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Old 11-02-2010, 12:28 PM   #209
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WEEK 8 RECAP

Week 8 offered plenty of bigtime matchups and saw plenty of upsets.

#3 Nebraska fell to #7 Penn State 28-6 after losing Heisman Canidate QB T. Martinez for the season. With the win the PSU moves up to #5 well the Huskers drop to #7.

The Huskers were not the only Big Ten team to fall this week as #4 Ohio State loses 20-16 to Minnesota. The Buckeyes drop to #16 after the loss

Notre Dame squeeks by Illinios 24-21 but remains unranked.

#2 Alabama got by #17 Tennessee 27-17 in a SEC battle, but were unable to move up to the #1 ranking, as #1 Michigan pounded instate rival Michigan State 24-6.

#25 Auburn continues their strong season with a 48-10 win over LSU, well Florida picks up just their 2nd SEC win of the season (2-3) with a 38-9 win over Georgia

#14 South Carolina pulls out the 4th Q win 24-20 over #18 Arkansas. SCAR moves up to #11 well the Razerbacks fall to #24

#8 Texas beats instate rival Texas Tech 42-12 and moves up 2 spots to #6, well #6 TCU falls Oklahoma 45-27. With the loss, the Hornfrogs drop to #14 well the Sooners rejoin the Top-25 at #20

#11 Florida State moves up 2 spots to #9 after destroying Duke 51-7 (Guess Duke should stick to basketball)

#5 Virginia Tech moves up to #3 after a 35-33 thriller over #21 Clemson

In Pac-10 news it was a team that didn't play this week making the most noise. Undefeated Washington (7-0) moves up from #9 to #4 setting up what hopes to be a very exciting Apple Cup.

Also Utah defeats Cal 17-16, Stanford defeats Colorado 24-13 and #13 USC defeats Oregon 35-12, as the Ducks continue their roller coaster season. With the win the Trojans move up to #11 in the Coaches poll.

Here is a list of some other noteable games
Fresno State-52 San Diego State-6
Western Kentucky-37 UL Layfatte-34
Boise State-41 UNLV-14
North Texas-24 Arizona-18



With the completion of Week 8, we get a chance to look at the current Top-10 schools in the BSC Rankings. It is very similar to the Coaches and Top-25 poll, with a few exceptions most noteable, USC is in at #8.
#1 Michigan (6-0)
#2 Alabama (7-0)
#3 Virginia Tech (7-0)
#4 Penn State (6-1)
#5 Washington (7-0)
#6 Texas (8-0)
#7 Nebraska (6-1)
#8 USC (4-1)
#9 Wisconsin (4-1)
#10 Florida State (6-1)



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Old 11-02-2010, 01:20 PM   #210
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WEEK 9



(3-3) VS #15 (5-2)



GAME PREVIEW

Coming off the disappoint loss to UCLA, Coach Dodge knew this was a must win not only for his team's morale but also for the fans and the incoming visit of 8 more recruits.

With their 28-21 loss to WSU last year fresh on their minds, Stanford is looking to get payback.

Noteable stats
PPG WSU-32.6 vs Stanford-27.0
WSU Rushing-435 yds Ranked #111, Stanford Rush Defense 586 yds Ranked #18
Tunover Ratio WSU-18 Ranked #118, Stanford +3 Ranked #38


GAME RECAP

With A. Luck gone to the NFL, Josh Nunes takes over at QB and gets the Cardinals on the scoreboard early with a 7 yd TD pass, however Tuell and Barton continued their hot connection as they hook up for another TD (9 yds) to make it 7-7

The Cougar "D" would hold the Cardinals to a FG, but then on the 1st possission, QB J. Tuell would get hit hard and be forced from the game. RS SO C. Halliday would come in to replace him, and continue to get I. Barton the ball including a 4yd TD pass to make it 14-10 at the half.

