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|CFB Week 2 Game Notes
||Mon, 10 September 2012 20:40
Registered: June 2011
Just some notes I've put together for most of the FBS games played in Week 2 from digging through box scores, drive charts, and some personal opinions from watching the games. NOTE: I don't follow the WAC or SBC this year, so the only time those games are included is if they faced a team from one of the remaining conferences.|
Feel free to add in any additional info and/or change something that may be incorrect or may have been missed.
PITTSBURGH @ CINCINNATI – Pitt definitely had their chances. Both of their TOs (2-0 deficit) either directly led to Cincinnati points or kept points off the board after a long drive. Pitt moved the ball most of the night, but perhaps the most critical error came just before the half when Pitt, down 17-0, was looking to climb back in it and drove to the UC 6 before firing incomplete and letting the clock run out. Pitt held 23-19 FD while UC held 464-415 total yard & 7.9-5.3 YPP edges. Panthers run defense (and D overall) was awful all night – 259 yards allowed on the ground at 8.4 YPC. Cincinnati was clearly the better team here, but this final margin is inflated due to some multiple Pittsburgh miscues. Legaux looked good (14-28-205-2-0 and another 117 rushing) after some questions surrounded the QB spot coming into 2012. Pitt's OL – which allowed 64 sacks in 2011 – allowed another 6 here. Alarming.
UTAH @ UTAH STATE – Overtime. Utah lost QB Jordan Wynn late 2nd quarter, but Jon Hays actually came in and seemed to spark a stagnant Utah offense a bit. Utah held a 19-17 FD edge, but USU held 370-325 total yard & 5.5-4.0 YPP edges. Utes offense looked poor for most of the night – very little success running the ball or throwing it. First score of the game was a USU blocked punt return TD. Aggies led for a large part of this game and were the better team in this one.
NORTH CAROLINA STATE @ CONNECTICUT – Defensive barn burner in Storrs. Lots of punts and not a single drive longer than 65 yards by either team in the game. NC state 12-11 FD & 258-239 total yard edges. Neither team could run the ball at all and mediocre QB play by both QBs.
NEW HAMPSHIRE @ MINNESOTA – Controlled by UM pretty much the entire way. 19-14 FD & 412-231 total yard edges. 240 yards rushing (4.6) for the Gophers. 30-7 @ the half & coasted from there. Good game for Minnesota. NH is a Top 20 FCS team.
CENTRAL FLORIDA @ OHIO STATE – Final score pretty much indicative of how this one played out. OSU held 25-16 FD & 411-352 total yard edges. Buckeyes ground game was outstanding against a tough UCF D (256/5.0). Great overall game for Braxton Miller. Have to tip your cap to the Knights for not letting this game get away when OSU opened the 2nd half with B2B TDs to open a 21 point lead.
TULANE @ TULSA – Not even a game between these 2 teams. 45-10 final, which includes a late meaningless 66 yard touchdown by Tulane. 31-11 FD & 651-177 total yard edges for the Hurricane. Tulsa with 364 rushing yards (6.6) & 287 through the air (9.0). 35-3 Tulsa @ the half.
MARYLAND @ TEMPLE – When you take Temple's run game away, you eliminate their entire offense. Dominant defensive performance for the Terps against what many feel is a rebuilding Temple team. 52 rushing yards (1.3) for the Owls. 19-19 FD & 334-230 total yard edges for the game in favor of Maryland. MD held a 26-3 HT lead but allowed Temple to have life with multiple critical 2H turnovers. Final score could have and perhaps should have been even worse. Much better game for Maryland freshman QB Perry Hills (11-21-190-2-0).
PENN STATE @ VIRGINIA – Tough loss for the Nittany Lions as their rough season continues. Expected defensive battle in this one. PSU held 19-14 FD & 330-295 total yard edges. 7-3 PSU @ the half, 10-7 UVA after 3, late TD drive for UVA to take 17-16 lead. PSU drove down and had a shot at a GW 42 yard FG but missed. PSU K 1-5 on the day which was critical in this outcome.
AUBURN @ MISSISSIPPI STATE – Controlled by MSU. 23-15 FG & 388-216 total yard edges for the Bulldogs. 7 of Auburn's 14 points came from a KR TD. Mississippi State D held Auburn to just 91 yards rushing (2.3), while rushing for 166 yards (4.6) themselves. Tyler Russell went 20-29-222-3-0, which is a terrific sign for their outlook this season. 5-1 TO edge for MSU.
