Monday, October 11, 2010

Pass/Fail FCS (1-AA) Week 6-Part 2

Furman 56, Howard 14
Pass: Dakota Derrick and Cory Worley both scored 3 times, and Furman cruised out to a 42-7 lead at the half.
Fail: Howard is a mess...who didn't see this one coming?

Morgan State 27, North Carolina A&T 14
Pass: QB Delonte Williams rushed for 3 TDs, and the Bears D shutout the Aggies in the 2nd half.
Fail: Shelton Morgan was held to 9 of 20 passing, and the decent rushing attack was basically nullified by ant real threat of a passing attack.

South Carolina State 34, Norfolk State 13
Pass: Chris Massey scored twice and rushed for 83 yards on the day, and the Bulldogs didn't get caught looking ahead to a huge MEAC showdown against Bethune-Cookman next week.
Fail: The Spartans were held to 96 yards of total offense for the entire game. Not a good way to challenge your way to the top of the MEAC standings.

Bethune-Cookman 47, Delaware State 24
Pass: QB Matt Johnson passed for 259 yards and rushed for another 52 on 9 carries as the Wildcats dominated the Hornets. The Cats led 34-2 at the half.
Fail: There were 27 total penalties in this game, 16 for the Wildcats and 11 for the Hornets.

Hampton 27, North Carolina Central 13
Pass: The Pirates outscored NCC 20-0 in the final quarter to stael a road win.
Fail: Somehow the Eagles coaching staff thought that this was a 3 period game like hockey, and their brains couldn't grasp the concept of playing the 4th.

Southern Illinois 45, Northern Iowa 38 (OT)
Pass: Chris Dieker passed for 263 yards including the game winner to James Evans (7-159-2) in OT, and the Salukis are staging a comeback in the MVC.
Fail: On 3rd and long in OT, UNI was called for a delay of game penalty when they had one timeout still available, forcing then into a long yardage situation down 7.

Indiana State 59, Illinois State 24
Pass: Shakir Bell rushed for 146 yards and a score, and Ronnie Fouch passed for 250 yards and 4 scores, as the Sycamores shocked the Redbirds.
Fail: The Redbirds were held to 85 yards rushing on 35 carries, and their lack of a defense finally caught up. They had reached #25 in the PRS and have been falling like a meteor ever since.

Murray State 72, Missouri State 59
Pass: If you like offense, well here you go. Casey Brockman passed for 570 yards and 5 TDs while rushing for one more score to give him 6 for the day, and RB Mike Harris rushed for 212 yards and 7 TDs as the Racers held a hybrid of midnight madness and a football game.
Fail: Missouri State gave up 816 yards to a team that had been flopping around all season, even though they had the potential to fire up the scoreboard. The Bears don't have a defense.

North Dakota State 34, Youngstown State 29
Pass: Jose Mohler passed for 192 yards and DJ McNorton rushed for 90 and the Bison took the lead for good early in the 4th in a huge MVC battle.
Fail: The Penguins wasted incredible performances by Kurt Hess and Adaris Bellamy by losing 3 fumbles and also wasted a 7 minute time of possession advantage.

South Dakota State 33, Western Illinois 29
Pass: Colin Cochart caught 3 passes all day, but he did catch the giant killer in the 4th quarter that gave SDSU their first win and a major upset over PRS #3 Western.
Fail: WIU was ranked 3rd in the PRS, and SDSU was winless. You do the math.

Robert Morris 17, Monmouth 16
Pass: Myles Rush rushed for 95 yards, and Jeff Sinclair survived a highly average game by passing and rushing for the Colonials' only TDs.
Fail: A missed PAT loses the game for the Hawks.

Central Connecticut State 31, Duquesne 29
Pass: CCSU has now gone to 4-2 on the season, and they have won 3 straight. Everett Benjamin rushed for 142 yards in the win.
Duquesne: The Dukes were a top 20 program and now have lost 2 in a row. Larry McCoy's 246 yard rushing performance goes down the toilet with a loss, and Duquesne is now in real danger of missing the post season.

Wagner 22, Georgetown 16 (OT)
Pass: Keith Davis returned a pick 80 yards for a TD and Wagner put another hole in the Hoyas. David Lopez nailed a 54 yard FG with 0:02 left in regulation to get the game to OT.
Fail: The Hoyas have been bumbling for a month, and now become the first Patriot team to fall to Wagner, ever.

Albany 48, St. Francis 0
Pass: The Great Danes rushed for a 218 yards as a team, and Dillon Romain scored twice on the day as Albany has posted 2 wins in a row.
Fail: The Red Flash generated an insanely meager 81 yards of total offense for the game.

Jacksonville State 30, UT-Martin 20
Pass: #1 JSU won a game by a double digit margin for the first time in 2010.
Fail: The Skyhawks were down 30-6 before generating any real offense.

Tennessee Tech 34, Austin Peay 21
Pass: Tech rushed for 213 yards as a team, and Jocques Crawford rushed for 2 scores as the Eagles jumped out to a 21-0 lead.
Fail: APSU has lost 2 straight, and never was able to generate a vertical passing game.

Southeast Missouri 19, Tennessee State 17
Pass: Henry Harris rushed for 188 yards and Matt Scheible rushed for another 128 yards as the Redhawks avoided being a victim of upset Saturday.
Fail: The Redhawks almost blew a 19-3 lead.

