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Old 12-18-2011, 05:35 PM   #425
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THE CAMPUS GAZETTE
UAB UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPER
Saturday Nov 15th, 2014

MARCHING ALONG:
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UAB'S UNDEFEATED TOUR MOVES THOUGH KNOXVILLE 49-14

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Knoxville, TN -
Just a week after a near upset by the hands of Georgia, the Blazers lived up to their 28 point favoring and blew-out the Tennessee Vols 49-14. The win helped UAB clinch the SEC East Division title for the second straight season for the Blazers.
It was a special day for sophomore quarterback Adam Dyks who broke the career record for touchdowns. Needing three to tie and a fourth for the record controversy riddled the situation. At the end of the third quarter Dyks and the Blazers were on a very lengthy drive facing a second and goal from the 9-yard line. As the fourth quarter started the stadium rang with boo's as Dyks walked on the field to finish the drive.
"Our motto is finish, he had a great drive going and I let him finish, no disrespect to anyone on Tennessee."
Head coach Travis Rhatigan said.
Dyks would hit tight end Gary Singleton for his fourth scoring toss and the career record giving him 72 touchdown passes in just two years.
"I understand where the fans were coming from, but it didnt take anything away from the moment, blessed to have gotten this far with my career in a short time."
Dyks said. He would finish 15-20 for 304 yards and four touchdown passes.
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(SINGLETON HAULED IN DYKS 72ND CAREER TOUCHDOWN PASS EARLY IN THE FOURTH QUARTER)

The Blazers used a strong running game to set up Dyks passing attack, going against one of the worst defenses in the nation UAB bullied the Vols as Cody Gore gashed them for big runs in the opening quarter. The second quarter saw him hit the end zone twice putting UAB 14-0. A Interception by Vince Jones set up a 77 yard Bill Cooley touchdown catch and the route was on.

Tennessee would get on the board late in the second quarter as Davis found Justice in the back of the end zone, it was his only catch of the day but went for the score. Normally using the more aggressive style of play with blitz and zone blitz schemes Rhatigan allowed his defense to sit back and react. It worked in the tune of three coverage sacks and two interceptions. At the half UAB had a commanding 28-7 lead.
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(GORE AND COOLEY CONTINUED THEIR IMPRESSIVE PLAY HELPING UAB BUILD A 28-7 HALFTIME LEAD)

Dyks opened the half with a quick hitter to Travis Jackson who weaved his way through the Vols defense on his way to a 78 yard score. Tennessee's lone bright spot was tailback Nick Rich. On just seven carries he had 101 yards, but the deficit caused the Vols to go away from their play-making running back instead B. Holley would grab Tennessee's final score in the third quarter.
After Dyks final touchdown that broke the school's career record UAB brought in back-up Luke Willis to finish out the game, he would drive UAB to one final score. The defense capped the day off with back to back sacks and head to 10-0 on the year. Next up for the Blazers is their final home game vs the Florida Gators.
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(BLAZERS DEFENSE SHOWED WHY THEY ARE TOPS IN THE COUNTRY SHUTTING DOWN THE VOLS PASS ATTACK)

BOX SCORE:
UAB 49 - Tennessee 14
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(TOM COX RECORDED HIS 19TH SACK, WITH TWO GAMES HE REMAINING PLUS THE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP HE NEEDS JUST 4 SACKS FOR THE SINGLE SEASON SCHOOL RECORD)
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1234F
#2 UAB (10-0, 7-0)
7
21
7
14
49
Tennessee (2-8, 1-6)
0
7
7
0
14


Quick StatsUAB
TENN
Total Yards496
208
Passing Yards334
122
Rushing Yards162
186
First Downs14
8
Turnovers0
2
Penalties - Yards3-30
3-35
3rd Down Conversions9-10
0-5
4th Down Conversions0-0
0-0
Sacks3
0
Time of Possession16:22
7:38


Statistical Leaders - UAB
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
A. Dyks
15-20
304
4/078
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
L. Sullivan
17
124
2
51
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
B. Cooley
4
104
1
77
D. Sims
3
53
1
33
T. Jackson
2
91
1
78
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
C. Holycross
5
00
0
D. Rhodes
5
0
1
0
C. Means
4
1
3
0

