Week 1 Season 7

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  1. IrishBearcat

    IrishBearcat tFC OD Commissioner

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    Fuck famous, let's get LEGENDARY!
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    Advance Max: Tuesday 1:00 PM EST
    WHAT WE MUST ACCOMPLISH TO ADVANCE TO WEEK 2:​
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    1. All games should be completed (24 hr cpu/48 user max)​
    2. All game summaries should be posted​
    THANK YOU for you cooperation, you guys have been awesome as usual! Let's keep it up.​
    =============== UCLA Bruins (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Bruins will host Michigan (0-0).
    =============== #10 Cal Golden Bears (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Golden Bears will host UCF (0-0).
    =============== USC Trojans (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Trojans will host Tulsa (0-0).
    =============== #16 Washington Huskies (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Huskies will host Ole Miss (0-0).
    =============== Utah Utes (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Utes will host Utah State (0-0).
    =============== Colorado Buffaloes (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Buffaloes will host Colorado State (0-0).
    =============== Oregon State Beavers (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Beavers are idle.
    =============== #19 Oregon Ducks (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Ducks will host BYU (0-0).
    =============== #13 Stanford Cardinal (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Cardinal are idle.
    =============== Arizona State Sun Devils (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Sun Devils will host San Diego State (0-0).
    =============== Washington State Cougars (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Cougars will host Western Kentucky (0-0).
    =============== Arizona Wildcats (0-0) ===============
    This week, the Wildcats will host Akron (0-0).

     
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  2. IrishBearcat

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  3. CalebMackie

    CalebMackie Easy like Sunday morning

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    Never done one of these before so if I miss anything be sure to tell me!

    Western Kentucky vs Washington St.

    Final Results: Western Kentucky (0-1) 10 vs (1-0) Washington St. 45

    Player of the game: Stephen Copeland ROLB (8 tckls, 4 TFL, 3 Scks, 3 FF)
    Honorable Mention: Jeff Cutler RB (110 yards on 23 ATT, 4 TDS)

    Summary:
    Washington St. struggled in the first quarter with their offense getting on the board but once they got their defensive pressure on Kentucky's mobile QB they never looked back. Washington had good offense in this game followed with even better defense, definitely a good opening for the fans and a confidence builder for the new coach who is looking to get some big things done here in Washington St.
     
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  4. HoundsOfHowl

    HoundsOfHowl Feed Me More....Football

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    Slow Start, Strong Finish

    "Sound the Siren its Husky Football Time!"


    Box Score

    Ole Miss - 7 l 00 l 7 l 7 l 21
    Washington - 0 l 28 l 7 l 7 l 42



    8/26 - Seattle, WA

    Ole Miss traveled to Seattle to take on the #16 ranked Washington Huskies in week one of college football action! It was a very slow start for the Huskies after turning the ball over twice in the redzone, both in the first quarter. The interception by Ole Miss led them to their first points of the game, and gave Washington's fans a look of worry after the Huskies couldn't answer back on the ensuing drive.

    Washington came out firing in the second quarter after backup quarterback, Kyle Ingraham fired a 69 yard pass to J. Moore for their first points of the game, but it didn't stop there. Washington's defense began to press tougher and tougher against the Rebel offense creating turnovers a plenty in this game. With 2:46 left in the first half, Pat Brown began his attack of rushing touchdowns, taking a 4 yard rush in for his first score of the season, following the next turnover by the Rebels, Brown took a 75 yard option pitch from Ingraham for 6, and with :25 seconds left in the half Brown cut up the middle of the Rebel defense for 85 yards.

    Mississippi tried coming back slowly, but it never got going. With :42 seconds left in the third quarter, Rebel quarterback Anderson tossed a 50 yard score to Rivera, but only to let Pat Brown take a 100 yard kickoff return to the house, taking the heart out of the Rebel comeback.

    Going into the fourth quarter the Huskies led 35-14, and the Rebels looked to try everything they had with a quick 63 yard run on 3rd & 1 from J. Amos. It looked like the 14 point deficit was not going to be hard to overcome until with 3:12 left in regulation, S. Parks took an interception for 70 yards to the endzone and the final siren sounded for the Huskies!

