.

    The good:
    + Larry Walters and the passing game racking up 500+ yards
    + Receivers able to get separation and make some big plays, especially Fields

    The bad
    - Pass defense was atrocious and the coaches will be working on a new gameplan
    - Running game was ineffective as Berry had 21 carries for just 45 yards
     
  2. Ceewo

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    ND 34
    Purdue 20

    Notre Dame came out very flat in my first game. Purdue scored 13 points in the first 4 minutes of the game. The Boiler defense held my offense to 3 points through the games first 14 minutes, before we scored a pair of TD's within the last 2 minutes of the half. QB Crist had a nice game completing 19/32 362 yards and 3TD. HB Jonas Gray led the way on the ground with 99 yards and a TD. Manti Teo led the D with 7 tackles, 4TFL, and a sack. It was nice to get the win in my first game with the Irish. Hopefully things will go a little better next game as I learn more about my team.
     
  3. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    Nebraska 35​
    Southern Miss 7

    The Huskers came out strong this season with a dominating road win at Southern Miss. The Huskers defense held the Golden Eagles scoreless until the final minutes, and held them to just over 200 yards of total offense, most of those through the air. The defense also forced 3 turnovers, 2INTs and 1 fumble. The offense was extremely effective with QBs Cody Green and Taylor Martinez splitting time running the newly implemented Ohio pistol offense. Both QBs were efficient through the air and on the ground, with starting QB Cody Green getting 4 total TDs. HB Dontrayevos Robinson was solid in his starting debut after producing well in the backup role last year. There were times the defense allowed Southern Miss to move the ball through the air, but in the end they held USM QB Chris Campbell to 11/21 passing for 155 yards, 0TDs and 2INTs.​

    The game was over at halftime, as Nebraska scored on all 4 possessions in the first half, dominating T.O.P. with an extremely efficient running game that racked up 286 yards rushing on the day. They went into the break up 28-0 and coasted the entire second half, mostly chewing the clock and running the ball. Other than a couple bad pitches by Green, the option worked well, especially in the hands of Martinez.​

    For Nebraska, Cody Green went 9/14 for 95 yards and 2TDs through the air, with 16 carries for 87 yards and 2TDs on the ground. Taylor Martinez was 5/7 for 119 yards and a TD, and had 11 carries for 65 yards. Dontrayevos Robinson had 18 carries for 111 yards, and backup Brandon Heard had 3 rushes for 23 yards. TE Chase Harper led the receivers with 4 catches for 88 yards and a TD, and Khiry Cooper had 3 receptions for 45 yards and a TD. Kyler Reed had 3 catches for 26 yards, and Antonio Bell had 2 catches for 20 yards with a TD.​

    As for Southern Miss, QB Chris Campbell was 11/21 for 155 yards with 2INTs. Tracey Lampley led the rushing attack with 12 carries for 28 yards and a TD. Markese Triplett had 5 catches for 55 yards, and Quentin Pierce had 4 receptions for 91 yards.​
     
  4. vBIG SLICKv

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    #4 Texas 42
    #19 Boise State 6

    The score looks like more of a blowout then it was. Texas offense struggled to get into a rythm all game. The defense played well only allowing Bosie State to score on their opening drive. After ending the 1st qtr up 7-6, Boise missed their extra point, the Longhorns defense shut them down and the offense outscored them 35-0 over the next 3 qtrs.

    Offensively the Horns' QB Gilbert who is looking to follow up his over 4,000yrd passing season last year struggled only passing for 194 yrds 2 tds and 1 int. JR-RS RB Whaley who flirted with going pro last year, but decided to stay, had a solid game with 24 car for 107 yrds and 2 tds. The question mark for the Longhorns on offense is who will step up to replace Heisman Trophy winner WR Malcolm Williams. SOPH-RS WR Chris Jones filled the spot with 5 catches for 102 yrds and 1 td.

    Defensively the Horns' played very well against the high powered offense of Bosie State. With a young secondary the Horns' was a bend but don't break defense giving up 350yrds offense but only 6 pts. Texas had 3 sacks and 2 ints in the game.

    The starters were able to rest the entire 4th qtr as the Horns' future QB Wood was able to see some action going 4 of 4 passing for 65 yrds and 1 td.
     