With Tuell still sitting out the 3rd Quarter, WSU would try and work their ground game as R. Mayfield scores on a 12 yd run. Stanford answers back with 10 points as well, as S. Taylor scores (12 yds) out and they hit a 34 yd FG to make it 28-20

Stanford would score another unanswered TD as S. Taylor continues to exploit the WSU run "D" running over defenders 42 yds for the score. The Cardinals would go for 2pt to try and tie the game, but L. Bland hits Nunes in the backfield before he can get off the pass (28-26) with 4 minutes to play. Jeff Tuell would renter the game looking to give his team a spark, but instead the drive would stall and WSU was forced to kick a 46 yd FG (31-26) Stanford again would stick to the ground and with 2:31 to play T. Gaffney would run in from 2yd out to give Stanford the lead. this time the 2pt was good putting the Cardinals up by a FG (34-31) Tuell still trying to shake off the cobwebs of sitting most of the game, throws a INT, but the Cougar "D" steps up forcing a punt with 1:13 to play. With I. Barton drawing triple coverage, J. Tuell finds SR G. Simone wide open down the sideline for a 87 bomb to put the Cougs up 38-34 with 54 seconds to play. Needing to score a TD, Stanford would go to the air and exploit the pass prevent D with short slants over the middle working the ball down field getting the ball to the 6 yd line with 1 timeout to play. The Cardinals would hand off to S. Taylor who was stopped after a 2 yd gain. The timeout was called. Again Stanford lined up in what looked like a run formation as they looked for play action. L. Bland however was ready and got past the lineman to make the sack, preventing the score as WSU pulls out the win getting their 2nd victory over a Top-25 opponent. (This game is now my #2 All-time greatest with a score of 1681. I thought I had some better games with BSU, but that's what it says)

FINAL SCORE WSU-38 STANFORD-34

KEY PLAYERS

QB J. Tuell-19/33 416 yds 2 TD 1 INT
QB C. Halliday- 3/5 34 yds 1 TD 1 INT
RB R. Mayfield-13 carries 72 yds (5.5 Avg) 2 TD
WR I. Barton-11 rec 153 yds 2 TD
WR G. Simone-1 rec 87 yd 1 TD (Game winner)
OLB L. Bland-12 Tackles, (10 solo) 3 TFL, 2 sacks

QB J. Nunes-17/28 193 yds 1 TD
RB S. Taylor-31 carries 198 yds (6.3 Avg) 2 TD
O-Line 22 Pancakes but also gave up 5 sacks
3 for 4 on 4th down including a 4th Down



POST GAME COMMENTS BY COACH DODGE

"I am very proud of how the team rallied and game together for the win. Jeff was battling through some back spasms, and Gino made a huge play there at the end. I was happy to see some other guy's step up on take some pressure off of Barton (TE S. Stormo 3 rec 51 yds, and RS FR AJ Brooks recorded his 1st catch as a Coug with a 63 yd catch and run). I can't say enough of L. Bland. He stepped up and made 2 huge plays when we need them, and the D-line came up with 3 more sacks as well, but Overall, our Run "D" is pitaful and we need to stop giving up 4th Down Conversions. Also this was the 2nd time we got burnt on a fake punt play, so we are going to need to do a better job on Special Teams as well. After the game I talked with several of the recruiting prospects and the excitement is really building here in Pullman. I think we have a chance to have a very good incoming class"

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WR I. Barton-13 rec 437 yds (New school recored) 5 TD's (tied school record)
Please tell me that's a NCAA record
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Please tell me that's a NCAA record

yeah forgot to post that. 437 is a NCAA record. Barton also won Pac-10 POW and NCAA POW honors with his performance.
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(Okay so I post Week 9 and Week 10 results only to load my season and realize that win my OSU game frooze a last night, I had never saved after my Stanford win. So I had to resim the rest of Week 9 and resim Week 10 as well. So I went back and deleted my post)

Rather then repost the big long list of game results I am only going to post key games.

Week 9

Ohio State-31 Notre Dame-26
Michigan-40 Indiana-14
Wisconsin-17 Nebraska-14 OT!!
Washington-41 UCLA-10
USC-39 Colorado-17
Florida-28 Auburn-20
Alabama-33 Miss St-6
Penn State-31 Purdue-10
Tennessee-35 South Carolina-28
Iowa-42 Texas-35


WEEK 10

BYU-33 Colorado St-20
"BYU is now 8-0 and ranked #20"

Arkansas-24 Tennessee-17
"Battle of Top-25 SEC teams"

South Carolina-14 Kentucky-13
"After losing to the Vols last week this would've been a huge loss"

