Week 11 | Season 1 Results

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  1. Baron

    Baron "I'm PFP's reckoning."

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    Utes Win Huge Game Over Huskies 31-21
    Control Own Destiny in PAC-12 South, Lose Hays and Matthews to Injury
    Saturday's game between Utah and Washington in Seattle may as well been a playoff game. Both squads needed a win to keep their PAC-12 title hopes alive. A loss would all but kill their hopes for a conference title.​
    Things started off great for the Utes. Electing to kickoff, their defense bent but did not break as the Huskies had to settle for a field goal attempt that just missed. Jon Hays would then lead a long drive for the Huskies, capped off by a 3 yard TD to Luke Matthews. 7-0 Utah.​
    The Huskies would hit right back as Keith Price would drop back on 3rd and 8 and make LOLB Trevor Reilly look foolish, side stepping him and tossing to hit FB James Johnson for the 11 yard score. 7 all.​
    The Husky defense would stand tall the next series as a CB blitz would see Jon Hays hit just before he could hit a wide open receiver. Washington would take advantage as they marched down the field. Price would cap off the drive once again, this time to James Johnson on a well thrown ball from 34 yards out. 14-7 Washington​
    But the Ute ground game would answer, as John White would cap off a long, ground and pound drive from 34 yards out after evading FS Nate Fellner. 14 all.​
    Washington would have another long drive, and drain as much off the clock as they could. But another huge stand by the Utah defense in their own redzone would see yet another Husky FG drop harmlessly to the turf, giving the Utes an opportunity to score before half time.​
    The Utes would take full advantage of that opportunity, as Hays would hit Matthews for a long, 65-yard bomb down the middle of the field. The Utes would cap off their drive on 3rd and Goal from the 1 with a pass to FB Dallin Rogers. 21-14 Utes at the half.​
    The Huskies desperately needed a stop to start the second half but Hays would show that his legs could do as much talking as Price's arm as he would have a 40 yard rush to the right. But two plays later would see Hays strain a pectoral muscle during a sack. Jordan Wynn would come right off the bench and deliver a 15 yard strike to Dres Anderson. The 3rd down conversion would see Matthews make another key play but a hamstring injury would also take him out of the game.​
    Wynn would not lose a beat, however, as he would deliver a strike to Devonte Christopher to give the Utes a two possession lead with the ticking clock starting to sound much more ominous for Coach JFace.​
    Once again, the Utah D would stand tall and get pressure on Price, not allowing him to get to his primary receivers and shadowing TE Austin S Jenkins every step. Washington would be forced to punt.​
    The Husky D just could not stop the ground game for the Utes and they were able to drain plenty of time off the clock before kicking a field goal with seconds left in the 3rd to go up 31-14.​
    Washington would make things interesting in the 4th as their defense would clamp down, finally, on the Utah offense and they managed to punch things in from two yards out on a Jesse Callier run. And while they managed to force a quick punt from the Utes, back-to-back sacks on their subsequent drive and an inability to stop the Utah offense ultimately downed the Huskies.​
    "You hold a team to 43 yards rushing and get some big stops in the red zone like we did, and you're going to have some success," Baron said after the game.​
    But it wasn't all celebrations post-game given the injuries to Hays and Matthews. "Those are two guys that have been big for us all season. Fortunately, Jordan was ready to step right in and we'll need to him to do that in the coming weeks."​
    Matthews injury appears to be much more severe and he will likely miss the rest of the regular season. Hays is out three weeks and thus should be back in time for the PAC-12 championship game, "If we attend. We can't take Zona or Colorado lightly or we could piss this whole thing away," Baron said after the game.​

     
  2. I Peench

    I Peench Caught in the hustle

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    Going to be very interesting to see how your user games play out (you and jj). He's good at making adjustments, hence extremely difficult to beat twice in a row.​
     