Statistical Leaders - Tennessee
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
C. Davis
10-20
122
1/2
35
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
N. Rich
7
101
0
44
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
B. Johnson
3
46
0
35
B. Holley
2
30
0
15
C. Justice
1
3
1
3
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
M. Joseph
6
00
0
A. Carter
6
000
E. Roberts
5
0
0
0


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Nov. 15th 2014



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YES!!!
IOWA NOTCHES HUGE CONFERENCE WIN BEHIND THE ARM OF HEISMAN CANDIDATE DAVIS
  • East Lansing, MI - Mike Davis threw for 314 yards and a game winning 47 yard touchdown pass with 14 seconds remaining as the Hawkeyes stunned the Spartan's 34-27. Iowa was in control of the game with a 24-17 halftime lead, but the Spartans led by tailback B. Holloway powered the Spartans back to tie the game at 27 all with 55 seconds remaining. Iowa keeps their championships hope alive for another week while Michigan State drops to 8-2.
TOP HEADLINES:
  • Cal continues o dominate as they route the Ducks in the Zoo
  • LSU bounces back with huge win over A&M
  • UAB's Dyks gets school mark in win at Tennessee
  • Longhorns get past TCU in tight contest
  • Stanfords win sets up "Big Game" showdown
  • Air Force continues to dominate the mountain west upping record to 6-0
  • Kennedy grabs 197-yards and three scores in Ute's route of Trojans
  • Nebraska keeps winning (5-1) conf record has them in first
  • Virginia Tech finds a way against strong Tar heels
  • Bowling Green moves to 9-0 after win
  • Auburn holds on against Georgia
College Football Top 25 Scoreboard:
#1 Cal over #11 Oregon 28-9
#2 UAB over Tennessee 49-14
#3 Texas over #4 TCU 17-10
#5 Stanford over Oregon State 48-17
#6 Auburn over #18 Georgia 19-14
#7 Michigan State falls #13 Iowa 34-27
#8 Wisconsin over #14 Illinois 26-8
#9 Georgia Tech over Virginia 33-10
#12 Oklahoma State over Texas Tech 41-22
#15 Oklahoma over Baylor 56-23
#16 Purdue falls Ohio State 48-45
#17 Bowling Green over Temple 21-17
#19 Virginia Tech over #25 North Carolina 28-24
#20 Texas A&M falls #22 LSU 41-13
#23 Fresno State over UTEP 56-14
#24 Utah over USC 47-27

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Nov 17th, 2014


A STEP AHEAD:
CAL IS HAVING ITS BEST SEASON IN SCHOOL HISTORY
  • The California Golden Bears are two games away from being crowned Pac-12 championships. But more importantly they have a chance to win a their first national championship since 1937. "There's somethig different about this team. They want to win, they know they can win." Head coach Jeff Tedford said. His Bears are 11-0 for the first time in school history and won just their fourth 10 win season ever, the last time the Bears won 10 games they won the conference in 2006. Wins vs Uath, at SC and last week at Oregon has the nation believing in the Bears. Mark May went on to state that the Bears may be the most athletic team west of the Mississippi. One last challenge presents itself, the 9-1 #5 Stanford Cardinal. Its winner take all, the Bears will have to take the short bus ride to Palo Alto and hope for history to be made.
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • BCS Title race heats up from #1 to #7 anyone can win it.
  • #5 Stanford says only one "Big Game" this weekend
  • Bama back in the top 25, face #4 Auburn in Iron Bowl
  • #4 Texas Gains ground on #2 UAB in the latest BCS
  • Iowa's month of hell continues at #19 Illinois
  • Seminoles feel they should be in BCS talks
  • Buffalo looks for the upset over undefeated Bowling Green this Saturday
  • Gators feel they match-up well with UAB
  • Award Finalist announced: Blazers 1,2,3 for Nagurski
  • Its Bedlam as Ostate looks for revenge
BCS TALK:
  • The computers thought the Longhorns win over TCU was very impressive but not impressive enough to jump #2 UAB. Texas has gained tremendous ground and is mere percentage points behind the Blazers. Aubun and Stanford sit at #4 and #5. Those two by many are dark horses and could easily jump to 1 or 2 if Cal or UAB fall. Iowa has battled its way to #7 and still has a shot at the title if they get help. Here is this week BCS rankings.

