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Old 12-16-2011, 06:59 PM   #417
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THE CAMPUS GAZETTE
UAB UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPER
Saturday Nov 8th, 2014

CLASSIC IN THE HEDGES:

BILL COOLEY'S 71-YARD TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION AS TIME EXPIRES LIFTS BLAZERS OVER #18 GEORGIA 26-23

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For the most part the Blazers controlled the game. Building a 17-3 halftime lead after Dyks threw two touchdown passes and the Blazers looked to be off to another blowout victory. But then the Bulldogs realized there was a football game to be played. The Bulldogs battled back to tie the game and take the lead with 11 seconds remaining. That's when Adam Dyks made his mark.
"(SMH) I saw what they were doing pre-snap, and as they rolled safeties I snapped the ball. It caught them off guard."
Blazer quarterback Adam Dyks stated. "We have some speed in the receiving core and when they're in space no ones catching them."

Dyks finished the day 10-19 for 303 yards and three scores but threw two very costly Interceptions late in the fourth quarter. Cooley and Travis Jackson led the way for the Blazers receiving core with Cooley hauling in five receptions and two scores while Jackson grabbed four catches all on third downs for 59 yards.
It the was the Blazer defense who dominated the game through the first three quarters, but fatigue set in during the fourth. Led by Timi McCollum who most thought wasn't going to play recorded 8 tackles and was the catalyst in stopping Norton and the bulldog run game. At the half the Bulldogs were 0-6 on third downs and was held to just 33 total yards.

For Georgia it was a embarrassing first half.
"We couldn't do anything, they were on everything we did." Quarterback B. James said. "Coach Richt came in and it was the maddest I ever saw him, he let us know how hard we worked to get shut out in front of our fans, and the guys bought into what he said and we were just ready to come out get back into the game."

The Bulldogs did not score in the third quarter as the Blazers tacked on another S. Jordan field goal to got up 20-3. But in that third quarter the tide was slowly changing to the Bulldogs who tightened it up on defense batting passes down and slowing down the run attack. Dyks would make the first mistake of the game when he threw a interception to sophomore safety E. Shaw who used his 6'5 frame to out jump Vince Jackson and grab the pick.

(SHAW'S INTERCEPTION SET THE TONE FOR GEORGIA'S COMEBACK)
Four plays later Nortan and the Bulldogs found the end zone and Samford Stadium started to come alive.
Up 20-10 in the fourth UAB decided to keep the ball on the ground and got good runs from Luke Sullivan and fullback Travis Johnson but when it counted on third and short they were stuffed, freshmen kicker S. Jordan came on to kick a 58 yard field goal which in turn bounced off the cross bar for no good. Georgia would go on and tack on three points putting the bulldogs down a touchdown.

Like UAB did in the first half Georgia's defense dominated the Blazers in the second half causing them to go 1-5 on third downs and three, three and outs including the next drive after Georgia's field goal. But the Blazers D responded after R. Sanders spectacular punt return putting the Bulldoggs in UAB territory the Blazers forced Georgia into a fourth and seven after a Cortez Means sack with 25 seconds left in the game. Down 13-20 the Bulldogs had to go for it, A blown coverage by the Blazers saw Georgia receiver C. Washington hauling in the unbelievable 54 yard touchdown catch tying the game.


"They caught us straight up."
Corner Adam Love said he openly showed his frustration after the play. "Holycross was supposed to stay over the top but bit up on the short crosser." Holycross felt knowing the situation Love should've stayed with his man. "It was 4th and 7, the higher percentage pass he would throw would be the crosser and hope his guy can extent for the first, no one is going over the the top in that situation so I jump it."
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( A 4TH AND 7 LATE IN THE FOURTH QUARTER SAW GEORGIA'S WASHINGTON GET BEHIND THE SECONDARY FOR A SCORE)

With the game looking like it was going to over-time, Blazer returner Vince jackson return the next kick to the Georgia 40 yard line. The Blazers were going for the win now.
"If we didnt get as far we would've sat on the ball and took our chances in OT."
Head Coach Travis Rhatigan said.
But the plan backfired when Georgia defensive back S. Jones piked off a tipped pass at the line of scrimmage receiver Bill Cooley made the tackle but was called for the fifteen yard personal foul facemask putting the Bulldogs at the 22 yard line, wasting no time they kicked the field goal with ten seconds left giving them the 23-20 lead.

