Week 1 2011

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  1. DirtycashDylan

    DirtycashDylan I came here to scheme and chew bubblegum...

    Jul 10, 2009
    Week 1 2011

    All Cpu games so let's keep powering through with our 24 hour schedule and I'll advance again late Monday night/Tuesday morning.

    I did the best I could on the schedules. Man, are they a bitch. Btw, I scheduled WKU 2 home games because my Temple game got moved to @Temple last year and I didn't get a home game. If that happens to you guys let me know. Not sure why scheduling is still as glitchy as it has been for years.
  2. DirtycashDylan

    DirtycashDylan I came here to scheme and chew bubblegum...

    Jul 10, 2009
    Welcome to Week 1!
    Remember to visit dynasty.easports.com to publish your own stories.

    =============== Eastern Michigan Eagles (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Eagles travel to West Lafayette to face the Purdue Boilermakers (0-0).

    =============== Idaho Vandals (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Vandals travel to Boulder to face the Colorado Buffaloes (0-0).

    =============== Kent State Golden Flashes (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Golden Flashes travel to Columbus to face the #1 Ohio State Buckeyes (0-0).

    =============== Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Hilltoppers travel to Cincinnati to face the Cincinnati Bearcats (0-0).

    =============== UAB Blazers (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Blazers travel to Tucson to face the Arizona Wildcats (0-0).

    =============== UL Monroe Warhawks (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Warhawks travel to Austin to face the #11 Texas Longhorns (0-0).

    =============== Western Michigan Broncos (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Broncos travel to Madison to face the #5 Wisconsin Badgers (0-0).

    =============== Arkansas State Red Wolves (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Red Wolves travel to Fayetteville to face the #6 Arkansas Razorbacks (0-0).

    =============== Utah State Aggies (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Aggies travel to Fresno to face the Fresno State Bulldogs (0-0).

    =============== Army Black Knights (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Black Knights travel to Pittsburgh to face the #18 Pittsburgh Panthers (0-0).

    =============== UL Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Ragin' Cajuns travel to Baton Rouge to face the LSU Tigers (0-0).
  3. JQwon13

    JQwon13 Walk On

    Apr 15, 2010
    Kent St. @ #1 Ohio St

    In week one, the battle over the state of Ohio would fire up as Kent St went in to Columbus to take on the nation's top team in Ohio State. Most of the nation anticipated the blowout and on paper, that seemed likely. However, someone forgot to inform coach JQwon and the Golden Flashes.

    The defense came out with something to prove as they stifled the Buckeyes offense early. Meanwhile after continuing to hand the Kent St. offense good field position, the offense finally turned it into points with a 40-yard fieldgoal at the beginning of the second quarter for a 3-0 lead. The Buckeyes would finally respond with a touchdown and would go into halftime with a 7-3 lead. After both defenses dominated the third quarter, the battle of Ohio would come down to a pivotal 4th quarter with the Buckeyes clinging to a 7-3 lead.

    Finally mounting an offense, Ohio State ran the ball down the throat of a tired Golden Flash defense. But on third and goal from the 1-yard line, the Golden Flash defense proved they still had a little left in the tank as senior safety Zach Gonosz crashed down to make the stop at the 1-inch line to keep his team in the game. After the ensuing field goal, Kent St would start from their own 27 with 1:55 to go. They would promptly advance the ball to midfield before taking a sack and lining up for a key 3rd and 15. Quarterback Spencer Keith would see an open receiver running a deep drag at about 12 yards and fire the ball. However, in some sort of freak play, the Ohio St corner standing at the line of scrimmage 10 yards away from Keith, would jump 10 feet in the air and bat down a pass being thrown to a guy 12 yards behind him.

    In hopes of his defense being the better route than a 4th and 15 from midfield, coach JQwon would punt the ball away with all his timeouts remaining and 1:17 left. Despite pinning the Buckeyes back at the 5, the Golden Flash defense was out of steam and couldn't hold the Buckeye rushing attack as they were able to pick up the first down and run out the clock. Final score 10-3.

    After the game freshman middle linebacker Adam Collins was asked what happened on that final drive. "I was fo real tired son. Dem niggas be runnin up and down a mother fucka like we be runnin from da police. I just tryin to make dat paper. I didn't sign up fo dis shit," Collins said.
  4. TheCrumbIsHere

    TheCrumbIsHere Walk On

    Jun 5, 2010
    Purdue 24- EMU 12

    Considering the fact that EMU has been a doormat program for a long time, this is the type of result that actually is quite encouraging for the EMU Faithful. EMU forced four turnovers from Purdue, including one interception that went back for a Touchdown.

