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Just Not EnoughLSU keeps it close but still comes up short against Oregon, 30-29. LSU found themselves down 24-0 at the half. It was either lay down or fight. Morris Claiborne would take the opening kick off in the 2nd half for a TD to spark some life in the LSU faithful. Oregon would almost be stopped but converted on key third downs which is what killed LSU all game long. Oregon would notch a field goal to make it 27-7. Morris Claiborne would come up big again with a pick six to put the game within two scores, 27-14. LSU would strike again with a 10 yard Jarvis Landry TD from Jordan Jefferson, 27-21. LSU's defense would have one more chance but they blew it, allowing a huge screen play to LaMichael James which is shown in the picture above. Oregon would put the finishing touch with a field goal, 30-21. LSU would get another TD but failed to get the onside kick. Players Of The Game Morris Claiborne 93 Yard Kick Return TD, 63 Yard Interception for a TD Lavasier Tunei 3 Rushes for 73 Yards 1 TD, 4 Receptions for 50 Yards 1 TD
StanFerd slow start Finishes huge!
Stanford and the Andrew Luck show got off to a slow start taking an early 6-0 lead after 2 drives puttered out around the 30. SJSU did grab the lead for 1 play on botched pass defense and SJSU had the ball on 2nd and Rutley going to endzone.
Luck brought it back with a deep bomb to Owsau to get the life going. Luck connected with the TE for 6 and Taylor ran in the XP to make it 14-7 and Stanford never looked back, WR Griff Whelen had a huge day grabbing 2 TD passes and scoring from 42 yards out.
Stefan Taylor Finished in the 3rd qtr with 21 carries for 144 and 2TDs Andrew luck finished 9-18 for 202 and 2TDs
Stanford Offense generated 619 yards of total O on the day.
A bit rusty on the sticks, eh?
Horns Hook Rice
The Longhorns started off the season, and Coach Fransisco's tenure, with a solid victory over Rice. Texas came into the season with a lot of question marks, but seemed to answer some questions with the first win.
The game got off to a great start with Texas scoring on their first drive (an 11 play, 73 yard drive) when Garrett Gilbert (11 of 21, 190 yards, 3 TDs) connected with tight end DJ Grant (1 rec, 3 yards, 1 TD) for an 3 yard score. The rest of the quarter would turn into a defensive struggle with both teams stalling twice.
Early in the second quarter Texas would add to their lead with a 41 yard field goal from Ben Pruitt (1 of 2 FGs, 4 XP). After holding Rice to a three and out, Texas's next drive would again stall at the Rice 24. Pruitt would push his second field goal attempt of the day wide left leaving Rice with great field position. It didnt take long for the Owls to capitalize. Three plays later they would find themselves in the end zone with a shifty little end around from WR Randy Kitchens who took the play 33 yards for the score. It wouldnt take long for Texas to respond. Setup by a 52 yard completion from Gilbert to WR Mike Davis (2 rec, 65 yards) and a 15 yard roughing the passer penalty, RB Foswhitt Whittaker (28 car, 180 yards, 1 TD) found pay dirt from 10 yards out. Rice would add a touchdown as time ran down in the first half and Texas would go into half time up 17-14.
After a very eventful second quarter, the Texas defense came out strong in the second half. Stepping up big when they needed it. Forcing two second half interceptions the Longhorn defense completely dismantled the Owls in the second half. Responding from the defenses stout play Gilbert would add two more second half TDs and Texas finished off a strong performance with a 31-14 victory.
Next up for the Longhorns is a stiff test against a solid Ohio State team. "The Buckeyes start off what promises to be a very telling three game stretch for us" Coach Fransisco told us after the game.
Solid Win for Forever
Norman is buzzing following a 66-31 win over Tulsa.
The Sooners get off on the right track as they pull away from in state rival Tulsa in the second half. Landry Jones didn't get off to the hot start he had expected, but was able to make some inspiring throws throughout the ball game. Tulsa's no-huddle offense gave Oklahoma's defense fits for most of the game, but critical turnovers helped keep them in check. Jones finished the game with over 300yds and 2 td's mostly in the first half. The duel running tandem of HB's Brennan Clay and Brandon Williams rushed for 170 yds and 3 td's. The Sooners have a bye next week before mixing it up with the Seminoles of Florida State.