(D. SEWARD KICKED HIS 3RD FIELD GOAL OF THE DAY, THIS ONE LOOKED TO BE FOR THE WIN)

"It was hard to swallow at that point."
Dyks stated. at the 29 yard line needing about 40 yards for a legit field goal with only 6 seconds left the game was all but over. But instead of sending their defense deep the Bulldgos looked to be in a cover two defense and safety B. Anderson made a youthfull mistake running rolling to the middle of the field Dyks didnt hesitate snapping the ball and throwing right to Cooley who ran the rest of the way for the score.
The Blazer sideline ran with him before joining him on the field after he crossed the plain.
"One of the best feelings ever, I cant believe it."
stated Rhatigan.

The Blazers improve to 9-0 while Georgia falls to 6-3. Up next for the Blazers is a trip to Knoxville next Saturday.



BOX SCORE:
UAB 26 - Georgia 23

( COOLEY WOULD FINISH THE DAY WITH 215 YARDS AND TWO LONG TOUCHDOWNS)
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#2 UAB (8-0, 6-0)
7
10
3
6
26
#17 Georgia (6-3, 5-2)
0
3
0
20
23


Quick StatsUAB
UGA
Total Yards431
205
Passing Yards306
137
Rushing Yards125
68
First Downs14
7
Turnovers2
0
Penalties - Yards9-85
5-57
3rd Down Conversions4-8
4-10
4th Down Conversions0-0
1-1
Sacks1
0
Time of Possession14:37
9:23


Statistical Leaders - UAB
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
A. Dyks
10-19
306
3/271
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
L. Sullivan
18
84
0
23
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
T. Jackson
4
59
1
27
B. Cooley
4
215
2
71
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
T. McCollum
8
03
0
C. Holycross
5
0
0
0
T. Cox
4
0
2
0

Statistical Leaders - Georgia
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
B. James
9-17
137
1/0
54
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
B. Norton
12
69
0
25
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
C. Washington
3
75
1
54
V. Hardy
3
24
0
16
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
E. Harris
7
01
0
B. Anderson
7
000
E. Shaw
6
0
0
1 INT



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wow...what a game. Now that's what I am talking about. All those blow outs are good for stats, but these games keep the fans in the stands!! Nice game, and helluva finish. I can't believe you didn't post a video of that game winning touchdown!!! You should be ashamed LOL
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wow...what a game. Now that's what I am talking about. All those blow outs are good for stats, but these games keep the fans in the stands!! Nice game, and helluva finish. I can't believe you didn't post a video of that game winning touchdown!!! You should be ashamed LOL
lol man I had already saved the video for their game winning fg, didnt think I would catch the cpu in the dumbest defense with 10 secs, lol but I was getting ready to save the video and decided to take all my pics first, but it was just a habit of always exiting after taken pics, I was bummed afterwards but it was good to have a game like that, its been a while!!!
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Nov 8th, 2014

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(TANDEM OF R. RUSS AND S. PACE HAS LONGHORNS LOOKING LIKE CONTENDERS)