BCS
RKTEAMAVGPVSRecord
1Oregon1.0000111-0
2UAB.9419210-0
3Texas.9417310-0
4Auburn.84766
10-1
5Stanford.79015
9-1
6Wisconsin.76878
9-1
7Iowa.740813
9-1
8Georgia Tech
.68279
9-1
9TCU.65534
9-2
10Florida State
.637410
9-1
11Oklahoma State
.519012
8-2
12Michigan State
.49777
8-2
13Oklahoma.479415
8-2
14Bowling Green
.460317
9-0
15Oregon.421811
7-3
16Virginia Tech
.411919
8-2
17LSU.388322
7-3
18Navy.386921
9-1
19Utah.350424
9-2
20Fresno State
.260623
8-2
21Illinois.191814
7-3
22Alabama
.1305--
6-4
23Penn State
.1233--
8-2
24Georgia.087618
6-4
25Nevada.0584--
8-2




RECRUITING NEWS: ESPN TOP 10 PROSPECTS




PlayerGradePosSchool
1. Travis Wallace
HBWyo, OU, 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:
  • Wyoming becomes favorite for nations top prsopect
  • Four star QB thinking Sooners
  • Bama's recruiting hits home stretch
  • Blazers grab another
  • Branch (4*QB) denies commitment rumors to Longhorns, says TCU is top
  • Will Thompson (5*RB) discusses top three offers
  • Mississippi Guard chooses LSU
  • The Mann, Joe Mann the talented offensive line from Bama commits to Seminoles
  • 4* DE Eddie Chambers down to three
  • DE Andy Mills enjoyed his time at Texas last weekend, still has 8 schools in the running

Heisman Highlight showcases UAB's super sophomore Adam Dyks. Dyks has led the Blazers to a 23-1 record, that lost at the hands of former Heisman watch player Mike Davis of Iowa. Dyks is on pass to break all of UAB passing records. Just last week he threw his 72 career touchdown pass making him the schools career leader. He leads the SEC in all the major passing categories. He has thrown at least 3 three touchdown passes in 8 games this year.
  • 2nd in NCAA in yards 2,966
  • 2nd in TD Passes (37)
  • 2nd with passing yards per game (296.6)
  • five games with 4 or more touchdown passes



Top Games for Week 13


#6 Wisconsin (9-1, 5-1) at #23 Penn State (8-2, 4-2)

The Division crown is on the line, or at least it is for the Badgers. A win and the Badgers clinch the Big Ten's Leader Division. Penn State needs to win this weekend and hope for Iowa to beat Illinois to clinch otherwise it comes down to their season finale next week. Penn State comes in Identical to Wisconsin using a strong run game. RB K. Freeman of Penn State leads the conference in rushing with 1,008 and has 8 touchdowns to go along. Wisconsin's A. Nicholson is right behind him with 800 yards. The game is in Beaver Stadium where another Whiteout is expected. Ranked 2 and 3 in total defense in the Big Ten, whoever causes the most mistakes or forces more three and outs will have the upper hand.


#20 Fresno State (8-2, 5-1) at #25 Nevada (8-2, 4-2)

For the right to face Air Force in the conference championship these two will duke it out. As do most years these teams usually play in this type of game. Fresno State is on a five game winning streak since losing to Air Force, led by quarterback N. Williams and his smart play (16td 4int)Fresno feels they have the advantage against an average wolfpack defense. Nevada however makes up for their defense by the play of QB J, Brown and WR R. Peterson. Those two have been threats to all the teams in conference lay. Peterson leads the conference with 11 touchdown receptions and 1,015 yards receiving.






College Gameday Game of the Week


#1 Cal (11-0, 8-0) at #5 Stanford (9-1, 7-1)

Perhaps the real Pac-12 Championship Cal and Stanford square off in the annual "Big Game" Its a championship atmosphere as winner walks away with their first ever North Division title in the new Pac 12. Cal comes in having passed the test as the nations Cinderella, led by T. Mason on the ground and a tough defense the Bears can feel history touching them. Stanford is a mirror image of their cross town rivals. Tailback C. Carter leads the conference with 1,095 yards on the ground and when that big offensive line of Stanford gets to moving watch out. With those two getting most of the attention look out for Stanford's D. Paris at quarterback, he has quietly led this team and his play against Oregon a few weeks back is the reason they're in the situation to win the Division.


