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Old 01-06-2012, 11:26 PM   #497
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Just got caught up. Epic dominate win over Cal.
To bad we couldn't have seen the 2014 Kansas Jayhawks from my dynasty vs your 2014 Blazers, it would have been EPIC!
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Good luck with 2015.
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Just got caught up. Epic dominate win over Cal.
To bad we couldn't have seen the 2014 Kansas Jayhawks from my dynasty vs your 2014 Blazers, it would have been EPIC!
HAHA

Good luck with 2015.

I was just thinking about that to, to bad we cant have our offline dynasty teams play each other, that would be something,
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I was just thinking about that to, to bad we cant have our offline dynasty teams play each other, that would be something,
lol true that would be fun, I may lose a couple this year, this team defensively isnt as good, plus my star free safety is out for the year. Had some close games, but Im telling yall that 2014 squad wouldve been tough for anyone to score on them lol that was my best team in all of my NCAA dynasties dating back to 2005 lol
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THE CAMPUS GAZETTE
UAB UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPER
Saturday September 19th, 2015

AIR JORDAN
WITH HELP FROM THEIR DEFENSE SOPHOMORE KICKER SHANE JORDAN KICKED IN THREE FOURTH QUARTER FIELD GOALS IN A 30-24 WIN OVER MISSISSIPPI STATE:

(SHANE JORDAN WENT 3-3 ON FG'S AND 3-3 ON XP'S)


Starksville, Miss - Freshmen Tailback Lawrence Long was knocked out the game, then Mississippi State tightened up on Dyks and company. But when he got his chances sophomore kicker Shane Jordan made them count, in the tune of three fourth quarter field goals to help the Blazers (4-0, 2-0) inch past the Bulldogs (1-2, 0-2) 30-24 heading into their bye week.
"Thats my job." Jordan said after the game. "When they call on me I'm expected to make it." Jordan was top five in the nation last season in field goal percentage. He also booted six touch backs in today's game.

The Blazers, who started so fast this season in the passing game has not been as dominate as of late. Quarterback Adam Dyks was just 7-16 passing and threw one interception. He did throw two touchdown passes to Matt Ford and Travis Jackson. Ellis Fox led the run game with 87 yards on 14 carries including a 23 yard run setting up the go ahead field goal putting UAB up 27-24.

Coming off a bad game to Auburn last week quarterback Sean Anderson made up this week throwing 17-24 after just 8-20 last week, but three interceptions including two in the second half stalled the Bulldogs from pulling away. Not much noise yards wise in the run game Bryant and Brown still found the end zone for the bulldogs. Johnson led the receivers with 3-receptions for 52 yards and a score.

It was Johnson who started the game off on a high note Mississippi State. Facing a 3rd and 12, he got passed Harvey Nelson on a 24 yard touchdown reception. Dyks and UAB would answer back, looking like it would be a great day Dyks would go 3 for five on the opening drive ending in a Travis Jackson 10-yard touchdown catch tying the game at 7-all. The teams would go back and forth during a hard hitting second quarter. Both quarterbacks exchanged exchanged interceptions in the period but in similar fashion saw both back-up running backs find pay dirt to go into the half tied at 14.
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(A HARD HITTING AND PHYSICAL SECOND QUARTER HAD BOTH TEAMS TIED AT HALFTIME 14-14)

The second half started like the second quarter, as the teams put great pressure on both quarterbacks. UAB struggled a bit as Dyks missed some easy passes to receivers, while Anderson for Mississippi State was taking on big time hits from their option attack. After a 48 yard field goal that put Miss. State up 17-14 Adam Dyks finally hit his go to guy Matt Ford who just out ran the coverage on a perfect 61-yard touchdown putting UAB up 21-17. Ford has now scored in all four of UAB's games this season.
A interception to start the fourth quarter saw Shane Jordan pout UAB up 24-17.

