Week 9 at the college's football season gives us a loaded slate, and thank you to all of us, it…
Week 9 at the college’s football season gives us a loaded slate, and thank you to all of us, it was a villain of action that would take place Friday night. Miami traveled to Boston College in a key ACC showdown, Indiana took on PJ Fleck and Minnesota Golden Gophers, and No. 23 Utah squared from UCLA in Pasadena, California, in a key Pac-12 South showdown.
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All Times Eastern
Louisiana Tech 21
, FAU 13 – Box Points
Boston College 27, Miami 14 – Box Points
Minnesota 38, Indiana 31 – Box Points
Wyoming 34, Colorado State 21 – Box Points
No. 23 Utah 41, UCLA 10 – Box Points
Four Pac-12 South teams entered Week 9 bound on Pac-12 South with two conference losses and two of them quadreded Friday evening. No. 23 Utah steamrolled UCLA 41-10, Zack Moss rushed for 210 yards and three touchdowns and Utes defense dominated Bruins in all aspects. If you did not know who Moss was before the match, you should know now.
Wyoming Star Defensive lineman Youhanna Ghaifan was calledat the team hotel Friday morning but the cowboys did just fine without him on Friday night. Nico Evans topped the 100-yard ground on the ground and scored goals, quarterback Sean Chambers stood for three touchdowns (two passes, one rush) and coach Craig Bohls crew dominated Colorado State 34-21 in Fort Collins. The winner moves the Cowboys to 3-6 in the year and 1-4 in Mountain West. Colorado State drops to 4-5 and 2-3 in conference games.
The Golden Gophers hosts Indiana on Friday night, and it was worth the price of uptake – even on a cold and rainy night. Quarterback Tanner Morgan started in place of injured Zack Annex City and hit two touchdown passes in the first half to lead his team to a 31-9 lead in the fourth quarter. Play over, right? No. Hoosier’s quarterback Peyton Ramsey thrown touchdown passes 43 and 37 yards. and Stevie Scott hit an in 3:57 left to tie it at 31. But Morgan had just a little more in mind. The freshman who came in with just 22 tries attempted to beat Rashod Bateman with a perfectly placed 67-yard touchdown strike by 1:34 to play to give Gopher’s win. However, it was bad news for P.J. Fleck crew. Running back Shannon Brooks rushed for 154 yards and one point in his first match back from a knee injury, but left the game after what appeared to be a contactless bodily injury.
The Eagles reached into a trick bag early in the match against Miami in Chestnut Hill. Quarterback Anthony Brown ran into a touchdown and threw another to broad recipient Jeff Smith. But Smith put their quarterback shoes under the “Red Bandana Game” as well. He threw a 27-yard pass on a bubble screen throwback to Brown at the game’s first device in the game, leading to Smith’s touchdown capture. He threw a 31-yard pass over the field to Travis Levy on an end around throwback on Eagles second touchdown unit of the night. Hurricanes quarterback Malik Rozier got the start over N & # 39; Kosi Perry and threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Darrell Langham in the first frame. The ears run back A.J. Dillon, in his first match back from injury, is over the field on the ground and knocked out for 14 meters in the third quarter to give his team a 27-14 lead. This score stopped, and Dillon ended with 149 rushes in his return.
FAU Drive Back Devin Singletary got the score started early with a 7-yard touchdown run but Lane Train came to a screaming stop after a warm first quarter start. Jaqwis Dancy had a 20-yard touchdown run, Kam McKnight found dirt from five yards out and quarterback J Smith Smith beat Teddy Kalv for a 15-yard touchdown to give Louisiana Tech a 21-13 win over the owls in Boca Raton . Skip Holtz’s crew improved to 6-2 in total and 4-1 in Conference USA, and Kiffin’s owls fell to 1-3 in conference after having gone unanswered in C-US games a year ago.
The Eagles developed a new tradition on September 10, 2011 – the day before the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks – when they began to play a game a year in memory of Welles Remy Crowther . Crowther was a Boston College Lacrosse player who worked at the World Trade Center and credited as a man who saved at least 12 lives before killing the South Tower’s collapse. Known as “The Man in the Red Bandanna”, the eagles have been wearing uniforms and giving fans red ribbons to honor one of our nation’s heroes. Take a look at the uniform set for Friday’s showdown with Miami.