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Wednesday, August 12, 2015
10:35 PM - August 12, 2015. Written by KamekDSU
Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
Apr 12, 2015123456789RHE
Boston (2-4)000000000062
New York (4-2)00002000x240
W: Masahiro Tanaka (1-1) L: Clay Buchholz (1-1) S: Dellin Betances (1)
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSBOSNYY
Boston Red Sox
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Mookie Betts, CF4000030.192
Brock Holt, SS4010000.187
David Ortiz, 1B4010000.333
Hanley Ramirez, LF4000010.238
Pablo Sandoval, 3B4010010.086
Dustin Pedroia, 2B4000010.227
Allen Craig, DH3020000.300
---Xander Bogaerts, PR0000000.428
Quintin Berry, RF3010000.222
Ryan Hanigan, C2000010.263
Rusney Castillo1000000.000
Christian Vaszquez, C0000000.000
TEAM TOTALS33060070
FIELDING:
E: Holt, Hanigan
New York Yankees
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF4000010.291
Brett Gardner, LF4000000.208
Alex Rodriguez, DH3010010.291
Mark Teixeira, 1B3000020.368
Chase Headley, 3B3000010.187
Didi Gregorius, SS3110000.235
Carlos Beltran, RF3010010.266
Stephen Drew, 2B3000010.352
Austin Romine, C3112001.166
TEAM TOTALS29242071
BATTING:
HR: Romine
RBI: Romine 2
BASERUNNING:
SB: Gregorius
Boston Red Sox
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Clay Buchholz (L, 1-1)6422064.26
Craig Breslow2000012.25
TEAM TOTALS842207
New York Yankees
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Masahiro Tanaka (W, 1-1)7500064.50
David Carpenter (H, 1)1000010.00
Dellin Betances (S, 1)1100000.00
TEAM TOTALS960007
Dynasty: KamekDSU
10:21 PM - August 12, 2015. Written by KamekDSU
Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
Apr 11, 2015123456789RHE
Boston (2-3)000000010141
New York (3-2)20002002x6160
W: Adam Warren (1-0) L: Joe Kelly (0-1) S: -
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSBOSNYY
Boston Red Sox
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Mookie Betts, CF4010010.227
Brock Holt, SS3000100.166
David Ortiz, 1B3000120.352
Hanley Ramirez, LF4000010.294
Pablo Sandoval, 3B3010100.052
Dustin Pedroia, 2B4000000.277
Allen Craig, DH3000100.152
Quintin Berry, RF4000010.200
Ryan Hannigan, C3121001.294
TEAM TOTALS31141451
BATTING:
2B: Hanigan
HR: Hanigan
RBI: Hanigan
FIELDING:
E: Holt
New York Yankees
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF4110110.350
Brett Gardner, LF4111100.250
Alex Rodriguez, 3B4022000.285
Mark Teixeira, 1B3120200.437
Brian McCann, C4112011.333
Garrett Jones, DH4031000.571
Didi Gregorius, SS4010010.214
Stephen Drew, 2B4130000.428
Chris Young, RF2010010.285
Carlos Beltran, RF2110000.250
TEAM TOTALS356166441
BATTING:
2B: Gardner, Teixeira, Jones, Gregorius, Beltran
HR: McCann
RBI: Gardner, Rodriguez 2, McCann 2, Jones
SF: Rodriguez
GIDP: Rodriguez, McCann, Jones
BASERUNNING:
SB: Gardner
Boston Red Sox
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Joe Kelly (L, 0-1)4.21044217.71
Alexi Ogando0.1100010.00
Tommy Layne1000015.40
Craig Breslow1000114.50
Junichi Tazawa0.12221010.80
Anthony Varvaro0.2100000.00
TEAM TOTALS941145
New York Yankees
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Adam Warren (W, 1-0)7311341.28
Ivan Nova (H, 1)1100010.00
Dellin Betances1000100.00
TEAM TOTALS941145
Dynasty: KamekDSU
10:08 PM - August 12, 2015. Written by KamekDSU
Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
Apr 10, 2015123456789RHE
Boston (2-2)000000000020
New York (2-2)103200000690
W: Nathan Eovaldi (1-0) L: Justin Masterson (0-1) S: -
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSBOSNYY
Boston Red Sox
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Mookie Betts, CF3000110.222
Brock Holt, SS3000000.222
David Ortiz, 1B3000010.428
Hanley Ramirez, LF2010000.384
Pablo Sandoval, 3B3000000.000
Dustin Pedroia, 2B3000020.357
Allen Craig, DH3010000.250
Quintin Berry, RF3000020.272
Ryan Hanigan, C3000020.214
TEAM TOTALS26020180
BATTING:
HBP: Ramirez
GIDP: Holt, Sandoval 2
New York Yankees
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF3110100.375
Brett Gardner, LF4021010.250
Alex Rodriguez, DH4110020.235
Mark Teixeira, 1B4112001.384
Chase Headley, 3B4000000.230
Brian McCann, C3110100.363
Carlos Beltran, RF3000000.200
