Y2 W6 Summaries

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  1. ChildPlease9

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    The Big Ten season begins on a high note for Northwestern.
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    Welcome to Week 6!

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    =============== Kentucky Wildcats (2-3) ===============

    Last week, Kentucky lost 28-21 against South Carolina (5-0).

    This week, the Wildcats will host Mississippi State (3-1).



    =============== Mississippi State Bulldogs (3-1) ===============

    Last week the Bulldogs were idle.

    This week, the Bulldogs travel to Lexington to face the Kentucky Wildcats (2-3).



    =============== Northwestern Wildcats (4-1) ===============

    Last week, Northwestern won 21-14 against Indiana (3-1).

    This week, the Wildcats travel to University Park to face the Penn State Nittany Lions (4-1).

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

    - (***) MLB Grant Hall has committed to Minnesota

    - (***) CB Aaron Van has committed to TCU

    - (*) FB Adam Miller has committed to Northwestern

    - (***) CB Richard O'Connor has committed to Northwestern



    =============== Minnesota Golden Gophers (4-1) ===============

    Last week, Minnesota won 24-20 against Iowa (4-1).

    This week, the Golden Gophers are idle.

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

    - (***) MLB Grant Hall has committed to Minnesota

    - (*) HB Clark Robinson has committed to Florida Atlantic



    =============== Vanderbilt Commodores (2-2) ===============

    Last week the Commodores were idle.

    This week, the Commodores travel to Columbia to face the Missouri Tigers (2-3).



    =============== Arizona Wildcats (2-3) ===============

    Last week, Arizona lost 35-21 against Oregon State (2-2).

    This week, the Wildcats travel to Stanford to face the Stanford Cardinal (1-3).

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

    - (*) FB Jermaine Porter has committed to Arizona



    =============== Oregon State Beavers (2-2) ===============

    Last week, Oregon State won 35-21 against Arizona (2-3).

    This week, the Beavers will host Washington State (3-2).

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

    - (***) LE Bill Clark has committed to Baylor



    =============== Ole Miss Rebels (3-2) ===============

    Last week, Ole Miss lost 31-21 against Alabama (4-1).

    This week, the Rebels will host Texas A&M (3-2).

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

    - (***) CB Aaron Van has committed to TCU



    =============== Purdue Boilermakers (3-1) ===============

    Last week, Purdue won 24-0 against Marshall (3-2).

    This week, the Boilermakers will host #22 Michigan (2-2).

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

    - (***) MLB Desmond Smith has committed to Ohio State

    - (***) DT Chris Gant has committed to Florida State

    - (***) DT Ben Harris has committed to Indiana

    - (***) MLB Micah Burks has committed to Indiana



    =============== Washington State Cougars (3-2) ===============

    Last week, Washington State lost 41-38 against Oregon (4-1).

    This week, the Cougars travel to Corvallis to face the Oregon State Beavers (2-2).

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

    - (****) LE Ryan Jones has committed to Florida



    =============== Colorado Buffaloes (2-3) ===============

    Last week, Colorado won 30-14 against UCLA (2-3).

    This week, the Buffaloes are idle.

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

    - (*) FB Kyle Godfrey has committed to New Mexico

    - (*) FB Jermaine Porter has committed to Arizona



    =============== Indiana Hoosiers (3-1) ===============

    Last week, Indiana lost 21-14 against Northwestern (4-1).

    This week, the Hoosiers will host #25 Michigan State (2-3).

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

    - (***) DT Ben Harris has committed to Indiana

    - (***) MLB Micah Burks has committed to Indiana
     
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    West Lafayette, Ind. - The new coaching staff in West Lafayette was looking for a statement win to impress recruits and that is exactly what they got on Saturday afternoon at Ross-Ade Stadium. The Boilermakers took down their first ranked foe of the season, defeating No. 22 Michigan 24-23.

    Senior signal-caller Caleb TerBush put together his second consecutive solid performance, throwing three TDs including the go-ahead TD near the end of the third quarter. TerBush finished 18-of-27 for 281 yards, 3 TDs and 1 INT.

    The Boilermakers found a balanced offensive attack against Michigan, utilizing senior RB Ralph Bolden to the tune of 17 carries for 76 yards. The steady rushing attack allowed TerBush to find a wide open O.J. Ross on a play-action pass down the field that turned into a 59-yard touchdown and a lead the Boilermakers would not relinquish.

