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Old 07-04-2005, 02:37 PM   #201
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NCAA- The Games Week 8: Volunteers (6-0)












Tennessee
33
Florida
17
Rob Maier, OT


Tater Gator, WR
Mister Sachmo, RB
T. E. Almighty, QB













The Vols managed only 46 yards rushing. Fortunately, the Gators had only 40. Florida threw 4 INTs and had 9 penalties to offset their 100+ yards of offense advantage.



















Maier's Stats:
0 KRBs
3 KBO
0 SkA
0 Stokes


Gator's Stats:
3 Receptions
69 Yards
1 TDs
2 Stokes


Sachmo's Stats:
Rush: 12 carries-19 yards- 0 TD
Rec: 0 catches- 0 yards- 0 TD
4 Stokes


Almighty's Stats:
Pass: 15 of 29 for 234 Yards, 3 TD, 0 Int
Rush: 12- 20- 0 TDs
4 Stokes












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Old 07-04-2005, 02:38 PM   #202
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NCAA- The Games Week 8: Wolverines (7-0)












Michigan
48
Iowa
30
Danny Wilson, DE


Tobias Beecher, DE











The Hawkeyes moved the ball up and down the field between the 20s. However, Michigan led 8 to 1 in red zone penetrations as Iowa could only score, it seemed, on very long runs- 23, 55, 65.



















Wilson's Stats:
2 Tackles
2 Assists
1 Sack
1 Stokes


Beecher's Stats:
3 Tackles
0 Assists
1.5 Sacks, 4 Hurry
4 Stokes












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Old 07-04-2005, 02:39 PM   #203
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NCAA- The Games Week 8: Trojans (6-1)












U.S.C.
24
Oregon
16
Kyle Kappe, WR


David Gonzalez, ILB













The Trojans built a 21-0 halftime lead, then held on as the Ducks made it interesting, despite gaining just 177 yards on the day.



















Kappe's Stats:
9 Receptions
103 Yards
1 TDs
0 Stokes


Gonzalez' Stats:
0 Tackles
1 Assists
0 INTs
0 Stokes












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Old 07-04-2005, 02:39 PM   #204
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NCAA- The Games Week 8: Bulldogs (6-0)












Georgia
47
Kentucky
20
Mike Ritschel, ILB













The Wildacts had 14 FDs and 28 yards rushing in the game.



















Ritschel's Stats:
3 Tackles
1 Assists
0 Defn
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Old 07-04-2005, 02:40 PM   #205
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NCAA- The Games Week 8: Yellow Jackets (5-1)












Ga. Tech
27
Fla. State
24
Brian Butts, QB













State had almost 200 yards more on offense than Tech and led in FDs 27-19. The Seminoles had a chance at the end with a 10 play drive of 80 yards, but the tying 35 yard FG on the last play of the game was wide left.



















Butts' Stats:
Pass: 12 of 24 for 169 Yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT
Rush: 3- 20- 0 TD
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Old 07-04-2005, 02:42 PM   #206
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NCAA- The Games Week 8: Seminoles (3-3)












Ga. Tech
27
Fla. State
24
James Jackson, DT













State had almost 200 yards more on offense than Tech and led in FDs 27-19. The Seminoles had a chance at the end with a 10 play drive of 80 yards, but the tying 35 yard FG on the last play of the game was wide left.



















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0 Tackles
0 Assists
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Old 07-04-2005, 02:42 PM   #207
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NCAA- The Games Week 8: Buffaloes (0-6)












Missouri
51
Colorado
28
David Williams, WR













Mizzou led 27-7 at the half in a total victory. The Tigers rolled up 30 FDs and 500+ yards.



















Williams' Stats:
3 Receptions
40 Yards
1 TDs
1 Stokes












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Old 07-04-2005, 02:43 PM   #208
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NCAA- The Games Week 8: Hurricanes (2-5)












Miami
28
N. Carolina
16
Kevin Heath, S













The Hurricanes won their second straight in a tight one. FDs were even at 21 apiece while the Tar Heels actually won the yardage duel, 360-339. However, Carolina lost the turnover battle with 3 and also had 11 penalties.



















