Kansas State and Missouri on NCAA College Football Week 11

Kansas State running back Daniel Thomas (8) gets past Texas safety Christian Scott (6) and defensive end Sam Acho (81) to score a touchdown during the first quarter of a college football game Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010 in Manhattan, Kan. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Number 24 Kansas State Wildcats will face Number 17 Missouri Tigers in todays football game at the Faurot Field in Missouri. It will be the home field of the Tigers and they are prepared to ambush the Wildcats and put them out of the BCS rankings today, however Kansas State says they are prepared and will give the Tigers a decisive upset in this game.

Missouri Tigers had been undefeated for most of the first half of the NCAA Football this season and in fact they have defeated then number 1 Oklahoma which made them reach ranked number 7 in the BCS. However, it seems the curse of defeating Oklahoma had haunted them and after that they suffered two successive defeats from then number 14 Nebraska and then the following week from Texas Tech.

When Missouri won its first seven games, it had been the best start of the Tigers in the 50 years history of their team. After that it seems to be downhill. During their last two game their offense and defense seems to be missing. Nebraska hammered them with a 24-0 first quarter lead and then they lost 31-17. After that, Texas Tech massacred them as early as less than 10 minutes of the first quarter 14-0 and then was defeated 24-17.

If the Kansas State Wildcats wish to win this game they should motivate Daniel Thomas to step up for the team and inspire others. He is second in the Big 12 with 1,102 rushing yards, had 79 on 23 carries in last season’s 38-12 loss to Missouri but has now topped 100 in three consecutive games.

Kansas State just won a game against a very strong Texas football team and they could very well give the Missouri Tigers their third lost after their great win against former BCS number 1 Oklahoma Sooners. Kansas however has just won four wins in its last 26 games outside of their home field plus they have also lost seven times in a row to the Top 25 teams and two of those to the Missouri Tigers.

Can the Missouri Tigers rise up and be back on their feet or will Kansas State Wildcats add another loss and misery to the Tigers? Watch this NCAA football game because it is one game worth really watching.

Boise State at Idaho NCAA College Football 2010

Undefeated at 8-0 number 4 Boise Sate travels to the Kibbie Dome and face Idaho. Boise State is one of the to ranked teams which they will be facing this season. The other team that they have faced was number 23 Nevada and they lost during that game, 63-17. If Idaho can’t defeat Nevada which is at the bottom of the BCS ranking then will it be possible for them to defeat a top team like Boise State?

Boise State Broncos is looking forward to a perfect season at 12-0 and by looking at their next opponents in the coming weeks it seems that this will indeed be possible. The only real threat to a perfect season is their November 21 game against ranked Nevada but other than that they can win without hesitation.

The Broncos did dropped in the BCS rankings even with their last week’s 42-7 win against formidable Hawaii/ They racked in more than 700 yards of offense and made Hawaii look like a pathetic team. This time Boise State seems to be very confident since they will be facing an Idaho team which had been run over for more than 800 yards in its last game.

The Governor’s Cup championship is within reach of the Boise State Broncos. If they indeed win, it will be the 12th straight year of winning the Governor’s Cup. A victoruy hear will seal the trophy to them and other teams should be better prepared next season because the Broncos wll not allow anyone to take their trophy and championship from them. The game last week against Hawaii was in fact a school record of 732 total yards and it extends their longest winning streak to 22.

Seems like this game is all for the Boise State Broncos but let us not discount the fact that Idaho Vandals has the possibility of giving a major upset to the Broncos.

Standby as we update you on the Boise State vs Idaho football live game today.

South Carolina vs Auburn NCAA Football Scores and Game Recap

South Carolina vs Auburn NCAA Football Scores and Match Highlights – Two undefeated teams, Auburn Tigers and the South Carolina Gamecocks face each other in a game that will determine who will continue the winning streak in the 4th Week of NCAA College Football. By the tick of the final minute of the match, Auburn emerged victorious winning 35-27 against South Carolina.

