Year 1, Week 4

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  1. Wick36

    Wick36 Welcome to the Jungle

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    Year 1, Week 4

    Alabama sure won't be #1 next week. =/
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  2. Outspoknpoet

    Outspoknpoet Shock and Awesome

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    I think we need new sliders... lol
     
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    holy... nice win. maybe some new sliders?
     
  4. PAgamer07

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    Atlanta, Georgia: This one hurts Yellow Jacket fans around the country, Unranked NC State came to Atlanta, GA and upset #9 Georgia Tech 29-27.

    In a surprising move of gamesmanship that Georgia Tech was not used to seeing, they had to deal with the 4-6 defense the entire game. Unable to move the ball most of the game on the ground, the team for the first time all season relied on the arm of Freshman QB Jordan Luallen. WR Daniel McKayahan was the recipient of 2 huge TD catches which here his first of the year. NC States Russel Wilson though was the player of the game. Unflappable in the face of constant pressure and 1 INT, he picked apart the Yellow Jacket secondary for 356 yards.

    Georgia Tech was also the victim of costly turnovers and for the first time all season had a negative turnover margin. The biggest of which though will be talked about all year.

    Ahead 27-22 with under 3 minutes to play, QB Jordan Luallen took an option keeper toward the middle of the field to try to setup an easy FG. Unfortunately he was hammered by S Brandon Bishop and would turn the ball over in the red zone. The coaches did not think to tell him to protect the ball, and they also didnt elect to take the easy FG on 3rd down to put them ahead by 8 points.

    The rest was history as Wilson drove the Wolfpack down the field for the game winning score with only 7 seconds left on the clock. The coaching staff saved their timeouts in the hopes they could get one final stop, but it was not to be. Had they used their timeouts on defense, they may have had a shot at a game winning drive of their own.

    Next week it's Wake Forest in a must win game.


    Column 1
    Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
    Georgia Tech 3 17 7 0 27
    NC State 0 3 13 13 29



    Scoring Summary

    First Quarter
    05:26 FG Georgia Tech Scott Blair K #14 49 yard field goal
    Second Quarter
    07:02 FG Georgia Tech Scott Blair K #14 17 yard field goal
    05:05 TD Georgia Tech Jeremy Moore WR #83 38 yard pass from Jordan Luallen QB #7
    01:11 TD Georgia Tech Daniel McKayhan WR #80 68 yard pass from Jordan Luallen QB #7
    00:00 FG NC State Josh Czalkowski K #36 30 yard field goal
    Third Quarter
    06:35 FG NC State Josh Czalkowski K #36 20 yard field goal
    03:58 FG NC State Josh Czalkowski K #36 37 yard field goal
    03:07 TD Georgia Tech Daniel McKayhan WR #80 71 yard pass from Jordan Luallen QB #7
    01:15 TD NC State TJ Graham WR #6 60 yard pass from Russell Wilson QB #16
    Forth Quarter
    05:21 TD NC State George Bryan TE #84 6 yard pass from Russell Wilson QB #16
    00:06 TD NC State Darrell Davis WR #15 5 yard pass from Russell Wilson QB #16
     
  5. Wick36

    Wick36 Welcome to the Jungle

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    Last second losses hurt. =/

    The triple option offense can be tough to run if your opponent knows how to stop it...

    It's normally easy to tell where the play is going to go, so someone can easily user a LB to the play... and they don't block the last guy on the line (because you're supposed to option him!) but it doesn't really work all that well in this game. =/

    I used it for my Road to Glory in High School... my player would get wrecked really fast. =/
     
  6. AJ Hart MN

    AJ Hart MN Marseille - TFL Season 1 Champions

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    Talk about a tough loss Pa, hopefully you can bounce back and finish strong this season. I don't think I've ever seen a team with as many games go down to the final seconds as you have had this season already.
     
  7. AJ Hart MN

    AJ Hart MN Marseille - TFL Season 1 Champions

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    52-7? WTF!!! Am I missing something here. I'm kind of glad I don't see you this season. Thanks for taking a bit of the luster out of the Florida v Bama game next week.
     
