Week 3 | Season 2 Results

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  1. MartyWebb

    MartyWebb C.R.E.A.M.

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    Bruins Barricade Yellow Jackets Option, Falter Against Pass
    The UCLA Bruins started the season off with a two-game home stand, the second game of that home stand was against the Yellow Jackets of he ACC in Week 3. The Bruins first true defensive competition comes in the form of Paul Johnson's Triple Option attack, something that Jim Mora Jr hasn't coached against the Triple Option in his lifetime.​
    Receiving the ball to start the game, Brett Hundley and the Bruin offense would make chopped liver of the Georgia Tech defensive front, with a minute and a half and 10 play drive, Shaquelle Evans would be the benefactor, catching a touchdown from 8 yards out. A Bruins stop after giving up a first down, would allow UCLA to have great position and Hundley would strike Richard Townsend from 39 yards out for a touchdown to take the quick 14-0 lead with 1:30 left in the first quarter. ​
    The second quarter wouldn't be so kind to the Bruins, as the Georgia Tech offense and Synjyn Davis would continue a drive started in the first quarter, ending it with a 1 yard rush from David Sims and a touchdown, cutting the Bruins lead to 7. Another score from a Yellow Jacket drive ended short, a field goal would bring the game within 4 points. The last two minutes of the game, in an attempt to take a two score lead into the second half, Hundley would throw an interception, and on the next drive, would complete a pass to Malcolm Jones who'd cough up the ball and give Georgia Tech chance after chance. Luckily for the Bruins, those chances weren't cashed in late. ​
    Georgia Tech on the opening second half drive, would score a touchdown with a run from Synjyn Davis. The drive sparked by a Davis pass to Darren Waller for 68 yards that would get stopped at the 6-yard line on the Bruins side of the field. The score gave the Yellow Jackets a 17-14 lead, a lead that would give up on the next Bruins drive. An 11 play drive capped with another Shaquelle Evans touchdown catch, his second of the game, would give the Bruins a 21-17 lead with 2:34 left in the third quarter. GT would miss a field goal from 54 yards out, as Justin Moore's leg wasn't enough, UCLA able to capitalize with a drive that would end in a successful field goal to go up 24-17. 6:30 remaining, plenty of time for the Georgia Tech offense who'd found a groove in the passing game. Another Fairbairn Field Goal, the Bruins last score, would give them a 27-17 lead with a 3 minute clock remaining. The last minute of the game Synjyn Davis would connect on a pass to David Sims, but a failed onside kick would seal the Bruins victory to make them 2-0 to start the year. ​
    Final Score :
    Georgia Tech 24 - 27 UCLA​
    Player of the Game :
    UCLA ROLB Keenan Graham - 7 Tackles(2 Solo), 1 Tackle for Loss, 1 Sack​

     
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  2. sawemoff

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    Everything Clicked For Beavers
    It was the battle of the orange and black this afternoon as the Oklahoma State Cowboys hosted the Oregon State Beavers. Two years from losing probably the best duo to play at Okie Lite, Wheeden and Blackmon, the Cowboys looked confused and off rhythm the entire game. Likewise the Beavers looked efficient and had some early success in the opening quarter to bust this game wide open. The first quarter was all Mannion, Cooks and Gwachum. Mannion made two impress throws to these wideouts to give Oregon St the lead by 14 points. These two touchdowns were setup by punt returner Obum Gwachum and it was like this the entire game. Gwachum would be able to return on Okie Lite's side of the field on almost every punt giving the Beavers great field position to work with. The Cowboys did find some success but true Freshman Jason Vaughn was always in the right position to stop the no huddle air raid attack. He alone made three tackles in a row to force a mid ranged FG. The first quarter would end with Oregon State up by 11 points.​
    The second quarter was very similar as the first as the Beavers would score another 14 points, but this time Okie Lite would get a touchdown of their own. Starting RB Malcolm Agnew to everyone's surprise made it through the entire game without injury but it was planned that way. Coach Saw would let him run the ball a couple of times before letting Stevenson or Ward into the game. The first drive of the quarter had Agnew slicing and dicing the front seven up but once Coach Saw him breathing heavy he would put in Stevenson. Stevenson would be the first RB to score from two yards out. Finally the no huddle broke down the defense enough to where the Cowboys would find their TE Zac Veatch wide open for the 4 yard TD pass. Again the Beavers were put in a position to where they could score after a couple of runs and did with a beautiful pass by Mannion. Mannion set in the pocket trying to find a quick route on the outside to setup Trevor Romaine but instead found Richard Mullaney all by himself. Mullaney was just there, uncovered and Mannion threw a dart right to him for the 56 yard TD. Halftime would end with Oregon State up 28-10.

