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Old 01-25-2012, 12:49 AM   #385
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Ouch, tough loss. Good luck against Iowa State, I'm sure you'll bounce back.
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Old 01-25-2012, 08:46 PM   #386
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Helpless Cyclones fall to #8 Tigers 43-0

Imagine a team, that was 4 games away from a guaranteed shot at the national championship, losing to a team that most called overrated. Now imagine being their next opponent.

Iowa State had no chance, and didn't even put up a fight. The 3rd string cleaned up almost the entire second half, and the Tigers routed the Cyclones 43-0 as they tuned up for their matchup with #1 Kansas (11-0) next week.

Missouri POTG:
N. Bailey was 10 of 19 for 163 yards, 3 TD, and was sacked once.
J. Ross had 23 carries for 108 yards, and 1 TD
D. Washington had 3 tackles, and 2 INT
M. Smith had 5 catches for 83 yards and 3 TD

Iowa State Cyclones at Missouri Tigers
Nov 21, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Iowa State Cyclones (6-4)00000
#8 Missouri Tigers (9-1)151414043
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense129426
Rushing Yards102222
Passing Yards27204
First Downs1125
Punt Return Yards1291
Kick Return Yards1370
Total Yards278517
3rd Down Converstion8-177-11
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion0-01-1
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1-0-05-2-0
Penalties9 for 72 yards6 for 58 yards
Posession Time18:0629:54
Scoring Summary
7:11(MIZZ) M. Smith 21 yard pass from N. Bailey (2pt)80
0:08(MIZZ) M. Smith 51 yard pass from N. Bailey (PAT)150
10:01(MIZZ) D. Washington returned interception 51 yards (PAT)220
1:33(MIZZ) K. Hall returned a punt 49 yards (PAT)290
9:18(MIZZ) M. Smith 38 yard pass from N. Bailey (PAT)360
2:29(MIZZ) J. Ross 4 yard run (PAT)430
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Old 01-25-2012, 10:21 PM   #387
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Things get interesting at the end of the season, 5 undefeated teams remain

Five teams are still undefeated with just 2 games at most remaining for each team.
Ohio State, Kansas, and Georgia Tech all take their top 3 ranking and 11-0 records into games with bitter rivals. Kansas will play at #7 Missouri (10-1) and Ohio State will play at #16 Michigan (7-4). Georgia Tech is primed to be the only team not at risk of losing, hosting Georgia (6-5).

Nevada pulled an upset, beating #5 Boise State 49-46 in overtime after falling behind 35-0 after one quarter. Nevada battled back and won the close game, and Boise State will have to settle for most likely a Las Vegas Bowl bid.

On the BCS front both Ohio and Middle Tennessee State are top 16, and ahead of Big East leaders SMU (8-2, 4-1) and Temple (6-4, 4-2). SMU and Temple play each other December 5th to determine the Big East Champion.

If Ohio and MTSU don't drop a game watch to see if Ohio can leap MTSU based off a strong close in a surprisingly stronger than expected MAC.
Top 25 results from October November 19-21st, 2015
#1 Ohio State (11-0) survived #18 Rutgers (7-4) 13-12
#2 Kansas (11-0) spanked rival Kansas State (5-6) 48-21
#3 Georgia Tech (11-0) stayed perfect over Virginia Tech (5-6) 38-35
#4 Utah (10-1) rebounded to beat UCLA (4-7) 37-35
#12 Nevada (11-0) shocked #5 Boise State (9-2) 49-46 in OT
#6 Air Force (11-0) stutter stepped past San Diego State (2-8) 31-27
#7 Miami (10-2) 20, North Carolina (7-4) 9
#8 Missouri (10-1) 43, Iowa State (6-5) 0
#9 Arkansas (8-4) 58, Mississippi State (2-9) 13
#10 Oregon (8-3) blew the doors off of Washington (5-6) 63-10
#11 LSU (9-2) 55, Ole Miss (5-6) 14
#13 Middle Tennessee State (10-1) 48, North Texas (1-9) 0
#14 Michigan State (8-3) 20, #19 Iowa (7-4) 19
#15 Ohio (10-1) 44, Miami University (5-6) 20
Texas A&M (4-7) 31, #16 Alabama (6-4) 24
#21 Michigan (7-4) 42, #17 Nebraska (6-5) 23
#24 Florida State (8-3) 43, Maryland (6-5) 23
Florida (8-3) blasted #25 Auburn (6-5) 70-13