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12 Tackles
2 Assists
2 Defn
1 Stokes












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Old 07-04-2005, 02:43 PM   #209
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Old 07-04-2005, 03:51 PM   #210
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NCAA- The Games Week 9:

Week 8 Scoreboard: 9-4 this week. Washington State is in control of their destiny
Underdog of the Week
(1-5)
Okla. State
0
@
58
Texas A&M
(5-2)
Game of the Week
(5-1)
UCLA
17
@
21
Wash. State
(6-0)
Other Top Matchups
(6-0)
Tennessee
33
@
17
Florida
(2-3)

(3-3)
Boston College
35
@
52
Pittsburgh
(6-0)
FOFCer of the Week
(5-0)
Virginia Tech
23
@
17
Clemson
(3-2)

(3-4)
Iowa
30
@
48
Michigan
(7-0)

(7-0)
Texas
49
@
7
Baylor
(3-4)

(6-1)
USC
24
@
16
Oregon
(4-3)

(6-0)
Georgia
47
@
20
Kentucky
(2-5)

(3-3)
Florida State
24
@
27
Georgia Tech
(5-1)

(3-3)
Missouri
51
@
28
Colorado
(0-6)

(2-5)
Miami
28
@
16
N. Carolina
(1-6)
Week 8 Notables:
  • Florida QB Dexter Horner had 60 pass attempts
  • Pitt QB Van Merloni threw 6 TD passes
  • Texas A&M RB Clarence Hammond ran for 4 TDs
  • Michigan WR Dominic Simmons had 12 receptions
  • Mississippi State OLB Lance Delgado had 18 tackles
Players of the Week:
  • Offense- Pittsburgh RB Lance Jefferson had 23 carries for 156 yards and 0 TDs
  • Defense- Louisiana-Monroe ILB Rico Bode had 13 Tackles, 2 Assists, 3.0 Sacks and 1 Defn
  • FOF PotW- T.E. Almighty, Tennessee QB, was 15 of 29 for 234 yards, 3 TDs and 0 INTs
  • FOF PotW- Brian Butts, Georgia Tech QB, was 12 of 24 for 169 yards, 4 TDs and 0 INTs
Week 9 matchups: should be an easy week for most FOFCers
Underdog of the Week

E. Carolina
(0-6)
@
#4
Louisville
(5-0)
-41
Other Top Matchups
#2
Nebraska
(7-0)
@
#23
Texas Tech
(5-1)
+3
FOFCer of the Week
#36
Wisconsin
(4-2)
@
#5
Penn State
(5-1)
-15

#3
Tennessee
(6-0)
@

Mississippi
(2-4)
+16


Kansas
(3-4)
@
#6
Texas
(7-0)
-29

#1
Michigan
(7-0)
@

Minnesota
(3-4)
+16

#8
Pittsburgh
(6-0)
@

U. Conn
(2-4)
+30

#20
California
(4-2)
@
#27
Washington
(5-2)
-10

#44
Clemson
(3-2)
@

Duke
(1-5)
+18

#19
Georgia Tech
(5-1)
@

N. Carolina
(1-6)
+23

#32
N.C. State
(4-3)
@
#40
Florida State
(3-3)
-4


Colorado
(0-6)
@

Okla. State
(1-5)
-4


Oregon State
(3-4)
@
#11
USC
(6-1)
-14

#10
Wash. State
(6-0)
@

Navy
(3-2)
+7

#39
Florida
(2-3)
@

Auburn
(1-5)
+14


North Texas
(2-4)
@

Miami
(2-5)
-9
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Old 07-04-2005, 03:54 PM   #211
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NCAA- The Injury Report: Week 8
Team