    Next week the Huskies are off, and will look to get some practice in before facing conference foe UCLA.

    Key Stats : Miss / Wash

    First Downs : 10 / 8
    Total Offense : 366 / 356
    Rushes l Yards l TD : 23 l 114 l 1 / 27 l 174 l 2
    Comp l Att l TD : 15 l 31 l 2 / 8 l 18 l 2
    Passing Yards : 252 / 182
    Redzone % : 0% / 50%
    Turnovers : 5(int) / 3 (2int&1fum)

    Key Players :

    Offensive
    Kyle Ingraham : 4/4, 153 yards, 2 TD
    Kyle Davis : 4/14, 29yards, 0 TD, 2 INT
    Pat Brown : 21 rushes, 150 yards, 2 TD (MVP)

    Defensive
    M. Flowers : 7 Tackles, 3 TFL, 1 INT
    S. Parks : 4 Tackles, 2 INT, 1 TD
    J. Harris : 9 Tackles
    J. Wright : 2 INT
    J. Thomas : 6 Tackles, 2 TFL, 1 Sack​
     
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  5. moparjoe

    moparjoe Walk On

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    The Buffs started out on an even keel trying to feel out their starting freshman strengths and weaknesses. It did not take long until the Offensive line started showing their lack of depth, as the State players started throwing them to the ground on every play. The freshman recievers left their quarterback out to dry taking bad angles on passes or going up at wrong times for the catches. The state defenders were actually running the routes better than the recievers. This led to 3 picks being thrown.

    The secondary played pretty good and caused 2 turnovers for the Buffs (senior corners had 1 each). The front seven will have to find a way to get more pressure on the quarterback, he seemed to have all day to find an open reciever. The defense only allowed two 3rd down conversions. The big plays are what really hurt the defense.

    Colorado fought back before the half tying the game at 14-14. But late in the 4th quarter (with 56 seconds left) a busted coverage allowed a State reciever all alone for a 21 yard touchdown pass. The freshman quarterback Cook threw an interception on the the next drive, ending all hopes of a comeback.

    Missed FG's aplenty in this game - CU had 1, CSU had 3

    After the game the coach said he will have the recievers running wind sprints until their throwing their socks up.

    CSU-21 CU-14

    TTL yards 370 CSU, 300 CU
     
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  6. -Cougars-

    -Cougars- Walk On

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    The Bruins carve up the Wolverine defense and get a big win 34-17 at home. The Bruins decided to bring in two QB's but in different formations and it was a huge success. Sophomore Ryan Breedlove went 11-15 and threw for 216 yards but he threw 0 TD's and 0 INT's. Starter Quinton Cunningham went 11-22 and threw for 158 yards and threw 1 TD and 0 INT's. The run game was pretty good as Dunn was able to get into the endzone twice thanks to his lightning speed. The Bruins are feeling pretty confident after that big win and look to carry on their momentum into week 3, that's when conference play opens up as the Bruins take on Washington.
     
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  7. XAttackConquerX

    XAttackConquerX Walk On

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    Arizona Wildcats - 42
    Akron Zips - 25
    Flannigan and Bell Steal the Show
    Halfback Rob Bell and safety Jerome Flanagan were unlikely heros in this week’s battle with MAC foe, Akron. Flanigan picked Akron quarterback 3 times on the evening, including one in which he returned for an 80 yard touchdown. This came as a huge game changer as Akron had gained momentum and cut the Wildcats lead to 14-10.

    The Wildcats opened up a 14-0 lead at the end of the 1st quarter after a 10 yard rushing touchdown by second string back Chad Coleman and a short passing touchdown from Kevin Gray to Adam Alfred. Akron answered back in the second by scoring 10 unanswered points going into the half. The momentum had shifted and Akron received the kick in the second half. This momentum wouldn’t last long as Flanagan took his 3rd interception of the game to the house. From there on out, the game was all about Wildcats’ halfback Rob Bell. He opened up the scoring in the 4th with a 1 yard rush. After a quick Akron touchdown drive, Bell took the first play of the Cats drive 76 yards to the house courtesy of a great block by right guard Aaron Spence. Again, the Zips answered right back with a 50 yard pass, but Bell sealed the deal with a 9 yard dash with 1:19 to go to put Arizona up 42-25.

