Week 13, 2013

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  1. Spayer419

    Spayer419 Walk On

    Jun 23, 2012
    Two huge user matchups in Chomps this week. Good luck!

    =============== #2 Ohio State Buckeyes (10-0) ===============
    Last week, Ohio State won 55-28 against Illinois (3-7).
    This week, the Buckeyes will host Indiana (6-4).
    In recruiting news, the following Ohio State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) P Brannon Rowe has committed to Ohio State

    =============== #4 Oregon Ducks (10-0) ===============
    Last week, Oregon won 59-23 against Utah (5-5).
    This week, the Ducks travel to Tucson to face the Arizona Wildcats (5-5).
    In recruiting news, the following Oregon targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) C Dominic Burley has committed to Texas
    - (****) LT Tony Harris has committed to Oregon

    =============== #8 LSU Tigers (8-2) ===============
    Last week the Tigers were idle.
    This week, the Tigers will host #5 Texas A&M (9-1).
    In recruiting news, the following LSU targets have announced their decisions:
    - (*****) WR Jeff Cooper has committed to Clemson
    - (****) LE Lee Stewart has committed to LSU

    =============== #5 Texas A&M Aggies (9-1) ===============
    Last week the Aggies were idle.
    This week, the Aggies travel to Baton Rouge to face the #8 LSU Tigers (8-2).
    In recruiting news, the following Texas A&M targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) CB Kevin Jones has committed to Texas A&M

    =============== #11 Florida Gators (7-3) ===============
    Last week, Florida won 24-20 against South Carolina (5-5).
    This week, the Gators will host Florida Atlantic (3-7).
    In recruiting news, the following Florida targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) HB Garry Curtis has committed to Florida

    =============== #21 Arkansas Razorbacks (8-2) ===============
    Last week the Razorbacks were idle.
    This week, the Razorbacks will host Mississippi State (6-4).
    In recruiting news, the following Arkansas targets have announced their decisions:
    - (**) FB Mike King has committed to Arkansas
    - (****) C Brad McConnell has committed to Temple
    - (****) QB Vincent Wilson has committed to Texas

    =============== #3 Nebraska Cornhuskers (10-0) ===============
    Last week, Nebraska won 17-7 against Michigan State (7-3).
    This week, the Cornhuskers travel to University Park to face the #7 Penn State Nittany Lions (9-1).

    =============== #7 Penn State Nittany Lions (9-1) ===============
    Last week, Penn State won 31-13 against Purdue (3-7).
    This week, the Nittany Lions will host #3 Nebraska (10-0).
    In recruiting news, the following Penn State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (*****) WR Paul Jones has committed to Penn State
    - (***) LG Shelton Reid has committed to Virginia Tech
    - (***) RE Russ Hayes has committed to Penn State
    - (***) CB Kirk Cooper has committed to Penn State

    =============== #24 Wisconsin Badgers (8-2) ===============
    Last week, Wisconsin won 31-23 against Indiana (6-4).
    This week, the Badgers travel to Minneapolis to face the Minnesota Golden Gophers (3-7).
    In recruiting news, the following Wisconsin targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) ROLB Wade Malone has committed to Wisconsin
    - (*****) HB Jake Lewis has committed to Wisconsin
    - (***) LOLB Andy Spencer has committed to Wisconsin

    =============== #10 USC Trojans (9-1) ===============
    Last week, USC won 28-17 against Stanford (7-3).
    This week, the Trojans travel to Boulder to face the Colorado Buffaloes (4-6).
    In recruiting news, the following USC targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) MLB Brett Frederick has committed to Arizona State

    =============== #18 Stanford Cardinal (7-3) ===============
    Last week, Stanford lost 28-17 against USC (9-1).
    This week, the Cardinal will host California (4-7).
  2. cmassey13

    cmassey13 Walk On

    Aug 2, 2012
    It'll probably be Thursday before I can get my game in. Traveling for work.
  3. Spayer419

    Spayer419 Walk On

    Jun 23, 2012
    Ohio State rolled to a 42-6 win against Indiana on senior day, but paid a big price for the victory. Quarterback Braxton Miller left midway through the route with a shoulder injury, but the junior is expected to return next week for The Game against Michigan. The same can't be said for running backs Carlos Hyde and Bri'onte Dunn, who will both miss the remainder of the season. Hyde's injury especially hurts the Buckeyes, as the senior has now played his last snap with the Scarlet in Grey. With Hyde and Dunn sidelined, Rod Smith and Ezekiel Elliot will be counted on to carry the load. Coach Speyer will pay close attention to the play of Elliot and Smith, who will be vying for the starting job come next season.

