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Old 12-13-2011, 02:33 AM   #265
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Tigers use 21-8 fourth quarter to beat upset minded Sooners

Rivals have a way of ruining seasons for teams. The better your year, the more they want to beat you and spoil it. Take Oklahoma. They were 4-4, on their way to a mid-tier bowl at best. But for 3 quarters they kept the #2 team in the nation on their toes, and had it not been for an untimely fumble and interception the game might have turned out differently.


Missouri took a 10-0 lead early on, but B. Williams broke free and 84 yards later it was a 10-7 ball game.

B. Williams was a major player in this rivalry matchup

Missouri kept trying to break the game wide open, but their defense could not stop Williams, who kept running it downhill, and got the Sooners ahead 14-10 early in the second period.



B. Williams gets Oklahoma a 14-10 lead with this rushing TD


Missouri kept pushing, and went into the fourth quarter ahead 31-27. M. Wilson scooped up a forced fumble and got Missouri great field position which got them a 38-27 lead with 6:50 left in the game.



M. Wilson scoops up the fumble that gets Missouri some breathing room

Oklahoma tried to make it close again, but K. Hall intercepted a picture perfect pass and returned it for 6. And with a 45-27 lead Missouri was destined to stay ahead for good.

K. Hall once again puts his touch on a game with a key INT for a pick 6


Missouri POTG: E. Torres 26-38 for 310 yards and a 4 TD, 0 int, and 12 carries for 49 yards and a TD
D. Steele had 31 touches for 156 yards and a TD
K. Hall had 8 tackles, 1 INT, 1 defensive TD, and 1 FF

Oklahoma POTG: B. Williams had 20 carries for 213 yards and 2 TD
E. Humphrey had 14 tackles, 3 sacks, and 9 TFL

Oklahoma Sooners at Missouri Tigers
Nov 1, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Oklahoma Sooners (4-4)7137835
#2 Missouri Tigers (6-0)101472152
Team Stats Comparison
OKLAMIZZ
Total Offense476538
Rushing Yards221218
Passing Yards255320
First Downs2328
Punt Return Yards1023
Kick Return Yards1847
Total Yards504608
Turnovers20
3rd Down Converstion4-911-16
4th Down Conversion0-01-1
2-Point Conversion1-10-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3-1-07-5-0
Penalties2-145-31
Posession Time
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGOKLAMIZZ
4:47(MIZZ) C. O'Connor 46 yard FG03
1:06(MIZZ) D. Steele 3 yard rush (PAT)010
0:44(OKLA) B. Williams 84 yard rush (PAT)710
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGOKLAMIZZ
6:09(OKLA) B. Williams 57 yard rush (PAT)1410
4:26(MIZZ) S. Smith 23 yard pass from E. Torres (PAT)1417
2:34(OKLA) J. Smith 1 yard rush (missed PAT)2017
0:42(MIZZ) B. Hannah 4 yard pass from E. Torres (PAT)2024
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGOKLAMIZZ
6:30(MIZZ) E. Torres 2 yard rush (PAT)2031
5:14(OKLA) J. Smith 56 yard pass from B. Bell (PAT)2731
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGOKLAMIZZ
6:50(MIZZ) M. Haynes 5 yard pass from E. Torres (PAT)2738
5:52(MIZZ) K. Hall returned interception 32 yards (PAT)2745
4:57(OKLA) A. Thomas picked up a fumble and ran 6 yard for a TD (2point conversion good)3545
2:13(MIZZ) M. Smith 6 yard pass from E. Torres (PAT)3552
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Old 12-13-2011, 02:57 AM   #266
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#1 Ohio State Falls, who will be #1??
#12 Wisconsin (7-1) just threw a giant monkey wrench into the BCS standings that are due out tomorrow evening.
The Badgers defeated the #1 team in the BCS soundly 35-10, which means there will be a new #1. Odds are Missouri takes that spot unanimously, as voters and computers alike seem to have little respect for the undefeated and defending national champion Kansas Jayhawks.
With Notre Dame throttling Navy there are 4 undefeated teams left.

