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SR RB Marcus Coker returns from injury with an explosive game, rushing for 196 yards on 14 carries.#13 IOWA: 56IOWA STATE: 27The #13 Iowa Hawkeyes 1-0 (0-0) jumped to a impressive start on the 2014 season. SR RB Marcus Coker is glad to be back for his senior season. He carried the ball 14 times for 196 yards with 2 TD's. RSSO Quentin Stratton also saw significant action as he rushed for 128 yards on 12 carries with 2 TD's. SR QB AJ Derby and JR Chuck Stephens split time as Derby completed 13 of 23 passes for 210 yards with 3 TD's while Chuck Stephens completed 4 of 5 for 106 yards with a TD. SR wideout Kevonte Martin-Manley passed on the draft to come back for his senior season, in his final game against the clones he caught 6 passes for 110 yards with 2 TD's.The Hawkeye defense struggled in the first half but buckled down and held ISU to 0 in the second half. MLB Phillip Robinson tallied 14 tackles while CB BJ Lowery got his first 2 picks of the season. SR LB Jim Poggi also had an impressive game with 8 tackles and 1 interception.The #13 Iowa Hawkeyes 1-0 (0-0) will prepare for their 2 game series with the SEC as they will play Florida and Alabama in weeks 2 and 3.
Starting off with a BangTigers down Kent State in season openerHB Rashad Calhoun breaks free for a TD.
The Missouri Tigers ended last season on a high by winning the Holiday Bowl. Now they start off this season carrying that momentum. With the new offense implemented, the Tigers produced 42 offensive points and Quarterback Tyler Gabbert started to gel with his new receivers. Tight End Aaron Williams caught 7 passes for 138 yards and 2 TDs. The Missouri run game was a mixed bag today. Nobody carried the ball more than 9 times, but 5 guys received carries on the afternoon. The run game produced 144 yards on 30 carries. Gabbert would end the afternoon with over 300 yards passing and 3 TDs. Defensively for the Tigers, LB Chris Temple had 8 tackles, 1 sack, 1 interception and 1 TD. It was a good start against a weaker opponent, but the true test comes in the next few weeks with LSU and Kentucky.
Goliath slays David in Death ValleyLSU walks off with a 34-10 victory over Boise State. Boise State was denied down in Death Valley as they weren't able to upset the #2 LSU Tigers. Boise probably could have made it a game but they couldn't keep the ball in their possession. The Tigers simply made more plays on the Broncos. Bone-jarring hits and vicious strips accompanied by an interception would give the Tiger defense 5 takeaways on the day. FS Eric Reid was the player of the game with 4 tackles, 1 interception and 2 forced fumbles. Our kicker notched his first 2 field goals of the year with a long of 37.Make no mistake about it, with Zack Lee leaving, the talk was about (RS)Junior Chaz Doyle and his debut. He was very impressive and only threw one mistake which was a bad throw and placement. Other than that, this kid has skills. If he can stay healthy, he will do big things this year. Doyle finished 11-20 for 258 yards and 2 touchdowns with the 1 interception. Aaron Dobszkinski and Orlando Eaton both got some clock. Spencer Ware had 11 carries for 71 yards and 1 touchdown while Jakhari Gore, who made the start only mustered 25 yards on 10 carries but got a touchdown. Kadron Boone hauled in 5 catches for 113 yards and 1 touchdown and his amigo Tharold Simon caught 3 passes for 89 yards and a score.
Adrian Coxson takes it to the House for the Gator win.FLORIDA 19 MIAMI 14Coach sdid wanted revenge. The Gators were embarrassed and beat down by the Hurricanes last season in the Swamp. The Hurricanes and all everything TE McDougal won a close one last season and sent the Gators season spiraling down the drain. This season the #25 Gators upend the #6 Hurricanes in a 4 quarter war.The Gators won despite 3 interceptions thrown by there new starter Hall. He was very inaccurate and the crowd noise and pressure go to him. He was knocked out of a drive when the Gators were down one 14-13. In comes backup Underwood 1 pass 1 TD to Adrian Coxson who caught a slant and took it in for the score. The Gators were able to hold on defense forcing a punt with a little over 2:00 left and Mack Brown and a big third down pass to Dunkley iced the game.
