Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by jello1717, May 30, 2012.
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ASU survives their most trying CPU game in about a decade. PSU jumped out to a 17-0 lead and then a 24-7 lead thanx in no small part to QB Ken Hall's 3 INTs in a quarter and a half. Following the 3rd he was yoked and backup Kyle Estes came in and righted the ship. ASU was able to come back thanx in no small part to PSU's QB's 3 INTs. It was an ugly game as both teams threw 3 INTs, lost 1 fumble, and PSU had 2 total fumbles while ASU fumbled 3 times in the game. The offense looked better with Estes in the game, but it was special teams and defense that got us back in the game. Down 17-0 true FR HB Dan Jones returned the kickoff 96 yards using some nifty moves to get ASU on the board. ASU's 3rd TD came from a pick 6 by new starting MLB Matt Scott on an inexplicable pass with PSU up by 17 with 40s left in the first half and the ball inside their own 20. Don't ask me why the hell he threw it. As is always the case, the CPU was incapable of doing shit in the 2nd half and ASU outscored them 27-7 in the 2nd.
HB Dan Jones - 282 AP yards - KR for TD
QB Kyle Estes - 244.4, 10/13 (76%), 220 yds, TD
HB Barry Joseph - 16 car, 155 yds, 9.6 YPC, TD
WR Luke Palmer - 3 rec, 109 yds, 36.3 AVG, TD
MLB Matt Scott - 6 tkls, INT, TD
Oklahoma came out running their no huddle offense and kept on it the entire game. It was tied at 14 in the first before UGA took a 21-14 lead late in the first half. The score stayed that way throughout the 3rd, until the Bulldogs went on a 12 play drive that ended with a TD in the first minute of the 4th quarter. OU would come right back scoring less than 2 minutes later to bring it back to a one score game. When UGA could not get anything going, the Sooners had a chance to tie with under 3 minutes to play. Thankfully for the home crowd, OLB Will Moore intercepted a pass in the flat and took it back for a TD to put the Bulldogs up 14.
QB Allen 16/25 283 yards, 2 TDs, INT
HB Lewis 19 att, 97 yards, 2 TDs
WR Schmidt, 8 rec, 201 yards, TD
Ole Miss 47
Ole Miss kicked off the season with a 47-7 win over the Ducks. Ole Miss is breaking in new starters at all the skill positions on O but didn't miss a beat. QB Cole Wilson finally got his chance to start and didn't disappoint. Wilson was 19/28 247yrds and 4td's and looked very good for his first start. Wilson's favorite target was Thomas Ford who had 6rec for 85yrs and 3td's. The ground game was lead by Soph RB Clayton Lowe had 97yrds on 16att and 1td while true FR RB Charles Jamison had 45yrds on 9att. The main story was the Ole Miss D who seems to be mid-season form. Ole Miss held Oregon to 144 total yrds and held their ground game to 42yrds rushing on 22att for a 1.9yrd avg per att.
Big whoop! I held PSU's passing attack to only 405 yards. Lemme see someone top that!
ASU dominated the first half as their offense was unstoppable. QB Hall overcame a horrific game 1 with 200+ yards and 3 TDs passing in the first half. The Devils defense was extremely stout as ASU took a 31-3 lead into the half. The 2nd half was a completely different story. For the 2nd week in a row ASU's true FR HB Dan Jones took the opening kickoff of the 2nd half back for a TD. ASU wouldn't score again until 2:29 remained in the game. Northwestern however was able to put up 25 in the 2nd half, but it wasn't enough.
QB Ken Hall - 250.8, 13/18 (72%), 265 yds, 3 TD, 0 INT - 14 car, 42 yds, 3.0 YPC (this is deceiving as he had a long of 43 so he had 13 carries for -1 yard), TD
HB Barry Joseph - 9 car, 60 yds, 6.6 YPC, TD
HB Dan Jones - 4 car, 39 yds, 9.7 YPC - 5 KR, 209 yds, 41.8 AVG, long of 104, TD - 4 PR, 47 yds, 11.7 AVG
WR Alex Jones - 3 rec, 94 yds, 31.3 AVG, TD
MLB Alonzo White - 9 tkls (6 solo)
After 2 pass happy (by coach Jello standards) games, ASU got back to running the ball with a 52 carry, 13 pass day. The D played amazingly (although they still gave up too many damned yards) and it's tough to argue with 312 yards and 5 TDs on the ground for the offense.
QB Ken Hall - 218.4, 10/11 (91%), 167 yds
HB Barry Joseph - 15 car, 120 yds, 8.0 YPC, 4 TD
HB Marcus McCoy - 13 car, 104 yds, 8.0 YPC, TD
WR Alex Jones - 5 rec, 90 yds, 18.0 AVG
FS Curtis Wayne - 2 tkls, TFL, sack, INT, defl, FF (talk about a stat sheet stuffer!)
