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Season One (W7)

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by Paytonno1son, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. Paytonno1son

    Paytonno1son Walk On

    Aug 4, 2010
    Despite winning almost every offensive category, The FIU Panthers fall again, this time to conference foe UAB. Although the season is still young, it will take a flawless run most likely to win the division.​
    1st downs - FIU 22 to UAB 11​
    3rd Down conv - 7/12 to 3/7​
    Total Offense - 403 to 297​
    T.O.P - 18:43 to 9:37​
    Coach Rausa was seen on twitter after the game, "#fml #wtfjusthappened #cusabottomfeeders​

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  2. Shnoogans10

    Shnoogans10 Walk On

    Jul 19, 2011
    Temple had a great showing for week 7 against the Miami(Ohio) RedHawks. The game was neck in neck in the first half, but the Owls showed tremendous poise and fight in the second half. An 11 yard TD run by Connor Reily got the Owls started in the 3rd quarter. Then the running game nailed the final coffin, allowing Temple to score 21 unanswered points in the 4th quarter. Backup running back Jaime Gilmore had a great showing rushing for 81 yards and 1 TD on just 4 attempts. The TD was off his first attempt for 62 yards. The defense showed much improvement as they only allowed 1 FG in the 3rd. The D forced 3 turnovers and put Miami at -12 rushing yards for the game.

    1ST DOWNS 8 19
    3rd down conversions 1/7 2/7
    4th down conversions 1/1 4/4
    Total Offense 201 464
    Passing Yards 213 270
    Completions/Attempts 17/27 20/26
    Yards Per Attempt 7.9 10.4
    Rushing Yards -12 194
    Rushing Attempts 11 35
    Yards Per Rush -1.1 5.5
    Penalties-Yards 1-10 0-0
    Turnovers 3 4
    Fumbles Lost 2 1
    Interceptions Thrown 1 3
    Possession Time 9:16 18:44
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  3. xx Vols xx

    xx Vols xx Vol Nation

    Jul 31, 2010
    Game of the Week does not Disappoint
    The MTSU Blue Raiders visited La Tech for the Game of the Week. The one was a barnburner from the outset. MTSU drove methodically down field and went up 7-0 on the 1st drive of the game. La Tech answered by returning the ensuing kickoff back 105 yards. MTSU drove back down field and had to settle for a FG after a sack. La Tech answered again with a Keith Dixon TD run from 7 yards out, and MTSU got another FG before the half to make it 14-13 La Tech at the Half. The second half started with La Tech on fire and everything just seemed to work. Paul Harris scored on a read option from the 10 and then the D got a stop and Harris hooked up with Richie Casey for a 56 yard TD. La Tech seemed in control up 28-13 to start the 4th. MTSU put on a valiant comeback with a FG early and then they got a stop and got the ball back and Logan Kilgore scored from 23 out on a read option on a 4th and 1. The score was not 28-23 with just a 4 minutes to play. La Tech drove down to the MTSU 30 and on 3rd and 2 got a first down run called back on a holding penalty. La Tech punted with around 2 minutes to play. MTSU drove across mid field and were eventually stopped after a sack and an incomplete 4th down pass.
    @titangator Great Game Man
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  4. majesty95

    majesty95 Show class, have pride, and display character.

    Jun 5, 2012
    Kent State 24, Western Kentucky 24 (OT)


    Dri Archer cuts through the Western Kentucky defense (Photo courtesy AP Images)
    KENT, Ohio --- Kent State star Dri Archer struggled through the first two-and-a-half quarters. The last quarter and a half and overtime were a different story though as the Golden Flashes defeated Western Kentucky 24-17. Archer led the team with 68 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

    Archer has held under 30 yards of offense through the first three quarters, even though he scored a go-ahead touchdown mid-way through the third. However, the senior All-American rushed for 60 yards in the fourth quarter and overtime and caught the game-winning touchdown pass from David Fisher in the extra frame. At the end of the game, his coach (Mike Austin) had this to say:

    "I don't know what was going on most of the game. We just kept trying to get him (Archer) the ball and hoping he could make something happen. Finally, he was able to do that when it mattered most. The guy's a playmaker. What can you say. He came through when we needed him most."

    Archer and his Golden Flash teammates have a bye next week and then to travel to New York to face conference foe Buffalo on October 26.


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