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  1. Archie Griffin

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    The Buckeye Blog - 2010

    The Buckeye Blog

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    #6 Ohio State Buckeyes 12-1 (8-0)


    Date Opponent Result Player of the Game
    09-02
    Marshall​
    W (45-0) Brandon Saine, HB
    09-11
    Miami​
    L (21-28) Brandon Saine, HB
    09-18
    Ohio​
    W (52-7) Brandon Saine, HB
    09-25
    E. Michigan​
    W (66-0) Dexter Larrimore, DT
    10-02
    @ Illinois​
    W (28-24) Terrelle Pryor, QB
    10-09
    Indiana​
    W (41-15) Terrelle Pryor, QB
    10-16
    @ Wisconisn​
    W (48-21) Terrelle Pryor, QB
    10-23
    Purdue​
    W (35-3) Terrelle Pryor, QB
    10-30
    @ Minnesota​
    W (48-13) Terrelle Pryor, QB
    11-13
    Penn State​
    W (49-14) Boom Herron, HB
    11-20
    Iowa​
    W (48-0) Chimdi Chekwa, CB
    11-27
    @ Michigan​
    W (30-13) Terrelle Pryor, QB


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    Rose Bowl - Ohio State 45, West Virginia 21
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  2. Archie Griffin

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    Baby Buckeyes - The 2011 Recruiting Class


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    The 2011 Freshman Class

    (*) = Player was cut from team

    ~Name~ ~Pos~ ~Pos Rank~ ~OVR~ ~Height~ ~Weight~ ~State~ ~Week~ ~Caliber~ ~Rating~
    Adam Thomas
    ATH (FB)​
    2​
    9​
    6-0​
    215​
    OH​
    1​
    :5stars:
    81​
    David Evans
    DT​
    14​
    143​
    6-5​
    295​
    OH​
    1​
    :4stars:
    76​
    Quentin McCutcheon
    OLB​
    1​
    1​
    6-0​
    226​
    KY​
    6​
    :5stars:
    81​
    Mike Oliver
    OG​
    1​
    4​
    6-3​
    290​
    OH​
    6​
    :4stars:
    82​
    Kevin Langford
    OG​
    5​
    35​
    6-2​
    291​
    VA​
    6​
    :4stars:
    81​
    Terry Rollins
    QB​
    6​
    65​
    5-11​
    183​
    OH​
    6​
    :4stars:
    80​
    Aaron Gandy
    OLB​
    16​
    141​
    6-6​
    211​
    PA​
    7​
    :4stars:
    74​
    Bob Parks
    QB​
    13​
    179​
    6-3​
    197​
    FL​
    8​
    :4stars:
    75​
    Kareem Goolsby
    OG​
    20​
    283​
    6-0​
    305​
    OH​
    8​
    :3stars:
    66​
    Vincent Parks
    DE​
    16​
    136​
    6-0​
    245​
    KY​
    9​
    :4stars:
    76​
    Matt McCollum
    ATH (QB)​
    4​
    129​
    6-5​
    205​
    KY​
    9​
    :4stars:
    75​
    Marcus Cade (JC-JR)
    OT​
    7​
    60​
    6-3​
    283​
    OH​
    9​
    :4stars:
    81​
    *Rodney Wilcox
    DE​
    34​
    279​
    6-3​
    267​
    OH​
    10​
    :3stars:
    66​
    Cody Terrell (JC-SO)
    DE​
    38​
    292​
    6-7​
    240​
    NC​
    10​
    :3stars:
    77​
    *Adam Brown
    CB​
    41​
    598​
    5-11​
    187​
    MI​
    10​
    :3stars:
    65​
    *Greg Jack
    OLB​
    77​
    771​
    6-1​
    216​
    OH​
    10​
    :3stars:
    67​
    Ryan Hood (JC-SO)
    HB​
    15​
    241​
    5-11​
    205​
    OH​
    11​
    :4stars:
    77​
    *John Watson (JC-JR)
    C​
    18​
    536​
    6-0​
    289​
    KY​
    11​
    :3stars:
    65​
    Kellen Perry
    TE​
    24​
    690​
    6-3​
    262​
    MI​
    11​
    :3stars:
    65​
    Ryan Walker
    WR​
    129​
    1086​
    6-4​
    183​
    OH​
    11​
    :3stars:
    66​
    Nathan Wilkinson
    K​
    4​
    1435​
    6-0​
    206​
    NY​
    11​
    :3stars:
    66​
    Marcus Starks
    C​
    4​
    47​
    6-5​
    298​
    VA​
    O-3​
    :4stars:
    81​
    Ernie Henry (JC-SO)
    DE​
    15​
    145​
    6-1​
    262​
    CO​
    O-3​
    :4stars:
    80​