Wildcats Open 2014 with a WinFor Kentucky, it doesn't get much better than beating rival UL in LouisvilleThe Jermaine Bailey era has begun for the Wildcats, rushing for 103 yards and two scores. UK|21|13|7|10||51UL|7|7|0|7||21 Terrance Davis 11-15 215 yards 2 TDs INT, 12 att 30 yards TDJermaine Bailey 25 att 103 yards 2 TDsNick Bowser 3 rec 20 yardsGlenn Johnson 3 rec 126 yards TDBlake Jacobs rec 35 yards TDChris Jones 10 tackles 6 TFLBuster Dunn 2 tackles 2 INTs
Tiger Eat Tiger WorldBaton Rouge is buzzing following a 27-14 win over Missouri.The Bayou Bengals would travel to Faurot Field to take on Coach @B0BJR0526 and his Missouri Tigers. We practiced hard all week and prepared our troops to go to battle. We knew Coach Ricky Bobby was no slouch and would have his kids ready to play.After both offenses exchanged the ball, LSU would get things started with a 4 yard rushing touchdown by Spencer Ware. Spencer retained his starting job back from Jakhari Gore this week in practice. It would be all Tigers in the 1st half, LSU Tigers that is, as we scored twice more. Kadron Boone would grab a touchdown before being injured for the rest of the game and Joseph Stewart, a key component to this team knocked in 3 to end the half. Mizzou would come out smoking the 2nd half marching down the field to get on the board, 17-7. LSU's Chaz Doyle knew what he had to do. That was, answer back and quickly. He did just that with a 51 yard strike that zinged past 2 Mizzou defenders into Tharold Simon's hands. LSU would notch another field after that to go up 27-7. Missouri, not giving up, would get another score on the board and the game would end 27-14.All in all, a good win against a good coach. We'll take it. Tough games ahead and this one gave us some things to learn from whether it be positive or negative. Chaz Doyle looks to be legit, going 13-18 for 234 yards and 2 touchdowns with 0 interceptions. Spencer Ware ran for 123 yards on 18 carries with 1 touchdown. Tharold Simon would lead the way with 4 receptions for 105 yards and 1 touchdown. Kadron only played 2 quarters but grabbed 4 receptions for 57 yards and 1 touchdown. The defense would come up big again forcing 4 turnovers, 3 interceptions and 1 fumble. Preseason SEC 1st team All-American Tyrann Mathieu would get his 2nd pick of the year along with Eric Reid and Jerome Rhoden.GG Ricky Bobby
Alabama gets bragging rights for a year as they crush rival Ole Miss.
Tuscaloosa- The Alabama Crimson Tide get off on the right foot with a convincing win over rival Ole Miss. The Bama defense looked sharp as they held the Rebels to just 46yds on the ground and 138yds total. Newly named starting QB Phil Simms completed 16 of his 19 attempts for 274yds and 4 td passes; all in the first half. Bama ran the ball by comittee, gaining 121yds on the day. Next up, the Tide step out of conference to tackle the Hawkeyes of Iowa.
Final: 35-7 Bama
Florida 24 Iowa 21
The Florida Gators were able to make enough big plays to hold off the Iowa hawkeyes. Florida won despite turning the ball over four times to Iowa's 1. On Florida's lone forced turnover, they gave it right back as Jason Simmons would fumble his interception return. Florida leaned on its running game more than any other game in Coach Sdid's tenure. Mack Brown was able to rush for 105 yards on 21 carries and a score. True Sophomore QB Hall threw 3 picks but connected on 2 huge TD passes to TE Hill and Wr Quinton Dunbar. DUnbar would catch a deep ball break a tackle and sprint the rest of the way for a TD. TE Hill would catch a similar pass and sprint to the endzone. The Gators were able to get a late stop up 3 with a tad over 5:00 to go. Mack Brown and the Gator OLine would go to work gaining first downs and milking the clock to 0's for the victory.
Coach Sdid: "This was a team win. No one person really stood out more than the other. We beat a well coached team that will win 10 or 11 games this year. Good Luck to the Hawkeyes going forward."