Chris Young, RF1000000.200
Stephen Drew, 2B4122011.300
Brendan Ryan, SS3111101.142
TEAM TOTALS33696343
BATTING:
2B: McCann, Drew
HR: Teixeira, Drew, Ryan
RBI: Gardner, Teixeira 2, Drew 2, Ryan
BASERUNNING:
SB: Ellsbury 2
Boston Red Sox
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Justin Masterson (L, 0-1)3.17661216.20
Alexi Ogando2.2100210.00
Anthony Varvaro2000010.00
TEAM TOTALS896634
New York Yankees
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Nathan Eovaldi (W, 1-0)8200160.00
David Carpenter1000020.00
TEAM TOTALS920018
Dynasty: KamekDSU
09:55 PM - August 12, 2015. Written by KamekDSU
Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees
Apr 9, 2015123456789RHE
Toronto (2-1)000000000071
New York (1-2)01100101x492
W: Michael Pineda (1-0) L: Aaron Sanchez (0-1) S: -
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSTORNYY
Toronto Blue Jays
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Jose Reyes, SS4010000.153
Dalton Pompey, CF4010020.444
Jose Bautista, RF4010020.363
Edwin Encarnacion, 1B4010000.363
Josh Donaldson, 3B4010020.300
Dioner Navarro, DH4010000.166
Russell Martin, C4000000.333
Michael Saunders, LF2010010.300
Maicer Izturis, 2B3000010.181
TEAM TOTALS33070080
BATTING:
2B: Encarnacion
HBP: Saunders
BASERUNNING:
SB: Donaldson, Saunders
FIELDING:
E: Izturis
New York Yankees
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF4121011.384
Brett Gardner, LF4000020.166
Alex Rodriguez, 1B4221001.230
Brian McCann, C4010010.375
Carlos Beltran, RF4010010.285
Chase Headley, 3B3121111.333
Garrett Jones, DH3011110.333
Didi Gregorius, SS4000010.200
Stephen Drew, 2B2000000.166
Brendan Ryan, 2B1000000.000
TEAM TOTALS33494283
BATTING:
3B: Ellsbury
HR: Ellsbury, Rodriguez, Headley
RBI: Ellsbury, Rodriguez, Headley, Jones
GIDP: Beltran
FIELDING:
E: Beltran
Toronto Blue Jays
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Aaron Sanchez (L, 0-1)5433175.40
Daniel Norris2200110.00
Todd Redmond1311009.00
TEAM TOTALS894428
New York Yankees
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Michael Pineda, (W, 1-0)6000050.00
Chris Capuano (H,1)2100020.00
Dellin Betances1000010.00
TEAM TOTALS970008
Dynasty: KamekDSU
09:43 PM - August 12, 2015. Written by KamekDSU
Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees
Apr 8, 2015123456789RHE
Toronto (2-0)031000000470
New York (0-2)000000000050
W: Mark Buehrle (1-0) L: CC Sabathia (0-1) S: -
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSTORNYY
Toronto Blue Jays
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Jose Reyes, SS4000010.111
Maicer Izturis, 2B4010000.250
Jose Bautista, RF3010120.428
Edwin Encarnacion, 1B3211111.428
Josh Donaldson, 3B2110200.333
Danny Valencia, DH4111020.250
Dioner Navarro, C4010000.125
Dayan Viciedo, LF3011000.333
Michael Saunders, CF3001030.250
TEAM TOTALS30474491
BATTING:
2B: Viciedo
HR: Encarnacion
RBI: Encarnacion, Valencia, Viciedo, Saunders
SF: Viciedo, Saunders
BASERUNNING:
CS: Bautista, Donaldson
New York Yankees
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF4010010.333
Brett Gardner, LF4000000.250
Alex Rodriguez, DH4010000.111
Mark Teixeira, 1B4020010.444
Chase Headley, 3B3000100.166
Chris Young, RF4010010.250
Didi Gregorius, SS2000100.333
Brendan Ryan, 2B3000010.000
Austin Romine, C3000010.000
TEAM TOTALS31050250
BATTING:
2B: Teixeira
Toronto Blue Jays
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Mark Buehrle (W, 1-0)9500250.00
TEAM TOTALS950025
New York Yankees
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
CC Sabathia (L, 0-1)4.1744338.30
Ivan Nova4.2000160.00
TEAM TOTALS974449
Dynasty: KamekDSU
09:29 PM - August 12, 2015. Written by KamekDSU
Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees
Apr 6, 2015123456789RHE
Toronto (1-0)2020220008150
New York (0-1)1010013006130
W: RA Dickey (1-0) L: Masahiro Tanaka (0-1) S: Brett Cecil (1)
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSTORNYY
Toronto Blue Jays
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Jose Reyes, SS5110010.200
Dalton Pompey, CF5231020.600
Jose Bautista, R4221101,500
Edwin Encarnacion, 1B4224002.500
Josh Donaldson, 3B4011100.250
Dioner Navarro, DH4000100.000
Russell Martin, C5031010.600