MIAMI (FL) @ KANSAS STATE – After a horrible defensive performance vs BC in week 1, this was an absolutely dreadful showing against Kansas State. KSU 27-13 FD & 498-262 total yard edges. Hurricanes surrender 288 yards rushing (4.8) and another 210 through the air on an alarming 19.1 YPA. No run game for Miami at all (40/1.4). Wildcats every bit as dominant as the final score shows.
EAST CAROLINA @ SOUTH CAROLINA – Connor Shaw sat this one out, but it didn't matter, as Dylan Thompson (21-37-330-3-0) played a great game. ECU defense couldn't get off the field all day, but they did move the football a little bit at times but costly mistakes halted anything they had going on. SC 25-18 FD & 528-403 total yard edges, but a good portion of ECU's yards came in the late 2H when the game was far out of reach. Horrible game for Rio Johnson (18-29-193-0-3).
BALL STATE @ CLEMSON – 45-10 Clemson lead @ the half before BSU put together some meaningless 2H drives. 28-20 FD & 526-380 total yard edges for CU, but they were far more dominant than that. Clemson offense was a well oiled machine and Tajh Boyd had a terrific game (19-23-229-3-0).
MAINE @ BOSTON COLLEGE – Good overall game for BC, especially on defense. 21-12 FD & 385-193 total yard edges. Decent game for Rettig (16-32-219-3-0), but the offense in general was mediocre. Offense failed to score on first 5 drives and punted 7 times overall. Maine is a Top 25 FCS team.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS @ MIAMI (OH) – Very mediocre effort by Miami. 23-19 FD edges for MU but a 349-336 total yard edge for SIU. Still no running game whatsoever for the Redhawks (110/3.3), as Dysert continues to be their one and only weapon. Miami was also aided by a 2Q INT return for a TD, which broke a 7-7 tie at the time.
ILLINOIS STATE @ EASTERN MICHIGAN – After a dreadful week 1 performance, EMU put together another clunker in week 2 by getting torn apart by ISU in this one. 21-11 FD & 371-248 total yard edges for ISU. EMU run game stifled for the game at 103/3.2, which greatly hinders their ability to score when that happens. 31-14 final that was slight inflated by a 5-2 ISU TO edge, but they were the better team in this contest. Illinois State is a Top 25 FCS team.
AUSTIN PEAY @ VIRGINIA TECH – VT handled AP pretty handily in this one, just 5 days after facing GT on Labor Day. 22-13 FD & 419-221 total yard edges. Excellent game for Logan Thomas (15-23-212-2-0) and the Hokies ran the ball well (187/4.9).
SOUTHERN UTAH @ CALIFORNIA – Very misleading final score and also a misleading box score. California laid an egg in week 1 and pretty much did the same again here, as this game was only 20-17 heading into the 4th. With the score 27-17 in the 4th, the Golden Bears added an INT return TD & a punt return TD to blow the game open. Once it was out of reach, SU then tacked on 2 long TD drives to inflate their offensive numbers. Cal finished with 20-18 FD & 518-371 total yard edges. This game was not only much closer than the final, but also a much lower scoring game than it shows. SU did score a TD on a Hail Mary going into halftime.
SACRAMENTO STATE @ COLORADO – Absolutely awful game for the Buffs in a 30-28 loss. 28-20 FD & 466-341 total yard edges for SS. Colorado defense was nowhere to be found in this game, as they gave up 154/4.4 on the ground & 312/8.4 through the air. Another very mediocre offensive showing as well.
WEBER STATE @ BYU – Dominant effort by the Cougars. 26-15 FD & 532-254 total yard edges, which includes a last minute 77 yard TD drive for Weber State which meant nothing. Riley Nelson went 18-29-244-1-1 & BYU rushed for 225/6.1.
EASTERN WASHINGTON @ WASHINGTON STATE – This one could have easily gone the other way, as EW held 22-20 FD & 469-355 total yard edges. Cougars Air Raid attack was mediocre again, as they threw for only 247 yards on 6.7 YPA. WSU backup QB Connor Halliday saw some time in this contest.
