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Sunday, September 18, 2016
01:56 PM - September 18, 2016. Written by TTU38Alum
TUSCON - T.J. McConnell scored 15 points and dished out five assists to lead Arizona to a 71-60 win over California.

Stanley Johnson also dropped 15 points and grabbed six rebounds for the Wildcats, while Gabe York added 13 points and six more boards.


McConnell led the charge for Arizona with 15 points.

Jordan Mathews led Cal with 19 points and five rebounds and Ivan Rabb added 14 more to go with seven boards.

The Golden Bears hung around the first half as the two teams took a 28-28 tie into the locker room, but after the break Arizona blew the roof off the arena and slowly pulled away.

Arizona out-rebounded Cal 45 to 28 and played a more physical game. Between the 7-minute mark and the 3-minute mark, Cal pulled within two points twice but couldn't close the gap.

As the Golden Bears (9-7, 2-2 in Pac-12) were forced the foul, the Wildcats (8-5, 3-1) were able to extend their lead into double figures for the win.


California Golden Bears at Arizona Wildcats
Jan 9, 20171ST2NDSCORE
California (9-7 (2-2))283260
Arizona (8-5 (3-1))284371
California Golden Bears
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
C. Moore200-70-60-0220000
J. Mathews196-134-93-35201119
J. Bird183-112-82-21102110
I. Rabb165-70-04-57121214
K. Rooks201-60-02-2610004
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
R. Davis91-31-20-0210023
B. Chauca82-51-32-3101007
S. Singer40-10-00-0100010
K. Okoroh111-50-01-1310103
R. Moute a Bidias40-00-00-0000100
TEAM TOTALS19-588-2814-1628936760
Arizona Wildcats
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
T. McConnell225-150-65-71520115
G. York224-141-54-56110113
S. Johnson205-171-64-56301115
B. Ashley140-30-00-0421000
K. Tarczewski141-30-04-41200206
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
C. Victor142-71-32-2910107
D. Ristic70-00-00-0401300
K. Allen45-61-10-01000011
M. Kercheck40-00-02-2201002
P. Cartwright90-10-02-2040012
TEAM TOTALS22-664-2123-27451667471
Dynasty: TTU38Alum
01:16 AM - September 18, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Week Four Scoreboard
Thursday's Games
Dolphins 13, Bengals 31
Sunday's Games
Colts 17, Jaguars 34
Bills 14, Patriots 34
Titans 26, Texans 7
Lions 15, Bears 20
Panthers 26, Falcons 16
Seahawks 23, Jets 9
Raiders 14, Ravens 19
Broncos 13, Buccaneers 9
Rams 20, Cardinals 23
Cowboys 10, 49ers 24
Saints 20, Chargers 38
Chiefs 14, Steelers 20
Monday's Games
Giants 20, Vikings 17 (OT)
BYE WEEKS: Eagles, Packers


Injury Report
PosPlayerInjury Note
LTCIN Andrew WhitworthFractured Elbow (IR)
LGIND Jack MewhortPartial ACL Tear (7 Weeks)
CCHI Hroniss GrasuBroken Forearm (6 Weeks)
RGNE Jonathan CooperBroken Hand (10 Weeks)
RTJAX Patrick OmamehTorn Bicep (7 Weeks)
DEKC Jaye HowardTorn Bicep (11 Weeks)
OLBCHI Lamarr HoustonTorn Pectoral Muscle (IR)
MLBPHI Stephen TullochPartial PCL Tear (3 Weeks)
CBSEA Tharold SimonFractured Kneecap (IR)