  5. gowazzucougs

    gowazzucougs WSU is better than UCLA

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    WSU 42
    Army 18

    The Cougars after a slow start with QB Jeff Tuel being intercepted on his second pass of the game, got rolling, the Cougar offense and defense started flexing their muscle. After the Cadets scored off the interception, the Cougars scored 28 unanswered points, to take a commanding 28-6 lead. Army was able to get a touchdown before half, but failed on the two point conversion. The Cougars with over a minute to go in the half marched the ball right back down the field and scored with seconds remaining before halftime to take a commanding 35-12 lead. In the second half the Cougars maintained their 23 point lead with a Jeff Tuel touchdown pass to Marquess Wilson. Overall, this was a good opening win for the Cougars who look to go 2-0 against UNLV.
     
  6. Hokie Effect

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    Penn State- 42
    Notre Dame- 13

    Penn State's offense could do no wrong as they score on every possesion and convert 8/8 3rd downs. The Nittany Lions rushing attack was dominant as usual with close to 300yds 5TD on the ground and the passing game was effecient 13/16 193yds TD. Notre Dame had to settle for FG's early and abandoned the running game in an attempt to play catch up. GG Cewo and GL to ya the rest of the way....
     
  7. Ceewo

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    This could be a long year. The Irish D literally escorted the Penn State Offense to the endzone all day long.
     
  8. bravejaf

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    Don't worry too much about it, that happens to everyone who plays against Penn State
     
  9. Vandermint

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    Week 2: UNC 38, Georgia Tech 33

    Before coming to North Carolina, Butch Davis had been mentored by Jimmy Johnson and rose to head coach for both the Miami Hurricanes and the Cleveland Browns. Coach Vandermint, by contrast, was hired to succeed Davis with little more experience than as a center and linebacker on several intramural teams at Carolina back in the mid 90s. Nonetheless, the Tar Heels began their 2012 season on a winning note with a 38-33 win over Georgia Tech's hated option attack that wasn't secured until the final hail mary was batted out of the endzone. (See highlight)

    Coming into the game Coach Vandermint had vowed to run a lot of 3-WR sets, in fact claiming that his playbook would be one of the nation's leaders in featuring offensive plays involving three wideouts. And it's no surprise--Carolina is led by solid JR QB Bryn Renner and three senior receivers. And the veteran crew lived up to expectations: Renner shook off an early interception to dominate Georgia Tech all day, going 18-27 for 354 yards and 3 TDs. Top target Erik Highsmith caught 6 balls for 134 yards while his running mates Joshua Adams and Jheranie Boyd combined for 8 catches, more than a hundred yards, and one TD.

    So far so good on the passing front. The running game was less outstanding yet still solid. Unfortunately for the Heels, JR tailback Giovanni Bernard was injured in the 3rd quarter and trainers expect him to miss a couple game. Bernard is by far the most talented RB on the Tar Heel roster, but Matt Walker filled in admirably down the stretch. However, Coach Vandermint said all the backup RBs will get a look in practice this week.

    Defensively, things were bleaker for the Heels. Georgia Tech rushed the ball well out of their option attack, frequently gouging the Tar Heels for big plays although suffering some negative ones as well. But the passing game was another story. Perhaps it was due to concerns over shutting down that running game, but when the Jackets did pass they almost always made a big play. QB Tevin Washington not only led his team in rushing with 75 yards but brutalized a young Tar Heel secondary for 358 yards while going 16-19.

    Coach Vandermint said afterwards, "There's not much we can do at this point but go with who we've got and try to get better every week. Our secondary is young and will have to outgrow their talent if we expect to compete with the major powers. We'll have to be more conservative going into the tilt with Nebraska."

    One big defensive bright spot: true freshman linebacker Demetrius Huff led the team with 10 tackles, including 3 for a loss. Not a heralded recruit, Huff's emergence in his first game was a pleasant surprise.

    Finally, it bears mentioning that the difference in the game really came down to the kickers. Georgia Tech missed a pair of XPs and a short FG. Add that up and it's five points they desperately needed in the end.

    Next week for the Heels is #24 Nebraska.
     
  10. bravejaf

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    Hell of a write-up Vandermint. That was a very good read.
     
  11. Vandermint

    Vandermint Walk On

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    Thanks! They probably won't all be that long but I wanted to make a good first impression.
     
  12. SodaAddict

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    My week 1 game was against San Jose State... and oddly, they kept it pretty close. I got pretty worried even in the 2nd half. I got 2 big late touchdown runs that put it away and made it look worse than it really was. I think I ended up winning by about 19, but I'm not 100% sure. I can give more details about the game if you guys would like, but I figured a game against San Jose State was probably not going to be at the forefront of anyone's mind come year-end. :)
     
  13. bravejaf

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    That was a nice highlight on the Hail Mary too. Looks like GT had a few players near the ball but couldn't get a handle on it.
     