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    Player of the Game: Russell Wilson 24-36 356 yards 3 touchdowns, not to mention the game winning touchdown drive.
     
  9. Wick36

    Wick36 Welcome to the Jungle

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    sorry
     
  10. AJ Hart MN

    AJ Hart MN Marseille - TFL Season 1 Champions

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    Kentucky @ Florida


    Scoring Summary

    First Quarter
    05:41 TD Florida Emmanuel Moody HB #21 2 yard rush
    04:54 TD Kentucky Randall Cobb WR #18 85 yard pass from Morgan Newton QB #12
    00:10 FG Florida Caleb Sturgis K #19 27 yard field goal

    Second Quarter
    07:26 TD Florida Jeff Demps HB #2 63 yard punt return TD
    03:23 FG Florida Caleb Sturgis K #19 35 yard field goal
    02:06 TD Kentucky LaRod King WR #16 58 yard pass from Morgan Newton QB #12
    00:20 TD Florida Emmanuel Moody HB #21 4 yard rush

    Third Quarter
    02:11 TD Florida Emmanuel Moody HB #21 7 yard rush
    00:00 TD Florida Emmanuel Moody HB #21 9 yard rush

    Forth Quarter
    06:05 TD Florida Will Hill FS #10 58 yard fumble

    Final Score
    Florida 48 - Kentucky 14

    Amid all the controversy of the last week, the Gator football program got back doing what they know best, winning football games on saturday afternoons.

    The defense set the tone early on Kentucky's first drive when All-American Will Hill picked off Morgan Kelley for his 4th interception of the young season. The offense given such a short field to work with, capitalized with a short TD run by Emmanuel Moody. On the first play of the ensueing drive, Kelley hit Randall Cobb for an 85yd TD. Cobb's speed was evident on the play as he outran the alleged fastest team in the world. With the score 10-7 in the 2nd qtr, the Florida speed finally started to shine. All everything back Jeff Demps took a punt 63yds to paydirt. After making one nifty move, Demps just let his sheer speed take over from there, he dove into the endzone without being touched. This seemed to wake up the faithful filling the swamp on this hot, rainy saturday afternoon but Kentucky wasn't done just yet. With the score 20-7 late in the qtr Kelley hit LaRod King on a beautifully placed pass in which Senior SS Ahmad Black went for the pick instead of trying to knock the ball down. Black missed and King waltzed into the endzone for the 58yd touchdown. Florida would answer quickly before the half ended with another Moody short TD run to give themselves some breathing room and enter halftime with a 27-14 lead.

    The second half would see the Gators really show their full potential. The defense was absolutely dominant and the offense was very efficient. Moody would add two more TD runs to give him 4 on the day and Hill would return a fumble 58 yds to end the scoring. Final - Gators 48 Wildcats 14

    Qb John Brantley has continued to improve as the season has gone along. He went 15-23 for 212 yds and most importantly zero int's. Top targets Chris Rainey and Deonte Thompson each was kept happy with 5 catches each. Demps added 56yds on the ground while Moody had 48 with the 4 TD's. Third stringer Mike Gillislee even had a good day with 49 yds on 7 carries. Backup QB Trey Burton was hurt but the severity of the injury is still unknown.

    Coach Aj was happy to get this crazy week over with. "Alot of stuff has been said about my program this last week. We have been deeply hurt by some of the allegations made against us but we will move on and not dwell in the past". When asked about travelling to Alabama then getting LSU in the swamp the coach seemed happy. "This is what SEC football is all about" with a smile on his face, "we travel to the defending national champions next week. We understand they were utterly humiliated by Arkansas so we imagine we will get their best shot. If we can somehow come out of Tuscaloosa with a W, we will be extremely happy to be coming home to face an outstanding LSU program". This will be the most important 2 week stretch of the season. If the Gators have any National Championship aspirations this season. These two games will let everyone know if they are for real or not.
     