Missouri: 7-0 with wins over two currently ranked squads (#13 & #14), 4 of their 7 opponents are above .500, and one of those opponents has only lost to #14 Arkansas (8-1), #2 Missouri (7-0), and #3 Kansas (8-0). One ranked opponent left (#3 Kansas)

Kansas: 8-0 with no wins over ranked competition. Only two wins over teams that are above .500. Defending national champions. One ranked opponent left (#2 Missouri)

USF: 7-0 with 3 wins over competition above .500, no wins over ranked opponents. Only one winning opponent left (Cincinnati (4-2))

Boise State: 8-0 with one win over ranked competition (1 loss #15 Fresno State). 2 wins over teams above .500, and have 3 teams with winning records left.

Missouri and Kansas are likely to take #1/#2, but the big question is if they all win out until Missouri plays Kansas, who takes over #2 when one of those two arch-rivals fall?

Top 25 results for weekend of November 1st, 2014
Results
#12 Wisconsin (7-1) routed #1 Ohio State (7-1) 35-10
#2 Missouri (7-0) defeated Oklahoma (4-5) 52-35
#3 Kansas (8-0) beat Oklahoma State (5-4) 59-28
#4 USF (7-0) slipped past Pittsburg (4-3) 16-0
#6 Oregon (7-1) throttled Washington State (0-9) 45-7
#8 Michigan State (6-1) beat Nebraska (2-6) 28-18
#9 Virginia Tech (7-1) beat Duke (3-5) 56-35
#11 Penn State (7-1) beat Illinois (3-5) 34-21
#13 Michigan (6-2) beat Indiana (1-7) 37-35
#14 Arkansas (8-1) beat Iowa State (3-5) 56-24
#15 Fresno State (8-1) beat Colorado State (4-4) 30-14
#16 Georgia Tech (7-1) throttled UCF (4-5) 35-10
#17 Rutgers (7-1) slipped past Purdue (4-4) 32-29 in OT
Kentucky (5-4) upset #18 Mississippi Stater (5-3) 35-30
#19 LSU (6-2) whomped Auburn (3-5) 44-20
Stanford (6-3) upset #21 USC (5-3) 45-21
#22 Ole Miss (6-3) beat #23 Texas A&M (5-3) 35-16
#24 South Carolina (4-3) beat Tennessee (4-5) 37-17
25 Mid Tenn State (6-1) thumped FAU (3-5) 49-7
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Old 12-13-2011, 03:16 AM   #267
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Coaches Top 25, BCS Top 10

As expected Missouri was the unanimous #1, Kansas #2, and USF #3 in all the major polls. Unless something unexpected happens between now and November 29th, expect the top 4 to remain the same.

There are a ton of good 1 loss teams out there.
The Big 10 Leaders division is loaded with #8 Ohio State, #10 Wisconsin, #12 Penn State, and #17 Rutgers all 7-1. Penn State has yet to play any of the other three, who have all beaten each other. If the other three all win out it will be up to the BCS to decide who faces the Legends division winner for the Big 10 title.

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NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 2, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
12Missouri (37)701598
23Kansas (21)801459
34USF (2)701384
45Boise State (1)801258
56Oregon711086
67TCU711035
78Michigan State611020
81Ohio State71996
99Virginia Tech71937
1012Wisconsin71925
1110UCLA71889
1211Penn State71843
1313Michigan62755
1414Arkansas81711
1515Fresno State81669
1616Georgia Tech71627
1717Rutgers71587
1819LSU62474
1920California71474
2022Ole Miss63395
2124South Carolina43320
2225Mid Tenn State61307
23--North Carolina62214
2418Mississippi State53174
25--Ohio81169



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NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 2, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
12Missouri701.0000
23Kansas80.994
34USF70.989
45Boise State80.981
56TCU71.972
67Oregon71.969
714Wisconsin71.965
81Ohio State71.958
98Michigan State61.954
109UCLA71.947


