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Week #8 Summaries

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Emmdotfrisk, Jan 17, 2010.

  1. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

    Oct 8, 2009
    Week #8 Summaries


    Central Michigan did everything they could to prevent Bowling Green from controlling the football and miraculously came away with a win.

    TEAM 1st 2nd 3rd 4th TOT
    CMU 0 14 14 8 36
    BGSU 3 14 10 6 33

    2:12 FG BGSU: Phillips 37 yard FG
    3:00 TD CMU: Wilson 21 yard pass from Rifenbury (Gagnon Kick)
    1:16 TD CMU: Bradley returned interception for 80 yards (Gagnon Kick)
    0:43 TD BGSU: Ball 47 yard pass from Tanski (Phillips Kick)
    0:13 TD BGSU: Barnett returned fumble for 23 yards (Phillips Kick)
    4:31 TD CMU: Schroeder 5 yard run (Gagnon Kick)
    4:03 TD BGSU: Gardner 17 yard run (Phillips Kick)
    1:39 FG BGSU: Phillips 33 yard FG
    0:51 TD CMU: Tipton 51 yard pass from Rifenbury (Gagnon Kick)
    4:52 TD BGSU: Ball 15 yard pass from Tanski (2 pt failed)
    1:23 TD CMU: Schroeder 15 yard run (2 pt conversion)

    OFF 250 452
    RUSH 83 187
    PASS 167 265
    TO 3 4
    TOP 10:15 13:45

    The #24 Central Michigan Chippewas didn't deserve to win the game against Bwling Green but they did. If you look at the stats it was ugly. They had half the amount of offense as Bowling Green and committed 3 turnovers which all resulted in points. But somehow they found a way to win. I am still unsure of how I coached them to a win, haha.

    Central Michigan pulled ahead 36-33 with under a minute on the clock. Bowling Green drove down the field using timeouts and set up to kick a 40 yard field goal to send it to overtime. Bowling Green's Kicker Phillips missed it sending it wide right and sealing a victory for the Chippewas. WOW, they are lucky. If CMU can win the remainder of their MAC conference schedule they will be seeing BGSU in the MAC title.

    The Chippewas offense was led by HB Bryan Schroeder who rushed for 90 yards off of 18 carries with 2 TD's. Senior QB Derek Rifenbury threw for 167 yards with 2 TD's. TE Charlie Hoch led in receiving with 3 catches for 33 yards while Jeremy Wilson and Zurlon Tipton each caught 1 pass for a TD.

    Central Michigan's defense didn't play very well but what quite possibly won them the game was their ability to make a big play with turnovers. LB Paul Johnson led with 11 tackles and a interception. CB Tim Bradley had 9 tackles with 1 interception for a TD. LB Shane Torzy had 9 tackles and an interception. SS Tyler Lombardo recorded 8 tackles and 1 interception. These 4 interceptions came at a big time and helped CMU win a game that they shouldn't have.

    The #24 Central Michigan Chippewas (6-0,3-0) will now face two tough opponents at home. The Toledo Rockets and then the Northern Illinois Huskies. Week 11 they will showdown with Western Michigan and Coach Cimmy.
  2. Jvigorous1

    Jvigorous1 Hokie

    Nov 2, 2009
    Nice win frisk! Ryty is always a tough opponent
  3. Ryty

    Ryty Over the Cap

    Jul 19, 2009
    Nice post, frisk! It was definitely a fun game. Too many turnovers for the Falcons.

    Hopefully, we will get the rematch in the MAC title game. (If you can beat Western, of course!)
  4. NDCOLTS1979

    NDCOLTS1979 I love you red solo cup

    Oct 17, 2009
    Wsu come out and dominates Usc 45-27. Game was never really close and Crawford ran for over 300 yards and 5td. After the lost last week we had to come out and win and win big since we lost alot of interest from some of our top recruits
  5. jca312

    jca312 Walk On

    Jul 23, 2009
    Stanford 45-42 Oregon State

    Stanford is the Last Man Standing
    in Pac-10 Shootout

    Braylon Ingram leads Cardinal to victory

    Stanford bounced back this week after having their win last week at Arizona State stripped by college football's governing body. The Cardinal's weakness, once again reared its ugly head as Stanford's defense was as strong as a wet paper bag. Fortunately for the Cardinal, freshman running back Braylon Ingram put on quite the offensive display and refused to allow Stanford to get beat. Ingram earned Player of the Game honors after his 3 touchdowns and 268 yards of total offense. For a few brief hours, Ingram's 720 rushing yards were enough to lead the Pac-10, until Washington State's Jason Crawford rushed for 300 yards against USC and he is now the Pac-10 rushing leader with 843 yards. Crawford's 5 touchdowns also helped him best Ingram by 1, 10 to 9.