(MATT FORD CONTINUED HIS TOUCHDOWN STREAK WITH THIS 61-YARD SCORING PUTTING UAB UP 24-17)

Mississippi State stormed back using its spread option attack. "They were putting great pressure right up the middle on us." Quarterback Sean Anderson said. "So we decided to stop the read and run the regular option." That change saw the Bulldogs get to the edge several times on the drive eventually ending in a Jimmy Bryant 8-yard touchdown run tying the score at 24.
No real passing game to this point despite that 61 yard scoring toss, Dyks was 6-15, UAB tried to soften up the Mississippi State defense. As the defense krept back closer to the line facing a 3rd and four Dyks would use a great play fake hitting Bill Cooley for a 56 yard gain, it was the second time the two hooked up for a 50+yard passing play on the day. Facing a 3rd and 25 after the big pass play, a draw saw Ellis Fox get UAB back in field goal range gaining 23 yards. A Shane Jordan 44 yard field goal would end the drive putting UAB back up 27-24.
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(BILL COOLEY MADE A BIG TIME 56-YARD CATCH ON 3RD DOWN, ELLIS FOX WOULD ALSO HELP GET UAB IN FG RANGE)

The Blazers defense would do what they've done all season and thats step up in the crucial moments in the fourth quarter. Defensive end Scott Gaither, who had a great game against the option attack would grab a big time sack, then A interception on second down by Adam Love, which was his 16th tying the school career record got the Blazers the ball in position to run out the clock. Ellis Fox would help grind the time down and Shane Jordan with 22- seconds remaining would kick in a 31-yard field goal. With no timeouts Mississippi State was forced to throw which resulted in Free Safety Josh Brown ending the game with a interception.
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(THE DEFENSE USED TIMELY PLAYS ONCE AGAIN THIS WEEK TO HELP SECURE THE WIN)

The Blazers welcome a well needed bye week before traveling to Auburn Hills to face the Tigers.

BOX SCORE:
#19 UAB 30 - Mississippi State 24

(LINEBACKER TIMI MCCOLLUM IS STARTING TO HIT MID SEASON FORM GRABBING 8 TACKLES AND TWO SACKS SATURDAY AGAINST MISSISSIPPI STATE)
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#19 UAB (4-0, 2-0)
0
14
7
9
30
MISS ST (1-2, 0-2)
7
7
10
7
24


Quick StatsUAB
MISS ST
Total Yards321
232
Passing Yards232
160
Rushing Yards89
72
First Downs10
13
Turnovers1
3
Penalties - Yards5-45
0-0
3rd Down Conversions3-8
5-10
4th Down Conversions0-0
0-0
Sacks3
1
Time of Possession10:18
13:42


Statistical Leaders - UAB
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
A. Dyks
7-16
232
2/161
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
E. Fox
14
87
1
23
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
B. Cooley
2
101
0
56
M. Ford
2
78
1
61
T. Jackson
2
37
1
27
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
T. McCollum
8
2.0
3
0
D. Rhodes
8
0
2
1 INT
S. Gaither
5
1.0
4
0

Statistical Leaders - Mississippi State
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
S. Anderson
17-24
160
1/3
24
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
J. Bryant
9
28
1
10
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
K. Glover
4
46
0
18
J. Johnson
3
52
1
24
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
A. Lamb
7
0
0
0
K. Jackson
5
00
1 INT
G. Davis
5
1.0
0
0


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Old 01-09-2012, 01:54 PM   #501
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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL FINAL
Sept 19th, 2015

PAVE LOW
BADGERS USE TOUGH RUSH ATTACK TO OUT-PACE 'HERD:
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  • Madison, WI - The Badgers rolled to 261 yards on the ground and 6 touchdowns to hold off a feisty Marshall squad 59-36 to improve to 4-0. Heisman hopeful P. Garrett and backup A. Howard both went over 100 yards. It was Howard's 5 rushing touchdown that helped the Badgers escape. Marshall quarterback A. Miller played a decent game throwing three touchdowns for 337 yards but three turnovers in the tune of interceptions helped bucky and the camp Randall crowd take over.
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Tide out play Bulldogs
  • Sooners, Hawkeye's and Cardinal apart of monumental upsets
  • Yellow Jackets roll Seminoles in ACC play
  • Gators improve to 3-0 keep streak against Vols alive
  • Stephens has career day for Huskers
  • Ole Miss squeaks past Fresno
  • Burns and Ducks continue to roll
  • Bowling Green route Boilemakers
TOP 25 SCORES:
#1 Texas over FCS E 63-0
#2 Wisconsin over Marshall 59-36
#3 Oregon over Houston 48-17
#4 Oklahoma falls UConn 38-21
#6 Iowa Falls UTEP 35-21
#7 Auburn over FCS MW 56-14
#8 Georgia falls #13 Alabama 31-21
#9 Utah over Washington 34-31
#10 Cal over Arizona State 42-28
#11 Georgia Tech over Florida State 38-10
#12 Florida over Tennessee 37-31
#14 USC over Washington State 30-21
#15 LSU over Arizona 42-24
#16 Nebraska over Southern Miss 38-3
#17 Stanford falls UCLA 33-30 OT
#18 Ole Miss over #25 Fresno State 28-24
#19 UAB over Miss State 30-24
#20 Michigan over Louisville 42-20
#22 Purdue falls Bowling Green 41-24

