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The Cornell Chronicles

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by TheCrumbIsHere, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. TheCrumbIsHere

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    Season 5: 2016
    Record: 7-6(5-4 in the Ivy)
    Game # Opponent Location Result Notes
    1 UMass HOME 47-44 (3 OT) WIN Another classic opener against a former MAC School. This time it only took 3 OT to knock off one of the weaker MAC schools in UMass. This game involved an injury to my starting QB and my freshman QB came in and did a good job in bailing me out.
    2 Syracuse AWAY 42-10 LOSS The Cuse were in control again.
    3 Kent State HOME 37-6 WIN Probably my first cruise control game ever.
    4 Delaware AWAY 28-10 WIN Disappointing to not get a chance to play against GridironUser in this epic rematch but I was able to cruise despite his QB being extremely dominant.
    5 Columbia(TheeAmazingness) HOME 38-14 WIN One of the rare lopsided wins for me against a former User.
    6 Penn HOME 22-17 WIN Game Simmed.
    7 Georgetown(JQwon) AWAY 41-10 LOSS Qwon wins again, what's new?
    8 Yale(DirtyCashDylan) AWAY 56-28 LOSS Kept it interesting for a while but Dylan pulled away.
    9 Dartmouth(IrishBearcat) HOME 24-17 LOSS Was in control of the game when IrishBearcat pulls off a miracle by forcing a fumble of my QB late in the fourth quarter. Proceeded to sucker punch to victory with a long pass that wins the game for Irish. Second straight year we played a nice classic game.
    10 Howard(Qwigly) AWAY 14-10 WIN Qwigly controls the game except for one extremely nice drive from myself and a huge pick 6 early on allows me to push my user record to 2-0 vs Qwigly. Tough, tough game for a very good defensive player.
    11 Brown(Nikpin) HOME 42-28 LOSS Hung in there pretty good against the best team in the Ivy League and the best team in the Country.
    12 Princeton(CoachG72) HOME 14-10 WIN Won this defensive slugfest against the new guy CoachG. Was a huge win and was a nice nod to my star QB Will Rogers to win in his final home game in Ithaca.
    BOWL Navy(Military Bowl) NEUTRAL 35-28 LOSS Navy wins the third meeting in a rematch of last year's Military Bowl. In this game I was behind 21-0 and fought back but the computer made the plays when needed to win the Military Bowl over me for the second straight year.


    Season 4: 2015
    Record: 7-6(5-4 in the Ivy)
    Game # Opponent Location Result Notes
    1 Buffalo HOME 27-20 WIN Tough opener that amounted to a win. Had to recover from a 10-0 hole and a defensive goal line stand ended up saving me in this game.
    2 Ball State AWAY 55-17 LOSS Ball State's QB was perfect in the first half in this game and there was no prayer for me at all.
    3 Navy HOME 43-37(4 OT) WIN One of the better games that I've played against the CPU, it was a tough overtime filled contest that was ultimately won with a defensive INT and a touchdown.
    4 Delaware(xGridironUser) HOME 34-17 WIN The most cerebral game of NCAA I've ever played. It was a phenomenal game that was unfortunately cut short due to a disconnect.
    5 Columbia(TheeAmazingness) AWAY 34-7 WIN One of the first user games where everything went my way.
    6 Harvard HOME 38-31 LOSS Rallied from a 21-0 first quarter deficit to take a lead in the second half but the comeback kids of Cornell were unable to win this one at the end. Harvard would score with under a minute left to win the game and a Rogers INT would end Cornell's chances.
    7 Penn(Gyrene) AWAY 34-24 LOSS
    8 Georgetown(JQwon) HOME 35-21 LOSS
    9 Dartmouth(IrishBearcat) AWAY 28-21 WIN First ever win vs IrishBearcat and it was an outstanding effort.
    10 Howard(Qwigly) HOME 28-12 WIN Game that clinched my first bowl appearance at Cornell
    11 Brown(Nikpin) AWAY 28-21 LOSS
    12 Princeton(Dean Evans) AWAY 27-6 WIN
    BOWL Navy(Military Bowl) NEUTRAL 17-13 LOSS


    Season 3: 2014
    Record: 3-9(3-6 in the Ivy)
    Game # Opponent Location Result Notes
    1 Northwestern AWAY 66-14 LOSS
    2 Army HOME 49-7 LOSS Army was ranked #23.
    3 Eastern Michigan AWAY 57-14 LOSS I knew this season was going to be rough when my alma mater puts up 57 on my defense.
    4 Dartmouth(IrishBearcat) AWAY 16-3 LOSS Irish's return to the league was a tough, defensive battle that went his way.
    5 Princeton AWAY 36-29 LOSS
    6 Penn HOME 21-17 WIN
    7 Georgetown(JQwon) HOME 49-0 LOSS
    8 Delaware(Gridironguru) AWAY 59-42 LOSS First battle against xGridironGuru and his offense was impossible to stop in this contest. Needless to say my offense was pretty successful against him as well.
    9 Yale(DirtyCashDylan) HOME 37-15 LOSS
    10 Brown(Nikpin) AWAY 31-17 LOSS
    11 Columbia HOME 31-24 WIN
    12 Howard(Qwigly) AWAY 35-14 WIN First ever meeting against Qwigly goes my way.