  11. PAgamer07

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    Sheesh. Gators are rolling.
     
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    Week 3 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Final

    0 7 6 0 0 13
    21 3 14 7 0 45

    * Scoring Summary
    * Team Stats
    * Player Stats

    First Quarter
    05:10 TD Virginia Keith Payne HB #22 32 yard rush
    04:22 TD Virginia Perry Jones HB #33 67 yard rush
    02:01 TD Virginia Chase Minnifield CB #13 31 yard interception
    Second Quarter
    05:03 TD Western Kentucky Ryan Beard SS #15 67 yard interception
    01:26 FG Virginia Robert Randolph K #3 30 yard field goal
    Third Quarter
    06:26 TD Virginia Joe Torchia TE #83 5 yard pass from Marc Verica QB #6
    03:43 TD Western Kentucky Braxston Miller HB #26 21 yard pass from Matt Pelasasa QB #12
    00:00 TD Virginia Perry Jones HB #33 27 yard rush
    Forth Quarter
    05:49 TD Virginia Keith Payne HB #22 18 yard rush
    Western Kentucky Virginia
    1st Downs 22 34
    3rd down efficiency 8.33 50
    4th down efficiency 33.33 100
    Total Yards 229 656
    Passing 119 299
    Completion Attempts 16 - 37 20 - 40
    Yards Per Pass 3.22 7.48
    Rushing
    Rushing Attempts 15 31
    Yards Per Rush 0 8.65
    Turnovers 4 5
    Fumbles Lost 0 2
    Interceptions Thrown 4 3
    Possession 12:19 19:41


    Starting Sophomore Halfback Perry Jones out for the season with broken collarbone.
     
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    Player Of The Game - VTech RB Ryan Williams 23 car 204yds 1 td
    Injury News - BC TE Chris Pantale Out 5 weeks Broken Ribs
     
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    Hokies win grind it out battle on road in first ACC test of the season
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    Williams runs away from the Eagles Defense en route to huge performance.


    BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA
    -- The Virginia Tech Hokies won a tough road game in Chestnut Hill to get their ACC title quest started on the right path. The game wasn't decided until an interception by Safety Donovan Morgan set up an 82-yard scamper by Running Back Ryan Williams that put the Hokies in the driver seat. The bout was close throughout with a lot of turnovers and missed opportunities by both sides. The Eagles displayed a solid passing game behind Quarterback Dave Shinskie and his array of receivers. The Eagles received a huge blow when Tight End Chris Pantale left the game with an injury. Once again the Tech defense was one of the main reasons the Hokies prevailed as they held Boston College to one touchdown due to poor tackling. They forced 3 turnovers by intercepting Shinskie which all came at big moments in the game.

    Offensively, Virginia Tech had a gameplan and stuck to it as they rode the running game as far as they could to wear down the Eagles defense. Ryan Williams was spectacular on the day going for over 200 yards and was adept at picking up chunks of yards inside the tackles. Darren Evans continues to shine in spot duty with Williams resting on the sidelines. Tyrod Taylor is getting a little more consistent as the weeks go by which is a promising sign for the rest of the season.

    The Virginia Tech Hokies will be on the road again next week as they take on North Carolina State (4-0). The Wolfpack are ranked #21 in the Coaches Poll and #20 in the Media Poll this week.

    Offensive Player of the Game: RB Ryan Williams, 23 Carries, 204 yards, 1 TD
    Defensive Players of the Game: CB Cris Hill 5 tackles and 1 game-sealing interception


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    First Quarter
    01:28 FG Boston College Nate Freese K #85 26 yard field goal
    Second Quarter
    02:16 TD Virginia Tech Prince Parker TE #87 10 yard pass from Tyrod Taylor QB #5
    02:00 TD Boston College Chris Pantale TE #81 76 yard pass from Dave Shinskie QB #15
    00:02 FG Virginia Tech Chris Hazley K #97 37 yard field goal
    Third Quarter
    02:32 FG Virginia Tech Chris Hazley K #97 25 yard field goal
    Forth Quarter
    01:39 TD Virginia Tech Ryan Williams HB #34 83 yard rush

