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FSU defeats Boston College 28-7
It was a game much closer then the score implies and quite honestly the Seminoles were lucky to come away with the victory. The FSU defens which had played very well the last few weeks pretty much laid an egg. BC RB Montel Harris had his way with the run defense running for 169 yards on 27 carries. QB Dave Shinskie also had a decent day going 21/29 with 157 yards and 1 touchdown but could not make the big plays when it mattered.
FSU got off to a flying start when RB Chris Thompson had a 56 yard run on the very first play of the game which setup a Ty Jones 8 yard score on the next play. After forcing BC to a 3 and out EJ Manuel found Thompson for a 26 yard touchdown reception to jump out to a 14-0 1st quarter lead. The two teams both clanked makeable field goals in the 2nd quarter. The Seminoles suffered a severe blow to their WR corps when number one WR Bert Reed had to leave the game with a back injury. Reed is expected to miss the next 3 weeks.
The Eagles came out flying in the 3rd quarter as Shinskie and Harris lead the BC offense down the field in an impressive drive that culminated with a 15 touchdown reception by Ifeanyi Momah. The Seminoles were unable to sustain their drive and punted back to BC. It here the play of the game occurred: Seminole defensive tackles Everett Dawkins and Jacobbi McDaniel took advantage of holes created by a screen play as Dawkins sacked Shinskie, forcing a fumble which McDaniel promptly picked up and chugged 55 yards for the touchdown.
Once they got the ball back BC drove down the field once again but stalled when the Eagles could not convert a 4th and goal. The Seminole offense had what was probably their best offensive drive of the year as they took control of the clock and had a 98 yard drive which ended in 4 yard touchdown reception for Willie Haustead.
K State defense starts slow 2nd half shut out
Kansas State was worried about its offense after last week vs OU. The offense answered the call this week when the defense struggled, the offense was getting after it matching OK state score for score. Bryce Brown showed last week OU played a perfect game as he constantly ripped OSU apart for gains of 8 to 20 yards including an impressive 79 yarder. Te Tannahill has become a force within the KSU offense not only a great blocker thw TE he has become a great pass catcher and security blanket for Klein.
what can brown do for you watch
Bryce Brown 16 carries 175 yards 5 TD 3 catches 44 yards
Arthur Brown 5 tackles- 2 for loss
KSU 54 OSU 21
I forced 8 turnovers vs. ISU before my transfer failed. I'll try round 2 now. It's just so frustrating.
Starting to get pissed. Won 30-7 and got transfer failed.
Oklahoma started off slowly in this one as they entered the half trailing 3-0. After OU scored a TD behind the suspect arm of Landry Jones, and the Aggies added 2 more field goals, Oklahoma found themselves trailing, 9-7 with about 7 minutes left in the 4th quarter. After a terrible 3 and out, the Sooners punted to A&M, and were able to force a fumble after a crushing hit on the return man. The Sooners recovered it, giving them great field position to put in the score to take the lead. This is where they finally found the running game, which has been mediocre at best all season. Dominique Whaley was able to burst through the gaping wholes in A&M's defense and put in the tying score with just under 5 minutes remaining. After forcing Texas A&M to punt on their ensuing drive, Whaley was once again able to find the endzone and seal the win for the Sooners.
Landry Jones: 18-28, 175 yards, 1 TD, 1 INTDominique Whaley: 16 Car, 141 yards, 2 TD Trey Millard: 2 Rec, 32 yards, TDRyan Broyles: 5 Rec, 36 yards
Goodwin Shines in Texas Domination of Red Raiders
This was the Marquise Goodwin show as he managed to outscore the entire Texas Tech Air Raid offense with his 3 Receiving Touchdowns and 1 Kick Return TD. The offense as whole was unstoppable in the first half where they quickly jumped out to a 31-0 lead before a TTU FG at the end of the half. Case McCoy has taken over the job of starting QB and it doesnt look like he wants to let it go, he erased all doubts with this win.
After back to back losses to Iowa State and Oklahoma this team has caught fire and has won 3 straight, all by big margins, they look to be firing on all cylinders as they face Missouri next week and then a big showdown against undefeated Cinderella Kansas State.
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