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Sunday, September 15, 2019
03:40 PM - September 15, 2019. Written by OBinKC
Around the NCAA


#1 Clemson stays undefeated as they blew out Pitt, 41-14.


Florida Atlantic was finally beaten as they fell to New Mexico State, 21-19.


Texas fell to TCU 28-14 to end the Longhorns' undefeated streak.
Dynasty: OBinKC
03:34 PM - September 15, 2019. Written by OBinKC

Ole Miss Quarterback Grant Tisdale scores on a 51 yard touchdown run.


Too Tough For The Vandals
Ole Miss puts up 302 rushing yards in their 42-24 win over Idaho
October 20, 2018 4:00pm


Oxford, MS -- The Mississippi Rebels were just too much for the Idaho Vandals to handle on Saturday. Employing a ground attack, Ole Miss drove up and down the field at will on the Vandals. Rebels quarterback Grant Tisdale ran for 107 yards and two touchdowns, and running back Scottie Phillips had an even better day with 195 yards and two touchdowns.



"We compounded the disparity by turning the ball over", said Idaho head coach Buddy Lee when asked about quarterback Mason Petrino's 3 interceptions. "They were playing our run and shutting us down so we had to try our hand at passing again, but it made things worse."


Idaho did manage to make it a ballgame by the third quarter when running back Dylan Thigpen found his groove and got the Vandals within 14. But their defense couldn't stop Ole Miss to keep it close.


"We're learning more and more each week', said Lee. 3-5 isn't a good look no matter how you slice it, but we're finding out what works and not giving up on the games."


Idaho (3-5) faces Wyoming (3-4) in Laramie next week.
Dynasty: OBinKC
11:39 AM - September 15, 2019. Written by OBinKC
Around the NCAA


#1 Clemson stuck it to the doubters as they dominated #3 Florida State, 35-7.


Florida Atlantic (6-0) climbs to #3 after beating North Texas 42-16.


Alabama lost again, this time to Arkansas 35-21.



Nebraska has climbed to #6 as they are undefeated at 7-0.
Dynasty: OBinKC
11:33 AM - September 15, 2019. Written by OBinKC

Lloyd Hightower returns his first of two interceptions for touchdowns on Saturday.


Vandals Hold On Again
Idaho beats Arkansas State in Overtime, 49-42
October 13, 2018 8:01pm


Jonesboro, AR -- These were two teams with losing records and it was as evenly matched as advertised.



Both Idaho and Arkansas State came out swinging, but it was the Red Wolf offense that was more aggressive. Each time Idaho scored, Arkansas State answered right back. And it was truly a battle of the running backs. Junior running back Dylan Thigpen had 230 yards for the Vandals and sophomore running back Marcel Murray had 173 for the Red Wolves. The lucky charm in the Vandals day was senior cornerback Lloyd Hightower who, after both times Idaho needed to punt the ball away, returned two interceptions for touchdowns.


"They played as tough as anyone we've faced", said Vandals head coach Buddy Lee. "If it weren't for Lloyd tonight, we definitely would've lost."


Hightower has three interceptions on the season and is leading Idaho in turnovers.


"We were in a Cover 2 and had the flats covered", said Hightower. "I love seeing them try to go to the flats when I'm there."


The Vandals were ahead by 7 at the end the fourth quarter, but Arkansas wasn't going to let that be the end of the game. Bonner drove the Wolves down the field with less than a minute left and he eventually ran it in for the TD. Idaho got the ball first in Overtime. Again, riding on the back of Thigpen, Idaho went to the ground every play until he scored. Arkansas State tried to throw it into the end zone on fourth down, but Hightower was there again to knock the ball down, securing the Vandals victory.


Idaho (3-4) plays Ole Miss next week. Another big challenge in a brutal schedule for the Vandals.
Dynasty: OBinKC
06:16 AM - September 15, 2019. Written by stevecpa5
INTRO

THE EAST CAROLINA PIRATES ARE READY TO START THE SEASON! LEADING UP TO THE SEASON, WE HELD A PRESS CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS ASPECTS OF THE UPCOMING SEASON, INCLUDING THE COACHES HIRED, SCHEDULE, PLAYERS RED SHIRTED AND SETUP OF THE DEPTH CHART, HIGHLIGHTS ARE BELOW:

