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[2019] Bowl Games - Day #12

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Orange Bowl (Miami Gardens, FL/+4/+3) :pitt: vs :vandy:

Spoiler

Pittsburgh (9-4) vs Vanderbilt (9-3)

Miami Gardens, FL - 76 F :sunny:

First Quarter

:vandy: Cody Smith, 38 yd FG - 8:20 (0-3)
:vandy: Stephen Waters, 2 yd TD run - 3:08 (0-10)

Second Quarter

:pitt: Benjamin Rincon, missed 44 yd FG - 0:00

Third Quarter

:vandy: Cody Smith, 28 yd FG - 11:22 (0-13)
:vandy: Justin Malloy to Ralph O'Rourke, 15 yd TD pass - 6:30 (0-20)
:pitt: Grant McConnell to Adam Coles, 15 yd TD pass - 2:30 (7-20)

Fourth Quarter

:vandy: Luke Lyles, fumble recovery for TD - 6:59 (7-27)

FINAL SCORE: Pittsburgh 7-27 Vanderbilt

MVP: Luke Lyles, DE, :vandy:

Passing Leaders

Grant McConnell, PITT, 16 of 30 for 152 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT
Justin Malloy, VANDY, 14 of 25 for 135 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT

Rushing Leaders

Rodrigo Rogers, PITT, 19 for 63 yards, 0 TD
Stephen Waters, VANDY, 26 for 111 yards, 1 TD

Receiving Leaders

Hunter Goodson, PITT, 5 for 51 yards, 0 TD
Samuel Ritter, PITT, 4 for 43 yards, 0 TD
Adam Coles, PITT, 2 for 28 yards, 1 TD
Joshua Barbour, PITT, 2 for 14 yards, 0 TD
Ralph O'Rourke, VANDY, 4 for 53 yards, 1 TD
Mendy Pickering, VANDY, 3 for 28 yards, 0 TD
DeAndre Felder, VANDY, 2 for 23 yards, 0 TD
Anderson Montoya, VANDY, 2 for 15 yards, 0 TD
 

Defensive Leaders

Michael McBride, PITT, 8 Tackles
Jacory Kirkland, PITT, 5 Tackles
Abe Rock, PITT, 5 Tackles
Phillip Tillman, PITT, 4 Tackles
Luke Lyles, VANDY, 1 Sack, 1 FR, 4 Tackles, 1 TD
Shawn Manuel, VANDY, 0.5 Sacks, 1 FF, 3 Tackles
Shawn Richardson, VANDY, 0.5 Sacks, 6 Tackles
Samuel Sands, VANDY, 8 Tackles

Injuries

No Major Injuries
No Major Injuries

Offensive Line Rating

6.6
6.8

Punting

41.4
43.2

3rd Down Efficiency

5-13
5-11

4th Down Efficiency

0-2
0-0

Penalties

10-99
3-28

 

Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA/+4/+3) :minnesota: vs :usc:

Spoiler

Minnesota (10-3) vs USC (10-2)

Pasadena, CA - 61 F :cloudy:

First Quarter

:usc: Luke Trickett to Gary Hill, 35 yd TD pass - 13:20 (0-7)
:usc: Luke Trickett, 2 yd TD run - 8:55 (0-14)
:usc: Louis Landry, INT - 1:19

Second Quarter

:usc: Jesus Cordero, 4 yd TD run - 12:38 (0-21)
:minnesota: Robbie Koehler to Robbie Duffy, 6 yd TD pass - 7:14 (7-21)
:usc: Luke Trickett to Sean Waller, 18 yd TD pass - 3:17 (7-28)

:minnesota: Paul Schultz, 31 yd FG - 0;00 (10-28)

Third Quarter

:minnesota: Paul Schultz, 25 yd FG - 8:28 (13-28)
:usc: Luke Trickett to William Doherty, 28 yd TD pass - 6:01 (13-35)

Fourth Quarter

:usc: Abdoul Walton, INT return for TD - 11:21 (13-42)

