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#4 Kansas 33
#2 Oklahoma 14
Oklahoma was successful running the ball, but once they got down, they had to rely on the pass, which hurt their chances. QB Drew Allen had a tough time throwing 4 interceptions. OU’s player of the game was Brennan Clay, who ran 6 times for 91 yards and a score. Mike Cummings was solid for Kansas as he went 14-21 for 204 yards, a TD, and no interceptions. James Sims looked good as he ran for 95 yards and 2 scores on 5 yards per carry. Kale Pick had his best game of the season, catching a TD pass and 98 yards. A late turnover by OU in the 1st half was the key play of the game. Down 13-0 OU still had a good chance, but an interception and a Kansas TD with :11 left really hurt Oklahoma’s chances. Kansas SS Bradley McDougald yet again came up big with 2 interceptions. Those 2 give McDougald 8 interceptions though 6 games and 18 career interceptions and he has already set the career interceptions record at Kansas. It doesn’t get too much easier for KU, as Penn St. comes into town next week.
Mike Cummings (QB)- 14-21 for 204 yards, TD
James Sims (HB)- 19 carries for 95 yards, 2 TD
Kale Pick (WR)- 4 receptions for 98 yards, TD
Bradley McDougald (SS)- tackle, 2 INT
Darius Willis (MLB)- 7 tackles, INT
Seminoles start off slow but end up crushing Duke 51-14 The Seminoles allowed the Blue Devils to have 7-0 and 14-7 leads before scoring 44 straight points to runaway with the game. QB Sean Renfree took advantage of lax coverage in the secondary to score 2 first quarter touchdowns which were bracketed by a 10 yard scoring run by Chris Thompson. Thompson continued his strong play and dominated the 2nd quarter scoring on a 52 yard rush and having a rare touchdown reception when he took a pass from EJ Manuel 45 yards. Lonnie Pryor capped off the scoring in the quarter with a 1 yard rush giving FSU a 28-14 lead heading into halftime. The only scoring of the 3rd occurred when Dustin Hopkins kicked a 33 yard field goal with 7 seconds left. Backup RB James Wilder broke out in the 4th with scoring runs of 35 and 85 yards. Wilder finished the game with 139 yards on just 4 carries. Fellow backup tailback Devonta Freeman capped off the scoring with a 7 yard run to make it 51-14. FSU Key PlayersSeminole running backs (Thompson, Wilder, Freeman) 36 Touches 413 yards 6 TD
VT knocks out UNC 20-10 In a defensive battle VT pounded UNC into submission. They rushed the ball 40 times for 200 yards and continued to pound UNC. UNc didnt fold but they gave up 20 points as the offense didnt come through only scoring 10
Iowa State 13
Texas avenges its loss to this team from last year and dominates them in pretty much all phases of the game. Case McCoy had 5 scores on the day and hit 8 different wideouts. They were clearly out for blood in this one and jumped on the cyclones early and often.
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