#23 Notre Dame over Troy 24-17
#24 Michigan State over Memphis 38-35

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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL LIVE
Monday Sept 21st, 2015

ROLLIN' UP THE CHARTS
BACK TO THE BASICS FOR BAMA:
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  • For some schools 8-5 is a great year, it guarantees a bowl game a winning season. But in Tide country its a failed season. Sure it was a tough year, but we finished strong and that has helped our early success this season." Coach Nick Saban stated. After a 3-0 start the Tide are ranked #8 in the country and seem to ready for their next three weeks when they face the Gators and Ole Miss, both undefeated as well. A 31-13 win at Boise Started the season and Last week's 10 point win over Georgia was a thing of beauty as the tide got back to the basics.
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • SEC, most competitive conference?
  • OU looks to rebound at #4 TCU this week
  • Arkansas knows game with Bama could go a long way
  • Upbeat Gators dont want to over look 2-0 Central Michigan
  • Rivalry revisited as #18 Michigan host #21 Notre Dame
  • Badger Backs: Howard and Garrett provide a 1-2 punch for #2 Wisconsin


AP Top 25
RKTEAMRECORDPTS
1Texas (34)3-01471
2Wisconson (21)4-01422
3Oregon (4)3-01413
4TCU (1)2-01280
5Auburn2-11209
6Utah3-01205
7Cal3-1
1177
8Alabama3-0
991
9Georgia Tech
4-0
985
10Florida3-0
950
11USC2-0
883
12Georgia2-1
820
13LSU2-1
744
14Nebraska3-0
734
15Ole Miss
3-0
659
16Oklahoma2-1
585
17UAB4-0
466
18Michigan2-0
434
19Air Force
2-0
417
20Iowa2-1
338
21Notre Dame
3-1
298
22Michigan State
2-1
280
23Bowling Green
2-0
239
24Miami2-1
179
25Stanford2-1
112
  • Dropped from rankings: Purdue 23, Fresno State 25
  • Others receiving votes: Ohio State, Purdue, Fresno State, Navy, Illinois, Boston College


RECRUITING:
TOP 10 RECRUITS:




Player Grade Pos School
1. Calvin Hendrix *****
HB TOP 3
2. Josh Fletcher
*****
HB
TOP 3
3. Adam Hickman
*****
ATH
TOP 5
4. Chuck Fenton
*****
WR
TOP 3
5. Ryan Prince
*****
WR
TOP 3
6. Alex Petty
*****
ATH
TOP 8
7. Bryan Ashley
*****
WR
TOP 3
8. Michael Battle
*****
WR
TOP 3
9. Jimmy Johnson
*****
WR
TOP 5
10. Shane Allen
*****
WR
TOP 5

HEADLINES:
  • #2 Middle Backer says Auburn and LSU a big influence
  • Texas Tackle Sean Horton down to three
  • Tennesse Corner up to 13 offers, including UAB, Bama, Oregon
  • #3 DT unveils top 3, Auburn, LSU, Wisconsin
  • Pedro Jude #4 DT likes Sooners despite loss last week
  • WR Michael Yancy looking to stay at home
  • Ohio Defensive End moved Boise into top 3
  • Brandon Miles feeling GT, could be second commit from Carolina



TOP GAMES FOR WEEK 5

#8 Alabama (3-0, 1-0) at Arkansas (2-1, 1-0)
  • Alabama has been stout defensively this season with #6 total defense, They face a very good passing attack from Arkansas. This matchup will see if speed can beat brute force.
#16 Oklahoma (2-1) at #4 TCU (2-0)
  • Big 12 play starts today for these two teams. Oklahoma's terrible loss to UConn last week have some thinking the season may be over. TCU comes in scoring 45 points per game, Not good for a Sooner defense ranked 101st

