Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by MartyWebb, Aug 16, 2012.
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Barrow led Ute D stymies Wisconsin, 31-7
Barrow's 2 sacks and INT help hold Badgers to just 175 yards Utah had explosive games from all three of its leading freshmen. Luke Dunn had an efficient game through the air with 2 scores and 151 yards off 14/19 passing. But Dunn's legs (which did not tire despite playing a series at FS) had 141 yards off 16 carries, including a 37 yard TD. Both of Dunn's scores came to Luke Williams, who is clearly the freshman signal caller's favorite target. Williams had 5 catches for 49 yards. But it was the defense that was the star of the game against #16 Wisconsin. Andre Barrow's natural athleticism took over many times, first shown on a deep route where Barrow was beaten deep but his speed allowed him to recover and make a leaping interception. His two sacks both came on third down, helping the Utes hold Wisconsin to just 1 third down conversion. Barrow's 3 TFL also kept the Badgers on the wrong side of the rushing total, with -25 yards rushing.
Uconn played with a ton of emotion in the first half and was really taking it to us. They finished the first half up 17-10 after we scored late in the 2nd and notched a FG before halftime. In the 2nd half I think the depth and talent differential finally started to shine through as we would outscore them 28-12. The UCONN QB had a great game going 17-25 for 370 yards and 4 TDs. Ryan Williams was no slouch either with 200 yards and 3 TDs hisself. The difference proved to be the running game. Randy Johnson and Ken Woodward both ran for a TD a piece and helped tire out the uconn defense. Both backs had at least 14 carries and were right around 80 yards a piece.
Clemson too much for Beavers
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