NFL Standings - Updated: Week Four
NFC EASTWLTPFPA
New York Giants4010883
Dallas Cowboys228583
Washington Redskins229997
Philadelphia Eagles127961
NFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Chicago Bears316868
Minnesota Vikings228781
Detroit Lions229486
Green Bay Packers125976
NFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Carolina Panthers4011565
New Orleans Saints1391106
Atlanta Falcons1384106
Tampa Bay Buccaneers1376105
NFC WESTWLTPFPA
Seattle Seahawks3110971
Arizona Cardinals319669
San Francisco 49ers228485
Los Angeles Rams0494129
AFC EASTWLTPFPA
New England Patriots4013249
New York Jets227781
Buffalo Bills1356100
Miami Dolphins1373116
AFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers3110282
Cleveland Browns2297133
Baltimore Ravens1378101
Cincinnati Bengals138695
AFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Jacksonville Jaguars4011172
Tennessee Titans226357
Indianapolis Colts1386107
Houston Texans134684
AFC WESTWLTPFPA
San Diego Chargers31132101
Denver Broncos225561
Oakland Raiders228180
Kansas City Chiefs138194


AFC Players of the Week
CIN QB Andy Dalton- 27/43, 331 yards, 3 TD
DEN CB Chris Harris Jr- 5 tack, sack, INT

NFC Players of the Week
CAR QB Cam Newton- 20/34, 358 yards, 2 TD
SF CB Jimmie Ward- 6 tack, sack, 2 INT
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
Saturday, September 17, 2016
11:40 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
--Redskins Fourth Quarter Comeback Stuns Browns

Like last week, Brown's quarterback Robert Griffin III faded in the fourth quarter. This time, however, the Browns were not able to come back.

Griffin threw three interceptions on the day and the Redskins scored 22 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to come back and beat Cleveland 32-22. Kirk Cousins threw for 239 yards and two touchdowns to lead the offense. Receiver DeSean Jackson caught five passes for 93 yards. Pierre Garcon hauled in a 52 yard touchdown pass as well.

The Browns were able to stifle runningback Matt Jones. Jones was held to 65 yards on 21 carries. The defense also picked off Cousins twice and Christian Kirksey returned one of those for a touchdown in the third quarter to take a twelve point lead.

However, it was the Redskins defense that came up big this week. They sacked Griffin six times and picked off three passes. However, it was Cousins that came through in the clutch. Down 22-17, Cousins delivered a two yard strike to Jones for a touchdown with 1:14 left. Griffin threw an interception on the next drive that was returned for a touchdown by safety Duke Ihenacho. After starting the season with three touchdowns and no interceptions in the first two games, Griffin has thrown only one touchdown and eight interceptions through the past two games.

Cleveland Browns at Washington Redskins
Week Four1ST2ND3RD4THOTSCORE
Cleveland Browns (2-1)09130--22
Washington Redskins (1-2)73022--32
Team Stats Comparison
CLEWAS
Total Offense194322
Rushing Yards6691
Passing Yards128231
First Downs1316
Punt Return Yards408
Kick Return Yards1080
Total Yards342330
Turnovers43
3rd Down Converstion6-144-11
4th Down Conversion0-11-2
2-Point Conversion0-11-1
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/22/1
Penalties0-01-15
Posession Time23:0220:58
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGCLEWAS
6:03(WAS) P. Garcon 52 yard pass from K. Cousins (XP Good)07
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGCLEWAS
10:56(CLE) P. Murray 33 yd FG37
5:36(CLE) P. Murray 41 yd FG67
1:53(CLE) P. Murray 32 yd FG97
0:41(WAS) D. Hopkins 23 yd FG910
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGCLEWAS
5:28(CLE) R. Griffin III, 3 yd run (2 Pt Failed)1510
5:20(CLE) C. Kirksey, returned interception 22 yds (XP Good)2210
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGCLEWAS
10:23(WAS) J. Felton, 3 yd run (XP Good)2217
1:14(WAS) M. Jones 2 yd pass from K. Cousins (2 Pt Good)2225
0:54(WAS) D. Ihenacho, returned interception 29 yards (XP Good)2232
Cleveland Browns
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
QB R. Griffin III10/291563
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB D. Johnson Jr16362.2
QB R. Griffin III5255.01
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
HB D. Johnson Jr33511.6
TE G. Barnidge23819.0
WR T. Pryor Sr23618.0
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
ILB D. Davis7
DE J. Hughes III31
ILB C. Kirksey311
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K P. Murray3/31/11041
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P M. Palardy314147.0
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR A. Hawkins510821.6
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR A. Hawkins24020.0
Washington Redskins
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
QB K. Cousins15/2723922
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB M. Jones21653.0
HB C. Thompson6244.0
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
WR D. Jackson59318.6
WR P. Garcon36822.61
WR J. Doctson24120.5
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
ILB W. Compton82
OLB R. Kerrigan52
S D. Ihenacho611
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K D. Hopkins1/13/3623
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P T. Way421854.5
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
N/A
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR D. Jackson188.0
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
09:32 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Matchup Preview *|* Week Four
@
Cleveland Browns
(2-1, 1-1 Away)
Washington Redskins
(1-2, 1-1 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
1,530 (10th)Total Yards1,624 (3rd)
757 (31st)Total Offensive Yards1,190 (2nd)
336 (32nd)Passing Yards914 (1st)
421 (4th)Rushing Yards276 (19th)
25.0 (11th)Points Per Game22.3 (19th)
Defensive Stats Comparison
1,247 (31st)Total Yards Allowed1,037 (24th)
786 (27th)Passing Yards Allowed645 (14th)
461 (31st)Rushing Yards Allowed392 (28th)
101 (31st)Points Allowed75 (23rd)
Injury Report
CB Tramon Williams (Partial MCL Tear)
10 Weeks
ILB Mason Foster (Torn Shoulder Labrum)
2 Weeks