    Kevin Gray finished 10-21 on the day for 196 yards and a touchdown. The numbers could have been much higher, but the Wildcats’ receivers had trouble holding onto the ball all night. Gray would not come out and say it, but it was clear by his facial expressions that he was frustrated.
     
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  8. Alwaysfly

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    Utah starts the season with a shut out. Utah State had chances but could not score. Utes defense only gave up 22 rushing yards and forcing four turnovers. MLB Derron Kiniry was defense player of the game with 8 total tackles and a fumble recovery. On Offense John Nixon played the first three quarters and he did not play the 4th due to the score. He went 5-17 112 yards and one passing touchdown. He will look to get better next week. The offensive player of the game was Benjamin DeLoach with 20 att 169 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns.

    Utah 30
    Utah State 0
     
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  9. IrishBearcat

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    Wow, outstanding job so far on the summaries guys! Keep that up. :)

    I've recruited and the potential for this class looks promising for Cal (as it is for most teams in the state). Landed a :4stars: OT as an instant commit. Was a position of need and glad we landed a quality body right off the bat.

    I Peench and Will Atkinson - you both have byes for week 1 & week 2. Hopefully you'll be back with us by then. Recruiting on easports DOT com could be an option to keep up while unable to access your console.

    *NOTE* - everyone has a bye week for Week TWO so. It will only be recruiting and will be a 24 hour advance so be sure to plan accordingly so you don't miss out.
     
  10. LSUTRUTH

    LSUTRUTH The one and only

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    ASU gets win in Truth Debut

    ASU wins big. However there are more questions unanswered now then before.

    Offense Big 3 Questions

    1st- Who is going to play QB?
    Chad Grant started the game and played well for the most part. Isaac Sullivan was inserted into the game after halftime and took a giant shit. He was down right awful. He was going to be the starter and now no idea. My guess is ASU will continue to go with Grant. If he struggles look for them to turn to Shannon Terry with Sullivan's poor performance.

    2nd - Where is the running game?
    Tim Cleveland is 6'4 227 and runs like he is 5'6. He breaks no tackles and is just a big target. However the candidates behind him are just as bad. Willie Avery looked slow and sucked on KOR. Rob Cantrell a staff favorite struggled to get things going as well. You cant help but think this is on the running backs but some of this is on the poor OL play which was handled by a SDSU front. Look for ASU to stick with Cleveland and try to establish a ground game.


    3rd- After Franklin where are the receiving threat?
    Chuck Franklin was solid as a pass catcher. However there was little to like behind him. Allen a FR is 6'7 and made a great TD catch however he suffered through 3 drops. Smith also a FR struggled with drops however showed nice burst in getting open. Michael Jones TE SR is where the help for this group is going to have to come. at 6'2 he has good size and runs well. Look for ASU to center its passing attack around Jones and Franklin and hope a FR can make a play or 2.


    Defense big 3 Questions

    1st- With Dowell down where does the D turn for DL help?
    There is little depth on the ASU DL. Look for Lewis as well as help from LB Sullivan who at 6'6 230 could be making the move to end full time next season.

    2nd- Who are the starting LB? Is there a playmaker in the group?
    ASU coaches love Freshman Mike White who is redshirting right now. The 3 starters are Russ Tuck at MLB A James at ROLB and E Wright at LOLB. The playmaker of the group would have to be Tuck by default he is a multiple year starter and rated the best however from a scheme stand point look for Earl Wright to have a major impact.

    3rd - Who is starting at S for ASU?
    Koch or Lewis have been taking reps at FS with Jimmy Davis playing SS often. Davis played solid in the first game only time will tell how this group will work out

     
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  11. Bucs

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    ill have my game done tommorrow afternoon after work. My day just got eaten up with family and all that.
     
  12. IrishBearcat

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    No worries man, and sounds good!
     