COACHES
HC - COACH STEVE FALK III - MAKES SOMETHING OUT OF NOTHING
OC - ANDY "DREW" VITALE - LOVES TO METHODICALLY MOVE THE CHAINS
DC - BRAD CHASE - TENDS TO STRAY FROM GAME PLAN
DB COACH - MARCUS WOODARD
RB/TE COACH - BOB BARBER
WR COACH - CRAIG CHASE
OL COACH - DAN VITALE
DL/LB COACH - MATT HODAS
FB/TE COACH - RYAN BOESCH
SPECIAL TEAMS COACH - CASEY MCCLOSKEY
ROB VITALE - GRAD ASSISTANT
ADAM GLOEKLER - GRAD ASSISTANT

2013 SCHEDULE

WK 1 - OPEN
WK 2 VS. HAWAII
WK 3 VS. COLORADO
WK 4 @ SMU
WK 5 @ MARSHALL
WK 6 @ HOUSTON
WK 7 - OPEN
WK 8 VS. NAVY
WK 9 VS. MEMPHIS
WK 10 VS. TEMPLE
WK 11 @ CINCINNATI
WK 12 VS. USF
WK 13 @ UCF
WK 14 @ UCONN

RED-SHIRTS

PER REVIEW OF THE DEPTH CHART AND MUCH DELIBERATION BETWEEN THE COACHING STAFF, WE HAVE DECIDED TO ONLY RED-SHIRT ONE PLAYER ON THE 69 MAN ROSTER THIS YEAR - FRESHMAN KICKER PATRICK NATIONS OUT OF SENECA, SC. GIVEN THE FACT THAT WE HAVE A STRONG JUNIOR UNANIMOUS 1ST TEAM ALL CONFERENCE KICKER IN JAKE VERITY, IT WAS A NO-BRAINER.

DEPTH CHART
NO MAJOR SURPRISES IN THE DEPTH CHART FOR THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR, HOWEVER FULL ANALYSIS PROVIDED IN THE VIDEO BELOW:



NEXT WEEK WE DIVE INTO THE RECRUITING BOARD FOR 2013!
Dynasty: stevecpa5
Saturday, September 14, 2019
09:17 PM - September 14, 2019. Written by OBinKC
Around The NCAA


Here is the Top 25 at mid-season:


1. Clemson (34) 6-0
2. Virginia Tech (25) 7-0
3. Florida State (1) 5-0
4. Florida Atlantic (1) 5-0
5. Georgia 5-1
6. Ohio State 4-1
7. Alabama 4-2
8. Texas 6-0
9. Penn State 5-1
10. Oklahoma State 5-0
11. Michigan State 5-1
12. Nebraska 7-0
13. Notre Dame 4-2
14. Washington 3-2
15. Stanford 4-2
16. LSU 6-1
17. Houston 5-0
18. Oregon 5-1
19. USC 3-2
20. Michigan 2-3
21. Northwestern 5-1
22. Miami 2-3
23. Georgia Tech 4-1
24. Oklahoma 3-3
25. Maryland 4-2
Dynasty: OBinKC
09:08 PM - September 14, 2019. Written by OBinKC

Senior receiver Jante Boston finally finds the end zone to help Idaho get over the hump this season.


Finally!
Idaho snaps 3 game losing streak by edging Fresno State, 38-35
October 6, 2018 9:15pm


Moscow, ID -- The Vandals rode the back of Dylan Thigpen and had some role players step up and make some key plays to put Idaho over Fresno State 38-35 in the Kibbie Dome Saturday night.



"I'm just proud of our guys", said Vandals head coach Buddy Lee. "All week I told them to believe, and when times looked shaky, they didn't fold."


Idaho senior quarterback Mason Petrino was very efficient, going 10 for 15 with 104 yards and a touchdown in which he found senior wide receiver Jante Boston in the end zone when they needed it most. But it was their bell cow, running back Dylan Thigpen, who was the true cog in the offensive machine. He finished the day with 307 rushing yards and 3 touchdowns.



All wasn't perfect for Idaho, though. Their defense still let the Bulldogs march up and down the field at will. But a key stop in the second quarter gave Idaho the opportunity to get ahead in the shootout. They kicked a field goal before halftime and now it was a race to see who would score last. In the fourth quarter, Bulldogs quarterback Marcus McMaryion forced a pass into coverage and fourth string cornerback and junior Tevin Duke intercepted it. This gave the Vandals breathing room to run down the clock. They marched down the field thanks to Thigpen and went up by 10. Fresno State scored again, but time had run out. It was a nailbiter to the end.


