Week One Game Recaps

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  1. Daplaymaker

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    Week 1 -

    Turnovers and defense gives the Yellow Jackets it's 1st win over the Hokies


    -- New head coach, new offensive system no problem for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, as they walk into Blacksburg VA on Labor Day night and upset the #15 team in the country 20-17. Both offenses were not on display as the defenses took charge and dominated the game in this game but Tevin Washington hooked up with Jeff Greene on a touchdown pass in the 4th to give the Jackets a 20-10 lead, The hokies scored with under a minute left but were unable to recover the onside kick to fall just short.

    The Jackets defense were over powering forcing 3 turnovers and sacking Logan Thomas 3 times, QuayShawn Nealy recoverd 2 fumbles, his last one setting up the go ahead score for his team. Tray Williams said after the game he was happy for the win but stated we left 2 or 3 scores off the board with bone head hold calls and wide receivers dropping 7 passes. The Yellow Jackets will host Virginia next week, while the Hokies look to rebound playing the sissy school of the blind.
     
  2. Daplaymaker

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    Just a heads up, that will be my last recap till hopefully the weekend, early next week, having problems with my laptop adapter isn't working and no stores around me seem to sell that adapter. So I have to find somewhere on the web to order one. I'll be able to post quick messages need be and check the boards through my phone.
     
  3. Nautica

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    We will be doing weekly game recaps, no need for individual recaps. It keeps thing clean and in the same space.
     
  4. Fred Limbo

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    Gamecocks win big in week one vs a out matched vandy team​
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  5. Ian Moss

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    Bowling Green Beats up Maryland in Home Opener!!
    The Falcons of Bowling Green started out with a 17-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. The first quarter was a problem for Maryland as Coach Moss went for it on 4th and 1 from the Bowling Green 47 instead of punting and the defense of Bowling Green shut them down.​
    They march down the field and score the first touchdown of the game 7-0 Bowling Green. Next possession Maryland quarterback CJ Brown throws a interception and gets returned for a touchdown 14-0 and Bowling Green never looked back.​
    Maryland scores 20 in the second quarter but at halftime Bowling Green led 30-20. The third and fourth quarter was dominated by the passing of Matt Schilz and the playmaking of wide receiver Bart for Bowling Green.​
    Final score 55-35. We caught up with Coach Moss after the game.​
    "Well we learned a lot about our kids today they never gave up after getting down 17-0 in the first quarter. They could have called it a day but they made an impressive run in the second quarter and I think we ran out of gas in the third." "We had a hard time slowing down there offense and they picked up a lot of yards in the air." ​
    " Our offense put up 35 points and you would think that would win a game for us but we have to find a way on defense to get a lot of pressure on the quarterback and make him hurry up and make some bad throws and stop them on third down especially."​
    "Off to Temple we go and we got to get out of the blocks early and put some points up the first quarter and make some stops on defense and play four quarters of football" "We will not improve overnight but this a lesson learned as we go forward."​
    Players of the game:​
    Bowling Green​
    QB Matt Schilz 32-38 for 403 yards and three touchdowns​
    RB Anthon Samule 22 carries 79 yards 2 touchdwons​
    WR Bart Tanski 12 catchs 162 yards.​
    Maryland​
    QB CJ Brown 19-32 for 396 yards and three touchdowns and two interceptions​
    WR Regis Whittington 7 catches for 185 and a touchdown​
    WR Kerry Boykins 4 catches for 111 yards and a touchdown​
     
  6. Ian Moss

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    Terps lose a heartbreaker in the home opener against USF
    College Park, Maryland- The Terripans came into the regualr season and home opener brimming with confidence and new leadership at the helm. But today would not be the Terps day.​
    Maryland could not anything with there offense in the first half managing to put zero points on the board and turning the ball on an interception which led to a USF touchdown later in the quarter.​
    The Terps were staring at a 17-0 led by USF at the end of the half. But things turned around in the second half slowly as the Terps would stop the Bulls on there opening drive in the third quarter and score on there first possesion of the second half, 17-7 Bulls. They got the ball again after a three and out by the Terps defense and were driving down the field when the turnover bug hit the Terps again in the Bulls red zone. A costly interception would turn the tide back to USF and a late field goal iced it for the Bulls.​
    Final score 20-7 Bulls. We caught up with Coach Moss after the game.​
    "Disappointing day for our kids as we couldn't muster any offense in the first half and when we did we made some bad decisions with the ball." " I was proud of our defense in the second half only allowing three points in the second half and we gave our offense chances to do some damage with the ball." "But we live and we learn and it's not going to be overnight improvement and we have to come out and work hard every time we have the ball on our offense and play solid, gritty defense and make some key stops."​
    So its off to Temple for the second game of the year against the Owls.​
     