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  3. Goose

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    Big Red Blog- 2010

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    2010 Schedule

    Date Opponent Result Player of the Game
    8-26​
    WKU​
    W (56-14)​
    Zac Lee, QB​
    9-03​
    Idaho​
    W (29-20)​
    Roy Helu Jr., HB​
    9-11​
    @ Washington​
    W (14-0)​
    Roy Helu Jr., HB​
    9-18​
    SMU​
    W (45-7)​
    Roy Helu Jr., HB​
    9-30​
    @ KSU​
    W (27-14)​
    Jared Crick, DT​
    10-09​
    Texas​
    L (28-31)​
    Garret Gilbert, QB Texas​
    10-16​
    @ Ok State​
    W (38-24)​
    Rex Burkhead, HB​
    10-23​
    Mizzu​
    W (31-10)​
    Zac Lee, QB​
    10-30​
    @ Iowa State​
    W (27-17)​
    Alexander Robinson, HB Iowa State​
    11-6​
    Kansas​
    W (21-3)​
    Roy Helu Jr., HB​
    11-13​
    @ TA&M​
    W (34-31)​
    Zac Lee, QB​
    11-20​
    Colorado​
    W (20-15)​
    Roy Helu Jr., HB​
    Big XII Title Game​
    Texas​
    L (28-27)​
    Tre Newton, HB Texas​
    Cotton Bowl​
    Miss. St.​
    L (24-23)​
    Chris Relf, QB Miss. St.​

    Saved for game reports.​
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  4. Goose

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    Cornhusker Recruits - 2011

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    ~Name~ ~Pos~ ~Pos Rank~ ~OVR~ ~Height~ ~Weight~ ~State~ ~Week~ ~Star Rating~
    Alex Henley​
    WR​
    7​
    6-0​
    175​
    Texas​
    7​
    :4stars:
    [/CENTER]


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    Saved for future recruits.​
     
  5. ChaoticUT

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    Everything Fighting Irish

    All items correlated with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football Program will be located within this blog

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  6. Archie Griffin

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    Big First Week

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    The Buckeyes had a banner first week of recruiting, with two top 150 prospects signing letters of intent. Coach Griffin picked up one of the best athletes in the class when he snagged in-state prospect Adam Thomas (#2 ATH, #9 OVR), and then, as if the day couldn't get any better, six-foot-five inch, 295 pound man-child David Evans (#14 DT, #143 OVR) decided to sign as well. Evans is another in-state kid, and he plans to play defensive tackle on Saturdays in the Horseshoe for quite some time.
     
  7. vatechhokie01

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    holy. shit. apparently VT does not equal OSU....sigh.
     
  8. vatechhokie01

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    Hokie News

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    The Lunch Pail
    A Hokie News Blog


    Date Opponent Result
    09-6​
    Boise State​
    W (38-31) ​
    09-11​
    Western Kentucky ​
    W (52-10) ​
    09-18[/CENTER]
    East Carolina​
    W (44-10) ​
    09-25[/CENTER]
    @ Boston College​
    W (45-28) ​
    10-02[/CENTER]
    @ NC State​
    W (24-21) ​
    10-09[/CENTER]
    Central Michigan​
    W (45-20) ​
    10-16[/CENTER]
    Wake Forest​
    W (42-7) ​
    10-23[/CENTER]
    Duke​
    W (30-10) ​
    10-30​
    Bye Week​
    -​
    11-04[/CENTER]
    Georgia Tech​
    W (44-34) ​
    11-13[/CENTER]
    @ North Carolina​
    W (23-7) ​
    11-20[/CENTER]
    @ Miami​
    W (31-14) ​
    11-27[/CENTER]
    Virginia​
    W (31-15) ​
    12-04[/CENTER]
    Florida St (ACC Champ Game)​