WR Rashad Ross (Fractured Foot)
8 Weeks

OLB Junior Galette (Fractured Foot)
11 Weeks
Game Notes
RGIII and Kirk Cousins will go head to head this Sunday when the Browns take on the Redskins. The Redskins originally selected RGIII 2nd overall after sending a plethora of picks to the Rams after the Colts took Andrew Luck. After becoming offensive rookie of the year and taking the Redskins to the playoffs, Griffin hurt his knee against the Seahawks and never regained his magic. After a few disappointing seasons in Washington, the Redskins let RGIII go in favor of Cousins who played more consistently, guiding the Redskins to the postseason last year.


Last week, the Browns overcame five interceptions by RGIII as backup Josh McCown came off the bench to guide the offense on the winning drive, beating the Dolphins 24-23. Coach Hue Jackson stated that even though Griffin was benched he will start this Sunday.


The Redskins are coming off of a divisional loss to the Giants last week. Cousins performed well going 32/43 for 405 yards and a touchdown. However, the Redskins had to settle for a lot of fieldgoals down the stretch that ultimately hurt them. DeSean Jackson racked up 267 yards on 14 receptions but was not able to find the endzone. Having the second ranked passing offense in the league, the Redskins should have no trouble throwing on Cleveland's depleted secondary.
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
09:10 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Browns sign CB to Bolster Secondary; Cut HB Winston


--The Browns announced today that they have come to terms with cornerback K'waun Williams. Williams, a third year pro out of Pittburgh was originally an undrafted free agent out of Pittsburgh. He was originally signed by the Browns but cut in the offseason after violating team rules. He was signed by the Bears but his contract was voided after failing a team physical.

Coach Hue Jackson said that Williams will start this Sunday against the Redskins. With Tramon Williams out for ten weeks with a partial MCL tear, this was an expected move. Williams knows the defense and has had success in his tenure with the Browns.