    With the last home game of 2013 in the books, Ohio State celebrates the careers of the following seniors.

    QB Kenny Guiton
    HB Carlos Hyde
    HB Jordan Hall
    WR Philly Brown
    WR Chris Fields
    LT Jack Mewhort
    LG Andrew Norwell
    C Corey Linsley
    RG Marcus Hall
    FS CJ Barnett
    SS Christian Bryant
    SS Corey Brown
    K Drew Basil
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  4. Antonio T.

    Antonio T. Walk On

    Jul 1, 2012

    WR Kelsey Young catches a TD pass from Kevin Hogan.
    Cardinal Dominate Bears In "The Game"
    Palo Alto, OR - The 18th ranked Stanford Cardinal (8-3, 6-3) were looking to get back on the winning after losing their last two games to Oregon and Stanford. Surprisingly, the California Bears (4-8, 3-6) would oblige them in a way that they never expected. Stanford used a balanced offense and a opportunistic defense to crush the Bears Saturday afternoon, 73-21. Stanford came out Sporting black against their fiercest rival and pretty much Blacked-out California from the very opening kickoff.

    Stanford got the party going early scoring just 37 seconds into the game on a pass from Kevin Hogan to TE Luke Kaumatule from 12 yards out. Cal would make it interesting early, often going to four and five wide sets early and surprising the Cardinal with a score to even the game at 7. Luke Kaumatule would once again get open for a TD catch to extend the lead to 14-7. Kaumatule finished with a career day, catching 8 passes for 158 yards and 3 TDs, right in front of highly touted TE recruit Adam Jones, who was in town on his official visit. Kevin Hogan also had a career day, passing for 363 yards and four scores (0 INT). The Cardinal would really put the game out of reach with a 31-0 edge over the Bears on the 2nd stanza, highlighted by a Wayne Lyons 73-yard INT return to make the score 35-7.

    The second half, Stanford may have found its running back for the future, as Barry Sanders Jr. would steal the show with an array of magnificent runs. Sanders Jr. would finish the game with a career-high 19 carries for 114 yards and 3 scores. Luke Kaumatule 36 yard TD catch from Kevin Hogan late in the 3rd would cap a run of 52 straight points from the Cardinal to lead 59-7 going into the 4th. The lone highlights from the Bears would come from the backs, who accounted for all 3 scores. The Stanford D would go to pick off California 4 times, a season high and cause 5 turnovers overall. Stanford will next get ready for another rival in the final regular season game against the highly-touted (and ranked) Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
    Last edited: Aug 7, 2013
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  5. ssuwr86

    ssuwr86 Walk On

    Sep 17, 2010

    The Huskers came into the game ranked #3 in the country vs. the Nittany Lions of Penn State who's ranked #9. The Huskers were able to take control of the game from the early onset and get out to a 10-0 lead. For the most part the Huskers were able to contain the Nittany Lions offensively, but they hit on their share of big plays. The Huskers ran the ball 37 times for just over 190 yards, and Martinez had a fine day going 13 for 17 and throwing 2 tds. Nebraska was able to get out to a comfortable lead, and then cruise to the finish line with a 34-21 win. The Huskers will host Iowa in the last game of the season next week with an undefeated season on the line. Coach ssuwr86 stated that the team isn't going to get caught up in the hype, and start feeling themselves. The Huskers are 2 wins away from their goal of winning the Big Ten Championship. Once that's done, we'll talk buy into the national hype. If the Huskers can win vs. Iowa next week, that will set them up for a Big Ten showdown vs. Ohio State in Indianapolis. Look for coach ssuwr86 to continue with the ball control passing, and the rotation of multiple running backs. We look forward the final 2 games of the season, as Nebraska sets itself up to compete for a National Title for the first time since 1996.
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  6. Glen Cieske