Penn State-31 Virginia-10
"Ranked #4, the Nitty Lions are 8-1"

NC State-41 FSU-34
"A huge for the Seminoles as NC State looks to win ACC"

Ohio State-19 Nebraksa-16 OT
"Huskers can't seem to score without Martinez"

Michigan-62 Minnesota-14
"D. Robinson-21/26 299 yds 2 TD 1 INT"

Stanford-22 Oregon State-21
"Back to back loses would be a huge disappointment"

Alabama-52 Vandy-3
"McCarron 5 TD's 296 yds in th air"

Florida-29 Ole Miss-10
"Gator are back into the To[-25 at #19"

Washington-42 Cal-24
"Huskies stay undefeated move to #3"

USC-10 Utah-7
"Trojans are making some noise in the Top-10 as well"

Texas-45 TCU-25
"Longhorns rebound from disappointing loss"

Miami FL-24 Virginia Tech-19
"Hokies drop 2nd straight game, Fall from Top-10"

Wisconsin-34 Purdue-13
"Badgers stay in National Title talk at #5, but have tough road ahead"




(This is actually the BCS Top-25)

#1 Michigan 8-0
#2 Alabama 9-0
#3 Washington 9-0
#4 Penn State 8-1
#5 Wisconsin 6-1
#6 USC 6-1
#7 Missouri 8-1
#8 Texas 9-1
#9 Ohio State 6-1
#10 Virginia Tech 8-1
#11 USF 7-1
#12 Florida State 7-2
#13 TCU 7-2
#14 South Carolina 8-2
#15 Oklahoma 8-1
#16 Arkansas 5-3
#17 Nebraska 6-3
#18 West Virginia 8-1
#19 Miami FL 8-2
#20 BYU 8-0
#21 Florida 7-3
#22 Georgia Tech 6-2
#23 Stanford 6-3
#24 Tennessee 5-3
#25 NC State 6-2



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TEAM REPORT


TUELL TO START AT QB
SR Jeff Tuell will start against Oregon State after missing the 2nd and 3rd Quarter of Stanford's win with back spasms.

Tuell is 84/148 for 1481 yds 12 TD and just 3 INT, well avg 370 yds a game.

FR James Roland will continue to play a few snaps a game out of the pistol formation. Roland is 5/9 for 62 yds and has thrown 2 INT's

RUNNING BACK BY COMMITTEE??
With starting RB C. Winston on the sidelines for the season, and transfer D. Williams sitting out a year, the Cougars have struggle to establish a running attack.

FR R. Mayfield has taken the bulk of the carries rushing 68 times for 196 yds (2.8 Avg) and 4 TD's, well FR P. Smith has 24 carries for 25 yds (1.0 avg )

Coach Dodge is going to look at getting FB J. Byers and converted TE A. Dunn in on the action as well as using his QB's feet as well.

BARTON LOOKS AT BREAKING MORE RECORDS
After establishing a NCAA record and school record with 437 yds against UCLA as well as tying his school record for TD's in a game with 5, SR Isiah Barton now has 72 Rec for 1265 yds and 11 TD's on the year and 139 rec 2461 yds 21 TD's in his career.

With 5 games left he has the potential to break the School Career records for TD's (32) TD's in a Season (13) Recieving yards in a Career (2704), Recieving yards in a Season (1454 set by J. Kartsetter last year), and Receptions in a Season (92 by J. Kartsetter last year).

Besides the TD's in a game, Barton already has the Receptions in a game record (16). If he can continue to post double digit's in receptions he might be able to break the career record of (195) set back in 2004-2007 by Michael Bumpus.

DEFENSE MUST CREATE TURNOVERS

The Cougar "D" has played great at times, but have still yet to create the type of turnovers that Coach Dodge is looking for. With only 1 INT on the year, 5 fumbles and 10 sacks, the Cougars rank among the worst in the nation.



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Michigan-62 Minnesota-14
"D. Robinson-21/26 299 yds 2 TD 1 INT"


can you tell me what his rushing stats are? I noticed he rarely ever ran it. Like last season in my dynasty I saw in a game he was 14 carries for like 26 yards. But this season (after I edited Michigan's team sliders) i saw in a game he had like the same amount of carries for around 200 yards rushing.
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