Total
OUT
Notable
California

7
4
Top 2 WRs out
Clemson

4
1
Top ILB out 7
Colorado

2
1
#2 DE out for season
Florida

7
6
3 WR out
Florida State

3
1
#1 RB out for season
Georgia

4
1
Top WR out for year
Georgia Tech

6
3
#1 ILB, #1 OLB out for season
Miami

6
3
Starting OLB, #1 WR out for year
Michigan

3
2
#2 WR, #2 CB out
Penn State

2
0

Pittsburgh

6
2
#2 OLB out for year
Tennessee

3
0

Texas

1
0

USC

4
1
#1 QB out for year
Washington State

7
3
#1 DE, #1 WR out for year
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Old 07-04-2005, 03:57 PM   #212
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Mid-Season Rankings- 2011
School

Record
Conf
Comp
Poll
Loss
Sched
Total
Rank
Tennessee

(6-0)
SEC
4.25
3.00
0.00
2.28
9.53
1
Georgia

(6-0)
SEC
2.25
5.50
0.00
2.24
9.99
2
Pittsburgh

(6-0)
BGE
1.75
7.50
0.00
1.52
10.77
3
Louisville

(5-0)
CUS
5.50
5.00
0.00
2.56
13.06
4
Penn State

(5-1)
B10
5.75
7.50
1.00
0.12
14.37
5
Michigan

(7-0)
B10
9.75
1.00
0.00
4.80
15.55
6
Nebraska

(7-0)
B12
10.00
2.00
0.00
4.84
16.84
7
Virginia Tech

(5-0)
ACC
2.75
15.00
0.00
1.12
18.87
8
Texas

(7-0)
B12
11.00
5.50
0.00
3.96
20.46
9
Washington State

(6-0)
P10
8.75
9.50
0.00
2.52
20.77
10
Georgia Tech

(5-1)
ACC
11.50
17.50
1.00
1.56
31.56
13
USC

(6-1)
P10
16.75
11.00
1.00
2.96
31.71
14
California

(4-2)
P10
37.25
19.00
2.00
3.80
62.05
28
Clemson

(3-2)
ACC
23.00
39.00
2.00
1.80
65.80
32
Florida

(2-3)
SEC
38.50
44.50
3.00
0.04
86.04
39
Florida State

(3-3)
ACC
39.25
42.50
3.00
2.64
87.39
40
Miami, Florida

(2-5)
ACC
82.25
70.00
5.00
1.60
158.85
80
AL- Anchorage

(1-5)
SCE
118.00
113.00
5.00
3.72
239.72
119
Colorado

(0-6)
B12
119.75
120.00
6.00
1.68
247.43
121
This is the overall rankings. In the Coach poll, Michigan is #1 followed by Nebraska, Tennessee, Louisville and Texas.
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Old 07-04-2005, 03:58 PM   #213
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Mid-Season Grade Report: 2011

Player
College
As
Bs
Cs
Ds
Low
Tucker
California
0
0
4
1
D+
Upstate
Clemson
0
2
1
2
D+
Williams
Colorado
0
2
2
1
D
Halford
Florida
2
3
0
0
B-
Jackson
Florida State
0
3
2
0
C
Ritschel
Georgia
0
2
3
0
C
Butts
Georgia Tech
0
0
3
2
D-
Heath
Miami
0
2
0
3
D-
Wilson
Michigan
0
4
0
1
D-
Beecher
Michigan
1
4
0
0
B-
Blank
Michigan
1
4
0
0
B-
Gale
Penn State
0
3
2
0
C
Clark
Penn State
0
1
2
2
D
Ewiak
Penn State
1
0
2
2
D
Gunner
Pittsburgh
0
1
4
0
C-
Adams
Pittsburgh
0
3
0
2
D-
Maier
Tennessee
0
3
2
0
C+
Gator
Tennessee
2
3
0
0
B-
Sachmo
Tennessee
1
2
2
0
C-
Almighty
Tennessee
0
3
1
1
D+
Mack
Texas
2
2
0
1
D
Kappe
USC
1
2
1
1
D
Gonzalez
USC
0
5
0
0
B-
Myers
Wash. State
0
4
1
0
C
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Old 07-04-2005, 04:07 PM   #214
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FOFC Stat Rankings of Note