Idaho (2-4) travels to Arkansas State (1-4) next.
Dynasty: OBinKC
06:31 PM - September 14, 2019. Written by OBinKC
Around The NCAA


In the top 5 just two weeks ago, Oklahoma has now lost two games in a row and are now ranked #19.


Virginia Tech has quietly climbed to #2 with a 35-19 win at North Carolina. They are now 6-0.


Georgia Tech has made it into the top 25 with a 34-28 overtime win over Miami.


Clemson remains unbeaten at 5-0. They play Boston College next week.
Dynasty: OBinKC
06:24 PM - September 14, 2019. Written by OBinKC

Ryquell Armstead scores one of his three touchdowns on the day.


Defenseless and Helpless
Idaho drops its third loss in a row, losing to Temple 42-31
September 29, 2018 10:20pm


Moscow, ID -- Vandals head coach Buddy Lee had no answers in the post-game press conference after Idaho lost to the Temple Owls 42-31 Saturday night.


"I..... I don't know what to tell you", Lee stammered after watching his defense give up 461 yards. "We've tried every way we can to stop an offense, but we're just not doing it."


Temple employed a running attack to start off the game. Idaho seemed ill-equipped to handle it, so the Owls kept at it. Running back Ryquell Armstead finished the day with 239 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Vandals had absolutely no answer for him.


Idaho had a decent offensive showing. Running back Dylan Thigpen had 173 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns. The only real mistake was on quarterback Mason Petrino, who tried to force a pass into the end zone but was picked off by Temple safety Delvon Randall.


Temple improves to 3-1, while Idaho drops to 1-4. The Vandals face Fresno state next week.
Dynasty: OBinKC
09:50 AM - September 14, 2019. Written by OBinKC
Temple (2-1) at Idaho (1-3)


These teams have only faced each other one time, in 2013, when the Vandals edged out a victory on the Owls 26-24. Both teams have new coaching staffs now and this looks to be a fresh matchup.



While the Owls are on the winning side of things so far, they have only faced one solid opponent in Notre Dame who beat them 44-9. And sophomore quarterback Anthony Russo is putting up less than stellar numbers. He had 5 touchdowns, but also has 5 interceptions. Senior wide receiver Ventell Bryant looks to be a legitimate threat, though, as he has already amassed 323 yards through three games. And the one thing Temple holds over Idaho's head in this matchup is their turnover differential rate, which is zero, while Idaho's is -12.


The Vandals are counting on a continuation of their improvement, especially in the ground game. Head coach Buddy Lee said in an interview this week that practices went well over the bye week and his guys are really looking forward to getting back on the field and showing Temple what they're capable of.


Dynasty: OBinKC
Friday, September 13, 2019
11:47 PM - September 13, 2019. Written by glenzariczny
Baltimore Ravens at Seattle Seahawks
Oct 20, 20191ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Baltimore Ravens (4-3)330713
Seattle Seahawks (5-2)7931433
Team Stats Comparison
BALSEA
Total Offense381284
Rushing Yards208104
Passing Yards173180
First Downs1417
Punt Return Yards326
Kick Return Yards078
Total Yards384388
Turnovers30
3rd Down Conversion2-13 (15%)10-17 (58%)
4th Down Conversion2-3 (66%)0-0 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1-2 (50%)5-5 (100%)
Penalties2-251-0
Posession Time25:5434:06
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGBALSEA
6:17(SEA) Chris Carson 3 Yd run (Jason Myers Kick)07
3:04(BAL) Justin Tucker 58 Yd FG37
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGBALSEA
14:20(SEA) Jason Myers 50 Yd FG310
4:04(BAL) Justin Tucker 18 Yd FG610
0:35(SEA) Will Dissly 10 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Extra Point Missed)616
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGBALSEA
3:32(SEA) Jason Myers 45 Yd FG619
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGBALSEA
11:32(SEA) Russell Wilson 5 Yd run (Jason Myers Kick)626
9:51(SEA) Chris Carson 8 Yd run (Jason Myers Kick)633
8:56(BAL) Lamar Jackson 67 Yd (Justin Tucker Kick)1333
Baltimore Ravens
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Lamar Jackson22/4017303
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Lamar Jackson411428.51
Mark Ingram II16865.30
Willie Snead IV166.00
Justice Hill122.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Seth Roberts59418.80
Marquise Brown4338.20
Willie Snead IV22512.50
Mark Andrews3155.00
Mark Ingram II860.70
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Anthony Levine Sr.101.000
Earl Thomas III100.000
Tony Jefferson II80.000
Marlon Humphrey80.000
Brandon Carr70.000
Matthew Judon71.000
Patrick Onwuasor60.000
Michael Pierce50.000
Pernell McPhee51.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Justin Tucker2/31/1758
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Sam Koch316755.61
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Chris Moore133.00
Seattle Seahawks
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Russell Wilson21/2621510
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Chris Carson26732.82
Rashaad Penny8212.60
Russell Wilson3103.31
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
David Moore78311.80
Tyler Lockett6569.30
D.K. Metcalf23517.50
Jaron Brown11515.00
Chris Carson2115.50
Will Dissly11010.01
Nick Vannett155.00
C.J. Prosise100.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Bobby Wagner120.000
Shaquill Griffin90.000
K.J. Wright70.000
Tedric Thompson50.010
Tre Flowers50.010
Ugo Amadi40.010
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Jason Myers2/23/4950
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Michael Dickson525150.25
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Rashaad Penny37826.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Tyler Lockett3268.60
Dynasty: glenzariczny
01:35 PM - September 13, 2019. Written by OBinKC
Around The NCAA

