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Old 10-30-2010, 01:10 AM   #353
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Looks like a tough battle for #1 in the Big Ten.
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Battle for the Land Grant Trophy


Since Penn State joined the Big Ten Conference in 1993, the Nittany Lions and Spartans have played each other for the trophy in the last week of conference play. The trophy, designed by former Michigan State coach George Perls, features pictures of Penn State's Old Main and Michigan State's Beaumont Tower. Michigan State won the most recent meeting 31-27 on November 19, 2011, at Beaver Stadium. Currently, Michigan State leads the overall series 15141, though many of the games were played prior to Penn State joining the Big Ten and are thus not included in the trophy count.

Michigan State University and Penn State University are the nation's oldest land-grant universities, hence the name for the trophy. In 1955 on the 100th year anniversary of the founding of the land grant system, Michigan State and Penn State were commemorated on a U.S. postage stamp honoring the "First of the Land-Grant Colleges". These two universities were the first ever universities to be placed on a U.S. postage stamp.

They are also the most recent additions to the Big Ten. Fellow Big Ten members Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio State, Purdue and Wisconsin are also land-grant schools.


#14 6-3(5-2) vs #12 9-1(6-1)

Overall Rating: B+ ------ B
Offense Rating: B+ ------ B
Defense Rating: B+ ------ B

Points per Game: 23.4(#33) ---- 28.6(#13)
Total Offense: 3380(#89) ---- 3588(#79)
Rush Offense: 1209(#70) ---- 1759(#21)
Pass Offense: 2171(#45) ---- 1829(#78)
Total Defense: 2264(#7) ---- 2171(#5)
Rush Defense: 1147(#33) ---- 834(#5)
Pass Defense: 1117(#1) ---- 1337(#9)
Turnover Diff: 6(#21) ---- 3(#35)
Lee = PSU
Kirk = PSU
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Looks like a tough battle for #1 in the Big Ten.
Yea, it doesn't help the I lost to Purdue!!
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Idk what I'm gonna do now, both of my best offensive players are out....
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And I have no depth.
Yea, injuries suck. Last year in my Western Kentucky dynasty I lost two of my best defensive players and their backups were both sub-60 overall. Naturally, I couldn't stop anyone until they both came back for the bowl game.

Also, I lost a receiver for the last 9 games. He came back for the bowl but was injured for the game on like the third series.
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Nov 16, 2013 - PSU at MSU
TEAM1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#14 Penn State Nitany Lions (7-3)706821
#12 Michigan State Spartans (9-2)0126018
Team Stats Comparison
PSUMSU
306Total Offense244
138Rushing Yards34
168Passing Yards210
12First Downs12
6Punt Return Yards55
59Kick Return Yards139
371Total Yards438
1Turnovers0
3-11(27%)3rd Down Converstion4-15(26%)
2-2(100%)4th Down Conversion1-3(33%)
1-2(50%)2-Point Conversion0-1(0%)
1/0Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/1
5-43Penalties1-15
16:59Posession Time15:01
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGPSUMSU
0:42(PSU) TD: R. Newton, 48 Yd pass from P. Jones (R. Dobbs kick)70
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGPSUMSU
6:18(MSU) TD: K. Mumphery, 9 Yd pass from J. Boisture (C. Long kick)77
0:55(MSU) Safety: Team Safety79
0:00(MSU) FG: C. Long: 22 Yd FG712
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGPSUMSU
3:38(PSU) TD: S. Redd, 34 Yd run (2-Pt failed)1312
3:01(MSU) TD: I. Lewis, returned kickoff 92 Yds (C. Long kick)1318
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGPSUMSU
2:10(PSU) TD: G. Johnson, 1 Yd run (2-Pt)2118
Penn State Nitany Lions Boxscore
PASSINGRATINGC/ATTYDSTD/INTAVG
P. Jones132.411/201451/013.1
R.. Bolden0.00/1000.0
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDLONG
S. Redd251495.9134
A. Kenney3124.007
G. Johnson111.011
Z. Zwinak155.005
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDLONG
D. Howard34314.3033
S. Redd23316.5023
Z. Zwinak2115.508
G. Johnson144.004
S. Graham11212.0012
A. Kenney11717.0017
R. Newton14848.0148
DEFENSETACKSACKINTPDEFTD
B. Carter90010
K. Fortt91030
D. Thomas80010
C. Thompson50000
S. Agyapong40010
J. Lumpkin40000
Z. Riley50030
C. Cross20000
C. Olaniyan22000
F. Reyes11010
D. Royer10000
M. Wallace10000
M. Hull10000
KICKINGFGM/APCTLONGXPM/APTS
R. Dobbs0/00%01/11
PUNTINGPUNTSYDSAVGIN20TB
K. Houston726838.210
KICK RETURNINGRETYDSAVGLONGTD
S. Graham23919.5200
S. Agyapong12020.0200
PUNT RETURNINGRETYDSAVGLONGTD
S. Graham263.040
Michigan State Spartans Boxscore
PASSINGRATINGC/ATTYDSTD/INTAVG
J. Boisture107.521/392101/010.0
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDLONG
J. Nash11474.2015
N. Hill2105.0010
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDLONG
J. Nash4143.506
K. Mumphery45313.2133
L. Mansfield34314.3022
J. Langford3206.6012
C. Godfrey22613.0018
R. Wilson252.503
C. Taylor12121.0021
T. Evans133.003
DEFENSETACKSACKINTPDEFTD
S. Davis70010
T. Hammock70000
J. Gainer50000
T. Brown41000
I. Lewis50000
M. Hicks30020
A. White31000
C. Norman40000
C. Parker20000
W. Gholston21000
J. Fry30010
B. Treadwell10000
KICKINGFGM/APCTLONGXPM/APTS
C. Long1/250%231/14
PUNTINGPUNTSYDSAVGIN20TB
J. Mason623038.311
KICK RETURNINGRETYDSAVGLONGTD
I. Lewis312040.0921
K. Mumphery11919.0190
PUNT RETURNINGRETYDSAVGLONGTD
K. Mumphery7557.8110



K. Mumphery(#87) catches a 9 yard pass from J. Boisture, tying the game at 7 all early in the 2nd Quarter. Boisture's return was bitter sweet as he put up great numbers, but it doesn't matter when you lose.