TRIPLE THREAT!College Station is buzzing following the performances of their 3 senior RBs
Senior RB Ben Malena celebrates after a long TD run. Malena finished with 118 yards and 3 TD on the dayTexas A&M Aggies: 63SMU Mustangs: 28Dallas, TX - The Texas A&M Aggies made a statement on Saturday, showing off their depth at the running back position and their strength on the offensive line. All three senior running backs saw significant playing time in the game, contributing 314 yards and 7 TDs on the day. DJ Jones got the start, however split carries for most of the first half with speedy backup Ben Malena. In his only half of play, D. Jones was able to rumble for 107 yards and 2 TDs. Ben Malena had a much slower start, but was able to break free early in the 4th quarter for a 76 yard scamper to make it 3 scores on the day. 3rd Stringer Mister Jones didn't get his first touch until just under 6 minutes in the 4th quarter, which led to a 5 yard TD run. After a quick breather where Ben Malena filled in a broke free, M. Jones was able to break a tackle and find a running lane himself, adding a 41 yard rushing TD with 2 minutes to go in the game.QB Jamiell Showers looked great in his second career season opener, going 18-24 for 305 yards, 2 TD and 1 INT. Showers also added another 47 yards on the ground as the Aggies pummeled the SMU Mustangs with 667 yards of total offense. True Freshman TE Gerald McNeil had a solid day, pulling in 3 catches for 61 yards and a score, while the leading receiver from last season, Brandon Robinson, added 4 catches of his own and the other receiving TD.SMU was able to expose some Aggie weaknesses on defense, throwing for 443 yards and 4 TDs in their well-known Run and Shoot offense. The Mustangs had 2 WRs hit the 100+ yard mark. QB Andy Taylor had the only blemish with 1 int on the day, however his ability to find guys in the drag and slant routes will make SMU a fierce contender this season in the C-USA conference.Notable Stats:Aggie Passing: 18-24, 305 yards, 2 TD, 1 INTMustang Passing: 35-58, 443 yards, 4 TD, 1 INTAggie RBs: 33 att, 307 yards, 7 TDMustang Team: 6 att, 10 yardsAggie Offensive Line: 9 pancakes, 0 sacks allowedMustang Offensive Line: 0 pancakes, 3 sacks allowedWR Brandon Robinson pulls in a TD pass in the 3rd Quarter6'7" True Freshman TE Gerald McNeil led the team with 61 yards receiving and a TD
OHIO STATE AND HYDE RUN OVER NORTHERN ILLINOIS
Northern Illinois LB Mike Hellams (#58) struggles to tackle Carlos Hyde on this 3 yard TD run.COLUMBUS, Oh --Ohio State moves to 3-0 with an easy victory over Northern Illinois, 45 - 6. The OSU Offensive line controlled the game allowing senior running back Carlos Hyde to run for 224 yards and 4 touchdowns while backup RB Kevin Stratton added 61 on 7 carries. The defense also played well holding NI to 6 points including causing 3 turnovers.
Up next - Huge game at #6 Virginia Tech.
By A Razor's EdgeDavis and the Wildcats are relieved after a near mishap against Nebraska Macklin's interception with under 1:00 seals the victory for the Cats.Highlights and PhotosFast forward to the 4th quarter with Kentucky down 8 on Nebraska's 17 yard line and Terrance Davis hit WR Foster for the TD but the 2 point conversion fails with 5:25 left in the game. Kentucky forces a Husker punt, and knowing the only needed around the 35 yard line for big leg kicker Mansour to win the game with a 50+ winner. They did just that as Coach Knight would have liked to complete one of the passes they threw from the 36 but he sent in his kicker and he nailed the FG with 1:09 left. Kentucky defense forced an interception on the next drive and ran out the clock.First Quarter00:10 FG Kentucky Joe Mansour K #99 31 yard field goal Second Quarter00:39 TD Nebraska Martel Waller WR #85 29 yard pass from Brion Carnes QB #12 00:04 TD Nebraska Martel Waller WR #85 24 yard pass from Brion Carnes QB #12 Third Quarter03:19 FG Kentucky Joe Mansour K #99 26 yard field goal Forth Quarter05:25 TD Kentucky Joe Foster WR #86 17 yard pass from Terrance Davis QB #5 01:09 FG Kentucky Joe Mansour K #99 54 yard field goalTerrance Davis 14-25 172 yards TD INT, 10 att 82 yardsBrion Carnes 10-18 201 yards 2 TDs 3 INTsBraylon Heard 19 att 69 yardsJermaine Bailey 14 att 46 yards, 5 rec 28 yardsMartel Waller 2 rec 53 yards 2 TDsJoe Foster rec 17 yards TD
Nail-Biter in Lexington!
