Season 4 Week 8

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by matthew34brown, Jan 29, 2014.

  1. matthew34brown

    matthew34brown Walk On

    Jul 23, 2013
    Ohio continues to dominate the MAC

    Ohio is clicking on all cylinders. As the young backfield gains national attention one can only hope that Ohio doesn't lose focus on the real prize and that is another MAC championship. Freshman QB Mike Smith and sophomore RB Jermaine Davis are starting to gel more and more each week, Smith threw for over 400 yards in the win against the minutemen and had 4 TD's to add, while Davis had another stellar perform ace racking up over 200 yards on the ground and hitting pay dirt 3 times.
    Ohio has so much young talent from QB to CB and Brown continues to reel in top recruits, is Brown building a dynasty?

    Ohio is now 5-1 on the season and 3-0 in conference play. The Bobcats will welcome Buffalo to Athens this coming Saturday for homecoming! Go Cats!
  2. Austin1990

    Austin1990 Walk On

    Jun 13, 2012
    Well my game was anticlimactic. It was 56-0 at half with my backups playing most of the second quarter. The second half was spent trying not to score. Memphis is so bad......
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  3. hornfaninbama

    hornfaninbama GT: BulgyTexas

    Oct 21, 2009
    Wazoo Still the Same
    Utah Blasts Cougars 63-14


    Pullman, WA- It started out ugly for Washington State and got worse as the game went on. Utah scored on their first posession, scored on a strip sack on WSU's first posession, and scored the first 56 points of the game to rout the Cougars on the road.

    Utah's defense seems to be hitting their stride after some early season struggles and held their 3rd consecutive opponent under 300 total yards. Utah was strong from the jump Saturday and held WSU under 100 yards until the middle of the 3rd quarter. Hunter Dimick has been unblockable the last 2 games and has racked up 7 sacks total the last 2 weeks. Washington State was held scoreless until the second team defense entered the game in the 4th. It helped that WSU got one dimensional early, and attempted 54 passes and only 7 running plays.

    Brandon Cox has shown he has the ability to be an elite QB in the Pac-12 and played mistake free football for the second week in a row. Cox finished 15/19 for 164 yards and 2 TD's and ran for another TD and 67 yards. The story of the game was the rushing attack. True freshman Lui Silva, grabbed his first four carries of the season and managed 69 yards on them. He displayed power and speed that the recruiting services thought he would lack at the next level. Trucking several defenders and flashing enough speed to break away from some as well. Troy McCormick continues to be the bell cow and totalled 132 yards and a score on just 15 carries, and Richard Lee also topped the 100 yard mark with 102 yards and 2 scores.

    Next week will be a big week for Utah as they take on Cal in Salt Lake City, with several recruits in attendance. Saturday also marked the first time Utah has taken the field as a top 25 team in the past 2 and a half seasons.

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