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Old 11-30-2011, 07:03 AM   #233
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Re: When the Defense Roars: Missouri Tigers Dynasty

Results from week 3

Top 25 results from the weekend of September 13th, 2014
Results
#2 Missouri (2-0) defeated #17 Michigan (0-2) 22-17
#4 Kansas (2-0) defeated Duke (1-1) 31-24
#6 Penn State (3-0) defeated Rice (1-1) 49-7
#7 Maryland (2-0) defeated Temple (0-3) 48-17
Washington (2-1) upset #8 Illinois (1-1) 66-28
#9 TCU defeated Washington State (0-3) 29-14
#10 Boise State whooped #14 BYU (1-1) 48-14
#11 USF (2-0) routed NCSU (1-2) 47-10
#12 Virginia Tech (2-1) defeated Florida State (1-1) 16-14
Iowa State (1-1) gunned down #13 Iowa (1-1) 38-28
Mississippi State (2-1) defeated #15 Auburn (1-2) 31-24
#16 South Carolina (1-0) slipped past Georgia (1-2) 30-27
#18 Ohio State (3-0) defeated North Carolina (2-1) 51-30
#19 Florida (1-1) defeated Texas A&M (1-1) 26-23 in OT
#20 Houston (2-0) defeated LA Tech (1-1) 42-14
#21 LSU (1-1) slipped past Tennessee (2-1) 42-40
Purdue (3-0) upset #22 Oklahoma State (1-1) 26-21
#23 Notre Dame (2-1) upended Nebraska (0-2) 28-19
#24 Alabama (2-1) survived Akron (0-1) 28-27
#25 Arkansas (3-0) defeated Texas (0-3) 56-36




Coaches Poll
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 14, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Oregon (36)201500
22Missouri (21)201461
33Wisconsin (1)201375
44Kansas (1)201332
55Michigan State (1)201254
66Penn State (1)301196
77Maryland201156
89TCU201043
910Boise State201017
1011USF20920
1112Virginia Tech21849
1216South Carolina10671
1318Ohio State30579
1419Florida11505
1520Houston20505
168Illinois11488
1714BYU11444
1821LSU11409
1917Michigan02374
2023Notre Dame21343
2124Alabama21305
2215Auburn12298
2325Arkansas30293
24--Washington21289
25--Mississippi State21246



The biggest winner was Ohio State, leaping to #13 on the Coaches Poll after finishing 6-6 last year. The Big 10 as always is looking strong, with 3 top 10 teams, and 5 in the top 16. Michigan only slid 2 spots to #19 after losing a close one to #2 Missouri.

There is no clear favorite yet, but odds are either Missouri or Kansas is the favorite to face Oregon if several teams run the table.
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Old 11-30-2011, 07:24 AM   #234
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Tigers Bye Week features some decent action

Top 25 results from the weekend of September 20th, 2014
Results
#1 Oregon (3-0) defeated Wyoming (1-2) 31-6
#4 Kansas (3-0) defeated New Mexico State (1-1) 37-17
#5 Michigan State (3-0) defeated Eastern Michigan (1-1) 37-20
#6 Penn State (4-0) defeated #20 Notre Dame (2-2) 42-23
#7 Maryland (3-0) defeated Appalachian State 77-7
#8 TCU (3-0) defeated Texas State 49-0
#9 Boise State (3-0) defeated San Diego State (0-3) 55-7
#10 USF (3-0) defeated UL Lafayette (1-2) 28-13
#11 Virginia Tech (3-1) defeated James Madison 56-17
#12 South Carolina (2-0) defeated #21 Alabama (2-2) 49-31
#13 Ohio State (4-0) beat Northwestern (0-4) 55-28
#14 Florida (2-1) romped Tennessee (2-2) 44-27
#16 Illinois (2-1) beat Minnesota (2-1) 28-17
Georgia Tech (2-0) upended #17 BYU (1-2) 31-27
#19 Michigan (1-2) beat Memphis (1-2) 42-28
#22 Auburn (2-2) slipped past Kansas State (1-0) 22-18
#23 Arkansas (4-0) killed Texas Tech (1-2) 66-21
UCLA (3-0) upset #24 Washington (2-2) 30-20