    Braylon Ingram scores 2 rushing and 1 receiving touchdowns

    The 1st half was a huge disaster for the Cardinal defense as they surrendered 35 points. On Oregon State's 1st possession, Stanford got the Beavers to 3 & long and looked good, but Cody Vaz hit tight end Darrell Peoples, who broke a couple tackles, found himself with nothing but green in front of him, and raced the rest of the way to paydirt for a 72-yard touchdown to open the scoring :42 into the game. Stanford then took two and a half minutes to respond letting Ingram carry the load as they ran the ball on every play of the drive, culminating in a 1-yard Ingram touchdown run. Once again, Stanford forced Oregon State into a 3rd and long, this time, Vaz hit wide receiver Markus Wheaton for a 54-yard touchdown and Oregon State had 14 points on just 6 plays. Two minutes later, on the last play of the 1st quarter, Ingram scored his 2nd touchdown of the day on another 1-yard run, tying the game 14-14 at the end of the opening quarter.

    Ingram races down the sideline for a 25-yard 2nd quarter receiving touchdown

    The 2nd quarter belonged to Oregon State as they scored 3 touchdowns to take an 11-point halftime lead. The Beavers scored their 1st touchdown on a 26-yard touchdown reception by wide receiver Darrell Catchings to give OSU a 7-point lead, 21-14. Oregon State then got the 1st defensive stop of the game, forcing Stanford to punt and when Vaz, would be named Player of the Game for Oregon State, hit Jordan Bishop for his 1st of 3 touchdown catches on the day. Vaz would finish the day with 431 yards and 6 touchdowns. Just under tow minutes later, Evo Heisman candidate Andrew Luck would hit Ingram in the flat on a checkdown, he'd break a tackle and roll 25 yards for a touchdown to bring the Cardinal within 7 with just :48 left in the half. :48 would be too much for the Cardinal defense, as just :24 later, the Oregon State lead would be 14 once again as Vaz and Bishop connected for the 2nd time for a 42-yard score. After a decent return, Luck would hit Stepfan Taylor for a big gain and on the last play of the half, David Green would kick a 49-yard field goal to make the halftime score 35-24.

    Stepfan Taylor makes a spectacular catch to setup David Green's field goal

    The 2nd half and especially the 3rd quarter would belong to Stanford. Stanford would receive the 2nd half kickoff and on the 1st play of the 3rd quarter, would close the gap to 4 points. Taylor would take a handoff from Ingram out of the "Wild Tree" formation and score a 67-yard touchdown. Then, after what must've been a passionate halftime speech from Coach Alexander, the Stanford defense finally started to play. Stanford forced the Beavers into a 3 and out, on Stanford's next possession, backpedalling under pressure, Luck hit JR Patterson, who broke a tackle and gave Stanford their first lead of the game, 38-35. The Cardinal defense returned to the field even more fired up than before and when standout defensive end, Thomas Keiser, hit Vaz as he released the ball, Michael Thomas plucked the fluttering pass out of the air and returned it 24 yards for a touchdown to put Stanford up 45-35. In just 3:12, the game had flipped on its head and Stanford headed into the 4th holding onto their 10-point lead.

    Stepfan Taylor's 67-yard touchdown run and Michael Thomas' interception for a touchdown

    The 4th quarter saw Oregon State find one more big play as Vaz and Bishop hooked up for their 3rd scoring play of the day, a 74-yard pass to cut the 10-point lead to 3, but that would be as close as Oregon State would get. Keiser would get a crucial sack and freshman cornerback Corey Wright would make a nice play at the goal line on a 4th down pass to preserve the Cardinal lead. The 42 points and 431 passing yards were both the highest totals given up by Stanford this season, however, in the end, the defense made enough plays to win the game.

    Keiser's 4th quarter sack and Wright's pass breakup


    Patterson's touchdown and Keiser's sack

    Player of the Game
    1 Braylon Ingram
    30 carries 176 yards 2 touchdowns
    7 catches 92 yards 1 touchdown

    Next week, Stanford 5-2 (3-2) @ UCLA 4-3 (2-2)
  6. Jvigorous1

    Jvigorous1 Hokie

    Nov 2, 2009
    Fresno @ #9Nev

    Looking to extend their win streak to 7 the Wolfpack would try to steamroll their WAC opponents Fresno St.

    The game started in complete disaster from the get go. JR QB T.Lantrip passes to JR RB J.Fogerson who got hit right when he touched the ball but for some reason it was ruled a fumble and non-reviewable.

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    The next possession for the Wolfpack ended with the same results. The CB for FS seemingly comes out of nowhere to take the option pitch from Fogerson for the TD.

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    FS would score again but this time a FG. The Wolfpack finally get on the board with a 2 yard TD run by Fogerson.

    17-7 Fresno

    2nd QTR

    Nevada regains momentum and score with Fogerson who receives a pass from Lantrip from 3 yards out. 2 more passes are received for touchdowns from 12 and 16 yards by SR WR S.Anderson.

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    28-17 Wolfpack

    3rd QTR

    Nevada continues to roll by scoring a FG, then a 64 yard TD run by Fogerson. Fogerson receives another 3 yard TD pass from lantrip to end the QTR.

    38-17 Wolfpack

    4th QTR

    J.Fogerson scores again on a 3 yard TD run. Then a Nev FG to end the game.

    Final 48-17 Wolfpack

    This was the kind of 4 man pressure I was facing the entire game. If I didnt get the ball out immediatly it ended up as a sack.

