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[2019] Bowl Games - Day #11

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Alamo Bowl (San Antonio, TX/+3/+2) :oregon: vs :kansas:

Spoiler

Oregon (10-2) vs Kansas (8-4)

San Antonio, TX - 55 F :sunny:

First Quarter

:oregon: Donte Terry, INT - 11:40
:oregon: Thomas McMahan, missed 50 yd FG - 9:40
:oregon: Thomas McMahan, 50 yd FG - 3:33 (3-0)

:kansas: Joel Hawley, 29 yd FG - 0:20 (3-3)

Second Quarter

:kansas: Eric Jennings to Bradley Cantu, 4 yd TD pass - 8:22 (3-10)
:kansas: Jalen Clayton, 3 yd TD run - 2:11 (3-17)
:oregon: Jason Baum to Mike Jones, 44 yd TD pass - 0:24 (10-17)

Third Quarter

:kansas: Joel Hawley, 27 yd FG - 12:03 (10-20)
:kansas: Eric Jennings to Malcolm Davis, 6 yd TD pass - 8:30 (10-27)
:oregon: Jason Baum to Stephen Crowell, 7 yd TD pass - 2:18 (17-27)

Fourth Quarter

:kansas: Joel Hawley, 25 yd FG - 10:40 (17-30)
:kansas: Thierno Hayes, INT - 10:04
:kansas: Jalen Clayton, 3 yd TD run - 7:40 (17-37)
:oregon: Jason Baum, 8 yd TD run - 3:50 (24-37)
:oregon: Kristian Hope, 59 yd punt return for TD - 2:05 (31-37)

FINAL SCORE: Oregon 31-37 Kansas

MVP: Thierno Hayes, DE, :kansas:

Passing Leaders

Jason Baum, ORE, 17 of 29 for 209 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
Eric Jennings, KAN, 25 of 42 for 238 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT

Rushing Leaders

Trevon Yeldon, ORE, 21 for 80 yards, 0 TD
Jason Baum, ORE, 6 for 9 yards, 1 TD
Jalen Clayton, KAN, 13 for 55 yards, 2 TD

Receiving Leaders

Mike Jones, ORE, 6 for 91 yards, 1 TD
Jason Hooks, ORE, 3 for 40 yards, 0 TD
Abdul Dunbar, ORE, 4 for 20 yards, 0 TD
Max Bakhtiari, ORE, 2 for 20 yards, 0 TD
Malcolm Davis, KAN, 6 for 81 yards, 1 TD
Timmy Sutton, KAN, 7 for 77 yards, 0 TD
Chris Burgos, KAN, 3 for 28 yards, 0 TD
Bradley Cantu, KAN, 2 for 9 yards, 1 TD

Defensive Leaders

Donte Terry, ORE, 1 INT, 2 Tackles
Brick Madden, ORE, 9 Tackles
Jeremy Moses, ORE, 5 Tackles
Dariel Cuevas, ORE, 4 Tackles
Thierno Hayes, KAN, 1 INT, 1 Sack, 3 Tackles
Amir Ransom, KAN, 0.5 Sacks, 4 Tackles
Kameron Reaves, KAN, 6 Tackles
Albert Duke, KAN, 0.5 Sacks, 2 Tackles

Injuries

No Major Injuries
No Major Injuries

Offensive Line Rating

6.0
7.5

Punting

38.2
40.8

3rd Down Efficiency

5-13
4-9

4th Down Efficiency

1-2
0-0

Penalties

9-80
7-109

 

Citrus Bowl (Orlando, FL/+3/+2) :wisconsin: vs :msst:

Spoiler

Wisconsin (10-2) vs Mississippi State (9-3)

Orlando, FL - 77 F :sunny:

First Quarter

:msst: Ryder Shipman to Patrick Glass, 33 yd TD pass - 13:40 (0-7)
:msst: Ryder Shipman to Terrence Rodgers, 6 yd TD pass - 3:00 (0-14)

Second Quarter

:msst: Brady Christiansen, INT - 14:30
:msst: Terrence Rodgers, 1 yd TD run - 14:01 (0-21)
:msst: Alfredo Herrera, INT return for TD - 3:40 (0-28)
:wisconsin: Jamal Trufant, 1 yd TD run - 0:27 (7-28)

Third Quarter

:wisconsin: Jamal Trufant, 8 yd TD run - 9:45 (14-28)
:msst: Ryder Shipman to Ryan Childs, 20 yd TD pass - 1:48 (14-35)

Fourth Quarter

No events.