Michael Saunders, LF5020010.400
Maicer Izturis, 2B4110010.250
BATTING:
2B: Saunders
3B: Pompey
HR: Bautista, Encarnacion 2
RBI: Pompey, Bautista, Encarnacion 4, Donaldson, Martin
SF: Encarnacion
BASERUNNING:
SB: Reyes
CS: Martin
New York Yankees
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF5120010.400
Brett Gardner, LF4221100.500
Alex Rodriguez, DH5000030.000
Mark Teixeira, 1B5122011.400
Carlos Beltran, RF3211210.333
Brian McCann, C4020100.500
Didi Gregorius, SS4021101.500
Stephen Drew, 2B4011001.250
BATTING:
2B: Gardner, McCann
HR: Teixeira
RBI: Gardner, Teixeira 2, Beltran, Gregorius, Drew
BASERUNNING:
SB: Headley
CS: Gregorius
Toronto Blue Jays
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
RA Dickey (W, 1-0)6.11266388.52
Aaron Loup (H, 1)0.2100200.00
Steve Delabar (H, 1)1000000.00
Brett Cecil (S, 1)1000100.00
New York Yankees
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Masahiro Tanaka (L, 0-1)510661410.80
Jared Burton12221118.00
Andrew Miller3001120.00
Dynasty: KamekDSU
08:43 PM - August 12, 2015. Written by KamekDSU
New York Yankees Depth Chart - 2015
  • Catcher
  • Brian McCann
  • Austin Romine
  • First Base
  • Mark Teixeira
  • Second Base
  • Brendan Ryan
  • Jose Pirela
  • Johnny Giavotella
  • Third Base
  • Chase Headley
  • Shortstop
  • Didi Gregorius
  • Left Field
  • Brett Gardner
  • Center Field
  • Jacoby Ellsbury
  • Chris Young
  • Right Field
  • Shin-Soo Choo
  • Starting Pitcher
  • Masahiro Tanaka
  • Adam Warren
  • Michael Pineda
  • Nathan Eovaldi
  • Ivan Nova
  • Relief Pitcher
  • Johan Lozano
  • Chris Martin
  • David Carpenter
  • Justin Wilson
  • Andrew Miller
  • Dellin Betances
  • Closer
  • Rafael Soriano
  • Designated Hitter
  • Alex Rodriguez
  • Disabled List
  • Carlos Beltran
  • Stephen Drew
  • CC Sabathia
Dynasty: KamekDSU
08:36 PM - August 12, 2015. Written by KamekDSU
2015 New York Yankees
#PITCHERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
19Masahiro TanakaRHPR/R
43Adam WarrenRHPR/R
35Michael PinedaRHPR/R
47Ivan NovaRHPR/R
40Nathan EovaldiRHPR/R
38Johan LozanoRHPR/R
41Justin WilsonLHPL/L
48Andrew MillerLHPL/L
31David CarpenterRHPR/R
68Dellin BetancesRHPR/R
69Chris MartinRHPR/R
29Rafael SorianoRHPR/R
52CC Sabathia (DL)LHPL/L
#CATCHERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
34Brian McCannCL/R
55Austin RomineCR/R
#INFIELDERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
18Didi GregoriusSSL/R
12Chase Headley3BS/R
25Mark Teixeira1BS/R
17Brendan Ryan2B/SSR/R
26Johnny Giavotella2BR/R
63Jose Pirela2BR/R
14Stephen Drew (DL)2B/SSL/R
#OUTFIELDERSPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
22Jacoby EllsburyCFL/L
11Brett GardnerLFL/L
27Shin-Soo ChooRFL/L
24Chris YoungOFR/R
36Carlos Beltran (DL)RFS/R
#DESIGNATED HITTERPOSB/TAGEHTWTSALARY
13Alex RodriguezDH/3BR/R
Dynasty: KamekDSU
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
01:40 PM - August 11, 2015. Written by apetroski
Ohio State Buckeyes at Drake Bulldogs
Mar 30, 20081ST2NDSCORE
Ohio State (27-9)304979
Drake (36-0)5546101
Ohio State Buckeyes
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
S. Scott286-150-38-81720420
D. Russell285-140-40-05641110
S. Thompson258-132-30-04210018
A. Lee82-41-20-0010005
D. Ball285-171-12-416204013
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
J. Tate31-30-10-0110002
M. Loving205-121-50-02012411
K. Diop-- DID NOT PLAY --
K. Williams-- DID NOT PLAY --
T. McDonald-- DID NOT PLAY --
J. Lorbach-- DID NOT PLAY --
A. Williams-- DID NOT PLAY --
TEAM TOTALS32-785-1810-12291987979
TEAM TOTALS32-785-1810-12291987979
Drake Bulldogs
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Adam Emmenecker183-40-00-0333126
Leonard Houston171-40-11-3350043
Josh Young287-203-90-02410017
Bucky Cox2811-142-24-49001128
Austin Petrauskas2815-272-65-525332037
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Rayvonte Rice131-60-42-2100114
Klayton Korver82-42-40-2020026
Brent Heemskerk-- DID NOT PLAY --
John Michael Hall-- DID NOT PLAY --
Alex White-- DID NOT PLAY --
Jacob Baryenbruch-- DID NOT PLAY --
Josh Parker-- DID NOT PLAY --
TEAM TOTALS40-799-2612-1643177610101
Dynasty: apetroski
04:17 AM - August 11, 2015. Written by Fridge Combat
Bolts Insider




