Week 14 (2013)

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  1. Wick36

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  2. Jolts57

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    Michigan runs up the score on bitter rival Ohio State, beating them 49-10

    We all know these two teams don't like each other, but after today's game they certainly won't be any friendlier. Michigan was up 35-10 late in the game when the back-ups came in and continued pounding the run game for two more scores.

    Michigan closed out the regular season with a huge win against OSU, but it came at a cost. Senior QB Gardner suffered an injury that will keep him out for the B1G championship and their bowl game. After twisting his ankle in the previous game, Toussaint was fully healed and had a great game vs OSU. Despite not passing much in this game, Michigan spread the ball around well with 7 different players carrying the rock at least 4 times.

    The Wolverines are off the last week of the season but will face Notre Dame in the B1G 10 Championship! Michigan won the first meeting but ranked at #2 the Wolverines have much more to lose in this game. Notre Dame is pretty much out of the national championship due to the loss earlier in the season to Michigan but they can return the favor in this game!

    Michigan is up to 21 commits and has 2 scholarships left. ESPN currently has Michigan's recruiting class ranked #1 in the nation, and it'll get better once the last couple of prospects sign.

    ATH #31 Johnny Wilson fell under the radar of most teams and after we sent our scouts to Kingsbury, NV we learned this guy is a stud. He has a great arm but with his size he might play a defensive role like safety or linebacker. We should have him signed next week or early in the offseason.
     
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    ND Survives Slugfest with Rival USC

    After trailing most of this game, I gotta say I am really lucky to have pulled it out on a last second field goal. I couldn't do much consistently against them, seemed like their D was everywhere. Fortunately Wood is a stud and was able to pound away and get enough yards to keep some drives going when it counted most. Don't have time to say too much, but what a great game.

    Cierre Wood - 30-150 yards 1 TD, 2 catches 95 yards 1 TD (1 was a huge catch to save 4th down and get us a score later)
    Defense - After getting shredded the 1st half (their QB started 13/14 :eek:) , shut them down and forced huge TO's in the second half to shut them out.
     
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    Plenty of Points in Bedlam this Year as
    Oklahoma State Pushes Past OU
    38-24
    Clint Chelf and the Cowboys flexed their muscles this week against the hated Sooners. After a poor overall performance last week that nearly cost the Cowboys a loss, Coach Gundy vowed his team would be ready for Oklahoma. The Cowboys sure were ready. Offense, defense and special teams all showed up early.
    The first half went entirely Oklahoma State's way. The Cowboys scored 21 unanswered points to open the game and were up 28-10 at the half. Senior Clint Chelf finished off his last regular season game in a dominant way, every Cowboy touchdown was a Clint Chelf pass. Chelf threw for 376 yards, 5 TDs of 15, 33, 51, 22, and 48 yards, and 1 Int. Clint Chelf may have had a great game, but the bright spot of this game had to have been Torrance Carr. The speedy red shirt sophomore caught two passes for 84 yards and two touchdowns. Carr has caught three touchdowns in the past two games and may be the one to step up and fill the void left by the injured Zac Butler.
    OU quarterback Drew Allen also had a great game starting 13-13, but despite his brilliant play the Sooners still ended the game in a 14 point defeat. Turnovers kept the Sooners from cutting into the lead that Oklahoma State had built up by the early second quarter. This game comes in stark contrast to last year's game in which the Sooners were shut out and Oklahoma State scored only 17 points on offense.
    The victory also secures Oklahoma State's berth into the newly reinstated Big XII Conference Championship Game against the #10 TCU Horned Frogs. TCU shocked the Texas Longhorns in their season finale and earned ticket to Dallas. Oklahoma State is looking to beat TCU for the second straight time after last year's thrilling 41-35 victory. The two teams both have bye weeks before Conference Championship Week, so there is equal preparation time on both sides. Get ready for a thrilling game coming up Cowboy Fans!
    The Big XII Championship Game will be held in Dallas at Cowboy Stadium. The game is set to air at 6:00 pm CST on ABC.
     
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  5. droid43

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    Wick36 you had to have simmed your game right? I already had the build up between the OSU-UT rematch.
     
  6. Wick36

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    Ya, I didn't have time to play it.
     
  7. droid43

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    aww that's lame. You also need to change the Big XII game to be played at Jerryworld, right now it's hosted at best record.
     
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    I'll see if I can move it there.
     

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