Ohio State Buckeyes Rout Indiana Hoosiers

Buckeyes head coach Jim Tressel celebrated his 100th win as second-seeded Ohio State clobbered Indiana 38-10 on Saturday. The Ohio State Buckeyes remain unbeaten this season at 6-0 and 2-0 in the Big Ten conference. They have won twelve consecutive games and 16 in a row against the Hoosiers.

Buckeyes quarterback Terrelle Pryor tossed three touchdown passes, completing 24 out of 30 passes for 334 yards. The Heisman Trophy candidate Pryor hit scoring passes that covered 22 yards to Dane Sanzenbacher, 60 yards to Brandon Saine and 17 yards to DeVier Posey.

Dan Herron opened up the Buckeyes onslaught with a touchdown in the first minutes of play. Herron ran 68 yards on 12 rushes and added two touchdowns for the Buckeyes.

Hoosiers quarterback Ben Chappell was hounded by the Buckeyes all game, completing 16 of 26 for 106 yards and two interceptions. Indiana has been averaging 40 points, close to 350 passing yards and 455 total yards per game but the Buckeyes defense limited the Hoosiers offense.

Ohio State tallied 478 yards while Indiana piled up 210 yards which was less than half their 455-yard average.

No. 19 South Carolina Gamecocks Upset No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide

Stephen Garcia helped South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier win one of the biggest games for the Gamecocks.

Garcia completed 17 of 20 passes for 201 yards, threw three touchdown passes and one interception to lift  No. 19 South Carolina in an upset win over No. 1 Alabama, 35-21, on Saturday. All three touchdown passes by Garcia came in the first half. Alshon Jeffrey received two while Marcus Lattimore caught one of Garcia’s touchdown passes that put the Gamecocks out of reach at halftime, 21-9.

The Alabama Crimson Tide scored just a single touchdown in the first half on Greg McElroy’s pass to Julio Jones for a 9-yard touchdown. For the rest of the game, the Tide added two field goals by Jeremy Shelley.

Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson, perhaps currently the best tailback duo, were limited by the Gamecocks defense. McElroy threw a career-high 315 yards but the Gamecocks defense sacked him seven times.

Stephen Garcia dominated the first half, while the second half belonged to Marcus Lattimore. Lattimore picked up momentum from his first half touchdown. Lattimore scored two touchdowns in the second half that more than negated a touchdown pass by Greg McElroy for the Tide.

Lattimore made three touchdowns and ran 93 yards on 23 carries. Jeffrey caught seven passes for 127 yards with touchdown catches of 26 and 15 yards.

NCAA Week 4 College Football Full Schedule Today September 25, 2010

NCAA Week 4 College Football Full Schedule Today September 25, 2010- Football season is really heating up. The NFL is now on Week 3 and NCAA College football is now on Week 4. Lots of teams are showing good standings this season but the top teams are still the ones to beat if ever someone gets to have a good shot at this year’s Bowl championship.

For those who want to stay tuned with the NCAA College Football Week 4 games check out today’s schedule and TV coverage below:

Saturday, September 25
TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV PPV MOBILE TICKETS
12:00 PM ET Austin Peay at No. 11 Wisconsin
Big Ten Network