Bailey and the Wildcats are relieved after a near mishap against MissouriBowser hauls in the game winning TD from Terrance Davis with 6:46 leftThrough three quarters this game was deadlocked even at 21-21. Missouri's Gabbert threw an interception to begin the fourth quarter and Kentucky went right for the jugular. Terrance Davis took the snap and let the ball go 41+ yards in the air and it came down in WR Nick Bowser's hands to take the lead 28-21. This would be the final points of the ball game and Missouri would turn the ball over to waste their chances of a tie.Highlights and PhotosFirst Quarter
02:24 TD Kentucky Jermaine Bailey HB #21 5 yard rush02:14 TD Missouri Aaron Williams TE #81 80 yard pass from Tyler Gabbert QB #7
06:12 TD Missouri Aaron Williams TE #81 25 yard pass from Tyler Gabbert QB #7
01:58 TD Kentucky Scott Love HB #20 3 yard rush
03:32 TD Missouri Jonathan Edwards TE #85 11 yard pass from Tyler Gabbert QB #7
00:22 TD Kentucky Blake Jacobs WR #80 23 yard pass from Terrance Davis QB #5
06:46 TD Kentucky Nick Bowser WR #81 41 yard pass from Terrance Davis QB #5Terrance Davis 15-21 199 yards 2 TDs INT, 10 att 16 yardsTyler Gabbert 17-27 331 yards 3 TDs 4 INTsJermaine Bailey 24 att 124 yards TDRashad Calhoun 11 att 51 yardsBlake Jacobs 2 rec 50 yards TD
Nick Bowser rec 41 yards TDAaron Williams 8 rec 218 yards 2 TDs
Jonathan Edwards 2 rec 38 yards TD
Too many forced throws down the stretch. Gg knight
LSU Victory!LSU defeats rival Auburn on the road, 33-10.
Auburn puts a scare on the #2 LSU Tigers early on. 10-10, it seemed like this one would go down to the last play. The Auburn no-huddle was on and popping but somehow, the LSU defense started making adjustments and forcing the Auburn offense to go back to the huddle because of losses. LSU would go on to score 23 unanswered points. Great performance by all of our players. Chaz Doyle finished with 286 yards passing and 2 touchdowns with 1 interception. Spencer Ware carried 15 times for 73 yards and 1 score while Alfred Ward and Jakhari Gore both rushed 5 times a piece, Gore got 47 yards and Ward finished with 22. Tharold Simon grabbed 6 catches for 110 yards while Kadron Boone got 5 for 90 yards. They both brought in a touchdown catch. Our kicker Joseph Stewart played great, nailing 4 field goals. LSU now prepares for a battle at home with Mississippi State who looks to have a great offense.
Tigers Earn AnotherLSU downs Mississippi State with significant guests watching, 37-7.
LSU welcomed SEC conference foe, Mississippi State to Death Valley. Not too good if you are a Bulldog fan. LSU demolished the Bulldogs in a game that was very important to this program's future. LSU had a lot of recruits at this game visiting. Hopefully, our good showing will impress them enough to either become a Tiger or take a closer look at dressing in the purple and gold.
Chaz Doyle just keeps proving and improving himself as the season progresses. Doyle threw for 241 yards and 3 touchdowns with no interceptions, he also ran 1 in for a score. Spencer Ware has been taking things personal since not being named the starter in Spring practices. Ware ran for 106 yards on 17 carries and Alfred Ward got some clock running 7 times for 32 yards. Kadron Boone lit the Bulldog secondary up with 102 yards receiving and 1 touchdown catch. James Wright and Tharold Simon had the other 2 touchdown catches. Tyrann Mathieu and Ronnie Vinson both got interceptions on the day and Martin Moss(MLB) had a great day with 11 total tackles, 10 of them being solo. Joseph Stewart nailed 3 field goals in this one.