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 22, 2015
11Ohio State (38)1101502
22Kansas (22)1101457
33Georgia Tech (1)1101307
56Air Force1101096
125Boise State92
1313Middle Tennessee State101
1414Michigan State83
1923Notre Dame84
2024Florida State83

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 22, 2015
11Ohio State 1101.000
22Kansas 110.994
33Georgia Tech110.989
56Air Force110.976
124Boise State92
1313Middle Tennessee State101
1414Michigan State83
1922Notre Dame84
2024Florida State83
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Old 01-25-2012, 10:40 PM   #388
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Matchup Preview *|* November 28, 2015
#2 Kansas Jayhawks
(11-0 (7-0), 5-0 Away)
#7 Missouri Tigers
(10-1 (6-1), 5-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
57.5 (#1)Points Per Game55.1 (#2)
7440 (#1)Total Offensive Yards9393 (#4)
6383 (#1)Passing Yards3468 (#14)
1057 (#112)Rushing Yards2925 (#4)
75Passing TD31
12Rushing TD35
266First Downs288
65Red Zone Attempts87
49-4Red Zone TD-FG52-9
81Red Zone Percentage70
Defensive Stats Comparison
35.0 (#99)Points Per Game25.5 (#42)
5382 (#113)Total Yards Allowed4297 (#58)
3615 (#115)Passing Yards Allowed3370 (#108)
1767 (#55)Rushing Yards Allowed927 (#1)
1Fumble Recoveries16
47Red Zone Attempts44
40-4Red Zone TD-FG14-6
93Red Zone Percentage45
Injury Report
C. J Hester
LG. S. Taylor
CB. C. Robinson
WR. B. Hannah

WR. J. Thomas

HB. A. Harrell
Game Notes
In one of the closest rivalries in all college football, where Missouri holds the edge 58-57 in wins, Kansas and Missouri lock up once again with huge national implications.

In 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2010 the Border War meant little to a national audience. But 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 twice, and now 2015 have all had national implications. Last year the teams met twice for the first time ever, and it cost Kansas a shot at the national title, and gave Missouri the resume boost they needed to make their first ever BCS Title game.

Kansas has the most prolific passing attack in the nation, and will live and die by the pass. Expect Missouri to blitz every down, Cunningham has to be forced to pass or he will wait for the opening.

Missouri will have to run the ball and keep the Jayhawks defense on the field. Unfortunately they are pretty much without any known backs, although J. Ross has done a fine job so far. Luckily Nick Harris, the redshirt senior, has been able to come back and play, as the concussion scare was just a scare.

Missouri might upset Kansas, but there are no redo's this year. It's Kansas, Missouri, 2015 Border War, and whoever wins plays Baylor in two weeks for the Big XII Title. For the Jayhawks if they win, they face a team they killed a few weeks back, and almost a certainty of returning to the BCS Championship where they claimed their first NCAA Football National Championship ever 2 years ago.

Missouri needs help, but if they beat Kansas they could backdoor their way into the BCS Championship Game also.

Projection: Kansas 70, Missouri 23. Kansas's offense makes Arkansas's look like cheerleaders trying to do cage fighting. Missouri has no chance to keep up if their defense doesn't hold, and they haven't held that well all year.
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Old 01-25-2012, 11:18 PM   #389
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Ohio State and Georgia Tech upset in early Saturday Action

The noon games just ended, and man it's a week that will go down in history.
#1 Ohio State just lost a heart breaker to arch rival Michigan, dropping a 38-36 triple overtime decision when they failed to gain a 2pt conversion.

Meanwhile Georgia Tech lost to arch rival Georgia 30-20.

Provided Air Force and Nevada win today, one of them will play for the BCS National Championship.