    This particular contest was a 7-3 game after one quarter and only 14-3 at halftime. In the third quarter, the Eagles came out and scored a FG to make it 14-6. Purdue then threw an interception which EMU ran back all the way to make the score 14-12. EMU tried the 2-point conversion to tie the game up but to no avail. Purdue would proceed to then score on a 56 yard FG and a fumble for TD from the 7 yard line to conclude the scoring at 24-12.

    Still though, a halfway ok result for EMU to start off the 2011 campaign. Beware folks, EMU actually might have found a bit of a passing game.
  5. Bl0ndeRedHead

    Bl0ndeRedHead Official TSO Pothead

    Jul 31, 2010
    Arkansas 33, Arkansas State 21


    Wright catches a 21-yard TD from Mallett

    In what was a closer game than most expected, #6 Arkansas defeated in-state rival Arkansas State 33-21 on the back of Ryan Mallett, who went 23/26 for 281 yards and 5 TDs. Arkansas couldn't be stopped, punting only once on the day. RB Ronnie Wingo had 172 yards rushing and a receiving TD.

    Arkansas State, meanwhile, couldn't catch anything, dropping the ball 9 collective times as a team, 3 times in the endzone (once as time expired in the first half on a hail mary that went through the hands of a wide open Stockemeyer). Aplin finished with 330 passing yards, a career high. Lawson finished with 54 rushing yards and a rushing TD.

    Arkansas State came to play, and looks vastly improved from last year. Let's see how this year goes for the Red Wolves.​

  6. DirtycashDylan

    DirtycashDylan I came here to scheme and chew bubblegum...

    Jul 10, 2009

    Cincy dominated early with 3 of their first 4 offensive snaps going for long TD runs (see highlights) the first being a 67 yarder from RB I.Pead (not making that up) out of the shotgun. I. Pead ran 12 times for 213 yards and 3 TDs. WKU was then able to march down the field and get 3. Cincy's QB then kept the read option for a 78 yarder with incredible blocking from Cincy's recievers. Cincy then holds WKU to a punt but WKU is able to down it on the one. Cincy comes out in 4WR and throws a quick strike to the sideline where they are stopped. 2nd down on the 2. Cincy no huddles and audibles down to a goalline formation while WKU remains in the nickel but crowds the line. Pead then runs a dive, over multiple defenders, for a 98 yard TD. Things didn't get easier in the first quarter for WKU when star tailback Rainey got taken out of the game with a shoulder injury. "Why the hell does that idiot have him in there returning kicks anyway!" shouted an angry fan.
    The Hilltoppers were able to exchange punches with Cincy in the 2nd quarter using Jakes improved accuracy.
    A few turnovers later, the 4th saw WKU only down 5, 4th down on the 12 yard line, :05 left in the game. Jakes hit Brooks on a post in the endzone. WKU wins!

    Kawaun Jakes aka JQwon went 20 for 38 for 464 yards and 2 TDs with 1 pic.

    First Quarter
    06:43 TD Cincinnati Isaiah Pead HB #23 67 yard rush
    04:06 FG Western Kentucky Monte Merrick K #11 36 yard field goal
    03:52 TD Cincinnati Zach Collaros QB #12 78 yard rush
    00:44 TD Cincinnati Isaiah Pead HB #23 2 yard rush
    Second Quarter
    06:32 TD Western Kentucky Jamarielle Brown WR #81 10 yard pass from Kawaun Jakes QB #6
    02:30 TD Cincinnati Isaiah Pead HB #23 98 yard rush
    01:11 TD Western Kentucky Avery Hibbitt FB #26 2 yard rush
    00:16 TD Cincinnati Orion Woodard WR #84 24 yard pass from Zach Collaros QB #12
    00:00 FG Western Kentucky Monte Merrick K #11 36 yard field goal
    Third Quarter
    04:13 FG Western Kentucky Monte Merrick K #11 24 yard field goal
    Forth Quarter
    04:48 TD Western Kentucky Avery Hibbitt FB #26 1 yard rush
    03:45 TD Cincinnati Darrin Williams HB #2 49 yard rush
    02:43 TD Western Kentucky Brandon Pierce HB #38 1 yard rush
    00:01 TD Western Kentucky Derrius Brooks WR #5 14 yard pass from Kawaun Jakes QB #6
  7. nikpin

    nikpin Universitas Brunensis

    Apr 14, 2010
    Western Michigan 38
    #5 Wisconsin 37

    Western Michigan went into Madison and came out with the biggest win in school history. #5 Wisconsin came out and expected to dominate on their way to a national title and they did for most of one half.

