Week 7 Game Summaries (2014)

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  1. Kapono

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    Kansas 34
    WVU 27

    Kansas wins a tight one. Can't do a full summary till Sunday b/c I'm driving home tomorrow morning and gotta sleep. Just barely pulled this one out and barely held on on the goalline
     
  2. RyanC

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    Disregard this topic. Kapono beat me
     
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    Arky - 24
    Auburn - 41

    The Razorbacks came out of the gate firing on all cylinders, jumping out to a 17-0 lead early in the second quarter. A long drive by the Tigers that got inside the Razorback five led to decision time for Coach RyanC, who had already converted a 4th and inches on the 15 yard line. But after a long thought process he sent out the kicking team to cut the lead to two touchdowns. It turned out to be the correct decision because on the next possession Arky QB Brandon Allen slipped on his drop back and threw a duck out to the flats that was picked off by Scott Stephens and returned 44 yards to the house to draw within a touchdown. After another defensive stand the Tigers got the ball on the 30 with 45 seconds left and after choosing to run with no timeouts on third and short, Coach RyanC dialed up a go route by WR Trovon Reed with slants underneath, but the Razorback D forgot about Reed, leaving him wide open for a 55 yard touchdown to even it at 17 heading into the half.

    The Razorback weren't going to give up however, marching down the field on the first possession of the second half and took a 24-17 lead. But the Tigers would respond big time, outscoring the Razorbacks 24-0 in the last 11:36 of the game to win comfortably.

    Gameball goes to QB Kiehl Frazier for his bounce back performance after his worst career game last week

    Stats

    Passing
    K. Frazier - 17/22, 200 yds, 2 TD/0 INT

    Rushing
    M. Blakely - 23 att, 81 yds, TD
    K. Frazier - 8 att, 46 yds

    Receiving
    J. Singleton - 5 rec, 37 yds, TD
    A. Smith - 5 rec, 61 yds
    T. Reed - 2 rec, 63 yds, TD
     
  4. Bulldog

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    Bulldogs escape Volunteers 31-23!

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    The Bulldogs barely escaped rival Tennessee Saturday but held on to win 31-23. Isaiah Crowell had is best game of the season and maybe his career and was the only thing working for the Bulldogs. Crowell rushed for 241 yards and 2 touchdowns on 27 carries. Christian Lemay had 2 touchdowns but couldn't complete anything completing only 9 out of 26 passes and throwing for 239 yards. On defense the Bulldogs got Ramik Wilson back from an injury and he had a total of 6 tackles. Next week the Dawgs play Vandy at home.
     
  5. Selvy9

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    #9 TCU 37
    #23 Kansas State 27

    Horned Frogs survive first road test, survive losing senior starting QB Trevone Boykin, and improve to 5-1 (2-1).

    After losing Boykin to a concussion early in the first quarter, sophomore Jack King was asked to fill some big shoes. The two teams traded scores through the first 3 quarters, but TCU's defense managed to keep KSU kicking 3's instead of scoring 7's, and the backup QB did just enough to earn the win. The TCU ground game did the rest in controlling the clock and keeping any comeback opportunities to a minimum.

    TCU
    Jack King; 9 for 19, 257 yards, 2 TDs. 8 carries, 49 yards, 1 TD.
    Dwight Smith; 21 carries, 64 yards
    Brandon Carter; 6 catches 206 yards, 2 TDs (player of the game)
    Ladarius Brown; 3 catches, 82 yards, 1 TD
     
  6. Kapono

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    Kansas 34
    WVU 27

    At halftime the score was even at 10-10 and neither offense was moving the ball too well. West Virginia scored first in the 3rd, then added a TD to take a 20-10 lead and with Kansas's offense in this game it seemed like their chances were slim. But on KU's first play back, Darrian Miller rushed 90 yards for the score to tighten it at 20-17 and KU later took a 24-20 lead. A Kansas FG and WVU TD brought the game to a tie with 6 minutes left, but Kansas took a 34-27 lead with 4 minutes left. WVU was able to drive all the way down the field and had a 1st and goal with a good amount of time left. After moving so successfully, WVU stalled on the 2 yard line and wasn't able to punch it in.

    Mike Cummings (QB)- 16-36 for 264 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT
    Darrian Miller (HB)- 13 carries for 89 yards
    Anthony Pierson (HB)- 17 carries for 66 yards, TD
    Jacorey Sheperd (WR)- 3 receptions for 77 yards, TD
    Marquis Jackson (WR)- 5 receptions for 75 yards
    Dexter McDonald (WR)- 4 receptions for 60 yards, TD
     
  7. Bucs

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    FSU 51
    Miami 19

    I dont remember if I played this or it was a sim. Either way FSU appeared to dominate on both sides of the ball. Miami only converted once in the redzone and didnt eclipse 300 total yards. Too much of a talent differential for the Canes to overcome.
     

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