The Preseason is finally in the books! Many teams can breathe a sigh of relief, as everyone managed to dodge the injury bullet this week. Our Chargers have been especially lucky, as they avoided any injuries altogether over four weeks!

As we step into the Regular Season, teams will complete their final round of cutting this week, and many unfortunates will be waiting for a phone call.


Signed:

SD - M. Elam SS - 570K - The first of three moves made by the Chargers this week. So far in his career, the former Ravens first Round pick is considered a bust. Granted he has not played to the standard expected, but maybe the expectations were too much. If he has anything though, it's piles of athleticism and potential.
The Chargers currently carry two SSs in Addae and Wilson. Word is, that the coaching staff don't believe either to be the answer at the position. If Elam plays at his expected level, there is a high chance he may breaking the starting line-up next year. His future rests in his own hands.




Revival?: Once the Ravens showed him the door, many believed Elam's career to be done. We will see what his future holds in San Diego.



SD - M. Barkley QB - 730K - Now after such an abysmal start to a career and being let go last week, many would question the decision to sign Barkley, dig deeper and it becomes more clear. The Chargers currently carry two QBs, Rivers is incumbent, Clemens has performed well but is no spring chicken. God forbid one, (or both!), QBs go down then what? And what if Clemens retires? That's either a draft pick, or more money in free agency to sign his replacement.
That's a lot of if's. But having Barkley now makes sense, with some training and a year in the system, he will be a cheaper and possibly more viable option next year should the Chargers need someone. Besides, Rivers ain't young either, so a young QB might be just what they need.