GAME OF THE WEEK:
#21 Michigan (3-1) at #18 Notre Dame (2-0)
  • Both of these teams can run the football but the key will be quarterback play. Michigan's Andy Mann in two games has thrown 6 touchdowns and only 1 interception, he will be key as most expect Notre Dame to pack the box to stop All Big Ten preseason selection Quinton Washington avg over 6-yards per carry. Michigan's secondary will need another great day. Last week they picked off four passes, this week they face a good Irish receiving core led by Corey Golden and Jamal Shaw both avg over 15 yards per catch. OLB Shannon Burns 5.5 sacks will be something Michigan should be aware of as well.
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Thurs Sept 24th, 2015

Blazers Welcome Two-Day Hiatus Following Wednesday's Practice
Football team goes through light 90-minute workout on Wednesday morning
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Senior Cornerback Adam Love.



BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The UAB football team worked out for approximately 90 minutes on Wednesday morning in shoulder pads and shorts, as it continues making preparations for a SEC matchup at rival AUburn next Saturday night, Oct. 3rd. The contest against the Tigers will be televised live to a national audience on CBS.
"It was a good day," UAB head coach Travis Rhatigan said. "We are still implementing the stuff for the Auburn gameplan. It was a normal Wednesday-type tempo for us. We just shortened it up a little."
With no game on Saturday, the coaching staff decided to give the players Thursday and Friday off from practice, but both days will remain busy during the time off the practice field.
"The players will have to lift and run tomorrow, but they'll be off on Friday," Rhatigan said. "The coaches will be out recruiting and we'll start back up on Sunday, to watch film on them. We got some good out of the last two days. We are going to give them a little time off to get rested and be ready to go.
"I think it's good to have a little change of pace from a typical week. You get into a season and get grinding and do the same thing over and over, so change is good."
One focus for Rhatigan is preparing his offense for a match up against arguably the top defense in the conference. Auburn ranks among the league leaders in nearly every defensive category.
"They do a very good job defensively," Rhatigan said. "They have a good secondary, but they really set the tone with their front seven. We have to make sure we're ready to go, challenge our guys and see how we do."
UAB's quarterback Adam Dyks has struggled a bit passing the last two weeks after starting the season with a 11-2 touchdown to interception ratio in the first two weeks he has thrown 5 interceptions and 4 touchdowns the past two weeks. "I think we'll be fine, Iv'e stared down some receivers and have to understand when to check it down." Dyks said. "When you guys like Ford, Jackson and Cooley running routes for you out there its easy to forget its not pitch and catch and the defense is dropping everyone to cover those guys." The Oct. 3rd contest will kickoff at 12 p.m. ET atJordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala.

EASTCONFOVERALL
#17 UAB
2-04-0
#10 Florida
2-03-0
#12 Georgia
2-12-1
Vanderbilt1-12-2
South Carolina
1-1\1-2
Clemson
0-01-2
Tennessee
0-3
0-2
WESTCONFOVERALL
#8 Alabama
1-0
3-0
Arkansas
1-02-1
#5 Auburn
1-1
2-1
#15 Ole Miss
0-03-0
#13 LSU
0-12-1
Mississippi State
0-21-2
Texas A&M
0-2
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97 defense sounds nice, no one should move the ball on you, my defense last season was 94 and no one moved it, this year after losing three senior starters its a 90. You should just pick a qb and go with him, two qb system may be to difficult.

Ya i may pick one soon, I just like Fullers passing but Mullins' running haha ugh, yea as u see the D is putting it on the teams so far, I mean the first game was alil easy, but allowing on 14 to OSU, And i havent changed any of the settings or AI so i have nooo idea were Triplett is getting this running from haha i mean he was a 5 star when i recruited him, He played in 2014 but red shirted last season, Ryne Brown who had 24 Tds last season and over 1800 yards left early, but oh well, I still have some quality backs, Im about to play Missouri, there O is worse then OSU's and there D is about the same, it is an away game, and Mizz is #13 but i think ill be able to take it. I may have a solid #1 Qb after that game.
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