OTHER NOTABLE GAMES:

Florida (6-4) at #2 UAB (10-0)
#13 Oklahoma (8-2) at #11 Oklahoma State (8-2)

#13 Bowling Green (9-0) at Buffalo (6-3)

Nebraska (5-5) at #12 Michigan State (8-2)
#8 Georgia Tech (9-1) at #16 Virginia Tech (8-2)
#7 Iowa (9-1) at #21 (Illinois)



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Wed Nov 19th 2014

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SENIORITY:
BLAZER SENIORS HOPE TO FINISH CAREER ON TOP AT HOME
  • Birmingham, Ala - It's no secret that the No. 2 UAB Blazers have one of the nations youngest teams. But the Seniors who do play have had the most impact this season especially on the defensive side of the ball. Seniors Tom Cox, Cortez Means and Vince Jones have all brought tremendous leadership and hope to close out their college careers this Saturday at home on a high note when the Gators come to town. All transfers it was only defensive end Tom Cox who got to play two full years. But Vince Jones and Cortez Means cherished every minute as they got to play in Six home games this season. "There's nothing like it. Legion field is exactly what it sounds like, a battle field where our comes come to handle business." Means said. Jones said he thought it was more than a home. "It was our sanctuary, the mile walk to the stadium, the pre game fans and then the show of close to 70,000 screaming for us. Im gonna miss it but more importantly Im gonna make the most of my last game here." All three players have had All American type years and You can see the Blazers play their season day game against the Gators this Saturday at 3:30pm


STANDINGSCONFERENCEOVERALL
SEC - EastW-LW-L
#2 UAB
7-010-0
Georgia
5-3
6-4
South Carolina5-4
6-5
Florida 4-4
6-4
Vanderbilt
2-5
3-7
Tennessee
1-6
2-8
Kentucky
0-7
1-9



Matchup Preview | November 22, 2014
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Florida Gators
(6-4, Away)
#2 UAB Blazers
(10-0, Home)

| FLORDIA AT #2 UAB
PURCHASE TICKETS

UAB CLOSES HOME SCHEDULE OUT AS THEY WELCOME THE GATORS
UAB looks to finish their home portion of the schedule undefeated when they face the speedy Gators this Saturday afternoon at Legion Field. The Blazers have a lot to play for even tho they clinched the Eastern division of the SEC last week at Tennessee. A win moves them one step closer to a third straight BCS title birth. Defensive end Tom Cox is just three sacks away from tying the school's single season record for sacks. He along with Timi McCollum and Cortez Means are all finalist for the Nagurski award. Becuase of their play the Blazers bring in the nations toughest defense allowing just 11.3 points a game. Thats tough for opposing teams who have to try to match the 48 pooints per game the offense scores led by Heisman candidate Adam Dyks and a core of receivers who can all go the distance at any moment. The Gators will try and get out of their recent slump winning just 1 of their last five games after starting the year off 5-0. Back up quarterback J. Woods has been exception after starter B. Jamison got hurt but his inexperience has hurt. The Gators are led by a good defensive front headlined by D. Allen and his 9 sacks. Roaming in the secondary is Thorpe finalist T. Hancock, the defensive back will have his hands full but hope to lockdown his side of the field. Florida possess a lot of speed on offense and could cause trouble if Woods can get his guys the ball.

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THE CAMPUS GAZETTE
UAB UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPER
Saturday Nov 22th, 2014

BLAZERS HOLD ON:

(THIS DYKS TO JACKSON PASS GAVE THE BLAZERS THEIR FIRST LEAD OF THE GAME LATE IN THE 4TH QUARTER)
DEFENSE KEYS FOURTH QUARTER VICTORY
AS BLAZERS STORM BACK TO BEAT GATORS 38-34

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Birmingham, Ala - If the ugly weather did not turn you off, then the play of the UAB Blazers in the first half did as well. A 101-yard D. Stephens opening kickoff return put the Gators up 7-0. Back to back interceptions from Adam Dyks let to 10 more points and mid-way through the second quarter the UAB Blazers found themselves offensively inept and down 17-0.
"We needed a spark but nothing was happening for us." Quarterback Adam Dyks said. The Blazers were penalized 10 times for 100 yards on the day and saw big plays get overturned from penalties. Despite that problem they kept chipping away converting third downs and extending drives in the second quarter and by halftime saw themselves down just 17-10 after Cody Gore ripped off a 45 yard touchdown run just before the half.