FINAL SCORE: Wisconsin 14-35 Mississippi State

MVP: Ryder Shipman, QB, :msst:

Passing Leaders

Ahmed Jarvis, WISC, 13 of 23 for 109 yards, 0 TD, 2 INT
Ryder Shipman, MSST, 18 of 26 for 228 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT

Rushing Leaders

Jamal Trufant, WISC, 22 for 89 yards, 2 TD
Terrence Rodgers, MSST, 25 for 105 yards, 1 TD

Receiving Leaders

Jeffrey Dupree, WISC, 2 for 35 yards, 0 TD
Michael Allen, WISC, 2 for 20 yards, 0 TD
Aaron Ayala, WISC, 2 for 17 yards, 0 TD
Patrick Baxter, WISC, 2 for 14 yards, 0 TD
Ryan Childs, MSST, 5 for 85 yards, 1 TD
Patrick Glass, MSST, 6 for 58 yards, 1 TD
James Richardson, MSST, 2 for 40 yards, 0 TD
Terrence Rodgers, MSST, 2 for 13 yards, 1 TD

Defensive Leaders

Elliot Underwood, WISC, 6 Tackles
Aaron Blakely, WISC, 5 Tackles
Joel Siegel, WISC, 5 Tackles
Bill Moran, WISC, 4 Tackles
Alfredo Herrera, MSST, 1 INT, 3 Tackles, 1 TD
Brady Christiansen, MSST, 1 INT, 8 Tackles
Corey Johnson, MSST, 1.5 Sacks, 5 Tackles
Xavier McGill, MSST, 0.5 Sacks, 3 Tackles

Injuries

No Major Injuries
No Major Injuries

Offensive Line Rating

6.7
7.9

Punting

40.1
43.5

3rd Down Efficiency

2-13
5-13

4th Down Efficiency

0-1
0-0

Penalties

7-35
2-9

 

Orlando Bowl (Orlando, FL/+3/+2) :wvu: vs :uva:

Spoiler

West Virginia (6-6) vs Virginia (10-2)

Orlando, FL - 77 :sunny:

First Quarter

:uva: Reginald Saunders, 2 yd TD run - 5:31 (0-7)

Second Quarter

:wvu: Mohammed Foster to J.C. Weldon, 10 yd TD pass - 14:21 (7-7)
:wvu: Mohammed Foster to Elias Langston, 17 yd TD pass - 8:00 (14-7)
:wvu: Mahamadou Moore, INT - 2:27
:wvu: Mohamed Mustafa, 4 yd TD run - 0:26 (21-7)
:uva: Matteo Rook to Cameron Beatty, 38 yd TD pass - 0:00 (21-14)

Third Quarter

:wvu: Messiah Bernard, safety - 14:29 (23-14)
:wvu: Mohamed Mustafa, 5 yd TD run - 9:59 (30-14)
:uva: Matteo Rook to Apelu Faapo, 15 yd TD pass - 4:46 (30-21)
:wvu: Felipe Munoz, 39 yd FG - 0:20 (33-21)

Fourth Quarter

:wvu: Mekhi Cringle, INT - 8:50
:wvu: Felipe Munoz, missed 44 yd FG - 5:49

FINAL SCORE: West Virginia 33-21 Virginia

MVP: Mohammed Foster, QB, :wvu:

Passing Leaders

Mohammed Foster, WV, 21 of 28 for 309 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT
Matteo Rook, UVA, 25 of 41 for 250 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT

Rushing Leaders

Mohamed Mustafa, WV, 18 for 81 yards, 2 TD
Mohammed Foster, WV, 7 for 68 yards, 0 TD
Reginald Saunders, UVA, 15 for 45 yards, 1 TD

Receiving Leaders

Elias Langston, WV, 5 for 103 yards, 1 TD
J.C. Weldon, WV, 5 for 83 yards, 1 TD
Abdoulaye Bowser, WV, 4 for 55 yards, 0 TD
Jason Dupree, WV, 3 for 41 yards, 0 TD
Cameron Beatty, UVA, 2 for 54 yards, 1 TD
Apelu Faapo, UVA, 6 for 49 yards, 0 TD
Jeremiah Carrillo, UVA, 2 for 37 yards, 0 TD
Hunter Crenshaw, UVA, 5 for 30 yards, 0 TD

Defensive Leaders

Mahamadou Moore, WV, 1 INT, 5 Tackles
Mekhi Cringle, WV, 1 INT, 2 Tackles
Messiah Bernard, WV, 1 Sack, 1 Safety, 3 Tackles
Ahmed London, WV, 5 Tackles
Cameron Faulk, UVA, 1 Sack, 6 Tackles
Evan Brumfield, UVA, 6 Tackles
Steven Prcotor, UVA, 5 Tackles
James Mixon, UVA, 4 Tackles

