(Y2) Week 6 Sportscenter

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  1. HAL9100

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    Welcome to Week 6!

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    =============== Idaho Vandals (1-4) ===============

    Last week, Idaho lost 52-20 against Kansas State (3-0).

    This week, the Vandals are idle.

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

    - (**) DT Anthony Donaldson has committed to Boise State



    =============== Kent State Golden Flashes (1-3) ===============

    Last week, Kent State won 24-14 against Troy (2-1).

    This week, the Golden Flashes travel to Akron to face the Akron Zips (0-3).



    =============== Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (1-2) ===============

    Last week the Hilltoppers were idle.

    This week, the Hilltoppers will host Kentucky (1-3).



    =============== Buffalo Bulls (3-1) ===============

    Last week, Buffalo won 24-13 against Ohio State (2-1).

    This week, the Bulls travel to Amherst to face the UMass Minutemen (2-2).

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

    - (***) LT Melvin Mack has committed to Michigan State



    =============== UTSA Roadrunners (3-1) ===============

    Last week, UTSA lost 56-17 against Virginia Tech (3-1).

    This week, the Roadrunners are idle.



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

    Last week, UMass won 18-14 against Florida Atlantic (1-3).

    This week, the Minutemen will host Buffalo (3-1).

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

    - (*) DT Jarvis Bradley has committed to Boston College

    - (*) WR Kyle Bell has committed to Tulane



    =============== New Mexico State Aggies (3-1) ===============

    Last week, New Mexico State won 31-10 against New Mexico (1-2).

    This week, the Aggies are idle.



    =============== #13 UL Monroe Warhawks (4-0) ===============

    Last week, UL Monroe won 38-6 against Baylor (0-4).

    This week, the Warhawks travel to Columbia to face the #22 South Carolina Gamecocks (1-2).

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

    - (*) C Jim Scott has committed to UL Monroe



    =============== San Jose State Spartans (1-3) ===============

    Last week, San Jose State lost 28-27 against San Diego State (3-1).

    This week, the Spartans are idle.

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

    - (***) LG Ross Easley has committed to Washington



    =============== Mid Tenn State Blue Raiders (0-4) ===============

    Last week, Mid Tenn State lost 59-40 against Temple (1-2).

    This week, the Blue Raiders travel to Nashville to face the Vanderbilt Commodores (1-3).

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

    - (***) CB Ted Pino has committed to Vanderbilt



    =============== Florida Atlantic Owls (1-3) ===============

    Last week, Florida Atlantic lost 18-14 against UMass (2-2).

    This week, the Owls will host New Mexico (1-2).

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

    - (***) SS Bryan Mayo has committed to Georgia



    =============== Akron Zips (0-3) ===============

    Last week the Zips were idle.

    This week, the Zips will host Kent State (1-3).
     
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    Buffalo Continues to Roll, Defeat UMass 34-24
    Amherst, MA - Fresh off of their upset of Ohio State, Buffalo didn't want to let up in their first MAC game of the season. The Bulls really started to rely on RB Branden Oliver and he has responded. By halftime, he had 138 yards and 2 TDs. Then to start off the 2nd half, he returned the kickoff 103 yards for another TD. UMass put in a valiant fight but were struggling to move the ball for much of the game. UMass CB Kirk Nelms was outstanding on kickoff returns though and was routinely putting them in good field position. And just before the end of the 1st half, he returned a kickoff all the way for TD. That was crucial as the Minutemen trailed 17-7 before that. The Bulls proved to be too much though as they would pull away in the 2nd half for a 34-24 victory.​
     
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    Vandy uses defense to hold on to win 24-17 against MTSU. Vandy stops MTSU twice on 4th and goal in the fourth quarter to win. MTSU got a break out performance from its new QB Timmy Byerly who is taking over for veteran QB Logan Kilgore who is out with a season ending injury. "I'm proud of the boys. They played their hearts out tonight."
     
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    Kent State won a slug fest vs Akron 21-14 in the poring rain. The Golden Flash could not stay consistent of offense as they shot themselves in the foot several times as they moved into scoring position.
     
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