Week 1, 2015

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  1. Spayer419

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    =============== #3 Ohio State Buckeyes (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Buckeyes will host #14 South Carolina (0-0).

    =============== #4 Oregon Ducks (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Ducks are idle.

    =============== #1 Texas A&M Aggies (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Aggies will host Baylor (0-0).

    =============== #6 Arkansas Razorbacks (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Razorbacks will host Texas Tech (0-0).

    =============== #10 Penn State Nittany Lions (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Nittany Lions will host Temple (0-0).

    =============== Wisconsin Badgers (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Badgers travel to Raleigh to face the #25 NC State Wolfpack (0-0).

    =============== #5 Stanford Cardinal (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Cardinal will host Oklahoma (0-0).

    =============== Texas Longhorns (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Longhorns are idle.

    =============== #11 LSU Tigers (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Tigers are idle.

    =============== #14 South Carolina Gamecocks (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Gamecocks travel to Columbus to face the #3 Ohio State Buckeyes (0-0).

    =============== #13 Iowa Hawkeyes (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Hawkeyes travel to Ames to face the Iowa State Cyclones (0-0).
     
  2. Spayer419

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    carolinaeasy I'm available at any time today.

    Also, our game was supposed to be a one-off neutral site game at Lincoln Financial Field in Philly. Something got messed up and it's in Columbus. If you would like, we can go back to your place in a season of your choosing.
     
  3. carolinaeasy

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    I might not want a piece of you for a few seasons! lol.

    I will not be available to play until after 10 pm EST tonight if you want to schedule it for that time frame let me know. I am available late in the evenings (10pm EST) all week and early mornings (5:30 am EST)
     
  4. Spayer419

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    OK lets plan for 10 PM est then. No worries on having to play games late, there's other people in the league with similar schedules. Just make sure you communicate when you will be playing your games and try to get them in within that 24/36 hour range. Also whats your cell number? I like to have everybodys.

    As to the user match, yeah, thats why I said at a year of your choice if at all haha
     
  5. H22APWRD94

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    Iowa will get it in tonight.
     
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  6. carolinaeasy

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    Tip of the hat to Spayer419. Usually you have to pay for an education like that 45-7 one I just took. Don't worry though folks the Cocks will get better. Don't start counting wins before they happen yet.
     
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  7. Spayer419

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    BUCKS SMOKE COCKS IN OPENER BUT LOSE ELLIOT FOR 9 WEEKS

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    The #3 Buckeyes looked the part of defending national champion in their opener against South Carolina, as they slapped around the #14 Cocks for 45 unanswered points en route to a 45-7 victory. The post game celebration was somewhat subdued in Columbus, however, as star tailback Ezekiel Elliot broke his collarbone in the effort and will miss at least 9 weeks of action as a result.

    Losing Elliot is especially frustrating for OSU considering that the junior was in the midst of his best performance as a member of the scarlet and grey. On the opening drive of the 2015 season, Elliot was OSU's primary option, and showed coach Speyer that he made the correct choice by bouncing a run to the outside and scampering into the end zone for a 46-yard score. EZE would score once again on the following drive, this time from four yards out, giving the Bucks an early 14-0 advantage. In all Elliot rushed for 135 yards on just 10 carries before going down early in the third.

    Defensively, the OSU defensive line wreaked havoc on what was thought to be a solid South Carolina front all day, sacking the opposing quarterback 4 times and forcing several errant throws. MLB Mike Mitchell, making his first career start in place of last year's Bednarik winner Curtis Grant, was excellent with 8 tackles and a sack. In all the Cocks managed just 127 yards of total offense, most of which came on the last drive of the game.

    There were many familiar faces contributing for the Bucks in the opener, but several young players gave Buckeye Nation reason to be excited for years to come. Freshman Daquel Newell, a 6-foot-4 matchup nightmare at receiver, showed impressive route running skills and caught his first career touchdown by beating press coverage and leaping for a fade. Freshman tight end Thaddeus Dawkins, a physical specimen known as "The Robot" in Columbus, hauled in three receptions and showed nice speed and power after the catch. Marshon Stephens, the top cornerback recruit in last year's class, made an acrobatic interception while starting as the team's dime back. And finally Aaron Jenkins, who committed to OSU over Oregon on national signing day, flashed the speed and elusiveness which made him such a coveted recruit.

    Next week the Buckeyes will host coach Speyer's hometown team, the Toledo Rockets.