PURDUE @ NOTRE DAME – ND defense was outstanding in this contest, holding Purdue to 288 total yards and forcing Purdue QBs to 19-37 (5.4 YPA). Irish had no run game whatsoever (52/1.4), but Golson had another very efficient game (21-31-289-1-0). This was a horrible situation for ND, but they were able to tough out a 3 point win and held 19-14 FD & 376-288 total yard edges.
MISSOURI STATE @ LOUISVILLE – Complete game all around for UL, just 6 days after battling their arch rival Kentucky. 25-15 FD & 475 total yard edges. Another great game for Bridgewater (30-39-344-2-0), who is progressing beautifully for Charlie Strong's team.
INDIANA @ MASSACHUSETTS – After getting destroyed by Connecticut on opening night, Massachusetts showed they are likely to be a completely non-competitive team once again, this time getting destroyed 45-6 by the Hoosiers. 34-14 FD & 596-264 total yard edges for IU and this one wasn't even close. 38-6 at the half before coasting. IU lost starting QB Tre Roberson for the year in this contest.
AIR FORCE @ MICHIGAN – Air Force was simply overmatched on the defensive side of the ball in this one, but their triple option posted 290 yards rushing (4.1) and they battled the Wolverines all the way. AF held 26-19 FD while UM held a 422-417 total yard edge.
HOWARD @ RUTGERS – Another dreadful offensive performance by Rutgers, scoring only 26 points, 7 of which came off a blocked punt return for a TD. 16-12 FD & 321-149 total yard edges for the Scarlet Knights. The run game did well (191/5.8), but it's clear at this point that Rutgers has real offensive issues after struggling LW vs Tulane and now again vs Howard.
USC @ SYRACUSE – Slow offensive start to this game for both teams (0-0 after 1), but ultimately USC had too many offensive weapons for Syracuse here. Syracuse held 27-17 FD & 455-445 total yard edges, but that does include a couple of meaningless late TD drives that padded their numbers. Syracuse actually played some pretty good D through 3 quarters before getting worn down in the 4th.
FLORIDA @ TEXAS A&M – Tale of 2 halves, as A&M controlled the first half, but the Gators controlled the 2nd half and ultimately got the win. FDs tied 21-21, while A&M held a 334-307 total yard edge. Driskel 13-16-162-0-0 while Manziel played a good 1H before the UF defense really held him in check in the 2nd.
WESTERN KENTUCKY @ ALABAMA – Not the best performance by Alabama, but their defense led the way to the shutout win. 17-14 FD & 328-224 total yard edges. Tide helped out by 4-0 TO edge and AJ McCarron played a marvelous game (14-19-219-4-0).
MICHIGAN STATE @ CENTRAL MICHIGAN – CMU never had a chance. 24-14 FD & 495-245 total yard edges for MSU. Chippewas offense didn't score (only points came on an INT return very late). Maxwell played much better this week (20-31-275-2-0). This was a tough situation for MSU and CMU laid a complete egg, which is not a good sign after they struggled LW as well.
IOWA STATE @ IOWA – Another ugly performance for Iowa in the 3 point loss. 19-15 FD & 342-304 edges for ISU and they really appeared to be the superior team for much of this game but squandered several opportunities (4-2 TO deficit) to make this margin bigger.
RICE @ KANSAS – Dayne Crist puts together another horrible performance for KU as they fall to Rice 25-24. 25-22 FD & 403-339 total yard edges for Rice. LW Rice gave up over 600 yards to UCLA, but TW KU could only muster 339 yards & 24 points, which is a clear warning sign for this attack.
SOUTH FLORIDA @ NEVADA – Back and forth game that saw USF steal this one late with a 56 yard bomb for a TD in the closing seconds. 30-26 FD edge for Nevada but 572-549 total yard edge for USF. Both teams moves the ball pretty much at will all afternoon, both on the ground and through the air. Defense very hard to come by in this one.
NORTH CAROLINA @ WAKE FOREST – Critical ACC loss for UNC. Wake held 24-22 FD edges, while yards were basically tied at 428-426. Tanner Price was a machine at 27-38-327-0-1 and Wake held a 2-1 TO edge. Game went back and forth for most of the way.
WISCONSIN @ OREGON STATE – Beavers defense absolutely dominated this football game, holding Wisconsin to 35 rushing yards on 1.5 YPC. OSU held 18-13 FD & 354-207 total yard edges overall. OSU could have widened the margin very easily but were SOD a couple of times and missed a FG. OSU very nearly pitched a shutout.
