Week 7 Scores

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  1. luvtotha9s

    luvtotha9s Walk On

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    Week 7 Scores

    The #18 Penn State Nittany Lions outlasted an always tough Iowa Hawkeyes squad today, 30-21. Royster ruled the ground, just falling 1 yard short of 200 yards on the day. Newsome was steady, and again didnt turn the ball over, completed 66% of his passes and tossed a TD.
    Offensive Standouts
    QB K Newsome 10-15 168yds 1TD
    POTG HB E Royster 32att 199yds 1TD 2rec 29yds
    HB S Green 8att 33yds 1TD 1rec 10yds
    TE M Wedderburn 4rec 73yds
    WR C Powell 2rec 33yds 1TD 3KR 74yds 24.8avg
    Defensive Standouts
    SS N Sukay 13Tkls 1TFL
    FS D Astorino 7Tkls
    LB N Bowman 6Tkls 1TFL
    CB S Morris 6Tkls 1FR
    DE E Latimore 5Tkls 1TFL 1FF
    LB M Mauti 3Tkls 1Sack
    DT O Ogbu 2Tkls 2TFL 1Sack
    Special Team Standouts
    K A Fera 3FGM 3FGA 100FG% 49long
    Next up for the #18 Lions, a trip to Illinois to take on the Northwestern Wildcats.
     
  2. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    Good win Luv, Iowa has PSU's # (y)
     
  3. luvtotha9s

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    they are always tough in this game as well....EA got something right...I have had games against Iowa that were impossible to win.
     
  4. tuco418

    tuco418 Older and wiser than you

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    Ohio State 27, Wisconsin 13

    The nation's third ranked defense does it for the Buckeyes again as OSU downs the Badgers, 27-13. Wisky had under 20 yards rushing and only stayed in the game thanks to a couple of Buckeye turnovers. Terrelle Pryor threw for three touchdowns and has yet to toss a pick this season. Ohio State is 4-2 and now gets the week off before the big trip to Happy Valley in two weeks.

    It was also a good week on the recruiting front for OSU, who signed two five star recruits. Most notably was signing Marcus Whittaker, the nation's top ranked quarterback.
     
  5. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    USF SNEAKS PAST PITT 52-43

    USF SNEAKS PAST PITT 52-43
    USF sneaks past 1-4 Pitt with a high powered offense in the air.

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    QB Ed Aclin threw for 319 yards and rushed for 92 in USF spread option attack win over PITT.

    TEAM 1st 2nd 3rd 4th TOT
    PITT 7 7 7 22 43
    USF 14 14 10 14 52


    Usf gets their 4th win of the season in an offensive shootout with PITT. Both teams were unstoppable with 540 yards of total offense. Pitt threw for 414 yards while USF threw for 319. USF led in rushing with 211.

    QB Ed Aclin had a day going 20-29 with 319 yards 4 TD's and 92 yards rushing with a 44 yard TD. HB Mike Ford rushed for 117 yards with 2 TD. WR AJ Love caught 9 passes for 150 yards with 1 TD, leading the USF WR core. WR Brogan had 3 catches for 96 yards with 2 TD's.

    The USF defense was led by Todd McClain who had 8 Tackles with 2 TFL and 1 sack. LB Bedford added 4 tackles and 1 sack.

    USF (4-1,2-0) has some tough games ahead of them as they travel to #2 West Virginia and #1 LSU.
     
  6. Cimmy24

    Cimmy24 Candy Ass Self

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    Bearcats Blank Huskies

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    Cincy traveled to UCONN and took care of the Huskies 28-0. An outstanding performance by the Bearcat Defense. Cincy is looking forward to taking control of the Big East as there is no competition whatsoever.


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  7. jca312

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    #1 LSU 35-14 #13 Florida

    The top ranked LSU Tigers visited Gainesville and notched their biggest win of the season to date. The Tigers looked impressive winning by 3 touchdowns.

    The game started off with the teams exchanging touchdowns. The Gators received the opening kickoff and put together a nice 80-yard drive, LSU took the ensuing kickoff out to the 43 yard line and put together a nice drive of their own. LSU's 57-yard drive was capped off by Player of the Game Terrance Gilmore's 1st of 3 touchdowns on the day. The 1st play of the next drive, Gator tight end Aaron Hernandez caught a 72-yard pass and we appeared headed for a shootout. The LSU defense settled down though and stopped Florida on the next 3 plays and then Florida kicker Sturgis missed a 30-yard field goal wide right. Unfortunately LSU wasn't able to move the ball and had to punt after going 3 & out. Star corner Patrick Patterson made a nice leaping interception and the offense was able to take advantage going 62 yards on 13 plays with Gilmore scoring on a pitch for a 14-7 LSU lead with 1:35 left in the half. The Tiger defense forced a 3 & out and with less than a minute left in the half, Jordan Jefferson hit Rueben Randle on a go route after Randle outran the double coverage. LSU took a 21-7 lead into the locker room and would get the ball back to start the 2nd half.

    The 3rd quarter was plagued by turnovers with Florida fumbling twice and LSU fumbling once. Neither team was able to find the endzone, so the score remained 21-7 going into the 4th quarter. Florida wide out Lawerence ran past the Tigers coverage and caught a touchdown pass capping a 4 play 34-yard drive that took :46 to bring the Gators to within 7. The Tigers responded with a 10 play 72-yard drive that took 2:02 off the clock and put LSU back up by 14 with 3:22 to play. On the drive, Russell Shepard caught 3 passes for 56 yards, Terrance Tolliver made a couple big 3rd down receptions to move the chains, and Gilmore pounded the ball in from inside the 1 yardline. On Florida's ensuing possession, they got themselves into a 3rd & long and their deep pass down the sideline cane up short and was intercepted by cornerback Brooks, who returned it for a touchdown and LSU had a 21-point lead with 2:57 to play. Florida turned the ball over on downs with 2:36 to play and LSU was able to run out the clock.
     
  8. BAKEdaSNAKE

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    Hurricanes shut down Seminoles, win 42-0

    Offensive player of the game: Greg Cooper - 264 rushing yards, 3 TD's, 1 receiving TD
    Defensive player of the game: Vaughn Telemaque - 15 tackles(5 for loss), 3 sacks, 1 forced fumble
     
  9. runthepound

    runthepound Get on the Bus!

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    Terps take down Mich St. 42-21. Not really much of a match I just had a few turnovers that cost me.
     

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