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2009 NFL Post Season

Wildcard:

NY Giants defeated Washington 21-17, with a touchdown with 0:51 seconds left on the clock to secure their win. The Giants look to go all the way and not be knocked out like they were last year, by defeating New Orleans Saints next week.

Atlanta lost to the Cardinals, 25-13. It’s going to be tough for any team to take out the reigning Superbowl Champions, the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals will face the Chicago Bears next.

Jacksonville knocked off Tennessee, 30-12. Jacksonville has something to prove, and as one of only four teams never to have made it to the Superbowl, they look to end that streak this year. However, the New England Patriots want to make sure they go instead of Jacksonville, next week.

The NY Jets were blown out by the San Diego Chargers, 48-0. The Chargers made a statement that they wouldn’t lose again after their tough loss last year to the Cardinals and want their chance to win a Superbowl this year. They face the tough Pittsburgh Steelers next week however.



Division Championships

Divisional Round:

The NY Giants defeated the New Orleans Saints 21-10. They made it a point that the Saints never really had much of a fight during this matchup, and the Giants can’t wait to face whoever wins between the Cardinals and the Bears next!

The Arizona Cardinals got upset 33-21 by the Chicago Bears during this round. Arizona may have won it all last year, but as Chicago showed, this year is different. Chicago will be the ones facing the NY Giants next week for the NFC Championship.

The Jacksonville Jaguars lost to the New England Patriots in overtime, when Brady connected for a touchdown to win the game 20-13. New England will be facing the Chargers or the Steelers next week.

The San Diego Chargers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 in a great fashion. The Chargers showing they want that Superbowl win, and won’t let anyone stop them, especially not the Steelers. Next week they have Brady and the New England Patriots for the AFC Championship.



Conference Championship

The NY Giants defeated the Chicago Bears 27-24 in overtime by a field goal. This is the first playoff season to have two overtime games. The NY Giants are going to the Superbowl to face either the Patriots or the returning San Diego!

The San Diego Chargers lost to the New England Patriots, 35-27. Brady and the New England Patriots have never beaten Manning and the NY Giants in the playoff series, now they have a chance to face them in the Superbowl.



The Superbowl

The NY Giants lost to the New England Patriots, 13-15 in one of the most defensive struggles of the year!

Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens won the League MVP two years in a row now, with 312 att, 1497 yds, 14 TD, 63 rec, 670 yds, 4 TD.

Giants Eli Manning won Playoff MVP going 82/115, 1152 yds, 7 TD.

Baltimore’s Ray Rice won Offensive MVP as well.
New England’s CB Devin McCourty won Defensive MVP, 79 Tck, 2 Sck, 11 Int, 3 Def TD
San Francisco’s WR Vincent Wallace won Offensive ROY, 26 rec, 287 yds, 2 TD.
Tennessee’s LB Miquel Oliver won Defensive POY, 126 tck, 3 sck, 3 int.

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6-10 two years in a row. Sigh, they need to step it up if they want any chance. Hopefully getting a new head coach this year will change it up enough?

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A much better season this past year, going 12-1 (7-0 in conference). We were expected to finish third, with a good showing against Troy. We finished first, and beat Troy 34-16. Also, Offensive POY and Defensive POY were on our squad with RB Ingram and CB Jacobs. With both returning, I can only imagine the year we're going to have coming up!

Also Geneva Bible College: Prestige is (Low)34.

Recruitment Week

Offense

Quarterback:

Christopher Diehl, are best recruit this year, will be coming in to redshirt behind multiple talented QB's. Hopefully he can learn enough to be ready to start in a year or two when most, if not all have graduated.

Wide Receivers:

Anthony Youngblood is coming in from Owego, NY and Philip Rivera is from Green Bay, WI. Both have decent potential, but with the WR game the way it is for us right now, both will pretty much indefinitely see the redshirt side of things.

Tight Ends:

David Hughes and Adam Freeman are both Tight Ends coming in, but neither show much potential in that area.

Offensive Line:

C Richard Lee
OT Jared Walker
OG Jesse Villarreal
OG Thomas Jones
OG John Lofton

Defense

Defensive Line:

DE James Madeiros
DE Michael Mayo
DE Silas Vickery
DT Neil Russell
DT Richard Gallagher
DT Alton Trapp

Linebackers:

OLB Jared Larkin

Cornerbacks:

CB Jack Jones knew a player on our roster so wanted a chance to compete. *How come all of our players on our roster, only have Cornerback friends???