  14. vBIG SLICKv

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    Great write up Vandermint :thumbsup:
     
  15. gowazzucougs

    gowazzucougs WSU is better than UCLA

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    WSU 24
    UNLV 3

    After last week's strong performance by the offense, the Cougars' offense took major steps back this week as the Cougars had trouble moving the ball against UNLV. All game the offense was very choppy with Jeff Tuel not having much time to pass. Tuel was sacked only once, but he was constantly being hit as he threw the ball. The Cougars were able to run the ball with Devontae Butler, 16 carries 55 yards, but there were very few long drives. The key to WSU's victory was UNLV's inability to hold on to the ball. The Runnin Rebels had five turnovers, four fumbles and one interception. The big turnover was Cougar cornerback, Nolan Washington, intercepting a Runnin Rebels pass and taking it 82 yards to the end zone making the score 10-0.
    In the second half the Cougars opened with the ball and drove the ball down the field and scored on a QB Jeff Tuel to Devontae Butler 19 yard touchdown pass making the score 17-3, giving the Cougars breathing room. Devontae Butler scored on a five yard early in the fourth quarter making it 24-3. A side note, after last week's game, I thought Army's kicker, was the worst kicker in the nation, after missing an extra point badly, but he has competition with the Runnin Rebels kicker who miss two of three fields, and the two field goals he missed were not even close in terms of accuracy.
     
  16. gowazzucougs

    gowazzucougs WSU is better than UCLA

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    Vandermint, I have a question, did former Coach Davis get fired because he was a runner for an agent, or was actually an agent himself? ;)
     
  17. Bl0ndeRedHead

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    Nebraska gets GW FG as time expires to cap a marvelous comeback
    Saturday was a day of big plays for the Huskers. Both positive and negative, this was an entertaining matchup that had huge momentum swinging plays throughout, and was settled with a field goal as time expired in a heart pounding victory for the #24 Nebraska Cornhuskers (2-0), and a heart breaking loss for the Tennessee Volunteers (1-1).​
    After allowing a 62 yard touchdown pass by Tennessee on the first possession, Nebraska QB Cody Green came out on fire, taking an option run and cutting upfield on a dime past two defenders for a 71 yard touchdown run, untouched. Nebraska would add a field goal at the end of the quarter to go up 10-7 after the first. In the second quarter, Tennessee absolutely dominated on both sides of the ball. Getting the ball with a few seconds left in the first, the Volunteers were able to make their next drive last over half of a quarter before pounding it in from a yard out to take the lead. On Nebraska's next play, QB Taylor Martinez fumbled the football on a QB keeper, and Tennessee recovered it in the Nebraska red zone, leading to a quick touchdown, and before you knew it Tennessee was up 21-10. Nebraska was able to counter quickly with a 79 yard touchdown rush by HB Dontrayevos Robinson, but the defense allowed a 42 yard touchdown rush by Tennessee HB Rajion Neal as time expired in the half, letting the Volunteers extend the lead to 28-17 at the break.​
    Nebraska's defense came out on fire in the second half, and even though Cody Green fumbled the ball falling into the Tennessee end zone on the first possession, and threw a bad interception on the next possession, the defense stood strong and held the Volunteers to a single field goal in the second half, and even that came off a Taylor Martinez fumble in their own territory. However, that field goal gave Tennessee a 31-20 lead with 6:06 left in the game, and Nebraska had some work to do. After starter Cody Green separated his shoulder, it was up to Martinez to lead the Huskers to victory. The first drive saw Nebraska get inside the Tennessee 5 yard line, but penalties and sacks made the Huskers kick a field goal. After a defensive stop, Nebraska converted two key third down plays and a fourth down before Martinez found freshman receiver A.J. Watson for a 15 yard touchdown, and the 2-pt conversion was successful to tie the game at 31-31.​

    With just over 3:00 left, Tennessee had plenty of time to march down field for a game winning opportunity. Instead, QB Marty Pitts threw an interception after being hit as he released the ball, and Nebraska had the ball at the Tennessee 40 yard line with 2:00 left. After a couple big runs and a short pass to get to the 2, Nebraska called on the kicking team with time expiring. The kick was easy, basically an extra point, and it split the uprights as time expired. Nebraska 34, Tennessee 31.​













    TEAM LEADERS:

    Passing:
    NEB-C. Green 10/13 168Yds INT, T. Martinez 7/13 74Yds TD
    TEN-M. Pitts 14/22 178Yds 3TD INT, T. Bray 3/5 53Yds INT