  • Almighty is #1 in rating and #3 in TD passes
  • Myers is #10 in rating and #4 in total yards
  • Kappe is #3 in receptions and #1 in TD catches
  • Heath is #7 in tackles
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Old 07-04-2005, 04:09 PM   #215
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Pretty damn good considering the #1 QB is out for the year
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Old 07-04-2005, 04:19 PM   #216
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Conference Standings: Week 8
Big 12 -- North

Atlantic Coast Conference
1
Nebraska
4
0
+1.5

1
Virginia Tech
5
0
+1
6
Colorado
0
3
3.5

3
Georgia Tech
3
1
1.5






T4
Clemson
2
1
2
Big 12 -- South

T6
Florida State
2
2
2.5
T1
Texas
4
0
0

T6
Miami
2
2
2.5











Pac 10

Southeastern -- North
1
Washington State
4
0
+1

1
Georgia
4
0
+.5
T2
USC
3
1
1

2
Tennessee
3
0
0.5
T3
California
2
1
1.5

4
Florida
1
2
2.5











Big Ten

Big East
1
Michigan
4
0
+.5

1
Pittsburgh
3
0
+.5
2
Penn State
3
0
0.5






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Old 07-04-2005, 06:08 PM   #217
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Well, no fear of failing...didn't have any when I was being recruited, but still good news.
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Old 07-04-2005, 11:43 PM   #218
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Old 07-05-2005, 09:40 AM   #219
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Old 07-05-2005, 02:37 PM   #220
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Old 07-06-2005, 09:58 AM   #221
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Old 07-06-2005, 12:58 PM   #222
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Old 07-06-2005, 02:32 PM   #223
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"I feel you."
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Old 07-06-2005, 06:17 PM   #224
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Fuck you, fuck you. Kiss my ass.

Set up my new computer and... it doesn't work. That's right. Nothing!!

On the phone for 2 hours last night trying tech support fix-it crap. They are figuring out if they will send a tech or send a new computer.

Stupid twits.
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Old 07-08-2005, 01:21 PM   #226
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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Hurricanes (3-5)












Miami
38
N. Texas
7
Kevin Heath, S













Holywinning streak, Batman!! Miami won their 3rd in a row, albeit against weak competition. Still, three in a row is a milestone for the Hurricanes. North Texas threw 4 INTs and fumbled 3 times.



















Heath's Stats:
6 Tackles
2 Assists
2 INTs
1 FFum
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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Buffaloes (1-6)












Colorado
35
Okla. State
14
David Williams, WR













Buff WR David Williams won the PotG award with 8 receptions as Colorado ended their streak of futility, building a 28-0 lead and coasting home. The Cowboys helped out with 5 INTs.



















Williams' Stats:
8 Receptions
126 Yards
1 TDs
2 Stokes












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Old 07-08-2005, 01:23 PM   #228
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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Cougars (7-0)












Wash. St.
35
Navy
25
Cody Myers, QB













As noted before the game by QB Cody Myers, the Cougs have trouble with the Midshipmen every year. This year was more of the same as Washington State scored a clinching TD with just 2:18 left in the game, then held Navy on downs to win the game.



















Myers' Stats:
Pass: 22 of 38 for 302 Yards, 3 TDs, 1 INTs
Rush: 5- 7- 0 TDs
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Old 07-08-2005, 01:24 PM   #229
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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Volunteers (7-0)












Tennessee
51
Mississippi
14
Rob Maier, OT


Tater Gator, WR
Mister Sachmo, RB
T. E. Almighty, QB













Tennessee's freshman QB Almighty was named PotG as the Vols built a 34-0 halftime lead and held the Rebels to 10 FDs and 178 total yards on defense.



















Maier's Stats:
4 KRBs
10 KBO
0 SkA
0 Stokes


Gator's Stats:
5 Receptions
83 Yards
0 TDs
1 Stokes


Sachmo's Stats:
Rush: 17 carries-47 yards- 2 TD
Rec: 3 catches- 27 yards- 0 TD
7 Stokes


Almighty's Stats:
Pass: 20 of 33 for 291 Yards, 2 TD, 1 Int
Rush: 9- 16- 0 TDs
7 Stokes












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Old 07-08-2005, 01:26 PM   #230
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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Seminoles (3-4)












N.C. State
51
Fla. State
48
James Jackson, DT





3 overtimes





The game was back-and-forth all day, moving finally into overtime. Each team scored a TD in the first 2 OT sessions, with N.C. State scoring on 1st down 25 yard runs each try. In the 3rd OT, the Seminoles could muster only a FG after a short run and 2 incompletions. The Wolfpack then scored the winning points in 2 plays.



