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    Extra Stats Nev Fresno
    1st downs 19 9
    rush yds 167 45
    pass yds 301 155
    T.O.s 2 1
    sacked 6 0
    T.O.P 16:28 8:18
  7. MILMONTpa


    Sep 5, 2009
    Hawaii Rainbows (2-5) (1-4 conf.) traveled to Moscow Idaho to play the Idaho Vandals (5-2) (3-1 conf.)​

    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th TOT
    Idaho 14 14 00 03 31
    Hawaii 20 00 06 03 29

    1st Qtr
    The Vandals defense started this game just like every other game they seem to play. Giving up a huge play... The Hawaii Rainbows scored on their second offensive play, a 67 yd perfect pass in man to man cvg while Idaho was blitzing the SS. The Vandals Heisman hopeful, Princeton McCarty retaliated with a 47 yd scamper ... but the early scoring was far from done. Hawaii had 100+ yds passing in the first few minutes of the game and would end the qtr with a one score lead.
    End of 1st qtr score : Idaho 14 Hawaii 20

    2nd Qtr
    The Vandals defense got control of the game and shut the Rainbows out in the 2nd qtr. Meanwhile on offense, McCarty continued to steam roll eating up yardage and clock. The go ahead score came midway thru the 2nd qtr when SOPH behemoth TE, Omar Rivera, used his 6'7", 256 lb frame to crash into the endzone after catchng a short pass in the flats. See the highlight below for a look at the huge mismatch Rivera had on the smallish Rainbows.

    During this dominant qtr., the Vandal's hard hitting defense also managed to knock out Hawaii's starting HB, a freshman, for the season. The Vandals signature style of play is "big hits" and the diminutive Rainbows often found themselves the targets of heat seeking direct hits from the ravenous Vandals D.

    HALF TIME : Idaho 28 Hawaii 20

    3rd Qtr
    Hawaii would make a game of it in this 3rd qtr. by forcing a fumble and securing field position inside the redzone. The Vandals maintained a 2 pt lead though after a failed 2 pt. conversion when Idaho's FS Derek Greene came up with an open field bone rattling tackle in the flats right at the goalline.
    End of 3rd qtr score : Idaho 28 Hawaii 26

    4th Qtr
    The Rainbows amazingly forced the Vandals to punt again in the 4th qtr which allowed them to control the ball and the clock. The young Vandal defense came up with a big stop on 3rd goal to go forcing Hawaii to kick a FG instead of a TD with only 1:33 to go in the game.

    The Vandals took over and with just 1:33 would need to find a way into FG range while down by 1 pt. QB Brian Reader found sure handed WR Mo Shaw for a huge 30 yd pass which set the stage for McCarty to come in and pound the ball into FG position. McCarty did his job and rammed the ball forward, ultimately setting up the go ahead FG from 32 yds out with 4 seconds remaining in the game. Idaho would not fail in this conference home game as FG Kicker Troy Farquhar split the uprights to end the game.

    FINAL SCORE - Idaho 31 Hawaii 29

    KeY STATz

    Idaho QB Brian Reader : 6 / 14 - 110 yds - 2 TDs - 0 INTs
    Idaho HB Princeton McCarty : 28 att - 243 yds - 2 TDs
    Idaho DE Henry Poole : 9 tckls - 4 scks - 1 FF

    Hawaii QB S.Austin : 23 / 30 - 379 yds - 3 Tds - 0 INTs
    Hawaii WR R.Henry : 8 rec - 166 yds - 1 TDs


    EVO Heisman hopeful, Princeton McCarty goes off tackle for a long gain , 2nd qtr.

    SOPH TE, Omar Rivera, 6'7", 256 lb crashes thru Hawaii defenders for the go ahead TD in the 2nd qtr.

    All American SOPH DE, Henry Poole launches himself and connects with 1 of 4 sacks on the day.
  8. Jvigorous1

    Jvigorous1 Hokie

    Nov 2, 2009
    Wow that TE is huge!
  9. MILMONTpa


    Sep 5, 2009
    He certainly is. I like how in that highlight the defender gets thrown back about 5 yds after trying to meet him head on. I can't remember if he was a 2 or 3 star recruit, I believe 2 star
  10. bcduggan

    bcduggan Walk On

    Sep 12, 2009
    Milmont> I have a TE in the career dyn we are in. Actually both TEs I use are huge, one is the dimensions you posted for yours and the other is 6-5 similiar weight. Both have run over many a defender.
  11. MILMONTpa


    Sep 5, 2009

    Yikes... note to self : recruit bigger LBs in the career OD - these type players are sneakily effective in the game within the game
  12. H22APWRD94

    H22APWRD94 RG3 Bandwagon

    Jul 11, 2009
    I love the big TE's. That is my biggest value position in BfR. Especially in Iowa's offense. They really have to be the best athlete on my squad.

  13. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

    Oct 8, 2009
    I am also a HUGE TE guy. I throw to them and 80% of my formations revolve around 2 TE's. Needless to say I try and recruit 1 or 2 every year.

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