CATTLE DRIVING:
LONGHORNS GROUND ATTACK GET THEM PAST OKIE STATE
  • Austin, TX - In the end the dynamic duo of Russ and Pace got the Longhorns past the #7 Oklahoma State Cowboys. The Cowboys were step for step with the Horns trailing only 24-21 at the half, but third quarter scoring runs of 68 (Russ) and 72 (Pace) gave the longhorns a comfortable 38-21 lead before holding off the Cowboys for the win, Russ a Heisman candidate finished with 119 yards on 11 carries and Pace finished 118 on 10 carries. The Longhorns improve to 9-0.
TOP HEADLINES:
  • Purdue's Hall passes for 520 and four scores a Boilmakers upset Badgers
  • Blazers beat #17 Georgia on final play
  • Aggies storm back to upset #8 Sooners
  • Iowa blows out Michigan in the Big House
  • Stanford needed OT to get past Ducks
  • Bowling Green keeps winning improves to 8-0
  • TCU escapes Kansas State, sets up showdown with Longhorns
  • High scoring shootout sees Hokies over Canes
  • Another test passed, Seminoles route Golden eagles
  • Buffaloes upset Utes in OT
  • Bama comes back as LSU collapses
College Football Top 25 Scoreboard:
#1 Wisconsin falls Purdue 38-28
#2 UAB over #17 Georgia 26-23
#3 Cal over Oregon State 24-13
#4 Texas over #7 Oklahoma State 38-30
#5 TCU over Kansas State 33-30 OT
#6 Oregon Falls #14 Stanford 26-23
#8 Oklahoma Falss Texas A&M 43-36
#9 Auburn over Ole Miss 44-14
#10 Michigan State over Northwestern 59-14
#11 Georgia Tech over Duke 31-7
#12 Utah Falls Colorado 31-28
#13 Florida State over #25 Boston College 38-21
#15 Iowa over #23 Michigan 52-21
#16 LSU Falls Alabama 20-14
#18 Illinois over Ohio Sate 35-28
#19 Bowling Green over Ball State 31-0
#20 Nevada Falls Hawaii 24-21
#21 Penn State Falls Nebraska 13-3
#22 Virginia Tech over Miami 53-42
#24 Navy over BYU 52-17


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Nov 10th, 2014

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HIDE THE CHILDREN:
BOWLING GREEN IS 9-0 AND DEMANDING RESPECT
  • Bowling Green is #17 in this weeks rankings and posses a 9-0 record. But there are only four undefeated teams left in college football and Bowling Green feels they should be a bit higher in the rankings. Second Year coach Frank Hickman has the Falcons on the verge of their first conference championship since 1992. "This is a special year for us, a few more wins and we clinch the MAC, but we're looking past that we want BCS." With four games remaining all conference games the Falcons will need to win out to guarantee a championship. The biggest game remaining are trips to Buffalo and Toledo, Buffalo is the defending conference champs while Toledo has identical 5-0 conference record as the Falcons.


AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Nebraska (4-5, 4-1 Big Ten) has found themselves back in the division race
  • Cal leaps to #1 in the latest BCS, UAB and Texas at 2, and 3
  • Purdue's Hall atop the record books after Saturdays performance in upset of #1 Badgers
  • College Football braces for another heart stopping weekend
  • Hawkeys still feel they can defend championship, it starts at #8 Michigan State
  • Cal puts #1 status online against #11 Oregon in Eugene
  • LoneStar battle between #4 TCU at #3 Texas could be Bid 12 championship preview as Gameday will be on hand
  • Seminoles hope to clinch Atlantic division this weekend
  • Big Ten Leaders Division title on the line as Illini travel to Wisconsin
  • Air Force (7-2) looks to clinch MWC North division with win this weekend
  • Cal knows next two week will be biggest in school history
BCS TALK:
  • BCS computers are going crazy with the recent losses by top ten teams. Back to back weeks saw the #1 teams lose in bad fashion, UAB's close win on the road to #17 Georgia somehow hurt them Cal jumped from #3 to the #1 spot over UAB. Stanford's win over Oregon moved them from #14 to #5. Auburn and Michigan State also made significant gains while Wisconsin dropped to #8. Here are this weeks BCS rankings
BCS
RKTEAMAVGPVSRANKING
1Cal1.0000310-0
2UAB
.94192
9-0
3Texas.93334
9-0
4TCU.84765
9-1
5Stanford.790114
8-1
6Auburn
.768799-1
7Michigan State
.740810
8-1
8Wisconsin.68271
8-1
9Georgia Tech
.6553118-1
10Florida State
.6374139-1
11Oregon.51906
7-2
12Oklahoma State
.49777
7-2
13Iowa
.479415
8-1
14Illinois.460318
7-2
15Oklahoma.42188
7-2
16Purdue.4119--
6-4
17Bowling Green
.388319
8-0
18Georgia.3869176-3
19Virginia Tech
.350422
7-2
20Texas A&M
.2606--
6-3
21Navy.1918249-1
22LSU.130516
6-3
23Fresno State
.1233--
7-2
24Utah.087612
8-2
25NorthCarolina.0584--6-3