  13. BakerWildcat7

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    Yo fellas sorry for the delay, I'll get my game as soon a I get home around 6 cst.... life has been the pits right now, so I'm moving kinda slow... Bare with me gentleman
     
  14. IrishBearcat

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    ^^From these above quotes it looks like we may advance early tonight. I plan to play my game after I am off work tonight at 12:00 AM EST. If not, definitely expect an advance by 1:00 PM EST tomorrow.

    *Remember, week 2 is a bye week and RECRUITING ONLY for everyone. Only 24 hours will be given for this week, so make sure you find some time to woo your recruits before 1:00 PM EST on Wednesday.
     
  15. Bucs

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    BYU 13
    #19 Oregon 31

    Things started off a bit sluggish for the ducks as they failed to find the endzone in the 1st quarter, both teams would kick it through the uprights once but BYU definately had the momentum headed into the second. In the second quarter Oregon had two very nice offensive drives to start and finish the quarter , the latter was capped off by a beautiful 38 yard strike that hit the wideout in stride in the back of the endzone to take the 17-14 halftime lead. In the 2nd half the defense really came to life and finally was able to stop the BYU offense. They forced a few turnovers and did a good job of getting the ball back to the offense. Oregon would score on two more redzone passes to secure the victory.

    Player of the game was:

    QB M. Drew with 17-28 209 Yards 4 TDs 49 rushing yards.

    The Ducks have next week off then they have two big tests coming in a trip to see #1 Penn State and then hosting LSU back at Autzen. They will have to get things together fast.
     
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  16. IrishBearcat

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    Everyone has completed their games and recruited besides myself.

    I will try to squeeze it in tonight, but I'm pretty tired. It will be done before the advance max of 1:00 PM EST for sure.

    Thanks for the patience fellas. :)
     
  17. IrishBearcat

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    GOLDEN BEAR DEFENSE HELPS CAL
    ESCAPE WITH A VICTORY OVER UCF
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    The California defense and special teams accounted for 10 Sacks, 1 Int, 1 FF, & 2 TDs

    Just before kickoff SR QB Seth Fritz was named the starter for the UCF opener after a close battle all off-season with QB Dan Larsen. The defense took the field first to open the season and answered the bell with a quick three & out. Fritz forced an errant pass into coverage which lead to an interception. The Golden Bears were able to get another stop defensively with some pressure on the opposing quarterback. The Golden Bears punched in their first touchdown of the season on a 1 yard leaping dive into the end-zone from RB Shaun Young.

    On the ensuing drive UCF QB Jason Roberts had heat right in his face on the three yard line and fired a pass right into the hands of All-American OLB Marcus Jackson (Impact Player). Jackson showed off his speed and athleticism and took the turnover all the way for six. The California defense gave up a field goal on the following drive which shortened their lead to 14-3. Cal's next possession ended quickly after QB Fritz threw another interception after driving the offense past the 50 yard line that resulted in an interception for a touchdown with :40 left in the half. With the score close at 14-10 QB Dan Larsen entered the game to replace the incumbent starter. Larsen drove the team down to the 1 yard line but time expired before any points could be put on the board. Cal lead 14-10 at half.

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    The pressure was on for the #10 ranked team in the country. Coach IrishBearcat decided to stick with the change at quarterback to give Larsen a chance to show what he could do with the keys to the offense. The Head Coach stressed to his team to continue to play great defense, avoid turnovers on offense, and to try and make a big play to regain the momentum. The pep talk definitely caught the attention of KR/RB Brenton Smith as he took the opening kick off the half for a touchdown on a 92 yard return. Cal's 21-10 lead wasn't shortened until the fourth quarter as UCF added a field goal with 2:43 left in the game to reduce the lead to a one possession ball game.

    On the last drive of the game Cal's defense stepped up and sacked the UCF quarterback three times to seal the win. QB Dan Larsen wasn't spectacular during his opportunity but did avoid turning the ball over twice. It will be an interesting battle to see who will start week three after the bye week. Coach IrishBearcat expressed pride towards his team's performance, but felt there were many things that needed attention and improvement for this team to get back to the National Championship.
     
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  18. CalebMackie

    CalebMackie Easy like Sunday morning

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    We're simming to week 3 today right?
     

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