Coaches Poll after week 4
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 21, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Oregon (32)301496
22Missouri (23)201428
33Wisconsin (2)201362
44Kansas (3)301297
55Michigan State (1)301234
66Penn State401188
77Maryland301111
88TCU301051
99Boise State301010
1010USF30936
1112South Carolina20906
1211Virginia Tech31853
1313Ohio State40772
1414Florida21687
1515Houston20670
1616Illinois21589
1718LSU11481
1819Michigan12422
1922Auburn22324
2023Arkansas40312
21--Georgia Tech20240
2225Mississippi State21211
2317BYU12208
2420Notre Dame22186
25--Ole Miss31182


The week off didn't hurt Missouri or Wisconsin, and nothing really changed in the top 15.
Wisconsin has a game against undefeated Syracuse coming up with Missouri has another bye week before facing Arizona State. Wisconsin is a solid #2 in the Harris Poll, while Missouri is #3. Besides that, and USF and Virginia Tech switching places, the Harris and Coaches poll are identical in the top 10.
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Old 11-30-2011, 07:44 AM   #235
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September ends with a lot of unanswered questions
Blame it on Missouri only having 11 games this year due to being unable to schedule a 12th due to the sudden shift to only 8 conference games as year compared to 9. Blame it on whatever you like, but the top 10 has remained fairly unchanged for weeks now. Maryland fell 14 spots, from #7 to #21 after their loss to Wake Forest, and several undefeated teams debuted #23-25, but overall nothing has changed much recently.

Top 25 results from the weekend of September 27th, 2014
Results
#3 Wisconsin (3-0) thumped Syracuse (2-1) 48-20
#6 Penn State (5-0) thumped Minnesota (2-2) 49-27
Wake Forest (1-3) upset #7 Maryland(3-1) 31-30
#8 TCU (4-0) beat California (3-1) 49-17
#9 Boise State whipped Colorado State (2-2) 69-36
#10 USF (4-0) trounced Florida Atlantic (1-3) 35-10
#13 Ohio State (5-0) beat Nebraska (1-3) 44-21
#14 Florida (3-1) owned Kentucky (2-3) 31-13
#15 Houston (3-0) beat Connecticut (0-3) 42-26
#17 LSU (2-1) beat Georgia (1-4) 45-21
#18 Michigan (2-2) beat Miami (4-1) 35-23
#20 Arkansas (5-0) survived Oklahoma State (2-2) 42-49 in OT
NC State (2-3) upset #21 Georgia Tech (2-1) 38-28
#22 Mississippi State (3-1) routed Vanderbilt (3-1) 66-42
Oregon State (4-0) slipped past #23 BYU (1-3) 45-42
Oklahoma (2-2) beat #25 Ole Miss (3-2) 55-48



Coaches Poll Week 5
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 28, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Oregon (40)301504
22Missouri (21)201436
33Wisconsin301370
44Kansas301305
55Michigan State301242
66Penn State501198
78TCU401061
89Boise State401003
910USF40947
1011South Carolina20892
1113Ohio State50825
1212Virginia Tech31813
1314Florida31713
1415Houston30703
1516Illinois21610
1617LSU21566
1718Michigan22521
1820Arkansas50479
1919Auburn22466
2022Mississippi State31369
217Maryland31363
2224Notre Dame22280
23--Fresno State40247
24--UCLA40216
25--Oregon State40203



Heisman Watch

Heisman Watch - Updated: Sep 30, 2014
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Travis WilliamsQBArkansas133/167, 2054 yards, 28 TD, 0 INT
Trey MillerQBNavy220/378 for 3508 yards, 34 TD, 6 INT
Rod SmithHBOhio State218 attempts for 1323 yards, 17 TD
William PalmerHBPurdue107 attempts for 904 yards, 11 TD
John AlexanderHBPenn State58 attempts for 501 yards, 17 TD