Safety:

FS Joseph Mayberry

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Training Camp
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Offense


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Quarterback: Sophmore Frank Silva Over: 61

Senior Larry Stevens
Junior James Givens
Sophmore Anthony Ware
Freshman Christopher Diehl

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Halfback: Junior Neil Ingram Over: 85!!!!

Senior Christopher Parry
Red-shirt Freshman Ronald Wiggins (Walk-on last season)
Red-shirt Freshman Marcus Allen (Walk-on last season)
Walk-On Freshman Eric Heath
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Fullback: Junior Wayne Chen Over: 61

Junior Eric Butcher
Sophmore Raul Ivey

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Wide Receivers:
Slot 1: Junior Russell Sears
Slot 2: Junior Craig Dunn
Slot 3: Senior John Carson


Senior Brenton Rodriguez
Red-shirt Freshman Frank Anthony
Red-shirt Freshman Vincente Bautista
Freshman Anthony Youngblood
Freshman Paul Rivera

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Tight End: Junior Gerald Austin

Junior David Sierra
Red-shirt Freshman Andrew Collins
Freshman David Hughes
Freshman Adam Freeman

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Offensive Tackle: Juniors Jose Curry and Michael Cook

Junior Edward Tobin
Junior Transfer Jared Walker
Red-shirt Freshman James Doyle
Red-shirt Freshman Theodore Benjamin (Walk-On / Cut midway through Training Camp)

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Offensive Guard: Undecided and Undecided

Senior Douglas Todd
Junior Transfer John Lofton
Sophmore Russell Carranza
Sophmore Gordon Romero
Freshman Thomas Jones
Freshman Jesse Villarreal

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Center: Junior Frank Owen

Senior Sam Tirado
Sophmore Morris Garcia (Walk-On)
Freshman Richard Lee

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Defense

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Defensive End: Senior Earl Sewell and Sophmore Gordon Fernandez

Senior Herbert Williams
Red-shirted Freshman Ralph Phillips
Freshman Silas Vickery
Freshman Michael Mayo
Freshman James Medeiros

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Defensive Tackle: Sophmore Steven Reynolds and Undecided

Senior Simon Rigsby
Junior Transfer Alton Trapp
Red-Shirt Freshman Robert Thomas (Walk-On)
Red-Shirt Freshman Johnny Gonzales (Walk-On)
Freshman Neil Russell
Freshman Richard Gallagher

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Inside Linebacker: Senior Robert Miller and Sophmore Christopher Crow

Redshirted Freshman George Lau
Freshman Arthur White
Freshman Bill Gilchrist

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Outside Linebacker: Junior Keith Dixon and Sophmore Gonzalo Fong

Senior Justin Bearden
Senior Gary Blake
Freshman Jared Larkin

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Cornerbacks: Senior Bradford Jacobs and Undecided

Senior Bill Rudolph
Senior Robert Dewey
Sophmore Freddie Wilson
Freshman Lawrence Gray
Red-Shirt Freshman Sherman Patton
Freshman Jack Jones

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Safety: Undecided

Senior Jimmy Bridges
Junior Transfer Joseph Mayberry
Sophmore Efran Turner
Sophmore Louis Jackson
Red-Shirt Freshman Gabriel Simpson
Red-Shirt Freshman Ernest Mojica

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Kicker: Undecided

Senior Harris Hodge
Freshman Willard Buffington

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Punter: Junior Lawrence Robinson

Sophmore Tyson Meyer

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So how are you going to do the draft & his pro career? (& I'd love if Ingram joined Eddie Lacy in our backfield… hint,hint)
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So how are you going to do the draft & his pro career? (& I'd love if Ingram joined Eddie Lacy in our backfield… hint,hint)
Using a BBCF to PFS simulator. I'll watch as Pro Football drafts the players. There's going to be a draft post coming up soon from the NFL actually about 2009's players.

Post-Training Camp

Recruiting Class:
1. Troy – 91
2. Louisiana-Laf – 93
3. Florida Atlantic - 94
4. Arkansas State – 98
5. Florida International – 99
6. Louisiana-Monroe – 102
7. North Texas – 108
8. Geneva Bible – 109

Conference Projections: (Last year)
1. Geneva Bible (3)
2. Florida Atlantic (2)
3. North Texas (6)
4. Florida International (8)
5. Louisiana-Laf (5)
6. Troy (1)
7. Arkansas State (7)
8. Louisiana-Monroe (4)

We're projected to finish 1st in the conference, and beat Troy. It's the second year in a row we came in last in recruiting.