Also the Kansas/Missouri winner will be the front runner for the other 1/2 of the title game. Although #4 Utah might have something to say about that, depending upon if they defeat BYU today and if they win the Pac-12 Title.
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Old 01-26-2012, 12:57 AM   #390
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Missouri executes Kansas's BCS Title Chances 53-10

Say what you will about the Big XII, but the last few years it has always provided a legit BCS Title threat, and it's won the last two national championships.

Now, provided the entire system doesn't crash, that streak is in jeopardy. The 8th ranked Tigers from Missouri hosted the #2 Kansas Jayhawks in the late afternoon showdown. Going in Kansas knew #1 Ohio State and #3 Georgia Tech had both fallen, and they needed to be prepared. Also, they knew if they could beat Missouri and then win the Big XII Championship they were going to the BCS Title game for sure.

The game started off as a typical battle between two behemoths does, a slow feeling out period. Kansas's passing attack was negated by the snow on the ground, as Cummings slipped twice in the first quarter. The Tigers did what they do best, running the ball down the throat of the Jayhawks and relying on M. Coleman to nail a pair of field goals from 30 and 42 yards respectively to gain a 6-0 lead.

A. Pierson got the Jayhawks onto the scoreboard with a 10 yard run at the end of the first, making it 7-6 Jayhawks after one stanza.
After 1 quarter
#2 Kansas (11-0) 7
#8 Missouri (10-1) 6

Missouri, mad that once again their shutout was taken away from them, rallied the troops. The offense scored on a 3 yard run by Harrell, and then K. Hall came up with a huge interception in the endzone to prevent Kansas from tying the game at 13 all.

K. Hall intercepted Cummings to prevent a Jayhawk touchdown

On the very next play A. Harrell wiped David Steele's name from the record book for the longest run ever, going 96 yards, coast to coast, to make it 20-7 Tigers.

Steele who? Harrell gets his name in the record book.

Missouri added a sweet 1 yard pass to J. Ross from Bailey after Bailey slipped on the snow, and a field goal later the Tigers held a nice 29-7 lead at halftime.

#2 Kansas (11-0) 7
#8 Missouri (10-1) 29

The Jayhawk defense held for the third period, but the Tigers did also, and the Jayhawks only managed to close by a field goal.

After 3 Quarters
#2 Kansas (11-0) 10
#8 Missouri (10-1) 29

Missouri went crazy in the fourth quarter, picking off Cummings on 4 straight plays. Cummings would finish with 7 total interceptions and he was also sacked 3 times. Missouri capitalized big time and ran up the score, giving the Jayhawks a big old fashioned beatdown.

Final Score
#2 Kansas (11-0) 10
#8 Missouri (10-1) 53

Cummings nearly doubled his INT for the season, going from 8 to 15 in this game

Missouri now hopes that with a win in the Big XII title game they can leapfrog into the BCS Title game. There is a lot more hope now then there was a few weeks ago after the loss to Arkansas.

Missouri POTG
Nick Bailey was 17 of 33 for 237 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT, sacked once, and had 7 carries for 12 yards

A. Harrell had 30 carries for 193 yards, 3 TD, and 1 fumble

M. Smith had 6 catches for 99 yards
M. Moore had 5 catches for 96 yards

D. Washington had 5 tackles and 2 INT
L Walters had 4 tackles and 2 INT

Kansas Jayhawks at Missouri Tigers
Nov 28, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#2 Kansas Jayhawks (11-0)703010
#8 Missouri Tigers (10-1)62302453
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense216513
Rushing Yards21276
Passing Yards195237
First Downs1322
Punt Return Yards2137
Kick Return Yards11022
Total Yards347572
3rd Down Converstion1-125-14
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals5-1-010-4-3
Penaltiesnone3 for 35 yards
Posession Time21:4326:17
Scoring Summary
9:17(MIZZ) M. Coleman 30 yard field goal30
5:11(MIZZ) M. Coleman 42 yard field goal60
0:48(KU) A. Pierson 10 yard run (PAT)67
8:11(MIZZ) A. Harrell 3 yard run (PAT)137
5:15(MIZZ) A. Harrell 96 yard run (PAT)207
2:01(MIZZ) J. Ross 1 yard pass from N. Bailey (missed kick)267
0:02(MIZZ) M. Coleman 27 yard FG297
2:11(KU) A. Mueller 38 yard field goal2910
11:18(MIZZ) A. Harrell 15 yard pass from N. Bailey (PAT)3610
8:08(MIZZ) A. Harrell 1 yard run (PAT)4310
5:01(MIZZ) M. Coleman 21 yard FG4610
1:00(MIZZ) J. Ross 57 yard run (PAT)5310
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BCS Computers basically explode
Air Force/Nevada winner will be in, but who takes the other half?

