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PostSubject: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Thu 31 Dec 2009, 12:19 pm

Not around the CPU and PS3 right now but the update will go up tonight.

I'll do weekly update tommorow I'm exhausted.


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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Thu 31 Dec 2009, 1:24 pm

Horned Frogs Start of Big 12 Season with a defensive battle victory against #25 Kansas State 19-13
Fort Worth Tx---

TCU opened up it's Big 12 season in a good way beating a recent entry to the Top 25, Kansas State Wildcats. It was a tough battle throughout the whole game, as the dynamic duo of Tucker and Timmons were held in check for most of the game. It was the TCU defense who showed up with a goaline stand up 6 points with less that 1:00 left. The Horned Frogs Defense sacked the KSU QB on a 4th and goal from the 7 yard line.

"It wasn't the game we had hoped for, but we will take the win regardless. In this league we don't worry about style points, if we take care of what we need to, we will be close to the top at season's end."

The Horned Frogs hosted several key recruits in hope for a good start to the 2011 Class.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Thu 31 Dec 2009, 1:43 pm

Rebels Ride The Mustangs 70-6

It was a career day for a few Ole Miss Rebels as they poured it on their in-state rivals, SMU. QB Ray Cotton threw for a career high 399 yards going 20/29 for 5TD's. Cotton was on point all game and had great connections with Tray Talbot and Brandon Bolden all day. Markeith Summers was extremely productive with his catches, 3 on the day but going for 75 yards.

"I'm becoming really comfortable with our offence, I'm working hard with Tray especially afer practice - I'm not going to lie it's a crazy lifestyle as a quarterback because I've put so much time into my game the past couple months and I can't believe how actions pan out into results. I feel great and with our second bye week coming up it'll give us even more time to keep working. I think our offence is almost exactly where we want and need it to be throughout the stretch in our run for the SEC," Cotton said.

Tray Talbot continues to amaze as he recorded three touchdown receptions this afternoon. The true freshman caught 7 passes for 194 yards today and his third touchdown catch was by far the play of the game. Despite being up big, the unusuality of this catch had it playing in slow motion for 15 minutes, even in Southern Mississipi. Talbot was being single covered and went up for a jump ball Cotton placed perfectly in the corner of the endzone. Senior CB Sterling Moore played it perfectly and tipped the ball, only Talbot showcased his tremendous talent and catching ability, catching the ball before it hit the ground and wisely getting not one but two feet in easily.

"I've never seen a play like that in this game. Sterling had amazing coverage on the play for single coverage but Tray's continuing to prove to us that he will eat single coverage up all day. We cannot believe the player we've found and the way he's responding to the call of duty is unreal. Mark my words - Tray Talbot will break records here at Ole Miss. Many," Macc said.

Brandon Bolden ran the ball well for 160 total yards on 23 carries, he also had three scores on the ground. He reached the century mark early in the first quarter within 5 carries as his fourth was an inside dive that went for 78 yards as Bolden showed he's not just a power runner and that he's got moves too. A quick juke to the outside broke the ankles of the OLB and sprung Bolden for a huge gain. He also caught 5 passes for 86 yards and 2TDs. Giving him 5 total on the day.

Senior DT Lawon Scott shattered the previous Ole Miss single game sack record of 3 and recorded 4 on the day.

"It feels great to know I'm part of history, especially here at this school. The football program is more than 150 yards old and that's just incredible. I must admit I owe a lot of credit to our safeties, we blitz those guys a lot and defences don't let Johnny or Derrick have any free shots because they know what will happen if they do. So when they're up on the line quarterbacks adjust coverage to account for them. One less guy blocking, easier path to the QB. Coach Macc realizes this and tells me to take advantage any and everytime we send them... the results speak for themselves," Scott said.

Junior FS Derrick Herman scored a touchdown on a botched option pitch attempt. Herman was johnny on the spot as Jonathan Cornell was interrupting the pitch attempt and had an easy path for six.