Offensively for the Blazers quarterback Adam Dyks overcame the two first quarter interceptions going 14-20 for for 250 yards and two scores. Receivers Travis Jackson and Bill Cooley helped extend drives throughout the game. Jackson grabbed 7-balls for 96 yards and a score while Cooley grabbed 4-passes for 95 yards. But it was the play of tailback Cody Gore who kept the fast Florida defense of balance rushing for over 200 yards and two scores.
The Gators came in with nothing to lose and respect to earn. Quarterback J. Woods played a near flawless game as he started connecting on his first 8 passes but would soon feel the pressure of the countries number one defense completing only 3 of his last 8 passes that included two interceptions. The Gators rush attack was led by C. Gray who rushed for the most yards on the ground this season against the Blazers getting 148-yards and three scores.

The Gators came out of the second half energetic and feeling the upset as C. Gray put them up 24-10 early in the third quarter. The crazy weather was a hassle on the Blazers all afternoon, Vince Jackson took the next kickoff and looked to be going to the house but as he switched the ball trying to stiff arm he lost it and the gators recovered. Gray would take the next play 45 yards for the score and the Gators were celebrating a 31-10 lead at Legion field.
--
(FLORIDA'S C. GRAY SHOWED IMPRESSIVE SPEED AND AGILITY GASHING THE #1 DEFENSE AND HELPING THE GATORS GET A 31-10 LEAD)

It was the worst deficit the Blazers had been in all season, in fact the worst deficit they'd been in at home. But the Blazers came out not panicking. Gore helped the Blazers get to the red zone and Dyks would find Dan Sims for the scoring toss. With some life back in the stadium the Blazers defense clamped down down forcing Florida to a three and out. Cody Gore returned the favor as he burst through the line of scrimmage and down the sideline for a 79-yard touchdown run and in a matter of minutes the Blazers were down just seven 31-24.

As the fourth quarter started the announced crowd of 64,588 finally was back into the game. After a Timi McCollum bone crunching sack Woods would make his first mistake of the day throwing a interception to Harvey Nelson who would return it 33 yards for the score and just like that the Blazers scored 21 straight and were back in the game.
--
(GORE GOT THE SHOW STARTED WITH HIS 79 YARD RUN, THEN NELSON STOLE THE GATORS MOMENTUM WITH THE PIC SIX)

"We just couldn't get any momentum after that three and out in the third quarter." First year Florida Coach Josh Burke said. "That is a team who plays together well and we just didnt that second half."

The Gators grabbed a T. Pratt 53 yard field goal to go up 34-31 with 3 minutes remaining. Momentum and experience got the Blazers back in the game and you could feel the Gators losing the grasp of this upset. Dyks would hit Dan Sims for a quick 20 yards after the touch-back. He would hit Cooley along the right side line for a nother big first down. After two runs by Gore saw the Blazers in field goal range. But the Blazers were going for the win. They would get to the 9-yard line. Dyks would scramble avoiding a sack before firing a bullet to Travis Jackson in the end zone erupting the crowd and giving UAB their first lead of the game 38-34. The stadium was rocking and the energy the Blazers were used to was back. So far for the second half Woods struggled, he got sacked three times and threw a pick six. His struggles would continue as Nelson grabbed his second interception of the game immediately falling down and the Blazers would make the dramatic comeback for the win.

(THIS INT BY NELSON SEALED THE DEAL FOR THE BLAZERS)

The despite the slow start and riddled with penalties the Blazers used great 3rd down precision offensively and defensively holding the gators to just 2 for 6 on third downs while going 8-9 on the day. Rhodes and McCollum led the team in tackles but it was Harvey Nelson who made the bigger plays for the win. Next up is the season finale at Vanderbilt next Saturday.
"Im so proud of my guys." Coach Rhatigan uttered in a lost for words. "At times we were just not catching breaks, but with that said Florida was a veery very talented team. They got some stuff going on over there and will be contenders."

