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Old 08-04-2011, 12:29 AM   #25
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Week 7 Preview

Matchup Preview *|* October 15, 2011
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Iowa State Cyclones
(1-4, Away)
#12 Missouri Tigers
(5-0, Home)
Game Notes
The #12 Missouri Tigers (5-0) are hosting the Iowa State Cyclones (1-4) in their Big XII home opener.
The Tigers managed to stop the Sooners potent offense, and held the helpless Wildcats offense to under 170 yards offense last week. The Cyclones offense is averaging over 345 yards so far this season, but their defense has given up over 40 points a game on average. Missouri Tigers should defend their turf quite readily.



Games to watch in Week 7
#7 Alabama (5-1) at #25 Ole Miss (5-0)
#13 South Carolina (5-1) at #17 Mississippi State (5-1)
#5 Oklahoma State (5-0) at #19 Texas (4-1)
#11 Ohio State (5-1) at Illinois (5-0)
Michigan (5-1) at #6 Michigan State (5-0)
Louisville (5-0) at #23 Cincinnati (5-0)
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Old 08-04-2011, 12:30 AM   #26
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thanks BleedBlue and tony.
That Oklahoma game was one of the best I have played. I was honestly surprised how easy it was to stop the Sooners compared to the first three games.
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Old 08-04-2011, 12:33 AM   #27
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My team is the same way. They play like National Champs against Stanford, USC, and Oregon. And play like a pee wee team against WSU, Arizona, and Kansas.
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Old 08-04-2011, 06:16 PM   #28
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My team is the same way. They play like National Champs against Stanford, USC, and Oregon. And play like a pee wee team against WSU, Arizona, and Kansas.
It is kind of ridiculous, but it does make it fun. If it continues like that I might institute a slider rule, Heisman for tough opponents, Varsity for cakewalks, and AA for regular games.
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Old 08-04-2011, 06:42 PM   #29
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Tigers destroy Cyclones, prepare to host the Cowboys
The stage was set for the Iowa State Cyclones (1-4) to defeat their rivals the #12 Missouri Tigers with the Tigers matchup with the #5 Oklahoma State Cowboys on the horizon but the Tigers took care of business.

The Cyclone's did achieve a few goals as they did not give up a single passing TD and their RB Jeff Woody broke the NCAA longest rush mark with an 80 yard TD.

The game was all Tigers though, as DeVion Moore nailed a perfect and untouched 16 yard TD rush in the first quarter to put them up 7-0. James Franklin and Tj Moe walked the Tigers down the field in range for scores three times in the second quarter, with DeVion Moore getting two TD's on rushes of 4 and 7 yards, and G. Ressel nailed a easy 29 yard field goal with 0:01 left in the second quarter to put the Tigers up 24-0. Every time the Cyclones got some offense going the Tiger defense stepped up, with Z. Gooden getting a key interception early in the 2nd quarter and K. Edwards gaining a key pick early in the 3rd.

Jeff Woody broke the Cyclones offensive issues with a 80 yard power rush that included 3 broken tackles at the start of the 3rd to make it 24-7. DeVion Moore responded with a 27 yard TD strike and the Tigers held on with a K. Edwards interception on the Cyclones next possession to break the Cyclones will.
Missouri finished the game with a Henry Josey TD in the 4th to make it 38-7.

Missouri POTG: James Franklin 19/27, 211 yards, 0 TD
DeVion Moore 21 rushes, 117 yards, 4 TD


Iowa State POTG: Jeff Woody- 15 carries, 121 yards, 1 TD


Z. Gooden with an interception in the 2nd quarter



The Tiger defense harassed Cyclone QB Stelle Jantz all day


Oct 15, 2011 - ISU at MU
TEAM1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Iowa State (1-4)00707
#12 Missouri (5-0)7177738
Team Stats Comparison
ISUMU
130Total Offense356
19Rushing Yards140
111Passing Yards216
7First Downs21
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Around the league after Week 7