"Knowing we shut down one of the best quarterbacks in the country and didn't allow him to do anything is a real testament to how hard our defence has worked. Our guys on O gave us a hell ofa team to practice with throughout the spring and I think they're getting the credit they deserve. That boy Tray is a beast," Herman said.

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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Thu 31 Dec 2009, 1:45 pm

Macc24Est89 wrote:
Rebels Ride The Mustangs 70-6

It was a career day for a few Ole Miss Rebels as they poured it on their in-state rivals, SMU. QB Ray Cotton threw for a career high 399 yards going 20/29 for 5TD's. Cotton was on point all game and had great connections with Tray Talbot and Brandon Bolden all day. Markeith Summers was extremely productive with his catches, 3 on the day but going for 75 yards.

"I'm becoming really comfortable with our offence, I'm working hard with Tray especially afer practice - I'm not going to lie it's a crazy lifestyle as a quarterback because I've put so much time into my game the past couple months and I can't believe how actions pan out into results. I feel great and with our second bye week coming up it'll give us even more time to keep working. I think our offence is almost exactly where we want and need it to be throughout the stretch in our run for the SEC," Cotton said.

Tray Talbot continues to amaze as he recorded three touchdown receptions this afternoon. The true freshman caught 7 passes for 194 yards today and his third touchdown catch was by far the play of the game. Despite being up big, the unusuality of this catch had it playing in slow motion for 15 minutes, even in Southern Mississipi. Talbot was being single covered and went up for a jump ball Cotton placed perfectly in the corner of the endzone. Senior CB Sterling Moore played it perfectly and tipped the ball, only Talbot showcased his tremendous talent and catching ability, catching the ball before it hit the ground and wisely getting not one but two feet in easily.

"I've never seen a play like that in this game. Sterling had amazing coverage on the play for single coverage but Tray's continuing to prove to us that he will eat single coverage up all day. We cannot believe the player we've found and the way he's responding to the call of duty is unreal. Mark my words - Tray Talbot will break records here at Ole Miss. Many," Macc said.

Brandon Bolden ran the ball well for 160 total yards on 23 carries, he also had three scores on the ground. He reached the century mark early in the first quarter within 5 carries as his fourth was an inside dive that went for 78 yards as Bolden showed he's not just a power runner and that he's got moves too. A quick juke to the outside broke the ankles of the OLB and sprung Bolden for a huge gain. He also caught 5 passes for 86 yards and 2TDs. Giving him 5 total on the day.

Senior DT Lawon Scott shattered the previous Ole Miss single game sack record of 3 and recorded 4 on the day.

"It feels great to know I'm part of history, especially here at this school. The football program is more than 150 yards old and that's just incredible. I must admit I owe a lot of credit to our safeties, we blitz those guys a lot and defences don't let Johnny or Derrick have any free shots because they know what will happen if they do. So when they're up on the line quarterbacks adjust coverage to account for them. One less guy blocking, easier path to the QB. Coach Macc realizes this and tells me to take advantage any and everytime we send them... the results speak for themselves," Scott said.

Junior FS Derrick Herman scored a touchdown on a botched option pitch attempt. Herman was johnny on the spot as Jonathan Cornell was interrupting the pitch attempt and had an easy path for six.

"Knowing we shut down one of the best quarterbacks in the country and didn't allow him to do anything is a real testament to how hard our defence has worked. Our guys on O gave us a hell ofa team to practice with throughout the spring and I think they're getting the credit they deserve. That boy Tray is a beast," Herman said.

since when did SMU move from Dallas to Mississippi?
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Thu 31 Dec 2009, 2:40 pm

luvtotha9s wrote:
Macc24Est89 wrote:
Rebels Ride The Mustangs 70-6

It was a career day for a few Ole Miss Rebels as they poured it on their in-state rivals, SMU. QB Ray Cotton threw for a career high 399 yards going 20/29 for 5TD's. Cotton was on point all game and had great connections with Tray Talbot and Brandon Bolden all day. Markeith Summers was extremely productive with his catches, 3 on the day but going for 75 yards.