BOX SCORE:
UAB 38 - Florida 34

(RB CODY GORE'S HUGE RUSHING GAME WAS OVERSHADOWED BY THE TREMENDOUS COMEBACK OF THE BLAZERS)
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1234F
#2 UAB (11-0, 8-0)
0
10
14
14
38
Florida (6-5, 4-5)
10
7
14
3
34


Quick StatsUAB
TENN
Total Yards475
336
Passing Yards250
171
Rushing Yards225
165
First Downs16
10
Turnovers2
2
Penalties - Yards10-100
6-65
3rd Down Conversions8-9
2-6
4th Down Conversions0-0
0-0
Sacks3
0
Time of Possession16:15
7:45


Statistical Leaders - UAB
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
A. Dyks
14-20
2502/232
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
C. Gore
21
219
2
79
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
T. Jackson
7
96
1
24
B. Cooley
4
95
0
32
D. Sims
2
52
1
32
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
D. Rhodes
7
00
0
T. McCollum
5
1
3
0
H. Nelson
2
0
0
2 INT

Statistical Leaders - Florida
PassingC-AYardsLong
J. Woods
11-16
171
50
RushingRushesYardsLong
C. Gray
11
148
52
ReceivingRecYardsLong
T. Parker
3
64
44
A. Cameron
2
25
23
DefensiveTacklesSacksTO
R. Bean
11
00
P. Hunter
7
01 INT
J. Clay
5
0



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Nov 22nd, 2014

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KNOCKED BACK:
NITTANY LIONS LOSE GRASP OF DIVISION TITLE AS BADGERS PREVAIL
  • University Park, Pa - The Leaders division was on the line Saturday night. With the winter weather in full effect both the badgers and Nittany Lions dueled in what turned into a **** division championship game. Late in the fourth quarter Penn State was leading 27-23 needing just a first down to close out the game instead lost yards on three consecutive plays before a botched punt putting Wisconsin in scoring territory. With :39 seconds remaining J. Felder caught a diving pass in the back of the end zone for the win and the Division crown for the Badgers.
TOP HEADLINES:
  • Too Close for comfort: Blazers survive Gators
  • OT: Bedlam needs extra time as Sooners prevail over Cowboys
  • Longhorns close out Big 12 South with impressive win over Houston
  • Cal headed to Pac-12 Championship after "Big Game" Win
  • Seminoles keep winning get to 10 wins
  • Huskies fall short of upset bid, lose to Ducks
  • Bowling Green falls for first time this year to Buffalo
  • Bama turning season around, rolls Aggies
  • Huskies shock Spartans one game from Big Ten Championship
  • Jenkins and Georgia Tech squeak by Hokies
  • Fresno State too much for under manned WolfPack
College Football Top 25 Scoreboard:
#1 Oregon over #5 Stanford 24-16
#2 UAB over Florida 38-34
#3 Texas over Houston 38-14
#6 Wisconsin over #23 Penn State 30-27
#7 Iowa over #21 Illinois 33-6
#8 Georgia Tech over #16 Virginia Tech 28-20
#10 Florida State over Maryland 35-21
#11 Oklahoma State falls #13 Oklahoma 37-34 OT
#12 Michigan State falls Nebraska 17-14
#14 Bowling Green falls Buffalo 27-14
#15 Oregon over Washington 35-28
#17 LSU over Ole Miss 28-26
#20 Fresno State over #25 Nevada 38-24
#22 Alabama over Texas A&M 38-16
#24 Georgia over Kentucky 31-14