    John Clay quickly established his dominance as he did the majority of his damage in the first quarter and a half running for 160 yards and two scores on only 8 carries. On his final 19 carries the WMU defense held him to 41 yards. Wisconsin looked to be in complete control up 31-14 with 1:21 to play in the half and receiving the kick. True Freshman wide out Cory May caught a streak, broke the CB's tackle and took it 82 yards to give the Broncos a glimmer of hope.

    Trailing 21-31 at Camp Randall is a large task for any team but seemed insurmountable for Western Michigan. The Broncos quickly forced a 3 and out and narrowed the gap even further as backup HB Antonio Scriven scored on a end around from 10 yards out to make it 28-31. Again the WMU defense forced a 3 and out and the Wisconsin fans became uneasy as the Bronco's marched it down for another TD to take a 35-31 lead late in the 3rd quarter.

    Wisconsin answered back with a long drive of their own but the Bronco defense denied them from the end zone again and forced a 26 yard field goal. With 6:51 to play and the score 35-34 WMU it was anyones game. The Bronco's picked up a first down before being forced to punt at their own 37. Wisconsin went on an impressive 13 play drive moving the ball all the way down the field and chewing up a majority of the remaining clock. On 2nd and Goal from the 3 John Clay put the ball on the carper and it looked like a Wisconsin offensive linemen dove on it in the endzone but the refs ruled him down on the 1. Wisconsin came out in Ace Bunch on 3rd and goal at the 1 and ran a toss to the strong side but with the defense shifted over Clay was hit for a 1 yard loss. Wisconsin hit a chip shot 18 yard FG to pull ahead by 2 with 1:35 to play.

    With 80,000 on their feet at Camp Randall Alex Carder was shaking in his cleats. He maintained enough composure to find May on a quick out who picked up 15 and got out of bounds on the first play. Though his nerves were settled that didn't last long as he was sacked for a 7 yard loss and WMU was forced to use it's first TO. He quickly responded by finding his favorite target Robert Arnheim down the seam for a long gain and putting the in FG range. After running the clock down and Wisconsin deciding to just pocket their 3 TO's with the lead. John Potter came on to kick a 39 yarder for the victory and a monumental upset. Alex Carder was already openly weeping on the sideline. The ball sailed between the uprights and Potter was mobbed while Carder was heard yelling "Do you believe in miracles?"

    (I added two highlights to dynasty wire including one of the sickest catches I've seen by a Wisconsin WR Dynasty Wire )
  8. xtreme snoopy

    xtreme snoopy H4Y - Ragin' Cajuns

    Apr 14, 2010
    ULL unveiled their new 'Air Raid' offense today with outrageous success. Chris Masson had a career day tossing 5 TDs. Reciever Javone Lawson was the benefactor of many of masson's passes racking up a career best 12 receptions. Yobes Walker, who looks to have his role limited this year, also showed signs of brilliance averaging 7 yards a carry on 4 carries.
    The defense however was as bad as the offense was good however. Other than an impressive amount pass break ups Cajun Defense routinely gave up big plays on both the ground and through the air. Look to see improvement especially heading into league play.
    The best thing that happened however were true freshman stepping up big time. Fr reciever Michael Jackson (he's white too) had a big day with a couple recieving TDs. Fr TE Todd Mann also had a couple crucial catches. Fr RB Sean Parham had little play time at running back however he showed true big play ability on a kick return for a touchdown. He looks to be a steal from the sunshine state.

    Videos in the linked story: Masson TD to Lawson, Masson TD to Jackson and Parham's KR http://www.easports.com/dynasty?_user_state=system&_user_state=system#module=moduleStoryView&story=22535558271282612523688&dynid=21471&sku=662A0001&sid=1&wknum=0
  9. Full Moon Fever

    Full Moon Fever Champion of Standards

    Jun 27, 2010
    BOULDER - Like a young damsel in an IHOP parking lot, the Colorado Buffaloes wasted no time before blowing the Vandals out of the water.

    The loss of last season's field general, QB Nathan Enderle, was felt early and often by the struggling Idaho offense. Idaho managed just one 3rd down conversion all game, was sacked 5 times, tackled for losses 12 times, and intercepted 3 times while mustering only 181 yards of total offense. But at least the Vandal defense was God awful, giving up over 400 yards to an average CU team that had their way all day with 136 rushing yards and 273 yards through the air.

    The much anticipated return of Sr HB Princeton McCarty was a bumbling disappointment, as the Buff defense made it known from the start that they were going to blitz the dogpiss out of the Vandals. The strategy worked, as McCarty finished the game with 9 carries for 13 yards, with a long of 15. You do the math.

