Week 14 Game Summaries (2013)

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  1. Kapono

    Kapono Walk On

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    Kansas 59
    Missouri 21

    Kansas beat Missouri easily this game. Jordan Webb played the first quarter, but Cummings replaced him after he suffered a minor injury. With Cummings doing so well, Kansas left him in to play most of the second half before letting their 3rd and 4th sting QB’s play, although both played like crap. Kansas scored 3 times on defense in their rout of rival Missouri. I guess Webb was only out for the game last week, but Cummings played better anyways in this game.

    Mike Cummings (QB)- 10-16 for 196 yards, 2 TD, INT, 2 carries for 37 yards, 2 TD
    Jordan Webb (QB)- 7-17 for 77 yards, 5 carries for 21 yards
    Darrian Miller (HB)- 10 carries for 38 yards
    Anthony Pierson (HB)- 6 carries for 24 yards, TD
    Dexter McDonald (WR)- 4 receptions for 73 yards, TD
    Darius Willis (MLB)- 17 tackles, 5 TFL, sack, FF
    Alex Matlock (FS)- tackle, INT, FR, 2 TD
     
  2. Ken Welsch

    Ken Welsch BTFD!

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    The TCU Horned Frogs were able to salvage a respectable record with a 42-16 win over the Texas Tech Red Raiders. The win leaves the Frogs with an overall record of 8-4, which is noteworthy since Coach Art Vandalay inherited the team with a 4-4 record.

    QB Casey Pachall had some trouble leading the spread attack against the Raiders. While he finished with 388 yards and 5 TDs, he also had his first 5 interceptions since Vandalay took the reins of the offense. His backfield mate, Waymon James, was injured early in the first half and was replaced by seldom-used Ethan Grant, who used his speed to amass 47 yards and a touchdown.

    TCU now awaits their bowl berth, which will be announced after the Big 12 Conference Championship game, which will likely be a rematch of the Red River Rivalry between Texas and Oklahoma.​
     
  3. RyanC

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    Auburn - 28
    Bama - 21

    It was a defensive duel in the first half, with Auburn leading 7-6 with just under a minute left after receiving a punt. The Tigers stormed down the field, scoring a touchdown with 15 seconds left on a 43 yard strike to Alfred Wayne by Keihl Frazier to put the score at 14-6 heading into the break.

    After the half, the Tigers got to work quickly with Trovon Reed taking back the opening kick 95 yards to put the Tigers up 21-7. After stopping the Bama offense, Frazier led the Tiger offense back down the field, hitting a perfect pass on the sidelines to Jacob Singleton for a 57 yard TD.

    In the fourth, the Crimson Tide stormed back into the game, scoring 15 unanswered to pull within a touchdown. But on their final offensive drive, the Bama offense was thwarted in the red zone by Jake Holland, who picked off his second pass of the game. After a couple of first downs, the Tiger offense took a knee and ran out the rest of the clock to win 28-21

    Stats

    Passing
    Kiehl Frazier - 15/25, 249 yds, 3 TD/3 INT

    Receiving
    Jacob Singleton - 4 rec, 89 yds, TD
    Trovon Reed - 3 rec, 72 yds, TD. Return TD
    Alfred Wayne - 4 rec, 52 yds, TD

    Defensive
    Jake Holland - INT

    gg stiff bon air, back and forth game and we both had a couple of misreads on INTs or we could have scored even more points
     
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  4. Quattro

    Quattro Moonwalking in a field of landmines

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    For sure. Those long passes you scored on hurt, especially the one who fell down at the end of the half.
     
  5. jandy

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    #2 Oklahoma 29
    #11 Baylor 28

    Oklahoma survived a scare in Waco this week to keep their National Title hopes alive. After making a 35-yard field goal at the end of the half, OU trailed 21-13. In the third quarter, both teams traded touchdowns, leaving the score 28-19 in favor of the Bears.

    Things looked bleak for the Sooners in the fourth quarter, until, with 3:08 remaining, QB Blake Bell found WR Kenny Stills along the sideline for a 49-yard score to bring the game to within 2. However, Oklahoma stilled trailed, and Baylor had the ball with the ability to run out the clock. Instead of running the ball, Baylor decided to pass, and with unfortunate results. QB Bryce Petty dropped back and threw across the middle, only to have it intercepted by James Haynes.

    Now, the Sooners had the ball at midfield with 1:30 left in the game. After failing on first, second, and third downs to complete a pass, OU found themselves looking at a fourth and long with the game on the line. Blake Bell dropped back and found TE Austin Haywood across the middle for the first down and new life. HB Brandon Williams was then able to find some holes and bring the ball deep into Baylor territory to set up a 25-yard field goal for the win as time expired.

    Key performers:
    HB Brandon Williams - 24 carries, 155 yards, TD
    QB Blake Bell - 15-36, 252 yards, TD, INT
     
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  6. GMONEY 15

    GMONEY 15 2015 BCS Champs

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    Clemson 21
    SC 17

    Clemson traveled to SC and escapes with a hard fought 21-17 win. I tried to advise you once that no huddle isn't allowed but you did it 2 times. It's really can't be done after an IMCOMPLETE PASS like you did in the 2nd QTR. Anyways hard fought battle all the way. Roderick McDowell was the POG as he rushed for 147 yards and 1 td which was a 58 yard scamper in the 1st QTR. Tajh Boyd played his final game against SC. Coach GMONEY let him play the whole game as a testiment on what he meant to the Tiger program the last 4 years.

    SC HIGHLIGHTS

    Garcia 12/24/192/4 int
    Lattimore 14/74 yds
    Conner Shaw...the running QB 7/66 1td

    CLEMSON HIGHLIGHTS

    McDowell 13/147/1td
    Bellamy 7/27/1td

    Defense gets 4 ints JR CBS Breeland, Robinson and FS Peters nab 1 as well as FRESHMAN CB Jordan Johnson

    GG
     
  7. Ghost

    Ghost Before the rollieee!

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    it was int the 2nd quarter when there was like 1 min left im allowed to run the hurry up
     
  8. Ghost

    Ghost Before the rollieee!

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    and the running qb from actual running plays not qb scrambles
     
  9. Bulldog

    Bulldog Coach Richt is my Dawg!

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    Keep this off the boards if you have a problem with someones gameplay PM me.
     
  10. GMONEY 15

    GMONEY 15 2015 BCS Champs

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    No worries..I was just pointing out something that's all. Simple as that.
     
  11. Bulldog

    Bulldog Coach Richt is my Dawg!

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    I was just letting you know/reminding you that there is no raging on the boards if you have an issue PM me.
     
  12. sonn

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    FSU wins tough game in the swamp 24-10​
    Florida State won a rain soaked affair in Gainesville to win the Governor's Trophy for the 2nd year in a row. FSU didn't get on the board until the end of the half when QB Clint Trickett threw up a prayer to WR Jared Haggins who caught the pass and waltzed into the endzone. For some reason the Gators decided to blitz 2 corners leaving one DB to cover 3 WRs and he never had a chance. ​
    FSU extended their lead midway through the quarter on a 5 yard run by James Wilder but the Gators quickly clawed back with a touchdown run by Mike Gillislee. DT Demonte McAllister had the play of the game in the closing seconds of the 3rd when he stripped UF QB Jacoby Brissett and took the losse ball in for a 36 yard touchdown. FSU kicker Maurice Wright sealed the victory with a 27 yard field goal.​
    FSU Key Player​
    DT Demonte McAllister 3 Tackles 2 Sacks 1 FF​
     

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