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PostSubject: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Tue 05 Jan 2010, 12:17 pm

GOTW

#6 North Carolina @ #22 Miami
- We've just gotten word that the Tarheels hung on against their in conference rival, Miami 35-31.

Heisman

RB Jacquizz Rodgers OR ST 31 car 193 yards 3TD 4 rec 92 yards 2TD
QB Kale Cooper KU 8/12 338 3TD
WR Bradley McDougald KU 3 rec 122 yards
RB Brandon Bolden MISS 23 car 210 yards 2TDs


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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Wed 06 Jan 2010, 9:43 am

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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Wed 06 Jan 2010, 10:17 am

what does it mean on all the forums when you write bump???
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Wed 06 Jan 2010, 10:32 am

to take the topic to the top of the page...


Anyways...don't feel like writing too much of a summary...but TCU avenged its first loss of the season with a solid performance against Texas A&M 33-13.

Tucker had over 100 yards rushing and receiving and 2TD's

He macc will u take me off autopilot please
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Wed 06 Jan 2010, 11:03 am

Yea sure thing buddy.

And clev, yeah because Week 8 post was above Week 9 so I bumped that biatch up.

Boys...FIVE big recruits committed this week. Oh man.


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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Wed 06 Jan 2010, 11:03 am

The #9 Oregon State Beavers 6-1 made the trek up north to Pullman and knocked the socks off of Washington State 1-5, 56-17. The Rodgers Boys combined for 660yds in 3quarters, with 7 TDs: 3 rushing,3 receiving,1 Kick Return. Katz was dependable and steady, and the second team defense let up the 17th point.
Offensive Standouts
R Katz 11-17 286yds 3TDs 1Int
POTG Quizz 28att 248yds 3TDs 3rec 107yds 2TDs
James 5rec 115yds 1TD 2KR 122yds 61avg 1TD 6PR 68yds 11.3avg
J Stevenson 12att 72yds 1TD
Defensive Standouts
LB K Pankey 9Tkls 2TFL 1DFL
LB K Camat 8Tkls 3TFL 1Sack
DE G Miller 6Tkls 4TFL 2Sacks
Next game for the Beavs...Corvallis welcomes Washington 1-6.
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PostSubject: OREGON vs #2 STANFORD   Wed 06 Jan 2010, 1:07 pm

OREGON vs #2 STANFORD



OREGON 6-2
#2 STANFORD 6-0

FINAL SCORE
OREGON 7
STANFORD 27

Final Stats
Passing A Luck 23-33 309 1Td 1INT
Rushing S Eschelman 25-81 2 TD
Receiving K Gordon 4-105 1 TD
Tackles N Macaluso & T Keiser 5 Solo
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Wed 06 Jan 2010, 1:45 pm

Bearcats Squash Orange, 45-0



CINCINNATI, Ohio-- The University of Cincinnati Bearcats have improved their record to 6-2 (2-1) with another dominant performance today at Nippert Stadium.

Cincinnati seem to be hitting their straps, as their defence have now completely shutout the last two opponents they have faced. Syracuse could barely manage a first down as the ferocious Bearcats defensive unit wouldn't allow more than 100 yards on the day.

True Freshman sensation Joe Robinson recorded was in the backfield all day as he recorded his sixth and seveb=nth sacks on the season to go along with his 11 tackles on the day.

Perhaps more exciting than the play of the defense was the offenses play as they tourch Syracuse for 469 yards of offense. Zach Collaros 22 for 31 238 yards 2 TD's 2 int's and 11 rush 62 yards and 2 rushing TD's played very well and was unlucky as his only two bad decisions wher intercepted.

The only sour note in the game for the Bearcats was when runningback Isiah Pead went down in the first quarter with a dislocated elbow and will miss some time. But backup Darrin Williams is more than capable of doing the job.
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PostSubject: Pitt Blowsout Notre Dame 52-6....   Wed 06 Jan 2010, 3:41 pm



From the opening Kick off you could see where this game was headed. Mike Shanahan returned that kick for the Panthers first score and it all fall in place for Pitt after that. Pitts Defense continued its dominant play holding ND to 130yds of total offense. Pitts run game has found a new star, with injured Heisman winner Dion Lewis out. Ray Graham rushed 29 times for 225yds and 3scores. "the line blocked really well today and it opened big holes and it made my job so easy, all credit should go to them"(Ray Graham) Pitt flashed a dominant team performance today and are now looking forward to the next game on the schedule."this was a well played game for us, but we know there things that we can improved upon in all phases of the game and we will continue to practice hard this coming week to improve those things in time for our next opponent"(Coach Shaw)

Game Stats:

Kolby Gray 6for10 201yds 2tds
Ray Graham 29att 225yds 3tds
Jonathan Baldwin 3rec 113yds 2tds
Mike Shanahan 2rec 34yds 99yd kick return td
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Thu 07 Jan 2010, 12:28 am

Agghh! I apologize for the restarts fellas. The first one just froze up and the second I got the boot from the living room.