    The ONLY bright spot of the game for the Vandals was that after starting QB Marcus Butler puttered to a statline of 8 completions on 21 attempts for 111 yards, 0 TD's and 3 INTs, Coach CenTechsan pulled him out of frustration and fellow freshman QB Brent Terry brought the Vandal offense to life, though it was too little and far too late. Trailing 28-7 early in the 4th quarter, Terry came in and threw two straight completions; a 16 yard deep crossing route on his first snap, and a 40 yard TD pass on his next when the Buffaloes left a receiver uncovered on a streak. Terry finished the game 3/4 for 64 yards and 1 TD.

    Colorado scored a touchdown on their first possession after converting from 4th and 1 on two separate occasions. After the first of many three and outs, the Buffaloes marched down the field and chipped in a field goal to take a 10-0 lead.

    The Vandals pulled to within 3 when Sr HB Corey White found paydirt on a 15 yard counter play in the 2nd quarter, but a few interceptions later and the Vandals were down 28-7 and unable to do anything effectively in the game. Though a loss is a loss is a loss, this Idaho team looks like a far cry from the inspired Vandals that took #6 Virginia Tech to the wire in last year's Champs Sports Bowl.

    I would show highlights, but there really weren't any. It was that bad.
  10. Steamer43

    Steamer43 Cleveland Steamer

    Apr 17, 2010
    Fresno, CA.

    The Utah State Aggies continued the way they left off last season... by playing their way out of games in the second half. The Aggies played a great first half, going in at 17-17. Redshirt Freshman QB Brown looked excellent managing the team in the first half. But that would change in a hurry.

    The 3rd quarter was where the team would drop off. The Aggies took the first drive of the 3rd for a field goal, without completing one pass. The Bulldogs would score 21 unanswered points following the field goal.

    Within that span freshman QB Brown would throw 12 consecutive incomplete passes. Finally, the freshman was pulled, and last year's backup Jeff Fischer (Not the coach of the Titans) would take over and attempt to come back, but was unsuccesful. The Aggies lose 38-26. Senior running back Robert Turbin carried 14 times for 136 yards, and backup Johansen carried 5 times for 47 yards, but the passing game was no where to be found, leaving the Aggies clueless down by 3 possesions late.
  11. Steamer43

    Steamer43 Cleveland Steamer

    Apr 17, 2010
    That's great lol
  12. recchem2000

    recchem2000 UCLA > WSU

    Feb 24, 2009
    2011 Week 1
    UAB – 24
    ARIZONA - 31​

    Tuscon, AZ – The Blazers, apparently still reeling from their Papajohns Bowl loss to SMU, lost to the Wildcats of Arizona on the first Saturday of college football in 2011, 31-24. The Blazers fell behind early and once again were forced to abandon their running game. Junior QB David Isabelle lead a valiant comeback and thought they had the game tied with just under 15 seconds to play. On 3rd and long from the Arizona 25, Redshirt Freshman WR Williams was wide open on a post route. Isabelle threw the ball, hitting Williams in the worst possible place…his hands. The Frosh dropped the ball at the 1. The 4th down play was unsuccessful and the Blazer head home with a bitter defeat!

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    1 2 3 4 F
    UAB 7 0 7 10 24
    Arizona 7 17 0 7 31

    Team Stats
    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
    UAB Arizona
    First Downs 17 15
    Total Yards 366 364
    Rushes-Yards-TD 22-34-0 31-60-1
    Comp-Att-TD 20-38-2 15-23-1
    Passing Yards 332 304
    Turnovers 2 1
    Fum 1 1
    Int 1 0

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7
    Name Rating Comp Att Yards TD Int
    David Isabelle, UAB 139.0 19 36 315 2 1
    Nick Foles, Arizona 190.5 15 23 304 1 0

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
    Name Att Yards Avg TD
    Jae Fitzgerald, UAB 6 15 2.5 0
    Keola Antolin, Arizona 21 58 2.7 1

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
    Name Rec Yds Avg Td
    Nick Adams, WR, UAB 4 102 25.5 1
    Juron Crinez, WR, Arizona 4 139 34.7 0

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8
    Name Tks TFL SK Int FF FR TD
    Elliott Henigan, DT, UAB 10 3 3 0 0 1 1
    Paul Vassaollo, ROLB, Arizona 7 2 0 0 2 0 0
  13. recchem2000

    recchem2000 UCLA > WSU

    Feb 24, 2009
    I'll never look at IHOP the same again after hearing Dylans story on Sunday! Oh to be young again!
  14. nikpin

    nikpin Universitas Brunensis

    Apr 14, 2010
    These guys...

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