To make room for Williams, the Browns cut HB Glenn Winston. Winston was fourth on the depth chart at HB and has not played a snap thus far this season.
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
08:52 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by Reiny09
Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues
Oct 13, 2016123F
MIN (1-0-0)2024
STL (1-1-0)1001
Three Stars
D. Dubnyk, G
1.00 GAA, 18 Saves, .947 Save %
R. Suter, D
1 Goal
E. Staal, LW
1 Goal, 1 Hit
Team Stats Comparison
MINSTL
Shots on Goal2319
Hits1119
Faceoffs Won-Lost2817
Penalty Minutes12:0010:00
Power Plays Converted01
Power Play Opportunities56
Time on Attack5:565:03
Scoring Summary
FIRST PERIOD
MIN2:11 E. Staal (1) (Unassisted)
MIN7:20 R. Suter (1) (J. Pominville, J. Brodin)
STL16:23 V. Tarasenko (2) (A. Pietrangelo, A. Steen)
THIRD PERIOD
MIN0:32 N. Niederreiter (1) (M. Koivu, Z. Parise)
MIN19:01 C. Coyle (1) (M. Dumba, V. Bartley)
Minnesota Wild - Goalies
GOALIESSHOTSSAVESSV %GAA
D. Dubnyk191895%1.00
Minnesota Wild - Skaters
SKATERSTOIGA+/-SOGPIM
V. Bartley16:0711
J. Brodin21:0712
C. Coyle14:01113
M. Dumba26:16121
J. Fontaine7:19
M. Granlund16:134
E. Haula11:162
M. Koivu22:01122:00
N. Niederreiter16:03112
Z. Parise15:101312:00
J. Pominville17:3811
M. Scandella19:2612:00
J. Schroeder7:021
J. Spurgeon16:501
E. Staal15:411132:00
C. Stewart10:1211
R. Suter20:261312:00
J. Zucker16:0212
St. Louis Blues - Goalies
GOALIESSHOTSSAVESSV %GAA
C. Hutton231983%4.00
St. Louis Blues - Skaters
SKATERSTOIGA+/-SOGPIM
P. Berglund7:082
R. Bortuzzo13:26-1
J. Bouwmeester23:53-22:00
K. Brodziak12:24
R. Fabbri17:25-222:00
L. Ferraro14:222
C. Gunnarsson16:17-11
J. Lehtera17:31-242:00
C. Parayko20:22-1
D. Perron12:31
A. Pietrangelo19:321-12
R. Reaves8:06
J. Schwartz18:42-21
K. Shattenkirk26:42-2
P. Stastny16:40-22
A. Steen15:121-222:00
V. Tarasenko18:131-212:00
S. Upshall11:37
Dynasty: Reiny09
07:45 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by TTU38Alum
Don Joe
TheBearsDen.com


On Monday morning, The University of Missouri announced the hiring of California offensive coordinator Jake Spavital as its new head coach.


The hire is a homecoming of sorts for Spavital, 31, who played quarterback for Missouri State before starting his coaching career. Spavital coached the Golden Bears for just one season after coaching stints at Texas A&M, West Virginia, Oklahoma State, Houston and Tulsa.

"Jake is one of the best offensive minds in college football," Cal coach Sonny ****s said. "It was just a matter of time before a school chose him as their guy and Missouri got a good one.

"Schools want to hire successful people to run their programs and with the success we've had this year, which Jake was a big part of, we knew he was a guy that schools would go after."
Dynasty: TTU38Alum
07:22 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by TTU38Alum
2016-17 Final AP Standings