Finished Training Camp: Clinching Positions
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Offense
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Quarterback: J. Givens

Silva did a really good job last season, but Givens just dominated during the training camp. Givens played in 4 games but didn't start once last season.
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Halfback: N. Ingram

Yeah, nobody was really a threat to the halfback spot.
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Fullback: W. Chen

Chen continues showing why he should start, claiming the FB spot after camp.
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Wide Receiver: #1 Sears, #2 Dunn, #3 Anthony / Bautista

The #3 spot is going to Anthony or Bautista, back and forth. They both have a lot of skill on their hands and show a lot of promise.
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Tight End: G. Austin

Like running back, there was no comparison. _________________________________

Offensive Tackles: Jose Curry and Michael Cook

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Offensive Guards: Russell Carranza and Gordon Romero

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Center: Frank Owen

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Defense
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Defensive Ends: Earl Sewell and Gordon Fernandez

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Defensive Tackle: Steven Reynolds and Robert Thompson

Thompson looked impressive in the camp, and earned a starting role just slightly over the others.
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Inside Linebacker: Robert Miller and Christopher Crow

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Outside Linebacker: Gonzalo Fong and Keith Dixon

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Cornerbacks: Bradford Jacobs and Sherman Patton

Patton earned his role starting.
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Safeties: Louis Jackson and Efran Turner

Jackson is taking Sherrill's place after Sherrill graduated this year.
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Kicker: Williard Buffington

There was a terrible kicking practice in training camp, and we won't be expecting too much from Buffington anytime soon.
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Punter: Lawrence Robinson

Robinson is still improving.
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NFL Draft

The NFL Draft happened this week.

QB Paul Garza went to the draft, but was not drafted.

OLB James Anderson entered the draft and was the 2nd Round Pick for Houston Texans. Anderson signed on with a 4 year deal, for $2,039,275 dollars. We'll keep you updated how he does this season with the Texans.

These graduating Seniors decided against going into the draft (or were not selected):

WR Brian Bass
OT John Cook
OG Ellis Barnett
K Leonard Crooks
ILB Cory Green
TE Rolando Hamilton
OG Winston Hamilton
ILB Gregory Kane
CB Jimmy Locke
DT Michael Mason
SS Edward Reese
FS Alfred Hines
FS Leon Sherrill
ILB Oliver Walton
RB Jamel Wesley
DE Gerald Wheeler



The Schedule

Week 1: South Florida **
Week 2: Akron **
Week 3: at #2 Michigan
Week 4: Troy ***
Week 5: Bye
Week 6: at Florida Atlantic
Week 7: Louisiana-Laf
Week 8: Syracuse
Week 9: at Florida International
Week 10: at Arkansas State
Week 11: Louisiana-Monroe
Week 12: North Texas
Week 13: East Carolina **
Week 14: Open
Week 15: Open

Blank - In Conference Games
* - Out of Conference Games
** - Rivalries

With us losing to South Florida twice, they seem to be Coaches kryptonite. South Florida and Troy are the two main match-up's Coach wants to focus on this season. Akron, Coach says, we need to defeat to maintain our honor. And ECU decided to take us for a home and away game, starting a slight rivalry with them. If it's anything like we did with Toledo the last two seasons, this should be easy wins for us, but up against a team like ECU, there's no telling.

Teams OOC that we have still yet to beat (and it bothers Coach):

South Florida (we've lost to them... twice. Trying this season to beat them.)
Texas Tech (Lost the New Orleans Bowl in 08' to them.)
Navy (Defeated their close friends Army last season.)
Akron (We should not have lost to them in 08'. Trying again this season.)

Meanwhile with OLB James Anderson and the Houston Texans:

Houston had gone through all 4 of their pre-season games just in time for us to prepare for our first.

In the first preseason game, Houston played Cleveland and lost 33-13.
However in this game, Anderson led the pack on Defense with 13 tackles (1 for a loss). He also got Defensive POG (Player of the Game).

During the second preseason game, Houston lost to Dallas, 21-17. Anderson on defense had 8 tackles, 1 for a loss.

In preseason week 3: Houston lost to Oakland, 24-19. Anderson led this game again with 11 tackles.

In the final preseason game, Houston defeated Jacksonville 30-24. Anderson had 8 tackles and 3 pass deflections!