Ohio State was stunned by Nebraska Saturday when the Cornhuskers defeated them 20-17. The Buckeyes drop from #2 to #11 while the Huskers are now #25.

Alabama got its first win of the season by defeating Colorado State 45-10.

Notre Dame falls to #20 and Michigan State rises to #4 as Sparty handily beat the Irish 40-27.

Florida Atlantic is a surprising 4-0 after dismantling Middle Tennessee State 49-14. Lane Kiffin and Co. are now ranked #9.
Dynasty: OBinKC
05:51 AM - September 13, 2019. Written by millertime98
In the middle of a solid bounce back season, Miguel Cabrera was dealt to the Boston Red Sox today in exchange for two minor league prospects. Cabrera, 35, is hitting .259 with 11 home runs and (for some reason) is in the final year of his contract.
The move comes after 10 years with the Tigers where he made the World Series and won the Triple Crown award. He was the face of the franchise for years and one of the best deals made by former GM Dave Dombrowski when he poached Cabrera from the Marlins in 2008.

The Tigers acquired RHP Durbin Feltman 21-65-B has a 99 mph fastball that routinely reaches triple digits. The Tigers figures he'll be at the back end of the bullpen in the future.
LHSP ____ was also acquired. At AA he has a record of ____.

The Red Sox needed a RH bat who could play first base. Cabrera will likely DH as the Red Sox are in the middle of a playoff push and are hoping to boost their lineup as well as their clubhouse.

"We wanted to bring in a big bat but also a leader. Cabrera is both", said Dombrowski, now the Red Sox GM.
Dynasty: millertime98
Thursday, September 12, 2019
08:36 PM - September 12, 2019. Written by OBinKC

Several Vandals try to chase down Dezmon Patmon to no avail. Patmon scored and racked up 102 receiving yards Saturday.


One More For The Cougars
Wazzu adds another in a long-standing streak of victories over Idaho
September 22, 2018 8:35pm


Pullman, WA — The Battle For The Palouse wasn’t the blowout it usually is, but the Washington State Cougars took care of business again and defeated the Idaho Vandals 49-42. Idaho employed a nearly exclusive ground attack and tried to shorten the game. But Washington State was able to score quickly and negate any of that effort.


“We had some trouble stopping them, that’s for sure”, said Cougs head coach Mike Leach. “But we knew that we could score, we stuck to our game plan, and came out with the win.”


Cougar Gardner Minshew II was added to the ever growing list of quarterbacks that have put up gaudy numbers on Idaho, completing 29 of 36 passes for 367 yards and 3 touchdowns. His top receiver was Dezmon Patmon, who caught for 102 yards thanks to a 49 YAC touchdown.


“We had to convert this third down or risk Idaho getting the ball back and going up by two scores”, said Minshew. “I found Dezmon and he got a really good jump on the cornerback. Not only did we convert but we scored from it. That’s what kind of year it’s been for us so far.”