GEORGIA STATE @ TENNESSEE – This one was an easy route for the Vols. 27-22 FD & 558-263 total yard edges. Never close.
TOLEDO @ WYOMING – Horrible situation for Toledo, but offense was the name of the game in this back and forth contest as the Rockets got the 3 point win. 30-23 FD edge for UT, while WY held a 526-504 total yard edge. WY lost QB Brett Smith midway through the 4th quarter.
SAVANNAH STATE @ FLORIDA STATE – 20-3 FD & 413-28 total yard edges. 55-0 final. Running clock in the 2nd half.
MORGAN STATE @ BUFFALO – UB offense was prolific, scoring touchdowns on 6 of their first 7 possessions. 28-25 FD & 571-366 total yard edges for the Bulls. 306 yards rushing (9.6) while Morgan State did tack on some late yardage to pad numbers just a bit.
AKRON @ FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL – Spirited effort by Akron after getting blasted by UCF in week 1. 23-22 FD & 441-411 total yard edges for FIU. Game was back and forth the entire way before being settled in OT. Dalton Williams 27-54-313-5-1. FIU had 232 yards rushing (4.6).
FRESNO STATE @ OREGON – Calling off the dogs seems to be the name of the game in Eugene, as after they let up on Arkansas State in week 1, they opened a 35-3 lead in this one before coasting. FSU punted on 6 of their first 7 possessions before racking up a large chunk of their yardage in the 2H, while Oregon scored touchdowns on 5 of their first 7 possessions, with their shortest TD drive being 68 yards. 27-23 FD & 532-365 total yard edges for UO. Ducks had 366 yards on the ground (6.3).
UL Monroe @ Arkansas – Shocker of the day, as 30 point dog ULM wins outright in OT, proving once again that the coaching downgrade from Bobby Petrino to John L. Smith is massive. 30-21 FD & 550-377 total yard edges for the Warhawks, as they threw for 412 yards. UA did lose Tyler Wilson for the 2H of this game.
NORTH DAKOTA STATE @ COLORADO STATE – 21-11 FD & 366-243 total yard edges for NDSU, as Colorado State followed up LW's upset win over rival Colorado with a dud in week 2. Rams offense extremely poor, especially on the ground (72/3.0). NDSU is a Top 5 FCS team.
PRESBYTERIAN @ GEORGIA TECH – 23-10 FD & 712-243 total yard edges in the 59-3 GT win. 469 rushing yards (8.1) for GT.
WASHINGTON @ LSU – Huskies never stood a chance as LSU simply pounded them all night long. 24-12 FD & 437-183 total yard edges. LSU rushed for 242 yards (4.7) while Mettenberger put together another very efficient effort at 12-18-195-1-0.
UTEP @ MISSISSIPPI – Great offensive showing for the Rebels, posting 25-17 FD & 538-311 total yard edges for the game. Ole Miss had 332 yards rushing (7.2), while Bo Wallace played extremely well at 15-22-174-3-0. Final score could have been worse but Mississippi had a 3-1 TO deficit.
IDAHO @ BOWLING GREEN – No run game for either team, but the air attacks were prolific. BG held 18-17 FD & 373-358 total yard edges for the game. Matt Schillz 24-35-283-1-1, while Dominique Blackman 30-37-352-1-1.
NEW MEXICO STATE @ OHIO – 28-15 FD & 584-206 total yard edge for OU. Score was 21-14 OU at the half & 21-17 early 3Q before the Bobcats blew it open. OU every bit as dominant as the final score indicates. 293 yards rushing (5.7) & another 291 through the air (10.0).
FLORIDA A&M @ OKLAHOMA – Better effort for the Sooners this week. 33-9 FD & 662-235 total yard edges in the dominant performance.
WESTERN CAROLINA @ MARSHALL – Marshall led 24-3 @ half and 45-10 after 3 en route to the 52-24 final. MU held 37-21 FD & 615-335 total yard edges, with a lot of WC's yards coming in garbage time. Huge game for Rakeem Cato (32-42-377-3-0) and they rolled in this one.
TEXAS TECH @ TEXAS STATE – After their monumental upset in week 1 over Houston, TS was hammered here 58-10 by TT. Red Raiders held 32-16 FD & 591-270 total yard edges. TT led 28-0 early 2Q, 38-10 @ half, & 55-10 after 3. TT 8.8 YPA for the game to only 4.4 for TS. Doege threw for 319 yards & 5 touchdowns.