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Old 11-30-2011, 08:07 AM   #236
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Matchup Preview *|* October 4, 2014
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#2 Missouri Tigers
(2-0, 1-0 Away)
Arizona State Sun Devils
(4-1, 2-1 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
33.5 (#56)Points Per Game43.0 (#12)
768 (#120)Total Offensive Yards2425 (#6)
442 (#99)Rushing Yards812 (#27)
326 (#120)Passing Yards1613 (#3)
Defensive Stats Comparison
620 (#1)Total Yards Allowed1880 (#99)
141 (#1)Rushing Yards Allowed777 (#95)
479 (#1)Passing Yards Allowed1103 (#97)
Injury Report

C. Anderson- ROLB
Ankle sprain (Probable)

FS. J. Werwerda
Torn Shoulder (Season)
Game Notes
Missouri holds the 5-2 advantage in their series, and now that it is a conference matchup many are thrilled to see how this close series goes over the next few years. Missouri has won the last three games 70-28, 52-0, and 30-9. This one also looks to be a high scoring affair.

Missouri is the heavy favorite, but ASU only lost in a shootout to now #18 Arkansas (5-0) by the score of 55-48. ASU has not scored less than 37 points all season, and besides Arkansas had not allowed a team more than 34 points.

It will come down to how Missouri's defense can hold ASU. If the front 6 can hold then Missouri should easily win this one. Otherwise goodbye national title hopes for the Tigers.


In other games to watch
#1 Oregon (3-0) travels to #24 UCLA (4-0)
#23 Fresno State (4-0) tries to take out #8 Boise State (4-0) in the Game of the Week
Rutgers (3-0) travels to #11 Ohio State (5-0)

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#2 Tigers hold off upset minded Sun Devils
Missouri traveled to face Arizona State's amazing passing attack, and almost got upset by the Sun Devils. While the final score looks like the Tigers did not struggle they truly did, and the stats prove it.

Missouri got on the board first with a touchdown by D. Steele, a short 4 yard run to make it 7-0 with 5:01 left in the first. ASU responded quickly, scoring a TD on their subsequent drive, and then went on a two score roll, taking a 17-7 lead before Missouri capitalized upon an ASU turnover and several penalty calls to tie it at 17 all at the half.



M. Washington accounted for both of ASU's touchdowns

Missouri kept playing hard, and had a 31-17 lead going into the fourth quarter where they played mistake free football and escaped Arizona with a 34-17 victory. On the surface it looks good, winning on the road by 17 against a very good team. However, ASU dominated offensively and has their 5 turnovers to blame, not to mention 7 penalties that gave the Tigers short fields and saved drives. Overall ASU had 17 penalties for 201 yards.



Missouri's saving grace was their pass rush all day, getting 5 sacks and forcing 4 fumbles alone

Missouri POTG:D****ise 6 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 FF
M.Wilson 9 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FF

Missouri Tigers at Arizona State Sun Devils
Oct 4, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#2 Missouri Tigers (2-0)71014334
Arizona State Sun Devils (4-1)7100017
Team Stats Comparison
MIZZASU
Total Offense500648
Rushing Yards237133
Passing Yards263415
First Downs1628
Punt Return Yards031
Kick Return Yards7566
Total Yards575743
Turnovers16
3rd Down Converstion7-14 (50%)8-15 (53%)
4th Down Conversion0-01-3 (33%)
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3-2-03-0-0
Penalties1-1017-201
Posession Time
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGMIZZASU
5:01(MIZZ) D. Steele 4 yard rush (PAT)70
3:59(ASU) M. Washington 21 yard pass from T. Kelly (PAT)77
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGMIZZASU
5:55(ASU) M. Washington 55 yard rush (PAT)714
4:53(ASU) A. Garoutte 45 yard FG717
3:04(MIZZ) D. Steele 23 yard pass from E. Torres (PAT)1417
0:24(MIZZ) C. O'Connor 50 yard FG1717
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGMIZZASU
2:09(MIZZ) E. Torres 6 yard run (PAT)2417
0:34(MIZZ) D. Steele 31 yard rush (PAT)3117
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGMIZZASU
3:08(MIZZ) C. O'Connor 43 yard FG3417
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UCLA upsets Oregon, new #1
#24 UCLA pulled out the big guns this weekend, beating #1 Oregon and helping clear out one of the many undefeated teams.