    Rushing:
    NEB-D. Robinson 12Car 149Yds TD, C. Green 14Car 83Yds TD, T. Martinez 7Car 27Yds
    TEN-R.Neal 25Car 115Yds TD, T. Williams 2Car 45Yds

    Receiving:
    NEB-K. Cooper 4Rec 80Yds, A. Watson 2Rec 28Yds TD, 7 Players with 2+ Rec
    TEN-T. Meline 7Rec 95Yds, M. Teague 2Rec 69Yds TD, R. Buckley 2Rec 26Yds TD

    Defense:
    NEB-B. Steinkuhler 7Tak, K. Gaither 6Tak INT, D. Morgan 6Tak FF, W. Compton 5Tak FF
    TEN-W. Bohannon 9Tak 3Sk FF, D. Myles 7Tak FF, J. Jackson 2Tak INT

    Kicking:
    NEB-B. Key 4/4 44Long
    TEN-J. Rhodes 1/1 21Long
     
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  18. bravejaf

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    Nice win by Cornhuskers and very nice summary
     
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    #3 Texas 28
    UCLA 19

    Texas relies heavily on the running game to get the win. RB Whaley had 34 carries for 260yrds and 3 tds. QB Giblert struggled against the Bruin defense.
     
  20. Ceewo

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    #21 Utah 42
    #17 Notre Dame 48

    An offensive explosion erupted in South Bend today. Utah and Notre Dame combined to put up almost 1200 yards of total offense. Dayne Crist and J.Wynn each had over 500 passing yards. The Irish managed to hold at least a 2 score lead most of the way and felt confident in the ability to hold the lead. That will be the last time I shut the offense down early. Utah put together an amazing 4th quarter comback and damn near pulled out the win. Utah pulled to within 6 points with 53 seconds left in the 4th. They tried the onside kick and failed. They still had all 3 timeouts. Norte Dame tried to just run out the clock and force Utah to use their timeouts. That strategy went out the window when HB Jonas Gray fumbled away the ball giving Utah one last chance. Utah had 30 seconds to go 80 yards and one timeout in their pocket. Wynn easily moved the Utes into scoring position. He completed a pass to the ND 1 yard line and used the only timeout with 3 seconds left. One play was going to decide this one. Wynn had a guy wide open on the slant, but over threw him. Notre Dame luckily holds on to win a tight game.

    Next week we welcome rival Stanford to South Bend.

    Key Stats:
    QB Dayne Crist 23/34 526 yards 4TD 1INT
    HB 24 rushes 81 yards 2TD
    WR Shaquelle Evans 6 receptions 220 yards 2TD
    WR Brandon Jackson 6 receptions 100 yards 1 TD
    WR Dion Walker 5 receptions 98 yards 1 TD
    WR Tailer Jones 5 receptions 87 yards
    FS J.Slaughter 10 tackles, 2TFL
    SS Desi Fenton 1st career INT
     
  21. Hokie Effect

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    Penn State- 59
    Boise State- 14

    The Nittany Lions continue to dominate their competition as they jumped to a 42-7 halftime lead, thanks to 4 early Bronco turnovers. Redd ran for 136yds 1 TD, McGloin threw for 252yds TD. The defense also recorded 5 sacks. The Nittany Lions head into a bye week before they begine league play.
     
  22. gowazzucougs

    gowazzucougs WSU is better than UCLA

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    WSU 31
    Clemson 28

    The Washington State Cougars went into Death Valley and shocked the #8 Clemson Tigers. The player of the game Cougar QB Jeff Tuel went 25-40 315 yards, 3 TDs. His main target was Robert Jiles who caught10 balls for 150 yards and 1 TD, in addition he had 1 carry for 27 yards. The defense played an outstanding job holding the Tigers offense to settle for field goals instead of touchdowns, three times did the Tigers kick field goals inside the Cougar 10, two were made, one was missed. The important quarter was the third quarter as the Cougs scored on the opening drive, and the Cougar T. Hayward recovering a fumble on the Tigers opening drive of the second half. The Cougs went down the field and scored a touchdown making the score 24-13. However, the Tigers would fight back scoring on ther next possession making the score 24-20.

    The Cougs would respond in the fourth quarter, facing a fourth and nine, and out of field goal range QB Jeff Tuel hit R. Jiles for a 32 yard touchdown pass making the score 31-20. Clemson would respond with a 57 yard TD run, and got the two point conversion making the score 31-28. Clemson would get the ball back, but DE Jerry Bruner would intercept the Clemson pass for the victory.


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  23. bravejaf

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    Ceewo, that sounds like my first game against Oregon State. Think the OSU matchup had like 1300 total yards offense.

