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Y2 W10 Summaries

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  1. soxandgators

    soxandgators The Gator Nation

    Jul 16, 2010
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  2. ChildPlease9

    ChildPlease9 @HKSeahawks

    Nov 26, 2010
    Battle in Bryant-Denny Stadium!

    Mississippi State wins a tight one in Bryant-Denny Stadium, 31-28.
    OCT 51:04AM


    Welcome to Week 10!
    Remember to visit dynasty.easports.com to publish your own stories.

    =============== Kentucky Wildcats (5-4) ===============
    Last week, Kentucky won 29-7 against Missouri (2-6).
    This week, the Wildcats will host Vanderbilt (6-2).
    In recruiting news, the following Kentucky targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) CB Michael Wallace has committed to ECU

    =============== #20 Mississippi State Bulldogs (7-1) ===============
    Last week, Mississippi State won 31-28 against Alabama (6-2).
    This week, the Bulldogs will host Texas A&M (5-3).
    In recruiting news, the following Mississippi State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (****) RG Robert Parrish has committed to Syracuse

    =============== Minnesota Golden Gophers (4-4) ===============
    Last week, Minnesota lost 30-20 against Purdue (7-1).
    This week, the Golden Gophers will host #19 Michigan (5-3).
    In recruiting news, the following Minnesota targets have announced their decisions:
    - (**) LT Jason George has committed to Minnesota
    - (***) RT Matt Wilson has committed to Minnesota
    - (***) CB Nate Crenshaw has committed to Minnesota
    - (***) LT Chris Andrews has committed to Minnesota
    - (***) DT Neil McCoy has committed to Iowa

    =============== Vanderbilt Commodores (6-2) ===============
    Last week, Vanderbilt won 49-7 against UMass (0-8).
    This week, the Commodores travel to Lexington to face the Kentucky Wildcats (5-4).

    =============== Arizona Wildcats (3-5) ===============
    Last week, Arizona lost 34-14 against USC (7-1).
    This week, the Wildcats travel to Pasadena to face the UCLA Bruins (3-5).
    In recruiting news, the following Arizona targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) DT Nick Frank has committed to Wyoming
    - (****) MLB Jared Roberts has committed to Arizona State
    - (***) FS Kevin Holmes has committed to Arizona

    =============== Oregon State Beavers (3-5) ===============
    Last week, Oregon State lost 41-21 against Washington (6-2).
    This week, the Beavers will host Arizona State (3-5).
    In recruiting news, the following Oregon State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) FS Kevin Holmes has committed to Arizona
    - (***) WR Micah Adams has committed to Iowa State
    - (***) ROLB James Wall has committed to Kansas

    =============== Ole Miss Rebels (4-4) ===============
    Last week, Ole Miss lost 45-24 against Arkansas (5-3).
    This week, the Rebels travel to Athens to face the #22 Georgia Bulldogs (6-2).
    In recruiting news, the following Ole Miss targets have announced their decisions:
    - (**) SS John Young has committed to Ole Miss
    - (***) LE Edgar Koch has committed to Ole Miss

    =============== #11 Purdue Boilermakers (7-1) ===============
    Last week, Purdue won 30-20 against Minnesota (4-4).
    This week, the Boilermakers will host Penn State (5-3).
    In recruiting news, the following Purdue targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) LG J.J. Douglas has committed to Purdue
    - (***) LG Tom Robinson has committed to Purdue
    - (***) SS Jay Miles has committed to Purdue
    - (****) C Adam Bridges has committed to Maryland

    =============== Washington State Cougars (4-4) ===============
    Last week, Washington State lost 17-10 against Stanford (2-6).
    This week, the Cougars travel to Salt Lake City to face the Utah Utes (5-3).
    In recruiting news, the following Washington State targets have announced their decisions:
    - (***) LG Tom Robinson has committed to Purdue
    - (****) MLB Jared Roberts has committed to Arizona State
    - (****) LOLB Michael Hampton has committed to Arkansas
    - (***) ROLB James Wall has committed to Kansas

    =============== Colorado Buffaloes (3-5) ===============
    Last week, Colorado lost 34-21 against Oregon (7-1).
    This week, the Buffaloes will host Stanford (2-6).
    In recruiting news, the following Colorado targets have announced their decisions:
    - (**) CB Greg Chandler has committed to Colorado
    - (*) RT Chris Carter has committed to Utah State

    =============== Indiana Hoosiers (3-5) ===============
    Last week, Indiana lost 31-26 against Illinois (3-4).
    This week, the Hoosiers will host #17 Iowa (7-1).
    In recruiting news, the following Indiana targets have announced their decisions:
    - (**) P Lonnie Hardy has committed to Indiana
  3. bbrech0610

    bbrech0610 Walk On

    Jul 11, 2012
    PURDUE 17

    West Lafayette, Ind. - In a must-win game for Penn State to keep their Rose Bowl hopes alive, the Nittany Lions did just that, marching into West Lafayette and hammering the Boilermakers in a statement victory that caught the attention of the rest of the Big Ten.