The Big XII has 2 teams, the Big 10 has 3, the Pac-12 has 3, the MWC and Big East each have 1. Oddly enough the ACC and SEC have no teams in the top 10.
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How do you like the 3-4 compared to the 4-3? I find the 3-4 to be much more dominant but it takes very specific player types.
I am actually running the 4-2-5 right now since I was unable to recruit the talent I needed to run a beast 3-4. 3-4 is definitely powerful, but you need speed in your linemen and quick moving LB's or else you cannot collapse the power for passing. If I could get a little better LB's recruited I will move back to the 3-4, but I was simply outgunned with all the spread offense's I was facing. I went 3-3-5 a few years ago, with a new coordinator I brought in a new system, but 4-2-5 and 3-3-5 are very similar and I run them also the same way minus a few things.

I would chose the 3-4 predator as the most powerful overall of 4-2-5/4-3/3-3-5, but I really like the versatility of 4-2-5/3-3-5.
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Matchup Preview | November 8, 2014
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(6-2, 4-0 Away)
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(7-0, 3-0 Home)
Game Notes
Missouri leads the series 3-1 all time, their only loss a 22-6 loss in 1971.

Missouri and Army have not played since their 1981/1982 series, which Missouri swept 2-0.

Army is running the dangerous option and has a very quick quarterback and halfback combination. However, the Tigers defense is strong and usually very good against the run unless they need to also focus on the pass. Unless Army can cause Missouri to protect against the pass expect 8 in the box the entire game, and as talented as Missouri is that means few yards.

Projection: Missouri 44, Army 14
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Tigers to play LSU in Chick Fil'A Kickoff for 2015

The Big XII's battle with the SEC continues, as one of the Big XII's best will kickoff the 2015 season against one of the most talent laden teams in the SEC, LSU. While this year LSU is not at the top of the charts they have a lot of young talent that looks to make them hard to beat next year, in what will most likely be a meeting of two top 5 teams.

Missouri's 2015 schedule is half full, with 2 teams left to schedule. Apparently the Army/Missouri series might continue and not just be a one-off for this year.

Missouri and USC have apparently been talking about a home and home, or a single game between them at a neutral sight. If it comes about we could be looking at USC vs Missouri game in the Rose Bowl Stadium in 2015 or 2016. Stanford is also on the list, due to Missouri wanting to get rid of their 0-1 record vs Stanford from the 1971 season where they got walloped 19-0.

Missouri is also apparently in talks with Rice and North Texas. While some fans may scoff at the idea of playing a weak OOC opponent, the truth is Missouri has not backed down at scheduling anyone lately, so a weak opponent would be a chance for fans to enjoy beating up a non-conference foe without so much at stake.
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Mackey and Leftwich to return against Army
Safety Darren Mackey and Wide-reciever Wes Leftwich have both been cleared for playing against Army this weekend.

According to reports Darren Mackey was failing his College Algebra and General Chemistry classes, but has managed to raise his grades to acceptable levels.

Wes Leftwich was implicated in a book-scam, however his name has since been cleared and he is cleared to play.

DJ Washington and Ian Simon are still not cleared to play, and sources indicate that Washington will most likely not be allowed back on the team this year.
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I am actually running the 4-2-5 right now since I was unable to recruit the talent I needed to run a beast 3-4. 3-4 is definitely powerful, but you need speed in your linemen and quick moving LB's or else you cannot collapse the power for passing. If I could get a little better LB's recruited I will move back to the 3-4, but I was simply outgunned with all the spread offense's I was facing. I went 3-3-5 a few years ago, with a new coordinator I brought in a new system, but 4-2-5 and 3-3-5 are very similar and I run them also the same way minus a few things.

I would chose the 3-4 predator as the most powerful overall of 4-2-5/4-3/3-3-5, but I really like the versatility of 4-2-5/3-3-5.
Yeah that is when I was hinting at when I said you need specific players. Do all the Texas schools offer alot of competition recruiting wise?
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