Season One (W2)

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by majesty95, Jul 21, 2013.

  1. majesty95

    majesty95 Show class, have pride, and display character.

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    Everybody who plays the CPU should post a summary along with the winner of any user games. Just wanted to clarify ;)
     
  2. Glen Cieske

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    NIU - 38 GSU - 35​
    Jordan Lynch over comes two interceptions to lead the Huskies over Georgia State in a shootout. Both teams traded blows with the biggest lead being the Huskies by 14 just before halftime. Just as quickly as the Huskies took a 14 point lead GSU drove down the field and as time expired plowed the ball into the end zone on a long catch and run by their tight end. Both teams dominated through the air combining for 625 yards.​
    Jordan Lynch 20-29 284 3 TD 2 INT​
    Keith Harris 17-88-2​
    Akeem Daniels 4-34​
    Da'Ron Brown 4-104-2​
    Tommy Lee Lewis 4-79-1​
    Juwan Brescacin 5-50​
    This is a nice little Play action TD pass I had in this game

    Jordan Lynch fakes the hand off
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    Throws just before getting hit by a lineman
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    Stretched out dive for the score
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  3. xx Vols xx

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    Hey Guys

    Please upload a few plays from your games before you exit your games. This only takes a couple extra minutes and its really cool to watch online. The dynasty can be viewed here: http://www.easports.com/dynasty/home

    I think you are allowed to upload 4 plays

    Thanks.. BTW I have found that recruiting via your CPU is much easier and faster than in the game.

    Hey Glen what site is it where you find the images after you take a photo during the game..I can;t find it this year. Thanks
     
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  4. Glen Cieske

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    I have it bookmarked so it'll take you to mine, obviously just sign in with your username etc.

    Here you go
     
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  5. majesty95

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    Its just the main http://www.easports.com/ website now. They combined it under one umbrella. Once you sign in, click on your name at the top, then click on "media" and then "photos" and that's where they'll be. It still looks similar to EA Sports World once you get in there.

    EDIT: He beat me to it, lol
     
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  6. xx Vols xx

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    Thanks Guys
     
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    VANDALS FALL TO COWBOYS 52-49
    A classic shootout is the best way to describe the game between the Idaho Vandals and the Wyoming Cowboys. Although the Vandals trailed for most of the game they refused to go down without a fight and would eventually take a late 4th quarter lead with less than 1:30 remaining but as the rest of the game had already proven the Cowboys were able to match Idaho's effort with a TD of their own as they took a three point lead with only :09 remaining. As QB Chad Chalich's desperation heave down field fell incomplete the Vandals found themselves starting out (0-1) in conference play as a new member of the Mountain West. To many people a loss is still a loss but in the eyes of a team who last year posted a dismal 1-11 record, falling by only three points while scoring 49 is a step in the right direction.​
     
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    La Tech Get First Win of the Season
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    The UTEP Miners played host to the LA Tech Bulldogs. On the opening play of the game Bryson Abraham picked off a J Showers pass and raced 23 yards for a TD. The Miners answered with a short drive that resulted in a FG and then picked off a pass from Paul Harris to set up a 2 yard run by Nathan Jeffery to give the miners a 10-7 lead at the end of 1. In the 2nd both teams were unable to reach the end zone and settled for FG's. The half ended 13 a piece. La Tech took the second half kick off and played ball control using up almost 5 minutes of the clock and scored on a Paul Harris read option. With about 4 minutes to play and La Tech up 20-13 the miners were driving into Bulldog territory and elected to go on a 4th and 2 call instead of going for the FG. The Bulldog D held and took the ensuing possession down field for another TD, chewing up the clock in the process. The final TD came on a Paul Harris option keeper from 12 yards out. ​
     
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    Kent State 30, Bowling Green 27 (OT)

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    KENT, Ohio --- Michael Austin's debut as the Kent State head coach had its ups and downs. It ended ended on a high note, though, when C.J. Steward intercepted a Bowling Green pass early in overtime to secure a 30-27 win over the rival Falcons. The win extended the Golden Flashes' home winning streak to nine games, the longest such streak in school history.