1. Ohio State (14-0)
2. Cal (13-1)
3. Oklahoma (12-1)
4. Southern Miss (13-1)
5. Clemson (12-2)
6. Tennessee (10-3)
7. Alabama (10-3)
8. Michigan (10-3)
9. Florida State (10-3)
10. Virginia Tech (9-4)
11. Louisville (10-3)
12. Houston (10-3)
13. Western Kentucky (11-2)
14. Georgia (10-4)
15. Miami (11-3)
16. Utah (9-4)
17. Nebraska (9-4)
18. Auburn (10-3)
19. Cincinnati (12-2)
20. Michigan State (9-4)
21. Notre Dame (9-4)
22. LSU (10-4)
23. Air Force (9-4)
24. Georgia Tech (9-4)
25. Mississippi State (8-5)
Dynasty: TTU38Alum
St. Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals
Oct 2, 20161ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
St. Louis Rams (1-3-0)073313
Arizona Cardinals (2-2-0)3100720
Team Stats Comparison
STLARI
Total Offense279347
Rushing Yards48143
Passing Yards231204
First Downs169
Punt Return Yards5524
Kick Return Yards14273
Total Yards476444
Turnovers22
3rd Down Converstion6-165-15
4th Down Conversion0-10-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3-1-14-1-2
Penalties7-553-40
Posession Time32:5027:10
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGSTLARI
0:08(ARI) C. Catanzaro 33 yd FG03
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGSTLARI
10:10(ARI) A. Ellington 63 yd run (C. Catanzaro kick)010
3:48(STL) L. Kendricks 6 yd pass from J. Goff (G. Zuerlein kick)710
0:48(ARI) C. Catanzaro 30 yd FG713
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGSTLARI
3:25(STL) G. Zuerlein 54 yd FG1013
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGSTLARI
14:18(ARI) N. Whitlock 1 yd pass from C. Palmer (C. Catanzaro kick)1020
7:31(STL) G. Zuerlein 37 yd FG1320
St. Louis Rams
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Jared Goff29/3927910
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Todd Gurley II19552.80
Tre Mason122.00
Jared Goff1-9-9.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Lance Kendricks9899.81
Tavon Austin4369.00
Kenny Britt44611.50
Riley Cooper393.00
Brian Quick22110.50
Tyler Higbee2136.50
Tre Mason24422.00
Todd Gurley II2189.00
Cory Harkey133.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Team1
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Greg Zuerlein2/41/1754
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Johnny Hekker527254.40
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Tavon Austin514228.40
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Tavon Austin35518.30
Arizona Cardinals
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Carson Palmer21/2920810
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Andre Ellington261395.31
David Johnson252.50
Carson Palmer1-1-1.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Larry Fitzgerald67712.80
Jermaine Gresham4205.00
Andre Ellington3134.30
Michael Floyd33511.60
Jaron Brown36020.00
Rico Richardson122.00
Nikita Whitlock111.01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Team7
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Chandler Catanzaro2/22/2834
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Drew Butler628848.00
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Tyrann Mathieu25025.00
Patrick Peterson12323.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Patrick Peterson22412.00
Dynasty: sonsart2
05:33 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB

--No QB Controversy in Cleveland; Griffin III to Start

Coach Hue Jackson downplayed any rumor to a QB controversy in Cleveland. "Let me be clear. Robert Griffin III will be the starter this Sunday against the Washington Redskins", Jackson said to the media today. RGIII had a terrible game against the Dolphins, throwing five interceptions and nearly costing the Browns the game. Before last Sunday, RGIII had been fairly efficient with the ball, throwing for three touchdowns and no interceptions.

He was benched in the fourth quarter and backup Josh McCown led the Browns on the game winning drive, not throwing one incomplete pass along the way. After the game, McCown came to the defense of RGIII.

"Sure, I would love the starting job. But my first priority is helping the team be successful in any way that I can. If that means coming off the bench and being inserted into the offense, so be it."

RGIII starting means that we will be having an interesting game Sunday. It will be the former starter of the Redskins in RGIII going up against Kirk Cousins, the guy who supplanted him as the starter. Washington traded a plethora of picks to the Rams in order to draft RGIII. It didn't turn out so well for the former offensive rookie of the year. After a couple of seasons he was benched and watched from the sideline as Cousins guided the Redskins back into the postseason last year.
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
05:01 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Week Three Scoreboard
Thursday's Games
Texans 3, Patriots 24
Sunday's Games
Ravens 10, Jaguars 27
Redskins 22, Giants 27
Lions 26, Packers 31
Vikings 21, Panthers 41
Broncos 20, Bengals 6
Cardinals 30, Bills 13
Raiders 6, Titans 17
Rams 27, Buccaneers 38
49ers 14, Seahawks 31
Steelers 27, Eagles 17
Jets 17, Chiefs 20
Chargers 34, Colts 20
Bears 7, Cowboys 24
Monday's Games
Falcons 10, Saints 30