"I'm becoming really comfortable with our offence, I'm working hard with Tray especially afer practice - I'm not going to lie it's a crazy lifestyle as a quarterback because I've put so much time into my game the past couple months and I can't believe how actions pan out into results. I feel great and with our second bye week coming up it'll give us even more time to keep working. I think our offence is almost exactly where we want and need it to be throughout the stretch in our run for the SEC," Cotton said.

Tray Talbot continues to amaze as he recorded three touchdown receptions this afternoon. The true freshman caught 7 passes for 194 yards today and his third touchdown catch was by far the play of the game. Despite being up big, the unusuality of this catch had it playing in slow motion for 15 minutes, even in Southern Mississipi. Talbot was being single covered and went up for a jump ball Cotton placed perfectly in the corner of the endzone. Senior CB Sterling Moore played it perfectly and tipped the ball, only Talbot showcased his tremendous talent and catching ability, catching the ball before it hit the ground and wisely getting not one but two feet in easily.

"I've never seen a play like that in this game. Sterling had amazing coverage on the play for single coverage but Tray's continuing to prove to us that he will eat single coverage up all day. We cannot believe the player we've found and the way he's responding to the call of duty is unreal. Mark my words - Tray Talbot will break records here at Ole Miss. Many," Macc said.

Brandon Bolden ran the ball well for 160 total yards on 23 carries, he also had three scores on the ground. He reached the century mark early in the first quarter within 5 carries as his fourth was an inside dive that went for 78 yards as Bolden showed he's not just a power runner and that he's got moves too. A quick juke to the outside broke the ankles of the OLB and sprung Bolden for a huge gain. He also caught 5 passes for 86 yards and 2TDs. Giving him 5 total on the day.

Senior DT Lawon Scott shattered the previous Ole Miss single game sack record of 3 and recorded 4 on the day.

"It feels great to know I'm part of history, especially here at this school. The football program is more than 150 yards old and that's just incredible. I must admit I owe a lot of credit to our safeties, we blitz those guys a lot and defences don't let Johnny or Derrick have any free shots because they know what will happen if they do. So when they're up on the line quarterbacks adjust coverage to account for them. One less guy blocking, easier path to the QB. Coach Macc realizes this and tells me to take advantage any and everytime we send them... the results speak for themselves," Scott said.

Junior FS Derrick Herman scored a touchdown on a botched option pitch attempt. Herman was johnny on the spot as Jonathan Cornell was interrupting the pitch attempt and had an easy path for six.

"Knowing we shut down one of the best quarterbacks in the country and didn't allow him to do anything is a real testament to how hard our defence has worked. Our guys on O gave us a hell ofa team to practice with throughout the spring and I think they're getting the credit they deserve. That boy Tray is a beast," Herman said.

since when did SMU move from Dallas to Mississippi?

lol yeah i just caught that lol
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PostSubject: Thriller in the Big Ketchup Bottle!!!   Thu 31 Dec 2009, 4:57 pm

Pitt escaped Rutgers upset bid Saturday with a 24-17 win. Pitt's Defense stood tall all game long only allowing 186yds... However Offensively Pitt killed them with turnovers, which kept the game close. Pitt, who is without reigning Heisman Trophy Winner Dion Lewis for 8wks, fumble twice inside the 20. One of switch was returned for a lead changing Td(14-10 RU) Coach Shaw and the Pitt staff were able to get the players to keep their composure. and Pitt regain the lead on 12td reception by Senior TE Dorin Dickerson.9(17-14 Pitt) Rutgers went on to score 3 on a field goal on the next Possession Leaving Pitt with less the 2mins to drive the field and win game. Pitt drive down field and capped the victory with game winning TD pass from Kolby Gray to Jonathan Baldwin wit 22sec left on clock. Gray threw for 376 yds on 24-36 passing with 3tds and no picks. Baldwin and Dickerson both had good receiving games for Pitt with 6catches for 97yds and 10catches for 184yds. The Run game did struggle without its All American though with Ray Graham carrying 24times for 62yds(2.5 per carry) Coach Shaw needs to find away to fix the run game before next weeks game.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Thu 31 Dec 2009, 7:37 pm

