Week 4, 2016

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  1. Spayer419

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    #12 Georgia Tech @ #14 Notre Dame
    #2 Wisconsin vs. Arizona State​
    #17 Oklahoma vs. West Virginia​
    #3 Auburn vs. #10 South Carolina​
    #1 Ohio State vs. Troy​
    User Game of the Week: #5 Texas @ #15 North Carolina

     
  2. Glen Cieske

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    Wisconsin improves to 3-0 with win over ASU

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  3. cyhiphopp

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    Rekkapryde

    When do you want to play? Friday night?
     
  4. Spayer419

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    In honor of thanksgiving the four of you have today and tomorrow to play your user games. Good luck
     
  5. fishdock

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    Sooners Need All Four Quarters, Pull Out the W​
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    In a game muddled by rain in Norman, the Oklahoma Sooners faced their first conference test in West Virginia. The Mountaineers shot out of the gate to take an early 7-0 lead, and then the teams continued to trade points as is to be expected in the Big 12. About midway through the first quarter, Oklahoma changed the guard at running back from David Smith to Alex Ross, and began using a two headed monster out of the backfield. The Sooners were controlling the game and the clock until Ross but the ball on the turf in the red zone and WVU CB Grimes took it all the way back to regain the lead for the Mountaineers. With the momentum clearly in the Mountaineers favor, Early King flipped the swithc and took the momentum back by taking the kickoff all the way back for a touchdown. That being said, the Mountaineers drove right back down the field and put up ten unanswered points against a gassed Sooners defense and held a 24-17 lead.​
    Oklahoma came out of the gates in the second half with a big defensive stop, and the next drive resulted with a TD to TE Laith Harlow. Again the two teams continued to swap scores, giving the Oklahoma faithful a little anxiety headed to the fourth quarter. Still effectively using the run, the Sooners continued to move the ball down the field, but could never get close enough to the red zone and were forced to punt several times. Finally, after wearing down the defense, Oklahoma's head coach decided to take advantage and call on Early King who caught two huge touchdown passes with two minutes left in the third quarter. With the score tied going in to the fourth quarter, Oklahoma relied heavily on the run game to work some clock, and eventually got caught with a third and long within their own ten yard line. Looking for a prayer, Oklahoma sent Early King on a fly route, and he burned his defender to go ninety three yards which proved to be the game winning score.​
    It wasn't a pretty win, but it was a win all the same, and Oklahoma proved superior. As the season continues, Oklahoma's defense is turning out to be quite a turnover machine, but they still have holes that allow opponents to put big points up on the board. Oklahoma's decision to let Early King convert to wideout has proven to be productive, and the coaches are excited to see what lies before them with their new tandem out of the backfield.​
     
  6. Rekkapryde

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    Yeah, can you run now?
     

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