Despite falling to 1-3 on the season, Idaho looked night-and-day better than their blowout loss to Oklahoma the week prior and there are definitely signs of improvement. Besides winning the time of possession battle, the Vandals were ahead of the Cougars in total offensive yards, first downs, and 3rd down conversions. On top of that, running backs Dylan Thigpen and Roshaun Johnson along with quarterback Mason Petrino ran for a combined total of 442 yards. Petrino also cleaned up his passing efficiency, completing 8 of 9 with a touchdown and no interceptions.


Going toe-to-toe with Wazzu for most of the game, Idaho finally made some fatal mistakes that ultimately cost them. One was a fumble by wide receiver Jeff Cotton that led to a Washington State score in the third quarter which gave them their first lead. The other, a failed pitch to Thigpen in the fourth quarter that resulted in a turnover and subsequent Washington State touchdown, sealed the win for WSU. But there is a lot for Vandals head coach Buddy Lee and company to be proud of.


“No, it’s not a satisfying feeling”, said Lee in the post game presser when asked about the close game. “I stated earlier this week that we wouldn’t be embarrassed again. There was no question about that. We still need to win games for this to be any success at all.”


But Lee did offer some positive feedback on the state of the team.


“We have to remember that we are in probably the toughest portion of the schedule right now. We won’t always be up against powerhouses. Our guys are mastering the system more and more each day and it’s going to get better. We just have to keep working. We have a bye week next, and I think it’s the perfect time to put this loss behind us and spend some time honing our skills.”
Dynasty: OBinKC
06:14 PM - September 12, 2019. Written by glenzariczny
Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks
Oct 3, 20191ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Los Angeles Rams (2-3)31715742
Seattle Seahawks (3-2)07007
Team Stats Comparison
LARSEA
Total Offense452224
Rushing Yards166131
Passing Yards28693
First Downs2112
Punt Return Yards1915
Kick Return Yards0136
Total Yards471375
Turnovers03
3rd Down Conversion4-11 (36%)4-14 (28%)
4th Down Conversion0-0 (0%)0-2 (0%)
2-Point Conversion1-1 (100%)0-0 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals6-6 (100%)0-0 (0%)
Penalties3-252-11
Posession Time34:4925:11
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGLARSEA
3:21(LAR) Greg Zuerlein 18 Yd FG30
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGLARSEA
13:08(LAR) Todd Gurley II 3 Yd run (Greg Zuerlein Kick)100
11:09(SEA) C.J. Prosise 56 Yd run (Jason Myers Kick)107
6:53(LAR) Greg Zuerlein 32 Yd FG137
2:13(LAR) Todd Gurley II 4 Yd run (Greg Zuerlein Kick)207
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGLARSEA
10:49(LAR) Darrell Henderson Jr. 7 Yd run (2 Point Conversion Good)287
6:03(LAR) Todd Gurley II 57 Yd run (Greg Zuerlein Kick)357
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGLARSEA
10:42(LAR) Brandin Cooks 7 Yd pass from Jared Goff (Greg Zuerlein Kick)427
Los Angeles Rams
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Jared Goff27/3929710
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Todd Gurley II231375.93
Darrell Henderson Jr.3217.00
Cooper Kupp294.50
Gerald Everett100.00
Malcolm Brown4-1-0.20
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Brandin Cooks9707.71
Gerald Everett7537.50
Cooper Kupp24723.50
Robert Woods24221.00
Tyler Higbee23819.00
Darrell Henderson Jr. 3248.00
Todd Gurley II22311.50
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Aaron Donald114.500
Bryce Hager110.010
Nickell Robey-Coleman80.000
John Johnson III61.000
Dexter Fowler Jr.51.000
Clay Matthews40.500
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Greg Zuerlein2/24/41032
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Johnny Hekker529759.40
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Cooper Kupp2199.50
Seattle Seahawks
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Geno Smith13/2511601
Russell Wilson5/63700
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
C.J. Prosise27035.01
Chris Carson11242.10
Rashaad Penny6203.30
Russell Wilson3175.60
Geno Smith100.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
D.K. Metcalf66611.00
Tyler Lockett6518.50
Chris Carson3175.60
Will Dissly2136.50
David Moore166.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
K.J. Wright150.000
Tedric Thompson110.000
Ugo Amadi100.000
Mychal Kendricks100.000
Marquise Blair70.000
Tre Flowers60.000
Shaquill Griffin50.000
Rasheem Green21.000
Jarran Reed11.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Jason Myers0/01/11N/A
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Michael Dickson633455.63
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Rashaad Penny613622.60
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Tyler Lockett3155.00
Dynasty: glenzariczny

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