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Missouri came into Kansas territory 2-9 and looked awful all game. Kansas forced 5 turnovers, all in the 1st half, and 3 defensive TD’s gave them a 35-0 halftime lead. KU scored on their 1st possession of the second half to go up 42-0, then let of the gas. Missouri scored a late TD with 2 minutes left to end Kansas’s shutout. Kansas used 2 QB’s after starting Webb for the 1st time in 4 weeks, and nobody knows who will start the bowl game for the 9-3 Jayhawks. Kansas’s star safety Bradley McDOugald yet again had a great game, picking of 2 passes to bring his season total to 10.
Jordan Webb (QB)- 8-11 for 117 yards, TD, INT
Quinn Meachem (QB)- 3-5 for 72 yards, TD, INT, 18 rush yards
James Sims (HB)- 17 carries for 63 yards, 2 TD
Darrian Miller (HB)- 12 carries for 79 yards, 47-yard TD reception
Kale Pick (WR)- 3 receptions for 61 yards
Daymond Patterson (WR)- 3 receptions for 36 yards, TD
Darius Willis (MLB)- 8 tackles, 2 TFL
Bradley McDOugald (SS)- 2 INT
Keeston Terry (FS)- 3 tackles, 93-yard INT TD
Miami Bounces Back
The Hurricanes needed this game. They have been on the bad end of the stick the last two weeks. This week BC was on that end coming to South Beach and leaving with a loss. 34-21 the defense did just enough to hold off the Eagles and Jacory Harris ended his much maligned career with a game that describes his tenure here. Harris was 17-25 for 251 yards 2 TD passes and 2 INT's. He looked like a Heisman trophey canidate the 1st 2 qtrs compleating 11 of 15 passes 1 TD then the 3rd QTR started and he returned to the Jacory of old finishing the game 6-10 with 2 picks in back to back drives. Tommy Streeter had 7 catches on the day 1 for a TD and Mike James had 149 yards on 28 carries with 2 TD's. On D the Canes were lead by three JR's that have decisions to make about the NFL. DT Marcus Fortson (6 tackles, 1 sack),S Vaughn Telemaque (6 tackles, 1 INT) and S Ray Ray Armstrong (5 tackles, 1 FF) all have talked to Coach York about looking into the NFL draft this upcoming spring. Either way the Hurricanes sit at 8-4 and 6-2 in the ACC coastal. They are on the outside looking in of the ACC championship game. If Va Tech losses to Virginia they will jump the Hokies but that doesn't look like a possibility being that Tech is a 14 pt favorite in the game. Coach York has some big time holes to fill on the Defensive side of the ball the Canes need depth the former Coaching staff left the cupboards bare. If Coach York can bring in a big class the next two years you can see the Canes start to return to the days of old.
what were Lamar Miller's final stats? he usually jumps early on me everytime I do an offline
#1 UF takes down FSU in another impressive defensive outing, 31-10!
I'll finish the write up later when I have time
Texas 48TAMU 31
Texas comes away with the victory against rival Texas AnM behind the arm of Case McCoy and his 301 yards and 4 touchdowns. The defense again showed its ball hawking ability forcing 4 turnovers including a fumble recovery TD. The Longhorns finish up the season next week against Baylor and are hoping to get an invite to a big bowl game, even though they wont get the Big 12 Title they feel they are the best team in the conference and expectations are high for next season.
FSU's defense sucked.. that is all
Clemson pulls away late, beats Cocks 45-12 Clemson played a solid game on both sides of the ball and won going away at SC. After SC scored first on a FG, Tahj Boyd found Sammy Watkins on a WR screen for a 59 yd TD pass. SC drove again, but was held to a 2nd FG to make it 7-6. Right before the half, SC gave Boyd too much time and he found backup TE Brandon Ford for a 58 TD pass to make it 14-6 Clemson at the half. The third quarter was dullsville, but SC got within a 2 pt conversion on a 62 yd run by Marcus Lattimore. However, SC missed the conversion and Clemson led 14-12 with just under 7 mins to play. From then on, Clemson dominated. Andre Ellington broke 2 big runs, then a FG, a short run by Ellington, and a pick 6 to finish it off and make the final score 45-12. No picks by Boyd and Clemson finished the regular season 9-3.
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Defense prevails in the 2011 Iron Bowl
#6 Alabama Crimson Tide Leaders:Passing: A. McCarron 9 for 17 92 YDS 1 INTRushing: T. Richardson 25 ATT 119 YDS 4.7 AVGReceiving: D. Carter 1 REC 25 YDS 25.0 AVGDefense: D. Menzie 8 TOT TACK 4 SOLO 2 TFL 1.0 SACK 1 INT
#2 Auburn Tigers Leaders:Passing: C. Moseley 9 for 18 106 YDS 3 INTRushing: M. Dyer 6 ATT 18 YDS 3.0 AVGReceiving: E. Blake 4 REC 36 YDS 9.0 AVGDefense: J. Holland 7 TOT TACK 4 SOLO
Player of the Game:J. Shelley 2 FGM 3 FGA 66% 26 LONG
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