RECRUITING NEWS: ESPN TOP 10 PROSPECTS



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

WR
ALABAMA
3. Antonio Cole

HB
UF, Bama, Ore
4. Joel Morton

ATH
OREGON
5. James Brown

ATH
BOISE ST
6. Patrick Hodges

WR
ALABAMA
7. Bobby Snyder

HB
OKLAHOMA
8. William Clark

WR
TEXAS
9. Josh Brown

ATHBama, TCU, OU
10. Courtney Goss

WR
NOTRE DAME


HEADLINES:
  • UAB gets two more commits
  • Five star receiver Kansas receiver chooses Badgers
  • #4 RB Ryan Smith down to three
  • Penn State leads for $7 Back Will Thompson
  • 4 star QB Matt Mathis commits to Spartans
  • Tennesse gets 4 star QB in Jermaine Treangen
  • 4 Star receiver Mike Oliver stays home commits to Fresno
  • Texas 4 star WR Jon Davis says LSUUUUUU!
  • Big time tackle Micheal Walters chooses Trojans

Heisman Highlight goes after Purdue's quarterback Jason Hall. All Hall has done this season was break Purdue's single season passing yards record as well as most touchdown passes in a single season. He's led Purdue to a #17 ranking and has been the reason the Boilermakers have back to back upset of top ten teams beating Illinois and last week Wisconsin. In their four losses this year he's thrown for a combined 1,755 yards 15 touchdowns and 5 interceptions. The Senior is currently the #1 projected quarterback in Next years draft.
  • five games of at least 400 yards passing
  • Leads NCAA with 42 touchdowns passes
  • Leads NCAA with 4,230 yards passing
  • Leads NCAA with 298 pass completions





THIS WEEKS TOP GAMES


#13 Iowa (8-1, 4-1) at #7 Michigan State (8-1, 4-1)
Sitting with Iowa and Nebraska atop the Big Ten's Legends Division, Michigan State has a berth in the conference's championship game squarely in its sights.
The most difficult roadblock in its path to that title game in Indianapolis could be against Iowa this weekend.
With the memories of last season's debacle at Iowa still lingering, the 7th-ranked Spartans look to avenge. Super Sophomore Nate Anderson has replaced injured starter Andy Jacobs and been superb but Iowa will need to slow down work horse tailback Brandon Holloway if they want any chance at the win. With a lose to Nebraska already Iowa needs this weekends win. With games left at Illinois and Wisconsin, the Hawkeye's arent holding out doubt of defeniding their Big Ten Championship. Quarterback Mike Davis's leadership and playmaking ability will keep the Spartans on edge. His play will determine the outcome of the game.


#1 Cal (10-0, 7-0) at #11 Oregon (7-2, 4-2)
Led by Heisman hopeful running back T. Mason and receiver F. Eaton, Cal proves they have athletes all over the field. This is Cals best season since 2006 when they won the Pac 10 title and are playing as confident as any team in the nation. A win this week gets them a game closer to a North division title. Oregon comes in after a tough over time loss to Stanford a week ago, in factIn both of Oregons losses they loss by a combined 6 points. Theyll look for speedster running back J. Allen to have a big game, he went over 100 yards against Stanford a week ago, but ultinately quarterback A. Burns will need to step his play up, his numbers for a Oregon quarterback are way below standards if Oregon wants a chance to win he;ll need to come through.





College Gameday Game of the Week


#4 TCU (9-1, 6-0) at #3 Texas (9-0, 6-0)
The Longhorns' tough stretch continues with this meeting against the Big 12 North rival TCU, wins over both the Sooners and Cowboys have the Longhorns battle ready.
The Horned Frogs, however, have plenty of challenges ahead of them. They hadn't faced a Top 25 team since september 20th when they beat Illinois, but this weeks game as well as a game against Iowa State a team they lost to last season awaits them.
Texas brings in the #1 ranked rush offense led by the tandem of R. Russ and S. Pace both averaging over 115 yards a game on the ground Russ however is prb for the game so Texas may play their first game without the conferences leading rusher, TCU's offense is potent and sports a Heisman hopeful in Rb R. Collins whose second in the Big 12 in rushing yards. Texas plays defense but in ways was exposed against O0State last week, These kids know each other from high school football, expect a big time hard hitting football game.