    Game Notes
    = JT Barrett completed 13 of 15 passes for 169 yards, 2 TD and an INT
    = Ezekiel Elliot piled up 135 yards and 2 scores on just 10 carries before breaking his collarbone. He will miss 9 weeks of action
    = Freshmen Aaron Jenkins and Daquel Newell scored their first career touchdowns
    = Freshman Marshon Stephens recorded his first INT, one of three on the day for OSU
    = OSU held the Cocks to 127 yards of total offense

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    Thaddeus Dawkins, aka The Robot, hauls in his first career reception

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    Daquel Newell scores his first career touchdown while skying for the fade

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    Freshman Aaron Jenkins will be counted on in Elliot's absence
     
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  8. Spayer419

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    The Wisconsin Badgers got a confidence boost against the Wolfpack. Stave, although made some mistakes, played much better then he did the last two years. He lead the Badgers down the field 70 Yards in the final minute of the game to take the lead with 10 seconds remaining. Coach Cieske was pleased with the offense overall but said that there are a few things we need to work on if we want to make a run at the B1G title this year.

    One of the more impressive story lines developing with the Badgers are the freshman, Wisconsin started 2 freshman on offense and 3 on defense. Although each made an impact on the game, none was more impressive then Scott Edmonds 107 Yard Kick Return. It came on only his second return of his college career, he ended the game averaging 48 yards per return on 4 returns.

    Although the O-Line don't get much as far as stats it was obvious the Badgers were improved over last year. The two freshman guards looked like veterans today, their athleticism showed on multiple plays that had both of them pulling up field to lead the way for Melvin Gordon.

    On the defensive Line freshman Harris and Nicholson both had sacks and Charles amassed 5 tkls. The future is looking bright for the Badgers, but will the youth pay off now?
     
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  10. TheMNorthFace

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    Good to see you smoking Cocks, Spayer419
     
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  11. jandy

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    I've been informed that Antonio T. will be getting his game in around 4pm PST...so we're close to advancing guys!
     
  12. H22APWRD94

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    Battle for the Cy-Hawk Trophy

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    Only cyhiphopp may get the joke, but neither of these trophies are the current trophy for this series. And finally, Iowa manages to get it back in their own trophy case. This game was a rough start for the Iowa Hawkeyes. Starting QB Jake Rudock sees the first starting snaps of his career, and manages to throw 2 interceptions to go with no touchdowns. But he played a great game otherwise, keeping the offense moving in the second half of the game. Iowa managed a first down to start the game, but a fumble and loss of 9 yards left them short of the sticks come fourth down and they punted it away to the Cyclones. The Clones put together a quick drive, going 82 yards in 8 plays for the touchdown and the early lead. Iowa's next drive ended in a turnover, and resulted in another TD for Iowa State to start the second quarter. A quick 14 point deficit set the Iowa offense in scramble mode, and the Iowa defense went back to the drawing board. Iowa still could not put together a solid drive, but the defense came up with their first turnover as CB Maurice Ridgeway picked off QB Sam Richardson in the backfield. Richardson tried to get rid of the ball while being hit, and it resulted in it fluttering into Ridgeway's hands. Iowa punched it in for a quick score, and RB Jordan Canzeri picked up his first of three touchdowns on the game, scoring from 2 yards out to cut lead to 14-7. A big stop by the Iowa defense lead to a late Iowa drive that ended in a FG right before the half. Iowa trailed 14-10 at the half and ISU got the ball to start the second half.

    Iowa forced a quick three and out, but Rudock threw his second interception of the game, and ISU again capitalized on the mistake, as QB Sam Richardson found RB Aaron Wimberly for the TD. Wimberly had 3 TD's on the day, amassing 162 yards on the ground on just 16 carries. He also added 3 catches for 42 yards and another TD receiving. His play up to this point was the reason for ISU's 11 point lead. The Iowa defense really needed to take control of the game if they had any chance of getting a win in Ames.

    Iowa's ensuing drive found Canzeri literally run wild on the Cyclone defense. Two big runs got the Iowa offense inside the 20, and a big pass to TE Jake Duzey picked up the first down inside the 10 yard line. Canzeri ripped off a run up the gut and ran over the safety to power his way into the end zone, and cut the lead to 21-17 ISU.

