Week 9 Game Summaries (2014)

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  1. RyanC

    RyanC Walk On

    Feb 21, 2011
    Auburn - 58
    TAMU - 10

    Absolute blowout, the Auburn offense moved at will and the Aggies were completely overmatched on special teams, allowing a kick return for a touchdown and another return down to the Aggie three yard line. The defense held the Aggies to under 300 yards of total offense, while forcing three turnovers.

    Despite bruising his knee early in the game, Kiehl Frazier was extremely efficient, accounting for five total touchdowns. Outside of backup quarterback Travis Hall the run game was completely shut down by the Aggies however, and that will be addressed in practice this week.


    K. Frazier - 10/13, 124 yds, 4 TD/0 INT

    K. Frazier - 11 att, 29 yds, TD
    T. Hall - 6 att, 94 yds, TD

    Q. Bray - 3 rec, 23 yds,
    M. Blakely - 2 rec, 23 yds, 2 TD
    A. Wayne - 2 rec, 60 yds, TD
  2. Kapono

    Kapono Walk On

    Jun 28, 2010
    Kansas 69
    SMU 31

    This game wasn’t very close in any way. In a shootout with 100 combined points, neither team seemed able to stop the pass, but Kansas’s offense was better. Kansas faces a problem as Mike Cummings was injured for 3 weeks with a strained hamstring early in the game. The 2 teams combined for 849 passing yards 980 total yards. Cummings’s backup Berglund played great, passing for 329 yards and 5 TD’s. Kansas never could get the ball moving on the ground, but luckily for them the passing game looked like a machine. Kansas scored 52 points in the 1st half.

    Mike Cummings (QB)- 6-14 for 137 yards, TD
    Brock Berglund (QB)- 11-24 for 329 yards, 5 TD, INT
    Darrian Miller (HB)- 17 carries for 72 yards
    Anthony Pierson (HB)- 8 carries for 14 yards, TD
    Dexter McDonald (WR)- 6 receptions for 220 yards, 2 TD
    Reggie Daniels (WR)- 3 receptions for 59 yards, 3 TD
  3. Selvy9

    Selvy9 Walk On

    Dec 22, 2011
    #8 TCU 45
    Iowa State 14

    It took a quarter for the Horned Frogs to show some interest in this game, but once they did the outcome was never in doubt. ISU's hurry up aerial offense took TCU by surprise in the 1st, and the Cyclones opened up with a quick strike, 3 play TD drive that took just 30 seconds off the clock. TCU answered with a balanced 3 minute TD drive of their own, but Iowa State didn't blink and put up another 7 points after a 5 play, 90 second TD drive. The Frog offense was up to the task, tieing the game at 14 as the first quarter ended. Whatever Coach Ulrich said between quarters must have worked, because Iowa State wouldn't sniff the end zone for the rest of the game. Trevone Boykin was on point, spreading the ball around to 6 different receivers as the offense continued to be nearly unstoppable, scoring 4 straight TDs, including a 104 yard missed FG return, before turning the game over to their clock chewing run game.

    Trevone Boykin; 12 for 18, 260 yards, 4 TDs, 2 INTs
    Dwight Smith; 22 carries, 118 yards, 1 TD. 4 catches, 86 yards, 1 TD
    Brandon Carter; 3 catches, 92 yards, 1 TD
  4. sonn

    sonn Walk On

    May 22, 2011
    FSU continues dominating run with 51-0 victory over UNC​
    It was an absolute crushing victory by the Seminoles in Chapel Hill. Florida State dominated almost every statistical category over their conference foes with the exception of turnovers(Joe Coker threw an interception early in the game). Florida out gained North Carolina 491 to 109 and the FSU defense held the Tar Heels to just 1/11 on 3rd down conversion attempts.​
    Coker lead a Seminole offense that saw 2 hundred yard receivers in Kelvin Benjamin and Christian Green and RB Randy Rivas had 139 yards with 2 touchdowns in his second start in place of the injured Devonta Freeman. Coker had a nice day himself going 14/26 with 308 yards and 3 touchdowns.​
    FSU Key Player​
    RB Randy Rivas 28 Carries 139 Yards 2 TD​
  5. jandy

    jandy Walk On

    Feb 19, 2011
    #23 Kansas State 7​
    #7 Oklahoma 51​
    OU vs KSU yr 4.PNG
    As the score suggests, this one wasn't very close as the Sooners were victorious over a ranked KSU team. The lone Wildcat score came on a long pass play in which the receiver made a great catch and broke a few tackles on his way to the endzone. Other than that, the defense was stout, forcing 2 turnovers and keeping the KSU offense out of the red zone. The passing game was superb once again, but the rushing attack did not show up. HB Brandon Williams continues his rushing woes, only going for 15 yards on 10 carries.​
    Key performers:​
    QB Blake Bell - 22/38, 293 yards, 5 TD​
    WR Mark Poole - 6 rec, 90 yards, TD​
    HB Brandon Williams - 10 carries, 15 yards, 3 rec, 47 yards, 2 TD​
    WR Sheldon McClain - 5 rec, 42 yards, 2 TD​
  6. Bucs

    Bucs GT: ThruTheSmoke47

    Jun 30, 2010
    Miami 50
    GT 36

    Georgia Tech made a late second half push to tie things up but the Canes had too much of a lead and stopped their attack. QB Ryan Williams threw for 6 TDs and torched the GT secondary all day. The team has started to get on a roll again .

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