Season 5 Week 6

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  1. ociu

    ociu Hoosier for Life.

    Mar 4, 2010
    Season 5 Week 6

    IU thrashed #22 Michigan and laid their vaunted D to waste with a 49-7 victory at the Rock. It took a Michigan TD with no time left on the clock in the 4th Q to break the shutout.

    IU's pressure destroyed the Michigan offensive line, gaining 5+ sacks and forcing two fumbles. IU's D had two picked up fumbles for TDs, and star RB Mike Perkins had a solid but not great day with the rock, running for more than a hundred yards on 20 carries.
  2. vBIG SLICKv

    vBIG SLICKv Varsity Baby !!!

    Mar 21, 2010
    #8 Colorado 3
    #3 Texas A&M 23

    As TAMU has done all year long they relied heavily on the ground and pound offensive mentality by rushing the ball 48 times. Unfortunately, for personal reasons Coach Dakota of CU was unable to attend the game and his buffs were lost without his leadership. Leaving the field Coach Slick knew that this was not CU's best effort due to missing their coach and is sure The Aggs will see the Buffs again in the Big 12 Championship game.

    1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    #3TAMU 7 9 7 0 23
    #8 CU 3 0 0 0 3

    First Downs 20 8
    Total Offense 331 168
    Rushes-Yds-TDs 48-203-2 16-(-18)-0
    Comp-Att-TD 7-13-0 12-21-0
    Passing yds 128 186
    3rd down 2-9 1-8
    4th down 2-2 0-2
    RZ/TD/FG 4-2-1 2-0-1
    Turnovers 0 1
  3. abolishthefed

    abolishthefed Specializing in mediocrity

    Mar 27, 2010
    Pitt 36
    Rutgers 51

    Pitt returned the opening kickoff for a TD, and the rest of the game was downhill for them. Rutgers' backup QB threw for 5 TD in the first half, as the Scarlet Knights were rolling. At one point in the third quarter Rutgers was up 45-14, but they brought in the bomb squad to get some experience and they promptly gave up 3 straight TD. Rutgers is now 2-0 in the Big East.
  4. uncleho

    uncleho Walk On

    Jan 20, 2010
    #17 Clemson 42
    Virginia 17

    A sloppy first half for QB Tajh Boyd and the Tiger defense kept Virginia in it early, but they couldn't keep it going the entire game. Boyd fumbled away an option pitch and threw and interception on a crossing route, both in the red zone in the first half. The trailing defender made a pretty good INT on the play. Clemson's defense couldn't stop the Virginia rushing attack and their starter put up 100+ yards by the third quarter, luckily Clemson started pulling away then and Virginia had to start throwing.

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