    The fourth quarter saw some fireworks, and the first glimpse at what the Hawkeye defense could really do with their backs to the wall. ISU put together a drive to get inside the 5 yard line, with 4 chances to stretch the lead back to two scores. On first down, Iowa smacked the RB in the backfield, leading to a 4 yard loss. Second down saw Wimberly dropped just short of the goalline on a run up the middle. Third down brought another stop just short of the goalline as Wimberly again attacked what had been the weakest part of the defense. Now the big decision. 4th down on the 1 yard line, leading by 4. Iowa State went for the jugular. A run off tackle to the left was strung out, and JR MLB Michael Scherer made the stop short of the goalline for the turnover. Iowa took over the ball, trailing by 4, with a little over 5 minutes on the clock, and just over 98 yards to go for the win.

    They went hard and heavy on the run. A shared effort between Canzeri and RB Michael Malloy, carried this offense down the field, gaining yardage in chunks against a worn out Iowa State front seven. Malloy got them inside the 10, and Canzeri punched it in on second down to give Iowa the lead for the first time on the evening. With just under a minute remaining, the Iowa defense still needed a stop, and they got it from FS Anthony Gair. Gair was helping out over the top and slid over to pick off Richardson's last pass of the game, and completely deflate the home crowd. Iowa limps away with a tight win, and a little better understanding of the makeup of this years squad.
     
  13. cyhiphopp

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    I sure do miss that pewter family. I wonder when the game will be updated with the new trophy.
     
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  14. Spayer419

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    Big wins for you and Glen Cieske this week. Time for the B1G to claim its dominance over the rest of CL!
     
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    Nxt Gen
     
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    Hogs Trounce Tech in Texas Kickoff Classic

    Here's some highlights (assuming I uploaded this right):



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    Woo Pig Sooie!
     
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  17. Spayer419

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    Very cool! I'm still pushing full game uploads of user matches
     
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    Brazos Beat Down!
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    Darrick Tanner catches one of 3 TD passes
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    A&M picked up where it left off. The offense was efficient putting up 42 points while only putting up 232 passing yards. The running game contributed a solid 207.
    The real hero was the defense. Baylor attempted 46! passes, completing 35 of them, but for only 226 yards. Bend but don't break defense at it's best.
    Darrick Tanner stepped up huge in place of the departed Cameron Clear. He continually got open near the endzone and pulled in 3 TDs and 57 yards. His biggest highlight is pictured above (video on the DW). Tanner took a TD pass 22 yards, literally holding off the DB for the last 5 yards with a massive stiff arm.


    Stats:
    Davis: 232 passing yards and 4 TDs - 69 rushing yards
    T Williams: 91 yards and 2 TDs
    M Evans: 114 yards and 1 TD
     
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    Barry Sanders Jr. runs it in from two yards for his only score of the day

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    Stanford Stymies Sooners in OU's Pac-12 Opener
    Palo Alto, CA - Stanford was given the chance by the Pac-12 to show it's newest members, Oklahoma and Texas, how things are done out West. So far, so good as the Stanford Cardinal rolled to a win over the equally-talented Sooner 45-17 Saturday afternoon in Stanford Stadium. Stanford was paced by All-american and Hesiman candidate Barry Sanders Jr, who rushed 32 times run 211 yards, 200 of those coming in the second half. Remound Wright got all the glory, as he capped off three Stanford drive with rushing scores.

    Evan Crower was very efficient in his first career start, going 18/32 for 326 yds and 3 TDs. Oklahoma was obviously focused on the All-american tight ends and not trusting the Stanford wideouts, as Luke Katmautle and Adam Jones combined for only 4 receptions for 61 yards. But Kelsey Young made his prescence felt as grabbed 7 balls for 147 yards, including a 40-yard strike from Crower to open Stanford's scoring in the 2015 campaign.

    Oklahoma came out strong early and after one quarter held a 10-7 lead, paced by the running of RB Corey Williams. Williams would injure his shoulder in the 3rd and would not return. Word is he will miss a couple of games. QB Trevor Knight completed 27 of 36, but for only 244 yards, as the Stanford corners Ronnie Harris, Wayne Lyons and Alex Carter would not let the dangerous OU receivers get behind them. A sluggish first half saw the game knotted at 10 until Crower found Kodi Whitfield to put the Cardinal up to stay with :06 left in the half. Once again, the scond half belonged to Sanders Jr. Left, right, middle he want through the Sooner defense for 7-8 yards almost every carry. Stanford would go on to outgain OU 561-33 in total offense as the Stanford defense was stout throughout most of the second half. Next week, the Cardinal will welcome the Pac-12 other newest member, the Texas Longhorns.
     
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  20. cmassey13

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    I can't put that kind of tape out there for you guys to study. ;)
     
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    Alex Collins left, Alex Collins right, Alex Collins up the middle.

    Am I right?
     
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