After all four games, LB James Anderson definitely impressed the coaching staff, leading in 3 of the 4 games on defense and getting 1 defensive play of the game award. However they weren't impressed enough to start him this year.
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Week 1

Week 1: South Florida
Week 2: Akron **
Week 3: at #2 Michigan
Week 4: Troy ***
Week 5: Bye
Week 6: at Florida Atlantic
Week 7: Louisiana-Laf
Week 8: Syracuse
Week 9: at Florida International
Week 10: at Arkansas State
Week 11: Louisiana-Monroe
Week 12: North Texas
Week 13: East Carolina **
Week 14: Open
Week 15: Open

Blank - In Conference Games
* - Out of Conference Games
** - Rivalries

On the Award Watch list for the season, Givens was already up for the Davey O'Brien award. N Ingram was in consideration for the Doak Walker and Mosi Tatupu award. TE Austin was up for the John Mackey award. OLB Fong and ILB Miller are up for the Dick Butkus award. FS Jackson and CB Jacobs are up for the Jim Thorpe award. P Robinson is up for the Ray Guy award. Geneva is not even mentioned in the Top 25 at all, with any votes.

South Florida came to our home this season, and we had everything firmly planting on this game, and we weren't plannin on losing it. With our brand new quarterback, Given's first game of the season, this is definitely a game Givens has to prove himself in. A lot of people have question Coach Demarco's choice of sitting out the starter of last season to give Givens a chance at arguably the biggest game of their season, but Coach Demarco had this to say:

"We trust every player on our team equally, and it's very simple logic really. We are only as strong as the weakest among us. He (Givens) is not a weak QB by any means, and we plan on proving that to you as much as he does on Saturday."

South Florida at Geneva Bible

During our first possession, Givens shows some good signs as he pushes the ball up the field. We got stopped however at South Florida's 23. So in comes Buffington for a 38 yard field goal. The Coach and everyone holds their breath, and it's good! We stop South Florida on their first possession, making them go 5 and out (stupid penalties) and we get the ball after a great South Florida punt. Givens is back on the field and pushes the ball up, connecting with some great passes as well as Ingram getting some good runs through the hole. Givens connects with Sears for 13 yards and a touchdown, bringing our lead up to 10-0. USF's next drive scores them a field goal, while ours is reciprocated by Ingram running the ball in for another touchdown to end the 1st quarter, 17-3.

It was looking great for us, as RB Ingram catches a pass from Givens in the endzone in the 2nd to put us up by 3 touchdowns. USF pushed hard and got a final touchdown before the end of the half. Getting the ball at the half, USF pushes down the field with fire under their belt, that is until they get picked off by CB Jacobs! With the momentum under our belt, RB Ingram scores again with an 11 yard run. USF gets the ball, only on the second pass to throw yet another interception to CB Jacobs! That's his second of the night! Buffington hits a 20 yarder to end the 3rd.

In the 4th quarter, our defense stops USF and we push up the field. WR Dunn catches the pass from Givens in the end zone for Given's 3rd passing touchdown. USF kicks in a field goal, and we match them with one of our own from Buffington. USF has one final chance to score, but it results in a 3rd interception, made by the same guy! CB Jacobs! That's 3 interceptions for the game! We won, 44-13 in impressive fashion!

J. Givens went 33/38, for 417 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 1 interception. Silva was put in for a couple plays, and went 1/2 for 55 yards.

Ingram ran the ball 30 times for 197 yards for two touchdowns.

CB Jacobs is the real story of the game here, with 5 hard tackles, 1 stuff, 3 interceptions, and 3 pass deflections! This guy is a monster!

People might have questioned Coach Demarco before the game, but after, Coach let his players do the talking on the field. What a triumph for Coach. However, they don't have long to celebrate since they have to travel to Akron next week to take on another team they haven't beat.

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Houston's first game of the regular season is next week as well. For my friend who likes LSU and Boise State, #8 LSU beat Syracuse for the first game of their season, 33-16. Boise State however, lost to Tennessee 50-6.
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Week 2

Week 1: South Florida (W 44-13)
Week 2: at Akron
Week 3: at #2 Michigan
Week 4: Troy ***
Week 5: Bye
Week 6: at Florida Atlantic
Week 7: Louisiana-Laf
Week 8: Syracuse
Week 9: at Florida International
Week 10: at Arkansas State
Week 11: Louisiana-Monroe
Week 12: North Texas
Week 13: East Carolina **
Week 14: Open
Week 15: Open

Blank - In Conference Games
* - Out of Conference Games
** - Rivalries

The Top 5 right now in the Media Poll, are USC, Michigan, Miami, Purdue, and Texas.

