(Y1) Week 10 Sportscenter

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  1. Sabo

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    =============== Idaho Vandals (2-7) ===============

    Last week, Idaho lost 33-7 against BYU (5-4).

    This week, the Vandals will host San Jose State (5-4).

    In recruiting news, the following Idaho targets have announced their decisions:

    - (**) P Craig Reid has committed to Oklahoma



    =============== Kent State Golden Flashes (5-3) ===============

    Last week the Golden Flashes were idle.

    This week, the Golden Flashes will host Akron (0-9).

    In recruiting news, the following Kent State targets have announced their decisions:

    - (**) RT John Davis has committed to Kent State

    - (**) RT Ryan Jones has committed to Kent State

    - (***) WR Jeremy Thompson has committed to Arkansas State

    - (***) WR Ryan Williams has committed to Kent State



    =============== #20 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (7-1) ===============

    Last week, Western Kentucky lost 31-28 against FIU (7-1).

    This week, the Hilltoppers will host Mid Tenn State (1-7).

    In recruiting news, the following Western Kentucky targets have announced their decisions:

    - (***) QB Steve Davis has committed to Western Kentucky



    =============== Buffalo Bulls (4-4) ===============

    Last week, Buffalo lost 38-28 against Toledo (6-3).

    This week, the Bulls will host Miami University (5-3).

    In recruiting news, the following Buffalo targets have announced their decisions:

    - (***) SS Jordan Palmer has committed to Buffalo

    - (***) CB Pierre Brooks has committed to Buffalo



    =============== UTSA Roadrunners (4-5) ===============

    Last week, UTSA won 34-24 against Utah State (3-5).

    This week, the Roadrunners travel to Ruston to face the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (3-4).

    In recruiting news, the following UTSA targets have announced their decisions:

    - (***) WR Eric Oliver has committed to UTSA

    - (***) DT Loren Henry has committed to UTSA



    =============== UMass Minutemen (2-6) ===============

    Last week, UMass lost 24-7 against Vanderbilt (2-6).

    This week, the Minutemen travel to DeKalb to face the Northern Illinois Huskies (7-2).

    In recruiting news, the following UMass targets have announced their decisions:

    - (***) LE Jamal McBride has committed to UMass

    - (*) K Derrick Cooke has committed to UMass



    =============== New Mexico State Aggies (4-5) ===============

    Last week, New Mexico State won 44-24 against Louisiana Tech (3-4).

    This week, the Aggies are idle.

    In recruiting news, the following New Mexico State targets have announced their decisions:

    - (**) DT Joey Odom has committed to New Mexico State

    - (***) CB Joe Sullivan has committed to New Mexico State



    =============== UL Monroe Warhawks (3-5) ===============

    Last week, UL Monroe lost 56-37 against Rutgers (5-3).

    This week, the Warhawks will host UL Lafayette (5-2).



    =============== San Jose State Spartans (5-4) ===============

    Last week, San Jose State won 20-17 against Texas State (1-6).

    This week, the Spartans travel to Moscow to face the Idaho Vandals (2-7).

    In recruiting news, the following San Jose State targets have announced their decisions:

    - (**) QB Ashton Herron has committed to San Jose State

    - (**) FS Justin Graham has committed to San Jose State

    - (**) LG Sam Bell has committed to San Jose State



    =============== Mid Tenn State Blue Raiders (1-7) ===============

    Last week, Mid Tenn State won 28-21 against North Texas (2-5).

    This week, the Blue Raiders travel to Bowling Green to face the #20 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (7-1).

    In recruiting news, the following Mid Tenn State targets have announced their decisions:

    - (**) RG Richard Hunter has committed to Mid Tenn State

    - (*) MLB Kris McCoy has committed to Mid Tenn State



    =============== Florida Atlantic Owls (4-4) ===============

    Last week, Florida Atlantic lost 42-14 against Troy (3-5).

    This week, the Owls travel to Annapolis to face the Navy Midshipmen (5-3).



    =============== Akron Zips (0-9) ===============

    Last week, Akron lost 44-14 against Central Michigan (4-4).

    This week, the Zips travel to Kent to face the Kent State Golden Flashes (5-3).
     
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    MTSU falls to WKU 34-7 on the road. MTSU had a great start but couldn't keep it going as they were "topped" by the Hilltoppers. MTSU forced WKU to punt and then MTSU scored on their first play from scrimmage on a 68 yard run by HB William Pratcher. The Blue Raider defense then forced another punt and seemed to have momentum in their favor, but the PR muffed the punt and it was recovered by the Hilltoppers. They scored two plays later and never looked back. They finished on a 34-0 run. "We were able to run the ball effectively, but with the turnovers we found ourselves down and had to throw and we couldn't connect. The recievers have got to learn to catch the ball. My hats off to coach capp34 and his program."
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    RUSTON, Louisiana -- UTSA got all it could handle from a pesky La Tech that would not go away. It took the Roadrunners 4 quarters to figure out how to stop the potent no-huddle, air raid offense that the Bulldogs run. However, once they did, they were able to capitalize and sneak away with another conference victory. QB Eric Soza was the story of the game as he has shaken off all the rust from hes injury to account for over 300 yards and 4 TDs in the win. Next week UTSA has a bye before traveling to Moscow, Idaho to take on the Vandals.
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    The Golden Flashes welcomed coach John Crow and his Akron Zips to Dix stadium for their annual battle for the wagon wheel. To this point it had been as very frustrating season for Akron as they entered the game winless on the year but for the film study it was very apparent this was a team that had some bad breaks go their way against a very difficult schedule. And as expected this game went exactly like the Kent State staff expected. After jumping our to a 14-0 lead in the 1st Qtr the Zips responded with a 79 yard TD run up the gut. In the 2nd Qtr the Zips defense stiffened and forced Kent to kick two FG while Akron scored on another 75 yard TD run to make the score 20-14 at the half. Late in the 3rd Akron took their first lead of the game on a 3 yard run and going into the final quarter it was 21-20 Akron. Mid way thru the final period Kent State stopped a scoring drive and forced Akron to kick a 33 yard FG and kept Kent State hope alive as they trailed 24-20. The Golden Flash responded and drove the field and scored the go ahead TD with less than 3 minutes remaining to make it 27-24. But the Zips would not give up as they methodically drove down the field, converting a couple key 3rd down situations and on a critical 4th down to get into FG range with 3 seconds remaining. But Akron's 39 yard FG was just short and Kent State escaped with the win.
    It was a great game by John Crow and without a doubt the key to the game was the play from Akron's HB and their two safeties. The Zips two safeties on several occasions knocked away passes that could have been big plays for the Golden Flash.
     
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    Buffalo, NY -Coming off of a disappointing finish against Toledo, Buffalo wanted to come and prove that it was a fluke and to build such a big lead early that such a comeback wasn't possible. They achieved both in this game. In the first quarter, the Bulls scored TDs through passing, rushing, defense, and special teams. Just complete dominance over the Redhawks. That continued into the 2nd quarter as Buffalo would lead 45-0 at halftime. The Bulls played their backups the entire 2nd half which allowed Miami to close it up some but it was too little, too late.​
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    Good game Sabo. Ball just bounced my way in this one.
     
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