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Okie State 41
Whoops, let one slip lol. Was trying to rush through the game and it bit me. Case McCoy had 4 Tds though, and my WRs played really well. It wouldnt be a Bucsfan047 coached team if we didnt lose 3-4 games a season lol
FSU wins shootout 49-35 FSU played a rare offensive shootout this season and actually come up on the winning end thanks to a great display by the FSU offense led by RB Chris Thompson. As much as the coaches would love the performance by the offense, the showing of the Seminole defense would illicit a completely opposite reaction. Irish QB Tommy Rees dominated as threw for 412 yards and 5 touchdowns. The Fighting Irish got off to a 2 touchdown early as Rees found tight ends Ben Koyack and Tyler Eifert for 17 and 24 yard touchdowns respectively on ND's first 2 offensive series. The Seminoles got on the board late when QB EJ Manuel found a streaking Kenny Shaw down the sideline for a 36 yard touchdown to cut the Irish lead in half at 14-7. Once again Rees and the Irish offense marched down the field and this time he found RB Cierre Wood for a 14 yard score. The Notre Dame offense outmatched the beleaguered Seminole defense at every turn, at one point the Irish were a perfect 6/6 on third down coversions. But undaunted the Seminole offense quickly struck back as Manuel found Shaw deep in single coverage once again and once again Shaw took it for another score this time for 61 yards. After finally forcing Notre Dame to punt, Manuel promptly gave the ball right back when he overthrew TE Nick O'Leary on third down and was picked off by Zeke Motta at the 3 yard line. After a short pass give Rees some breathing room, he took advantage of a Seminole blitz and threw a perfect pass to Eifert who ran untouched for an 88 yard touchdown, reestablishing Notre Dame's 2 touchdown lead at 28-14. But the Seminoles quickly struck back as Chris Thompson took a handoff 76 yards for his 10th rushing touchdown of the season. Then came FSU first big play on the day on defense as Greg Reid picked off a Rees pass around midfield with under a minute left in the half. Manuel led a great drive finding WR Rodney Smith and O'Leary on consecutive plays that brought FSU inside the 10. Manuel ended the drive with a QB keeper play after a Thompson run took the ball to the 1 yard line to tie the score at 28 heading to halftime. After both teams punted to start the 3rd, FSU claimed their first lead of the game when Manuel found O'Leary for a 15 yard touchdown pass. Seminole fans did not have long to cheer however as following 56 yard completion to WR Robby Toma, Rees found Toma once again for a 3 yard score and his 5th touchdown on the day. On their next offensive drive came the key play of game when FB Lonnie Pryor took a handoff on 3rd and inches, found a hole and ran 64 yards to the endzone to give the Seminoles a 42-35 lead. FSU finally put the game away for good when Pyror scored his 2nd touchdown of the game from a yard out giving Florida State a 49-35 lead which hold for the rest of the game. FSU Key PlayerRB Chris Thompson 22 Carries 224 Yards 1 TD; 2 Receptions 13 Yards
HB Brennan Clay led the Sooner attack to a win in this one, as he rushed for 167 yards and 3 TD on 17 carries. HB Roy Finch was a huge playmaker, catching passes out of the backfield, and adding 92 yards on 4 catches, including a long of 60.
Kansas was in control all game as they led 35-12 at halftime. Kansas had a tough time stopping Robert Griffin, but their offense was enough to run away with the game. Kansas once again used both QB's and it seemed as though Jordan Webb had the better game, throwing 2 TD passes. James Sims only had 38 rushing yards, but he did score 3 times.
Jordan Webb (QB)- 7-12 for 119 yards, 2 TD
Mike Cummings (QB)- 8-11 for 143 yards
James Sims (HB)- 10 carries for 38 yards, 3 TD
Anthony Pierson (HB)- 11 carries for 86 yards, TD
Darius Willis (MLB)- 12 tackles, 4 TFL, 1.5 sacks
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