12:00 PM ET Ball State at No. 18 Iowa
Big Ten Network

12:00 PM ET Bowling Green at No. 21 Michigan
ESPN3.com

12:00 PM ET Northern Colorado at No. 25 Michigan State
Big Ten Network

12:00 PM ET Buffalo at Connecticut
ESPN3.com

12:00 PM ET North Carolina State at Georgia Tech
ESPN3.com / ESPN Mobile TV

12:00 PM ET Central Michigan at Northwestern
Big Ten Network

12:00 PM ET Virginia Tech at Boston College
ESPN3.com

12:00 PM ET Florida International at Maryland

12:00 PM ET Toledo at Purdue
Big Ten Network

12:21 PM ET UAB at Tennessee
ESPN3.com

12:30 PM ET UCF at Kansas State

1:30 PM ET Virginia Military Institute at Virginia
ESPN3.com

2:00 PM ET Miami (OH) at Missouri

2:00 PM ET Air Force at Wyoming

3:00 PM ET No. 20 USC at Washington State

3:00 PM ET Army at Duke
ESPN3.com

3:30 PM ET No. 1 Alabama at No. 10 Arkansas
CBS

3:30 PM ET Eastern Michigan at No. 2 Ohio State
ABC / ESPN Mobile TV

3:30 PM ET UCLA at No. 7 Texas
ABC

3:30 PM ET No. 16 Stanford at Notre Dame
NBC

3:30 PM ET Temple at No. 23 Penn State
Big Ten Network

3:30 PM ET Wake Forest at Florida State
ABC

3:30 PM ET North Carolina at Rutgers
ESPN TV

3:30 PM ET Colgate at Syracuse
ESPN3.com

3:30 PM ET Tulane at Houston

3:30 PM ET Arkansas State at Troy
ESPN3.com

4:00 PM ET Idaho at Colorado State

6:00 PM ET No. 8 Oklahoma at Cincinnati
ESPN3.com

6:00 PM ET Nevada at Brigham Young

7:00 PM ET South Dakota State at No. 6 Nebraska

7:00 PM ET Kentucky at No. 9 Florida
ESPN TV

7:00 PM ET Northern Iowa at Iowa State

7:00 PM ET Akron at Indiana
Big Ten Network

7:00 PM ET Central Arkansas at Tulsa

7:00 PM ET Ohio at Marshall

7:00 PM ET Middle Tennessee at Louisiana-Lafayette

7:00 PM ET Georgia at Mississippi State
ESPN3.com

7:00 PM ET North Texas at Florida Atlantic

7:00 PM ET New Mexico State at Kansas

7:00 PM ET Southern Miss at Louisiana Tech
ESPN3.com

7:00 PM ET Southeastern Louisiana at Louisiana-Monroe

7:05 PM ET Western Kentucky at South Florida
ESPN3.com

7:30 PM ET Fresno State at Mississippi
ESPN3.com

7:45 PM ET No. 12 South Carolina at No. 17 Auburn
ESPN3.com / ESPN Mobile TV

8:00 PM ET No. 24 Oregon State at No. 3 Boise State
ABC

8:00 PM ET San Jose State at No. 13 Utah

8:00 PM ET Utah State at San Diego State

8:00 PM ET Baylor at Rice

8:30 PM ET Northern Illinois at Minnesota
Big Ten Network

9:00 PM ET No. 22 West Virginia at No. 15 LSU
ESPN3.com

9:05 PM ET Memphis at UTEP

10:00 PM ET California at No. 14 Arizona

10:00 PM ET New Mexico at UNLV

10:30 PM ET No. 5 Oregon at Arizona State

11:30 PM ET Charleston Southern at Hawaii
ESPN3.com

Mark Ingram Returns In 62-13 Rout Of Alabama vs Duke

Tailback Mark Ingram missed the first two games of the Alabama Crimson Tide due to a knee injury that required arthroscopic surgery. In his first game this season on Saturday against Duke, Alabama football fans have more reasons to be excited.  The Crimson Tide overpowered Duke, 62-13, to notch its third win in as many games. It was the highest score for Alabama in the last 19 years.

Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram made his presence felt early with his first handoff yielding a run for almost 50 yards. On his second rush, he ran another 50 yards. Ingram ran a total of 151 yards with two touchdowns as if he was trying to make up for lost time. Still strong as last year, No. 1 Alabama has its best player back and may still be in contention for another Heisman Trophy.

Greg McElroy only needed about 45 minutes to complete 14 of 20 passes for 258 yards. McElroy also tied his career record of three scoring passes. Trent Richardson, who took over the team offense while Ingram was out on injury, returned a kickoff with a 91-yard run and a touchdown.

The Tide was way ahead at the end of the first quarter, 28-3, and simply coasted from there.

Virginia Tech Almost Spoiled Boise State Football Debut

No. 3 Boise State has established itself as a football powershouse in the last few years. Now they are trying to prove that they belong to the elite group of college football squads. They have set their sights on the national championship this year with the core of their team back this season along with Heisman trophy candidate quarterback Kellen Moore.

The Boise State Broncos opened their football season against the No. 10 Virginia Tech Hokies in what proved to be a treat to college football fans regardless of which side they were on.

The Broncos took an early lead, lost it midway to the Hokies and recovered just in time to win 33-30.

The first quarter ended with a formidable Boise State lead 17-0 but Virginia Tech slowly inched closer until they took the lead at the end of the third quarter, 27-26. The Hokies extended their lead in the fourth quarter with a 34-yard field goal to take a 4-point lead at 30-26.

Kellen Moore proved that he truly is a Heisman candidate when he threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Austin Pettis to take the lead for good and win the game, 33-30. Moore finished with 3 touchdowns, completed 23 of 38 passes for 214 yards.

Jacksonville State Gamecocks Defeat Ole Miss In 2OT

 Jacksonville State scored an amazing come-from-behind double overtime win against Mississippi, 49-48.

The Mississippi Rebels led the Jacksonville Gamecocks 31-10 at the end of the first half. The Gamecocks clawed their way back by outscoring the Rebels 3-0 in the third quarter and 21-3 in the fourth to force overtime.