MEMPHIS @ ARKANSAS STATE – Interesting box score as Memphis lost by just 5 (33-28) while getting outgained 619-293 and had 20 less first downs for the ballgame (33-13), yet only held a +1 TO differential. ASU held a 6.4-5.2 YPP edge and Memphis scored on a blocked punt for a TD and a fumble return for a TD to help make the final score closer than it really was. Red Wolves rushed for 317 yards on 5.9 YPC.
TENNESSEE-MARTIN @ NORTHERN ILLINOIS – TM had their chances in this one, as they missed a FG after a 66 yard drive, fumbled after a 61 yard drive, and were SOD all in the first half and trailed 21-0. NIU won 35-7 but only held 26-17 FD & 427-346 total yard edges for the game. They did rush for 213 yards (4.3) and Jordan Lynch had a good game at 19-25-214-1-1.
GRAMBLING STATE @ TCU – 26-5 FD & 531-70 total yard edges for TCU en route to the 56-0 shutout.
EASTERN ILLINOIS @ WESTERN MICHIGAN – Game was tied 14-14 after 1, but WMU blew it open starting in the 2Q and took a 42-14 HT lead and coasted. After a rough showing LW vs Illinois, Alex Carder was much better this week at 29-40-364-5-1 and WM held 31-16 FD & 631-344 total yard edges in the game. Good to see the Broncos ground game get going as well (229/4.9).
ARMY @ SAN DIEGO STATE – Don't be fooled by relative closeness of these two teams in the box score (21-18 FD & 443-332 total yard edges for SDSU). The final score accurately shows the domination by SDSU in this game. Rocky Long once again showed his prowess for slowing the option, as they opened up a 35-0 3Q lead before Army racked up drives of 75 & 56 yards to boost their stats. Aztecs posted a 7.0-4.7 YPP edge, rushed for 228/5.4 & threw for 215/10.2. Total domination.
KENT STATE @ KENTUCKY – This was much closer than the final score indicates. Kent took an early 7-0 lead, trailed 17-7 at HT, pulled within 17-14 early 3Q, and then made some critical mistakes to let it slip away before Kentucky simply piled it on in the 4th quarter. 25-24 FD & 539-409 total yard edges for UK. Giving up 409 total yards & 182/4.9 rushing yards to the Flashes is more than alarming for the UK defense, but their offense put up some big numbers against a gritty KSU D. Max Smith played well (30-39-354-4-0) to help blow this one open.
GEORGIA @ MISSOURI – Closer game than the final score indicates. Tough, defensive battle in the 1H (10-9 Mizz) before the offenses kicked it into gear in the 2H. UGA led 24-20 after 3 but tacked on 3 4th quarter scores to produce your 41-20 final, with the Bulldogs final 2 TDs being on drives covering a grand total of 6 yards following Missouri turnovers. Tigers held 18-17 FD & 371-355 total yard edges, while UGA held a 5.1-4.6 YPP edge. Both running games struggled for the most part as they relied on their star QBs.
NEBRASKA @ UCLA – Offensive fireworks in this one, totaling 46 FDs & 1092 total yards between the two teams in the 36-30 UCLA victory. Bruins held 26-20 FD & 653-439 total yard edges as neither team played much D. Another huge game for Brett Hundley (21-33-305-4-0) while both rush offenses were dominant (NU 260/7.2 & UCLA 344/6.1). 14-7 after 1, 24-24 @ half, 27-27 after 3. Big win for the Bruins.
VANDERBILT @ NORTHWESTERN – Low scoring slugfest between these two teams as VU led most of the way before falling in the 4th quarter. NW tacked on a late TD to make the final look much worse than it was. 23-17 FD & 324-318 total yard edges for the Wildcats and they were also +2 in turnovers. Commodores led 10-3 at HT & 10-6 after 3 as both offenses struggled for most of the evening.
LOUISIANA TECH @ HOUSTON – After a tumultuous 7 day stretch for Houston, this one was back and forth, up and down the field all night long. 40-38 FD & 693-598 total yard edges for UH as David Piland threw 77 passes (53-77-580-4-0). Colby Cameron wasn't far behind at 34-52-353-3-0. 14-6 LT after 1, 21-20 LT at HT, 42-27 LT after 3, and 56-35 late 4Q before UH tacked on 2 late touchdowns to close the gap and make the final close.
