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Old 02-10-2016, 03:19 AM   #89
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2016 Week Two Wrap Up

Top Stories

Lightin' Up Notre Dame Stadium
Michigan takes down #11 Notre Dame in South Bend, 42-35

Crushed!
#7 Georgia falls at home to Clemson, 28-21

Off On the Right Foot
#14 Alabama gets by SEC foe Vanderbilt, 28-25

Convincing Win!
#16 LSU opens season with a 34-6 win over ULM

NCAA Football Rankings - AP Top 25 - Updated: 2016 Week Two
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Ohio State101501
22Oregon101441
32Michigan State101400
44Florida State101325
55UCLA201267
65Arizona201115
79Aurburn101060
810Utah20992
912Stanford00883
1014Alabama20795
116Oklahoma01767
1215Arkansas10728
1316LSU10678
1417Wisconsin20628
157Georgia11612
1620Tennessee20604
17NRClemson10579
1818Baylor10579
1921South Carolina11389
2011Notre Dame11364
2122Virginia Tech11344
2223Kentucky10344
2324Minnesota10298
24NRBoston College20267
25NRGeorgia Tech10223


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SEASON STATS
Samaje PerineHBOklahoma15Att, 97yds
Nick WilsonHBArizona45Att, 316yds, 4TD
Curtis SamuelHBOhio State27Att, 159yds, 1TD
Soso JamaboHBUCLA30Att, 271yds, 4TD
Bo ScarbroughHBAlabama31Att, 216yds, 4TD

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Old 02-11-2016, 06:19 PM   #90
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Big improvements all around. Once again, it looks like Smart could be the heart of this offense. Walker made big strides, I see a few wins in the works this year if they can keep it up.
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Old 02-11-2016, 10:49 PM   #91
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With a bunch of walk-ons, I'd expect the defense to struggle a little. Nonetheless, the offense played very well against LA Tech. I agree that you guys can easily rack up 2-3 wins this season.
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The defense actually played better than the score suggests. LA Tech got 2 defensive touchdowns off me to inflate their score. If you take away the 88 yard touchdown pass and the 63 yard rushing touchdown my defense actually played pretty well
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Portland at Marshall

Huntingon, WV - The Trappers travel south to West Virginia for a matchup against the Marshall Thundering Herd. The Herd are coming off of a bye week, with their win coming in week one over Miami (FL) University. The Trappers are looking to rebound after dropping their first two games of the season, including a blowout loss at Penn State in week one, 70-12.

The Trappers offense will look to continue their hot streak after racking up 434 yards of total offense last week against LA Tech. They'll have their work cut out for them though, facing a Marshall defense who forced and recovered two fumbles against Miami (FL) and held the Hurricanes out of the endzone until late in the fourth quarter. The Herd defense is led by seniors Cory Tindal(87Ovr) at cornerback and A.J. Leggett(87Ovr) at free safety. Tindal has been thrust into the starting role after seeing limited playing time last season. He recorded one tackle and two pass breakups in the Herd's win over Miami (FL). Leggett is coming off a great season last year, recording 37 tackles (3 for loss), 9 pass breakups, and 3 interceptions. He recorded 4 tackles in the win over Miami (FL) with two of them for a loss. Coach Shaw and Adam Walker will likely look to Cecil Smart to carry the load again, avoiding throwing at this talented secondary as much as possible.

Portland will have their hands full on defense as well, trying to stop the Thundering Herd's high powered passing attack. They are led by senior quarterback Michael Birdsong(85Ovr), who threw for over 2700 yards last season and 23 touchdowns. He's coming off a 232 yard, 1 touchdown game against Miami (FL). Birdsong will be likely be without star receiver Deontay McManus(84Ovr), he's listed as questionable after suffering an abdominal tear in week one. Its expected that junior Hyleck Foster(79Ovr) will start in his place. This game, like all others, will come down to whoever has the ability to better control the line of scrimmage. Expect Portland's defensive line to struggle as they try to fight through the blocks of seniors Michael Shelby(87Ovr) and tackle Clint Van Horn(89Ovr). A lot of pressure will be put on the Trappers linebackers and secondary to stop the pass, even more so if the defensive line struggles to apply pressure.

Lee Corse picks Marshall to triumph, 35-24.
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Editor's Note: I tweaked my recruiting rules posted on page one a little bit as I was struggling to find more than 12-13 total eligible recruits under my original rules. I made pipeline states have the same standing as my home state for the most part, this will reward me for establishing those pipelines early on as well as open up more eligible recruits to add to my pool. I may tweak them again as my school prestige rises if I find them to be too easy later down the road.

I also added a team history tab so it easier to keep up with the year to year happenings.
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Tough match with Marshall coming up, they're a very strong team. Best of luck!
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Portland Drops 3rd Straight

Defense Continues to Struggle in 49-30 loss at Marshall

Huntgington, WV - For the third straight week the Trappers found themselves in a 21-3 hole, and for the third straight week they couldn't climb out of said hole. The offense looked great in the loss, committing zero turnovers and not allowing Walker to get sacked a single time. Although he was under pressure for most of the game.