    Coming into the season, the Kent coaching staff indicated that their goal was to keep quarterback David Fisher from having to win games by himself. That plan lasted less than one game as Fisher was asked to guide the Flashes on two come-from-behind drives in the fourth quarter.

    Bowling Green kicked a field goal with 5:43 remaining in the game to take a 23-20 lead. Fisher took over and led Kent on a methodical drive that saw the Golden Flashes' convert a 4th down and chew up 4:13 off of the clock. The drive was capped by a 24-yard Trayion Durham touchdown run.

    The Falcons would answer back, though, and quickly drove the ball down the field for their own touchdown to take a 30-27 lead with just 24 seconds remaining. Fisher once again had to rally the team and did so this time by leading Kent down the field with just two completions to set kicker Anthony Melchiori up for the game-tying field goal. Melchiori connected from 34 yards out and the game headed to overtime.

    Kent State won the toss and elected to start the overtime period on defense. On the first play of the extra frame, Steward grabbed an errant pass from Bowling Green QB Matt Schilz to all but end the Falcons' day. Melchiori came back out three plays later and capped the win with a 35-yard field goal, his third of the game.

    Durham took home player of the game honors after totaling 83 yards rushing on a team-high 13 carries. Durham's Counterpart, Dri Archer, added 96 yards of offense and a touchdown as the duo combined for 179 of the team's 368 yards.

    Next up for the Golden Flashes is a trip to Murfreesboro, Tennessee to take on Coach titangator and his Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders.
     
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    MTSU notches victory over in state rival Tigers
    MTSU used a strong second half from their defense to pull out a hard fought victory over their rival to the west, the Memphis Tigers, 34 to 31. MTSU trailed 24 to 21 at the half, but the Blue Raider defense shut out Memphis in the 2nd half until the Tigers put up a desperation touchdown with about 15 seconds left in the game. "Our ground game wore them down, that was our plan the whole game, wear them down, and get to the locker room and make adjustments once we got to see their no huddle attack live and in person," said Coach Hickerson. The adjustments worked, as Memphis was held to just the 7 points in the final 20 seconds as well as throwing an interception that was returned for a touchdown by true freshman CB Shon Akins. Akins also led the team in tackles with 5 in his first appearance at the collegiate level.
    Senior QB Logan Kilgore did a good job spreading the ball around, going 17 of 24 for 236 yards for 1 touchdown. He did however throw an interception and turn the ball over another time on a fumble right before the half. "Luckily our defense bailed me out on the fumble around midfield right before halftime, that would have been a big blow if they put up another 7 there," said Kilgore. He completed a pass to 8 different guys, but it was junior Devin Clarke who led the way with 5 catches for 59 yards. However, it was the 2 tailbacks who led the way for the Blue Raider offense, sophomore Jordan Parker and junior Reggie Whatley ran for 85 yards and 59 yards on 18 carries and 7 carries respectively. Neither found the endzone on the ground, but they were very effective in moving the chains and keeping the fast paced Tiger offense off the field. Whatley did return a kick for a touchdown.​
     
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    Temple made the trek to Annapolis to face off against a fired up Navy team. Navy drove down the field but were stopped short on a 4th down attempt withing their 10 yard line. Temple responded with a Field Goal in the 1st, then a 4 Yard TD run by Harper in the 2nd. Navy answered quickly with a TD pass to put the game at 10 - 7 at the half. Temple began the 2nd half sharp scoring on their first drive and taking a 10 point lead. Navy again responded, with a TD of their own. The two teams went toe to toe tied at 24. Temple began overtime with a 4 YD TD run by Connor Reily. Navy scored off of a 31 yard TD to keep them in the again. Navy began their next drive with a 25 Yard TD pass on their first play. Temple Answered back with a TD of their own. For the third overtime, The Owls continued to pound the ball, and got in the endzone with John Rizzo's first TD. However, Temple was not able to get the required two point conversion. Navy again took advantage of of the Owls through the pass game and scored off another 25 Yard TD. Navy was able to convert the 2 Point attempt to win the game. The Owls offense looked to produce, but they will need to be able to stop the pass to have any chance of competing this year.
     
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