Week 11 CPU games

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  1. jfosh

    jfosh Super

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    Week 11 CPU games

    Week 11 CPU games...let us know how your cpu games went.
     
  2. jms493

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    Va Tech dismantles Wake Forest 55-21. We are down to our 3rd string HB which halted the offense a little this week early. Wake Forest 3 ints, 1 for a TD, all in there side of the field made things a little easier for VA Tech. A scare late as the 3rd string HB David Wilson went down and was out for the game as we were down to our last HB Nubion Peak...lol. Hopefully the HBs come back next week.

    We look to sign 2 potential QB Athletes in the next week along with the #1 DE in the class.

    Smooth sailing for VA Tech for the rest of the season as their schedule has 2 cupcakes left. We will finish this season 9-2 and hope for a good bowl bid!
     
  3. jfosh

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    Thats a great turn around for the VT program. Reports of JMS's demise have been greatly exaggerated.
     
  4. Hellisan

    Hellisan Schemin 'em up

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    Georgia had no problems dispatching Ole Miss, 52-14.

    We're having problems stopping the cpu passing game - as their 368 yards in the air would attest to - but we're stiffening up on our half of the field. They were just 2-4 in the red zone today.

    Ole Miss took the lead on a 9-yard touchdown pass. We had a tough, long drive to tie it. Then we hit the QB in the backfield, cause a fumble, and defensive tackle Cory Lawrence picked it up and ever-so-slowly returned it 28 yards for a touchdown. The rout was on, as though they moved the ball pretty well, they didn't score again until the fourth quarter.

    Mike Anderson missed half the game so his numbers weren't up to their usual standards, but he still did damage. His 18 gains of 20+ yards lead the nation by a pretty wide margin. He is a big-play-or-nothing-back for the most part.

    James Scales didn't have his prettiest of games, but completed 13-20 for 191 yards and 3 touchdowns, with no interceptions. Despite being sacked four times he rushed for 95 yards as well.

    Despite giving up a ton of yards our defense made 7 sacks and made 3 interceptions. The fumble returned for a touchdown was also key.

    We got out of it with no players hurt, which was key considering many teams are having difficulty in that area *knock on wood*.
     

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