Week 5, 2014

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  1. Spayer419

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    Thanks to everyone who adjusted their schedule to ensure Glen Cieske and I could play tonight

    =============== #1 Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0) ===============
    Last week the Buckeyes were idle.
    This week, the Buckeyes will host Wisconsin (2-1).

    =============== #2 Oregon Ducks (3-0) ===============
    Last week the Ducks were idle.
    This week, the Ducks travel to Los Angeles to face the #11 USC Trojans (3-1).

    =============== LSU Tigers (2-2) ===============
    Last week, LSU won 40-10 against Georgia (1-3).
    This week, the Tigers travel to Knoxville to face the Tennessee Volunteers (0-4).

    =============== #6 Texas A&M Aggies (3-1) ===============
    Last week, Texas A&M won 70-7 against Vanderbilt (1-1).
    This week, the Aggies will host #7 Arkansas (4-0).

    =============== #12 Florida Gators (3-1) ===============
    Last week, Florida won 21-17 against Tennessee (0-4).
    This week, the Gators will host Kentucky (2-2).

    =============== #7 Arkansas Razorbacks (4-0) ===============
    Last week, Arkansas won 49-7 against Northern Illinois (0-3).
    This week, the Razorbacks travel to College Station to face the #6 Texas A&M Aggies (3-1).

    =============== #24 Penn State Nittany Lions (2-1) ===============
    Last week the Nittany Lions were idle.
    This week, the Nittany Lions will host Buffalo (2-1).

    =============== Wisconsin Badgers (2-1) ===============
    Last week, Wisconsin won 30-6 against Rutgers (1-2).
    This week, the Badgers travel to Columbus to face the #1 Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0).

    =============== #11 USC Trojans (3-1) ===============
    Last week, USC won 38-17 against Washington (2-1).
    This week, the Trojans will host #2 Oregon (3-0).

    =============== #3 Stanford Cardinal (4-0) ===============
    Last week, Stanford won 44-7 against Utah (2-2).
    This week, the Cardinal travel to Boulder to face the Colorado Buffaloes (4-0).

    =============== #23 Nebraska Cornhuskers (1-2) ===============
    Last week, Nebraska won 24-0 against Georgia State (0-4).
    This week, the Cornhuskers travel to Minneapolis to face the Minnesota Golden Gophers (1-2).

    =============== #15 Texas Longhorns (1-1) ===============
    Last week, Texas lost 35-28 against Kansas (3-0).
    This week, the Longhorns will host #14 West Virginia (3-0).
     
  2. guitarDADDY1208

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    Np man I'm stoked for 10am tomorrow. Hoping to exact some revenge on the ducks
     
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  3. jandy

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    Can't wait to quack all over the Trojans in the Coliseum ;)
     
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    We are running a special on roast duck in the concession stands this week!
     
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    BUCKEYES EDGE PAST BADGERS IN DEFENSIVE STANDSTILL
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    Except for a few big plays, Wisconsin was able to stifle the often electric Ohio State offense. Except for a few big plays that is.

    After falling behind 7-0 early, it took just two plays for the top-ranked Buckeyes to even the score. Sophomore Dontre Wilson took a handoff on a read option play and met a Badger safety in the second level, stuttered right, bounced left and put the entire Wisconsin defense hot in pursuit. With the defense on his tail, Wilson turned on his world-class afterburners and raced toward the endzone for six (highlight online).

    After a play like that, the sellout crowd packed inside the Horseshoe primed themselves for an offensive shootout. But from that point forward the game turned into a defensive slugfest, as both offenses had to work hard for each yard. In the end Ohio State was more successful getting theirs, exemplified by the hard one-yard touchdown run on third-and-goal by Rod Smith to essentially seal up the game in the fourth quarter.

    Good game Glen Cieske. It's never easy playing you and the Badgers, I don't care what the team ratings are. Glad we're in different divisions this year.

    Game Notes
    = Dontre Wilson carried the ball 13 times for 119 yards and a TD. He also caught three passes for 12 yards and a score
    = Rod Smith was a monster between the tackles, racking up 63 yards on 10 carries with a score
    = Bradley Roby and Curtis Grant each had an intercepton


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    48 passings yards but you pulled out the win lol. Just looking at the stats, it looked like quite a good game.
     
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  8. MrWitness36

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    I can have my game played in a couple hours or so
     
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  9. H22APWRD94

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    Yes, I will probably be kicking off around 10PM CT tonight.
     
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  10. MrWitness36

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    Geaux Bayou Bengals! W 38-24


    Tigers seem to be in a groove of things winning 3 straight with good qb play from Rivers. Senior rb Killiard just assume the position of fulltime starter two games ago is showcasing his talents. Defense came to Tennessee to play forcing 2 turnovers interception, and two nice coverage sacks.

    Stats:

    S. Rivers 14/28 237 yds 3 Td

    K. Hilliard 22 att 114 yds 1 Td

    O. Beckham 6 rec 93 yds 2 Td

    D. Hunter 8 tack 2 sack

    Next week UF travel to Death Valley for a tough SEC (east) matchup.
     
