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Old 12-04-2011, 03:52 AM   #377
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THE CAMPUS GAZETTE
UAB UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPER

Saturday, September 27th 2014


BLAZERS DOMINATE OLE MISS!

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BIRMINGHAM, ALA - Adam Dyks passed for 333 yards and four touchdowns, but it was the defense who grabbed three of their own as the UAB Blazers continue to dominate beating the No.24 Mississippi Rebels 70-3.
"Its still early in the season, but right now we feel we're the best team in the country, watch the film and decide, you'll leave asking yourself how come this team isn't ranked." A irritated defensive end Tom Cox said after the game.
The Blazers played with that type of attidude as they completely destroyed the previously unbeaten Rebels.
Receivers Matt Ford (4 for 123) Travis Jackson (3 for 105) and Dan Sims (3 for 104) all went over 100 yards during a showcase of offensive brilliance by the Blazers (4-0, 2-0),scoring 35 second quarter points on their way to a 32-point halftime lead before posting its largest victory at Legion Field in school history.
UAB has scored 70 for the second time this season and third time since head coach Travis Rhatigan became head coach four seasons ago.
"Its a fine line in playing good football and running up the score." Rhatigan said. "I feel we're just playing good football, they have to try and stop us. I cant tell my guys to take a knee midway throught the third quarter."

Ole Miss (3-1, 0-1), who just did not have a answer for both UAB's high powered offensive attack and their swarming defense was forced into five turnovers, three of which were returned for score's.
Marcus McGee passed for 188 yards for Ole Miss but was sacked five times and threw three interceptions.
Earlier this week, Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt said he felt the Rebels had "closed the gap more" with the usual SEC powers but did not include UAB in that conversation.
"Oh yea, we got wind of what he said, basically Bama, Auburn, LSU and Georgia were the teams they were chasing. We used that as extra motivation." Soft spoken quarterback Adam Dyks stated.

With the Blazer fan base repeatedly chanting "Over-rated" every time Ole Miss walked off the field, UAB's Dyks was brilliant coming on to the field. He went 11 for 15 and is on pace to shattering UAB's single season touchdown pass record throwing four more touchdowns, his first hitting Vince Jackson from 30 yards out he would go on to throw two more to Travis Jackson and his fouth fell in the hands of RS- Freshmen Dan Sims as he out ran the Rebel defense for a 54 yard score.
"We were just in a zone. We all wanted a piece of them." Travis Jackson said after grabbing scores from 80 and 16 yards. "When we're this hot, its tough to stop us."
--
(RECEIVERS V. JACKSON AND D. SIMS BOTH GRABBED SECOND QUATER TOUCHDOWNS SATURDAY)

Running back Cody Gore added scoring runs of 36 and a one yard plunge to cap off UAB's offensive day in the fourth quarter, in his second start Gore went over 100 yards again rushing 10 times for 102 yards
With all that offense, it was hard to over look a impressive performance by the UAB Blazer defense who continue to prove they are one of the best units in the land. After Ole Miss drove the ball 7 plays for 68 yards and notched a field goal to go up 3-0. UAB put the clamps down.
"That was too easy." Middle Linebacker Timi McCollum said. "They went right down the field on us, I gathered our unit told them it was unacceptable and we came out swinging after that."
Down 3-0 to start the second quarter Timi McCollum would force Ole Miss running back Luke Herron to fumble the ball, defensive end Tom Cox was there for the scoop and the score igniting the Blazer defense and the crowd. The ensuing drive saw corner Harvey Nelson grabbing his second interception of the season. The Blazers would go on to score to go up 14-3. The very next drive the crowd of over 60,000 saw the Blazers force their third straight turnover when Timi McCollum stripped quarterback Marcus Mcgee his second forced fumble of the game, fellow backer Cortez Means would scoop the ball and score putting UAB up 21-3 in a matter of minutes.
" I dont think we could here our selves celebrating." Said Means after his defensive touchdown. "The energy in their was amazing."
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(DEFENSIVE END TOM COX AND LB CORTEZ MEANS BOTH RETURNED FUMBLES FOR SCORES AGAINST OLE MISS)

The defense wasn't done. Tom Cox would grab four sacks on the day and cornerback Adam Love would get a interception in the third quarter setting up another Blazer score. With the game already out of reach strong safety Dominique Rhodes put the finishing touches on the win when he returned a fourth quarter interception 27 yards for the score.