Why am I the only one still posting game summaries?
Ole Miss 15
ASU, the only team able to knock off eventual national champion Ole Miss last season, handled business once again, as they defeated them on the road for the 2nd year in a row. Like last season the Devils' defense played very well, holding the nation's #1 scoring offense to only 9 points (the special teams allowed a 105 yard KO return). ASU's offense played pretty well for most of the game. They used a balanced attack to take a 21-6 lead into the half. With a 24-9 lead entering the 4th quarter ASU went almost solely on the ground and marched the ball down the field while eating up the clock. The Rebs were unable to stop the ground attack and that drive was capped off by Ken Hall's 2nd TD pass of the game, both to WR Luke Palmer. On the ensuing kickoff ASU once again kicked it deep into the end zone but the Ole Miss return man was fed up with not getting to return any kicks so he fielded it 5 yards deep in the end zone. 105 yards later he brought the Rebels back to within 16 (following the failed 2 point conversion) but that was as close as Ole Miss would get.
QB Ken Hall - 161.9, 13/20 (65%), 176 yds, 2 TD, 1 INT - 14 car, 55 yds, 3.9 YPC
WR Luke Palmer - 3 rec, 91 yds, 30.3 AVG, 2 TD
OLB Travis Lester - 8 tkls, 2 TFL, sack
CB William King - 6 tkls, 4 defl (3 of those should've been INTs, 2 of them pick 6s, but he's had stone hands his entire career)
HB Lowe - 16 car, 100 yds, 6.25 YPC
Yes it was a game of should've. My TE had the ball bounce off his head with the slant in the endzone and then my CB dropped a pass on your famous quick out that would have been 6. To bad this is our last year fnally being a 6* I have a bunch of recruits that are all speed which would neutralize that video game offense of yours.
Video game offense? What does that mean?
Those are fighting words. Haha
I use video game defense to shut him down. Even when I lost in the NC to jello1717 he only scored like 17 points. It can be done UofCWildcat !
This was another great game between myself and Masler. Both of our previous games were spearated by a FG and this one was just as close. The Bulldogs jumped out to an early lead thanks to a Stanford INT deep inside their own territory. The Bulldogs used that TD to go up 14-3 into halftime.
After the break the Cardinal came out with more energy and began movin the ball well and holding UGA to a few quick possessions that resulted in punts. Stanford took a 17-14 lead scoring back to back TDs in he 3rd. But UGA backup QB Josh McFadden would lead the team right back hitting his TE on 3rd and goal. Stanford would take the lead again midway through the 4th putting a lot of pressure on the sophomore McFadden. He responded with a long drive that ended with TE Phil Wilson's 2nd TD catch of the game with just 55 seconds left and 1 timeout for Stanford. The Cardinal got the ball near midfield and had two chucks at a hail Mary, but both were batted down giving UGA the win.
QB McFadden 16/25, 205 yards, 3 TD, 7 att, 49 yards rushing
HB Key 13 att, 81 yards
TE Wilson 4 rec, 41 yards, 2 TD
QB Morris 14/26, 173 yards, 2 TD, INT
HB Jackson 21 att, 161 yards, TD
WR Johnson 3 rec, 61 yards, TD
Not with the team i had. It CAN be done but i had no speed on defense. A lot of big hitters and a lot of blitzers. Corners couldn't keep up in the system i run
I honestly don't understand why you haven't figured this out yet, but it's never been my offense that has beaten you. It's always been my defense that has done it. Bill said that even in my win I only scored 17 points. Guess what. 17 points (or even 10) still beats you every time.
Yes i know. But i give up too many big plays which puts you to 17. If i had the speed to stop the big plays, you'd maybe score 9. My offense is just a freaking mess. I never got it going so your amazing defense along with that spelled disaster.
You wanna try a different argument?
What game is that? I don't think that was any of the past two match-ups. And that was because you didn't have much room for big plays because of my INTs. A lot of your starting field positions were in my territory dude to those picks.
That was 2 games ago in 2019.
Well yeah, INT Machine over here gave you a bunch of short fields
Which fully supports my point. My offense didn't get big plays, yet I still won 31-0 because of my D. You stopped the big plays, yet I still scored more than 9, not that it mattered because you didn't score 9.
Yeah but my defense was better the last year i played (hence the last time we played i did pretty well defensively). But yes, no need for big plays when your D does work like it always has against me
That would be the year that I hung 27 on you, right. I know our standards of "good" defense aren't the same, but damn!
It was close through most of the game but then i just gave up at the end because it was futile. There's nothing offensively i can do and if you score 14 points because i threw picks inside my 45 then so be it.
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