Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by ChaoticUT, Jul 14, 2013.
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OUT GUNNEDSMU's AIR RAID TOO MUCH FOR NEVADA TO STOP IN HOME OPENER 41-24 COACH MG AFTER THE GAME. "SMU WAS WHO WE THOUGHT THE WERE. THEY WERE WHO WE THOUGHT THEY WERE. IF YOU WANT TO CROWN THEM, THEN CROWN THEIR ASS. BUT SMU WAS WHO WE THOUGHT THEY WERE. AND WE LET THEM OFF THE HOOK!!!!!" *SLAMS PODIUM AND WALKS OFF*
RUN 'N SHOOT IS BACK!
defense wasnt too bad either, shut the #21 ranked beavers offense's run game and every 3rd down attempts. No turnovers for Graham this week, his only flaw was that he missed 6 passes lol! the running game was solid as well balancing out the offense run/pass ratio to a perfect 29/29. well, here comes the bye week, time to hit the recruiting trail.
Z-Owned 48 @ 10 Las Vegas, NV - This was just plain ugly from the very first snap when Arizona RB Carey went 81 yards. He was stopped just short of a TD thanks to a shoestring tackle, but it didn't matter. The Wildcats were in the end zone just a few plays later. For the Rebels, it was really just a continuation of their game last week in Minnesota...numerous turnovers and an inability to stop the run. All told, UNLV turned it over 5 times(2 fumbles and 3 INTs) which killed any shot they had to compete with Arizona. Aside from that though, there were some positives to take away from the game. UNLV forced their first turnover of the season...an INT in the end zone by FS Vea and RB Cornett rushed for over 100 for a 2nd consecutive game.
Rams overcome 21 point deficit to win on last second FG
Before CSU could blink they were in a 21-0 hole at the hands of a fast paced Tulsa offense. After catching some breaks in the 2nd quarter the Rams were able to go into half only 7 points down. The 2nd half would be all CSU. "We got away from our game plan and it killed us. In the 2nd half we controlled the ball, minimized the mistakes and what do ya know?! We ended up winning the game!" POTG - RB C. Nowke 22 rushes 73 yards + 2 TDs // 2 catches 6 yards
The Cowboys get theeir first win of the season. Very happy with the way my offense played we moved the ball very efficiently and came up big on 3rd down. Defense is another story even though we only gave up 10 points we left a lot of plays on the field and then the computer QB goes 21-29. Hopefully we can redeem our self next week as we take on a BCS opponent.
vs 28 - 17 The Falcons fell to 0-2 after they were unable to stop the Utah State offense and struggled to get their own option game going. What really hurt the Falcons were 6 penalties, 4 of which were face-mask calls that kept Aggie drives alive.
No Match in Ohio 28 40 18 yard TD pass from Braxton Miller to Devin Smith right before halftime After a win to start the year off right, the Aztecs had the lofty task of traveling to Ohio Stadium to take on the Buckeyes. Things did not go Coach Copeland's way as Ohio State had no trouble taking down the outmatched team from San Diego. The Aztecs had no trouble on offense as the team put up a surprising 28 points on 392 yards of total offense with 333 of those yards coming from the arm of Adam Dingwell. Ohio State was led by their leader Braxton Miller as he was a stellar 15-18 passing on 164 yards and 2 touchdowns. We caught up with Coach Copeland after the game as he stated "We came into the game knowing we would have to be clicking on all cylinders. Our guys on offense did a tremendous job today, now all we need to do is just bust our asses on D at practice this week and next on our bye week so we can come back with all of kinks out. I still am very confident with the group of guys here, they have bought into the system me and the great assistants have created and we have 11 leaders on both sides of the ball." The Aztecs will look to get back on track on week 4 as they host the Beavers of Oregon State.
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