Injury Report
PosPlayerInjury Note
HBIND Frank GoreCompound Fracture (IR)
WRGB Randall CobbTorn Tricep (IR)
CIND Ryan KellyBroken Forearm (9 Weeks)
DESTL William HayesFractured Elbow (IR)
OLBMIN Anthony BarrComplete ACL Tear (IR)
OLBATL Vic Beasley JrCompound Fracture (IR)
CBCLE Tramon WilliamsPartial MCL Tear (10 Weeks)
QBCIN A.J. McCarronBroken Wrist (9 Weeks)
WRHOU DeAndre HopkinsFractured Toe (5 Weeks)
TENE Rob GronkowskiPartial MCL Tear (4 Weeks)


NFL Standings - Updated: Week Three
NFC EASTWLTPFPA
New York Giants308866
Dallas Cowboys217559
Washington Redskins126775
Philadelphia Eagles127961
NFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Minnesota Vikings217061
Chicago Bears214853
Detroit Lions217966
Green Bay Packers125976
NFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Carolina Panthers308949
New Orleans Saints127168
Atlanta Falcons126880
Tampa Bay Buccaneers126792
NFC WESTWLTPFPA
Seattle Seahawks218662
Arizona Cardinals217349
San Francisco 49ers126075
Los Angeles Rams0374106
AFC EASTWLTPFPA
New England Patriots309835
New York Jets216858
Buffalo Bills124266
Miami Dolphins126085
AFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers218268
Cleveland Browns2175101
Baltimore Ravens035987
Cincinnati Bengals035582
AFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Jacksonville Jaguars307755
Tennessee Titans123750
Houston Texans123958
Indianapolis Colts126973
AFC WESTWLTPFPA
San Diego Chargers219481
Oakland Raiders216761
Kansas City Chiefs126774
Denver Broncos124252


AFC Players of the Week
JAX QB Blake Bortles- 14/23, 208 yards, 3 TD
PIT MLB Ryan Shazier- 9 tack, 3 sack, FREC

NFC Players of the Week
CAR HB Jonathan Stewart- 23 att, 159 yards, 3 TD, rec TD
NO DE Cameron Jordan- 9 tack, 3 sack, FREC
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
04:47 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by TTU38Alum
New Mexico Bowl
Utah State (8-5) 0 Washington (8-5) 38

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Toledo (9-5) 31 San Jose State (6-7) 14

Poinsettia Bowl
Navy (9-5) 10 Boise State (9-5) 21

Beef O'Brady's Bowl

UTEP (7-6) 20 Arkansas (7-6) 27

New Orleans Bowl
Florida Atlantic (8-5) 35 Louisiana-Lafayette (8-5) 27

Las Vegas Bowl
Oregon (8-5) 31 Colorado State (7-6) 21

Hawai'i Bowl
Rice (9-5) 30 San Diego State (8-6) 7

Little Caesars Pizza Bowl
No. 21 Notre Dame (9-4) 37 Western Michigan (7-6) 20

Military Bowl
Ball State (9-4) 35 Troy (7-6) 28

Holiday Bowl
Kansas State (8-5) 24 USC (8-5) 21

Belk Bowl

Duke (9-4) 31 UCF (6-7) 14

AdvoCare V100 Bowl
Tulane (8-5) 7 No. 10 Virginia Tech (9-4) 20

Russell Athletic Bowl

No. 19 Cincinnati (12-2) 21 No. 24 Georgia Tech (9-4) 14

Meineke Car Care Bowl
Iowa (8-5) 33 Iowa State (6-7) 20

Armed Forces Bowl
Marshall (9-4) 38 Fresno State (6-7) 31

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl
No. 12 Houston (10-3) 34 Arizona State (6-7) 10

