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Old 01-10-2012, 11:45 AM   #505
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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL FINAL
Sept 26th, 2015

BIG HOUSE ROCK
WOLVERINES STEAL THE LUCK FROM THE IRISH
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  • Ann Arbor, MI - Running back Quinton Washington decided to put on a show for the Michigan faithful, he ran for the highest yards total in school history while adding four touchdowns as Michigan routed Notre Dame 62-20. The run game was so good that the wolverines only passed three times the whole game. instead they rushed 40 times for 455 yards 278 by way of Washington. Quarterback A. Mann rushed for 101 yards and two scores. The Irish had no answer for Michigans front seven who grabbed 8 sacks. As a whole the defense forced five turnovers to help Michigan stay perfect on the season.
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Sooners fall big to TCU
  • Fresno out wits Auburn for upset
  • NC State over comes three second half turnovers to upset #6 Utah
  • Louisville's Mackey out with broken elbow
  • Brook's 22 yard field goal saves #2 Badgers from upset of Indiana
  • Huskies hold on, Trojan's let this one slip away
  • Navy improves to 5-0 for second straight year
  • Alabama's Childress 8 yd score the difference
TOP 25 SCORE'S
#2 Wisconsin over Indiana 17-14
#4 TCU over #16 Oklahoma 34-10
#5 Auburn falls Fresno State 23-13
#6 Utah falls NC State 18-13

#7 Cal over Arizona 24-10
#8 Alabama over Arkansas 31-28
#9 Georgia Tech over FCS SE 48-0
#10 Florida over Central Michigan 40-7
#11 USC falls Washington 24-21
#12 Georgia over Texas A&M 38-9
#13 LSU over South Carolina 38-26
#14 Nebraska falls Penn State 31-21
#18 Michigan over #21 Notre Dame 62-20
#19 Air Force falls New Mexico 15-14

#20 Iowa over Pittsburgh 38-21
#22 Michigan State over Tulsa 34-9
#23 Bowling Green fall to Idaho 31-20

#24 Miami over Maryland 40-14
#25 Sanford over Arizona State 41-20
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Old 01-11-2012, 02:32 PM   #506
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Monday Sept 28st, 2015

SOON TO BE FORGOTTEN
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ASPIRATIONS ARE NOW JUST TRYING TO FINISH THE SEASON STRONG:
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  • Bob Stoops and the Oklahoma Sooners started the season of preseason #6, two good wins and the Sooners were up to 4th in the land. But very bad losses to Uconn at Home and then to #4 TCU on the road have the Sooners hoping to rebound and end on a good note. "Yea we're a bit disappointed." Head coach Bob Stoops said. The last two years the Sooners have been in BCS bowl games but its not looking to hot for another trip to one of four site. With Sophomore quarter once a top 5 recruit at quarterback struggling throwing 7 touchdowns as well as 7 interceptions the Sooners still have the Red River shootout game with the #1 Longhorns in two weeks. Bedlam at the end of the year too. This could be a long year for a team considered to be a contender.
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Make or Break for Auburn as they face UAB
  • Iowa and Michigan State prepare for conference Match-up
  • #8 Gators back in the spotlight as they head to Tuscaloosa
  • Boise looks to get back on center stage with trip to Fresno
  • Houston's receiver A. Franks looks forward to matchup with Sooners
  • Big Red tussle: Stanford heads to Husker land for top 25 battle
  • Trojans know they need to contain Cal's Walter for chance


AP Top 25
RKTEAMRECORDPTS
1Texas (38)3-01473
2Wisconsin (21)5-01435
3Oregon (1)3-01397
4TCU (1)
3-01266
5California
4-11248
6Alabama4-01191
7Georgia Tech
5-01185
8Florida
4-01093
9Georgia
3-11028
10LSU1-1860
11Auburn
2-2
833
12Ole Miss
3-0812
13Utah3-1
667
14UAB
4-0555
15Michigan3-0
550
16Iowa3-1544
17USC2-1498
18Michigan State
3-1487
19Nebraska3-1
428
20Oklahoma2-2
349
21Fresno State
2-1
341
22Miami3-1256
23Stanford3-1
237
24NC State
3-1
216
25Purdue3-1
186
  • Dropped from rankings: Air Force 19, Notre Dame 21, Bowling Green 23
  • Others receiving votes: Penn State, Navy, Notre Dame, Illinois, Illinois, Washington, Boston College


RECRUITING:
TOP 10 RECRUITS:





PlayerGradePosSchool
1. Calvin Hendrix *****
HBTOP 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 3
10. Shane Allen
*****
WR
TOP 3

HEADLINES:
  • UAB makes move on Kentucky quarterback Landon Holt
  • Ohio WR Shane Allen down to three
  • #3 Tackle Brandon Fields says its out of Ducks, Sooners
  • Sooners hot on trail of Nations top Athlete
  • Nations top WR Chuck Fenton lwaning towards Badgers
  • Trojans hope #2 DE Glen Arnold stays in state
  • Auburn out in front for Louisiana SS Pete Jenkins



TOP GAMES FOR WEEK 5

#14 UAB (4-0) at #11 Auburn (2-2)
  • For Auburn its make or break, after starting the season #1 two losses have Auburn losing its grip on a SEC West Title. UAB has beaten Auburn four straight times including a SEC Championship thrashing, mediocre play as of late have the Blazers looking vulnerable
#18 Michigan State (3-1) at #16 Iowa (3-1)
  • With Michigan rolling a loss will more than likely hurt. For Michigan State they need to get over the Hawkeye hump. Holloway needs a good game on the ground to help out Anderson and the pass attack. For Iowa, Rhodes has been toating the rock (97.6) but Darby has been more than precise in the pass game (8-1 TD/INT) this will come down to who makes the least mistakes





GAME OF THE WEEK:
#8 Florida (4-0) at #6 Alabama (4-0)
  • The resurgence of both teams now meet. The Gators are now two years removed from the Muschamp era. A competitive team last year now has a chance to get ahead of the SEC. Waller has been throwing all over defenses and his favorite target J. Daniels is a threat. K. Alford leads a fast Dline with four sacks and prove to be a threat on the road at Bama. Bama has been led by a very tough defense. C. Williams (6.0) and J. Sowell (4.0) power this defensive line thats helped force 9 interceptions this season. Childress and Corbett help out the defense with a great ground game. If they can control the ball and keep the Gators off the field they have a chance.

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Thurs Oct 1st, 2015

Blazers Make Final Preparations For Tigers
UAB resumes SEC action at Auburn Saturday apart of CBS Double Header


Freshmen Defensive End Scott Gaither at Practice earlier this week, he leads the team with 4.5 sacks.



BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The UAB football team continued its preparations for Auburn Thursday morning by working out for just over an hour in shorts and helmets at the UAB practice fields.
"Everything's been going well, yesterday's practice was good," UAB head coach Travis Rhatigan said. "Today's practice didn't have a lot to it, but overall the preparation for Auburn has been good."
With Saturday's nationally televised game slated for an 12:30 p.m. ET start, the Blazers will not make the trip to Auburn Hills., until Friday night.
"We want to let them go to class as much as we can," Rhatigan said.
The Blazers are 2-0 at Auburn winning 28-27 and 24-17 before blowing them out twice last season. "We know its gonna be tough there, they are kind of on the ropes and we're coming off a bye week. We need to make sure we come out forcused and ready to go."

EASTCONFOVERALL
#8 Florida
2-04-0
#14 UAB
2-04-0
#9 Georgia
3-13-1
Vanderbilt1-12-3
South Carolina
1-21-3
Tennessee
0-21-3
Clemson
0-1
1-3
WESTCONFOVERALL
#6 Alabama
2-0
4-0
Arkansas
1-12-2
#10 LSU
1-1
3-1
#11 Auburn
1-1
2-2
Mississippi State
1-22-2
#12 Ole Miss
0-0
3-0
Texas A&M
0-3
1-3


Matchup Preview | October 3, 2015
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#14 UAB Blazers
(4-0, Away)

#11 Auburn Tigers
(2-2, Home)
key players
RB Lawrence Long 98.8 ypg 5 TD
RB Mike Starks 8.2 avg
DE Scott Gaither 4.5 sacks
DT Jason Davis 3.5 sacks
Wr Bill Cooley 29.3 ypc
K Cameron Sullivan 6-7 58-long
| #14 UAB at #11 Auburn
PURCHASE TICKETS
(GAME NOTES)
UAB LOOKS TO CONTINUE ITS DOMINANCE OVER AUBURN
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The Blazers are coming off a bye week and are healthy as they travel to Auburn Hills to take on Auburn. In a recent Slump Adam Dyks is licking his chops as he has had some success against Auburn's defense last year. With receivers Travis Jackson, Bill Cooley and Matt Ford the Blazers hope to continue dominance. Tailback Lawrence Long has been the secret weapon of this offense and and his 8.4 yards per carry will definitely be of note to the Tigers.
Auburn's Jeff Darby knows this defense very well getting sacked over 10 times in two games last season. In four games he's thrown 8 interceptions and needs to figure out how to attacked the blazer defense with a unit looking as if they are getting better by the game Auburn may be in trouble. If they can establish the run game tailback Mark Starks is the man to do it with, not as powerful as former Auburn backs but he may be the fastest. He's also averaging over 8 yards per carry and is fourth in conference in rushing yards with 378 yards. As has the previous match-ups this will come down to who get get the momentum early. The MO has been huge in this series, with the home crowd Auburn hopes to keep it.