The Blazers held Ole Miss to 5 of 12 on third downs and held a total yards advantage of 496 to 269. Ole Miss ran the ball 38 times but could only get 81 net yards.
Next up for the Blazers is a home game one of their newest and most hated rivals, Auburn.

BOX SCORE:
OLE MISS 3 - UAB 70

(SS DOMINIQUE RHODES PICK SIX CAPPED OFF A DOMINATING DAY FOR THE UAB DEFENSE)
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1234F
UAB (4-0, 2-0)
035
21
14
70
OLE Miss (3-1, 0-1)
3
0
0
03


Quick StatsUAB
ARK
Total Yards496
269
Passing Yards415
188
Rushing Yards81
81
First Downs10
11
Turnovers2
5
Penalties - Yards3-35
8-82
3rd Down Conversions2-3
5-12
4th Down Conversions0-0
0-1
Sacks5
2
Time of Possession8:15
15:45


Statistical Leaders - UAB
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
A. Dyks
11-15
333
4/280
L. Willis
2-4
82
1/0
44
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
C. Gore
10
1022
36
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
M. Ford
4
123
0
38
T. Jackson
3
105
2
80
D. Sims
3
104
2
54
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
T.McCollum1004
2 FF
C. Holycross
10
0
2
0
H. Nelson
6
4
4
1

Statistical Leaders - OLE MISS
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
M. McGee
9-17
188
0/349
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
K. Reed
14
28
0
8
L. Herron
12
51
0
24
M. McGee
11
0
0
14
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
S. Miller
4
61
0
69
W. Morton
2
89
0
49
K. Reed
228
017
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
R. Washington
5
00
1
K. Thomas
4
001
Z. Patterson
41
1
0

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Saturday Sept 27th, 2014

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Eddie White's big day leads Auburn past Cowboys
  • Auburn Hills, Ala - Auburn running back Eddie White ran for 196 yards and three touchdowns as the War Eagles pulled away from the No. 5 Oklahoma State 45-24. Auburn's defense held Oklahoma State's P. Warren to 13-30 passing picking him off four times. Auburn extended their record to 4-0 heading into their showdown with UAB next week.
College Football Top 25 Scoreboard:
#1 Oregon over USC 20-12
#2 Oklahoma over Tulsa 51-28
#3 Iowa over Purdue 45-35
#5 LSU South Carolina 50-24
#6 Wisconsin over Wyoming 34-24
#7 TCU over #22 Houston 45-21
#8 Auburn over #5 Oklahoma State 45-24
#9 Virginia Tech Falls Florida State 37-17
#10 Miami over Nebraska 31-17
#11 Stanford over Arizona State 34-14
#12 Illinois over idaho 38-17
#13 Georgia over Texas A&M 27-24
#14 Mississippi State over Colorado State 31-21
#15 Boston College over Duke 20-10
#16 Georgia Tech over North Carolina State 28-21
#17 Michigan State over Penn State 31-24
#18 Cal over Arizona 23-10
#20 Texas over Missouri 49-28
#21 Utah over Utah State 38-10
#23 Michigan over Indiana 28-10
#25 Alabama falls Arkansas 35-28


TOP HEADLINES:
  • Saban and Tide having worse season of his tenure
  • Horned Frogs 4-0 after win over Missouri
  • UAB's defense dominate in Blowout over Rebels
  • Eddie White shines against Okie State
  • Seminoles upset Hokies
  • TCU slows Houston's momentum, wins big
  • Late score helps #1 Ducks escape Trojans
  • Georgia survives Aggies 27-24


