Season 3 Week #14: Summaries

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  1. NeuroticTruth

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    Terps Avoid Another Upset; Hold on For 10th Victory
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    Player of the Game: QB Kevin Brown - Maryland - 15/16, 251 Yards, 3 TDs, 15 Car, 116 Yards, 1 TD
     
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    Arkansas reclaims the Golden Boot by STUNNING LSU, 24-20
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    The Razorbacks played a great defensive game against the Tigers in the Snow.​
    Davis McElroy continues to be impressive since taking over for Brandon Allen, throwing for 3 TDs.​
    Arkansas fought back in the 4th quarter and were able to get a TD with only a few seconds left on the clock to steal the win.​
     
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    Tigers Refuse to Lose!

    Clemson celebrates their 49-21 home victory over rival South Carolina.​

    DEATH VALLEY- The Clemson Tigers finish the regular season undefeated as they humble in-state rival South Carolina Game Cocks with a 49-21 victory. The win was a total team effort as each phase of the game added points in the contest. Sophomore HB Mason McFarland continued his excellent production for the Tigers with 123yds on just 11 carries and 2 tds. SR HB DJ Howard added another 99yds on the ground to help seal the win. NEXT UP, The ACC Championship Game!
     
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    Iowa finishes its first undefeated regular season since 1921. The story of the game was injuries at runningback. First, Jordan Canzeri goes down just short of the 100 yard mark. Then his backup Damon Bullock is sidelined with an injury. It is up to RS Sophomore Greg Garmon and RS Freshman Mike Perry to salt away the win after Nebraska fought back to 21-17. Garmon would go off tackle for a 40 yd TD that saw him tickle the sideline stripe trying to outrun the defense to the goalline. That would give the Hawkeyes a two score margin with 1:30 remaining on the clock. After a Nebraska TD, they attempted the onside kick, but were penalized for touching the ball before it went 10 yards. Iowa needed to get a first down to put the game away. That fell on the shoulders of Mike Perry. First down went for no gain, and second down saw Perry explode up the gut for 9 yards. 3rd down was all Mike Watson. Watson is Iowa's short yardage playmaker. He expertly followed the block of his FB partner in crime, Keith Castillo, and Iowa sealed the victory. It has been a bunch of close games coming down the stretch, but this team has gotten stronger with every challenge. Iowa now sets its sights on Indianapolis, where it will face the winner of the Leaders Division.​
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