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Old 11-17-2011, 12:14 AM   #201
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Matchup Preview *|* November 30, 2013
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Texas Tech Red Raiders
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#6 Missouri Tigers
(10-1, Home)
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The #6 Missouri Tigers just lost the Big XII title, most likely their BCS dreams are over if they beat TTech due to the weakness the Red Raiders are in the computer rankings, and the best spot they can land after a 10-1 regular season appears to be the Cotton Bowl.

Texas Tech has a horrible offense and defense, their offense is #35 in the nation in passing but 120th in rushing and their defense is 119th in the nation.

Missouri will be more focused on the scoreboard and thinking about next weekend's conference championships to see if they they can somehow procure one of the two at large spots that will be available.
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Old 11-17-2011, 12:51 AM   #202
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DOUBLE WOW!!!!! Didnt see that coming smh!!
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Old 11-17-2011, 10:21 AM   #203
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DOUBLE WOW!!!!! Didnt see that coming smh!!
I know. It was one of the most painful games to watch as a defensive coordinator, because this entire dynasty I have struggled against passing attacks and Webb didn't just get lucky, he dominated my defense.

Watching the offense get pounded over and over again and having to score 1/2 of the points just to keep it close, ugh. I have never been that dominated when I had a top 15 team before, ever. Make no doubt Missouri should have lost about 52-7.
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Old 11-17-2011, 10:28 AM   #204
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Author note: I used the wrong T. Smith photo, that was from another dynasty I played, and another game. (I was SMU, but I always play the Border War).
I cannot find the correct picture, that's why the uniforms do not match. I noticed it as I reread it today.
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Old 11-17-2011, 10:43 AM   #205
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Hey man great job with this. I just spent like an hour reading through it. Nice work!
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#6 Tigers destroy Red Raiders, TTech ends season 0-12

One week after the Tiger offense could not do anything, the Tigers walked all over the Red Raiders to end the 2013 regular season on a fairly high note.
Despite their BCS title dreams being almost completely crushed, the Tigers ran up the score on Texas Tech 82-21.

The Tigers grossed 522 rushing yards on 52 attempts.

Texas Tech Red Raiders at Missouri Tigers
Nov 30, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Texas Tech Red Raiders (0-11)1470021
#6 Missouri Tigers (10-1)352414982
Team Stats Comparison
TTUMIZZ
Total Offense333796
Rushing Yards29522
Passing Yards304274
First Downs1131
Punt Return Yards0104
Kick Return Yards11760
Total Yards450960
Turnovers32
3rd Down Converstion1-11 (9%)4-7 (57%)
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3-2-04-1-1
Penalties2 for 18 yards7 for 70 yards
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Missouri POTG: D. Steele had 31 carries for 300 yards, and four touchdowns

E. Torres had 17 of 21 passing for 274 yards and 3 TD.
C. Browning had 1 INT and 6 tackles.
C. Jones had 7 tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR, and 1 defensive TD


C. Browning hauls in yet another interception


C. Jones runs in a fumble he forced and then recovered for a touchdown
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Old 11-17-2011, 05:54 PM   #207
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BCS Standings, Top 10 unchanged

Army defeated Navy 23-21
Arkansas defeated Texas 42-20 in the first of many yearly meetings of the old SWC rivalry
Kansas defeated Baylor 32-7
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Old 11-17-2011, 06:11 PM   #208
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Conference championship week

It's that time of year. Conference championship week. The last week any upsets that can change the balance of the national championship, the last time a team has a chance to prove themselves before bowl season.

ACC: #4 Virginia Tech (11-1) at #7 Maryland (11-1)
Big 10: #9 Michigan State (11-1) at #3 Illinois (11-1)
MAC: Toledo (9-3) at Ohio (10-2)
MWC: #21 Fresno State (10-2) at #13 Houston (11-1)
Pac 12: Colorado (6-6) at #1 Oregon (12-0)
SEC: Georgia (6-6) at #19 Alabama (9-3)


Title game rundowns
ACC: Virginia Tech lost the first matchup at home against Maryland and doesn't look to have fixed the holes in their defense. Look for Maryland to gain a similar result and take the Orange bowl bid.

Big East: #11 USF (11-1) is the Big East Champion for 2013
Big XII: #2 Kansas (12-0) is the Big XII Champion for 2013

Big 10: #9 Michigan State (11-1) at #3 Illinois (11-1)
Both teams were embarassed by a top 10 Big 10 team that finished with 2 losses. Illinois seems to have the advantage, and it shouldn't even be close, in the 50-20 range is what early lines seem to believe.


C-USA: Rice (7-5) wins the 2013 C-USA title

MAC Toledo (9-3) at Ohio (10-2)
Ohio and Toledo had comparable results in the year, and it seems to be a tossup for who wins. Toledo is the favorite, so look for Ohio to pull the upset.

MWC
Fresno only lost to Hawaii and Boise State, two prolific passing attempts. Unfortunately Houston has an amazing passing attack, so it should be a long night for the Bulldogs. Look for the Cougars to cinch their first BCS Berth.

Pac-12: Colorado (6-6) at #1 Oregon (12-0)
Earlier this year the Ducks blew out the Buffaloes 41-10 in Boulder. Look for more of the same. However, the Buffaloes did manage to win the Pac-12 South, so they might be able to pull the upset. However early lines are the Ducks being 29 points favorites.

SEC: Georgia (6-6) at #19 Alabama (9-3)
How the mighty have fallen. Georgia started the season as #5, but had a rough road and is now just trying to pull their season back together. If they defeat Alabama they will travel to the Sugar Bowl. Alabama killed Georgia 38-17 early this year in Tuscaloosa, look for more of the same.

Sun Belt: #25 Mid Tenn State (10-2) wins the 2013 Sun Belt title
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