Coach reminded us real quick that while we preformed to the best of our ability against South Florida, we lost fair and square to Akron two seasons ago because we underestimated them, we cannot make that mistake again.

Geneva Bible at Akron

During the first quarter, Neil Ingram ran the ball in for a touchdown. Akron responded with a touchdown of their own. At the start of the second quarter, it was 7-7 and remained so until halftime with both defenses stopping each other from scoring.

At the half, Coach Demarco reminded everyone that this is the exact way we played last time we met, and Akron snuck away with the win. We can't let that happen again. Coming out of the half, Neil Ingram caught a pass and ran it 69 yards from Givens for a touchdown. Then Givens connected with WR Sears for 64 yards the very next play, for another touchdown. Akron scored as well to bring the lead 21-14. In the fourth, Neil Ingram caught a 12 yard pas from Givens to bring it 28-14. Akron kicked a field goal, to make it 28-17, and with 0:14 seconds left Akron scored another touchdown and got the 2 point conversion. Geneva ran the clock out, and won the game, 28-25.

Givens threw 20/29 for 306 yards, 3 touchdowns and 1 interception. Silva threw 1/1 for 19 yards.

Ingram ran the ball 39 times for 191 yards and 1 touchdown. He caught for 2 touchdowns.

WR Anthony fumbled the ball, but RB Ingram recovered it.

CB Jacobs had 3 tackles, 1 interception, and 2 pass deflections!

Meanwhile in the NFL, the Texans defeated the Colts 17-16 for the first game of the season. Our own LB James Anderson did not receive any playing time during that game.

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#8 LSU moved down to #13 after losing to #15 Oregon State, 22-7. Meanwhile the winless Boise State continues their losing streak, losing to Alabama Birmingham 37-23.
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Week 3

Week 1: South Florida (W 44-13)
Week 2: at Akron (W 28-25)

Week 3: at #2 Michigan
Week 4: Troy ***
Week 5: Bye
Week 6: at Florida Atlantic
Week 7: Louisiana-Laf
Week 8: Syracuse
Week 9: at Florida International
Week 10: at Arkansas State
Week 11: Louisiana-Monroe
Week 12: North Texas
Week 13: East Carolina **
Week 14: Open
Week 15: Open

Blank - In Conference Games
* - Out of Conference Games
** - Rivalries

The Top 5 right now have changed in the Media Poll, and they are USC, Michigan, Miami, Purdue, and Texas.

Going up against the #2 ranked Michigan, nobody really expected us to have much of a chance to win. However, Coach wanted us to have a chance to play a top 5 team, with an amazing defense and offense to show us the caliber that we can play ourselves. Going into this game, we had no idea what to expect and all we knew for sure that we would have coming for us, were nerves.

Geneva Bible at #2 Michigan

During the first quarter, we knocked in a field goal and Michigan returned a kickoff for a touchdown. 7-3 Michigan. In the second, we both hit a field goal off of each other, and then Michigan scored with a touchdown to end the half, 17-6.

During the second half, Givens connected with Sears in the end zone for 6, but the 2 point conversion failed. Michigan took advantage, and scored putting 7 more points on the board. Two touchdowns off the bat during the 4th quarter, put Michigan ahead 38-12. We scored one more time with RB Ingram catching a pass from Silva, then Michigan finished the game out with a field goal. Final score was 41-19.

We played good solid ball, no interceptions, no fumbles, no turn-overs at all on our part. We just couldn't capitalize on third down situations against a defense like Michigan's.

Givens threw 13/22 with 186 yards and a touchdown, while Silva threw 4/7 for 33 yards and a touchdown.

Ingram ran 28 times for 140 yards.

FB's Butcher and Chen both ran 5 for 63 and 2 for 14 respectively.

Overall, today they were just the better team. Meanwhile back over in the NFL, the Texans lost their second matchup to the Chicago Bears, 38-15. LB Anderson again, did not play during this game at all.