    Purdue and Penn State entered Saturday atop the Big Ten Leaders division but with Purdue holding a two-game cushion, Penn State had no room for error.

    The Nittany Lions let everybody know they were in town from the get go, when RB Silas Redd took the first play from scrimmage 87 yards for a Penn State touchdown after shaking off several Purdue defenders.

    The Boilermakers were able to settle down once they got the ball in the hands of senior QB Caleb TerBush. The signal-caller led Purdue down the field and answered with a touchdown of his own, a 14-yard strike to TE Crosby Wright. Purdue added a field goal towards the end of the first quarter and ended the opening period with a 10-7 advantage.

    From then on, it was all Penn State.

    Redd added his second TD of the day with 1:48 left in the second quarter, a 6-yard run. Two field goals from K Anthony Fera gave Penn State a two-score lead heading into the break.

    The Nittany Lions extended their lead again in the third quarter with another Fera field goal, this time from 26 yards.

    TerBush and the Boilermakers offense was unable to find a rhythm for most of the game. RB Ralph Bolden was once again ineffective, totaling just 30 yards on 10 carries, his second unimpressive performance in as many weeks. TerBush finished 17 of 31 for 199 yards, 2 TDs and 1 INT.

    Penn State out-gained Purdue a whopping 417-260 in the game and the Boilermakers were just 3-of-10 on third down.

    Despite the loss, the Boilermakers still hold a one game lead over Ohio State and Penn State in the Big Ten Leaders division. However, Purdue has to travel to Iowa next week and the No. 17 ranked Hawkeyes are 7-1 overall and 4-1 in the Big Ten with their only loss coming at the hands of Majesty95's Gophers.
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2012
  4. Roadhouse

    Roadhouse Walk On

    Apr 14, 2010
    Ole Miss comes up with a road shocker in Athens as the Rebels stun #22 Georgia 31-24. Here's how the madness began.

    The Rebels' opening drive was textbook. A decent mix of option runs and short passes got us to the red zone. We took advantage of an overagressive corner back to get a quick score in the corner of the endzone for a 6-0 lead. Well, leave it to my lucky mittens, but I fat fingered a passing play instead of the XP. I was going to call the TO but decided to roll the dice on the road. Damn the mittens, because the play was a wide open play and an easy conversion. 8-0 Rebel lead!

    The Georgia offense sputtered at times, letting Ole Miss grow a lead. In typical fashion, we were in control until the last few minutes. Georgia mounted a furious comeback to take the lead, only to give it right back a minute later on another Randall Mackey TD pass. But because of the earlier 2 pt conversion, we faced a difficult decision.

    With under two minutes left, Ole Miss had a 24-17 lead. If we kick the XP, we have an 8 point bulge, but if we convert again, we make the game a two score lead and that will end it. We went for it. My big TE was wide open in the flat, he caught the pass in stride on the 2, and all he had to do was turn and square his shoulders to the end zone and fall forward. But it felt like I was trying to turn around the Titanic, because the CB (who was off screen) came flying in to hammer the TE and drop him at the one.

    Of course Georgia then marches 80 yards after the KO, and scores to tie the game. But they left us a minute on the clock. My senior QB wasn't too bothered by the road noise today, and he put the team on his back. Georgia blew their coverage and we converted a 2 play, 79 yard drive to score and take a 31-24 lead. The Dawgs threatened, as their last play was a 49 yard slant pattern through a quarter D, that almost went to the house. But we made a tackle and the clock showed zeros and we got the hell out of dodge!

    Ole Miss improves to 5-4 and cling to the hopes of a first year bowl game. That's a high hope facing old nemesis SoxandGators next week, then travel to Baton Rouge to play LSU, and ending the season at home vs. uagrad in the Egg Bowl. Phew, that is a mean stretch. I may have to breakout my lucky blindfold for those games....

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