Top 25 results from the weekend of October 4th, 2014
Results
#24 UCLA (5-0) shocked #1 Oregon (3-1) 24-21
#2 Missouri (3-0) defeated Arizona State (4-2) 34-17
#3 Wisconsin (4-0) pounded Minnesota (2-3) 45-3
#4 Kansas (4-0) destroyed Marshall (0-4) 45-28
#6 Penn State (6-0) slipped past Indiana (1-4) 17-14
#7 TCU (5-0) beat SMU (1-3) 45-21
#8 Boise State (5-0) beat #23 Fresno State (4-1) 35-28 in OT
#9 USF (5-0) beat Utah State (3-2) 44-30
(4-2) beat #10 South Carolina (2-1) 53-46 in OT
#11 Ohio State (6-0) slipped past Rutgers (3-1) 45-37 in OT
#12 Virginia Tech (4-1) beat #21 Maryland (3-2) 41-27
#20 Mississippi State (4-1) upended #13 Florida (3-2) 24-17
Wyoming (2-3) upended #14 Houston (3-1) 23-21
#15 Illinois (3-1) beat Northwestern (0-6) 28-21
#16 LSU (3-1) beat Arkansas State (2-2) 41-11
#18 Arkansas (6-0) beat Kansas State (2-2) 59-52
Vanderbilt (4-1) beat #19 Auburn (2-3) 34-24
#22 Notre Dame (3-2) beat Purdue (4-1) 41-10
USC (4-1) shook down #25 Oregon State (4-1) 47-7



Coaches Poll

The biggest winner right before the BCS Polls come out is the Big 10. They have 3 of the top 5 teams, and 4 of the top 10. Illinois, Michigan, and Notre Dame are also all having good seasons, and this could be the strongest conference in the country right now.

Missouri and Kansas retained their spots as #2 and #4 respectively.
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 5, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
13Wisconsin (34)401498
22Missouri (23)301427
35Michigan State301425
44Kansas (1)401318
56Penn State (1)601316
67TCU501263
79USF501062
811Ohio State601059
98Boise State50993
101Oregon31895
1112Virginia Tech41771
1218Arkansas60645
1315Illinois31633
1424UCLA50595
1516LSU31593
1620Mississippi State41554
1717Michigan22534
1810South Carolina21519
1913Florida32431
2022Notre Dame32362
21--Ole Miss42334
2223Fresno State41219
2321Maryland32215
24--Georgia Tech31214
25--Pittsburg40208
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Haven't read the whole thing yet, but I just read the first season. I love it. I'm from Columbia, MO so I'm always rooting for Mizzou and other Tigers fans. I'm interested if you are going to switch Mizzou to the SEC now that that's official. If you already have I'll find out eventually. Can't wait to get caught up.
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Matchup Preview *|* October 11, 2014
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#2 Missouri Tigers
(3-0, 2-0 Away)
Arizona Wildcats
(3-1, 2-0 Home)
Game Notes
Missouri has not faced Arizona since they hosted them in 1967. Missouri is 3-0 against Arizona all time, and it looks to stay that way this year. Arizona is a weaker team, they have lucked into their 3-1 record by playing weaker opponents so far this year.

Missouri is a 3 TD favorite.
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