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Hey man really enjoying following this dynasty! You do a real good job. Good luck against my Tigers!

Sidenote it's not Auburn Hills just Auburn. Auburn Hills is in Michigan
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Hey man really enjoying following this dynasty! You do a real good job. Good luck against my Tigers!

Sidenote it's not Auburn Hills just Auburn. Auburn Hills is in Michigan
lol you know what?? Now that I think about it your right!! I remember hearing Auburn Hills for detroit games lol, thanks for following and good look!!
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THE CAMPUS GAZETTE
UAB UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPER
Saturday October 3rd, 2015

OWNED
BLAZERS MAKE IT SIX AGAINST AUBURN
AFTER A DOMINATING 41-14 PERFORMANCE

(SR. DEFEENSIVE END PHIL MASON AFTER HIS SECOND SACK ON JEFF DARBY)




Auburn, Ala - When the Blazers announced they'd be adding Auburn to the schedule a few years ago coach Travis Rhatigan knew that would be a great pitch to get recruits. Now the Blazers are in the SEC and have a protected rivalry against Auburn. "The pitch to recruits went from, we're playing Auburn, to we'll beat Auburn."
Well now they've beat Auburn six consecutive times thanks to the flawless play of quarterback Adam Dyks and a tough defense.

Adam Dyks was 12-15 for 230 yards and 3 touchdown passes. Running Back Lawrence Long ran for 92 yards on 9 carries and two scores including a 39-yard dazzling sprint that saw him show power, agility and speed on his way to his 7th touchdown of the season. Not a big stat day for the receivers led by Bill Cooler and Matt Ford's three receptions. Cooley and Travis Jackson grabbed touchdowns as well as freshmen Travis Barnes who went 68-yards on this Auburn seconday.

For Auburn, it was the same tune. Jeff Darby has not been successful against the Blazer defense in three outings. He was 9 of 17 for 187 and interception before dumping off a screen to Starks late in the fourth quarter for a 85 yard touchdown bringing his total to 272 yards. He was sacked 9-times on the day and hit more. Starks could only get 24-yards on the ground on 8 carries. He led the receivers with 132 yards and a score. Thomas grabbed 58 yards while Smith hauled in 68 yards.

UAB's Travis Barnes returned the opening kickoff 102-yards for the score but the play was called back due to a clipping penalty. Adam Dyks and UAB then engineered a 6-play 88 yard drive that saw tailback Lawrence Long run in a 1-yard touchdown putting UAB up 7-0. Auburn came out pumped up on office as well. They used a 5-play 80 yard drive for the score. The no huddle had UAB looking confused and back up tailback T. Thompson capped the drive with 8 yard scoring run.
The tables seemed to turn however on the next drive for UAB. Adam Dyks would go over 100 yards passing in the quarter when he found Travis Barnes down the sideline for the 68-yard touchdown pass.
"I just wanted to make a play." Said Barnes whose opening kickoff was called back.
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(EARLY SUCCESS BY DYKS AND LONG OPENED THE DOOR FOR UAB)

The Blazers defense seemed to have it together after Auburn easily drove down the field. The defensive line turned it up a notch blowing Darby up on the read option plays whether he had the ball or not. Facing a third down and 3, Darby and the Auburn offense just avoided a interception by RS-Freshmen Matt Gatewood, the colision by strong safety Dominique Rhodes would be the reason. UAB would go on to grab two more Dyks touchdown passes to go into the half up 28-7.
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(TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS BY JACKSON AND COOLEY HELPED UAB GO INTO THE HALF UP BIG)