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#13 LSU defeated Central Florida, 33-14. Boise State also, got their first win of the season against Kentucky, winning 27-20 in overtime!
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Week Four

Week 1: South Florida (W 44-13)
Week 2: at Akron (W 28-25)
Week 3: at #2 Michigan (L 41-19)

Week 4: Troy ***
Week 5: Bye
Week 6: at Florida Atlantic
Week 7: Louisiana-Laf
Week 8: Syracuse
Week 9: at Florida International
Week 10: at Arkansas State
Week 11: Louisiana-Monroe
Week 12: North Texas
Week 13: East Carolina **
Week 14: Open
Week 15: Open

Blank - In Conference Games
* - Out of Conference Games
** - Rivalries

Top 5 Rankings: USC, Michigan, Texas, Purdue, Florida.

After our loss to #2 ranked Michigan, we had to refocus ourselves to this week as we go on to face our arch-nemesis / rivals, Troy, who will be coming to our home this week.

Troy (10) at Geneva Bible (20)

A 37 yard field goal from Buffington in the 1st brings us up 3-0. Troy takes the lead back to start the 2nd with a touchdown, but Ingram catches a 36 yard pass from Givens for a TD in response. A field goal from Troy ties it up at the half, 10-10. QB Ware tosses it to FB Chen for a touchdown, and a field goal in the 4th ends the game 20-10.

We did light work of our rivals, and continued to stay on the positive side of the ball for pretty much the entire game.

QB Givens threw 16/25, for 244 yards and a touchdown.
QB Ware threw 1/2 for 1 yard, 1 touchdown, and 1 interception.

RB Ingram ran 27 times, for 107 yards.
FB Chen ran 2 times for 7 yards.

FS L. Jackson had 16 tackles, 3 stuffs, 2 forced fumbles and a pass deflection. Something was definitely motivating him today. CB Jacobs had 1 interception and 2 pass deflections to add to his ever-growing list of stats.

In the NFL, the Texans beat Chargers 29-23 but LB Anderson did not play.

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#13 LSU lost to #5 Florida, 16-15. Boise State's win streak came to an end with only 1 game, as they lost to Fresno State 27-10.

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Week Six

Week 1: South Florida (W 44-13)
Week 2: at Akron (W 28-25)
Week 3: at #2 Michigan (L 41-19)
Week 4: Troy (W 20-10)
Week 5: Bye

Week 6: at Florida Atlantic
Week 7: Louisiana-Laf
Week 8: Syracuse
Week 9: at Florida International
Week 10: at Arkansas State
Week 11: Louisiana-Monroe
Week 12: North Texas
Week 13: East Carolina **
Week 14: Open
Week 15: Open

Blank - In Conference Games
* - Out of Conference Games
** - Rivalries

Top 5 Rankings: USC, Texas, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Florida. After Wisconsin beat Purdue, they took their #4 spot in the Top 5. The following week showed Florida, Texas, Michigan, Virginia Tech, USC.

We played a good decent game against Troy, but we definitely didn't show up like a Top 25 team. If we ever want to get there we have a lot of work to do. After our Bye Week to rest up, we flew out to Florida to meet Florida Atlantic at their place.

(3-1) Geneva Bible at (1-4) Florida Atlantic

Florida Atlantic won their first game last week against another 0-3 team. We came out playing hard when QB Silva conencted with RB Ingram for a TD pass. Givens caught Dunn in the endzone during the 2nd, and RB Ingram ran in a 6 yard run to put us up 21-0.

Coming back from half-time, FS L. Jackson recovered a fumble and ran it back 86 yards for another touchdown. During the fourth, FAU kicked a field goal and scored a touchdown but they didn't have enough to continue the rally, as we finished the game, 28-10.

QB Givens threw 9/21 for 65 yards, 1 touchdown, and 1 interception. Silva threw 2/2 for 1 touchdown and 11 yards.

RB Ingram ran the ball 28 times for 227 yards, and 1 touchdown. RB Wiggins was given a shot and ran 4 times for 11 yards.

FB Chen ran 5 times for 39 yards.

In the NFL, it's Week 4 and LB Anderson has not played a game yet. Will update when he is put in.

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#13 LSU beat Vanderbilt, 40-10. Boise State beat Nevada, 19-13.