  3. MartyWebb

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    Williams, Wilson Cause Coverage Nightmares in Cougar Victory
    The UCLA Bruins traveled to Pullman, Washington to take on the Cougars of Washington State. The Cougars, who's record is a complete mimic of UCLA(6-3 on the season, 3-3 in conference) will go as far as their first year coach Mike Leach will allow them to. An extenstion of Leach, QB Mike Tuel has had the difficulty this season of getting used to a new system out in Pullman. ​
    The first quarter started oddly for both teams, as their high powered offenses found success yardage wise, but constantly flipping fields due to turnovers only allowed a field goal by either team to be the scores going into the second quarter, 3-3. The first drive of the second quarter finally saw a touchdown scored, as Brett Hundley found Devin Fuller wide open through broken coverage for a 56 yard strike, UCLA taking the lead 10-3. The Cougars found their fire from there on, pacing themselves down the field with their dink and dunk Air Raid, allowing RB Rickey Galvin to punch one in from the goalline, 10-10 all. An odd ending to the first half would give UCLA an edge, as Washington State would take a possession just a little bit into the UCLA side of the field, and allow them to attempt a field goal while time expired. It came up remarkably short, as Shaquelle Evans would grab the short attempt 106 yards away from their endzone, and take it back untouched for a touchdown to end the half, UCLA up 17-10. The Special Teams meltdown would have Mike Leach refusing a pre-halftime interview, pushing the camera away in favor to go speak to his team in the locker room. ​
    What he said worked. As the opening second half kickoff saw CB Nolan Washington return it for 101 yards and a touchdown tying things up, likely the way things should have been at the break. Then back to back Washington State drives, after three three-and-outs by the Bruins, would allow Tuel to connect first to WR Bobby Ratliff from 51 yards out, and Marquess Wilson from 35 yards out respectively, changing the score to 31 Washington State, 17 UCLA. All the Bruins offense could muster was an 80 yard play, in which WR Shaquelle Evans was able to get behind the Free Safety, for a touchdown to end the third quarter, only down one touchdown, 31-24. But at the beginning of the fourth, another Cougar touchdown would increase the lead to two scores, the Bruins unable to capitalize any longer, and sputter on offense the remainder of the game.​
    Final Score :
    UCLA 24 - 38 Washington State​
    Player of the Game :
    WSU WR Kristoff Williams - 10 catches for 173 yards and 1 Touchdown​
     
  4. Baron

    Baron "I'm PFP's reckoning."

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    Game was far closer than that. He gets himself a decent kicker and it's an entirely different ball game. Especially with that individual player freezing bug I got towards the end.
     
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    Heels inch closer to division crown with convincing win

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    WR TJ Thorpe has become a huge weapon in the option game for Coach Peench

    This one was never in doubt, as the Heels fed off an electric crowd at beautiful Keenan Memorial Stadium Saturday night en route to a big win. Offensively, Bryn Renner played phenomenally well. With the exception of a botched option pass that was intercepted, he made great decisions all game. Renner finished 17-26 for 253 yards 3 scores and 1 interception. Romar Morris added 75 yards on the ground, and TJ Thorpe had another touchdown run off the option. Renner has become a real threat in the option game, and adds an entirely new dynamic to the running game in absence of star running back Giovanni Bernard, who's been injured almost all season.

    Defensively, the Heels completely neutered the option attack of Georgia Tech. MLB Kevin Reddick led the charge with 5 tackles and 2 sacks. Jr DE Keenan Martin added a strip sack as well, while FS Tre Boston snagged a pick.

    UNC now must win one of the last two games of the seasons (@UVA, Md) to secure the division title and play in the conference championship game.

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  6. Mike E

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    Florida State Steals One in Blacksburg
    FSU - 24
    VT - 21

    This game was a pivotal match-up in the ACC between two top 7 teams, and on the line for Florida State, a possible climb to #2 in the BCS polls with a win. However, Virginia Tech had a lot to say about that outcome. The Hokie defense swarmed all day and allowed only 17 yards on 18 carries for Seminole back Chris Thompson. Up 14-3 in the 3rd quarter, Virginia Tech had Florida State pinned on their own 2 yard line. With the crowd going bonkers, Jimbo Fisher made a gutsy call and instead of running the ball to get some breathing room, he called a pass. Cody Green, the little used WR for the Noles flew up the seam and got behind the safety. EJ Manuel saw it develop and launched a perfect ball and Cody Green sprinted into the endzone for a 98 yard TD, and the momentum had suddely changed sides.

    All night long, Quarterback Logan Thomas was able to find open Hokies al over the field. He picked apart the Florida State defense for over 300 yards. However in the 4th, leading 14-10, Thomas thought he had a man over the middle but out of nowhere, a Florida State defender picked the ball off and scampered into the endzone for a shocking 17-14 FSU lead.