Jackson's Stats:
1 Tackles
0 Assists
0 Hurry
0 Stokes












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Old 07-08-2005, 01:28 PM   #231
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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Nittany Lions (6-1)












Penn State
48

Wisconsin
10


Benton Gale, CB
James Clark, DT
Jesse Ewiak, RB











State held the Badgers to 9 FDs and 207 total yards while Wisconsin threw a pair of INTs for good measure.



















Ewiak's Stats:
Rush: 21 carries- 75 yards- 1 TD
Rec: 3 catches- 44 yards- 1 TD
11 Stokes


Gale's Stats:
2 Tackles
3 Assists
1 INT
1 Stokes


Clark's Stats:
2 Tackles
2 Assists
0.5 Sacks
2 Stokes












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Old 07-08-2005, 01:30 PM   #232
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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Longhorns (8-0)












Texas
31
Kansas
6
JeeberD Mack, OLB











Kansas was held to 11 FDs and 206 yards while fumbling the ball 3 times.



















Mack's Stats:
8 Tackles
1 Assists
0 Sacks
1 Stokes







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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Wolverines (8-0)












Michigan
48
Minnesota
17
Danny Wilson, DE


Tobias Beecher, DE











The Gophers were held to 14 FDs and 91 yards passing. Minnesota ook the opening kickoff 80 yards and ran back an INT 48 yards for a TD to give themselves hope, but UofM tore them a new one the remainder of the game.



















Wilson's Stats:
2 Tackles
2 Assists
1 Sack
0 Stokes


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2 Tackles
2 Assists
1 Sack
1 Stokes












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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Panthers (7-0)












Pittsburgh
41
U. Conn
14
Stan Gunner, ILB


Marc Adams, QB













Pitt scored 17 points in the 1st quarter and 17 more in the 4th while holding the Huskies to 40 yards rushing.



















Gunner's Stats:
5 Tackles
1 Assists
0 Defn
1 Stokes


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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Tigers (4-2)












Clemson
27
Duke
23
Jay Upstate, DT












Duke had 12 FDs and 67 yards rushing with 2 fumbles while the Tigers overcame 15 penalties and 3 interceptions.



















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0 Sacks
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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Yellow Jackets (6-1)












Ga. Tech
41
N. Carolina
9
Brian Butts, QB













The Jackets built a 24-0 lead at the half and the Tarheels scored their lone TD on the last play of the game.



















Butts' Stats:
Pass: 12 of 24 for 169 Yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT
Rush: 3- 20- 0 TD
4 Stokes












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NCAA- The Games Week 9: Trojans (7-1)













U.S.C.
62
Oregon St.
21
Kyle Kappe, WR


David Gonzalez, ILB













The Beavers had 14 penalties and 2 turnovers to offset the fact they ran-up 337 yards on the Trojan defense.



















Kappe's Stats:
9 Receptions
201 Yards
1 TDs
4 Stokes


Gonzalez' Stats:
6 Tackles
4 Assists
0 INTs
0 Stokes












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Old 07-08-2005, 01:48 PM   #238
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NCAA- The Games Week 10:

Week 9 Scoreboard: excellent week at 12-2 with Colorado getting a W
Underdog of the Week
(0-7)
E. Carolina
0
@
41
Louisville
(6-0)
Other Top Matchups
(7-1)
Nebraska
28
@
34
Texas Tech
(6-1)
FOFCer of the Week
(4-3)
Wisconsin
10
@
48
Penn State
(6-1)

(7-0)
Tennessee
51
@
14
Mississippi
(2-5)

(3-5)
Kansas
6
@
31
Texas
(8-0)

(8-0)
Michigan
48
@
17
Minnesota
(3-5)