NEW MEXICO @ TEXAS – Pretty good game for David Ash (16-22-221-2-0) as Texas pitched the 45-0 shutout. UT did surrender 206/4.4 on the ground, but held 20-16FD, 431-241 total yard, & 7.1-3.8 YPP edges for the game.
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN @ SMU – Wild game here, as SFA posted 28-17 FD & 466-328 total yard edges yet were SHUTOUT 52-0 by SMU. TEN turnovers by SFA set the path for this blowout, as SMU scored 4 non-offensive touchdowns (3 defensive, 1 on a blocked FG return) and SMU only had 2 drives longer than 50 yards the entire day. This one was clearly handed to SMU by SFA, but Garrett Gilbert's numbers were extremely mediocre again (19-36-205-1-1).
NORTHERN ARIZONA @ UNLV – Rebels were poised to bring this one home leading 14-0 in the 3Q before allowing a 75 yard punt return TD to get NA back in it. FDs were tied at 20-20 while UNLV held 428-288 total yard edge for the game. Nick Sherry had a better game this week at 16-29-239-0-0 and the UNLV defense had their opportunity to close this one out and failed.
ILLINOIS @ ARIZONA STATE – This one was over quick, as ASU drove the length of the field in their opening drive before fumbling on their way to the endzone, then responded to that mistake by engineering 4 consecutive touchdown drives to blow it open 28-7 and never looked back. ASU held 26-19 FD & 510-332 total yard edges and the 45-14 final score is 100% accurate as to the domination that took place in this game. Illinois QB Nathan Scheelhaase DNP.
OKLAHOMA STATE @ ARIZONA – Reminiscent of the Louisiana Tech/Houston game, this was another high flying offensive shootout, with over 60 total first downs, over 1100 total yards, and almost 100 points scored combined in this ballgame. UA offense is really clicking under Rodriguez, as they posted 501 yards & 59 points TW after topping 600 yards LW. 32-30 FD edge for UA but 636-501 total yard edges for OSU. Cowboys opened a 14-0 1Q lead before 30 unanswered by Arizona. Wildcats held a 4-0 TO edge (3 INT by Wes Lunt).
DUKE @ STANFORD – Duke punted on their first 7 possessions and were SOD on their 8th as Stanford opened a 23-0 2Q lead. 18-18 FDs & 385-373 total yard edge for Duke, but nearly all of those yards came in the 2H while they were trailing big. SU offense moved the ball well early and could have made this a much larger HT lead (settled for 3 1H FGs). Nunes 16-30-275-3-1 for the night.
|Re: CFB Week 2 Game Notes
||Tue, 11 September 2012 04:02
Registered: January 2007
Great job. Here are all of NCAA week 2, FBS, games done using a program I created. I posted something similar in last weeks notes.|
I've put something online so others can use it. Here's a sample game that I inputted from Thursday night for NCAA. I've also added NFL, and CFL to use. Each is slightly different so make sure you have the appropriate pulldown selected before hitting go.
You can get almost all the information on ESPN's scoreboard page to put in each cell (minus the line on the game). If you click the "expand all games tab" the score, yardage and turnovers for every game are on the page.
You are welcome to use it/test it during the football season. It doesn't require a username or anything, and won't, just input then click go.
Here's the main link to it.
Read the basic instructions. Only thing that will throw the program off is if you input the "spread" wrong. If the home team is favorite put a - sign in front of the number (-7). If the road team is favorite, just put a 7. Everything else is straight forward.
It works for CFL and NFL boxes as well. I had a nice CFL winner last week based on a play/fade situation from last week. I used this as part of my handicapping to help, not as an auto play.
NOTE* Just make sure you have the correct sport in your pulldown menu (NFL,CFL,NCAA) and the spread inputted correctly and it works good.
Again, I don't use the "suggestions" as automatic plays, it just helps me look more into an upcoming game or teams. I use it as part of my handicapping with my power rankings.