Towards the end of the second overtime, Coty Blanchard hurled a touchdown pass 30 yards long to Kevyn Cooper on 4th and 15, inching to close the Rebels’ lead at 48-47.

In the last play, Blanchard lobbed a 2-point conversion to Calvin Middleton towards the end zone giving the Gamecocks the lead and the win in a wild and crazy game.

Jacksonville coach Jack Crowe made the call to execute the winning play, thinking that another game extension would only eventually lead into a win for Ole Miss. “I just didn’t think we could play defense again,” Crowe said.

Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt considers this the worst loss of his career.

TCU Football Update: 30-21 TCU Win Over Oregon State

No. 6 Texas Christian University Horned Frogs won its season opener against the No. 24 Oregon State Beavers on Saturday, 30-21. TCU was led by quarterback Andy Dalton, who has surpassed the record for most wins in Horned Frogs history with his 30th win. Dalton was tied at 29 wins with Sammy Baugh, a two-time All-American in the middle of the 1930s.

Dalton had two interceptions in each opening play in the first and second half, resulting to Oregon touchdowns. He more than made up for these interceptions by completing 17 of 25 passes for 175 yards and running for two touchdowns. His second touchdown with 1:11 left in the third quarter put TCU in the lead for good.

Ed Wesley also came up with a good performance for the Horned Frogs as he rushed for 136 yards that included a touchdown.

For the Oregon State Beavers, brothers Jacquizz and James Rodgers scored one touchdown each as they made their college football debut in their home state Texas.

48-3 Blowout Opens Alabama Crimson Tide Football Season

No. 1 Alabama opened their season on Saturday night with a lopsided victory over San Jose State, 48-3. The Alabama Crimson Tide missed Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram due to a knee injury but the Tide have proven that it has a deep roster of experienced and young talents worthy of contending for the national championship once again.

Ingram’s backup Trent Richardson set the tone early in the first half. He ran for 66 yards and scored two touchdowns for Alabama. Richardson sat out the whole of the second half with Alabama secure with its first win of the season. Eddie Lacy took over the second half with two more touchdowns as Richardson sat on the bench. Demetrius Goode logged 11 rushes and ran for 66 yards.

The San Jose Spartans scored their one and only field goal in the first quarter, a 31-yard kick by Harrison Waid. The rest of the game was a display of Alabama Crimson Tide’s offense.

Now they are looking forward to No. 19 Penn State on September 11.

NCAA College Football Week 7 Scores and Results

NCAA College Football Week 7 Scores and Results – Week 7 of the NCAA College football had been one of the biggest shake ups this season so far. Many ranked teams had been defeated by unranked teams. It is also at this time that the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) rankings had been released.

The NCAA College Football Week 7 scores and results shows that even those teams which are seen as a no competition for some top teams can indeed play good football and defeat these teams. Perhaps many of those who had been defeated during Week 7 will have a lot of thinking to do specially when it comes to mind setting.

Here are the NCAA College Football Week 7 scores and results..

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

  • Marshall vs Central Florida – 35-14 Central Florida

Thursday, October 14, 2010

  • Kansas vs Kansas State – 59-7 Kansas State
  • West Virginia vs South Florida – 20-6 West Virginia