(7-0)
Pittsburgh
41
@
14
U. Conn
(2-5)

(4-3)
California
10
@
44
Washington
(6-2)

(4-2)
Clemson
27
@
23
Duke
(1-6)

(6-1)
Georgia Tech
41
@
9
N. Carolina
(1-7)

(5-3)
N.C. State
51
@
48
Florida State
(3-4)

(1-6)
Colorado
35
@
14
Okla. State
(1-6)

(3-5)
Oregon State
21
@
62
USC
(7-1)

(7-0)
Wash. State
35
@
25
Navy
(3-3)

(3-3)
Florida
63
@
7
Auburn
(1-6)

(2-5)
North Texas
7
@
38
Miami
(3-5)
Week 9 Notables:
  • Rice scored 64 vs. San Jose State
  • Toledo QB Alfred Poston had 37 completions
  • Texas RB Blake Sink ran the ball 44 times
  • Pitt G Lee Dixon had 10 KRBs
Players of the Week:
  • Offense- Toledo QB Alfred Poston was 37 of 49 for 412 yards, 5 TDs and 1 INT
  • Defense- San Diego State OLB Bubba Allen had 16 Tackles, 3 Assists and 2.0 Sacks
  • FOF PotW- Cody Myers, Washington State QB, was 22 of 38 for 302 yards, 3 TDs and 1 INTs
  • FOF PotW- David Williams, Colorado WR, had 8 receptions for 126 yards and 1 TD
  • FOF PotW- Kyle Kappe, USC WR, had 9 receptions for 201 yards and 1 TD
  • FOF PotW- T.E. Almighty, Tennessee QB, was 20 of 33 for 291 yards, 2 TDs and 1 INTs
  • FOF PotW- Brian Butts, Georgia Tech QB, was 14 of 19 for 172 yards, 0 TDs and 0 INTs
  • FOF PotW- Kevin Heath, Miami S, had 6 Tackles, 2 Assists and 2 INTs
  • FOF PotW- Jesse Ewiak, Penn State RB, had 21 carries for 75 yards and 1 TD
  • FOF PotW- Mister Sachmo, Tennessee RB, had 17 carries for 47 yards and 2 TD
Week 10 matchups: Michigan and Pitt have biggies while Miami can help them out
Underdog of the Week
#11
USC
(7-1)
@

Arizona
(0-7)
+30
Game of the Week
#1
Michigan
(8-0)
@
#23
Michigan St.
(6-1)
-4
Other Top Matchups
#25
Syracuse
(5-2)
@
#7
Pittsburgh
(7-0)
-14
FOFCer of the Week
#36
Clemson
(4-2)
@
#16
Virginia
(6-1)
-4

#18
Georgia Tech
(6-1)
@
#32
Maryland
(4-3)
+14


Miami
(3-5)
@
#15
Va. Tech
(6-0)
-19

#10
Wash. State
(7-0)
@

Arizona St.
(4-3)
+11


S. Carolina
(3-3)
@
#6
Georgia
(6-0)
-24


N. Carolina
(1-7)
@
#49
Florida State
(3-4)
-19

#4
Penn State
(6-1)
@

Ohio State
(2-4)
+11


Colorado
(1-6)
@

Kansas
(3-5)
-3

#5
Texas
(8-0)
@

Oklahoma St.
(1-6)
+29

#29
California
(4-3)
@
#50
Oregon
(4-4)
-1

#33
Florida
(3-3)
@

Kentucky
(3-5)
+11

#2
Tennessee
(7-0)
@

Vanderbilt
(2-6)
+19
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NCAA- The Injury Report: Week 9
Team

Total
OUT
Notable
California

7
4
#1 DE out for year
Clemson

2
1
Top ILB out 6
Colorado

2
1
#2 DE out for season
Florida

9
6
4 WR out
Florida State

2
1
#1 RB out for season
Georgia

4
1
Top WR out for year
Georgia Tech

6
3
#1 ILB, #1 OLB out for season
Miami

7
3
Starting OLB, #1 WR out for year
Michigan

2
2
#2 WR, #2 CB out
Penn State

2
0

Pittsburgh

6
1
#2 OLB out for year
Tennessee

3
0

Texas

2
1
#1 C out for year
USC

4
2
#1 QB out for year
Washington State

7
4
#1 DE, #1 WR out for year
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Old 07-10-2005, 01:28 AM   #243
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NCAA- The Games Week 10: Hurricanes (3-6)












Va. Tech
44
Miami
14
Kevin Heath, S













It was sweet while it lasted. Miami was held to 12 FDs and 213 yards.



