    In the 4th Quarter, on a 3rd and 10, Logan Thomas spotted a wide open hokie WR and slinged it down the sideline. All of a sudden the Hokies were up 21-17.

    Getting the ball back with just over two minutes, the Seminoles were again able to find a wide open Cody Green up the seam and scored with 1:40 remaining to take a 24-21 lead.

    On the very first play of VT's possession, Logan Thomas forced a pass into coverage and it was picked. The Seminoles were able to run the clock out and get a HUGE win over a tremendous opponent.

    GG DerekC

    EJ Manuel 12-29, 276 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT
    Logan Thomas - VT - 22-44, 3 TDs, 5 INTS

    (sorry no pics, wouldnt let me upload any)
     
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  7. Bulldog

    Bulldog Coach Richt is my Dawg!

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    Trojans win easy one at home!
    Another win this week. Matt Barkley was once again player of the game with 336 yards and 5 touchdowns. He started off bad throwing 2 interceptions one went for 6 but turned it all around in the 2nd quarter and never looked back. Next week we travel just down the road to face the UCLA Bruins in a big rivalry.​
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  8. Bucs

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    Miami Dominates Virginia!

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    Virginia 17

    Miami came into this one looking for some blood after a loss to Virginia Tech where they felt they didnt play their best. It also didnt help that UVA embarassed them on thursday night last season. So this year there was some extra motivation. Mike James drew first blood with a 41 yard touchdown on the student body left play. From there the Canes never really were threatened. They amassed 577 yards of total offense and QB Ryan Williams went for 6 TDs ,4 of them to WR Allen Hurns. Not really much to say about this one. Now the Canes get ready to host USF at home on Senior day in the final home game of the year.
     
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    Beaver's Cruise In Win Against Stanford
    One would think with home field advantage and thousands of fans cheering them on would come out a lot better than what Stanford did. The Cardinals came out flat and the Beavers took advantage of it. With the injury to RB Malcolm Agnew Coach Saw had a tough decision to make. Who would start at the RB position? Out of the three players FR(RS) Storm Woods would be called upon to get the job done with Javon Stevenson and Jordan Jenkins being the backups. Woods really impressed the fans back at home watching as he powered his way through many tackles. He would also blast his way for his 1st TD of his career to give Beaver Nation an early lead. After a couple back and forth series, Stanford got things going and setup for a long FG. CB/SPT Jordan Poyer would return yet another missed FG, 4th or 5th this season, for a 108 yard TD. The Beavers would have another great defensive stand and open up the second quarter with a 27 yard FG from Trevor Romaine. It took nearly 14 minutes before the Cardinals would score. The drive was promising but they would fizz out and settle for the easy FG. With a few seconds left before halftime OSU drove down and was able to punch in 37 yard FG to go into half up 20-3.​
    The second half would open up with a few more back and forth punts. OSU would pin Stanford inside their own 20 and the defense would cause havoc. LE Scott Crichton would light up QB Robbie Picazo forcing a fumble and LOLB DJ Welch would scoop it up for the easy score.​
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    After another turnover Storm Woods would drive his legs all the way down field to setup the 9 yard TD by Jovan Stevenson. At this point the game was out of hand and Coach Saw decided to let the backups play out the rest of the game. The fourth quarter would show Trevor Romaine kick another FG and Cardinal RB Stephan Taylor score off a 69 yard rush. Backup RB Jordan Jenkins would take a couple of more rushes up the middle to close out the victory.​
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    PLAYER OF THE GAME: RB Storm Woods- 20 Att, 93 yards, 1 TD
     
  10. Danthraxxx

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    Ducks rebound against Bears on the road
    Oregon 38
    California 14



    Oregon hit the road after a tough loss to USC in week 10 and unleashed some frustration on the Bears. The offense was in rare form after a tough loss in the prior week, putting up410 yards of total offense , led by sophomore Qb Bryan Bennett's great day (13-16 290 yards 3 TD 1 TD rush). The Ducks raced out to a 28-7 lead and never looked back in this one.

    In other Oregon football news the A.D. finally sprung for some video equipment :D ........


     
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  11. MartyWebb

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    Dan great video. Look forward to seeing more of this!
     

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