    Season 2: 2013
    Record: 3-9(3-6 in the Ivy)
    Game # Opponent Location Result Notes
    1 Akron AWAY 45-6 LOSS
    2 Auburn AWAY 52-0 LOSS
    3 Penn AWAY 27-7 LOSS
    4 Howard AWAY 24-12 LOSS
    5 Columbia HOME 35-14 WIN
    6 Harvard AWAY 27-17 WIN
    7 Yale(DirtycashDylan) HOME 22-10 LOSS
    8 Brown(Nikpin) HOME 41-35 W First ever win vs Nikpin. Was an awesome game and a very sweet victory to get.
    9 Bucknell(Steamer43) AWAY 21-3 LOSS
    10 Duke AWAY 24-17 LOSS
    11 Delaware AWAY 31-14 LOSS
    12 Georgetown(JQwon) HOME 41-3 LOSS



    Season 1: 2012
    Record: 2-10(2-7 in the Ivy)
    Week # Opponent Location Result Notes
    2 Buffalo HOME 37-14 Loss Was originally a VICTORY before the Heisman Change
    3 Syracuse AWAY 52-17 Loss Wasn't even really close for a first game. Solely a money game although the offense showed a few positive signs throughout the first half.
    4 Michigan AWAY 49-0 Loss Was back home for this one and the comment from my dad: "Oh, that looks really fair." Indeed it wasn't.
    5 Howard(Recchem2000) AWAY 31-17 Loss Started off in this game up 14-0 and kept it close for a while. Recchem would pull away in the second half to take control.
    6 Columbia(IrishBearcat09) HOME 49-7 Loss Needless to say the Home Ivy League debut wasn't even a contest. Absolutely nothing worked as Irish would pull out to a 42-7 halftime lead and would lay off in the second half.
    7 Harvard(Full Moon Fever) AWAY 27-13 Loss Another game where I had the lead, 10-6 at halftime and things wouldn't work out in the second half.
    8 Yale(DirtycashDylan) HOME 34-17 WIN The first win of the season was truly memorable and was paced by an outstanding performance by the defense. It was also extra sweet to finally pull off a win vs Dylan for the first time, even though everything really went against him.
    9 Brown(Nikpin) AWAY 31-3 LOSS Typical game vs Nik; everything went his way.
    10 Bucknell(Steamer43) HOME 14-6 WIN My decent luck vs Steamer continues as a late touchdown pass in the first half and a kickoff return for a TD paced an outstanding defensive effort in the 14-6 upset.
    11 Delaware(The Bear) AWAY 33-24 LOSS The Bear manages to put up 14 points on me within 1 minute of the game starting thanks to him returning the kickoff for a TD and then scoring off of a turnover. However, after the game hit 30-3 Delaware, Cornell made a furiour rally to pull within 6 but a FG would clinch the game for the Bear
    12 Princeton(Cougars) HOME 31-13 LOSS Another game where I started off great with a 10-0 lead and Cougars would then put together some of the best offensive drives I've seen out of anyone.
    13 Georgetown(JQwon) HOME 24-7 LOSS It was all about three interceptions returned for a TD by the same guy. Needless to say that didn't work out too well.



    2012 Recruits:
    # Name Position Caliber Ht Wt Hometown Projected Overall Notes
    1 Chad Horne TE :3stars: 6'3 267 Phillipsburg, NJ 67(+3) #613(#23 TE)
    2 Josh Johnson G :3stars: 6'6 302 Moorhead, MN 64(-3) #440(#22 G)
    3 Brandon White T :2stars: 6'5 266 Atlantic City, NJ 57(-2) #1560 (#109 T) *Recruited for Depth at T position
    4 Jason Taylor DE :3stars: 6'2 218 Roosevell, NY 63(-3) #361(#21 DE)
    5 Marcus Taylor MLB :2stars: 6'2 236 Elmira, NY 62(+8) #2102(#96 MLB)
    6 Tye Harris FB :1stars: 6'1 247 Batavia, NY 44(+4) #2677(#59 FB) *Recruited based on need for a FB. Sort of eh, but fills the need.
    7 Marcus Smith HB :3stars: 5'10 216 Shirley, NY 65(+6) #1266(#120 HB)
    8 John Abrams OLB :2stars: 6'3 234 Oswego, NY 63(+7) #2014(#169 OLB)
    9 Eric Miller MLB :3stars: 6'1 245 Newmarket, NH 67(+4) #1002(#48 MLB) *Like the 83 speed/92 accel
    10 Jason Horne DT :2stars: 6'1 270 North Tonawanda, NY 61(+9) #2114(#146 DT)
    11 Kaleb Olsen(JUCO) P :1stars: 6'3 225 Livingston, NJ 81(+6) #2332(#34 P) *Needed a P, here he is.