Rebels Keep Home Streak Alive Against Auburn 38-24



It proved to be the Brandon Bolden show today in Oxford as the Rebels took on conference enemy - the Auburn Tigers. Auburn appeared to be well prepared for this game and some of Miss' tendencies but it would be breaking the tendencies that would leave Auburn in the dust.

"It was a great win. When you turn the ball over four times and your defences comes up clutch not allowing a single third down conversion - you know you're in mid-season form. Our offence is working well but we could certainly benefit from protecting the ball. It was horrid conditions to play today and I must admit - any of the times Ray turned the ball over on his 4 INTs, it was certainly a passing down and quite obvious what we were doing," Macc had to say.

Cotton went 10/23 for 251 yards 2TDs and 4INTs. He wasn't availible like usual to comment about the game, apparent that he's unimpressed with his preformance. On the other hand, he should be thankful he's got the terrific receivers he does. True Freshman WR Tray Talbot was blanketed all day by All American Senior CB Demond Washington but Talbot has proven that it doesn't matter whose covering him, as he EMBARASSED Washington all day going up and making fantastic catches that Washington had nearly perfect defence on. Talbot finished with 4 catches, 147 yards and a TD, his touchdown coming on a play where he just out-worked his opposing corner.

"Well, it was a designed screen play. It was 3rd and long and I knew wherever the ball went it would need to be caught because it was pretty close at that time. Well, my job on that play is to run motion and a post up the middle. Ray noticed they were in man and had a safety cheating up sniffing the screen. So Ray just threw it up for me and I knew it was me and Demond, I just went up and made the catch, he fell and I kept going down the sideline for 59," Talbot said.

Brandon Bolden maintained his Heisman Hopeful status and had an outstanding game rushing for 240 yards on 31 carries for 3TDs. He wore out the Tiger defence early and was sat for most of the third and fourth quarter, only returning when the Tigers were making a come back. Bolden was extremely efficient accounting for nearly all of his yards in the first half. Bolden's longest run (53) came on a Wildcat play where he kept it himself, hit a couple blocks and had nothing but daylight infront of him.

"I gotta give all the credit to our big boys up front - Brad, AJ, Rishaw, Brandon and Bobby. They're the reason our Wildcat formation works so well. They're out there making blocks and creating holes - really making it easy on me to find space. I told them I'd take them out to a buffet this week on me for how hard they worked today. Great game,"

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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Thu 07 Jan 2010, 1:52 am

Kansas took on Colorado this week and the critics thought that this may be that hang over game..But Kansas look like a team that was sober the night before... The defense was stout all day led by the trio who had combined 21 tackles 5 for loss and 3 sacks..."What can i say about those young guys.. they fly all over the field and make plays.. J.R is having an outstanding season he already has 15 sacks on the season" Said Coach Santana on the freshman trio. Kale went down after only attempting 3 throws with a chest injury that would sit him for 2 quarters but that wouldn't matter has the running game picked up the slack Thunder aka Toben Oprum had 14 carries 228 yards and 4 td and 3 rec 106 yards and 1 more td. Lighting had close to hundred yards on only a few carries.."We kno our opponent expect us to throw the ball but all season i have talked about how we can run the ball this year. and with those two running the ball that well it allows for the pass offense to be more effective." Kale did play well in limited action he came in at the end of the second quarter and led the offense down the field for a td that changed the game. he ended the day at the end of the third going 21-27 for 368 and 4 td. the other heisman hopeful Bradley Mcdougald at wr had a monster day as well Breaking the school record for receptions in a carreer and being the back ups go to guy 14 receptions for 199 and 3 touchdowns and he also took a missed FG back 103 yards for a td. All in all it was a thrashing for Colorado. 70-17 Kansas over Colorado..

Here is Kale Cooper doing his imitation Jordan Pose as he throws a TD Pass...

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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Thu 07 Jan 2010, 3:51 am

listen macc something has to be done about the cpu's running game. it is fukn pathetic. ii have ave more games in this od where the cpu was in minus rush yards than positive, i have looked at everyones defensive ranking aswell and we are all obviously stoppin the run waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay to easily.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Thu 07 Jan 2010, 4:54 am

I've tried the sliders bumped to CPU run to 60 and it was nearly impossible to stop the run when the CPU wanted to get a first down. Also, bumping CPU run up improves their chance to run returns back and I think I give up an average of 30+ per kick and punt. I'll bump the run block setting up but run ability will stay where it's at - TRUST me.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Thu 07 Jan 2010, 5:44 am

dude i know. i was the one asking for you too not chanse the sliders at all in the off season when this issue came up cause sometimes when you change just 1 slider a little bit it can completely change who the game plays but the lack of cpu run is a bit of a joke. u gotta bump the rb ability just a bit, bumping up the run block wont do shit.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Thu 07 Jan 2010, 6:45 am

I've been warned NOT to go over 50 on RB Ability on Heisman EVER on this game by a RELIABLE source. Once you start changing some you have to change em all to make it a good game. By all means if you have the time - go right ahead and mess with the sliders and when you find good ones let me know.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 Week 9 Discussion   Thu 07 Jan 2010, 7:10 am

I think as a rule of thumb that sliders shouldnt be touched in the middle of a season...but by all means...tweak them in the offseason...I welcome the challenge
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