Eastern Kentucky 35, Eastern Illinois 7
Pass: EKU rushed for 287 yards on the day, and won their second straight game.
Fail: EIU was held to 29 yards rushing and the Panthers have now lost their first 6 games of 2010.

Lehigh 21, Fordham 17
Pass: Lehigh stayed alive by surviving in the 3rd and 4th quarter.
Fail: Blake Wayne passed for 343 yards for the Rams, and his performance fell short of obtaining the win due to a lackluster rushing game.

Jacksonville 39, Drake 34
Pass: 5 different Dolphins scored, and Josh MacGregor (MVP Candidate at QB) passed for 320 yards as JU survived a raging 2nd half rally to stay in a tie for first in the Pioneer Football League.
Fail: Drake only managed 46 yards on 24 carries in the rushing game. JU led 30-7 at the half, and once again had to survive when an opponent rallied back from huge deficits.

Butler 24, Davidson 8
Pass: The Bulldogs got their first win against an FCS opponent in 2010.
Fail: Davidson was held to 40 yards rushing.

Marist 51, Valporaiso 7
Pass: The Red Foxes rolled up 550 yards of offense, and dominated the Crusaders from start to finish.
Fail: Still trying to understand why the Crusaders have a football program...

Dayton 21, San Diego 20
Pass: The Flyers survived an ugly scare with a 1 point win on the road, maintaining a tie in the PFL.
Fail: USD had the Flyers on the ropes before allowing a late go ahead TD in the 4th quarter after they had been on a 13-0 run.

Chattanooga 28, Citadel 10
Pass: Keon Williams ran for 101 yards and 2 scores, as the Mocs slugged out the win on the road.
Fail: The Bulldogs rushed for 238 yards, but a lack of any kind of passing game made a comebcak impossible.

Samford 38, Western Carolina 7
Pass: Chris Evans ran for 131 yards and 3 scores, as the Bulldogs jumped out to a 31-7 lead at the half.
Fail: Brandon Pechloff had a nightmare game for WCU as he only completed 4 of 21 passes for 35 yards and was picked 3 times.

Appalachian State 34, Elon 31
Pass: DeAndre Pressly passed for 204 yards and rushed for another 170 as the Mountaineers avoided upset Saturday.
Fail: Scott Riddle passed for 394 yards, but the lack of a rushing game failed the Phoenix in their upset bid.

Wofford 33, Georgia Southern 31
Pass: The Terriers rushed for 302 yards out of the option and survived this battle of top 20 teams despite committing 8 penalties.
Fail: The Eagles had stopped up Navy's triple option offense this season, but forgot how to tackle this week.

Southeast Louisiana 49, Texas State 24
Pass: Tyler Beatty shredded the Bobcat secondary with 368 yards and 5 scores as the Lions picked up a huge breakthrough win.
Fail: Bobcats were just one more victim of upset Saturday, and only generated 238 yards of offense.

Sam Houston State 26, Nicholls State 7
Pass: Tim Flanders rushed for 105 yards and the Bearkats recovered a blocked punt in the endzone as they cruised to a win on the road.
Fail: NSU was held to 97 yards of offense on the day and fell to 1-4.

Northwestern State 24, Central Arkansas 19
Pass: The Demons had lost 14 of 15 coming in to this game against the #25 Bears, and they pulled off their biggest win in years. They rushed for 242 yards on the day.
Fail: This was a home game for the Bears against one of the two worst teams in the Southland Conference. This is as bad a loss as they come.

Stephen F. Austin 32, McNeese State 27
Pass: Jeremy Moses had another solid game by passing for 339 yards and 3 scores, and the Lumberjacks survived a major scare.
Fail: The Lumberjacks only managed 35 yards rushing, and they had to put everything on the shoulders of Moses. Someone else has got to step up.

Prairie View 21, UA-Pine Bluff 6
Pass: KJ Black passed for 199 yards and Donald Babers added 138 yards rushing as the Panthers picked up a must have win, which was their second straight.
Fail: The Lions only managed 197 yards of offense.

Texas Southern 30, Alcorn State 20
Pass: The Tigers scored 10 points in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarters to take a road win. Upset Saturday was alive and well.
Fail: The former #21 Braves only managed to rush for 31 yards on 23 carries and wasted 3 fumble recoveries.

Jackson State 30, Alabama A&M 14
Pass: Casey Therriault passed for 330 yards and trhe Tigers are looking to bust into the PRS top 25.
Fail: Kedarius Lacey rushed for 150 yards for AAM, but there was no other help coming as Justin Jones only completed 9 of 21 passes.

Grambling 22, Alabama State 7
Pass: Anthony Carrothers passed for 210 yards and Frank Warren rushed for a moderate 107 yards by his standards as the Tigers used pressure defense to frustrate the reeling Hornets.
Fail: It's hard to believe that ASU had reached #3 in the PRS, as they are tumbling down the hill towards imminent doom at this point.

Southern 38, Mississippi Valley State 20
Pass: The Jaguars used 4 different QBs in this game, and passed for 338 yards as a team.
Fail: Oliver Hughes completed 2 of 13 passes for MVSU.

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