    2012 Statistics:

    Passing:
    Name Passing Stats TD INT
    Jamaal Meeks 78/167 6 20
    Tony Marquardt 22/48 2 7


    Rushing:
    Name Rushing Stats TD
    Terry Ward 89/223 0
    Bryson Hickman 86/167 2
    Nick Ingraham 39/41 1


    Receiving:
    Name Receiving Stats TD
    Tony Chance 43/813 5
    Jimmy Dobzinsk 27/422 1
    Bryson Hickman 14/278 2
    Nick Ingraham 10/238 1
    Matt Petty 3/89 0
    J.R. Willis 6/79 0
    Aaron Mann 2/67 1


    Kicking:
    Name FG Stats XP Stats LONG POINTS
    Morgan Holiday 10/12 19/19 49 49


    Defense:
    Name POS TACK TFL SACK INT FF FREC
    Reggie Gray MLB 53 7 0 1 1 0
    Terry Kane ROLB 47 22 7 2 2 0
    Zach Wheatley FS 35 1 0 2 0 0
    Joe Brooks SS 29 8 0 1 1 1
    Ryan Petty RE 28 14 4 1 1 0
    Justin Nunez LOLB 25 12 5 4 1 1
    Kevin Brunner LE 24 15 6 0 1 0
    Joe Treangen CB 24 4 0 3 1 0
    Stephen Callah CB 24 0 0 2 2 1
    Dwayne Causey DT 16 6 4 0 0 2
    Wayne Sands DT 15 8 6 0 1 1
    Patrick Tatum SS 15 0 0 0 1 0
    Nick Cotton CB 14 0 0 1 0 0
     
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    2016 Recruits:
    # Name Position Caliber Ht Wt Projected Overall Notes
    1 Bryan Adams DE :3stars: 6'7 270 67(+3) #64 DE
    2 Blake Goode TE :4stars: 6'4 235 68(-2) #11 TE
    3 Brad Vaughn ATH :4stars: 5'9 206 67(-1) #35 ATH
    4 Albert Robinson MLB :3stars: 5'11 228 63(-1) #51 MLB
    5 Jeremy Hodges CB :3stars: 5'10 174 63(+3) #131 CB
    6 Brian Howell OLB :3stars: 6'1 212 67(-2) #21 OLB
    7 Jovon Richardson SS :3stars: 6'7 196 62(+0) #50 SS
    8 Henry Jones CB :4stars: 6'1'' 186 67(-3) #26 CB
    9 Brad Munoz OLB :3stars: 6'1'' 249 61(+3) #54 OLB
    10 Jeremy Evans DT :4stars: 6'2'' 186 65(-3) #17 DT
    11 Josh Cohen ATH :4stars: 5'11'' 185 77(+7) #31 ATH * QB to be
    12 Damon Barker DE :3stars: 6'3 247 62(+3) #92 DE
    13 Shannon Peterson FB :1stars: 6'0 251 69(-2) #3 FB
    14 Brad Johnson MLB :3stars: 6'1 248 64(+0) #25 MLB
    15 Randall White OLB :3stars: 6'1'' 186 60(+3) #63 OLB
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    2015 Recruits:
    # Name Position Caliber Ht Wt Projected Overall Notes
    1 Anthony Washington HB :4stars: 5'11'' 194 71 #7 HB
    2 Tony Bentley CB :3stars: 6'1 200 69(+2) #42 CB
    3 Greg Smith MLB :3stars: 6'1'' 264 68(+1) #9 MLB
    4 Carnell Dawson ATH :3stars: 5'10 208 67(+2) #51 ATH
    5 Barrett Jackson G :4stars: 5'11 296 67(-7) #10 G
    6 Jeff King ATH :3stars: 6'6 218 66(+2) #54 ATH
    7 Ken O'Brien WR :4stars: 5'11' 191 66(+1) #51 WR
    8 Adam Johnson MLB :3stars: 6'3'' 230 65(+5) #70 MLB
    9 Ryan Dunn CB :3stars: 5'10'' 176 65(-2) #33 CB
    10 Kevin Brown CB :3stars: 5'11'' 179 65(-1) #38 CB
    11 Erik Mcmahan WR :3stars: 6'0'' 192 64(+1) #118 WR
    12 Nic Stewart WR :4stars: 6'4 215 63(-2) #54 WR
    13 Justin Jackson CB :3stars: 5'11 193 63(+2) #71 CB
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