These two teams are fairly balanced when it comes to their abilities and performance. Looking at the stats however reveals that Auburn has an edge in this game. Auburn outperforms South Carolina in terms of rushing yards, 299.3 to 198.3. Auburn is 11th in the NCAA in terms of rushing yards performance this season.

Auburn worked hard in its wins for this season. In their match against Mississippi State they just managed to hang and hold off a late Mississippi State rally to win 17-14 in its conference opener Sept. 9, then needed overtime to survive Clemson on Saturday. Down 17-3 at halftime, Gene Chizik’s team battled back with 21 third-quarter points and won 27-24 on the strength of Wes Byrum’s 39-yard field goal.

South Carolina on the other hand had a handled their games pretty well. They had a pretty comfortable lead in all their three games and it seems that the experts at Rivals.com are also saying that this will be the fourth time that South Carolina Gamecocks will emerge victorious.

Auburn proves that hard work really pays off as they win pass one of their teams biggest threat, South Carolina. The final score was 35-27.

First Quarter: 8:50 – Cameron Newton rush for 54 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Auburn. Wes Byrum extra point GOOD; 5:32 – Stephen Garcia pass complete to Alshon Jeffery for 30 yards for a TOUCHDOWN North Carolina. Spencer Lanning extra point GOOD; 1:04 – Marcus Lattimore rush for 1 yard for a TOUCHDOWN North Carolina. Spencer Lanning extra point GOOD.

Second Quarter: 6:16 – Stephen Garcia pass complete to Alshon Jeffery for 6 yards for a TOUCHDOWN but Spencer Lanning extra point MISSED for South Carolina; 0:46 – Cameron Newton rush for 3 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Auburn. Wes Byrum extra point GOOD.

Third Quarter: 6:14 – Cameron Newton rush for 4 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Auburn. Wes Byrum extra point GOOD; 4:45 – Stephen Garcia pass complete to Tori Gurley for 3 yards for a TOUCHDOWN South Carolina. Spencer Lanning extra point GOOD.

Fourth Quarter: 13:35 – Cameron Newton pass complete to Philip Lutzenkirchen for 7 yards for a TOUCHDOWN. Wes Byrum extra point GOOD; 6:23 – Cameron Newton pass complete to Emory Blake for 12 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Auburn. Wes Byrum extra point GOOD.

NCAA Week 4 College Football Scores and Results

NCAA College Football Week 4 Summary of Scores and Results – Most of the top ranked teams avoided close call this week except for one, Texas.  UCLA Bruins  Texas which brings a halt to the winning streak of Texas.  The Bruins continue their legacy of 18 years of defeating Texas.

Here is the NCAA College Football Week 4 Summary of Scores and Results:

Thursday, September 23

7:30 PM ET No. 19 Miami (FL) at Pittsburgh – Miami (FL) 31-3 (Read article)

Friday, September 24

8:00 PM ET No. 4 TCU at Southern Methodist – TCU 41-24 (Read article)

Saturday, September 25

Midday Games:

  • Austin Peay at No. 11 Wisconsin – Wisconsin 70-3
  • Ball State at No. 18 Iowa – Iowa 45-0
  • Bowling Green at No. 21 Michigan – Michigan 65-21 (Read article)
  • Northern Colorado at No. 25 Michigan State – Michigan State 45-7
  • Buffalo at Connecticut – Connecticut 45-21
  • North Carolina State at Georgia Tech – North Carolina 45-28
  • Central Michigan at Northwestern – Northwestern 30-25
  • Virginia Tech at Boston College – Virginia Tech 19-0
  • Florida International at Maryland – Maryland 42-28
  • Toledo at Purdue – Toledo 31-20
  • UAB at Tennessee – Tennessee 32-29 (Read article)
  • 12:30 PM ET UCF at Kansas State – Kansas State 17-13 (Read Article)

Afternoon Games:

