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Week 9 Scores
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Georgia 17 Florida 14
Link to Dynasty Web Story Ga wins with last second field goal
Arkansas takes down Vanderbilt 44 to 14
Boston College wins 27-24 over Clemson in OT.
In easily one of the strangest games you will see all season, the Boston College Eagles walk away victorious.
There were 9 penalties, 3 turnovers including a fumble on the goal line once again by BC starting HB Montell Harris, a FG that bounced off the upright, a game tieing touchdown with 3 seconds to spare and a 4th down goal line stand. Whew...
The game started out well enough as a defensive battle although the refs had their hands on the hankie all day. Neither team scored a point in the 1st quarter and things looked normal... Not so fast. QB Mike Marsovetra realized that Clemson was having problems matching up with one of the ACC's most talented recievers (colin larmond) and he made them pay with TD passes of 21 yards and 79 yards. Clemson though would respond though with one of the luckiest end zone grabs you will ever see by TE Kasey Nobles. Reminiscent of the David Tyree Super Bowl catch. The half would end 14-7.
Boston College would win the kickoff for the second half and methodically drove down the field and capped the drive with a 4 yard Montell Harris run. Then things got weird. The Eagles would hold Clemson and then march down the field to have the potential 17 point lead, but only to have Kicker Nate Freese doink one off the post.
The defense would once again bend but not break in the 4th quarter and get the ball back for BC with a comfortable 21-7 lead. The Eagles would march down the field again, and this time as Montell Harris was going in for the decisive touchdown, he fumbles! On the exact same play and spot that he fumbled going for a crucial 2 pt conversion to force OT against Florida State. As luck would have it LB Scotty Cooper would scoop the ball up and ramble 95 yards to make the score 21-14.
The did not attempt an onside kick, but instead used their timeouts on defense and stopped the Eagles and forced a punt. They would march down the field and had a goal to go situation on about the 5 yard line. The courageous Boston College defense held them on all 4 downs, and got the ball back for the offense at their own 1 yard line. There was still plenty of time on the clock and Clemson would have 1 timeout left on defense. And you guessed it... Boston College went 3 and out hoping their defense could hold.
It was not to be though as with 3 seconds left on the clock Clemson QB Tajh Boyd hit WR Xavier Dye in the endzone to force OT.
THankfully for Boston College their defense once again stepped up and forced a FG. The game was won on the ensuing posession with a pinpoint pass to TE Chris Pantale, and BC would walk away spent but victorious.
WR Colin Larmond and QB Mike Mascovetra would share player of the game honors. With Larmond hauling in 6 catches for 185 yards and 2 TD and 2 carries for 16 yards on end arounds. Mike Mascovetra went 13 for 22 for 300 yards 3 TD and 1 INT.
Next week Boston College plays another big ACC game against Wake Forest. The team has 3 more games, and needs to win at least 2 to become bowl elligible hopefully.
*Ya gotta watch the highlights of the TE catch...
HA... that Clemson TD catch looked like Tyree in the Super Bowl.
Ole Miss 33
Miss St 20
The Ole Miss defense won this one, scoring 9 points on a fumble-6 and a safety on back to back possessions right before halftime. After that Ole Miss was never in any danger, even though Miss St tacked on some meaningless points late in the game to make the score look respectable. Masoli continues to get it done through the air and with his legs, but the rest of the Ole Miss offense leaves a lot to be desired.
Ole Miss moves to 6-3, and remains atop the SEC east.
Virginia no match Miami who is praying for a miracle to happen in the top 25. http://www.easports.com/dynasty#module=moduleStoryView&story=$00125a72bbdc_F3CB_6A2F516E&dynid=62411&sku=662A0001&sid=0&wknum=8
Vols take on the Gamecocks
Wake Forest loses to UNC
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