Injuries

No Major Injuries
No Major Injuries

Offensive Line Rating

6.1
7.1

Punting

38.
39.1

3rd Down Efficiency

6-13
4-16

4th Down Efficiency

0-0
0-1

Penalties

5-37
9-108

 

Miami Beach Bowl (Miami, FL/+3/+2) :smu: vs :toledo:

Spoiler

SMU (11-2) vs Toledo (10-3)

Miami, FL - 80 F :sunny:

First Quarter

:toledo: Noah Cohen, 45 yd FG - 5:01 (0-3)
:smu: Joel Cordero, 41 yd FG - 1:21 (3-3)

Second Quarter

:smu: Joel Cordero, 28 yd FG - 9:20 (6-3)
:toledo: Noah Cohen, 33 yd FG - 5:01 (6-6)
:smu: Andre Webb to Greg Mattingly, 8 yd TD pass - 1:09 (13-6)
:toledo: Noah Cohen, 52 yd FG - 0:00 (13-9)

Third Quarter

:smu: Kevin Muse, 3 yd TD run - 11:25 (20-9)
:toledo: Noah Cohen, 21 yd FG - 6:25 (20-12)
:smu: Andre Webb to Dean Burkhart, 23 yd TD pass - 1:49 (27-12)

Fourth Quarter

:toledo: Gabe Ciamo, 3 yd TD run - 12:00 (27-18) - TWO POINT CONVERSION IS NO GOOD

:smu: Joel Cordero, 29 yd FG - 8:21 (30-18)
:smu: Adam Young, INT - 5:25

FINAL SCORE: SMU 30-18 Toledo

MVP: Dean Burkhart, WR, :smu:

Passing Leaders

Andre Webb, SMU, 22 of 31 for 259 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT
Benjamin Hanson, TOL, 20 of 32 for 207 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT

Rushing Leaders

Kevin Muse, SMU, 23 for 108 yards, 1 TD
Gabe Ciamo, TOL, 16 for 67 yards, 1 TD

Receiving Leaders

Dean Burkhart, SMU, 8 for 123 yards, 1 TD
Peter Marsh, SMU, 5 for 62 yards, 0 TD
Greg Mattingly, SMU, 4 for 34 yards, 0 TD
Calvin Hooks, SMU, 2 for 22 yards, 0 TD
Aaron Hughes, TOL, 5 for 58 yards, 0 TD
Thomas Yang, TOL, 5 for 48 yards, 0 TD
Marlon Barkley, TOL, 3 for 41 yards, 0 TD
Nate Linsley, TOL, 2 for 23 yards, 0 TD

Defensive Leaders

Adam Young, SMU, 1 INT, 4 Tackles
Jaden Westbrook, SMU, 0.5 Sacks, 4 Tackles
Omari Earl, SMU, 0.5 Sacks, 4 Tackles
David Dunlap, SMU, 6 Tackles
Shia Reeder, TOL, 8 Tackles
Anthony Davis, TOL, 6 Tackles
Nicolas Kowalski, TOL, 4 Tackles
David Payne, TOL, 4 Tackles

Injuries

No Major Injuries
No Major Injuries

Offensive Line Rating

7.1
6.8

Punting

40.8
36.5

3rd Down Efficiency

5-13
4-14

4th Down Efficiency

0-0
0-0

Penalties

9-83
6-50

 

 

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4 minutes ago, ImposterCauster said:

Member when death claimed that Temple and Toledo were the two best G5 teams? I member.

 

He was half-right though. Temple's pretty darn good.

remember thinking it was weird that the self proclaimed g5 superbowl didn't have smu or nevada

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Great game, Cade. Your boys almost pulled off the miracle rally at the end. You've built a program that's going to last in Eugene, and you're going to do great things in Tuscaloosa.

 

Eric Jennings didn't have his best game, but he closes out his career with his 26th win, a second straight 9-win season, and his first-ever bowl win. Eric, it has been a pleasure to coach you for these past five seasons and I'm going to be rooting so hard for you in the NFL. Also, a shout-out to Bradley Cantu, who got moved down in the rotation when Noah Hills committed--but he stayed the course and came up with the touchdown catch that gave us the lead for good in his final game as a Jayhawk.