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  11. Charlie Xavier

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    Longhorns fall again to a tough WVU team 41-22. New coach Xavier is 0-2 in his first two games and seems to still be keeping his confidence. After the game we got to catch up with coach and see what he had to say "I want to apologize to longhorn nation, but these things sometimes have to happen with a new team, we will learn from our mistakes and move on to next weeks game". WVU showed a great defense and one of the best QB's in the nation with Hillard.
     
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    Ronnie Harris pick off the Shane Dillon pass and returns it 85 yards for a score

    Cardinal score 28 in 4th, finish off upstart Buffaloes
    Boulder, CO - Stanford this time were sure glad there are four quarters in a game. Stanford was looking to keep pace in the National Championship race. Colorado was looking for respect period, being 4-0 and unranked. Stanford playing in its second straight road conference game, looked sluggish at the start, but ran off 28 fourth quarter points to out-distance the Buffaloes Saturday afternoon 59-31. Stanford was anchored by the running game today, as both Barry Sanders Jr and Ricky Seale topped the century mark. Sanders Jr. rushed for 122 yards and a score while Ricky Seale sealed the deal with 138 yards and 3 scores, two coming in the final stanza. Stanford went on to gain 569 total yards, 265 of which came rushing, a season high.

    Stanford (5-0, 3-0 PAC 12) once again got off to a slow start, failing to convert on 3rd down and forced into a punt. Colorado came out firing right away, breaking tackles left and right which would become a trend during the game. The Buffs would move to the red-zone before Ronnie Harris stepped in front of a pass and raced 95 yards the other direction to put Stanford up seven. Colorado would respond with a FG drive, eating up almost four minutes on the clock. Stanford would quickly get into scoring position on the right arm of Kevin Hogan. Hogan would finish the day with 304 yards, 3 TDs and 2 INTs. Ricky Seale would punch it in from three yards out make the score 14-3 looking to break away.

    Colorado did not fade way as expected, and when Christian Power broke seven tackles and raced 52 yards for the score, they were back behind only four. Powell would gain 111 yards on only 13 carries. The teams would go on to trade jabs throughout the second and third quarters. Back and forth as both teams would not relent, and when Paul Richardson hauled in a 9-yard score from Shane Dillon early in the 4th, the teams were nodded up at 31. Dillon finished with 374 yards, 4 scores, but threw 2 critical INTs. From there, the Stanford running game would take over. Sanders Jr. keyed the next drive, which was capped by a Kelsey Young TD catch, and after Dillon was intercepted on Colorado's next drive, Sanders Jr. would score from 23 yards out to put Stanford up 14 midway through the quarter. After a Colorado 3-and-out, Seale took over and would gain all 55 yards on the next drive and another score. Stanford will get another home game next week against Washington State before jumping back on the road to face Washington and the mighty Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
     
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    A&M - Arkansas
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    Aggies Overcome Poor Showing by Offense to Win Rivalry Game
    This week was a matchup between the top two Heisman candidates in the early projections. "Thunder" Collins vs Matt Davis. There should have been tons of yards put up.
    Matt Davis did not come to play in this one. He completed 7 passes to his team, and 4 to Arkansas. He ended up with 96 passing yards and 5 rushing yards.
    Luckily for him Arkansas had similar issues on offense. Collins was injured early and his backup ran tough, but Allen and his backup racked up only 37 yards through the air.
    The game started out poorly. After a solid run, Davis' first pass was intercepted, giving Arkansas prime field position. They went to the ground and drove down the field. However Brandon Allens first pass was also an interception, on the 2 yard line. The two teams would trade turnovers and punts going scoreless in the first. Arkansas got on the board first at the beginning of the second. A&M answered less than 2 minutes later with their own TD. The Razorbacks would finish out the first half with a TD taking a 14-7 halftime lead.

    Arkansas took the second half kickoff, looking to run their ball control offense, control the clock, and stretch their lead. That plan was foiled as Allen scrambled, took a big hit from DE Obioha and put the ball on the ground. LBer Tommy Sanders scooped up the ball and streaked to the end zone to tie up the score.
    Brandon Williams earned his scholly this week ripping off solid runs in the 3rd and 4th quarter. Early in the 4th, coach HipHopp was faced with a decision. He had a 4th and short and could break the tie with a long field goal attempt (no gimme) or go for it and continue the drive into the red zone. The gamble paid off with a short run by Williams. Arkansas did not fold though, forcing a 3rd and long from the 13. Davis connected with Mike Evans for the go ahead TD.
    It was time for the defense to stand tall. They would force a punt on Arkansas next drive and the running game went to work, keeping the clock running. The Arkansas D forced a punt with under 2 minutes left but the offense could not maintain their drive. A&M would be able to kneel the ball and run out the clock.

    Player of the game: LB Tommy Sanders 4 tackles and Fumble Return for TD


     
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