Week 7 | Season 1 Results

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  1. Baron

    Baron "I'm PFP's reckoning."

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    Utah Wins Defensive Struggle Against UCLA, 17-0
    423 Total Yards of Offense for Both Teams
    After coming off a spectacular upset win against vaunted #2 USC, Utah Head Coach Baron was adamant that he did not want his team to take UCLA lightly. "They have a ton of speed all over their roster and a damn good signal caller," Baron said. But his concern shouldn't have been for his defense but rather his offense.​
    Things started off about as good as Baron could have hoped as on their first possession, Dres Anderson took a short slant that was a millimeter away from being deflected all the way to house for a 43 yard touchdown.​
    But UCLA's defense came to play as their LBs flew all over the field to contain the potent Ute ground game. "Their safeties did a great job coming up into the hole when we did hand it off," Baron said.​
    Still, Utah manged to kick a field goal late in the second quarter to go into half time 10-0 and receiving in the second half.​
    But turnovers would plague both squads, as a fumble on an option play and an interception saw Ute signal caller Jon Hays have his worst performance of the season. But his defense more than picked up the slack, forcing four turnovers from the Bruins.​
    Arguably the most critical play of the game came off on a turnover, as UCLA was deep into Utah territory when MLB Boo Anderson forced a fumble from the Bruins for the second time. Anderson popped UCLA QB Brett Hundley and the fumble was picked up by none other than 325 lb Star Lotulelei. Lotulelei would rumble all the way to the 10.000000001 yard line.​
    Two plays later, both teams were facing down a 3rd and inches that everyone in the stadium believed to be a pivotal play. But a FB dive by Dallin Rogers would give the Utes an improbably first and .000000001 to go. Kevin York would punch it from there, with just 2:40 left on the clock and a three possession lead.​
    Any hopes of a UCLA come back were dashed when Hundley threw his second interception, this time to Mo Lee.​
    "They've got a decent squad there and if Coach MartyWebb can get his guys into his scheme, there's no reason to think that they can't compete. I mean they certainly shut our offense down."​
    Utah (6-0, 3-0) will face another tough test as they head to Corvallis to battle the Oregon State Beavers.​
    UCLA (4-3, 1-3) will have to travel to Arizona State next week.​
    ( GG MartyWebb )​

     
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  2. I Peench

    I Peench Caught in the hustle

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    Heels Survive Hurricane
    Renner leads UNC to second straight upset as the Heels upend Miami 28-24
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    Fresh off an upset of previously undefeated Virginia Tech, the Tar Heels assumed the role of underdog once again. This week their advesary was none other than the mighty Hurricanes of Miami, who came into the game 6-0 and ranked #11 in the country. The Heels broke into the rankings themselves after their win against the Hokies, and took on the Canes as the #25 team in the country. If they were to pull of another upset, they'd once again have to do it without star HB Giovanni Bernard, who remains injured until next week.
    This one started off quick, as both teams exchanged 7 points on their first drives. Coach Bucs and the Canes stopped UNC on several key 4th down/goal line situations, as they played stellar defense in clutch situations (for three quarters :) ). Both quarterbacks threw 2 picks each, though none was as costly as Renner's int on 3rd and goal from the 1, as there seem to be some confusion between the receiver and him.
    The Renner TD pass with 2:58 in the 4th seemed a devastating blow to Miami, who found themselves down 21-17 with time running short. Miami, however, put together an outstanding drive that included a crucial conversion on 4th and 5 to answer UNC with their own TD to take a 24-21 lead.
    UNC got the ball back with a mere 58 seconds left, but had two timeouts. Unfortunately, Renner and company got the the 45 and stalled, leaving them in a precarious 4th and 10 situation on their own 45. Renner dropped back with all the time in the world, and ultimately found a wide open TJ Thorpe who caught the ball deep and split two safeties with 8 seconds left for the improbable comeback win. Silence struck the 3,000 people who happened to be watching at Sun Life Stadium, as the Heels left Miami the way Ben Affleck left Boston-in their rear view.
    Great game Bucs . These are always classics. I definitely thought you had me with all those big stops, but I got one luck play at the end that changed it. Looking forward to it next year!
     
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  3. MartyWebb

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    Agreed bud, fantastic game.
     
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    Agnew Puts Team on His Back!
    This game started off with a bang with WR Markus Wheaton coming off an injury from last week and returning the opening kickoff 95 yards for the early lead. BYU's RBs absolutely murdered OSU's defense in this one. They would never come down after the first 3 hits and would kill them on the ground and by catching the ball. RB Michael Alisia would strike first with a 20 yard reception from QB Lames Lark. The run after catch was amazing with perfect blocking and running over two defenders. BYU would get a stop and would strike quickly as RB Josh Quezada would receive a 39 yard pass from Lark. Quezada was so wide open that no one was even on that side of the field and once an OSU defense got their he was handing the ball to a ref. That would end the 1st Quarter with BYU up by 7. Malcolm Agnew started to come alive by replicating what the Cougar's RBs were doing. Agnew was not being stopped in this game and drove himself into the endzone to tie the game. After a long reception and some good runs Michael Alisia would find the endzone for a second time. This time he did with his legs and went untouched into the endzone. With a long drive OSU would have to settle for a 45 yard FG to go into halftime down 21-17.​
    The 3rd Quarter started off with a defensive slugfest and no one would score until the 3 minute mark. This time RB Josh Quezada would get in for his second time of the game. And just like Alisia he would find paydirt on the ground. With them keying on Agnew, Mannion took the load and lead the team down the field. It would be capped off with an Agnew 6 yard TD run. The final quarter would bring an exciting finish with Agnew just going off on the BYU defense. It was not until midway through the quarter did someone else score for BYU. JD Falsey would catch a ball on a drag route and cut it up field for the 40 yard TD. Wheaton would give OSU great field position with a long return and Mannion would score his second TD with 47 yard dot to WR Jordan Bishoph. With another late interception from Jordan Poyer the Beavers were in the driver seat. Coach Saw would call for a RB Screen due to the blitzes they continually was seeing on first down. The blitz did not come but Agnew caught the ball and went into beastmode.​
    After this long reception Agnew would punch it in on the very next play to give the lead back to OSU. BYU would try and score but came up short as time expired.​
    FINAL SCORE
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    [​IMG] 35
    PLAYER OF THE GAME: RM Malcolm Agnew- 19 Att, 86 yards, 3 TDs, 1 Rec, 47 yards
     
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