Week 7 games to watch results
Louisville took control of the Big East by defeating #23 Cincinnati 41-28
#13 South Carolina whooped #17 Mississippi State 35-14
#5 Oklahoma State destroyed #19 Texas 30-7
#3 Auburn spanked Florida 38-13
#6 Michigan State defeated Michigan 31-21
unranked Illinois defeated #11 Ohio State 38-14


Top 25

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 16, 2011
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLMedia Rank
11Oregon (37)601
22Stanford (22)602
33Auburn (1)704
44Wisconsin (1)605
56Michigan State (1)603
65Oklahoma State606
710Virginia Tech7011
87Alabama6112
99TCU609
108Oklahoma5110
1212Missouri607




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Montee BallHBWisconsin
LaMichael JamesHBOregon
Brandon BoldenHBOle Miss
Silas ReddHBPenn State
Michael DyerHBAuburn
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Week 8 preview


The newly expanded Big 10 is demanding attention with their current lineup of 4 undefeated squads. This weekend is the start of what could be a great ending burst of undefeated matchups.
#5 Michigan State (6-0) is hosting #4 Wisconsin (6-0)
undefeated Illinois (6-0) will be playing rival Purdue
#11 Penn State (7-0) will be playing at Northwestern

Only Michigan State is undefeated in the Legends division of the Big 10 while #11 Penn State (7-0), #4 Wisconsin (6-0), and #18 Illinois (6-0) are all undefeated in the Leaders division.


Games to watch in week 8
#6 Oklahoma State (6-0) at #12 Missouri (6-0)
#4 Wisconsin (6-0) at #5 Michigan State (6-0)
#3 Auburn (7-0) at #14 LSU (5-2)


Matchup Preview *|* October 22, 2011
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#6 Oklahoma State Cowboys
(6-0, 3-0 Away)
#12 Missouri Tigers
(6-0, 3-0 Home)
Game Notes
The last time the Missouri Tigers hosted the Oklahoma State Cowboys was in 2008. The Tigers were 5-0 and #2 in the nation but fell to the 5-0 Cowboys by the score of 28-23. That was a rough year for the Cowboys, as they were a great team but it was the year Texas and Oklahoma and Texas Tech all went 11-1 in the Big XII south and all had legit claims for being the representative of the conference to go to the BCS.

The Tigers have not defeated the Cowboys since 2005 when they invaded Stillwater and walked away with a 38-31 victory.
With both teams controlling their own destiny and the Cowboys featuring a high octane passing attack, which is the Tigers weakness this season on defense, this game looks to be a high scoring contest.


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Old 08-05-2011, 02:15 PM   #32
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Tigers shut down Cowboys, control Big XII

The #6 Oklahoma State Cowboys went into their game with the #12 Missouri Tigers controlling their own destiny. Their only tough game ahead after the Tigers was the Oklahoma Sooners, besides that the schedule was Baylor, Texas Tech, Kansas State, and Iowa State.

Unfortunately for the Cowboys, the Tigers had revenge on their minds. Or possibly it was just fate that the Cowboys chance at a national championship and outright Big XII title was taken away by the team they stole that from in 2009.

The game started with a fumble by Brandon Weeden. The Tigers offense could not capitalize so G. Ressel nailed a 39 yard field goal to put the Tigers up 3-0. The defenses would duke it out through the first half until late in the 2nd quarter K. Jackson intercepted Weeden and returned it for 22 yards, setting up the Tigers. James Franklin tossed TJ Moe a 4 yard TD pass, and the Tigers had a 10-0 lead at the half.

The third quarter was tight with no points or real offense to talk about, but in the 4th quarter the Tigers pulled away with another Ressel FG and Marcus Murphy grabbing an 8 yard catch for a TD.




K. Jackson picks off Weeden late in the 2nd quarter





The Tiger defense harassed OSU QB Weeden all day long



Oct 22, 2011 - OSU at MU
TEAM1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#6 Oklahoma State (6-0)00000
#12 Missouri (6-0)3701020
Team Stats Comparison
OSUMU
95Total Offense276
39Rushing Yards108
56Passing Yards168
5First Downs15


Missouri POTG: James Franklin went 18/27 for 168 yards and 2 TD
K. Jackson had 4 tackles and 1 INT
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