  • Virginia Military Institute at Virginia – Virginia 48-7
  • Miami (OH) at Missouri – Missouri 51-13
  • Air Force at Wyoming – Air Force 20-14
  • No. 20 USC at Washington State – USC 50-16
  • Army at Duke – Army 35-21
  • No. 1 Alabama at No. 10 Arkansas – Alabama 24-20 (Read article)
  • Eastern Michigan at No. 2 Ohio State – Ohio State 73-20
  • UCLA at No. 7 Texas – UCLA 34-12 (Read article)
  • No. 16 Stanford at Notre Dame – Standford 37-14
  • Temple at No. 23 Penn State – Penn State 22-13
  • Wake Forest at Florida State – Florida State 31-0
  • North Carolina at Rutgers – North Carolina 17-13
  • Colgate at Syracuse – Syracuse 42-7
  • Tulane at Houston – Houston 42-23
  • Arkansas State at Troy – Troy 35-28
  • Idaho at Colorado State – Colorado State 36-34

Evening Games:

  • No. 8 Oklahoma at Cincinnati – Oklahoma 31-29
  • Nevada at Brigham Young – Nevada 27-13
  • South Dakota State at No. 6 Nebraska – Nebraska 17-3
  • Kentucky at No. 9 Florida – Florida 48-14 (Read article)
  • Northern Iowa at Iowa State – Iowa State 27-0
  • Akron at Indiana – Indiana 35-20
  • Central Arkansas at Tulsa – Tulsa 41-14
  • Ohio at Marshall – Marshall 24-23
  • Middle Tennessee at Louisiana-Lafayette – Middle Tennessee 34-14
  • Georgia at Mississippi State – Mississippi State 24-12
  • North Texas at Florida Atlantic – North Texas 21-17
  • New Mexico State at Kansas – Kansas 42-16
  • Southern Miss at Louisiana Tech – Southern Miss 13-12
  • Southeastern Louisiana at Louisiana-Monroe – LA Monroe 21-20
  • Western Kentucky at South Florida – South Florida 24-12
  • Fresno State at Mississippi – Mississippi 55-38
  • No. 12 South Carolina at No. 17 Auburn – Auburn 35-27 (Read article)
  • No. 24 Oregon State at No. 3 Boise State – Boise State 37-24
  • San Jose State at No. 13 Utah – Utah 56-3
  • Utah State at San Diego State – San Diego State 41-7
  • Baylor at Rice – Baylor 30-13
  • Northern Illinois at Minnesota – Northern Illinois 34-23
  • No. 22 West Virginia at No. 15 LSU – LSU 20-14 (Read article)
  • Memphis at UTEP – UTEP 16-13
  • California at No. 14 Arizona – Arizona 10-9 (Read article)
  • New Mexico at UNLV – UNLV 45-10
  • No. 5 Oregon at Arizona State – Oregon 43-31 (Read article)
  • Charleston Southern at Hawaii – Hawaii 66-7

UCF vs Kansas State NCAA Football Scores and Match Highlights

UCF vs Kansas State NCAA Football Scores and Match Highlights – The undefeated Kansas State continued to be undefeated as they get past the UCF on Saturday’s game, 17-13.  Carson Coffman’s seven-yard touchdown run in the final minute of regulation gave them the much needed win.

UCF proved to indeed be a match for Kansas City State as they held off any breakaway by the nations second-leading rusher. UCF Knights rank 15th in the nation in total defense this season.

Kansas State running back Daniel Thomas (8) is tackled by UCLA safety Tony Dye (6) and linebacker Akeem Ayers (10) and defensive back Ryan Sublett (10) during the second half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 4, 2010, in Manhattan, Kan. Thomas rushed for 235 yards to lead Kansas State to a 33-21 win over UCLA. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

The UCF this season holds the record for outscoring opponents 35-0 in the fourth quarter, marking the first time in the FBS era (since 1996) that the Knights have held teams scoreless in the final quarter through the first three games of a season.

Kansas State University football team is faced with its first real match and threat this season. In the past three games of the season, eight Knights have collected at least 10 tackles, led by Lawrence Young who has 18. But in all the Black and Gold has racked up eight sacks and 23 tackles for loss, highlighted by Darius Nall who has three sacks and four TFLs.

In fact the UCF Knight led during the first half of the game 7-0. Kansas State was only able to score late in the third quarter when Josh Cherry connected on a 27-yard field goal. However, if not for its last play they will suffer their first defeat.