SD - A. Blake CB - 660K - Former FS turned Corner, is the final Chargers signing. Though short in stature at 5' 9" and lacking experience, his break neck speed means he will be valuable in the return game alongside Reese and Jones. Perhaps with some grooming he will make a decent slot corner, with his athleticism.

ATL - M. Williams WR - 1.62M - Williams' stint in the NFL started very well, setting a franchise record for TDs in a season, and leading all WRs in his class in receptions and yards. Since then he has had a stint of injuries, and was recently cut by the Bills. Now Atlanta has decided to make it's receiving corps even more ridiculous!
Next to Julio Jones and Roddy White, Williams will probably play in the slot. Should any go down though, he has starting receiver experience and ability, so he would be a nice fall-back player.


Released:

SD - D. Brown HB - The former Colt is finally out of San Diego. After following Telesco to his new home, Brown has been a depth guy at best, but a back-loaded contract that hamstrung the Chargers kept him on the squad. With spaces running out, San Diego eats the penalty and sends Brown on his way.

HOU - N. Washington WR - With the addition of Sidney Rice, (and this year's drafted Jaelen Strong), the Texans cut ties with Washington. This seems an odd choice as it could be argued that Washington is just as good if not better than Rice in his production. Still, this makes him one of the better receivers in free agency, with some juice left in the tank, which someone may need down the line.

TEN - M. Griffin SS - (Again, this is probably down to an undeserved low rating) The former first round safety has been moved, in what seems to be a questionable move by Tennessee. Since his arrival, Griffin has had a sound career, including a seven INT season in 2008. What spurred this move is unknown, but we'll be surprised if he hangs around for too long.

PIT - J. Harrison OLB - The most feared player in the NFL is back on the market. Whatever it is between Harrison and the Steelers, this roundabout of sign-release is probably over for good. Harrison can play stand up in a 3-4 and potentially do some damage with his hand in the ground. We expect him to find a home pretty soon!




The End?: Will this be the last time we see Harrison on the gridiron? Let's hope not, without his notoriety the League would be dull!



OAK - T. Richardson HB - How far the apple has fallen from the tree for Richardson. After a stellar rookie year, he was soon traded by the new Cleveland staff for a 1st Rounder from the Colts. Since then, Richardson has been ultimately ineffective at the Pro level. Now his short stint at Oakland is over, it's possible his NFL career is done.

NE - D. Amendola WR - The apparent successor to Wes Welker is on the market again. Amendola has floated between a couple of teams now, after some pretty serious injuries have left him sidelined for many of his years, so any teams that grab him now will have to consider his history. But he's an extremely talented slot receiver and could help a bunch of teams of he can stay on the field.

CAR - R. Harper SS - After the loss of 'Peanut' Tillman, you would think the Panthers would want to keep as many secondary players as possible. Instead they have cut ties with the experienced former Saint. The Pathers have very little depth in the secondary, so the front seven will have to be the driving force of the defense, (as before), and pressure will be on Cam Newton to keep the team on the board.

DET - R. Mathis CB - Mathis holds quite a few franchise records with the Jacksonville Jaguars, he's had a few injured seasons recently but that's something to overlook right? Apparently not, if you're Detroit. He now becomes the best corner in free agency, leaving this Detroit team with a fairly weak secondary.

NYG - C. Jenkins DT - Who knows what's going on in New York right now! First Mike Patterson is let go, then Cullen Jenkins? Both productive players, and former teammates! So surely that kind of chemistry would be a massive bonus? Maybe not, or so the Giants believe. New York has a plethora of defensive linemen, so they probably won't be too poorly off, but Jenkins is another talented DT in the shuffle.

ATL - D. Hester WR - The greatest kick-returner in NFL history is looking for a job. It's difficult to fathom that teams still want to lean on the 'Hester WR experiment', rather than just take him for what he is, the best returner in the NFL. Unfortunately, the life of a returner has a shelf-life, and it's true Hester doesn't quite have the wheels that he used to, and without them what is his purpose?
Someone may take him for his ability alone, but there are younger, faster options out there, we hope Hester's HOF career end this way.