Friday, October 15, 2010

  • Louisville vs Cincinnati – 35-27 Cincinnati

Saturday, October 16, 2010

  • Central Michigan vs Miami (OH) – 27-20 Miami (OH)
  • Clemson vs Maryland – 31-7 Clemson
  • East Carolina vs NC State – 33-27 East Carolina
  • Florida State vs Boston College – 24-19 Florida State
  • Indiana vs Arkansas State – 36-34 Indiana
  • Memphis vs Southern Miss – 41-19 Southern Miss
  • Michigan State vs Illinois – 26-6 Michigan State
  • Purdue vs Minnesota – 28-17 Purdue
  • Syracuse vs Pittsburgh – 45-14 Pittsburgh
  • Texas A&M vs Missouri – 30-9 Missouri
  • Georgia vs Vanderbilt – 43-0 Georgia
  • Ball State vs Eastern Michigan – 41-38 Ball State
  • Duke vs Miami (FL) – 28-13 Miami (FL)
  • Temple vs Bowling Green – 28-27 Temple
  • Colorado State vs UNLV – 43-10 Colorado State
  • Ohio vs Akron – 38-10 Ohio
  • Rutgers vs Army – 23-20 Rutgers
  • Notre Dame vs Western Michigan – 44-20 Notre Dame
  • Auburn vs Arkansas – 65-43 Auburn
  • Georgia Tech vs Middle Tennessee – 42-14 Georgia Tech
  • Nebraska vs Texas – 20-13 Texas
  • Northern Illinois vs Buffalo – 45-14 Northern Illinois
  • Rice vs Houston – 34-31 Rice
  • Texas Tech vs Oklahoma State – 34-17 Oklahoma State
  • USC vs California – 48-14 USC
  • Virginia Tech vs Wake Forest – 52-24 Virginia Tech
  • Michigan vs Iowa – 38-28 Iowa
  • Navy vs SMU – 28-21 Navy
  • Louisiana Tech vs Idaho – 48-35 Louisiana Tech
  • TCY vs BYU – 31-3 TCU
  • UAB vs UTEP – 21-6 UAB
  • Kentucky vs South Carolina – 31-28 Kentucky
  • Virginia vs North Carolina – 44-10 North Carolina
  • Wyoming vs Utah – 30-6 Utah
  • Colorado vs Baylor – 31-25 Baylor
  • Florida vs Mississippi State – 10-7 Mississippi State
  • Oklahoma vs Iowa State – 52-0 Oklahoma
  • Toledo vs Kent State – 34-21 Toledo
  • Troy vs Louisiana – 31-24 Troy
  • Tulsa vs Tulane – 52-24 Tulsa
  • Western Kentucky vs Louisiana-Monroe – 35-30 Louisiana-Monroe
  • Wisconsin vs Ohio State – 31-18 Wisconsin
  • North Texas vs FIU – 34-10 FIU
  • Washington State vs Arizona – 24-7 Arizona
  • LSU vs McNeese State – 32-10 LSU
  • San Diego State vs Air Force – 27-25 San Diego State
  • San Jose State vs Boise State – 48-0 Boise State
  • Alabama vs Ole Miss – 23-10 Alabama
  • Fresno State vs New Mexico State – 33-10 Fresno State
  • Washington vs Oregon State – 35-34 Washington
  • Hawaii vs Nevada – 27-21 Hawaii

BCS Rankings 2010 and NCAA College Football Rankings Week 8

BCS Rankings 2010 and NCAA College Football Rankings Week 8 – The NCAA College Football is turning out to be exciting as the week goes by. Just on the NCAA College Football Week 7 lots of upsets took place as ranked teams were forced to be dragged down. Among the ranked teams that had been defeated were number 5 Nebraska (via Texas 20-13), number 1 Ohio State (via number 18 Wisconsin 31-18), number 10 South Carolina (via Kentucky 31-28), number 19 Nevada (via Hawaii 27-21), number 22 Florida (via Mississippi State 10-7), number 23 Air Force (via San Diego State 27-25), and number 24 Oregon State (via Washington 35-34).

Most of the lost by ranked teams are very close and are last minute efforts by their opponents. These ranked teams are probably caught in the so called “winning feeling” that is why at the very end the unranked teams or lower ranked teams managed to grab the spotlight and win.

Here is the just released BCS Rankings 2010. This is the first BCS Rankings for the NCAA College Football 2010 Season.

RK TEAM RECORD
1 Oklahoma 6-0
2 Oregon 6-0
3 Boise State 6-0
4 Auburn 7-0
5 TCU 7-0
6 LSU 7-0
7 Michigan State 7-0
8 Alabama 6-1
9 Utah 6-0
10 Ohio State 6-1
11 Missouri 6-0
12 Stanford 5-1
13 Wisconsin 6-1
14 Oklahoma State 6-0
15 Iowa 5-1
16 Nebraska 5-1
17 Florida State 6-1
18 Arizona 5-1
19 Texas 4-2
20 West Virginia 5-1
21 South Carolina 4-2
22 Kansas State 5-1
23 Arkansas 4-2
24 Mississippi State 5-2
25 Virginia Tech 5-2

Meanwhile, here is the AP Poll from ESPN for the NCAA College Football Rankings Week 8:

RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Oregon (39) 6-0 1471
2 Boise State (15) 6-0 1433
3 Oklahoma (3) 6-0 1355
4 TCU (3) 7-0 1340
5 Auburn 7-0 1279
6 LSU 7-0 1132
7 Alabama 6-1 1121
8 Michigan State 7-0 1062
9 Utah 6-0 1019
10 Wisconsin 6-1 920
11 Ohio State 6-1 895
12 Stanford 5-1 828
13 Iowa 5-1 768
14 Nebraska 5-1 684
15 Arizona 5-1 619
16 Florida State 6-1 615
17 Oklahoma State 6-0 575
18 Missouri 6-0 552
19 South Carolina 4-2 372
20 West Virginia 5-1 346
21 Arkansas 4-2 343
22 Texas 4-2 267
23 Virginia Tech 5-2 122
24 Mississippi State 5-2 111
25 Miami (FL) 4-2 85