Week 4, 2018

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  1. Spayer419

    Spayer419 Walk On

    Jun 23, 2012
    Oklahoma vs. #9 LSU​
    #1 Notre Dame vs. Duke​
    #2 Ohio State vs. #8 Nebraska​
    #4 Texas vs. #23 Auburn​
    #11 Florida vs. Tennessee​
    #13 North Carolina vs. Syracuse​
    #14 Georgia Tech vs. #16 Florida State
    #17 Iowa vs. Iowa State​
    #22 Michigan vs. Illinois​
    User Game of the Week: #3 Alabama vs. #5 Wisconsin

  2. macc24usc

    macc24usc Walk On

    Sep 28, 2010
    No sign from Rekkapryde around here and no contact, I'm availible all day today but would like to schedule a time soon. 5195672221
  3. fishdock

    fishdock Walk On

    Feb 9, 2012

    In a hotly contested SEC battle, the Oklahoma Sooners were able to exact revenge against the LSU Tigers. The coaches and kids, and most likely the fans, all had this game circled on the calendar after LSU left Norman with everything except the Sooners' jockstraps. This year, the tides have turned, and the Sooners proved victorious and ride out of Death Valley one win closer to returning to national prominence. Oklahoma took the first kickoff, and promptly saw QB Brent Price throw a coverage pick to start the game. The Tigers drove down the field on the Sooners, but the defense stood tall and held them to three points. On the next drive, the Sooners were able to move the ball effectively down the field and put up three points of their own. In the second quarter, the coaches both opened up their playbooks and the fans on hand saw a flurry of action going across both goal lines. Most notably, Kyle Walker caught two long TD passes from Brent Price, and after both teams took turns delivering their scoring blows, the half time score stood at Oklahoma 24, LSU 20.
    The third quarter was reminsicient of the first, with both teams stalling out on several drives and only putting up three points each. Towards the end of the third quarter, the Sooner faithful had to watch in agony as QB Brent Price lay on the ground after a huge hit that resulted in his exit from the game. Later reports indicated that Price would be fine going forward, but would remain on the sideline for the rest of the game. After forcing a punt from LSU, Oklahoma fans got their first glimpse of freshman PR Clifton Jones ability when he returned a punt all the way back to LSU's 25-yard line. Jones has admittedly had a slow start to the season, but proved, at least on one return, that he has the potential to be someone special. With the score tied, Logan Joseph was put at the helm of the ship, and with a few miraculous throws (considering how inaccurate he has proven to be) found TE Steve Osborne in the end zone for what ended up being the game winning touchdown. In the last few minutes of the game, the Tigers were unable to find the first down marker against a hungry Oklahoma defense, and Grant Hayes was able to keep the clock moving while holding on to the football.
    Needless to say, this was a huge win for an Oklahoma program on the rise. Last year was everything short of success, and it seems like the Sooners are poised to make some noise in the SEC. After knocking off the #9 team in the country, the Sooners expect to find themselves back in the Top 25 and will start prepping for Arkansas next week.
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  4. Rekkapryde

    Rekkapryde Walk On

    Jul 4, 2012
    I can play in an hour
  5. macc24usc

    macc24usc Walk On

    Sep 28, 2010
    Georgia Tech Rallies in 4th to Secure Victory

    It looked like it would be all FSU after the first quarter as JR QB Ryan Morgan over came two early interceptions that put GT into a fortunate 10-0 lead. The Noles would rally back for 14 straight, due in part to true freshman WR Marcus Johnson. MJ88 used his 6'5 frame to catch passes where Yellow Jacket defenders were literally uncapable of making plays on. It was an interesting game because these were the two teams who heavily competed for the consensus #1 player out of high school last years services, Johnson opting out of a GT scholarship to remain close to home in Tallahaassee.

    Morgan found Johnson in the endzone from 5 yards out to make t 10-7 GT and on the ensuing play JR CB Dwayne Gamble intercepted All American QB Brian Green and took it back to the house for 6 on a beautiful return, FSU 14-10. The Noles forced another quick punt and FSU took control early with a quick curl route to Johnson turned into two broken tackles by the GT DBs and Johnson raced 78 yards down the field beating numerous defenders for his 2nd score of the day, 21-10 FSU. The Seminoles would need a stop to maintain momentum but GT would use their multiple back sets and cause some confusion for FSU's young defense. Bryan Salas would tip toe into the endzone untouched before the half giving GT 7 and making the score 21-17 going into the half with GT scheduled to receive the ball.

    The 3rd proved to be much like the first, a defensive battle until RB Ron Walton got into the endzone twice, once thru the air and one on the ground....with FSU's Ryan Morgan finding his top target, super soph. Chip Mitchell from 22 out. The teams would exchange leads in the 3rd and GT came out on top 31-28.

    With the game headed into the 4th and up for grabs, FSU needed a stop badly. On a drive that appeared to be stalling for the Yellow Jackets All American Wr Colby Foreman took a simple pass over the middle to the house for 6 after a broken tackle. FSU would answer with a field goal to make it a 7 point game, but all hope was lost when GT took a 14 point lead late, TE Danny Smith from 46 yards out. Marcus Johnson added another TD in garbage time to draw his team within 7 but a GT recovered onside kick would ice the game, GT 45 FSU 38.

    Players of the Game
    GT - QB Brian Green 16 of 26, 432 yards 5TDs 1INT
    FSU - WR Marcus Johnson 5 catches 134 yards 3TDs.

    "We're still young on defense. Our guys played their hearts out but got beat by an upper-class team in GT. We dropped a few interceptions that could've changed momentum but over time we will improve in that area. We get no rest, host a tough UNC squad next week who we've got revenge from last year planned on,"
  6. Glen Cieske

    Glen Cieske Walk On

    Jul 2, 2012
    Btw Jandy and I have our game scheduled for tonight.

    On a side note my auto correct keeps trying to change "jandy" to "handy" I get a little laugh every time.
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  7. macc24usc

    macc24usc Walk On

    Sep 28, 2010
    When are you guys scheduled so I can organize a time with Tony to play our game tonight.
  8. Antonio T.

    Antonio T. Walk On

    Jul 1, 2012
    Looks like all the user vs user games are played. Are we advancing tonite?
  9. Crumbler81

    Crumbler81 Walk On

    Jul 5, 2012
    Wolverines Stonewall Fighting Illini 20-7
    Wins B1G Opener
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    Senior HB Brian Weldon had his first 100-yard game of the season and freshman WR Richard Robinson had a breakout game, but the story of this contest was the Michigan D. After putting up two of the worst defensive performances in the nation, the Michigan defense finally came alive holding Illinois to 210 total yards and forcing 3 turnovers. It was a defensive struggle in the 1st Half as the Wolverines only held a 3-0 lead going into the locker room, but FS Nate Taylor changed all that in the 3rd with 50-yard fumble return for a TD and WR Robinson added a 75-yard catch and run to give Michigan a 17-0 advantage late in the 3rd. Illinois would finally get on the board with just over 2 minutes left in the 3rd, but could not get any closer.
    Next, Michigan goes on the road to face the defending National Champs in South Bend.
    QB A King - 11/16, 131 YDS, TD, 2 INT
    HB B Walker - 14 RUSH, 44 YDS
    WR J Scott - 3 REC, 47 YDS
    B Keith - 3 TKLS, SCK
    QB Jon Huff - 13/18, 201 YDS, TD, 5 RUSH, 30 YDS
    HB Brian Weldon - 30 RUSH, 126 YDS
    WR Richard Robinson - 3 REC, 90 YDS, TD
    FS Nate Taylor - 4 TKLS, FR, TD
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