Here are my ratings and totals for week 3 (if a minus sign next to a number that means a home favorite, if just the number it means a road favorite)
so it reads like this Tenn Martin -20.07 total of 61.04
SE Louisiana Tenn-Martin 61.04 -20.07 9/13/2012
Alabama Arkansas 55.55 11.56 9/15/2012
Alabama St. Grambling St. 44.46 10.07 9/15/2012
Albany Youngstown St. 53.41 -3.94 9/15/2012
AR Pine Bluff Alcorn St. 50.57 -7.17 9/15/2012
Arizona State Missouri 59.78 -6.62 9/15/2012
Arkansas State Nebraska 59.99 -20.79 9/15/2012
Austin Peay Tennessee St. 61.40 -12.89 9/15/2012
Ball St. Indiana 67.37 -7.72 9/15/2012
Bethune-Cookman Miami (FL) 56.41 -33.22 9/15/2012
Boston College Northwestern 50.05 0.57 9/15/2012
Bowling Green Toledo 59.81 -7.77 9/15/2012
Brown Holy Cross 41.92 -3.67 9/15/2012
Bucknell Delaware 37.06 -28.55 9/15/2012
Butler Dartmouth 42.77 -8.35 9/15/2012
BYU Utah 42.26 1.14 9/15/2012
Cal Poly Wyoming 55.45 -14.36 9/15/2012
California Ohio St. 53.80 -14.07 9/15/2012
Campbell Old Dominion 70.28 -38.07 9/15/2012
Central Conn. St. New Hampshire 65.04 -24.41 9/15/2012
Charleston Sou. Illinois 48.24 -47.82 9/15/2012
Citadel Appalachian St. 45.39 -2.64 9/15/2012
Colorado Fresno St. 57.56 -11.27 9/15/2012
Colorado St. San Jose St. 46.67 -10.64 9/15/2012
Connecticut Maryland 48.80 1.80 9/15/2012
Cornell Fordham 45.76 -0.78 9/15/2012
Delaware St. Cincinnati 51.96 -45.99 9/15/2012
Drake Indiana St. 53.75 -17.33 9/15/2012
Duquesne Valparaiso 49.46 36.75 9/15/2012
East Carolina Southern Miss 64.68 -5.46 9/15/2012
East. Michigan Purdue 48.24 -21.99 9/15/2012
Eastern Illinois Illinois St. 54.44 -13.93 9/15/2012
Eastern Kentucky Coastal Carolina 45.59 -4.62 9/15/2012
Florida Tennessee 45.28 2.44 9/15/2012
Florida Atlantic Georgia 47.24 -48.98 9/15/2012
Florida International UCF 51.25 -11.36 9/15/2012
Furman Clemson 65.21 -27.12 9/15/2012
Hampton Florida A&M 49.79 -3.84 9/15/2012
Houston UCLA 64.52 -11.03 9/15/2012
Howard Norfolk St. 41.64 -19.11 9/15/2012
Idaho LSU 46.59 -49.12 9/15/2012
Jackson St. Texas Southern 54.97 3.84 9/15/2012
LA Lafayette Oklahoma St. 73.42 -25.38 9/15/2012
LA Monroe Auburn 52.94 -17.76 9/15/2012
Lamar Hawaii 56.75 -28.16 9/15/2012
Liberty Montana 55.20 -7.00 9/15/2012
Maine Bryant 46.37 16.38 9/15/2012
Marist Columbia 39.39 5.54 9/15/2012
Massachusetts Michigan 49.81 -40.74 9/15/2012
McNeese St. Weber St. 48.42 -3.90 9/15/2012
Miami (OH) Boise State 47.28 -21.19 9/15/2012
Middle Tenn. St. Memphis 57.53 -2.76 9/15/2012
Miss. Valley St. Southern 51.92 -9.29 9/15/2012
Mississippi St. Troy 52.19 23.85 9/15/2012
Monmouth Wagner 41.42 10.45 9/15/2012
Morgan St. Akron 56.05 -18.56 9/15/2012
Murray St. Missouri St. 66.32 -2.72 9/15/2012
N.C. Central Duke 60.70 -41.37 9/15/2012
Navy Penn St. 45.35 -9.48 9/15/2012
New Mexico Texas Tech 64.17 -31.42 9/15/2012
New Mexico St. UTEP 56.89 -14.44 9/15/2012
Nicholls St. Tulsa 52.10 -44.89 9/15/2012
North Carolina Louisville 50.23 -1.61 9/15/2012
North Dakota San Diego St. 47.69 -21.36 9/15/2012
North Texas Kansas St. 56.86 -26.12 9/15/2012
Northern Colorado Sacramento St. 58.73 -11.94 9/15/2012
Northern Illinois Army 50.86 5.94 9/15/2012
Northern Iowa Iowa 37.08 -12.76 9/15/2012
Northwestern St. Nevada 52.06 -31.06 9/15/2012