The first quarter was disastrous for Portland. After receiving the opening kickoff and going three and out, the Trappers defense allowed Marshall to march down the field and score in just 5 plays. The quick drive was capped off by a 6yd scramble by quarterback Michael Birdsong. On the ensuing kickoff Trapper's return man Mike Reid would get hit hard and lose the ball, which was quickly scooped up by Marshall. Taking advantage of the short field, Herd running back Richard Mitchell took the ball in from 3 yards out for his first of 4 scores on the day. Just two minutes into the game and Portland was already down 14-0. Walker finally got the offense moving on the next drive, converting on a fourth and short at midfield to get across midfield. But the offense would stall again and have to settle for a long 48 yard field goal by Hayes. Birdsong would lead the Thundering Herd down the field again on a long 11 play scoring drive which was aided by two Trappers penalties. The long drive was capped off by a 7 yard scoring strike from Birdsong to wideout Donquell Green. The first quarter would come to a close with the Trappers down 21-3.


Kris Ewing makes a sideline grab in the first half

Portland would take advantage of a great return by Reid to the 41 yard line, and go on an 11 play scoring drive which was capped off with a 2 yard plunge by Cecil Smart. Marshall would answer on the ensuing drive with a 4 yard run by Mitchell, after converting on third and 15 twice on the drive. Portland would get on the board two more times before the half, a 41 yard field goal by Hayes and a 1 yard dive by fullback Ben Martindale split by a missed field goal from Marshall. The Trappers would go into the half down 28-20.

Marshall would receive the second half kickoff, and go on a quick 8 play drive which included converting a long third and 15. The Thundering Herd would come up empty handed however after kicker Nick Smith missed a long 54 yard field goal, his second miss of the day. After a Portland punt, Marshall would get on the board again behind Mitchell's third touchdown rush of the day. This one from 21 yards out, to take a 35-20 lead. Portland would score on their next drive courtesy of a 37 yard field goal by Hayes. Portland would enter the fourth quarter down by 12, 35-23.


Steele's leaping touchdown catch in the fourth quarter

After forcing a Marshall three and out, Portland would go on an 11 play drive capped off by an impressive leaping catch by tight end Shannon Steele in the endzone on fourth down. With their lead down to only five, Marshall would feel the pressure and answer well. Scoring two more times in the fourth on 53 yard run by Mitchell, and a 9 yard pass from Birdsong to Angelo Jean-Louis. Portland would move across midfield only once the rest of the game, with that drive ending on an incomplete pass on fourth down. Marshall wins 49-30.


Portland Trappers at Marshall Thundering Herd
Week three 2016
1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Portland Trappers (0-3)3173730
Marshall Thundering Herd (2-0)21771449
Team Stats Comparison

PortMRSH
Total Offense404590
Rushing Yards132260
Passing Yards272330
First Downs2024
Punt Return Yards424
Kick Return Yards21762
Total Yards625676
Turnovers10
3rd Down Converstion6-17 (35%)8-11 (72%)
4th Down Conversion4-5 (80%)0-0 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4-3-0 (75%)5-5-0 (100%)
Penalties8-63yds1-5yds
Posession Time20:5515:05
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGPortMRSH
7:21(MRSH) M. Birdsong, 6yd run07
7:04(MRSH) R. Mitchell, 3yd run014
3:09(Port) J. Hayes, 48yd field goal314
1:10(MRSH) D. Green, 7yd pass from M. Birdsong321
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGPortMRSH
7:45(Port) C. Smart, 2yd run1021
6:45(MRSH) R. Mitchell, 4yd run1028
4:33(Port) J. Hayes, 41yd field goal1328
0:23(Port) B. Martindale, 1yd run2028
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGPortMRSH
6:04(MRSH) R. Mitchell, 21yd run2035
2:04(Port) J. Hayes, 37yd field goal2335
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGPortMRSH
7:43(Port) S. Steele, 21yd pass from A. Walker3035
5:06(MRSH) R. Mitchell, 53yd run3042
1:27(MRSH) A. Jean Louis, 9yd pass from M. Birdsong3049
Portland Trappers
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
A. Walker22/4127210
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
C. Smart18603.31
I. Penn7182.50
A. Walker7354.90
B. Martindale4194.71
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
D. Callahan6538.80
S. Steele47318.21
C. Smart362.00
K. Ewing34414.60
C. Edwards24020.00
J. Dunn2189.00
J. Abrams14040.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
B. Carey7000
R. Bass7200
A. Coles6000
S. Tyree6000
R. Stanford5000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Hayes3/33/31249
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
D. Anderson311337.6
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
M. Reid721730.90
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
M. Redi144.00
Marshall Thundering Herd
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
M. Birdsong21/3133020
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
R. Mitchell222049.24
M. Birdsong11474.21
D. Weems294.50
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
A. Jean Louis712617.91
H. Foster68213.60
D. Green48922.21
Q. Petit2157.50
D. Weems11212.00
R. Mitchell166.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
Team272
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
A. Legget10000
R. Huskey8000
T. One6000
J. Massaquoi6000
A. Rowe5000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
N. Smith0/27/770
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
D. Weber13939.00
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
C. Williams-Hall24522.50
A. Jean Louis11717.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
C. Williams-Hall22412.00





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