    The 2011 Newcomers

    Name Position Pos Rank Overall Height Weight Location Week Rating
    Pete Horner​
    G​
    15​
    219​
    6'2"​
    295​
    Springfield, VA​
    5​
    :4stars:
    Maurice Skinner[/CENTER]
    SS​
    5​
    40​
    6'3"​
    179​
    Washington, NC​
    9​
    :4stars:
    Daniel Dunn[/CENTER]
    FB​
    1​
    134​
    6'0"​
    236​
    Greenbelt, MD​
    9​
    :4stars:
    Brett Williamson[/CENTER]
    CB​
    3​
    69​
    5'10"​
    166​
    Oklahoma City, OK​
    9​
    :4stars:
    Brock Glover[/CENTER]
    HB​
    6'1"​
    190​
    Rainbow City, AL​
    10​
    :4stars:
    Isaiah Clark[/CENTER]
    P​
    6'1"​
    221​
    Hackensack, NJ​
    11​
    :2stars:
    Nick Bell[/CENTER]
    WR​
    6'4"​
    202​
    Kingwood, TX​
    11​
    :3stars:
    Andrew Brown[/CENTER]
    CB​
    5'10"​
    184​
    Titusville, FL​
    11​
    :3stars:
    Jake Stratton[/CENTER]
    TE​
    6'2"​
    235​
    Woodlyn, PA​
    13​
    :3stars:
    Geoff Anderson[/CENTER]
    DE​
    6'1"​
    223​
    Colonial Heights, VA​
    13​
    :3stars:
    John Russell[/CENTER]
    OLB​
    6'0"​
    228​
    Fort Hunt, VA​
    14​
    :3stars:
    Bryan Harrison[/CENTER]
    C​
    6'6"​
    279​
    Lexington, VA​
    14​
    :3stars:
    EJ Peterson[/CENTER]
    G​
    6'6"​
    272​
    Fredericksburg, VA​
    14​
    :3stars:
    Nolan Hobbs[/CENTER]
    DE​
    6'5"​
    298​
    Franklinton, LA​
    15​
    :3stars:
    Chad Robinson[/CENTER]
    HB​
    5'11"​
    200​
    Apex, NC​
    16​
    :3stars:
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  9. mmullen8

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    Qauck News

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  10. Archie Griffin

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    Week One - OSU 45, Marshall 0

    The Buckeyes rolled right over the Thundering Herd in week one. Leading the charge was Brandon Saine, who scored three touchdowns on the ground, and another on a slip screen pass from Tererelle Pryor. Who knows what kind of day he could have had if coach Griffin hadn't benched him in the third quarter in order to get some touches for Boom Herron and the younger backs.

    Not to be outdone by the offense and its superior running game, the Silver Bullet defense decided to go and pitch a shutout in front of the home fans. Collecting four turnovers, including two by senior pre-season All American Chimdi Chekwa (1 INT, 1 FR) and another pick by senior linebacker Ross Homan, this game was never in doubt. While the Marshall offense played hard and broke a number of tackles, there were just too many silver helmets around the ball for the Herd to have any real shot at this one. Buckeyes 45, Bad Guys 0.
     
  11. DoomsDayD1978

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    Crimson Tide Report

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    THE HOME OF CRIMSON TIDE FOOTBALL
     
  12. DoomsDayD1978

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    Week One

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    In a rain-soaked contest between the visiting San Jose State Spartans and top ranked Alabama, the Crimson Tide shook off a couple first quarter mental lapses to come away with a convincing 56-14 season opening win.

    The Spartans shocked the Tide faithful early in the first quarter. After watching the Tide jump out to a 7-0 lead on the legs of a Mark Ingram TD, the Spartans responded swiftly and with authority on a 90 yard TD strike from QB Jordan La Secla to WR K. Nunn. The Spartan glory would be short-lived as the Tide scored twice more in the first quarter to extend the lead to 21-7.

    The Tide would hold the Spartans to only 7 more points to come away with a convincing 56-14 win. On the day, the Tide used a punishing ground attack on the legs of Ingram's 169 yard rushing performance. Defensively, the Tide were led by SO LB Nico Johnson who tallied 9 tackles and 2 sacks on the day.

    Next up for the Tide, a date with #18 Penn State.
     
  13. ChaoticUT

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    nice write up but man that font is horrible to read
     
  14. vatechhokie01

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    awesome. lmao.
     