Heath's Stats:
18 Tackles
2 Assists
2 Defn
0 FFum
5 Stokes












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NCAA- The Games Week 10: Longhorns (9-0)












Texas
35
Okla. State
3
JeeberD Mack, OLB











The Cowboys had 12 FDs and 209 total yards.



















Mack's Stats:
4 Tackles
0 Assists
1.0 Sacks
1 Stokes







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NCAA- The Games Week 10: Volunteers (8-0)












Tennessee
45
Vanderbilt
13
Rob Maier, OT


Tater Gator, WR
Mister Sachmo, RB
T. E. Almighty, QB













The Commodores totaled 13 FDs and had 4 turnovers.



















Maier's Stats:
2 KRBs
5 KBO
1 SkA
0 Stokes


Gator's Stats:
4 Receptions
55 Yards
0 TDs
0 Stokes


Sachmo's Stats:
Rush: 11 carries-36 yards- 1 TD
Rec: 8 catches- 58 yards- 1 TD
7 Stokes


Almighty's Stats:
Pass: 26 of 39 for 326 Yards, 3 TD, 1 Int
Rush: 12- 7- 0 TDs
5 Stokes












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Old 07-10-2005, 01:31 AM   #246
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NCAA- The Games Week 10: Panthers (8-0)












Pittsburgh
29
Syracuse
24
Stan Gunner, ILB


Marc Adams, QB













The Orangemen managed 320 total yards and committed just one turnover. However, Syracuse could not stop Pitt, which racked up 543 yards and punted twice all game.



















Gunner's Stats:
12 Tackles
3 Assists
1.0 Sacks
0 INTs
2 Defn
1 Hurry
3 Stokes


Adams' Stats:
DNP














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NCAA- The Games Week 10: Wolverines (9-0)












Michigan
35
Mich. State
18
Danny Wilson, DE


Tobias Beecher, DE











State cut the Michigan lead to 21-18 with 15 fourth quarter points, but the Wolverines scored 14 in the final quarter with the gift of 3 Spartan INTs.



















Wilson's Stats:
4 Tackles
4 Assists
0.5 Sack
1 Hurry
1 FFum
0 Block
3 Stokes


Beecher's Stats:
1 Tackles
1 Assists
0.5 Sack
0 Hurry
0 FFum
0 Block
1 Stokes












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NCAA- The Games Week 10: Tigers (5-2)













Clemson
31
Virginia
24
Jay Upstate, DT












The Tigers lost the FD battle and lost the total yardage battle, but they had fewer turnovers…meaning they won the battle that counts- the scoreboard.



















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5 Tackles
1 Assists
0 Sacks
0 Stokes












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NCAA- The Games Week 10: Yellow Jackets (7-1)












Ga. Tech
38
Maryland
25
Brian Butts, QB













Maryland had 4 turnovers in the game and Tech scored 10 points in the final 2:10 of the game to seal the win.



















Butts' Stats:
Pass: 14 of 20 for 153 Yards, 2 TDs, 0 INT
Rush: 6- (-16)- 0 TD
3 Stokes












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NCAA- The Games Week 10: Cougars (8-0)












Wash. St.
41
Ariz. State
31
Cody Myers, QB













The Sun Devils had 9 FDs and 15 penalties to mess-up their game plan. The game saw 10 total turnovers- 6 by Arizona State- and each team returned 2 INTs for touchdowns.



















Myers' Stats:
Pass: 27 of 55 for 336 Yards, 1 TDs, 3 INTs
Rush: 7- (-18)- 0 TDs
6 Stokes












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