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Week Seven

Week 1: South Florida (W 44-13)
Week 2: at Akron (W 28-25)
Week 3: at #2 Michigan (L 41-19)
Week 4: Troy (W 20-10)
Week 5: Bye
Week 6: at Florida Atlantic (W 28-10)

Week 7: Louisiana-Laf
Week 8: Syracuse
Week 9: at Florida International
Week 10: at Arkansas State
Week 11: Louisiana-Monroe
Week 12: North Texas
Week 13: East Carolina **
Week 14: Open
Week 15: Open

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* - Out of Conference Games
** - Rivalries

Top 5 Rankings: USC, Texas, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Florida. After Wisconsin beat Purdue, they took their #4 spot in the Top 5. The following week showed Florida, Texas, Michigan, Virginia Tech, USC.

With Louisiana-Laf coming here, we're coming into the game with a couple people down. Star WR F. Anthony will not be playing this week, neither will Star DT S. Reynolds. OT M. Cook is also not starting today, and will probably not even dress out.

Louisiana-Laf (0-4) at (4-1) Geneva Bible

5 Minutes into the first, as we're pushing it up the field, Givens connects with RB Ingram on a hook pass, but RB Ingram is slow to get up! RB N. Ingram is out for the game with a Patella injury. Buffington connected with a 25 yarder to put us up 3-0 in the first.Second quarter, FB Eric Butcher got a 1 yard run for a touchdown. ULL scored a touchdown, but Givens connected with Dunn for an 86 yard pass and another touchdown. Givens then found 2nd string RB Wiggins in the end zone for an 8 yard pass and a third touchdown. Finally, Givens passed the ball to the first string FB Chen for 5 yards and a fourth touchdown before the half. 31-7.

Coming back from the half, FB Butcher got another 1 yard run in for a touchdown, and Buffington connected with a 33 yard field goal. ULL connects with a field goal of their own in the 4th, but Buffington responds with 36 yards of his own with another field goal to end the game, 44-10.

QB Givens threw 23/35 for 370 yds, 3 TD's and 1 interception.

RB R. Wiggins got the ball 25 times for 113 yards. RB Ingram only got the ball twice for 11 yards.

FB E. Butcher got the ball 9 times for 11 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Hopefully RB Ingram can make it back in time for next week's game.

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Week Eight

Week 1: South Florida (W 44-13)
Week 2: at Akron (W 28-25)
Week 3: at #2 Michigan (L 41-19)
Week 4: Troy (W 20-10)
Week 5: Bye
Week 6: at Florida Atlantic (W 28-10)
Week 7: Louisiana-Laf (W 44-10)

Week 8: Syracuse
Week 9: at Florida International
Week 10: at Arkansas State
Week 11: Louisiana-Monroe
Week 12: North Texas
Week 13: East Carolina **
Week 14: Open
Week 15: Open

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* - Out of Conference Games
** - Rivalries

With RB Ingram up in the air for our matchup at Syracuse, I was a little concerned about how the team would do. RB Ingram is a team leader and a force in the locker room, one that would be deeply missed if he was not dressing out. Luckily right before game day, Ingram was cleared for play and was able to get our last practice in with us and be ready for game time. The question is, how well will he be able to play? Now we're excited to have Syracuse come to our home, a team we've never played before.

Syracuse (5-1) at (5-1) Geneva Bible

For good measure (and to show everyone he was fine), RB Ingram ran back a 79 yard return on the first play of the game, to put 7 on the board. Syracuse put up 7 of their own, but then Silva connects with WR Dunn and RB Ingram on two back to back possessions for two touchdowns. During the second quarter, Syracuse put up another touchdown, until RB Ingram ran one touchdown in and Buffington added 3 during the next possession, 19 yarder to be exact.

After the half, Buffinton put up a 20 yard kick for another 3, and then FB Chen ran a 2 yard run into the endzone to end the game, 41-14.

QB J. Givens threw 23/34 for 322 yards, 0 TD, and 1 INT while QB Silva threw 2/2 for 3 yards, 2 TD's, and 0 INT. Why Silva was put in for Givens is beyond me during those two plays.

RB Ingram ran 30 times for 147 yds and 1 TD. He also caught the ball 6 times for 59 yds, and 1 TD and ran a kick return back for 79 yards and 1 TD. - Easily player of the game.

FB Chen ran 7 times for 12 yds and 1 TD.

CB Jacobs was back on his high horse with 4 tackles, 1 interception, 1 forced fumble, and 2 pass deflections.

Meanwhile somebody you don't hear much about, our DT Robert Johnson injured his lower back with a slipped disc, and does not look like he will be returning for a while.

Also, we're finally being mentioned on the Media Poll with 15 votes, but not nearly enough to match #25's Tennessee with their 185 votes.