I. Lewis(#22) returns a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown, giving the Spartans the lead back at 18-13. MSU's special teams had a great game, racking up 194 total yards.


W. Gholston(#2) sacks P. Jones(#17) early in the 4th, stopping Penn State's drive dead in it's tracks. Gholston has built a legacy at Michigan State and with this sack as added yet another record to his resume, most sacks in a season.
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Week 14 in the NCAA

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 18, 2013
RKTEAMRECORDPTSLAST WEEK
1Alabama(38)11-015021
2USC(22)11-013603
3Nebraska(1)11-012574
4Ohio State10-111805
5Auburn11-110582
6Florida10-110287
7West Virginia9-190911
8Michigan8-28896
9Penn State7-384914
10Wisconsin9-283013
11Texas8-382516
12Michigan State9-269212
13TCU10-268218
14Texas A&M9-364010
15LSU7-462819
16Oklahoma7-459720
17Notre Dame6-45448
18Virginia Tech8-35279
19Stanford7-4525---
20Georgia Tech9-347824
21Arizona State6-443825
22Navy7-3350---
23UCLA6-4309---
24Temple10-1301---
25Pitt7-4254---


Dropped Out
#15 Miami
#17 NC State
#21 Cal
#22 Oregon
#23 Troy

Others Receiving Votes
USf(238)
Cal(234)
Washington(171)
Fresno State(147)
UCF(138)
SMU(122)
Duke(75)
San Diego State(33)

2009 winner: Alabama 37 vs Texas 21
2010 winner: Ohio State 45 vs Washington 24
2011 winner: Alabama 31 vs Texas 14
2012 winner: Notre Dame 24 - Alabama 17

Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 18, 2013
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Derrick JohnsonQBUSC262/361, 3353 Yds, 36 TD, 6 Int
Waymon JamesHBTCU373 Car, 2171 Yds, 26 TD
A.J. McCarronQBAlabama227/333, 3031 Yds, 23 TD, 3 Int
Braylon HeardHBNebraska311 Car, 1356 Yds, 17 TD
Barry BrunettiQBWest Virginia154/288, 2098 Yds, 25 TD, 10 Int


2009 winner: Mark Ingram HB Bama
2010 winner: Jake Locker QB Wash
2011 winner: Malcolm Williams WR Texas
2012 winner: Tom Savage QB RU

Big Ten Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 18, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#4 Ohio State10-10.9007-128178W5
#8 Michigan8-20.8006-2255125L1
#9 Penn State7-30.7006-223291W5
#10 Wisconsin9-20.8106-2334184W1
#12 Michigan State9-20.8106-2304140L1
Minnesota4-60.4003-5155202W1
Iowa5-60.4503-5228197L2
Purdue5-70.4103-5210332L1
Illinois3-70.3002-6156264L5
Indiana3-90.2501-7195269W1
Northwestern1-100.0901-7152299W1


2009 winner: Ohio State
2010 winner: Ohio State
2011 winner: Michigan State
2012 winner: Michigan

Michigan State Spartans Recruiting - 2013
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Pat MitchellOLBHSDetroit, MI5'11''199lbs
Keith MorrowTEHSForest Hills, MI6'5''265lbs
Marques SimonSSHSSocorro, NM6'3''196lbs
Justin RosarioTEJUCO SoGrosse Ile, MI6'2''250lbs
Dominique PriceGJUCO JrGulf Hills, MS6'5''327lbs
Garth EvansMLBHSBristol, TN6'0''225lbs
Brian WhitmoreTHSDearborn Heights, MI6'5''303lbs
Blake MillsWRHSCicero, IL5'11''170lbs
Darrell BurnetteHBHSWooster, OH5'11''215lbs
Quinton HenryOLBHSHuber Heights, OH6'2''210lbs

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#11 8-3(5-3) vs #12 9-2(6-2)

Overall Rating: B+ ------ B
Offense Rating: A- ------ B
Defense Rating: B+ ------ B

Points per Game: 31.0(#5) ---- 27.6(#16)
Total Offense: 4430(#12) ---- 3832(#73)
Rush Offense: 1460(#59) ---- 1793(#28)
Pass Offense: 2970(#9) ---- 2039(#74)
Total Defense: 3786(#66) ---- 2477(#5)
Rush Defense: 1101(#14) ---- 972(#7)
Pass Defense: 2667(#109) ---- 1505(#9)
Turnover Diff: 3(#37) ---- 4(#32)
Lee = Texas
Kirk = Texas
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Yea, injuries suck. Last year in my Western Kentucky dynasty I lost two of my best defensive players and their backups were both sub-60 overall. Naturally, I couldn't stop anyone until they both came back for the bowl game.

Also, I lost a receiver for the last 9 games. He came back for the bowl but was injured for the game on like the third series.
That's rough... This is the first time I have had to fight against injuries. It has really change my recruiting, now I'm looking to add more depth to my team.
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