Bearcats Cruise Past Redhawks, 48-10



MIAMI, Ohio-- The University of Cincinnati have retained the Victory Bell and improved their record to 3-1 with an easy win over Miami (OH) today at Fred c. Yager Stadium today.

Cincinnati's offense got off to a slow start managing only 15 yards in the first quarter. The Redhawks though started the game on fire going ahead 7-0 and gaining over 120 yards in the quarter.

But with the change of ends came a change of furtune as Zach Collaros and the Bearcats Offense finally got rolling putting up 17 points in the half. The Bearcats defense also musculed up, allowing less than 20 yards in the quarter to make sure the Bearcats would go into the half with the lead at 17-7.

The Bearcats where set to recieve the ball in the second half and continue their momentum on offense, but they would have to wait a while longer as second team ALL BIG EAST Returner Darrin Williams returned the kickoff a school record 99 yards to make the scores 24-7. The Redhawks needed to be the next to score, but the game was taken away from them on the very next drive by true freshman corner Chambers who picked of the Miami quarterback and returned it for six to put the game beyond reach.

Cincinnati returns to Nippert Stadium next week to take on Pitt in their conference opener.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Thu 31 Dec 2009, 11:01 pm

#14 Oregon State 3-1 smashed San Jose State 0-3, 63-17.Katz shined in his first start, and of course the Rodgers boys are just the Rodgers boys! The Beavs are fired up!
Offensive Standouts
R Katz 14-18 352yds 4TDs
POTG Quizz 29att 130yds 4TDs 3rec 94yds 1TD
James 7rec 153yds 2TDs 2att 59yds 1TD 1KR 20yds 5PR 61yds 12.2avg
D Catchings 3rec 85yds 1TD
Defensive Standouts
S Tuimaunei 14tkls 2TFL
K Pankey 10tkls
D Pa aluhi 9tkls 1TFL
K Camat 5tkls 2TFL 1Sack
The Beavs have a bye next week, and then after that the Beavs host Pac-10 Foe Arizona 1-1
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Thu 31 Dec 2009, 11:13 pm

the pace of this od is absurd.. i feel like im always one of the last people to get my game.. the moment u guys advance like 6 ppl play thier games.. goodmorning happy new years imma go get mine in now.. u q4tb junkies!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Fri 01 Jan 2010, 1:08 am

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since when did SMU move from Dallas to Mississippi?

lol my bad I was super blowww'd last nite.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Fri 01 Jan 2010, 1:09 am

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the pace of this od is absurd.. i feel like im always one of the last people to get my game.. the moment u guys advance like 6 ppl play thier games.. goodmorning happy new years imma go get mine in now.. u q4tb junkies!!!!

I know I feel like that crack dealer that wakes up in the morning with four fiends on his front porch. The minute I advance there's been at least three lately to get it in quick.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Fri 01 Jan 2010, 1:17 am

It's on Squirrel and cokanblues to just do his recruiting. It would be nice to advance to 6 before I head on this evening to party.
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PostSubject: Washington vs Stanford   Fri 01 Jan 2010, 1:56 am