Air Force got the nod for overall #1 in the BCS this week. Nevada, will a slightly better resume and in the same conference, was positioned at #4. However, the winner of the matchup on December 12th will go to the BCS National Championship.

Missouri took #2 in the BCS, tied with Air Force. Utah took #3, and Nevada took 4th. Ohio State came in 5th, followed by Miami and Arkansas. Poor Kansas tumbled all the way to 8th in the BCS, apparently getting destroyed 53-10 while traveling away to your bitter rival isn't allowed. Someone please phone 2000 and tell them that about Nebraska.

Top 25 results from November 26-28th, 2015
#16 Michigan (8-4) 38, #1 Ohio State (11-1) 36 3OT
#7 Missouri (11-1) 53, #2 Kansas (11-1) 10
Georgia (7-5) 30, #3 Georgia Tech (11-1) 20
#4 Utah (11-1) 45, BYU (6-6) 7
#5 Air Force (12-0) 45, Colorado State (0-12) 24
#8 Nevada (12-0) 51, #25 Houston (8-4) 31
Oregon State (7-5) 39, #10 Oregon (8-4) 32
#12 Boise State (10-2) 41, New Mexico (5-7) 16
#14 Michigan State (9-3) 38, Minnesota (6-6) 28
#15 Ohio (11-1) 44, Western Michigan (1-11) 17
#17 Baylor (9-3) 52, Texas Tech (3-9) 21
#18 TCU (8-4) 42, Colorado (4-8) 41
Florida (9-3) 17, #20 Florida State (8-4) 10
#21 Purdue (8-4) 45, Indiana (1-11) 17
#22 Texas (9-3) 29, Texas A&M (4-8) 24
Illinois (7-5) 45, #24 Rutgers (7-5) 38

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 29, 2015
15Air Force120.994
51Ohio State111.975
1112Boise State102
123Georgia Tech111
1313Middle Tennessee State101
1414Michigan State93
1619Notre Dame84

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 29, 2015
15Air Force (59)1201523
58Nevada (2)1201267
61Ohio State1111216
1012Boise State102869
113Georgia Tech111
1213Middle Tennessee State101
1414Michigan State93
1819Notre Dame84
25--Northern Illinois101
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Old 01-26-2012, 01:31 AM   #392
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Conference Championship Weekend!

The big questions this weekend:
Can Missouri leap into the title race if they dominant Baylor?
Can Oregon beat Utah again?
Who will win the Air Force/Nevada battle?
Can Ohio leapfrog Middle Tennessee State?

Cincinnatti came out of nowhere to win a three-way tie for the Big East.
Southern Miss won C-USA over Rice due a tie-breaker
Middle Tennessee won the Sun Belt again
Idaho won the WAC Alliance

Conference Championships 2015
ConferenceAway TeamHome TeamProjected Winner
ACCBoston College (8-4)#11 Georgia Tech (11-1)Georgia Tech
Big XII#16 Baylor (9-3)#4 Missouri (11-1)Missouri
Big 10#14 Michigan State (9-3)#6 Ohio State (11-1)Ohio State
MAC#25 Northern Illinois (10-1)#15 Ohio (11-1)Ohio
MWC#1 Air Force (12-0)#3 Nevada (12-0)Nevada
Pac-12#23 Oregon (8-4)#2 Utah (11-1)Oregon
SECKentucky (9-3)#9 LSU (9-2)LSU
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