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Season 4 Week 10 Results
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#1 Colorado 49
Kansas did a little soul searching this week and decided the only way to slow down Amir Anderson was to bring the blitz. On every down. So that's what they did....and while they got some sacks and 1 pick, it didn't work. Anderson threw for 326 yards and 3 score while also scoring once on the ground. The Buffs held the Jayhawk offense to under 175 yards and returned one interception for a score.
#10 Texas A&M 35
#3 Oklahoma 24
Undefeated OU rolled into Kyle field looking to stay perfect but the Aggies were ready to send them out of town with an lose. Afte OU struck first with a TD on their opening possesion TAMU fired back with 21 unanswered pts. OU was able to put another TD on the board just before halftime to make it 21-14 at the break. A&M started the 3rd with another TD drive, but OU responded with a pick 6 and a FG to close out the 3rd to pull with in 4 at 28-24. The TAMU defense which has stepped up every game in the 4th once again held OU scorless in the 4th with the Aggie offense able to punch in 1 more TD in the 4th to send the sooners packing.
#20 Clemson 59
RB Andre Ellington lead the way with 160+ rushing yards and two TD's in 2.5 quarters of play as Clemson rolled over the Blue Devils. The second team offense and defense got 1.5 quarters wort of work.
IU took its foot off the accelerator halfway through the second quarter and coasted to a 49-7 (ish) victory over the Minnesota Golden Rodents.
QB Charles Love was on fire throwing deep, recording 350+ passing yards on only 13 attempts. The IU offense lived by the mantra "Pass to lead; Run to win," running for more than 75% of its 225+ rushing yards in the 2H. Darius Willis and Zack Davis-Walker both slugged it out for close to 6 yards a carry.
IU has won six straight (the lone loss of the season coming to the Top 10-ranked Gamecocks of South Carolina), has defeated four Top 25-ranked teams (including Clemson and the Wolverines of Meeeechigan at the "Big" House), and is tied with Wisconsin for first in the Big 10. Unfortunately, the Hoosiers and the Badgers don't match up this year, so whoever loses first comes in second, and since Indiana's three remaining Big 10 opponents have combined for 9 wins (with the woeful Purdue Fightin' Farmers having two and an underwhelming Penn State *with three non-conference wins over 1-AA and MAC teams and a loss to freaking Temple) accounting for five), we should be heading to a tie unless Bucky loses one it shouldn't.
While IU is too focused to not get caught looking ahead, the Week 14 Showdown with Dakota's Colorado Buffs looms on the calendar as one very significant for the overall Bowl picture.
Ole Miss: 38 Florida: 31
Very exciting game as RB Earnest Fox returned to the last drive to score the go ahead TD with a few seconds on the clock. He finished with 23 rushes for 120 yards and 2 tds. Backup RB Richard Scott had 23 rashes for 110 yards as well.
#17 Oregon 28
A hard fought battle in Pasadena saw the #17 Ducks get knocked off by a scrappy UCLA squad that saw its starting RB Rodney Stewart join every other offensive skill position starter on the sick bay commando list. He joins starting qb, wr and dt on the list of players out for the remainder. Junior Damien Thigpen stepped up after the injury with 20 rushes for 135 yds and a pair of rushing TD's.
2 points separated the teams at the half when Bruin return man Jerry Johnson housed the 2nd half kickoff. The Bruins never looked back and the Ducks decided to abandon the passing game that was seemingly unstoppable. Coach PH would like it to be known that the Bruins' defense dropped 6, yes count 'em, 6 interceptions.
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