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ON WISCONSIN!Rebels are no match for the Badgers
MADISON, Wi -- Just how good is the Badger running game? Well, in game one of BFR season 1, James White, Montae Ball and newly acquired QB Russell Wilson rushed for a combined 274 yards to lead the Badgers over the UNLV Running Rebels, 41 - 9. Soph James White also added 168 yards in the kick return game including a 94 yard return for a touchdown where he outran most of the Rebel kickoff team (highlight on dynasty wire).
Overall, it was a very good start for one of the Big Ten Favorites.
QB Russell Wilson - 4 for 9 for 114 yards and 2 TD. 6 carries for 41 yardsRB James White - 30 carries for 203 yards, 4 KO returns for 168 yards and a 1TD (94 yards)RB Montae Ball - 8 carries for 29 yards and 2 TD'sWR Nick Toon - 3 catches for 87 yards and 2 TD's
Big Ten favorite... SMH
Da'Jon McKnight>Nick Toon
NOT SO FAST . . .
USC ALMOST LOSES HOME OPENER TO MINNESOTA
Minnesota brought the ICE but USC prevails
Heidari hits his 4th 3 of the day this one as time expires
This one had upset written all over it. USC was outcoached. They were outplayed. The lost the turnover battle 2-0. How did they win? With some timely runs from Marc Tyler. The 5 star prep star waited his turn and is finally the man in L.A. He ran for 166 yards and a TD in this one. The Trojan fans wee feeling good about themselves early, when Tyler took a 2nd down draw 71 yards to pay dirt. USC would never reach the endzone again. They relied on good 3rd down defense (Minnesota 1-8), and the leg of Heidari to hit four FG's.
Coach Did: "We deserved to lose. Minnesota is a class program and they taught us alot about ours. If Minnesota doesnt win 10 games this season I will be shocked."
Player of the game
Great fuckin' picture of the kicker gettin' it done!
Great game again, I need to stop playing you because it always goes down to the wire and I almost have a heart attack!
NO VEST? NO PROBLEM!Buckeyes 41 Zips 3
Ter-who? Tress-what? The Buckeyes opened the 2011 season with an impressive win at home in front of a packed crowd at the Horseshoe, defeating the overmatched Akron Zips 41-3. The Buckeyes brought a strong, smash mouth run game with a relentless defense in the impressive (but expected) start. New head coach Luke Fickell had this to say after the game. "I was not impressed with our defense. A lot of sacks bailed us out of some points, but anyone who watched the game saw Akron moved the ball on us. If we think we are going to compete in the Big 10 with that kind of effort in the secondary, we are in for a rude awakening. A win is a win, but I want to see improvement every week from here on out. This is a starting point, and we are very far from where we want to be at the end of the season."
Fickell named Senior QB Joe Bauserman the starting quarterback heading into Saturdays game, and Bauserman looked sharp. Completing 6 of 13 passes for 126 yards might not look impressive, but there was a perfect deep ball that Bauserman put on the fingertips of DeVier Posey that was called back for clipping. He looked like the veteran leader in the huddle Fickell was expecting when naming him the starter over Freshman phenom Braxton Miller. "Joe is our guy this year. Brax will get some snaps, but I think this offense will go as far as Joe takes us."
The brightest spot on the offense for Ohio State had to be the running game. The offensive line mauled Akron all game long, and running backs Dan Herron and Jaamal Berry made the most of the blocks they were given. Herron and Berry are a two-headed monster, thunder and lighting of sorts, that should help pace the Buckeye offense all season. Berry looked especially impressive spelling for Herron, tallying up 171 electrifying yards on 17 carries.
A dominating force known as the Ohio State defensive line came into the game hungry, and throughout all 4 quarters feasted on the porous blocking of Akron and the slow decision making of Zips QB Patrick Nicely. The Buckeyes finished with 6 sacks, including 3 by Sophomore standout Adam Bellemy. This defensive line may have to pick up a less-than-stellar OSU secondary if the Buckeyes plan on consistently stopping the pass.
TOP PERFORMERS OF THE WEEKHB Jaamal Berry: 17 Att 171 Yds 3 TDsHB Dan Herron: 15 Att 75 Yds 2 TDsDE Adam Bellemy: 3 Sacks
UP NEXT: TOLEDO WEEK 3
LINCOLN, NEB -
What looked to be a season opening win for the #16 ranked Cornhuskers turned into a season opening nightmare. A foe that they were all too familiar with sparked an upset yet again.
The Washington Huskies came into Lincoln with a chip on their shoulder. They defeated Nebraska in the 2010 Holiday Bowl, ending the season with a stunning upset in a game many experts picked them to lose. Despite the bowl victory, the Cornhuskers were still ranked higher by most coming into the 2011 season. This did not sit well with the Huskies, and they brought a fearless attitude into Memorial Stadium to face Nebraska and their rabid sea of red in the stands.
Things did not look good for UW to start the game as Nebraska scored on their first possession of the game giving them an early 7-0 lead. Not to be counted out, the Huskies answered right back scoring on their first possession as well, tying it up at 7 a piece. However, in the 1st quarter UW lost star RB Chris Polk with a concussion. Polk did not return the rest of the game but he is expected to be back week 3 against Purdue.
