Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by Dru50, Aug 22, 2012.
Post em up.
Is this where I bitch about AA being to easy....I kid , I kid.
Auburn - 51
Western Michigan - 13
Did what we were supposed to do on the road, handling the Broncos with ease. Auburn better get used to the road with 6 of its first 7 games all roadies!!! Gonna be a tough gauntlet again this year for the Tigers.
Week 1 games should all be pretty easy....which was intentional.
For what it's worth, score not taken into account, I greatly preferred the feel of the game (both speed and the interactions of the players) on AA than the last 2 seasons on Heisman.
I did too. I just had to be the first to complain...you know its coming Like I said before, CPU games dont mean shit in this OD anyways. Im curious to see how the user games play with it being on AA.
Well AA did not reduce the superman INT's Maybe just the number of them
Oregon State 3
Arkansas Football Team Destroys Some Beaver
The season opened with a 62 yard Landon Collins Pick 6 ( thank you Alabama! ). Collins 2 of the 5 razorback INTS, as the first and 2nd team defenses had no problem with the OSU offense who only ran the ball on the last possession of the game, when they had completely given up.
Offensively nearly everything worked for the first team offense. Michael Robbins first start went well completing 12/16 for 258 yards and 4 TDs, while running for 52 and another TD. The backups played the entire second half as Arkansas went into the locker room 52-0.
South Carolina 37
Mississippi State 7
Bulldogs right tackle Damien Robinson was no match for future NFL star Jadeveon Clowney as the senior All American DE sacked Quarterback Dak Prescott 5 times. The good news for Prescott is it could have been 9 sacks, the bad news is, on the near misses he rushed to bad decisions, throwing 3 interceptions. Clowney should easily destroy the single season sack record for South Carolina of 10 sacks, as well as the career record of 29.
This game was never in any danger, so early in the 3rd quarter, Coach Haggard brought in the 2nd team Offense to give the younger players some game experience.
KEY SC PLAYERS
QB Dylan Thompson: 11/14 for 112 yards and 1 TD, 4 carries for 23 yards and 1 TD
RB Brandon Wilds: 20 carries for 106 yards and 1 TD
RB Mike Davis: 9 carries for 41 yard and 1 TD
DE Jadeveon Clowney: 6 tackles, 5 sacks, 1 forced fumble
UConn was undone by turnovers (they committed 4, 3 of which were in the red zone) and the inaccuracy of their QB (who only has 80 THA so that makes sense). When the Huskies stuck to the run they had success, as their HB averaged 5 yards per carry, but they fell behind early and were forced to throw. UConn QB S. McCummings only completed 9-22 passes and was picked 3 times. He was harried by the young DE's of Georgia, as sophomore Craig Davis had 2 sacks and true freshman John Patterson added 1.5. Coach Dru mentioned that both kids likely played their way into the starting lineup with their performances (both were #2 on the depth chart and were playing in the nickel/dime packages). The star of the game on the defensive side of the ball though was sophomore OLB Marcus Smith, who had 10 tackles, 3.5 sacks (all on plays where he was spying the QB and ran up to sack him prior to the QB scrambling from the pocket) and an INT.
On offense, QB Hutson Mason was accurate, completing 8 of 11 throws for 202 yards and 3 TD's, including a nice 40 yard TD to WR Malcolm Mitchell (who caught all 3 TD's) and an 85 yard pass to TE Ty Smith. HB Keith Marshall picked up where he left off last year, with 119 yards from scrimmage and 2 TD's.
Next week Ole Miss comes to town before the real games start with Miami.
Alabama used a balance attack with Chicken Enchiladas throwing the ball and Chips N'Salsa running it as the Tide beat Purdue 23-10. Enchiladas played very well throwing one touchdown pass a 42 yard hail mary pass at the end of the first half that gave the Tide a comfortable 17-3. In the second half the Tide Defense stood up to several challenges by the Boilermakers. Ole El Paso and Chicken Picadillo intercepted Robert Gregory three times, twice at or near the goal line on deep passes.
Enchiladas 14-19-256 yards 1 TD
N'Salsa 24-152 1 yards 1 TD
Corona Beers 5-113 yards 1 TD
It was a great meal, The Tide Fans had some Corona Beers ate Chips N' Salsa and then devoured their Enchiladas
Cougs - I already think I'm going to make you change the names of those guys back.....or I might change them all to "WSU Sucks-Ass".
Carl hangs out with a happy meal, and he hates your players names.
I found the Alabama Crimson Tide 2014 team picture
We look yummy
What in the hell is going on here?
Forest has lost his mind!
You're saying he had one previously?!
He went to law school so Im assuming he had one.
How do you know? Maybe he's faking all his lawyer business!
He owns an RV...
further proving my point! Only crazy people own an RV!!!
Yeah I don't know what my point was there. Only crazy people live in RV's. Lawyers take them out on the weekends only.
So does that make gowazzucougs a crazy person pretending to be a lawyer?
Yes, yes it does.
Just wait until he logs in after I get done renaming his roster tonight - I'll be taking suggestions until 10pm tonight when I get home.
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