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TALE OF TWO SEASON'S
HUSKERS COME BACK FROM THE DEAD AND ARE A GAME FROM A BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP BIRTH
  • The Nebraska CornHuskers started the year 0-4 and was 1-5 heading into their bye week. Thats when senior defensive end L. Mckenzie (Pictured Above) Challenged his team. "We were lacking leadership, including myself. We needed to come together and turn this thing around." Coming into this season Head Coach Bo Pelini was fired and Will Webb took over. " Trying to instill my philosophy was tough but Mckenzies leadership helped tremendously." After the by week Nebraska has reeled of five straight wins that include wins over #1 Iowa and ranked Michigan and Penn State. Non was bigger than last weeks 17-14 win over Michigan State, a game where they lost quarterback Fleming for the season and FS J. Jackson for 3-4 weaks with a stinger. A win over Northwestern this weekend will give them the Legends Division title over Iowa and face the Wisconsin Badgers in the Big Ten Championship.
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • #6 Iowa to face #5 Wisconsin in a possible Big Ten Championship preview If Huskers lose.
  • Cal still #1 get ready for Utah with two weeks to prepare for Pac 12 championship
  • Aggies hope to ruin #3 longhorns season in "LoneStar Showdown"
  • Iron Bowl has significance now: #21 Bama looks to spoil #4 Auburn's season
  • L. Jenkins and the #7 Yellow Jackets look to run wild on the Bulldogs
  • Seminoles state case, best one loss team?
  • Miami (OH) controls own destiny in Big East South, win and your in
  • Louisvile hoping for ECU loss to 1-10 USF Bulls team
BCS TALK:
  • It's down to three undefeated teams and although UAB had a close win over Florida they extended their lead on #3 Texas. Perhaps Auburn being 4th has a lot to do with that. Stanford and TCU are the lone two loss teams in the top ten while Auburn, Wisconsin, Iowa, Georgia Tech and Florida State try to state their case for BCS bowl bids as to who are the best one loss teams in the country. Here's this week's BCS Rnakings

BCS
RKTEAMAVGPVSRecord
1Cal1.0000112-0
2UAB.9419211-0
3Texas.9333311-0
4Auburn.8476410-1
5Wisconsin.79016
10-1
6Iowa.76877
10-1
7Georgia Tech
.74088
10-1
8TCU.68279
9-2
9Florida State
.65531010-1
10Stanford.63745
9-2
11Oklahoma.519013
9-2
12Oregon.497715
8-3
13LSU.479417
8-3
14Navy.4603189-1
15Oklahoma State
.421811
8-3
16Utah.411919
9-2
17Fresno State
.388320
9-2
18Bowling Green
.386914
9-1
19Michigan State
.350412
8-3
20Virginia Tech
.260616
8-3
21Alabama.191822
7-4
22Nebraska.1305--
6-5
23Georgia.123324
7-4
24Notre Dame
.0876--
8-4
25Marshall.0584--
8-2




RECRUITING NEWS: ESPN TOP 10 PROSPECTS





PlayerGradePosSchool
1. Travis Wallace
HBWyo, OU, 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:
  • Tar Heels to this point ranks among top classes
  • Troy reels in four 4 Star WR's
  • Ducks lead nation in five star commits with our
  • Crenshaw picks Gator in school Pep rally (5 star WR)
  • 4 Star SS chooses Boston College after visit to Rutgers
  • 4 star Backer Kabral chooses Horned Frogs over Sooners
  • Bama class ranks as nations best

Slightly off the radar is Oklahoma's Senior quarterback Chris Neal. Finally getting his opportunity after sitting behind some great signal callers, Neal has led the Sooners to a 9-2 record and a 6-1 Big 12 conference record. Standing at 6'6 230 he has a commanding presence on the field and his athletic ability matches. He leads the Big 12 in passing yards and is second to Oklahoma State's Patrick Warren in touchdown passes.
  • 4th in NCAA in touchdown passes (36)
  • 2nd in NCAA in passing yards (3,314)
  • 2nd in NCAA in quarterback rating (195.6)
  • leads NCAA in least thrown interceptions (3) min 100 pass attempts



TOP GAMES FOR WEEK 14


#21 Alabama (7-4, 5-3) #4 Auburn (10-1, 7-1)
After a 2-4 start Alabama seems to have fixed the problem winning five straight. Its the Iron bowl and they have owned this game the last few years and now pose a worthy opponent for Auburn who feels a win today and in the SEC championship will give them a shot at the national title. Alabama's defense has been uncharacteristically bad this year ranking 71st in the country. But to counter they keep their defense off the field with the one two punch of running backs G. Childress and T. Corbett both over 800 yards each and combine for 15 scores. Auburn will look for E. White and quarterback J. Darby to keep up with Bama.