The play will easily be remembered as one of the best, as the offense marched 67 yards on 13 plays. The drive lead to the touchdown run by Coffman, which kept the Wildcats flawless on the year.

West Virginia vs LSU NCAA Football Scores and Game Highlights

West Virginia vs LSU NCAA Football Scores and Game Highlights- Number 22 West Virginia is up against number 15 LSU. The two teams are both undefeated and this game will separate them apart. LSU had made an early lead in this game 17-7 with two touchdowns and one field goal against the only touchdown of West Virginia with 0:48 in the second quarter.

Noel Devine is seen as the most explosive player in the NCAA College Football 2010 and he is part of the West Virginia Mountaineers, can he help West Virginia win this game and continue with an undefeated status? We will have to see in the next few hours.

Here is the play by play highlights courtesy of ESPN.

First Quarter: 0:26 – Stevan Ridley rush for 1 yard for a TOUCHDOWN LSU. Josh Jasper extra point GOOD. 0-7 LSU.

Second Quarter: 12:01 – Josh Jasper 49 yard field goal GOOD LSU; 9:39 – Gregg Pugnetti punt for 48 yards, returned by Patrick Peterson for 60 yards for a TOUCHDOWN LSU. Josh Jasper extra point GOOD; 0:48 – Geno Smith pass complete to Stedman Bailey for 5 yards for a TOUCHDOWN west Virginia. Tyler Bitancurt extra point GOOD. 7-17 LSU.

Third Quarter: 12:29 – Geno Smith pass complete to Jock Sanders for 13 yards for a TOUCHDOWN. Tyler Bitancurt extra point GOOD West Virginia. 14-17 LSU.

Fourth Quarter: 14:56 Josh Jasper 23 yard field goal GOOD LSU. 14-20 LSU.

Kentucky vs Florida NCAA Football 2010 Scores and Results: Florida Wins 48-14

Kentucky vs Florida NCAA Football 2010 Scores and Results: Florida Wins 48-14 – Two undefeated teams who won three games in a row are now standing face to face against each other. Florida is currently ranked number 9 while Kentucky is an unranked NCAA team.

The game ended and Florida leads by a mile, 48-14. Here is the play by play highlights of the Kentucky vs Florida NCAA Football 2010 game courtesy of ESPN:

Florida quarterback John Brantley (12) looks for a receiver and is protected by Florida tackle Xavier Nixon (73) as he hits Kentucky's defensive tackle Luke McDermott (68) in the first half during an NCAA college football game in Gainesville, Fla., Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010. (AP Photo/Phil Sandlin)

First Quarter: 11:09 – Trey Burton rush for 11 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Florida. Caleb Sturgis extra point GOOD; 2:40 – John Brantley pass complete to Trey Burton for 11 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Florida. Caleb Sturgis extra point GOOD. 14-0

Second Quarter: 6:14 – Mike Hartline pass intercepted by Jeremy Brown at the Fla 48, returned for 52 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Florida. Caleb Sturgis extra point GOOD; 3:22 – Randall Cobb pass complete to Chris Matthews for 11 yards for a TOUCHDOWN. Craig McIntosh extra point GOOD. 21-7.

Third Quarter: 9:56 – Trey Burton rush for 10 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Florida. Caleb Sturgis extra point BLOCKED; 6:58 – Mike Hartline pass complete to Chris Matthews for 27 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Kentucky. Craig McIntosh extra point GOOD; 1:20 – Trey Burton rush for 9 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Florida. Caleb Sturgis extra point GOOD. 34-14.

Fourth Quarter: 13:11 – Trey Burton rush for 3 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Florida. Caleb Sturgis extra point GOOD; 6:38 – Trey Burton rush for 7 yards for a TOUCHDOWN Florida. Caleb Sturgis extra point GOOD. 48-14.