Hester on his way to free agency.



DAL - D. McFadden HB - Thought to be the successor for the great season of DeMarco Murray, the Cowboys have instead decided not to take a gamble on McFadden. In a career plagued with injuries, he has never lived up to expectations. From his college days to the flashes of Regular Season greatness, it's easy to see why people fall on the hype train. But with very few 16 game seasons under his belt, it's tough to see anyone take the risk on McFadden at his age.

DEN - A. Smith DT - Self designated as 'The Ninja', Smith is taking his awful nickname to free agency. This isn't such a huge deal to the Texans who still have a solid front seven. Smith is big enough to play in a 4-3 or DE in a 3-4, which should make him a valuable commodity. But age is a factor, and it's unclear whether the cost-age ratio is going to be worth it for a year.

DEN - R. Hillman HB - After a short stint with the Broncos, the former Aztec is now on a long list of RB free agents. He has some fumbles in big moments, and some question his durability, but at 23 he has the tools to be a solid back with some coaching.


Next week we will have a special edition of our newsletter, where we will recap the Chargers' Preseason, and have a look at our upcoming schedule. Providing analysis, and all the good, (and bad!), that me can look forward to in the Regular Season!



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Dynasty: Fridge Combat
Friday, August 7, 2015
02:29 PM - August 7, 2015. Written by apetroski
Bowl Results
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Arizona State 44, UTEP 27New Mexico Bowl
Toledo 54, Cal St. Fullerton 48 OTPotato Bowl
UL Monroe 31, Long Beach St 6Poinsettia Bowl
UCF 45, Northern Illinois 31St. Petersburgh Bowl
Tulsa 38, Arkansas State 13New Orleans Bowl
California 45, Montana 24Las Vegas Bowl
Army 35, Utah State 19Hawaii Bowl
Michigan State 44, Miami U 31Motor City Bowl
Kent State 29, Tulane 23Military Bowl
Stanford 42, Denver 31Holiday Bowl
North Carolina 48, Rice 32Queen City Bowl
Pittsburgh 42, Eastern Michigan 23Independence Bowl
Wake Forest 24, Temple 17Tangerine Bowl
Texas Tech 31, Penn State 24Texas Bowl
Drake 31, San Diego State 7Armed Forces Bowl
Washington 42, Cincinnati 21Emerald Bowl
Oklahoma 37, USC 31Alamo Bowl
Minnesota 38, West Virginia 24Copper Bowl
Akron 19, Virginia 16Music City Bowl
Utah 28, Virginia Tech 18Sun Bowl
North Dakota State 31, Kansas 24Liberty Bowl
Northwestern 35, Boise State 29Heart of Dallas Bowl
Washington U 35, New Mexico State 28Birmingham Bowl
Appalachian State 27, Ball State 17Mobile Alabama Bowl<="evenrow">Ole Miss 34, Purdue 17Gator Bowl
Ohio State 35, Alabama 21Capitol One Bowl
Auburn 31, Missouri 21Citrus Bowl
LSU 38, Oregon 14Rose Bowl
Navy 52, Kansas State 34Fiesta Bowl
Florida State 45, South Carolina 43Sugar Bowl
Notre Dame 48, Miami 32Orange Bowl
Texas 38, Tennessee 10Cotton Bowl
Chicago 56, Michigan 42CFB Championship
Dynasty: apetroski
01:37 PM - August 7, 2015. Written by apetroski
ResultsWinnerLoser
Big Ten Championship#4 Michigan, 35#2 Chicago, 31
American Championship Navy, 38Temple, 10
SEC Championship#8 South Carolina, 47#1 LSU, 43
MWC ChampionshipLong Beach State, 30Utah State, 28
PAC Championship#10 Oregon 24#3 USC 21
ACC Championship#18 Miami 21#6 Georgia Tech 14
Big 12 ChampionshipKansas State 38#12 Texas 35
Dynasty: apetroski
Thursday, August 6, 2015
09:30 PM - August 6, 2015. Written by xenocide78
I needed to scratch the itch so I've started up again. I will be updating roster, recruits, and the game recap for the game I have completed soon. But for now, here is the schedule.