It was evident early on that this game was going to be a defensive battle and a war for field position. Whoever could capitalize first was more than likely going to walk away the victor. Washington and Nebraska ended up tied at 10 going into the locker rooms at halftime in a hard fought first half.
Both teams turned up the D even more in the 2nd half, shutting eachother down entirely through the 3rd quarter. However, in the 4th quarter the Huskies charged ahead, scoring twice on a goal line leap by FB Zach Fogerson, and a 9 yard scamper by spell-back Deontae Cooper. This gave the Huskies a 24-10 lead and that proved to be enough to best the Cornhuskers and put an early blemish on their 2011 season.
UW Top Performers
RB Jesse Callier 21 AT 83 YDS, 1 REC 25 YDS
MLB Cort Dennison 5 TCKLS 1 FF
good job stealing my fucking formula on my recaps clown
ONE of the big ten favorites. The others being Ohio State, Iowa and possibly Michigan.
His is a little different there buddy boy
Here are some pics and vids from my game with Sir Diddy
Colorado Buffs Runningback Rod Stewart rushes for 160 yards on 25 carries with 2 TD's in a Rocky Mountain Showdown Victory
COLORADO BUFFALOES: 37COLORADO STATE RAMS: 10
At a packed Invesco Field in downtown Denver, Colorado, the Rocky Mountain Showdown didn't disappoint the sold out crowd who came to the season opener for both respective teams. The game started out fairly slow as neither team was able to gain vantage on their respective defenses. just under 5 minutes into the first quarter, the stadium erupted as Buffs QB Tyler Hansen checked down to RB Rod Stewart, who took a quick pass for 82 yards and a score. With 7 point lead the Buffs started to settle in offensively, but began to put the the screws into the Colorado State offensive unit. Rams QB Pete Thomas was having trouble finding open receivers, resulting in many scramble opportunities. The Buffs kept the Rams offense extremely in check as MLB Jon Major perused the field, totaling 14 tackles in the game. OLB Lilola Nobriga also performed well tallying 8 tackles on the day.
The second quarter would move fairly slow as both teams defensive units made adjustments, holding the Buffs to 2 FG's and the Rams finally getting on the board as time expired before Halftime. After reviewing film and strategy at halftime, the Buffs returned after halftime with answers to their qualms. The Buffs would then put up 10 points in the 3rd off of a long drive, capped by a Rod Stewart 5 yard run and a Castor 28 yard FG. The Rams would score their first TD of the contest on a 80 yard pass to Byron Steele who snuck behind team captain, FS John Polk.
With the score 23-10 at the start of the fourth, it appeared to still be in reach for the Rams. The Buffs in relying on their workhorse Rod Stewart, would drive down the field and cap off a long drive witha 6 yard QB sneak by Tyler Hansen, bringing the score to 30-10 and seemingly out of reach. The Rams determined to make up the disparity in haste, made a foolish decision, throwing into coverage. Buffs CB Jonathan Hawkins stepped in front of a flat route, intercepting it and taking it 72 yards to the house to close out the game at 37-10.
Player of the Game was given to RB Rod Stewart who rushed for 160 yards on 25 carries with 2 TD's, 1 catch for 82 yards with a TD.
The Colorado Buffs 1-0 (0-0) will get ready for their week 2 game against Hawaii and their conference opener against Cal in week 3.
"Big" Rod Stewart beasted those Rams!
Dude's so tiny, 5'6" 165 lbs
That's not what she said
Week 1: @ New Mexico StateResult: Win 34-10
Summary:The Cardinal, under new head coach Davis Shaw, made the trek into New Mexico to face the NMSU Aggies. After a sluggish opening possession and falling down by a field goal, Stanford struck quick, scoring 14 points in 18 seconds. A seven play drive was capped off by a 3 yard touchdown run by Stepfan Taylor. Two plays later, junior Myles Muagututia picked up a fumble forced by sophomore outside linebacker Blake Lueders and returned it 54 yards for the touchdown. At the half, Stanford held a narrow 17-10 lead over the Aggies. Any first half rust was wiped away in the 2nd, as the Cardinal took over. Outscoring the Aggiest, 17-0, Heisman front-runner Andrew Luck decided it was time to play. After throwing two interceptions in the first half, Luck connected with his receivers, resulting in a 22 yard touchdown pass to Chris Owusu and a 37 yard strike to Jamal R Patterson. The Stanford defense stepped up, holding NMSU to 2.8 yards per carry and forcing two turnovers.
Stanford Top Performers:RB Stefan Taylor: 23 carries for 121 yards and 1 TDTE Coby Fleener: 3 receptions for 87 yardsMLB Shayne Skov: 6 tackles and 2 sacksSS Myles Muagututia: 3 tackles, 1 fumble recovery and 1 TDK Eric Whitaker: 2 for 3 FG (long of 38), 4 for 4 XP
Up Next:Week 3 @ Michigan
Stanford vs Michigan is going to be a good game
Yea sandbagging sob...
Michigan shits the bed. Not once but twice..I'm not even discussing the disgrace I have.
You are still in the Big 10 race dont lose focus my man
nah im not..just gonna be a battle..
Not if my Golden Showers have anything to say about it. His hopes are going to be washed away literally!
Your Golden Showers will be flushed
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