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UGA is done recruiting for week 10.
Auburn's "trap game" with Mississippi turns out to be anything but ... 48-6, good guys. Time to rest up and prep' for the Iron Bowl!
Missouri takes down KState 56-23. The second team offense played the entire second half and the second team defense played the last 2 minutes of the 3rd and the entire 4th quarter. The second team O-line was able to open up some big holes for backup AJ Mays who rushed for a team high 168 yards and 2 TDs.
USC has some second quarter struggles that sees them fall behind 20-16 at the break, but figures it out in the second half to beat Arkansas 40-20. Next up for the #1 team in the country, the Florida Gators.
Bama continues it's win streak with a 59-10 victory over Mississippi State.
The injury-riddled Oklahoma State Cowboys show some heart in guts as they dont give up in a 35-31 win on the road versus Texas. We need guys to get healthy quick.
That freakin' avatar is ... distracting. Who's left? Tucco?
tuco playin now i think
so sabo and he was just on 70 min ago
yea...shes a naughty women
Oklahoma survives five turnovers and slips by A&M 31-24 in College Station after falling behind by ten twice. Quarterback Joe Frederick is bench after halftime after a first half with two interceptions and a fumble. Still undetermined if the QB change is permanent. This team is turning the ball over far too often.
Miami takes down rival Virginia Tech by 21 at home. The 'Canes use a big forced fumble on the last play of the 3rd and go on a 5:34 94-yard drive to put the game away. Miami is off next week, then they'll play Florida and Georgia before the ACC Championship Game.
great game JCA..that fumble hurt me to the core..if i score i'm back in the game..fumble and the long drive you had i knew it was over..see you next year
Yeah, that fumble was rough. You were carving us up with your passing attack too. I knew I had to keep your O off the field. Next year is gonna be a war!
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