College Gameday Game of the Week
#5 Wisconsin (10-1, 6-1) at #6 Iowa (10-1, 6-1)
For the Badgers who already clinched the leaders division a win gives them hopes of possible national championship talks. Iowa on the other hand are playing for a chance to defend last years Big Ten championship. Not only does Iowa need to beat a tough Wisconsin team but they need Northwestern (2-9) to upset the hot CornHuskers later in the day. Iowa, led by Heisman candidate at quarterback Mike Davis have been hot themselves as of late they have the 7th best defense in the country and Davis leads a top 10 offense. Wisconsin will need a better start this week against the Hawkeyes and hope for a more balanced offensive attack on the road.


OTHER NOTABLE GAMES:
Texas A&M (6-5) at #3 Texas (11-0)
#18 Bowling Green (9-1, 5-1) at Toledo (7-3, 6-0)
#7 Georgia Tech (10-1) at #23 Georgia (7-4)
Florida (6-5) at #9 Florida State (10-1)
#22 Nebraska (6-5) at Northwestern (2-9)



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FINISHING STRONG:
BLAZERS UNDERSTAND HOW FINISH
  • Birmingham, Ala - On the cuffs of a two near upsets in the past three weeks the Blazers understand that teams will bring their A game. "We understand whats at stake for us." Head coach Travis Rhatigan said. Just a week after battling back from a 31-10 deficit the Blazers used strong leadership and understood what it took to come back. "It took us not worrying about what happened and focusing on what we can do to get better." Stated linebacker Timi McCollum. The Blazers end the season this Saturday on the road against 3-8 Vanderbilt before a monumental rematch against arch-rival Auburn in the SEC Championship game. "I know some guys are looking to that game but I have stressed all week, just look at how close we've come to defeat against Georgia and Florida, Vanderbilt is a capable team and that needs to be out focus." You can see that game on CBS Sports Network or ESPN3.com
STANDINGSCONFERENCEOVERALL
SEC - EastW-LW-L
(*)#2 UAB
8-011-0
Georgia
6-3
7-4
South Carolina5-4
6-5
Florida 4-5
6-5
Tennessee 2-6
3-8
Vanderbilt
2-6
3-8
Kentucky
0-8
1-10

RECRUITING NEWS:
The Blazers got their fifth commitment of the year and it was a big one, four Star defensive end Scott Gaither chose the Blazers over Iowa and his home state Texas Longhorns.
"I had a great visit last weekend, I loved the city of Birminhgam, the facilities were top notch got to sit in some classes and more importantly the game was amazing." Said Gaither.
By way of Freeport Texas' Brazosport High School the 6'5 240 pound defensive end earned all District as well as All State there. He recorded 19 sacks this past year while leading his high school to the Texas State playoffs. ESPN ranks him the 12th best defensive linemen in the nation. He was rated as the 28th best prospect out of the state of Texas and Texas High School sports has him ranked the fourth best defensive linemen.
"Getting a kid like Scott just lets you where our school ranks among the nations best. We have slowly started to become the school known for good defensive linemen and Scott should add to that legacy. With Tom Cox being a Senior I dont see why Scott cant come in a get a fair shot at playing." ~ Rhatigan






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(3-8, Home)




| #2 UAB at VANDERBILT
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UAB CLOSES OUT REGULAR SEASON WITH A TRIP TO NASHVILLE
UAB experienced a near upset and will look to take out its anger on lowly Vanderbilt this Saturday. The Blazers still have the #1 defense in the country and will look to suffocate one of the worst offenses in the land. Vanderbilt ranks 83rd nationally in yards per games and their 21. points per game average has them ranked 102. The Blazers know not to over look any opponent from the SEC however. Defensive end Tom Cox is still three sacks away from the schools single season sack record. The tandem of linebackers McCollum and Means who combine for 16.5 total sacks will also look to pressure this Vanderbilt offense. Vandy's Phillip Dunlap will look to end a disappointing senior season on a high note the QB has thrown 17 interceptions and 16 touchdowns. The bright spot for Vandy has been pass catchers Calhoun and Edwards who have caught 13 of his 16 touchdown passes. They need to find ways to get them the ball.


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