 

Gotta give props to my offensive line. They had the unenviable task of facing off against one of the best defensive lines ever, one that's sacked every quarterback they've faced this season. Last year, they held them to 1 sack. This year, they did one better. Unbelievable performance, I'm so proud of this unit--and we keep 4 of them next year.

 

And somehow, the defensive line was even better. All three guys on it got at least an assisted sack--and this was the first statsheet appearance for Albert Duke, who I put in the lineup midseason. But the game ball is rightfully going to Thierno Hayes. He's been one of the overlooked guys on my roster, and for good reason. But you can bet that he worked his tail off during bowl practice, and that paid off in a big way. That interception's gonna be part of KU lore for a long time to come.

 

And because of all that, Eric Jennings, James Carson, Bradley Cantu, and all the rest of my seniors go out winners.

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8 minutes ago, Darman said:

You got a glass jaw man

Idk wut that means.

 

I'm just so sick of people being on my case, it's so beyond playful shit talk, its excessive at this point. Everg single thing related to toledo gets some fucking troll post in it. Imposter has probably saved the link to that thread for 6 months so he could post it in here to up his ego. 

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2 minutes ago, deathcpo said:

Idk wut that means.

 

I'm just so sick of people being on my case, it's so beyond playful shit talk, its excessive at this point. Everg single thing related to toledo gets some fucking troll post in it. Imposter has probably saved the link to that thread for 6 months so he could post it in here to up his ego. 

The thing is you don't get to shit talk and make stupid claims when things are going well and then expect to not get heat when you lose. If you can't handle people saying shit then don't start saying shit in the first place.

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8 minutes ago, panther553212 said:

The thing is you don't get to shit talk and make stupid claims when things are going well and then expect to not get heat when you lose. If you can't handle people saying shit then don't start saying shit in the first place.

I didnt talk shit, I called my game the g5 superbowl. Its a game that's supposed to be fun, which is what I'm trying to do, but half the people here suck so much fun out of it that I barely get anything out it anymore.  Which is why I hardly an active anymore. I barely ever post on here these days. The culture of this place is so fucking toxic, just leave me the fuck alone if you have nothing nice to say. I just wanna play the game and enjoy myself.

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1 minute ago, Darman said:

I guess if I said "get fucked toledo" it would be better...

Lol ok u got me there, I was just salty that I got passed over for the team I coach when I said I was interested in taking over for raybaxter.

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29 minutes ago, deathcpo said:

I didnt talk shit, I called my game the g5 superbowl. Its a game that's supposed to be fun, which is what I'm trying to do, but half the people here suck so much fun out of it that I barely get anything out it anymore.  Which is why I hardly an active anymore. I barely ever post on here these days. The culture of this place is so fucking toxic, just leave me the fuck alone if you have nothing nice to say. I just wanna play the game and enjoy myself.

 

29 minutes ago, deathcpo said:

The culture of this place is so fucking toxic

 

Yup... That's pretty much why I stopped writing media and just coach my college team now.  I love the sim but I'm not one of the "cool kids" so I got tired of messing with the social aspect of it.

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10 minutes ago, HAFFnHAFF said:

 

 

Yup... That's pretty much why I stopped writing media and just coach my college team now.  I love the sim but I'm not one of the "cool kids" so I got tired of messing with the social aspect of it.

 

:(

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11 minutes ago, HAFFnHAFF said:

 

 

Yup... That's pretty much why I stopped writing media and just coach my college team now.  I love the sim but I'm not one of the "cool kids" so I got tired of messing with the social aspect of it.

But bb you are cool :wub:

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15 minutes ago, Jumbo said:

 

:(

 

I'm sure I will get back to it at some point.  But it was wearing on me enough I stopped being on much out of self preservation.  I think these are actually my first comments on the site in like a month lol... 

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Great game Klem.. I was more anxious about this game than any other I've had on the site.. 

 

Notes from the game:

  • Mohamed Mustafa breaks the WVU single season record for rushing TDs with his 16th and 17th TD on the year.  Not bad for a 2/4 RB.
  • Mohammed Foster ties Eric Jennings for the least amount of interceptions in the :bigtwelve:with 7.  He finishes the season with 3,604 and 26 TDs.
  • Ahmed London finishes off his stellar WVU senior season with 50 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 1 pick.  He also was the man who clinched our bowl eligibility with the FR for a TD against Maryland.  He's going to be a great pro.

We played a rough schedule and had some growing pains at the beginning, however; a hell of a run to finish of the season.  11/12 (I'm counting the slot WR) players return on offense.  7/11 Players return on defense and we get a JuCo ILB to replace the walk-on who started this year.  The excitement level is high in Morgantown

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