    Glen Cieske Walk On

    Jul 2, 2012
    Stave, White can't get on track. Badgers still win 24-7

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  7. Spayer419

    Spayer419 Walk On

    Jun 23, 2012
  8. Spayer419

    Spayer419 Walk On

    Jun 23, 2012
    @H22APWRD94 please have your game done tonight, preferably by the time the user game is over
  9. Glen Cieske

    Glen Cieske Walk On

    Jul 2, 2012
    Yeah idk what it was but I was able to find holes better with Gordon, looking back he probably should have gotten more carries. Stave's struggles were part my fault part the Minnesota corners were pressing like they all were mini Revis' and I didn't have the time to throw and it took me to long to adjust.
  10. H22APWRD94

    H22APWRD94 RG3 Bandwagon

    Jul 11, 2009
    I will be kicking off between 10&1030pm CT. Will let you know via text when I am done.
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  11. jandy

    jandy Walk On

    Feb 19, 2011
    @cmassey13 those black unis are dirty. So was the run by Collins, it really showcased the new footplanting
  12. cyhiphopp

    cyhiphopp Walk On

    Aug 2, 2012
    Battle in the Bayou

    A&M Defense Seals it in Epic Slugfest
    It was a sloppy day on the bayou and the LSU Tigers were looking to smack the teeth out of the Aggies. LSU was forced to punt on their first drive and A&M took advantage, putting together a solid ball control drive to open the scoring. LSU was crashing hard on the running game, but Manziel was able to take advantage of their aggressiveness at key points through the air to keep the drive going. Ben Malena capped it off with a 1 yard TD run.
    LSU came out swinging as well, mixing some solid runs with aggressive passes. One of the passes was too aggressive and hit the A&M safety square in the numbers and he rotated in his zone perfectly to cut off Odel Beckham on the outside. LSU would take advantage of their new life and after the Aggies held strong, the LSU kicker drilled a 50 yard field goal.
    The LSU D was exceptionally tough in the second quarter, getting the ball back with good field position, allowing the Tigers to score their first TD of the game. ATM would answer with Malena again punching it in, this time from 4 yards out.
    LSU got aggressive toward the end of the half and struck gold with a 45 yard bomb to Jarvis Landry with just under a minute left in the half. A&M would take their own shots throwing it down the field before the half, but excellent pressure, coverage, and a big drop ended up with the Tigers getting the ball back again. They would get themselves into FG range and hit a 44 yarder as the half expired. 20-14 LSU

    A&M would get the ball to start the 3rd quarter and strung together a solid drive consuming almost 5 minutes and ending with a 13 yard bullet that split two LSU defenders to end up in Mike Evans' exceptionally sure hands.
    LSU would not let the lead last long, hitting a field goal to go up 23-21 with 6:43 left in the game. The teams exchanged a few punts with both defenses not wanting to give an inch. The A&M defense would strike a huge blow late in the fourth with Senior Linebacker Stephen Jenkins plucking a Mettenberger bullet pass out of the air at the LSU 30.
    ATM would capitalize, driving inside the LSU red zone, but the Bayou Bengals stood strong, forcing a 36 yard field goal attempt. ATM held the slimmest of leads, 24-23, with 2:10 remaining.
    LSU, who had success through the air through most of the game, came out passing, but the Aggie D knew what was coming and kept up their great second half coverage. Mettenberger forced a 3rd down pass into coverage and Deshazor Elliot made him pay.

    ATM would run out the clock, with a final big first down using up all of LSUs timeouts. 24-23 final.
    LSU beat the snot out of Johnny Manziel in this one. He ended up with -20 rushing yards due to relentless coverage of QB runs and some big sacks due to tight coverage. Even when Johnny was able to get the ball off, he took many hits which affected his accuracy and timing. Ben Malena stepped up big time though. The Senior had his best game of the year with 149 rushing yards, 2 TDs, and a big 21 yard reception on a third down that set up his second TD.
    Instant Classic overall and great game by @MrWitness36!

    Manziel: 11/19 177 and 1TD -20 rushing
    Malena: 22 caries for 149, 2TDs, and 1 catch for 21 yards
    Evans: 5 catches for 84 yards and a TD
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