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Week Nine

Week 1: South Florida (W 44-13)
Week 2: at Akron (W 28-25)
Week 3: at #2 Michigan (L 41-19)
Week 4: Troy (W 20-10)
Week 5: Bye
Week 6: at Florida Atlantic (W 28-10)
Week 7: Louisiana-Laf (W 44-10)
Week 8: Syracuse (W 41-14)

Week 9: at Florida International
Week 10: at Arkansas State
Week 11: Louisiana-Monroe
Week 12: North Texas
Week 13: East Carolina **
Week 14: Open
Week 15: Open

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* - Out of Conference Games
** - Rivalries

The new Top 5 going into this game is Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Oklahoma, and Virginia Tech.

(6-1) Geneva Bible at (2-4) Florida International

Again, RB Ingram was the first to make waves with a 49 yard run for a touchdown. Than Givens met with long awaited TE Austin for the second TD. After an FIU TD, Buffington put up a 41 yd field goal to end the 1st. In the second, Givens connects with WR Dunn for 60 yards and a TD.

After the half, Givens meets RB Ingram in the end zone for 7. To end the game in the 4th, 2nd string RB Wiggins runs it in for another 7 on the board. Final score - 38 to 7.

QB J. Givens threw 24/31 for 288 yards, and 3 TD's.

RB Ingram ran 32 times for 171 yards and 1 TD. Wiggins ran 7 times for 31 yards and 1 TD.

FB Chen ran 3 times for 47 yards.

TE Austin's scored his first touchdown of the season this game, while last season he had 9 recorded touchdowns in all.

Meanwhile DT Robert Johnson is still coping with his injury to his back. Reports say he's been wearing a brace to help support his back around campus to try and help it heal faster.

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This week LSU defeated Miss State, and is a vote or two away from breaking into the Top 25 again. However their 3 losses on their 6-3 record come from ranked teams (#'s 1, 9, and 15) and their next game is against a ranked opponent, #14 Auburn. Luckily they have a bye week coming up to prepare.

Meanwhile with Boise State, nothing interesting is really happening, they lost (like usual) to Utah State an impressive 20-3 record. They wanted to finish Top 3 in the WAC, but with a 2-6 record, they might be getting a new coach soon.

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Week Ten

Week 1: South Florida (W 44-13)
Week 2: at Akron (W 28-25)
Week 3: at #2 Michigan (L 41-19)
Week 4: Troy (W 20-10)
Week 5: Bye
Week 6: at Florida Atlantic (W 28-10)
Week 7: Louisiana-Laf (W 44-10)
Week 8: Syracuse (W 41-14)
Week 9: at Florida International (W 38-7)

Week 10: at Arkansas State
Week 11: Louisiana-Monroe
Week 12: North Texas
Week 13: East Carolina **
Week 14: Open
Week 15: Open

Blank - In Conference Games
* - Out of Conference Games
** - Rivalries

Coming to Arkansas State, TE Austin after his first touchdown catch last week will be sitting for most of the playing time due to a light injury, letting Freshman A. Collins do most of the work this game. FS J. Bridges will be sitting out due to an eye injury, and Mayberry will be taking his place for this game.

(7-1) Geneva Bible at (1-7) Arkansas State

Buffington booted a 49 yard field goal to break the 0-0 score and to start the game. Arkansas responded with a field goal of their own and Givens found Chen in the end zone to end the 1st quarter, 10-3. In the second, RB Ingram ran on two different possessions, TD's in response to another field goal from Arkansas State.

After the half, a 32 yard fumble return by CB Bradford Jacobs is returned for a touchdown. In the 4th quarter, Buffington boots a 29 yarder in for 3, and again RB Ingram runs on two different possessions, two different touchdowns in. One a 64 yarder, and one a 25 yard run. Arkansas tries for their own touchdown, but it isn't enough to really challenge the score. 48-13 is the final score.

QB J. Givens threw 15/23 for 199 yds and 1 TD. Silva was in for 2 passes, and 1 of them was interception.

RB Ingram ran 32 times for 240 yds, and 4 TD's. This game was all him, again.

Meanwhile DT Robert Johnson is making great progress with his back. It could be as few as 3-4 weeks now before he's back in business. FS Mayberry who was in for FS Bridges, wound up getting a ligament tear in his ankle and is out indefinitely for at least a couple of weeks.

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This week LSU is finishing up their bye week.

Boise State beat Louisiana Tech, to bring them to their third win of the season!

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