LSU heads to Georgia next week before they meet up in the Swamp with the Florida Gators.
Rivals CollideTexas A&M hangs on at the end to knock off rival Arkansas at homeSenior RB DJ Jones flashes a "Hook 'Em" sign after scoring on the first play of the 2nd Quarter.Jones was unavailable for comment about the hand signal after the game.ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS: 15TEXAS A&M AGGIES: 22College Station, TX- A year after an embarrassing 35-10 loss in Fayetteville, the Texas A&M Aggies found a way to take one back to start off 2-0 on the season and impress some visiting recruits in a close rivalry win. Heavy showers at kickoff foreshadowed a sloppy affair to come, with both teams struggling to move the ball offensively for most of the game. The Aggies struggled with turnovers, coughing up two fumbles and a Jamiell Showers interception in the red zone, which allowed to Razorbacks to keep the game as close as possible.The stout Aggie run game was put into check this week, as the offensive line had a hard time holding block against an inferior defensive front. Running back DJ Jones was able to muster 102 yards on 24 carries and a TD, but every yard was earned with a defender always in his face at the line. #1 WR Brandon Robinson suffered bruised ribs early in the 1st quarter, however H receiver Jay Boyd filled in for the slot and had a carrer day with 5 catches for 155 yards and 2 TD. Freshman TE Gerald McNeil still continues to impress the coaching staff, wrapping up the day with 4 receptions for 36 yards, including a crucial 3rd down catch on the Aggies winning drive.The A&M pass defense looked much better this week, allowing Arkansas to only pick up 33% of their 3rd down conversions and 1 TD for the day. With time running out on the clock, the Wrecking Crew was able to force a fumble by RB Jatashun Beachum when the Razorbacks were driving, to help seal victory # 2 for the Aggies.Notable Stats:QB Jameill Showers (TAMU): 15-22, 274 yards, 2 TD, 1 INTQB Sylvester Stephens (ARK): 12-24, 141 yards, 1 TDHB DJ Jones (TAMU): 24 att, 102 yards, 1 TDArkansas Rushing: 36 att, 107 yardsTAMU Pancakes: 1ARK Pancakes: 18WR Jay Boyd takes a reception in for the score right before Half.QB Jameill Showers loses a crucial fumble in the Red Zone to start the 4th Quarter.
Light'em upGabbert thrives in victory over arch rival Illinois, 38-28
Blaine Gabbert's little brother finally had a day that he can remember at Missouri. He had great composure in the pocket today, throwing for 434 yards and 5 TDs. Add that with zero interceptions and zero fumbles, and Tyler Gabbert was a helluva performer today. Gabbert would complete passes to 10 different receivers today, and the leading receiver was Sophomore Junior Holt. Unfortunately, Holt would tear his ACL on his final catch and will be out for the season. Missouri HB Rashad Calhoun got the start and carried 16 times for 65 yards. But Gabbert was the star today. Missouri will now enter Big 12 play versus Colorado next week.
Florida's defense stands tall
Beats rival Volunteers 14-10
The Florida Gators went into Knoxville and knocked off the hated Volunteers. Florida would only need two touchdowns to beat the Vols 14-10. The Gator defense would hold Tennessee to 107 yards of offense in this showdown. Florida continued to turn the ball over with 4 interceptions thrown but the Gators would pick off 3 passes themselves, 2 coming from Jonathan Dowling.
The Gators will try to fix somethings as they head home to face the Kentucky Wildcats. The home team has never won in the duel between Coach Knights and Sdid.
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Gators hold on to defeat tough Wildcat squad
Coxson and Dunbar celebrate a TD
The Gator offense hasn't wowed anyone in their first four contests. However, the Gator defense has provided enough support to start the season 4-0. The Gator defense would yield 233 yards and 14 points to the cats. However most of that came in the second half as the Gators scrambled to deal with the no huddle attack of the Cats. Jordan haden and Cody Riggs came up with big interceptions in this game as Florida finally won the turnover battle 2-0. The Gatord scored a TD in the first and second quarters as James Hall would find Quinton Dunbar and Adrian Coxson for scores. Coxson was huge in this game using his size to win 50/50 balls. He finished with 5 rec for 106 and TD and was named player of the game. Kenny Leonard added 2 of the Gators 4 sacks as the front four played well in the contest.
