Week 10, 2012

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  1. Spayer419

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    Not a lot going on here, but a nice calm before the storm. The storm being a fleury of user-user games featuring teams in the top 10 with conference championship aspirations.​
    #10 Arkansas vs. Tulsa​
    #11 Auburn vs. New Mexico State​
    #12 Ohio State vs. Illinois​
    #15 Notre Dame vs. Pittsburg​
    #16 Georgia vs. Ole Miss​
    #2 Virginia Tech vs. Miami
    #23 Georgia Tech vs.
    Maryland​
    #6 Florida vs. Missouri​
    #9 Michigan vs. Minnesota​

     
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  2. Fred Limbo

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    Auburn wins over a over matched NMS team solid over all game nothing special to report. We had several recruits visit but no one special & we dont expect any commits to come out of the weeks visit as we pulled most of the scholly offers and are about finished recruiting for the year till off-season.. We still will accept a commitment from the OLB and DE that are both soft to the Tigers.​
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  3. Ben

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    Murray finally answers the call, Georgia redeems themselves!



    Murray has played rather poorly overall this season. Lucky for him he played an atrocious Ole Miss team and was able to minimize his mistakes with big plays. Its been no secret that Georgia hasn't had the best of luck this season. It is also no secret that they are only a few big plays away from being 9-0 at this point in the season. Getting back to the game, Georgia played well. Murray threw the ball incredibly well, passing for 314 yards and 4 TD's. Michael Bennett, who is turning into Murray's go-to-guy had 186 yards receiving and 3 TD's. We can't forget about Tavarres King either, who had 95 yards receiving and a TD. Georgia cruised in this one, winning 35-16. Now they have to get ready to play a ranked Auburn team in hostile Jordan-Hare Stadium.




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  4. Spayer419

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    Simon Sets Record in Illibuck Win

    Ohio State bounced back from their loss to Penn State this week with a win over rival Illinois in the Battle for the Illibuck. The Buckeyes were once again led by Braxton Miller, who is slowly making the transition from Heisman darkhorse to front runner. Miller was on point today, ammassing a total of 396 yards and 5 TD's.


    John Simon added another bullet point to his Bednarik resume, setting the school record for sacks in a single season.

    Ohio State has a bye next week, which they will use to prepare for back-to-back user games against Wisconsin and Michigan. If the Buckeyes win out, they will secure a spot in the Big Ten Championship Game.

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    IRISH BLOW BY PITTSBURGH IN SOUTH BEND
    The Irish were fired up after last week's win and were flawless offensively as they racked up 297 yards and 3 scores on the ground on the way to an easy 42-7 win over the Panthers.



    RB Cierre Wood dominated with 160 yards on 20 carries and 2 scores. QB Tommy Rees got the start and his recent success continued as he went 8-13 with 113 yards and 2 TDs. QB Everett Golson also saw action, racking up 78 all-purpose yards and 2 scores.
    Notre Dame will look to carry this momentum into next week's matchup as they hit the road to take on Boston College.
     
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    LOGAN'S DAY IN THE MIA
    Logan Thomas has been playing the best football of the season the last couple of weeks. After his performance tonight there is no doubt the Hokies are ready for there matchup next week against the #1 Florida State Seminoles as they beat the rival Miami Hurricanes 42-17. "Logan was super tonight. He controlled the entire game and made our offense go" says Coach Ransom after Logan's 15 of 20 for 336 yards and 5 total touchdown performance. He also went on to say "Logan was confident in the gameplan and he was confident in his teammates. I'm glad he's my QB". The Hokies next week in a user vs user game go up against the Florida State Seminoles and there #1 ranked offense in the nation in Lane Stadium. Get ready for #1 versus #2.​
     
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