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Arkansas beats USCe with a last second FG. 38-35
After a rocky first half, Arkansas benced QB Brandon Allen, and inserted QB Davis McElroy
The Defense was able to hold the Gamecocks to only 7 first half points. A big factor in the Razorbacks staying in the game with Allen's first half play. Senior CB Mitchell had a FR TD to open the scoring, and from there both teams really struggled in the first half. The wind and rain played a huge factor in the game as guys were slipping and sliding all over the place.
Seminoles Limp Out of Clemson Florida State leaves Clemson in bitter defeat after falling to Clemson 42-32.
DEATH VALLEY- The Tigers avoid the upset bug in the trap game with FSU. Clemson had no answer for The Noles running game; particularly Devonta Freeman as he rushed for a game high 190yds on just 12 carries and a score. MLB Stephone Anthony intercepted a Clint Trickett pass and ran it to the 7yd line to help the Tigers remain undefeated with just two regular season games left in the season. Clemson QB Chad Hall threw for 320yds while HB Mason McFarland added 154yds on the ground. Next up, Wake Forrest Demon Deacons!
VOLS STEAL VICTORY IN BATON ROUGE Freshman Boots Game Winner Tennessee snuck out of Death Valley with a 34-31 victory that was once a route. LSU led 31-10 late in the 3rd qtr before the Vols made a miraculous comeback. Two weeks ago, the Vols put themselves in a similar hole against Alabama and resorted to being one dimensional and even benching their starting QB. This time, Coach Fulmer decided that if they were gonna lose, they were at least going to go out with some dignity. Justin Worley was again shaky in the first half with 3 INT's. Some of the reads and throws were the correct ones, just played outstanding by a hyper-aggressive LSU secondary. In the second half, however, Worely calmed down and found his mark time and again. A ferocious 24-0 run to end the game gave the Vols a much needed victory. In his first game as the starting RB, former 3rd stringer Vincent Graham pounded his way to 118 yards and a TD against the stout LSU defense. He was outdone by LSU RB McGee who notched 219 yards on just 19 carries and broke tackle after tackle. Justin Worely finished 17-25 for 300+ yards and 2 TD's to go along with the 3 INT's.
Maryland Rolls at Home Versus Rival NC State Player of the Game: QB Kevin Brown - Maryland - 14/19, 204 Yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT, 13 Car, 157 Yards, 3 TDs
Pitt Barely Pull Past Houston
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