    [​IMG]Virginia Tech Statistics
    Passing ATT Comp Yards TD Int
    Tyrod Taylor 22 14 200 1 2

    Rushing ATT Yards TD Long
    Ryan Williams 23 204 1 83
    Darren Evans 8 24 0 11
    Tyrod Taylor 3 6 0 13
    Kenny Younger 1 1 0 1

    Receiving Catches Yards TD Long
    Jarrett Boykin 4 54 0 24
    Prince Parker 2 29 1 19
    Dyrell Roberts 3 28 0 14
    Marcus Davis 1 26 0 26
    Danny Coale 1 24 0 24
    Andre Smith 1 24 0 24
    Kenny Younger 1 13 0 13
    Ryan Williams 1 2 0 2

    Defense Tackles Sacks INTs FF
    Antoine Hopkins 2 0 0 0
    Jeron Gouveia 1 0 0 0
    Cris Hill 5 0 1 0
    Barquell Rivers 4 0 0 0
    Davon Morgan 3 0 1 0
    Lyndell Gibson 5 1 0 0
    Jayron Hosley 2 0 1 0
    Blake DeChristopher 1 0 0 0
    Rashad Carmichael 1 0 0 0
    Chris Drager 1 0 0 0
    Eddie Whitley 2 0 0 0
    Tariq Edwards 1 0 0 0
    Prince Parker 1 0 0 0
    John Graves 0 0 0 0

    Kicking FGA FGs XPA XPs Long Points
    Chris Hazley 2 2 2 2 37 8


    [​IMG]Boston College Statistics
    Passing ATT Comp Yards TD Int
    Dave Shinskie 43 22 375 1 3

    Rushing ATT Yards TD Long
    Sterlin Phifer 8 23 0 6
    James McCluskey 1 4 0 4
    Dave Shinskie 1 -6 0 0

    Receiving Catches Yards TD Long
    Chris Pantale 6 158 1 76
    Colin Larmond Jr 5 83 0 27
    Billy Flutie 3 65 0 34
    Clyde Lee 3 38 0 17
    Ryan Lindsey 1 21 0 21
    Sterlin Phifer 3 9 0 7
    Jordon McMichael 1 1 0 1

    Defense Tackles Sacks INTs FF
    Jim Noel 2 0 0 0
    Luke Kuechly 10 0 1 0
    Donnie Fletcher 1 0 1 0
    Wes Davis 6 0 0 0
    DeLeon Gause 3 0 0 0
    Mark Herzlich 7 0 0 0
    Ryan Lindsey 1 0 0 0
    Dominick LeGrande 1 0 0 0
    Max Holloway 1 1 0 0
    Bryan Murray 4 0 0 0
    Chris Fox 1 0 0 0
    Isaac Johnson 1 0 0 0
    Mike Morrissey 2 0 0 0
    Brad Newman 2 0 0 0
    Alex Albright 1 0 0 0
    Thomas Claiborne 1 0 0 0
    Billy Flutie 1 0 0 0
    Clyde Lee 1 0 0 0

    Kicking FGA FGs XPA XPs Long Points
    Nate Freese 2 1 1 1 26 4
     
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    Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
    [​IMG]South Carolina 0 0 0 0 0
    [​IMG]Auburn 7 7 7 13 34

    Auburn South Carolina
    1st Downs 31 15
    3rd Down Efficiency 61.54 33.33
    4th Down Efficiency 100 0
    Total Yards 363 251
    Passing 166 98
    Completion Attempts 5-9 5-17
    Yards Per Pass 18.44 5.76
    Rushing
    Rushing Attempts 51 16
    Yards Per Rush 3.86 1.88
    Turnovers 0 2
    Fumbles Lost 0 1
    Interceptions Thrown 0 1
    Possession 23:35 8:25
     

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