Week 4, 2015

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  1. Spayer419

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    =============== #2 Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0) ===============
    Last week, Ohio State won 31-7 against Virginia Tech (1-1).
    This week, the Buckeyes travel to Minneapolis to face the Minnesota Golden Gophers (0-2).

    =============== #8 Oregon Ducks (1-1) ===============
    Last week, Oregon lost 28-21 against Texas A&M (2-0).
    This week, the Ducks will host #22 San Diego State (2-0).

    =============== #1 Texas A&M Aggies (2-0) ===============
    Last week, Texas A&M won 28-21 against Oregon (1-1).
    This week, the Aggies travel to Nashville to face the Vanderbilt Commodores (1-1).

    =============== #4 Arkansas Razorbacks (3-0) ===============
    Last week, Arkansas won 42-0 against Tennessee (2-1).
    This week, the Razorbacks are idle.

    =============== #6 Penn State Nittany Lions (3-0) ===============
    Last week, Penn State won 56-10 against Pittsburgh (1-1).
    This week, the Nittany Lions will host Boston College (1-1).

    =============== Wisconsin Badgers (2-1) ===============
    Last week, Wisconsin won 41-21 against Maryland (1-1).
    This week, the Badgers are idle.

    =============== #3 Stanford Cardinal (3-0) ===============
    Last week, Stanford won 27-24 against UCLA (2-1).
    This week, the Cardinal will host Utah (2-1).

    =============== #5 LSU Tigers (2-0) ===============
    Last week, LSU won 42-7 against Louisville (1-1).
    This week, the Tigers will host #14 Georgia (2-0).

    =============== #25 South Carolina Gamecocks (0-2) ===============
    Last week the Gamecocks were idle.
    This week, the Gamecocks will host UL Monroe (2-0).

    =============== #9 Iowa Hawkeyes (2-0) ===============
    Last week the Hawkeyes were idle.
    This week, the Hawkeyes will host Bowling Green (1-1).
     
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    cmassey13 jandy Jbek Glen Cieske MrWitness36 cyhiphopp H22APWRD94 Antonio T. carolinaeasy

    I'm seeing way to many instances of stat padding. The object of the game is not to get stats for your Heisman candidate. I have no problem with pounding your horses when the game is close but if its a blowout the stat padding should stop. Also, yardage is one thing but touchdowns is another. If you have a duel threat quarterback, you shouldn't be aiming to score multiple rushing and passing touchdowns with him weekly. If it happens thats obviously fine, but I feel like people are shooting for that outcome weekly. I care much more about you spreading your touchdowns around then your yards. If I continue to see blatant stat padding I will throw out game results.
     
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  3. Antonio T.

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    RUSH TO JUDGEMENT
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    Barry Sanders Jr. scores from 22 yards out in the second quarter.

    Cardinal blowout Utes depsite losing 4 players to injuries

    Palo Alto, CA - Stanford was glad to escape last week versus UCLA. This week, so such escape was needed. Barry Sanders Jr., forced into extra duty due to RB injuries, shredded the Utah defense for 273 rushing yards and six scores, leading the Cardinal to victory Saturday afternoon 63-28. Backup RB Korey Robinson missed the game due to an ankle injury, and injuries during the game to Remound Wright and Rob Walker, who was injured and fumbled on his first carry of the season, led to Sanders Jr. extended action. The Cardinal also lost lost starting QB Evan Crower in the first quarter due to a mild concussion. Backup Dallas Lloyd, who probably did not envision getting extended playing time versus his home-state school would go the rest of the way and handle the Stanford offense well. Lloyd finished 9/15 for 173 yards, and rushed 5 times for 34 yards, including a 10 yard scamper in the third quarter to put Stanford up 21.

    Stanford (4-0) thorugh its first three games, had thrown the ball almost 15% more than they had ran it, so the game-plan all game was to pound the running game against a softer Utah defensive front. But it was Utah who ran the ball well early and a 5-yard score from Jarell Oliver put Utah up 7-0. Oliver finished with 122 rushing and 101 receiving yards on the day for the Utes. Kelsey Young would return the ensuing kickoff 94 yards for the score to tie the game at 7. On Stanford's next possesion, Crower (1/5 for -2 yards) would be knocked out, replaced by Lloyd. Down 14-7, the running game would go to work. Mixed in with some key play-action passes, and after Remound Wright found find some running room on a 10-yard gain (and get injured and not return), a Sanders Jr. run from 22 yards out would tie the score, and he would also score again with :17 left in the half after a short Utah punt.

    Troy Thomas would take the opening second kickoff, make one cut and race upfield, going 108 yards to give Stanford a 28-14 lead. After Barry Sanders Jr would score from 25 yards out early in the 4th, the Cardinal would have reeled of 49 straight points after falling behind 14-7. On Stanford's next play from scrimmage, Walker would be crushed by a Utah lineman and fumble, which was fortunately recovered by C David Bright. Walker would leave with a strained shoulder and not return. Utah would score two touchdown late, recover two of three onside kicks, and continue to play hard despite way down. After a Stanford punt downed at the 2, MLB Mike Martinez would get his 1st INT of the season. Two Utah timeouts later, Sanders Jr. would score right up the middle to close the scoring.
     