FINAL SCORE: Minnesota 13-42 USC

MVP: Luke Trickett, QB, :usc:

Passing Leaders

Robbie Koehler, MINN, 20 of 38 for 176 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT
Luke Trickett, USC, 26 of 35 for 318 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT

Rushing Leaders

Robbie Duffy, MINN, 15 for 29 yards, 0 TD
Jesus Cordero, USC, 16 for 40 yards, 1 TD
Luke Trickett, USC, 5 for 19 yards, 1 TD

Receiving Leaders

Antonio Gillespie, MINN, 3 for 46 yards, 0 TD
Michael Harper, MINN, 6 for 41 yards, 0 TD
Jamir Blackburn, MINN, 3 for 38 yards, 0 TD
Robbie Duffy, MINN, 2 for 12 yards, 1 TD
Sean Waller, USC, 8 for 91 yards, 1 TD
William Doherty, USC, 6 for 80 yards, 1 TD
Garry Hill, USC, 5 for 68 yards, 1 TD
Judah Erickson, USC, 3 for 45 yards, 0 TD

Defensive Leaders

Keith Lovelace, MINN, 1 Sack, 7 Tackles
James Burroughs, MINN, 8 Tackles
Jamal McGavin, MINN, 5 Tackles
Dean Smalley, MINN, 5 Tackles
Abdoul Walton, USC, 1 INT, 2 Tackles, 1 TD
Louis Landry, USC, 1 INT, 6 Tackles
Ilan Kuhn, USC, 1.5 Sacks, 5 Tackles
Samuel Hopper, USC, 0.5 Sacks, 3 Tackles

Injuries

No Major Injuries
No Major Injuries

Offensive Line Rating

6.1
7.7

Punting

42.2
46.3

3rd Down Efficiency

4-16
3-9

4th Down Efficiency

1-2
0-0

Penalties

7-88
5-58

 

Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, LA/+4/+3) :okst: vs :lsu:

Spoiler

Oklahoma State (8-4) vs LSU (10-3)

New Orleans, LA - 69 F :sunny:

First Quarter

:lsu: Wyatt Abel, 32 yd FG - 12:20 (0-3)

:lsu: Elias Allen-Hollis to Adam Vann, 16 yd TD pass - 8:12 (0-10)
:okst: Chester Brenner to Raheem Robinson, 77 yd TD pass - 7:25 (7-10)
:lsu: Wyatt Abel, 32 yd FG - 4:13 (7-13)
:okst: Chester Brenner to Raheem Robinson, 28 yd TD pass - 1:25 (14-13)

Second Quarter

:lsu: Wyatt Abel, missed 44 yd FG - 7:00

:okst: Ralph Hinson, 35 yd FG - 4:43 (17-13)
:lsu: Jayden Huff, 2 yd TD run - 0:52 (17-20)

:okst: Ralph Hinson, missed 57 yd FG - 0:00

Third Quarter

:okst: Chester Brenner to Raheem Robinson, 18 yd TD pass - 12:10 (24-20)
:lsu: Elias Allen-Hollis to Corey Garvin, 8 yd TD pass - 6:39 (24-27)
:okst: Ralph Hinson, 40 yd FG - 2:00 (27-27)

Fourth Quarter

:lsu: Elias Allen-Hollis to Dwayne Maddox, 6 yd TD pass - 5:28 (27-34)
:okst: Chester Brenner to Raheem Robinson, 10 yd TD pass - 1:30 (34-34)
:lsu: Wyatt Abel, 47 yd FG - 0:00 (34-37)

FINAL SCORE: Oklahoma State 34-37 LSU

MVP: Raheem Robinson, WR, :okst:

Passing Leaders

Chester Brenner, OKST, 25 of 48 for 400 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT
Elias Allen-Hollis, LSU, 18 of 23 for 315 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT

Rushing Leaders

Afasa Neru, OKST, 12 for 55 yards, 0 TD
Jayden Huff, LSU, 24 for 168 yards, 1 TD
Elias Allen-Hollis, LSU, 5 for 48 yards, 0 TD