  15. AndyVanSlyke

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    This Couch is On Fire - WVU Football News

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    2010 Schedule

    Date Opponent Result Player of the Game
    8-26​
    UAB​
    W (45-0)​
    Geno Smith, QB​
    9-03[/CENTER]
    @ Marshall​
    W (48-25)​
    Noel Devine, HB​
    9-11[/CENTER]
    Maryland​
    W (40-7)​
    Chris Palmer, DT​
    9-18[/CENTER]
    @ LSU​
    W (24-21)​
    Coley White, QB and Tavon Austin, WR​
    10-02[/CENTER]
    Memphis​
    W (47-10)​
    Geno Smith, QB​
    10-07[/CENTER]
    USF​
    W (20-14)​
    Noel Devine, HB​
    10-16[/CENTER]
    Syracuse​
    W (41-21)​
    Noel Devine, HB​
    10-22[/CENTER]
    @ UCONN​
    W (31-27)​
    Geno Smith, QB​
    11-06[/CENTER]
    Cincinnati​
    W (31-14)​
    Geno Smith, QB​
    11-13[/CENTER]
    @ Louisville​
    W (25-21​
    Geno Smith, QB​
    11-19[/CENTER]
    @ Pitt​
    W (38-21)​
    Coley White, QB​
    11-27[/CENTER]
    Rutgers​
    W (31-24)​
    Coley White, QB​


    2011 WVU Recruiting Class

    ~Name~ ~Pos~ ~Pos Rank~ ~OVR~ ~Height~ ~Weight~ ~State~ ~Week~ ~Star Rating~ ~Rating~
    Bryan Ware
    OLB​
    5​
    43​
    6-4​
    235​
    Vermont​
    2​
    :4stars:
    75​
    Reggie Cary
    DT​
    5​
    68​
    6-2​
    304​
    Texas​
    3​
    :4stars:
    76​
    Vernon Carter[/CENTER]
    DE​
    25​
    184​
    6-1​
    247​
    Colorado​
    10​
    :4stars:
    77​
    Ronnie Byrd[/CENTER]
    SS​
    11​
    192​
    6-0​
    198​
    Texas​
    11​
    :4stars:
    76​
    Marcus Scott[/CENTER]
    DE​
    86​
    805​
    6-5​
    282​
    Alabama​
    13​
    :3stars:
    61​
    Brandon Brown[/CENTER]
    TE​
    23​
    704​
    6-1​
    250​
    Michigan​
    Post Season Week 1​
    :3stars:
    70​
    Matt King[/CENTER]
    FS​
    55​
    1252​
    6-1​
    176​
    Georgia​
    Post Season Week 1​
    :3stars:
    61​
    Matt McCormick[/CENTER]
    T​
    93​
    1280​
    6-3​
    287​
    Rhode Island​
    Post Season Week 1​
    :3stars:
    61​
    Nathan Ralph[/CENTER]
    T​
    92​
    1277​
    6-5​
    267​
    Mississippi​
    Post Season Week 1​
    :3stars:
    61​
    Mark Adams[/CENTER]
    QB​
    1​
    6​
    6-1​
    235​
    Pennsylvania​
    Post Season Week 1​
    :5stars:
    77​
    Keith Brown[/CENTER]
    ATH​
    57​
    1333​
    6-4​
    198​
    Pennssylvania​
    Post Season Week 1​
    :3stars:
    61​
    Brian Hansen[/CENTER]
    G​
    45​
    699​
    6-4​
    325​
    Mississippi​
    Post Season Week 1​
    :3stars:
    61​
    Jon Sykes[/CENTER]
    RB​
    72​
    976​
    5-11​
    210​
    California​
    Post Season Week 2​
    :3stars:
    61​
    Orlando Humphrey[/CENTER]
    OLB​
    130​
    1302​
    6-7​
    245​
    Georgia​
    Post Season Week 2​
    :3stars:
    61​
    Jeremy Tate[/CENTER]
    DE​
    44​
    371​
    6-6​
    261​
    Virginia​
    Post Season Week 3​
    :3stars:
    71​
    Dave McGee[/CENTER]
    G​
    80​
    N/A​
    6-2​
    315​
    Texas​
    Post Season Week 5​
    :3stars:
    61​
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  16. AndyVanSlyke

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    UAB @ WVU


    Devine, Defense Dominate Dragons

    Noel Devine ran for 2 scores to help lead WVU to an impressive 45-0 victory in their opener on Saturday. Geno Smith was brilliant in his first career start at quarterback for the Mountaineers. Smith completed 13 of his 17 passes for 173 yards and a touchdown. He also chipped in 111 yards on the ground, including a nifty 75 yard run for a touchdown.