48-13 Beating in the Swamp Brantley tosses 5 TD's in first half and 3 go to Thompson Gators gear up for Stanford next.
UNDERWHELMINGUCLA looking for answers after rushing attack fizzles in opener
QB Kevin Prince reconsiders his career choice after being abused by the Cougar front all day
Los Angeles, CA - The UCLA Bruins have many questions to answer this week after being manhandled by a inferior defensive line that held the team to a school worst (-4) rushing yards. UCLA's first drive gave promise as HB Jonathan Franklin scampered ahead for 20 yards on the opening play, however it was all in reverse from there. The Bruins offense made a splash late via the arm of Kevin Prince, but it was too little, too late as two failed onside kicks sealed the game and the Houston Cougars gave UCLA their first loss of the season.
Ragin' Cajun's Get Raided, Air RaidedOklahoma State Lights Up the Sky in Convincing Win 59 - 6 QB Brandon Weeden went H.A.M on the Ragin' Cajun defense. Throwing for 352 yards and 5 TDs in one half of play. The run game also played dividends for Okie St, with HB Jeremy Smith rushing for 115 yards and 1 TD on 12 carries. As for the defense, the Cowboys D placed their claim on why the BigXII does indeed play solid defense, forcing 3 interceptions and holding a potent ULL offense to only 6 points. Next week the Pokes get there chance against a much better opponent in Arizona State.
Usc wins but it was ugly It really was ugly from the start of the game. Rain was not a good thing this week. Barkley was abused and abused alot. Minnesota Qb Gray was running and tip toeing his way around the field. The first quarter was nothing but traded fgs and uneventful as can be. 2nd quarter was 17-7 Minnesota on 2td from rb Bennett and a fg. Usc would only score 1td on a 1yd rush by Mcneal. Score was 20-10 at halftime and Minnesota gets the ball. Usc would get a Fg and then Woods would grab a curl route and take it to the house for a 58yd td making it tied at 20. Minnesota wasnt having any of it and Mcnight would score on a 42yd reception to taking a 7 point lead once again. Usc would add a 1yd run to tie game and kick a fg with 2:20 left to take a 3point lead. Minnesota would drive to the USC 6 and would throw a interception in the endzone for the Trojans to get control of ball with 59 seconds left. Minnesota had 2 timeouts and after the second run Usc got a 1st down and took a knee. USC 30Minnesota 27 Key PlayersBarkley 11-19 235yds 1td 2intMcneal 15att 78yds 1tdBaxter 11att 43yds 1tdWoods 5rec 174yds 1td
In Woods we trust Woods decided that this was going to be his week. He did so much in this one it was hard to know where to start. He had a hug game with 5rec for 3 tds also returned a kickoff for a td. Got a freeze while uploading highlights So will post more at a later time. when i get back on ps3 and can get the stats. USC 2-0
SEC Speed Is Too MuchUCLA can't get it done in Death Valley. LSU would host UCLA led by the Gingerbread man HackGolfer. Both teams were looking to establish the run and not turn the ball over. However, only one team could do that effectively. LSU would start the game off as Kenny Hilliard beasted the bruins for a 44 yard TD. UCLA would come back with a FG in the 2nd half. Morris Claiborne would shut any hopes of UCLA down with a kick return for a TD. Both teams would exchange touchdowns and LSU would come out on top. LSU heads to Starksville to take on SEC foe Mississippi State.
