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Orangeman Squash Terrapins
Player of the Game: HB Jerome Smith - Syracuse - 23 Car, 136 Yards, 2 TDs, 2 Rec, 5 Yards
Interceptions definitely went up.
OHIO STATE AND THE NEW URBAN ATTACK TOO MUCH FOR THE SPARTANS Travis Howard with his second pick of the day. HIGHLIGHTS
Big Time Players Making Big Time PlaysWolverines survive the Swamp, winning 31-27. #9 Michigan found themselves deep inside "the swamp". Not knowing if they'd make it out alive or become Gator bait. The Florida Gators led by Coach sdid22 were sitting at #22 in the nation with a 4-0 record including a conference win over UT. After a back and forth 1st quarter where both teams tried to adjust to each other's play style, the Wolverines would strike first. Thomas Sprawls scored on one of his few carries for a 3 yard TD to put the Maize and Blue up 7-0. Florida would try to even it up but Kenny Demens would make a play, intercepting Jacoby Brissett's pass. Next play from scrimmage, the Wolverines would elect to make the Gators pay as Denard Robinson would float one up to WR Jonathan Keizer who used his 6'5 size to grab the ball out of the air putting the game at 14-0. Jacoby Brissett calmed himself and put together a game saving drive capping it off with a pass to Jordan Reed to put the Gators on the board. Michigan would quickly march down the field and notch a field goal. Michigan would head into the locker room up 17-7. In the 3rd quarter, Jacoby Brissett would score on a option keeper to give the Gators a gulp of air. However, Denard Robinson said, "anything you can do, I can do better" as he scampered for a 74 yard wham-bam-thank-you-mam read option score. With the score 24-14, Florida would take the game completely over as Coach Diddy started to find his groove with the playbook. Down after down, conversion after conversion until they found themselves with the lead 27-24. Denard Robinson would not let that spoil the day as he put together a game winning drive that resulted in a 1 yard Fitzgerald Toussaint TD run. Key Players Of The Game: Jacoby Brissett 19-26 310 yards passing, 1 TD 1 INT, 3 rushes for 8 yards, 2 TDDenard Robinson 11-20 123 yards passing, 1 TD, 7 rushes for 139 yards, 1 TD Latroy Pittman 5 receptions for 142 yards Great game Diddy, same time different place next year? You'll have to check the OD website for the videos because my girl and kids kicked me off the PS3.
gg I hope that this was on my end and not an issue going forward with the game dropping. Good luck the rest of the way.
Yeah, I can't take no more of this happening. Really a drag to such a nerve wrecking game. That last drive was not the same without you.
You deserved it man you ran your offense well. Hopefully we are scheduled to play next season that was fun.
Yet, I still have 0.
Panther Roar to First Victory in ACC In this game the Panthers would start slow but finish very strong. The first score was on a pass to Devin Street early in the second quarter. Pitt would add on later in the quarter after a fumbled by UNC. Tino Sunseri would drop back find no one open and end up taking it himself for a 9 yard TD. As the game headed towards the half Pitt would put together another great drive it would be capped off 21 yard TD pass to Mike Shanahan. The score would be 21-0 at halftime. In the third quarter Pitt would get their first INT of the season and it would get taken all the way back for a TD. In the final quarter Pitt would get a FG. Later in the quarter UNC would find the scoreboard on a run by Giovani Bernard. They would attempt the two point conversion and fail. On the kickoff backup running back Isaac Bennett would return the kickoff 95 yards for a TD and that would put the icing on the cake. Good game SteamboatReb good luck to you the rest of the season. Final Score: Pitt (1-4) (1-2) 38UNC (3-2) (0-2) 6Play of the Game
Eric Williams INT for TD
A&M WINS A&M WINS!!!!
How Sweet it Is!
Texas A&M inches past the Razorbacks in Southwest Classic.
INT-TD: T. Wilson intercepted by D. Everett
TAMU ARK1ST DOWNS10 18
3rd down conversions5/10 5/10
4th down conversions0/1 1/1
TOTAL OFFENSE310 306
PASSING YARDS195 163
Yards Per Attempt12.2 7.1
RUSHING YARDS115 143
Rushing Attempts30 33
Yard Per Rush3.8 4.3
Fumbles Lost0 0
Interceptions Thrown0 2
Pop ChampaignPenn State Silences Illini in Thriller 27 -24 Champaign, IL - The Nittany Lions and Fighting Illini squared off in the Prairie State to begin their Big Ten campaign's. Both teams were looking for answers as both were coming off of disappointing losses last week. (Maryland for PSU, LaTech for Illinois) The weather did not make it any easier, as the clouds opened up just in time for kickoff, leaving the field an essential Slip N' Slide. That did not stop the teams from airing it out. QB Paul Jones found his WR Alex Kenney for a 65 yard strike to put PSU on the board first, 7-0 in the first quarter.
It did not take Illinois long to respond as they took down the field and scored within 1 minute on a Scheelhaase 14 yard pass to WR Harris. After forcing PSU to punt, Illinois tacked on 3 to give them a 10-7 lead heading into the 2nd quarter. In the second, the only score came on a 42 yard FG by PSU's Fera, sending the teams to the locker room at a 10-10 deadlock. The second half saw fireworks, and they began in the 3rd in what was the play of the game as OLB Gerald Hodges picked off an option pitch from Scheelhaase to HB Young and taking it 65 yards for the go ahead score.
Illinois tied it up in the 4th quarter with a 1 yard run by WR Lankford, yet again forcing a tie at 17. Penn State took over and controlled the ball and the clock on the legs of HB Silas Redd. Redd would cap off the drive with a TD run, giving PSU a 24-17 lead with 3:15 remaining. Yet again, Illinois made it look easy as they scored a game tying touchdown in 45 seconds on a Josh Ferguson TD run. PSU had 2:30 left to move down the field and give themselves a chance to win. They did just that. On a crucial 3rd and 6, just on the brink of Field Goal range, Paul Jones found TE Garry Gilliam for a first down, giving the Nittany Lions the chance at a game winning field goal. They would line it up and put up the three as time expired, silencing the Illinois crowd and starting off their Big10 title chase with a big road win. Next up for PSU, a home visit from the Northwestern Wildcats. Key Stats QB P. Jones: 9 of 23 for 169 YDs 1 TD 1 INTQB N. Scheelhaase: 15 of 30 for 216 YDs 1 TD, 8 Rushes 76 YDs HB S. Redd: 21 Atts 98 YDs 1 TDTE G. Gilliam: 4 Recs 64 YDs Illinois Defense: 5 Total Sacks
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