WASHINGTON VS #4 STANFORD


Washington jumps out early on the Cardinal picking off A Luck first pass and march down for a C Polk TD run to take a 7-0 lead. UW forces a 3 and out, and march down for a 43 yard FG to go up 10-0...The Stanford offence finally got things going thanks to FR RB S Eschelman breaking off big chunks of yards, and capped with a A Luck TD pass to TE C Fleener to cut the lead at 10-7. C Polk gave the Stanford D fits, running for 100 yards on 15 carries all in the first half. R Fouch picked up some key 3rd down conversions to set up a another FG by E Foulk to increase the lead to 13-7. A Luck hooked up with R Whalen, and C Owusu to set up S Eshcelman TD run to end the half with the Cardinal up 14-13...The 3rd qt started off with a bang, as R Whalen took the opeaning kick 89 yards for a TD and put the Cardinal up 21-13...The Stanford D stepped up on C Polk and got good pressure on R Fouch...T Vardell and S Eschelman each ran in TD run, as the Stanford O-line opeaned up huge holes, allowing Eschelman to run for a season high 160 yards and 2 TD. A late TD pass from Fouch to Kearse cut the lead 31-19, but Stanford recoverd the onside kick and pounded the ball down the field using valuable clock and game capping TD run.

FINAL SCORE
WASHINGTON 19
STANFORD 38

Final Stats
Passing A Luck 13-19 156 yd 1 TD 1 INT
Rushing S Eschelman 18-160 yd 2 TD
Receiving C Fleener 6-88 1 TD
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Fri 01 Jan 2010, 2:21 am

Macc24Est89 wrote:
It's on Squirrel and cokanblues to just do his recruiting. It would be nice to advance to 6 before I head on this evening to party.

Iowa will do his receruiting around 3-4 central time I believe..


GT said go ahead and advance when Iowa gets done, he doesnt care, wont be home at all today, and wasnt home yesterday either.

So when Iowa gets done macc...go ahead and advance it
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Fri 01 Jan 2010, 2:59 am

Guess I won't be able to advance, families coming over to watch our Canadian hockey team pound your american team. They're coming about 4oclock so I won't be able to advance til tommorow.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Fri 01 Jan 2010, 3:09 am

hold on..lemme see if he will get it done sooner....


Just talked to him..said be ready to advance it right at 3...he will try to be home by then...

I will update you if he wont be able to make it. Lets try to get an advance in macc =)

He should be getting off work soon. So keep your eyes open for him
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Fri 01 Jan 2010, 3:49 am

hey mac...everyone is DONE!

Lets advance
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Fri 01 Jan 2010, 4:20 am

Fighting Illini Fight to the End


The Fighting Illini were able to sneak away with a victory At The Big House against the Michigan Wolverines 27-24. This game was a seesaw battle with the lead changing 5 times. Kicker Derrick Dimke Field Goal won the game for the Illini with one second left on the clock. The whole team stormed the end zone and celebrated like they just won the National Championship “ The Offense drove the ball down the field and set me up with a easy chip shot.” Said Dimke. This victory was huge for The Fighting Illini coming off their embarrassing loss to Cincinnati. “We wanted to come out and just beat the Wolverines but they were really prepared for us. We had to buckle down and just figure out what do we have to do to beat these guys.” Said Senior WR Jarred Fayson. The Illini defense stepped up every time they were called on. They gave up 275 total yards but were able to get 4 interceptions. “ We just kept rolling with the punches and when they made a mistake we would capitalize on it.” Said Senior MLD Nate Bussey. Bussey had 7 Tackles and a key interception. Next Week the Illini host the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Fri 01 Jan 2010, 4:44 am

booo...it looks like Macc has left the building.

Probly wont advance again until tomorrow.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Fri 01 Jan 2010, 5:04 am

he said he was grey goosing it tonight...it might be a late tomorrow advance, if he doesnt check in before the Goose goes down
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Sat 02 Jan 2010, 6:35 am

Sorry fellas I was gone. Just woke up now.

I'll commute my PS3 to my room and advance for y'all.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 5 Discussion   Sat 02 Jan 2010, 6:38 am

macc still nursing the goose hangover...lol happy new year everyone.. i dont blame him im just gettin going since my night last night it was krazy!!!! lol macc as soon as i started posting u did too. dats whats up.. lol 12 hrs with no post ne where that is the world record for q4tb lol
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