Ball State Cardinals 2013 Schedule
DATEOPPONENTRESULT
Aug 29vs North TexasWon, 37-17
Sep 7at Arizona
Sep 14at Cincinnati
Sep 21at Eastern Michigan
Sep 28vs Toledo
Oct 5at Virginia
Oct 12vs Kent State
Oct 19at Western Michigan
Oct 26at Akron
Nov 6vs Central Michigan
Nov 13at Northern Illinois
Nov 29vs Miami (OH)
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Wednesday, August 5, 2015
09:59 PM - August 5, 2015. Written by TTU38Alum
Matchup Preview *|* August 29, 2015
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#20 Arkansas Razorbacks
(0-0, 0-0 Away)
Texas Tech Red Raiders
(0-0, 0-0 Home)


LUBBOCK - In what has come as a major surprise to both programs, Texas Tech's Aug. 29 opener against No. 20 Arkansas has been moved to Lubbock, where the Razorbacks rolled the Red Raiders 49-28 one year ago.

"This actually turned out to be a great deal for us," Tech athletic director Kirby Hocutt said. "This match-up has benefited both universities so well that we have agreed to extend it two more years on the terms that we'll travel to Fayetteville in 2016 and 2017."

The Red Raiders, who finished the 2014 season at 4-8 - their worst season since 1990 - will be looking to right the ship in 2015 and a payback win against a rising Arkansas program could really build some confidence before heading in to a tough Big 12 schedule.

"We're ready to put last year behind us," Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury said. "Not just myself, but us coaches, the players and all of Red Raider Nation. We're ready to put it as far behind us as we can because we like to win and that's what everyone expects of the Red Raiders."

Many questions about the 2015 Red Raiders are still to be answered in two weeks when the season kicks off as fall camp has been closed to the media. Who will start at quarterback for the scarlet and black?

"We'll see," Kingsbury said. "Both Davis (Webb) and Pat (Mahomes) have been neck-and-neck and it'll be a tough decision that should work itself out before then."


Sophomore quarterback Patrick Mahomes showed flashes late last season.

The Red Raiders will rely heavily on senior running back DeAndre Washington, who rushed for 1,103 yards last season - the most a Red Raider has put up since 1998. Receivers Jakeem Grant and Devin Lauderdale are also poised to have a big season for Texas Tech.

"We really have what we think is a special group of guys that work as hard as anyone," Kingsbury said. "I think some people will be surprised this year."

Defensively the Red Raiders will lean on Pete Robertson - who finished last season with 12 sacks - Branden Jackson, Micah Awe and a young, but promising secondary.


Robertson finished with 12 sacks in 2014.

Prized defensive tackle recruit Breiden Fehoko will start his career with already-high expectations. The former four-star recruit could have gone virtually anywhere in the country, but signed with the Red Raiders mainly because of family ties.

"Breiden will be big for us," Kingsbury said. "He was an early graduate that went through spring ball with us and we're talking about a guy that was one of the strongest guys on our roster the day he stepped on campus."

After Arkansas, Texas Tech hosts UTEP before starting Big 12 play at home against No. 2 TCU Sept. 12.
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09:14 PM - August 5, 2015. Written by TTU38Alum
2015 NCAA Football Pre-Season Top 25


RK TEAM REC PTS
1 Ohio State 0-0 1496
2 TCU 0-0 1420
3 Alabama 0-0 1347
4 Baylor 0-0 1275
5 Oregon 0-0 1205
6 Michigan State 0-0 1138
7 USC 0-0 1072
8 Florida State 0-0 1008
9 Auburn 0-0 945
10 Georgia 0-0 885
11 UCLA 0-0 827
12 Ole Miss 0-0 770
13 Notre Dame 0-0 715
14 LSU 0-0 663
15 Clemson 0-0 612
16 Arizona State 0-0 563
17 Georgia Tech 0-0 515
18 Wisconsin 0-0 470
19 Missouri 0-0 427
20 Arkansas 0-0 385
21 Mississippi State 0-0 345
22 Oklahoma 0-0 307
23 Boise State 0-0 271
24 Tennessee 0-0 237
25 Stanford 0-0 205

Others receiving votes: Arizona 175, Miami 146, Louisville 120, Texas 95, Oregon State 72, Florida 51, Michigan 32, Nebraska 15

- Highlighted denotes Texas Tech opponent.
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