OTHER GAMES OF NOTE:
#19 Virginia Tech (7-2) at #25 North Carolina (6-3)
#18 Georgia (6-3) at #6 Auburn (9-1)
#14 Illinois (7-2) at #8 Wisconsin (8-1)

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Nov 12th, 2014



COOL UNDER PRESSURE:
RED SHIRT FRESHMEN BILL COOLEY MAKING THE MOST OF HIS OPPORTUNITY
  • Birmingham, Ala - Blazer receiver Bill Cooley entered this season knowing he wouldn't get a lot of playing time in such a deep group of receivers. But he still comes to practice and prepares himself as if he were the number 1 guy. "You never when your chance will come, but when it does you better make the most of it or someone else will get your opportunity." Cooley's opportunity for significant time came when starting receiver Matt Ford injured his back during a contest against South Carolina a few weeks ago. All he's done since gaining a starting spot was catch 11 passes for 375 yards and five touchdowns in the last three contest. In the first six he had only one catch for 57 yards. "He's a quiet kid that gets the job done, we go 8 deep on this depth chart and he's worked his tail off to get the looks he gets." Head coach Travis Rhatigan stated. Cooley knows what it takes to make plays and win championship. His Hoover Alabama high school won three state titles while he was there. "I know what I can do, but I didnt let my success in high school sour my mind, Im here to compete and help win games, and Im blessed for the chance." Cooley displayed his athletic ability last week against Georgia hauling in 215 yards receiving including the game winning 71 yard touchdwon catch as time expired. You can see Cooley and the #2 Blazers travel to Knoxville to face the Vols this Saturday.
RECRUITING NEWS:

(DEFENSIVE TACKLE JOHN PATRICK)
  • Blazers received two more commitments this past Monday as Junior College Defensive Tackle John Patrick and Tight End Trey Weiss gave verbals. Patrick, a Rainbow City Alabama, native went to Iowa Western where he earned All Conference honors his freshmen season. The 6'5 286 pound defensive tackle helps add more depth to the interior of the defensive line and is the second defensive tackle to commit. Trey Weiss was a suprise commitment for the Blazers who won the battle over Tennessee and Georgia. Trey has the athletic ability to come in and start right away for the Blazers. The Powder Springs, Georgia Tight end is ranked as the 63rd best Tight end in the country and was given three stars by ESPN. "As we continue to build a program that can consistently win, we feel these two athletes are the type of athletics that can help this university. They are great students in the classroom and great athletes on the field." Head Coach Travis Rhatigan

STANDINGSCONFERENCEOVERALL
SEC - EastW-LW-L
#3 UAB
6-09-0
#21 Georgia
5-2
6-3
Florida
4-3
6-3
South Carolina
4-4
5-5
Vanderbilt
1-5
2-7
Tennessee
1-5
2-7
Kentucky
0-6
1-8






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UAB HEADS TO KNOXVILLE FOR GAME AGAINST VOLS ON SATURDAY
UAB is making its second straight game on the road this weekend as they face the 2-7 Tennessee Vols, a win and the Blazers clinch the SEC East Division title and a birth to the 2014 SEC Championship for the second consecutive season. UAB is coming off a dramatic win last week beating UGA on the final play. This week may not be as dramatic. Tennessee defensively is giving up 438.8 yards per game ranking them 103rd in the nation while the Blazers who rank 3rd in the SEC and 19th overall produce 469.7 yards per game. Quarterback Adam Dyks looks to bounce back from a two interception game to lead the Blazers. Defensively the Blazers are stout. Giving up just 236.3 yards per game ranking them second overall in the nation. Linebacker Timi McCollum leads this defensive unit with 56 total tackles, defensive end Tom Cox back doors him with 18 sacks. They'll have to slow down running back Nick Rich, despite Tennessee's flaws he's the lone bright spot for the Vols averaging 96.6 yards per game with 8 touchdowns and 870 yards on the season.


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Looks like a walk in the park.

Also, congrats on Pitt State winning the Division II National Title.
Closer than I expected it to be actually.
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Looks like a walk in the park.

Also, congrats on Pitt State winning the Division II National Title.
Closer than I expected it to be actually.
Thanks, thatll be good to use when I meet my teammates this season and let them know my school was National Champs!!!

Yea Tennessee should be a easy game, but if we let up like we did against Georgia they could be a big time upset!!!
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