Season 3 Week 4

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  1. alemic

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    Idaho @ Indiana

    This one turned out to be a lot closer than anybody would of believed. The first half was all about big plays and turnovers for both teams. At halftime the score was 28-21 Indiana. It looked like on the first drive Indiana was going to pull away, only to fumble the ball into Idaho's hands to be returned for a touchdown. After a few more scores, both teams found overtime. Indiana had the ball first, only to get down to 4th and 3. A fake field goal pass would find the endzone to give Indiana a 42-35 lead that they would hold.

    Final Score

    Indiana 42 Idaho 35 (OT)

    Key Stats
    Nick Turner 23 attempts 195 yards 2 TD
    David Blackwell 5 attempts 22 yards 1 TD
    Edward Wright Baker 10-21 251 yards 2 TD 2 INT
     
  2. redwings8831

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    San Jose State was routed again by Fresno State 55-24 (or something like that). Down 31-9 at halftime, coach redwings8831 was abruptly fired. However, a call from North Texas was answered later that day and coach redwings8831 is on his way to Denton, Texas.
     
  3. alemic

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    Sigh... I guess since we just lost a few members I will let this slide. Redwings this is your last warning, no more switching teams mid season especially without talking to me first
     
  4. redwings8831

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    Well with whales leaving the WAC also, I wanted to get into a conference with more users.
     
  5. alemic

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    I hear ya, and Utah State is leaving as well, so just talk to me first from now on
     
  6. runwhileucan

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    So ya'll just gave it back to Boise. Luckily for me, I have 3 teams in my conference and my out of conference schedule can flex a lot.
     
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    Tulane 38
    SMU 17

    Tulane won its first game of the year and ended a three game losing streak. Tulane got out to an early 17-0 in the first quarter and cruised to 38-17 victory. Three Green Wave players had over 100 receiving yards. Wilson Van Hooser led the team with 153 yards receiving, DJ Banks had 115 yards, and Brent Comardelle had 106 yards receiving. The running game for Tulane is a concern though. Orleans Darkwa had 22 carries but only 73 rushing yards for a 3.3 average per carry.
     
  8. runwhileucan

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    Please post links to your games from Dynasty Wire. I can't look back on previous weeks because of bugs on the site. Please keep it up, I've finally got this figured out.
     
  9. whales30

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    We almost to week 5 yet? I am anxious to play with SMU!
     
  10. redwings8831

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    Can we advance soon? Its been nearly 72 hrs.
     
  11. whales30

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    I agree!
     
  12. runwhileucan

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    I got my Ps3 back. I'm going to go play my game, although I haven't played in almost a month.
     
  13. runwhileucan

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    We are awful on defense, but my offense didn't quit. Final score Rutgers: 66 Army: 35. I don't know if I will keep them, this god awful defense is too much for me. Steelman can't do everything, but this time he did. He finished 26-49 367 yards 4 TDs 3 Int. I will have to think this over, my recruiting is 0 and I can't take playing games when I know no matter how well I do on offense, I'm going to lose on defense. I had 2 interceptions and a pick 6, but I still couldn't help but give up 66 points.
     
  14. alemic

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    Sorry everybody we had some bad weather down here in GA (well what they consider bad weather, freezing rain) and its knocked out the internet. I tried to go online earlier, but it took me forever to log into PSN or do anything internet related honestly. I called the internet company about it, I was told in the next day or so the internet should get back on.

    @titangator
    @ThePaw

    Can one of you two advance?
     
  15. redwings8831

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    titangator left
     
  16. alemic

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    Sigh alright redwings I am sending you my info to advance
     
  17. whales30

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    Can somebody advance please!
     
  18. redwings8831

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    I tried to advance last night but it wouldn't let me sign into alemics account. Got this error.

    "You cannot sign in using another user's sign-in ID (e-mail address)."
     
  19. whales30

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    That's weird...
     
  20. runwhileucan

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    Create another account on your ps3 and use existing PSN account. If it doesn't work then send it to me and I'll update it Alemic.
     
  21. runwhileucan

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    I'd have to buy the internet access again to advance, which I am not doing.
     
  22. redwings8831

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    Ok. I got it to work. We're onto Week 5.
     

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