Alamo Bowl
Baylor (9-4) 7 No. 16 Utah (9-4) 19

Buffalo Wild Wings
West Virginia (8-5) 17 Minnesota (8-5) 20

Music City Bowl
Ole Miss (7-6) 20 North Carolina (7-6) 19

Sun Bowl

UCLA (9-5) 14 No. 11 Louisville (10-3) 17

AutoZone Liberty Bowl
Florida (6-7) 17 No. 13 Western Kentucky (11-2) 23

Chick-fil-A Bowl
No. 25 Mississippi State (8-5) 28 No. 15 Miami (11-3) 14

Heart of Dallas Bowl
New Mexico (7-6) 17 Indiana (7-6) 34

Gator Bowl
Kentucky (7-6) 17 No. 20 Michigan State (9-4) 24

Capital One Bowl
No. 7 Alabama (10-3) 27 Illinois (9-5) 14

Outback Bowl
No. 22 LSU (10-4) 10 No. 17 Nebraska (9-4) 29

Rose Bowl
No. 6 Tennessee (10-3) 23 No. 2 California (13-1) 24

Fiesta Bowl

No. 3 Oklahoma (12-1) 42 No. 23 Air Force (9-4) 30

Allstate Sugar Bowl
No. 14 Georgia (10-4) 24 No. 8 Michigan (10-3) 27

Orange Bowl
No. 9 Florida State (10-3) 24 No. 4 Southern Miss (13-1) 27

AT&T Cotton Bowl
No. 18 Auburn (10-3) 24 Texas (7-6) 17

BBVA Compass Bowl
Stanford (7-6) 31 Memphis (6-7) 28

GoDaddy.com Bowl
Bowling Green (11-3) 35 Arkansas State (8-5) 38

BCS National Championship
No. 5 Clemson (12-2) 30 No. 1 Ohio State (14-0) 35

** - Rankings are based on post-game, end-of-season, Final AP standings.
Dynasty: TTU38Alum
04:39 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by TTU38Alum
BERKELEY - Jordan Mathews scored 20 points and hit on six of seven three-point attempts to lead California to a 69-64 win over Washington.

Jabari Bird added 10 points and Kenneth Okoroh came off the bench to add 14 for the Golden Bears. Ivan Rabb grabbed 11 rebounds and scored nine points as well.


Jordan Mathews connected on 6 of 7 three-point attempts.

Andrew Andrews led the Huskies with 14 points and Darin Johnson and Giles Dierickx each added 10 more for Washington.

Washington (9-4, 2-1) took a 31-27 lead into halftime, but Cal (9-7, 2-1) had the stronger second half, outscoring the Huskies 42-33 after the break to knock them off and improve to 2-1 in Pac-12 play.

California Golden Bears at Washington Huskies
Jan 5, 20171ST2NDSCORE
California (9-7 (2-1))313364
Washington (9-4 (2-1))274269
Washington Huskies
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
N. Williams-Goss224-171-90-2051029
A. Andrews206-121-31-11300014
M. Anderson222-191-41-2912006
R. Upshaw183-30-02-31003218
S. Kemp Jr.132-20-00-0213004
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
D. Johnson84-82-40-01100010
Q. Winters60-20-00-0200000
J. Jarreau111-30-01-2102103
G. Dierickx84-40-02-33000010
D. Dorsey20-00-00-0000100
TEAM TOTALS26-705-207-132911114364
California Golden Bears
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
C. Moore201-30-22-2211004
J. Mathews186-116-72-44300120
J. Bird204-112-90-03101410
I. Rabb192-70-05-51120009
K. Rooks171-30-02-2950254
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
R. Davis122-51-40-0420105
B. Chauca101-31-20-0230003
K. Okoroh127-80-00-01001214
R. Moute a Bidias20-00-00-0000000
TEAM TOTALS24-5110-2411-133617151269
Dynasty: TTU38Alum
03:57 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by TTU38Alum
EUGENE (OR) - Joseph Young scored 25 points to lead the No. 11 Ducks to an 86-76 win over California.