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  4. MrWitness36

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    TIGERS IMPROVE TO 3-0
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    J. HILL 5 YARD TOUCHDOWN RUN

    BULLDOGS ARE NO MATCH FOR LSU
    Death Valley things was closer then expected with poor play from LSU offense. First career start for RS Soph quarterback Anthony Jennings didn't go so well but the team rallied around him. With nothing much happening Tigers manage to sneak down field using the strong legs of Senior Hill to end the drive with a 5 yard run. The one lone turnover came in the second series putting Georgia in nice field position, but the Tigers defense wasn't having that forcing a field goal. One last drive before the halftime show Jennings got the offense down field after a few couple of bad throws LSU had to settle for a field goal.

    This game was a poor showing for the young passing attack only completing 9/20. Senior QB Rivers was benched for poor performance in a couple previous games. One thing that was ticking is the rushing attack with 122 team rushing yards with the top dawg Hill 17 attempts 60 yards and 2 td's. Jennings helped out with his 54 yards and no td's. The leading targets for receiving for the game was Freshman Fisher 3 catches 43 yards. Defensive tackle leader dline Thompson with 5 on the night. Senior CB snatched a int from the redzone returned it for 35 before being hawked down. Next week Tigers host Tennessee hopefully they can keep the ball rolling to keep the lead in the SEC east.
     
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  5. H22APWRD94

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    I will be getting mine in late tonight.
     
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    DUCKS ARE VICTORIOUS BUT LOSE DAVIDSON FOR 10 WEEKS

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    The Oregon Ducks bounced back from a week 3 loss to Texas A&M and were the victors this week as they took down San Diego State 56-10. Freshman QB Jarvis Lumpkin was spectacular, going 22-28 for 260 yards and 3 TD to no interceptions. "He remained poised throughout the entire game and managed the offense really well," said Coach Jandy.

    However, the great play of the team was shadowed a bit by the loss of running back Calvin Davidson. On a play in which the sophomore half back was a blocker, he tore his shoulder muscle, which will sideline him for 10 weeks. This is a huge blow, as Oregon will begin conference play next week against USC. Fellow running backs Byron Marshall and Thomas Tyner will have to pick up the slack, but neither speed back can truly replace the bruising Davidson.​
     
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    BUCKS STRUGGLE TO WIN IN MINNEAPOLIS
    As the defending national champions, the No. 2-ranked Buckeyes expect a teams best shot week in and week out, and Minnesota lived up to that expectation in the teams' Big Ten opener. The Buckeyes struggled for the entirety of Saturday's game, particularly on offense, and squeaked by for a 28-16 victory.

    In his return to the field after being knocked out of the Virginia Tech game with an injury, sophomore quarterback JT Barrett was shaky, throwing two picks and failing to connect on several open deep balls set up by the OSU rushing attack. Bucks' back Dontre Wilson was yet again explosive, but as defenses continue to key in on him the Buckeyes will need Barrett to be the quarterback he was at times last season.

    A noteable takeaway from the game was the continued success of freshman speed back Aaron Jenkins. Jenkins, the No. 5 HB in last year's class, churned out 80 yards on 9 carries and at times looked every bit explosive as the Heisman candidate Dontre Wilson. Jenkins has definitely capitalized on his role in Ezekiel Elliot's absence, and was given impact player status prior to the game. Jenkins is not the only freshman on the team to be given such an honor, as corner back Marshon Stephens is also now an impact player. Stephens, the top rated corner in the class of 2015, has two interception already this year while primarily playing in the Buckeyes Dime package. Though it's great to see some of the young guys excelling, coach Speyer would undoubtably like to see some of the veterans take control of this championship caliber team.

    Next week the Bucks are off with a bye.

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    Aaron Jenkins is one of two true freshmen to earn impact player status for OSU
     
  9. Glen Cieske

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    I hate bye weeks
     
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    Ditto.
     
  11. Spayer419

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    I'll be feeling the bye week blues next week. Advance should be coming shortly
     
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  12. H22APWRD94

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    Iowa gets the two-fer against BGSU. The first game was a barnburner. Every time the Hawkeyes scored, the Falcons answered. QB Matt Johnson went HAM in game 1, completing 75% of his passes for 4 TD's no INT's, and no sacks. The Hawkeyes were able to keep it close with Rudock putting together a decent game of his own, and the ground game taking care of business. We got the ball with the opportunity to close the game, and delivered with a FG to make it 38-35 with 1 second remaining. BGSU even managed to ice the kicker on his home field. Then, it froze on the postgame photos.

    Try #2 was a much easier game for the Iowa defense. They managed 3 interceptions, 8 sacks, and held the BGSU offense to negative yardage on the ground. Rudock had a game to forget, but the run game spread the wealth between Canzeri, Malloy, and Barkley Hill. Canzeri went for over 110 yards on 18 carries, and 2 TD's. Michael Malloy had a great game, going for 223 all purpose yards and 2 TD's. Malloy was a threat to go the distance whenever he had the ball in his hands. He was close to breaking three different run plays, and had punt returns that left the defense re-taping their ankles. Iowa had this one sealed up at the half, and put it on cruise for the rest of the game. Final score 41-17, Iowa.
     

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