Texas vs UCLA NCAA Football 2010 Scores and Results: UCLA Won 34-12

Texas vs UCLA NCAA Football 2010 Scores and Results: UCLA Won 34-12 – The match today between Texas Longhorns and the UCLA Bruins brings back memories of the bitter lost that Texas suffered from the Bruins, Sept. 13, 1997 when they demolished them 66-3. It was the worst lost which Texas suffered since 1004 when they were defeated by Chicago 68-0.

This time round the meeting between UCLA and Texas smells a little different. The team is undefeated in the last three games and they scored very well against their opponents, winning 34-17 over the Rice Owls in their season opener. Texas Longhorns followed this with a win against Wyoming 34-7 and their fellow state team, Texas Tech with a score of 24-14.

Indeed, even the experts at Rivals.com are saying that Texas will emerge victorious against the UCLA Bruins this time. Texas has an edge over all statistics except for Rushing Yards where the UCLA Bruins have almost a double edge advantage.

“It’s an undefeated team with great tradition,” Bruins coach Rick Neuheisel said of the Longhorns. “We’ve got to make sure that we’re not caught looking at all the people wearing burnt orange.”

Who will win and who will go back home defeated? Well we are about to see soon.

UPDATE: The football match between Texas vs. UCLA was already finished. Texas took the early lead in the first quarter scoring 3 points but UCLA took over the next three quarters with scores of 13, 14, and 7 respectively. To view the scores and results of the football game, I will now turn you over to ESPN here.

UAB vs Tennessee Football Scores and Results: Tennessee Won 32-29

UAB vs Tennessee Football Scores and Results: Tennessee Won 32-29 – Tennessee currently leads on the second quarter of their match against the UAB. Both teams have a 1-2 standing overall and are determined to get their second win this season. So far, the Tennessee Volunteers had outplayed the UAB Blazers in both quarters.

First Quarter: Tennessee 14 vs UAB 7. The Volunteers managed to score two touchdowns in the first quarter courtesy of Denarius Moore and Zach Rogers. The first touch down was made 10:59 then the second touchdown at 2:15. The UAB Blazers manage to minimize their casualty on the quarter by scoring their own touchdown. Matt Simms pass complete to Zach Rogers for 72 yards for a touchdown.

Second Quarter: Tennessee 9 vs UAB 0. The action in the second quarter seems to be suppressed compared to the good scoring of the previous quarter. This time Tennessee was only accorded a field goal via Daniel Lincoln. The expectation and efforts of UAB to rally points and catch up with Tennessee ends up in frustration as their defense collapse allowing another touchdown. Bryan Ellis pass intercepted by Prentiss Waggner at the UAB 9, returned for 9 yards for a touchdown. The extra point by Daniel Lincoln was blocked.

UPDATE: The UAB vs. Tennessee NCAA College Football match was finished. It was a close fight but in the end, Tennessee won in a final score of 32-29. To know the recap of the match, you can view it at ESPN here.

North Texas vs Florida Atlantic: NCAA College Football 2010 Week 4

North Texas vs Florida Atlantic: NCAA College Football 2010 Week 4 – Florida Atlantic is a solid favorite in this game against North Texas. Simulation games and various considerations taken gave Florida Atlantic at least 72% chance to beat North Texas based on the analysis of ACCU Score.

FLorida Atlantic won the first game of the season at UAB but later on bowed to a defeat against Michigan State in a close football match. FLorida Atlantic currently holds a 1-1 record on the year. Their opponent, North Texas is currently on a 3-game loosing streak. Experts suggest that this will not be any different from their previous games and will end up in another lost for North Texas, however the players are optimistic that they can win this one.

The main cause of the current bad games of North Texas was their injured prone line-up. Starting quarterback Derek Thompson and his backup Nathan Tune have both been diagnosed with season ending injuries, leaving the door open for redshirt-sophomore Riley Dodge.

“It’s not a team to look past them,” senior quarterback Jeff Van Camp said of North Texas. “They got a lot to play for, they think there season is just getting started with the conference, they’ve lost their first three games, but we know they’re going to be hungry.”

This is indeed another exciting game because always remember that the winner is not decided before the game but after the dust had settled in the football field. So take your pick… who will win this game?