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Week 14, 2013

Discussion in 'Chompion's League' started by Spayer419, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. Spayer419

    Spayer419 Walk On

    Jun 23, 2012
    #5 Georgia @ Georgia Tech
    #7 Auburn vs. #21 Alabama​
    #1 Texas @ TCU​
    #4 Wisconsin vs. Purdue​
    #2 Florida @ #16 Miami​
    #12 Oklahoma @ #17 Oklahoma State​
    User Game of the Week: #6 Ohio State vs. #3 Michigan

  2. Fred Limbo

    Fred Limbo MVP

    Feb 10, 2011
    We take care of Bama and are looking forward to the rematch of ;ast years SEC champ game with Florida should be a good one if hes learnt how to keep his defense still before the snap lol (y)
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  3. cmassey13

    cmassey13 Walk On

    Aug 2, 2012

    Texas Cruises to Easy 49-7 Win vs TCU
    Horns Crush Horned Frogs in Ft. Worth to End Regular Season Undefeated.
    Texas started off quickly with a Malcolm Brown rushing touchdown and two long scoring tosses from David Ash for a 21-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Ash would add another scoring toss early in the second quarter before Brown tacked on two more rushing touchdowns as Texas went up 42-0. TCU would put up a touchdown through the air late in the first half for their only score of the game. Malcolm Brown added his fourth rushing TD to finish the scoring as he won player of the game by rushing for 197 yards on 25 carries and catching 3 passes for 24 yards.
    Next week, the Longhorns will look to win the Big 12 Championship to try and secure a spot in the BCS Championship Game.
    HOOK 'EM!
  4. Boraby

    Boraby Walk On

    Aug 4, 2012
    Sooners Finish Strong vs. State Rival
    Oklahoma 34 • Oklahoma State 21
    Coming into the season, the Oklahoma Sooners had high expectations. After a season opening loss to Arizona State followed by a user loss to Georgia, the Sooners quickly realized their season was in jeopardy. Blake Bell lead his team to 9 wins in 10 games, their only loss to undefeated #1 Texas. They ended the regular season defeating in state rival Oklahoma State in Oklahoma State. The defense held strong, forcing multiple interceptions, and Bell continued to lead the offense, putting up points when it mattered most.​
    "We are proud of what we have done here," said Bell, "we faced adversity head on this entire season and came out as good as we could have expected."​
    Oklahoma looks forward to next year, with Bell likely returning and the #4 recruiting class in the nation coming in to continue the success. Oklahoma still has five serviceable players on their recruiting board yet to sign, all focused primarily on going to Oklahoma.​
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