    Anyways onto my week 3 game.

    Ohio State quarterback Larry Walters had a tough challenge ahead of him. He had to face off against Texas, in Austin. Walters isn't just any redshirt freshman and he proved to be ready for this challenge. The game started off with Texas marching down the field and punching in a touchdown on their first drive. For the rest of the first half the Ohio State defense gave Texas fits. The Long Horns did not score again in the first half and gave up an interception TD. The pick sic TD was grabbed by linebacker Storm Klein and he ran 93 yards for the TD. On the offensive side Walters had a 16-yard TD pass to Fields and Ohio State entered half with a 17-7 lead. (corrected halftime score :))

    Garrett Gilbert apparently talked to the ghost of Vince Lombardi at halftime. He was unstoppable in the second half and the OSU secondary was no match for the Texas passing attack. Gilbert passed 3 second half touchdowns and finished with 479 yards passing. Ohio State was able to keep pace with the high powered Texas attack and Larry Walters was a big reason. The key play came in the fourth quarter. Texas scored a touchdown to cut the lead to 3. On the next play from scrimmage Walters hit Fields for an 80 yard TD. In total Walters finished 14-19 with 307 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Ohio State run game also outplayed the Texas run game. Berry finished with 80 yards rushing while Whaley had just 19 yards.

    Next up for Ohio State is a return home to the Shoe. The Buckeyes take on the Florida State Seminoles.

    Ohio State 38
    Texas 35

    Offensive Player of the Game: Larry Walters 14-19 307 3 TD/0 INT and Chris Fields 4 receptions 153 yards 2 TD

    Defensive Player of the Game: Storm Klein 6 tackles 1 interception 1 TD
     
  24. Dru50

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    Florida St beats conference opponent Boston College 55-28 at Tallahassee in Coach Dru's debut.

    The offense was balanced, with over 200 yards rushing and passing. The defense is a concern, as the only time they seemed to be able to slow down BC was when they got a turnover.

    Offensive player of the game - HB Chris Thompson, 31 carries, 178 yards, 2 TD

    Defensive player of the game - CB Greg Reid, 1 INT, 1 FR, 1 Defensive TD
     
  25. vBIG SLICKv

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    Week 3 game:

    #6 Ohio State 38
    #3 Texas 35

    Ohio State QB Larry Walters carved up Texas' young secondary like a surgeon. QB Walters only had 5 incompletions on his way to 307 yrds and 3 TDs. The Texas secondary that starts 2 true freshman and 1 sophomore got a lesson in precision passing.

    On the offensive side of the ball Texas QB Gibert was on his back more than a $50 hooker on half price night getting sacked 4 times. Texas was able to take the opening kickoff down the field and score at TD but this would be their last points of the 1st half. Looking back Coach Slick admits that Texas abandoned the run too quickly and relied too heavily on the passing game. With QB Garrett struggling in the 1st half to stay on his feet The Horns' should have been feeding the 6'3 250lbs RB Whaley to pound on the buckeyes defense. Despite struggling the Longhorns were driving halfway through the 2nd qtr to try and score a TD to grab the lead back at 14-10. However, QB Gilbert threw his only pick of the day that was returned for 93yrds for TD. This turned the momentum into The Buckeyes favor as they took the half-time lead 17-7, not 17-3 has reported in the Ohio State Newspapers.
    After a spirited talk in the locker room from Coach Big Slick and threatening to bench QB Gilbert the offense turned things around in the 2nd half. Both teams were only able to score 7pts each in the 3rd qtr to go into the 4th with Texas down 24-14. OSU scored first in the 4th to stretch the lead to 31-14 and seemingly close out the game. However, QB Gilbert for fear of losing his starting job to Soph-RS QB Connor Wood came firing back with 2 TDs to bring the Horns with 3 pts at 31-28 with 3:27 minutes left in the game. It was now up to the Horns' defense to make a stop. The young secondary FAILED MISERABLEY allowing a 80yrd pass down the sideline on the first play for a TD to push OSU back up by 10pts to 38-28. Texas scored one final TD with 1:49 left. OSU was able to run out the clock to win the game in Austing 38-35.
    OSU QB Walters played a terrific game as his receivers were running around the horns' secondary free. OSU RB Jamal Berry also gets a lot of credit. He didn't put up big numbers but Texas struggled tackling him all day as he had cruicial runs for first downs to keep the chains moving.

    Texas offensive player of the game: QB Garrett Gilbert 32-47 479yrds 3 tds 1 int
    Texas deffensive player of the game: NO ONE!!!!
     

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