Notre Dame Michigan St. 46.55 -3.88 9/15/2012
Ohio Marshall 58.15 7.80 9/15/2012
Pennsylvania Lafayette 48.70 2.12 9/15/2012
Portland St. Washington 64.77 -32.77 9/15/2012
Prairie View A&M Alabama A&M 45.84 -6.27 9/15/2012
Presbyterian Vanderbilt 57.81 -44.18 9/15/2012
Princeton Lehigh 57.32 -23.60 9/15/2012
Rhode Island Villanova 55.02 -7.92 9/15/2012
Rice Louisiana Tech 57.74 -23.57 9/15/2012
Richmond Virginia Military 46.09 20.48 9/15/2012
Robert Morris Dayton 45.38 1.12 9/15/2012
Rutgers South Florida 44.02 -11.54 9/15/2012
S. Carolina St. Arizona 54.94 -28.01 9/15/2012
Sacred Heart Colgate 52.98 -11.49 9/15/2012
Sam Houston St. Baylor 74.59 -14.85 9/15/2012
Samford Gardner-Webb 40.35 14.36 9/15/2012
San Diego Harvard 50.27 -21.47 9/15/2012
SE Missouri St. Southern Ill. 51.19 -17.46 9/15/2012
South Alabama N.C. State 47.89 -33.07 9/15/2012
St. Francis (PA) Morehead St. 68.44 -1.63 9/15/2012
Stephen F. Austin Montana St. 62.47 -11.01 9/15/2012
Stony Brook Syracuse 60.98 -15.38 9/15/2012
TCU Kansas 59.52 20.92 9/15/2012
Tennessee Tech Oregon 71.01 -48.56 9/15/2012
Texas Mississippi 45.54 13.29 9/15/2012
Texas A&M SMU 54.42 7.75 9/15/2012
UAB South Carolina 53.10 -41.43 9/15/2012
UC Davis South Dakota St. 51.87 -2.32 9/15/2012
USC Stanford 58.76 5.58 9/15/2012
Utah State Wisconsin 53.25 -13.63 9/15/2012
UTSA Georgia St. 49.80 6.15 9/15/2012
Virginia Georgia Tech 48.18 -13.09 9/15/2012
Virginia Tech Pittsburgh 42.91 8.01 9/15/2012
W. Michigan Minnesota 58.70 -1.56 9/15/2012
Wake Forest Florida St. 48.95 -27.20 9/15/2012
Washington St. UNLV 56.34 12.33 9/15/2012
West Virginia James Madison 54.69 17.73 9/15/2012
West. Kentucky Kentucky 47.99 -4.82 9/15/2012
Western Carolina Wofford 48.55 -29.65 9/15/2012
Western Ill. Iowa St. 55.79 -29.81 9/15/2012
William & Mary Towson 53.19 -7.95 9/15/2012
Yale Georgetown 52.21 -0.94 9/15/2012
|Re: CFB Week 2 Game Notes
||Tue, 11 September 2012 10:57
Registered: July 2005
Fwiw, this is a great thread. If you can't find useful info between GettinIt's recap and Ebemiss's statistical breakdown, you should try harder! Thanks for sharing, guys!
|Re: CFB Week 2 Game Notes
||Tue, 11 September 2012 19:09
Registered: January 2012
Don't be fooled with Legoux, thought he looked bad throwing the ball and that low release angle will lead to tipped passes and picks. 14-28 is awful considering the success Cincy had in the run game. A couple of those completions were just simply jump balls his WR happened to get. He won't be able to convert on 3rd downs due to his weaknesses in the passing game. His OC will really have to script well to keep them in 3rd and shorts were he can be used in the run game off some type of fake to the TB's. Thought Pitt was more bad than Cincy was good. I will be fading Cincy hard ty. Thanks for the time you spend doing this BTW. Not bitching about any of your analysis just throwing in my perspective on that game. this thread is a big asset to the forum
|Re: CFB Week 2 Game Notes
||Wed, 12 September 2012 05:04
Registered: June 2011
Thanks guys. ebemiss - this look like good information. I need to use it a bit more, but thanks for sharing.
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