The Blazers poured it on in the quarter. Auburn first drive saw the Blazers get two straight sacks, on third down defensive end Scott Gaither grabbed his 5th sack on the season when he hit Darby forcing a fumble that saw MLB Timi McCollum recover for the Blazers. A holding penalty backed UAB up but that didnt hurt as tailback Lawrence Long went in for his second touchdown of the day as he made an amazing 39-yard touchdown run. The next drive UAB's defense was not done harassing Darby, Auburn would have some success moving the ball but a blind side hit from defensive end Phil Mason forced a bad pass that strong safety Dominique Rhodes intercepted giving the ball back to the Blazers. Adam Dyks would get another good drive passing the ball but the Blazers would stall out and kick a field goal to go up 38-7 heading into the fourth quarter.
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(THIRD QUARTER TURNOVERS SEALED THE DEAL FOR A BLAZERS WIN)

In the fourth the Blazers would bring in their two's working on running down the clock. Auburn would grab another score but by then it was too late as UAB players celebrated on the field after a dominating performance. Rhodes would lead the Blazers in tackles. Phil Mason, Scott Gaither and Marcus Leak all grabbed 2.0 sacks a piece. Rhoden and McCollum both had a sack. The Blazers held Auburn's Rushing attack that averaged 198 yards per game to just 16 yards. Auburn was just 5-14 on third downs while UAB was 6-9.
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(TO THE TUNE OF 9-SACKS, UAB'S DEFENSIVE FRONT WAS UNSTOPPABLE)
The Blazers prepare to head to Clemson next week.

BLAZER RECAP
#14 UAB (5-0; 3-0) 41
#11 AUBURN (2-3; 1-2) 14

Final Stats| Notes | Quotes
Photo Gallary | Post Game News Conference

(FRESHMEN MATT GATEWOOD AND THE UAB SECONDARY CONTINUE TO PROVE THEIR WORTH BREAKING UP MULTIPLE PASSES ON SATURDAY)


1st2nd3rd4thF
UAB
14
14
103
41
AUB
7
0 0
7 14

Stats ComparisonUAB
AUB
First Downs 12
12
Rushing Att.-Yds 23-130 25-16
Passing Yds 230
272
Passing (C-A-I) 12-18-0 10-18-1
Total Offense 360 280
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1
Penalties-Yds 2-25 6-60
3rd-Down Conv 6-9 5-14
4th-Down Conv 0-00-1
Time of Possession 13:04 10:56

UAB
Stat Leaders AUB
L.Long - 92
Rushing M. Starks -24
A.Dyks - 230
Passing J. Darby - 272
M.Ford - 55
Receiving M. Starks - 132








DEFENSE



UAB

Tackles/Sacks/INT

AUB

D.Rhodes

5/0.0/1

C.Harmon
5/0/0
M.Leak

5/2.5/0

D.Bryant
4/0/0
S.Gaither

4/2/0

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ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL FINAL
Oct 3rd, 2015

SPARTANS FAIL:
HAWKEYE'S STILL PROVE TO BE TOP DOGS OVER SPARTY:
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(ONE OF FIVE FORCED INTERCEPTIONS SATURDAY AFTERNOON)
  • Iowa City, IA - A all around performance from the Hawkeye's helped them to improve to 1-0 in conference play. L. Rhodes rushed for 155 yards while the defense grabbed 5 interceptions. Michigan State and quarterback N. Anderson had no answer for the swarming defense. The Spartans now fall to 3-2 and 0-1 in Big Ten play.
AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Tide Roll Gators improve to 5-0
  • Trojans get past Golden bears behind Stanley's 160 yards rushing
  • Burns key in Ducks route
  • Boise back on track, shut down Fresno State
  • Irish bounce back, improve to 4-1 in conference play
  • Stephens passes Huskers over Stanford
  • Navy avenges last years Air Force loss move to 6-0
  • Longhorns outlast Missouri
  • Three OT's is what the Canes needed to get by Orangemen
TOP 25 SCORES:
#1 Texas over Missouri 38-31
#3 Oregon over Colorado 41-14
#4 TCU over SMU 35-3
#5 Cal falls #17 USC 38-24
#6 Alabama over #8 Florida 56-13
#9 Georgia over Florida International 31-6
#10 LSU over North Carolina 34-16
#11 Auburn falls #14 UAB 41-14

#12 Ole Miss over Clemson 24-14
#13 Utah over Washington State 31-10
#15 Michigan over Utah State 31-21
#16 Iowa over #18 Michigan State 38-17
#19 Nebraska over #23 Stanford 24-16
#20 Oklahoma over Houston 48-14
#21 Fresno State falls Boise State 27-9

#22 Miami over Syracuse 47-41 OT
#24 NC State falls Florida State 30-22

#25 Purdue over Rutgers 41-14
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