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September 29th, 2014

AROUND THE NCAA:
  • UAB/Auburn tops the list of big games
  • Alabama seasons sinking fast at 1-3
  • Life without Mack Brown: UT back in the spotlight after 4-0 start
  • Tar Heels looking forward match up with Boston College
  • Longhorn's boast best two back system in the country
  • On the defensive: UAB's defense best ever?
  • Head Coach Josh Burke leads the confident 4-0 Gators into Starksville
AP Top 25
RKTEAMRECORDPTS
1Oregon (42)4-01471
2Oklahoma(12)4-01422
3Iowa (5)4-01413
4LSU (1)4-01280
5Auburn4-01209
6Wisconsin4-01205
7TCU3-11177
8Miami5-0991
9Stanford5-0985
10Oklahoma State
3-1950
11Illinois3-1883
12Georgia3-1820
13Mississippi State
3-1744
14Boston College
3-1734
15Georgia Tech
3-0659
16Michigan State
4-0585
17Cal4-0466
18Notre Dame
3-1434
19Texas4-0417
20Virginia Tech
2-1338
21Utah4-0298
22Michigan3-0280
23UAB4-0239
24North Carolina
3-1179
25Pittsburgh3-0112
  • Dropped from rankings: Houston (22) Ole Miss (24) Alabama (25)
  • Others receiving votes:Houston, Florida State, Marshall, Penn State, Maryland, Arkansas State
RECRUITING NEWS:


PlayerGradePosSchool
1. Travis Wallace
HBOU, Bama, VT
2. Jacob Sanders

WR
ALABAMA
3. Antonio Cole

HB
UF, Bama, Ore
4. Joel Morton

ATH
Ore, Iow, SC
5. James Brown

ATH
Boise, Ore, SC
6. Patrick Hodges

WR
ALABAMA
7. Bobby Snyder

HB
OU, Iow, Ore
8. William Clark

WR
UT, Wisc, GT
9. Josh Brown

ATHBama, TCU, OU
10. Courtney Goss

WR
ND, Aub, Bama

HEADLINES:
  • Big visit weekend for UAB
  • Iowa running back leans heavily toward Wisconsin
  • Texas LB narrows list to three
  • Hard hitting Safety says Sooners are the favorite: Nick Carrington
  • Florida receiver Donald Simmons expected to commit to Auburn
  • Cal defensive back Tom Alexander excepts offer to Under Armour All American game


WEEK 6
#14 Boston College (3-1) at #24 North Carolina (3-1)
For North Carolina, they will need to try and stop NCAA leading rusher John Williams. Williams has been a huge reason why Boston college is 3-1 this season, stopping him and applying pressure on the golden Eagles defense is key. Tar Hell Quarterback Joe Smart has played smart football throwing 11 touchdowns and only one interception. He'll need receiver Chandler Roberts to continue his success Roberts leads the ACC with 7 touchdown receptions. With a conference loss already The Tar Heels need this to keep pace with the Hurricanes.


Florida (4-0) at#13 Mississippi State (3-1)
The new look Gators are making some noise in the SEC as they try to get back to past dominance, theyll take on a Mississippi State team who are legitimiate contenders in the SEC western division. The Gators will be without starting quarterback Benjamin Jamison (11td,1int) they hope for back up Jon Woods to step up who went 4-12 last week after Jamisons injury. The Florida defense is however the emotional leader of this team and will need to find ways to slow down Buck Browning and Mississippi State's #6 ranked offense in the country, this game will let us know if the Gators are back





#5 Auburn (4-0) at #23 UAB (4-0)
Gameday will be on campus for this huge match-up. The last two meetings between the two have been decided by a combined 8 points with UAB winning both classics. Auburn features a tough running game led by Eddie White, White is no stranger to this defense as rushed for 135 yards and a score against UAB last season. To Counter the Blazers have the nations #1 defense not only against the run but overall, the Blazers defense has given up just two offensive touchdowns in four games. Auburn's defense is no slouch either as they lead the country with a +10 turnover ratio grabbing four interceptions a week, UAB's high powered offense may meet its match this week.


OTHER GAMES OF NOTE:
#8 Miami (5-0) at Syracuse (3-1)
Maryland (3-1) at #20 Virginia tech (2-1)
Clemson (2-1) at #15 Georgia Tech (3-0)
HOuston (3-2) at #2 Oklahoma (4-0)



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Just read through my dynasty for the first time ever, took about 30 minutes lol. Im amazed out how it has turned out, my best one yet!!!
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It's really good. To be honest I used to come daily to read Deuce and mmboosts and maybe another if I had time, yours is my #1 now.
Yea, I always read Boost and his VTech stuff bc he had a very in depth game recap... I read yours the Win the day Oregon one and I scan through others but you update yours more frequently so thats the one I take time to read!!
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Monstrous win there, 70-3 is a ridiculous beatdown. Your team looks like they won't be stopped this year if they keep this kind of play up.
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