    The second half was much of the same but with the backups in the final quarter of play the Cowboys were able to put a few good drives together in the losing effort. In the third quarter we would see some flashes of how good Malcolm Agnew can be when healthy.​
    After the big run the defense would come out and play pretty well the rest of the third. The only blemish was the 30 yard FG allowed right before the backups were put in. Going into the fourth quarter up 35-13 Coach Saw decided to let the backups play. Some of the Beaver defenders showed promise as LOLB Kyle Gardner was able to record two tackles and get in front of a couple of passes. On the offensive side of the ball RB Terron Ward his speed and elusiveness to snag 53 yards on 8 carries and a TD. All and all the defense played well by making it hard for Okie Lite to score their last two TDs. ​
    FINAL SCORE
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    [​IMG] 27
    PLAYER OF THE GAME: QB Sean Mannion- 13/19, 248 yards, 3 TD
     
  3. I Peench

    I Peench Caught in the hustle

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    #10 UNC 31
    USF 24
    Heels Hang On, Down Bulls
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    Bryn Renner led the charge, completing 17-26 for 208 yards and 3 scores. TJ Thorpe caught 8 passes for a touchdown, while Giovanni Bernard got 87 yards on the ground before getting hurt AGAIN. Aside from two deep passes to USF WR Terrence Mitchell, the USF offense was pretty much shut down. Travis Huges and Terry Shankle led the charge for the UNC defense, with an interception each.
    Heels move to 2-0 and look to continue rolling in College Park next week as they take on the Terrapins
     
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  4. Danthraxxx

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    Ducks hold on to win in a brutal defensive struggle agains the Noles
    20-17
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    Oregon welcomed the #1 ranked Florida State Seminoles into the Autzen zoo for what some were forecasting as the game of the year , and neither team would budge in this one as it went down to the wire.

    The first half was a back and forth battle as both teams struggled to move the ball. The Seminoles struck first with a 38 yard FG in the first quarter to take an early lead. The Ducks were able to muster up short drive and tie the game on a 30 yard field goal to tie, and late in the second quarter added a 43 yarder to go up 6-3 at the half.

    Florida state came out looking to open up the offense in the second half but found themselves struggling to pass protect , which seemed to be the theme of the day. Luckily for the Noles' the very talented defense showed up for this one as well and held Oregon for must of the 3rd until QB Bryan Bennett hit Daylon Blackmon for a 42 yards TD to go up 13-3 very late in the 3rd. The Noles' however moved right down the field and scored a TD on the first play of the 4th to make it a 13-10 game. After a long drive Duck back up halfback Kenny Bassett punched one in from the goal line to go up 20-10 with 2:31 left.

    Things were not looking good for Florida State at this point , but after a hectic drive in the no huddle the Noles' scored on a 14 yard TD pass to make it 20-17 with 1:19 left and all 3 time outs still available. The Ducks sent the onside kick team to the field but were met by the Noles normal kickoff team , after a brief scamper to form up the Noles kicked it off and the final possession was underway. Oregon had trouble running the ball all day and this series would be no different, as the first two runs netted virtually no yards and ate no clock after 2 timeouts. This next play show below would seal the game , as coach Danthraxxx made the gutsy call to go to the air and let junior QB Bryan Bennett decide the Ducks fate , after slipping past the pass rush he threw a seed to a heavily guarded Daylon Blackmon who picked up the first down by inches to seal this thrilling game.






    After the game coach Danthraxx in the press conference was asked about his teams big win , he responded by opening a beer and taking a long drink before saying " great win for my Ducks today , hope we never have to play those guys again , coach Mike E has a tough team and I will be shocked if they don't roll over the rest of the ACC"


    Great game Mike E !!!


    Stats -

    Total offense -
    Oregon 250 yards
    FSU 223

    Turnovers -
    Oregon 0
    FSU 1

    TOP -
    Oregon 16:52
    FSU 11:08

    Player of the game -
    Bryan Bennett 17-22 250 yards 1 TD 24 yards rushing
     
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