    The WVU defense held UAB to 135 yards of offense. They recorded 4 sacks and recovered a pair of fumbles.

    The Mountaineers now begin to prepare for a trip to Huntington to take on in state rival Marshall on Saturday.

    **NO RECRUITING NEWS THIS WEEK**
     
  17. mmullen8

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    Awesome! Did you scream the "Band is on the field"
     
  18. vatechhokie01

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    Hokie Miracle Catch Opens Season
    In Blacksburg, miracle catch plus 2pt conversion sends VT into OT win

    VT 38
    Boise 31
    OT

    After a first-half missed xtra point left the Hokies down by 8 with a minute to go and no timeouts in regulation, Marcus Davis strikes lightning as miracle ball deflects off safety into his outstretched hands in route to an 83yd touchdown reception. Still needing a 2pt conversion to seal the tie and send the game into OT, the clever and shifty Tyrod Taylor did just that on a QB keeper. In OT, after a opening VT touchdown, Steven Friday's first-down sack sent an injured Kellen Clemens off to the sideline and clinched arguably the biggest opening win in VT school history. Welcome back College Football. We missed you.

    In other notes, Tyrod Taylor was named player of the game after completing 14 of 25 passes for 3 TDs and 0 INTs. Ryan Williams, the Heisman-hopeful, also ran for 164yds on 31 carries and 1 TD while Darren Evans returned from injury to add 28yds rushing on 7 carries and 1 score. On the defensive side of the ball, sophomore phenom Jayron Hosely grabbed 2 INTs while senior and new starter Steven Friday racked up 4 sacks, all coming in the late 4th and OT periods.
     
  19. vatechhokie01

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    best name of any thread that will be started this year. sorry. it is.
     
  20. DoomsDayD1978

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    Forgot to take it out when putting up the score. It was 3 in the morning...lol
     
  21. Archie Griffin

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    Funny thing is, neither of these guys were the ones I thought might flash-sign. Best thing about it is I get to drop every other DT off my board. Saves time. I have no idea what position the ATH might be best at. Skills seem to be all over the place.

    Anyone else pick up any first week signings?
     
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    The Carolina Gamecock's Story

    Welcome to your source for news on the Cocks. Indepth analysis, recruiting, and even interviews with the coaching staff are a staple of "I <3 Cocks". So be sure to tune in for all of the Cock news you can handle!

    Date Opponent Result Player of the Game
    Week 1​
    Southern Miss​
    W (51-21)​
    Marcus Lattimore, HB​
    Week 2​
    Georgia​
    W (50-32)​
    Stephen Garcia, QB​
    Week 3[/CENTER]
    Florida International​
    W (63-0)​
    Marcus Lattimore, HB​
    Week 4[/CENTER]
    @ Auburn​
    W (41-22)​
    Marcus Lattimore, HB​
    Week 6[/CENTER]
    Alabama​
    W (59-49)​
    Stephen Garcia, QB​
    Week 7[/CENTER]
    @ Kentucky​
    Week 8[/CENTER]
    @ Vanderbilt​
    Week 9[/CENTER]
    Tennessee​
    Week 10[/CENTER]
    Arkansas​
    Week 11[/CENTER]
    @ Florida​
    Week 12[/CENTER]
    Troy​
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    Troy​





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  23. Archie Griffin

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    can't ... stop ... laughing.
     
  24. vatechhokie01

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    this is filthy.
     
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    Gamecocks Down Southern Miss 51-21 at Williams Bryce

    Before a crowd of 70,000 the Carolina Gamecocks opened up the 2010 football season with a bang. It was a rousing performance for the Cocks who, behind a three touchdown performance by true freshman Marcus Latimore, were able to control the trenches and run up over 250 yards of rushing as a team. Quarterback Stephen Garcia hooked up for a pair of passing strikes and while the passing game was rarely needed, the ability to strike from anywhere on the field was shown to the rabid Cock loving faithful who celebrated well into the night in Columbia.

    Up next for the Cocks are the hated Georgia Bulldogs in a week 2 showdown of SEC East opponents. Check back tomorrow for a Cock Recruiting exclusive we like to call "Cocks of the Future".
     

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