Coxson wins this battle.
Underwood takes a knee and will be the starter going forward.
up next Arkansas for a huge recruiting weekend for the Gators.
SR WR Kevonte Martin-Manley stretches past a Fightin Irish defender to catch 1 of his 2 TD's in the 42-21 win.#22 IOWA: 42#14 NOTRE DAME: 21The Iowa Hawkeyes 2-2 (0-0) improve to even on the season after defeating the Notre Dame Fightin' Irish with a strong showing on offense. SR WR Kevonte Martin-Manley rebounded from a few dormant games to catch 6 balls for 120 yards with 2 TD's. SR RB Marcus Coker carried the ball 26 times for 165 yards with 1 TD. RSFR Quentin Stratton added 8 carries for 98 yards with 2 TD's. SR QB Aj Derby completed 14 of 24 passes for 223 yards with 3 TD's.The Iowa defense was led by MLB Philip Robinson who had 14 tackles on the day with a fumble recovery.Next week the Iowa Hawkeyes 2-2 (0-0) will kick off the conference schedule with a trip to Illinois to take on the Illini.
Nebraska Donkey Punches KU 55-17
Braylon Heard, Please step into the national spotlight. The Standout SR TB rushed for over 200+ yards and scored 3TDs as Nebraksa repaid a debt left by the Jayhawks last season.
A Complete VictoryThe Aggies looked sound on both sides of the ball in a home win against #25 Penn StateThe Aggie defense stops Penn State on 4th and goal on their only scoring opportunity of the 2nd half.Penn State Nittany Lions: 7Texas A&M Aggies: 24College Station, TX- The Aggies have made it 3 in a row after soundly beating #25 Penn State at home, 24-7. Turnovers played a vital role in the loss for Penn State as they lost 4 fumbles on the day and failed to convert on 2-4th down attempts. For the first time this season, the Aggies were left without a 100 yard rusher, however running backs Ben Malena and DJ Jones still made a big impact in the game, combining for 174 yards rushing and 2 TD.Penn State started in a hole early. On the first play of the game, Nittany Lion QB Robert Bolden hit his FB wide open in the flats, who tried to make a move up the field only to leave the ball behind on the turf. The Aggie would recover to the fumble and make quick use of the short field, capped by a DJ Jones TD on the ground. Penn State would get the ball back and move effectively down the field, only to cough it up again just passed midfield. The Aggies would tack on another 3 points to extend their lead to 10. Penn State would finally answer with a 10 yard Chris Hunter rushing TD, which would be the only points the Nittany Lions could muster against the aggressive Aggie defense. Texas A&M would add two more score before the half before both defenses settled in for a scoreless 2nd half.Next week, the Aggies begin conference play at home against the Texas Tech Red Raiders.Notable Stats:QB Jameill Showers (TAMU): 13-29, 250 yards, 1 TD, 1 INTQB Robert Bolden (PSU): 17-30, 203 yardsRB Silas Redd (PSU): 23 att, 113 yardsRBs Ben Malena/DJ Jones (TAMU): 27 att, 174 yards, 2 TDTAMU Turnovers: 1 (INT)PSU Turnovers: 4 (4 fumbles)
Crimson Tide WinAlabama walks off with a 42-10 victory over South Carolina.
Tuscaloosa- The Alabama Crimson Tide score 21 unanswered points in the seond and third qtr to get past the Gamecocks of South Carolina. The Tide have been a little unstable this season at HB and think they have found the key to running the ball. Coach Forever used his stable of backs in unison as they gained 175yds on 29 carries with no feature back. The fact of the matter is that we have some really good runners and we need to get them on the field in some shape, form or fashion. In this game, it seemed to work as HB Mark Bracken and HB Lorenzo Jakcson combined for 175yds on just 26 carries. The win gives Alabama 4 on the season. Next week, The Tide travel to Lexington to face the Wildcats of Kentucky in a key SEC matchup.
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