Week 5, 2013

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  1. Spayer419

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    Pretty average schedule this week, but a good opportunity for everyone to get back into the win column.​
    #7 Virginia Tech @ Baylor​
    #4 Ohio State vs. North Carolina​
    #8 LSU vs. UAB​
    #5 Texas vs. Kansas​
    Oklahoma @ #11 Kansas State​
    #6 Florida @ Kentucky​
    #1 Notre Dame vs. USC​
    #18 Georgia Tech vs. #13 Texas Tech​
    #9 Georgia @ Vanderbilt​
    User Game of the Week: #12 Wisconsin vs. #20 Michigan State​

     
  2. cmassey13

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    Texas leaves little doubt in dominating Kansas 52-7
    In a matchup of unbeaten Big 12 teams, the Texas Longhorns dominated the Kansas Jayhawks in their conference opener. Kansas was able to keep it close early on, but the pressure from the Longhorn defense was just too much for them to handle. The Horns racked up eight sacks and forced two turnovers, one of which was returned for a touchdown when CB Quandre Diggs grabbed an interception and raced 38 yards for the score. Texas HB Malcolm Brown managed just 80 yards on 20 carries but did find the endzone three times. Texas QB David Ash was again efficient going 14 of 20 for 225 yards with 2 touchdowns and an interception. The Horns were able to give both starting units plenty of rest in the 4th quarter in this lopsided affair.

    Next week, the Longhorns travel to Lubbock, TX to take on conference foe #13 Texas Tech, in what should be an interesting matchup of very different playing styles.

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    Before their match-up aginst Oklahoma, the Hokies early looked like they forgot they had a game against the Baylor Bears. Logan Thomas threw 3 1st half interceptions but he also threw 3 1st half touchdowns while the defense scored their 1st touchdown of the year as the Hokies beat the Bears 31-24. Tony Gregory and JC Coleman were very good today running and catching as they both combined for 165 total yards and a touchdown. Coleman was very good in the return game as he had 197 total return yards. The Bears really came to play as the pressure Logan Thomas into throwing 3 int's and sacking him 4 times. The o-line protected better in the 2nd half as the Hokies ran the ball to protect the slim lead and got the victory with a Logan Thomas 3rd down scramble late in the 4th quarter. Last two games have come down to the last quarter but as they say "A win is a win". Next week as said earlier the Hokies next play a very game Oklahoma squad that beat TCU. Should be a good match-up and test for both teams.
     
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    Mettenberger & Montgomery play big roles in 35-23 win

    Les Miles admitted after the 35-23 win over UAB that his team and the coach staff were looking ahead to the big showdown next week against Auburn, UAB came in and took a early 10-0 lead before the Tigers would get on the score board on a 70 yard pass from Zach Mettenberger to Odell Beckham Jr with 0:39 left in the 1st half. Jonathan Perry looked great for the Dragons but the defensive line of LSU dominated the 2nd half racking up 5 sacks alone and LSU finally got it's offense settled in and Michael Ford and company put up 28 2nd half points including a 69 yard run by Ford that put the nail in the coffin.

    Offensive Star : Zach Mettenberger 15/24 ; 250 yards ; 3 TD ; 1 INT
    Defensive Star : Sam Montgomery 7 Tackles ; 5 TFL, 4 sacks ; 2 FF
     
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  5. Spayer419

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    My god, my game has frozen 3 times now, all in the first half. I'm going to clean my disk and delete the dynasty file from my HD. hopefully it helps
     
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    We're all rooting for you.
     
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    cmassey13 Keep the pounding of the Big 12 up. I want our non-conference showdown later this season to be EPIC.
     
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    A new star rises, Georgia pounds another victim into the ground
    The Bulldogs continue to look good. They seem to get better week after week. Murray is now heating up, Ty Smith, SO TE, has yet to drop a pass, and the Georgia defense is insanely good. Vanderbilt was optimistic at home, but clearly learned that Georgia was a more dominant team. Georgia ended up winning 35-7. Vanderbilt scored with 20 seconds left on the clock. The beat down wasn't suprising, but what is was the performance of one kid. That young man is Ross Williams, the true freshman. After a few weeks of poor showings by Malcome, Ross got the nod to back up Marshall as the second string RB. He dominated on the few touches he was given. Rushing for an incredible 145 yards and 3 touchdowns, on only 10 carries. "He was lightning quick and made cuts like I've never seen before." said coach Richt. Look for this kid to possibly get the starting role after his stellar performance. Other notable contributors, the entire defense. They shut down Vanderbilt entirely. Georgia has a very good team with plenty of freshman who are starting and playing great. Georgia looks to continue their winning ways next week against #14 UCLA.
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  9. cmassey13

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    Gonna do my best TheMNorthFace. Some tougher games coming up soon though.
     
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    Buckeyes Beat 'Heels, Lose Hall
    Ohio State's offense looked as good as it had all season in their 45-3 win over North Carolina, but it will be hard for them to keep at such a high level of play in the coming weeks after losing Ray Hall to injury. The freshmen, Hall, broke his ribs in the third quarter and doctors estimate that he will be sidelined for at least three weeks. OSU coaches are cautiously optimistic that Hall will return for the Buckeyes week 8 games against Glen Cieske and Wisconsin. Hall has been a revelation so far this season, leading the team in catches (16) and receiving touchdowns (4). He has also scored on a kick return. It will be impossible for one person to replace Hall, given his abilities as a receiver, rusher and returner but OSU will look toward freshmen running back Tavaris McLaurin and senior receiver Corey Brown to fill the void. Both have exceptional playmaking abilities and will have an opportunity to break out in their expanded roles.​

    Braxton Miller had another fantastic game in OSU's win, completing 19 of 31 passes for 329 yards and 4 touchdowns. He also accounted for 103 yards rushing and one more score. Miller's yards and touchdowns don't match some of the other Heisman hopefuls, but his 13-to-1 touchdown-to-interception ration is the best in the nation. He will look to continue his campaign without his favorite target next weekend as the Buckeyes host Minnesota.

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    Ohio State will miss freshmen Ray Hall, who had emerged as the team's best playmaker
     
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    On a raining day in Madison James White saw his worst game of the season unfold infront of him. After two lost fumbles that led to 14 Spartan points the badgers were in a deep hole. The Sparty defense came ready to stop the run making the badgers turn to FR(RS) Bart Houston's arm and boy did he respond, throwing 4 touchdown passes, the last to seal the game in the fourth quarter with around one minute to go. The Badgers continue they're tough schedule with FSU and then OSU hopefully Wisconsin can keep rolling and keep their B1G hopes alive.
     
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    IRISH SURVIVE SHOOTOUT WITH TROJANS

    USC came to play after last year's beating in LA, but once again Notre Dame prevailed, 48-34 in a shootout in South Bend.

    Both teams relied heavily on their passing attacks as USC's Kessler threw for 415 yards and 4 scores. Gunner Kiel racked up 290 yards and 5 TDs on his own to match USC, but the difference was in the turnover battle as Kessler threw 2 picks to Kiel's 1.

    With under a minute to play, the game was tied at 34 when Kiel found Tyler Eifert wide open down the middle of the field and they connected for a 54 yard TD strike. On the second play of the Trojan's ensuing possession, Isaiah Williams jumped Robert Woods route and intercepted the pass, carrying it all the way to the one yard line. Cierre Wood pounded in the 1 yard TD to seal the victory for Notre Dame.

    The Irish host Michigan State next week and it's a big recruiting week as 11 prospects are scheduled to visit.
     

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