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(Y3) Week 5 News/Updates
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South Carolina goes on the road and takes out the Commodores 38-14. The defense struggled early as Vandy got two quick scores and ran for over 100 yards in the first quarter. Marcus Lattimore drove a dagger into the upset hungry Vanderbilt fans early when he scored on a kickoff return for the second consecutive week. Lattimore showed why he is maybe the most versitile back in the country as he ran for over 100 yards caught a couple of passes and of course had the kickoff return. Next week the Gamecocks travel to Fort Worth to take on the #7 TCU Horned Frogs. The matchup will be the fifth game against a ranked opponent for the Gamecocks so far this season in six games.
uga sends boise back to mid majorville as they win 52-14, bad news lose ealey for the season as well as another defensive players for 7 weeks.
Missouri knocks off Colorado 38-10. Defense looked good today. Definitely improving from that close one against Oregon. Only TD they had was a dropped punt return that they took back for 6.
Oklahoma State moves to (3-1) overall and (1-0) in Big 12 play with a 56-24 romp over Iowa State.
Looks like you're finding traction with that Air Raid Offense out there in Stillwater.
yes sir we are.
Highlights should be up around lunch time.
Texas Tech stays winless and Oklahoma stays perfect, by virtue of a 41-20 Sooner win
UNC hangs on to beat LSU, 38-31.
FSU wakes up and upsets #1 Miami 38-27
Wow! Great win drunken. I definitely didn't see this one coming, great way to bounce back after a tough loss to USF last week.
Chris Thompson was a beast and we couldn't stop him. Great job Drunken, I had no answers.
Auburn goes into Starkvegas and dominates the Bulldogs 41-0.
#6 Nebraska STRUGGLES against Kansas, wins 21-17.... glad this wasn't on Heisman because this was one of those CPU does nothing wrong games
LSU played me really tough also. I couldn't do much against their defense and that back was impossible to tackle.
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