    It really was a team win for Purdue, who also saw major contributions from the defense. Thus far, the Boilermakers had only seen one quality offense and ended up conceding 59 points to Notre Dame in their second game of the season. Today, Purdue did an excellent job containing Heisman hopeful QB Denard Robinson, who gained just 36 yards on the ground despite 15 carries. The fleet-footed Robinson did rush for a score and impressed with his arm, completing 16 of his 20 passes for 195 yards and a TD. Robinson also led a turnover-free offense.

    Michigan had multiple opportunities to take the lead in the fourth quarter. Down by four with four minutes remaining, the offense faced a 4th and 1 at Purdue's 10 yard-line and lined up to go for it. After a false start penalty, the Wolverines elected to kick the field goal and make the score 24-23.

    Their next, and final, offensive possession came two minutes later when they drove to Purdue's 40 with just over a minute remaining. Facing a 4th and 2, Robinson rolled to his left and threw across the field to the right sideline where his floating pass was knocked down by Purdue SS Ishmael Aristide that set off a celebration in West Lafayette.

    The victory is the new coaching staff's first Big Ten win. They will go for Big Ten win No. 2 next week when they host another ranked opponent, No. 24 Wisconsin.
     
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    The Rebels lay an egg in their return home.

    Their were high hopes on the returning squad as Ole Miss hosted the Aggies of Texas A&M. After running almost stride for stride with Alabama, the Rebels were expecting to catch some breaks with a little home cooking. And the game sure started out that way.

    Ole Miss used the read option to gouge big gains on the ground and push A&M around for a 7-0 lead. QB Randall Mackey and HB Jeff Scott seemed poised for big days. But then A&M ran and psased at will on our D, and we could not stop them. They were deiseled up, as evidenced in the attached video clip of their running back breaking 6 tackles and eluding each defender on his way to a 69 yard run. They often carried defenders 2-3 yards, or just enough to convert crucial first downs. Through the air, they didn't miss a beat. It was a deadly combo.

    And their defense clamped hard on the Rebel O. Mackey became high erratic, and the usually solid receiving corp looked spooked on the big stage. EA recorded 5 drops, so that means about 10 balls should have been caught that weren't. This game made me sick. It should have been a fair fight and an awesome game, instead it was EA telling me F U. We will try to right the ship next week, and fight for our first SEC victory. This week, we had too little too late and Texas A&M rolls big, 48-28.

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    Rebels lose a tough home game against Texas A&M.

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    [​IMG] # Texas A&M 7 24 7 10 48
    [​IMG] # Ole Miss 7 0 14 7 28
    First Quarter
    3:06 TD [​IMG] Miss Ferbia Allen TE #83 7 yard TD from Randall Mackey QB #1 (Bryson Rose K #81 kick)
    0:52 TD [​IMG] TAMU Jameill Showers QB #3 6 yard TD (Taylor Bertolet K #91 kick)
    Second Quarter
    5:38 TD [​IMG] TAMU Michael Lamothe TE #19 7 yard TD from Jameill Showers QB #3 (Taylor Bertolet K #91 kick)
    2:07 TD [​IMG] TAMU Jameill Showers QB #3 5 yard TD (Taylor Bertolet K #91 kick)
    1:20 TD [​IMG] TAMU Christine Michael HB #33 69 yard TD (Taylor Bertolet K #91 kick)
    0:32 FG [​IMG] TAMU Taylor Bertolet K #91 35 yard FG
    Third Quarter
    1:51 TD [​IMG] TAMU Christine Michael HB #33 23 yard TD from Jameill Showers QB #3 (Taylor Bertolet K #91 kick)
    2:54 TD [​IMG] Miss Vince Sanders WR #10 27 yard TD from Randall Mackey QB #1 (Bryson Rose K #81 kick)
    0:38 TD [​IMG] Miss Ja Mes Logan WR #85 25 yard TD from Randall Mackey QB #1 (Bryson Rose K #81 kick)
    Fourth Quarter
    2:14 FG [​IMG] TAMU Taylor Bertolet K #91 55 yard FG
    5:37 TD [​IMG] Miss Vince Sanders WR #10 40 yard TD from Randall Mackey QB #1 (Bryson Rose K #81 kick)
    3:56 TD [​IMG] TAMU Michael Lamothe TE #19 6 yard TD from Jameill Showers QB #3 (Taylor Bertolet K #91 kick)
     
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    Hoosiers Drop to 0-2 in Conference Play
    Indiana decided to take this Saturday afternoon off and suffered a 45 - 7 blowout loss at home to 25th ranked Michigan State. The Hoosiers were over-matched throughout the day as the Spartans jumped out to a 31 - 7 lead by halftime, and Indiana could not gather any momentum.
    Next week, Indiana will host the 6th ranked Buckeyes of Ohio State.
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