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    ASU Coast to Victory over FCS West in home opener, led by defense
    Tempe, AZ - The Sun Devils jumped out to a quick lead over FCS when D. Carr returned a fumble for a TD in the first quarter and they never looked back on there way to a 37-7 victory. The Defense was very impressive with 3 sacks and 4 turnovers. They held FCS to 42 rushing yards on 19 carries. Linebacker Anthony Jones lead the defense with 1 sack and 2 forced fumbles. On offense Cameron Marshall carried the ball 30 times for 201 yds and 2 TDs. Coach Eric Hurst was pleased with the defensive preformance today but says the offense will be spending some extra time in the film room this week. "As an offense we were very ordinary today. Ordinary will not cut it when we get into conference play" said Coach Hurst. "We will definitely need to spend some extra time in the film room."​

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      FUM-TD: recovered by ASU D. Carr

    [​IMG] # FCS West 0 0 7 0 7
    [​IMG] # Arizona State 7 17 6 7 37
    First Quarter
    5:22 TD [​IMG] ASU Deveron Carr CB #1 49 yard TD (Alex Garoutte K #25 kick)
    Second Quarter
    5:57 TD [​IMG] ASU Cameron Marshall HB #26 8 yard TD (Alex Garoutte K #25 kick)
    3:44 FG [​IMG] ASU Alex Garoutte K #25 24 yard FG
    0:19 TD [​IMG] ASU AJ Pickens WR #9 25 yard TD from Mike Bercovici QB #2 (Alex Garoutte K #25 kick)
    Third Quarter
    4:46 FG [​IMG] ASU Alex Garoutte K #25 43 yard FG
    3:59 TD [​IMG] FCS W WR #9 15 yard TD from QB #18 (K #26 kick)
    0:18 FG [​IMG] ASU Alex Garoutte K #25 24 yard FG
    Fourth Quarter
    2:06 TD [​IMG] ASU Cameron Marshall HB #26 15 yard TD (Alex Garoutte K #25 kick)
    [​IMG] Arizona State
    [​IMG] FCS West
    Passing

    CMP/ATTYDSTDINT
    M. Bercovici 11/16 118 1 2
    CMP/ATTYDSTDINT
    QB #18 11/19 160 1 1
    QB #6 7/10 57 0 1
    Rushing

    ATTYDSTDLNG
    C. Marshall 26 201 2 40
    A. Bykovskiy 1 16 0 16
    K. Middlebrooks 2 0 0 4
    M. Bercovici 1 -2 0 0
    ATTYDSTDLNG
    HB #20 7 18 0 8
    QB #18 3 17 0 12
    FB #2 2 9 0 6
    HB #40 1 5 0 5
    QB #6 6 -7 0 10
    Receiving

    CTHYDSTDLNG
    R. Ross 2 26 0 19
    A. Pickens 1 25 1 25
    C. Marshall 2 24 0 29
    K. Ozier 2 21 0 18
    J. Miles 2 16 0 13
    J. Bryant 1 5 0 5
    A. Bykovskiy 1 1 0 1
    CTHYDSTDLNG
    HB #20 4 95 0 51
    WR #81 4 49 0 26
    WR #9 5 38 1 15
    WR #86 2 27 0 19
    WR #15 1 8 0 8
    FB #2 2 0 0 1
    Defense

    TACKSACKINFFF
    O. Irabor 6 0 0 1
    G. Taylor 4 0 0 0
    B. Johnson 4 1 0 0
    K. Ayers 4 0 0 0
    A. Jones 2 1 0 2
    A. Darby 2 0 1 0
    J. Miles 1 0 0 0
    K. Johnson 1 0 0 0
    S. Fiso 1 0 0 0
    S. McCullen 1 0 0 0
    C. Coyle 1 0 0 0
    R. Ross 1 0 0 0
    C. Adams 1 1 0 0
    D. Carr 1 0 1 0
    TACKSACKINFFF
    CB #11 6 0 0 0
    MLB #56 4 0 0 0
    FS #27 3 0 1 0
    SS #16 3 0 0 0
    LE #52 2 0 0 0
    ROLB #43 2 0 0 0
    MLB #34 2 0 0 0
    WR #82 1 0 0 0
    WR #86 1 0 0 0
    RE #84 1 0 0 0
    CB #10 1 0 0 0
    TE #80 1 0 0 0
    CB #1 1 0 1 0
    Blocking
     
  8. fpuent

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    Heart-breaking loss for the Missouri Tigers. The Tigers marched into KSU and held them to just field goals, however that would not be enough as the Tigers failed to reach the redzone even once.

    Coach Felipe is extremely disappointed that the Tigers' aerial attack suffered most of the game to move the ball. James Franklin was 15-23 with 155 yards and an INT. That is unacceptable for a team that has top tier weapons. RB Henry Josey helped move the Tigers get on the board with a 65 yard touchdown. But that is as much offense the Tigers had all day.

    The defense was the real surprise in the game. Starting CB Kip Edwards had 10 tackles, 2 INTs, a Forced Fumble, a Fumble Recovery, and a touchdown. The defensive line also stepped up with 4 sacks and constant pressure on the KSU QB. If the defense can keep this play up with will surely help the Tigers win a few key upcoming games.

    Hopefully this loss will serve as a lesson to the Tigers staff and players to execute better and not make mental mistakes. If only the offense played like the defense....
     

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