Elgin Cook added 18 points for Oregon, while Michael Chandler added 13 and Dwayne Benjamin 11.


Young connected on 5-of-6 3-pointers.

Ivan Rabb led Cal with 15 points and six rebounds and Jordan Mathews added 14 for the Golden Bears.

The nationally ranked Ducks (10-2, 2-0) took a 44-37 lead into the locker room at halftime and the Golden Bears (8-7, 1-1) made some effective adjustments but couldn't close the gap in the second half.

California Golden Bears at Oregon Ducks
Jan 2, 20171ST2NDSCORE
California (8-7 (1-1))373976
#11 Oregon (10-2 (2-0))444286
California Golden Bears
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
C. Moore93-93-90-0110009
J. Mathews185-124-90-03201014
J. Bird204-133-90-09200111
I. Rabb207-160-31-26021215
K. Rooks201-30-00-0730102
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
R. Davis134-83-50-03200111
B. Chauca91-11-10-0021023
S. Singer50-10-03-3220003
K. Okoroh114-60-00-0601018
R. Moute a Bidias60-00-00-0010010
Oregon Ducks
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
A. Rorie172-32-30-0341026
J. Young196-165-60-03810225
E. Cook197-182-32-24401018
D. Benjamin233-50-05-58110111
M. Chandler205-70-03-50011013
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
D. Brooks121-21-20-0430003
J. Bell111-50-13-4310015
C. Benson92-41-20-0132025
Dynasty: TTU38Alum
02:53 PM - September 17, 2016. Written by sonsart2
Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears
Oct 2, 20161ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Detroit Lions (0-4-0)073313
Chicago Bears (2-2-0)7109632
Team Stats Comparison
DETCHI
Total Offense252401
Rushing Yards25165
Passing Yards227236
First Downs1414
Punt Return Yards1557
Kick Return Yards5750
Total Yards324508
Turnovers12
3rd Down Converstion4-165-13
4th Down Conversion0-10-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-2
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1-0-11-1-0
Penalties11-854-35
Posession Time30:4729:13
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGDETCHI
2:52(CHI) A. Jeffery 51 yd pass from J. Cutler (R. Gould kick)07
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGDETCHI
14:51(DET) J. Bostic 41 yd interception return (M. Prater kick)77
13:21(CHI) J. Langford 39 yd run (R. Gould kick)714
1:51(CHI) R. Gould 49 yd FG717
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGDETCHI
12:32(CHI) R. Gould 47 yd FG720
9:19(CHI) J. Langford 14 yd pass from J. Cutler (2 pt failed)726
6:27(DET) M. Prater 58 yd FG1026
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGDETCHI
8:08(DET) M. Prater 34 yd FG1326
6:17(CHI) A. Jeffery 51 yd pass from J. Cutler (2 pt failed)1332
Detroit Lions
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Matthew Stafford27/4125101
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Theo Riddick15362.40
Matthew Stafford3-7-2.30
Ameer Abdullah1-3-3.00
Andre Roberts1-1-1.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Corey Fuller77811.10
Eric Ebron6325.30
Theo Riddick6315.10
Jeremy Kerley57515.00
Timothy Wright144.00
Andre Roberts12020.00
Brandon Pettigrew11111.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Team421
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Matt Prater2/21/1759
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Sam Martin838347.80
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Ameer Abdullah24120.50
Theo Riddick11616.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Theo Riddick2157.50
Chicago Bears
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Jay Cutler15/2327132
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Jeremy Langford211255.91
Jacquizz Rodgers10444.40
Jay Cutler2-4-2.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Alshon Jeffery820725.82
Jeremy Langford22010.01
Zach Miller284.00
Eddie Royal22713.50
Marquess Wilson199.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Team31
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Robbie Gould2/22/2850
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Pat O'Donnell419248.00
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Eddie Royal25025.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Eddie Royal35719.00
Dynasty: sonsart2