Longhorns Upset Buckeyes The name of the game for Texas this week was overcoming first half mistakes. The game started off with OSU and Texas trading touchdowns, but the momentum quickly swung to the Buckeyes as the Longhorns committed two first quarter turnovers. Little did either team know though, that the biggest play of the game would be a blocked extra point in the first quarter. As the Buckeyes went into halftime with a 30-14 lead, they seemed to have this game well in hand. The Longhorns had differnt thoughts though as they came storming out of half time with stout defense and put up 21 unanswered points. Garrett Gilbert (13 of 23, 334 yards, 4 TDs, 1 INT) had a career day leading the late game comeback. Texas FB Cody Johnson (4 car, 20 yards, 1 TD) would score late in the 4th quarter to put Texas up 8 with two minutes left to play. The Buckeyes would score late on a 3 yard rush setup by a long 68 yard pass, putting OSU down by only two. They would fall a yard short though as their two point play fell short on a screen pass. Texas never quit and contributed their unlikely comeback to relentless effort. Up next for the Longhorns is a big early season showdown with Arkansas.
Spencer Ware leads the Tigers to a 31-21 victory! LSU traveled to Starksville in Week 3 after a big win against UCLA to battle with SEC West foe, Mississippi State. The Bulldogs would shock the Tigers after jumping out to a 14-3 lead in the 1st quarter. The Tigers would go on a 14-0 run to end the half and make it a 17-14 ball game. Mississippi State's Vick Ballard would shrug off several defenders as he cruised to an 85 yard TD run to put the Bulldogs on top 21-17. Spencer Ware would put the team on his back and score 2 TDs of 2 and 59 yards. He ended the day with 13 carries for 103 yards. It was a team effort in the rushing department as Kenny Hilliard and Alfred Blue contributed to make it a 3 headed monster. Jordan Jefferson threw for over 220 yards and James Wright went off with over 100 yards and a TD. A very good experience for this LSU team as they have bounced back with 2 straight wins after suffering the opening season loss to Oregon.
Sooners Improve to 2-0
Norman is buzzing following a 42-17 win over Florida State.
Tallahassee- The Sooners travel down south to face a young but dangerous Seminole team lead by their talented QB, E.J. Manuel. The game was hyped as one for the century.......at least FSU's defense showed up. The Oklahoma defense held the potent Noles offense to just 129yds of total offense. Landrt Jones started the game off slow but picked it up as the game went on. He finished the day 20 of 33 for 274yds and 3 td's. The running game was also solid as HB Brennan Clay ran for a game high 96yds. The win gives Oklahoma 2-0 on the year with a Big 12 contest against Missouri on the horizon.
Eric Reid leads the way with 3 interceptions in a 33-7 blowout. We didn't score until the 2nd quarter but this was a no contest. We took the starters out at half time and the back up Zach Mettenberger struggled big time. Kenny Hilliard was given the opportunity to display his abilities. He had some great runs but was held in check at times. He finished with 84 yards on 19 carries and 1 TD. Spencer Ware dashed for 71 on 7 carries. The story of the day was our defense though. Just relentless, 5 interceptions and 3 of them by Eric Reid. 1 by Mathieu and the other by Tharold Simon.
A team effort gets the job done, 45-30. What a game! An offensive slug fest or too many defensive mistakes in the 1st half turned into LSU shutting down the Kentucky Wildcats in the 2nd half of the game. LSU outscored UK 14-3 in the 2nd half and really made the right adjustments on both sides of the ball. Sure, we gave up a lot of points but we played the way we were supposed when we needed to. Jordan Jefferson tossed for 255 yards and 3 touchdowns despite having 2 interceptions. Another running back by committee performance as Blue, Hilliard and Ware wore down the Cats. Rueben Randle and James Wright combined for 184 yards and 2 TDs on 5 receptions. The LSU defense had 4 sacks and 3 interceptions.
Freshman Isaiah Crowell rushes for 195 yards and 2 TD's to lead 1-3 Georgia over #21 Mississippi State.
Nice win Ry! Coming back from 17-0!
Thanks. I had to spy their QB. He kept killing me on 3rd down with his QB scrambles.
Morgan Newton kept doing that too... Assholes!
HB Johnathan Franklin torched the defense for 132 yards and 2 TDs
WR Nelson Rosario took the opening play for a TD, but the Bruin offense sputtered to lose their conference opener
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