Receiving Leaders

Raheem Robinson, OKST, 13 for 236 yards, 4 TD
Xavier Gant, OKST, 4 for 53 yards, 0 TD
Christopher Vinson, OKST, 3 for 27 yards, 0 TD
Samir Palmer, OKST, 2 for 21 yards, 0 TD
Dwayne Maddox, LSU, 4 for 88 yards, 1 TD
Corey Garvin, LSU, 6 for 81 yards, 1 TD
Adam Vann, LSU, 3 for 51 yards, 1 TD
Brandon Foster, LSU, 2 for 34 yards, 0 TD

Defensive Leaders

Antonio Askew, OKST, 8 Tackles
Aiden Posey, OKST, 6 Tackles
Adiran Connor, OKST, 4 Tackles
Noah Crawley, OKST, 4 Tackles
Carter Leavitt, LSU, 11 Tackles
Jeremy Whitehead, LSU, 6 Tackles
Jaiden Davenport, LSU, 4 Tackles
Ronnie Bailey, LSU, 4 Tackles

Injuries

No Major Injuries
No Major Injuries

Offensive Line Rating

6.2
7.2

Punting

40.
43.2

3rd Down Efficiency

7-15
5-10

4th Down Efficiency

0-0
0-0

Penalties

5-25
2-19

 

 

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40 minutes ago, DangerZoneh said:

 

Like the Kentucky-Iowa game a few years back when Austin Medina did the same thing

Medina turned out to be really good too :ph34r: (just kidding, he's a fucken scrub)

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49 minutes ago, panther553212 said:

Receiving Leaders

Raheem Robinson, OKST, 13 for 236 yards, 4 TD

 


Don't even fucking care that I lost. GG hell of a game.

 

GG panther

 

Raheem proves what I suspected all season, Malone and Bailey can't cover speed WRs to save their lives

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1 minute ago, cmcgill said:

 

 

GG panther

 

Raheem proves what I suspected all season, Malone and Bailey can't cover speed WRs to save their lives

I targeted your safeties which probably explains the 50% completion. Hell of a game and we sure put on a show. Grats on a great season and hopefully next time we meet it will be as exciting. 

On a different note as much as I would have liked to send out Raheem with a win I will gladly take a win over OU and then a hell of a bowl game like that. This is the first time I remember a losing team member getting MVP. Excited to see how he does in the NFL and excited to watch his career wherever he ends up(not SD please).

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Raheem notes:

  • First Big XII player to record 4 receiving touchdowns in a game
  • Fourth-most single-game receiving yards by a Big XII receiver
  • Most single-game receiving yards by a Big XII receiver in a postseason game
  • Second career game with 13+ receptions (opened 2019 season with 15 at Marshall)
  • Second Big XII player to record 13+ receptions in a bowl game (Wesly Anderson had 14 for Boise State in 2013 against Alabama)
  • Finishes 2019 season with 1620 receiving yards, the second-most in Big XII history to 2015 Tai Miller (1724 in 16 games).
  • Finishes 2019 season with 17 receiving touchdowns, tying Tai Miller's Big XII record
  • Finishes career with 330 receptions for 4517 yards, 42 TD, all Big XII records
  • Is a boss

Brenner notes:

  • Chester Brenner's 400 passing yards are an Oklahoma State record. So are his 4 touchdowns.
  • Brenner is the first Big XII quarterback to throw for 400 yards while completing fewer than 60% of his passes. He completed 52.08%.
  • Brenner finishes the season with 4132 passing yards, tied with Eric Jennings for 1st place in the Big XII in 2019 and T-4th in conference history.
  • Those 4132 yards, along with Brenner's 351 completions, 597 pass attempts, and 31 touchdowns are all new Oklahoma State records. His 129.71 passer rating is the best of any OkSt quarterback since 2016 Wayne Schmidt--the last Oklahoma State quarterback to take his team to a bowl game. It's also the second-best passer rating in school history.

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