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Tuesday, March 3, 2015
06:03 PM - March 3, 2015. Written by stiets1118
**Big news this week is top in-state recruit Thurman Greene, a tight end prospect from Unalaska, has closed his recruiting process and signed a letter of intent to play at the University Of Washington. This was confirmed via twitter. ASU coaches were after Greene to come into the program to add another offensive weapon and improve their run blocking also. This comes after another tight end prospect, this one local anchorage student-athlete Aaron Bonds, told his head coach he would only play for a program with a historic tradition, which all but rules out the newly established Alaska State program. He is considering Wisconsin.

**Juneau, Alaska prospect Dwayne Moore, a 1-star FB, has committed to play at ASU, as has 3-star, #98 ranked RB Perry Williams of Mililani Town, Hawaii. Williams is a JUCO player out of Honolulu Junior College, and is listed at 6-1 194lbs, with good hands and speed to take it to the house. Moore is a 5-10 213lb blocking FB.

**You heard it hear first** - #14 ranked Athlete BJ Stewart is taking an official visit to campus this week according to reports. Stewart, a projected RB/DB, would be a huge pick up for this ASU staff.
Dynasty: stiets1118
05:28 PM - March 3, 2015. Written by stiets1118
Offensive Captain: Markell Cooley, 6-4 249lb senior from Ephrata, PA. Cooley, or "Mak-Cool", as he is known around the school, is a 4th year starter at QB. Cooley enters his final year as the record holder in most all QB categories. He has thrown for over 9000 yards, 52 TD, and run for over 2200 yards with 24 TD. Cooley found himself at Alaska State due to the fact he wanted to start right away, but his grades limited his college choices. Coach Tietsworth assured Markell's parents that he would make sure Markell received a diploma. This made the decision easy for Markell and his family, even though they knew seeing Markell play would be difficult from over 4,275 miles away. (Each Wednesday, The Cooley family receives a package in the mail with Alaska State's last game on it, so they can see their son play.) Markell is majoring in Outdoor Leadership, setting him up to hopefully obtain employment in the Forestry Service.

Defensive Captain: Rashaun Morris, 6-3 197lb senior from Mansfield, OH. Morris is one of 5 children, and the first to leave the state of Ohio for college. His 3 brothers and sister all attended the University of Akron. Morris is the first to play football, and he was a stellar PG for his high school team, being named second team all-state twice. Morris brings the smarts and awareness the coaches absolutely love. Morris is like a coach on the field some say, and being named captain was unanimous. Rashaun is a Fish Management major. This is his second year as Defensive Captain.
Dynasty: stiets1118
10:52 AM - March 3, 2015. Written by Roscosuper

Dynasty: Roscosuper
Monday, March 2, 2015
08:03 PM - March 2, 2015. Written by bayers3

1:00PM ET - October 16th, 2016
Lambeau Field - Green Bay, WI

Indianapolis Colts at Green Bay Packers
Oct 16, 20161ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Indianapolis Colts (13-1, 6-0 Away)102101041
Green Bay Packers (10-3-1, 6-1 Home)31401431

Top Performers

Passing : A. Luck (IND) - 401YDS, 3TD
Rushing : S. Ramsey (IND) - 29CAR, 91YDS, 2TD
Receiving : D. Rogers (IND) - 10REC, 166YDS

GREEN BAY - Heavy winds and an early winter cheer did little to lessen the Colts' spirits this week. With Houston's tie in Week 14 the Colts clinched the AFC South and yet another division title. After weeks of soft opponents that seemed to melt in the face of Indianapolis' red hot offense, playing the 10-2-1 Packers would be a real test of their title mettle.

The teams traded long field goals to open the scoring before Andrew Luck extended his own record with a 10 yard TD pass to T.Y Hilton. The swirling winds proved to be an issue all game, and the Packers seemed to know it. Green Bay did it's best to halt the Colts' running game, hoping that the wind would act like a 12th man against the passing game.

Aaron Rodgers tied things up with a 5 yard scramble in the 2nd quarter, but the Colts took over and asserted themselves as usual. Two TD passes, including a 45 yarder to Cecil Shorts III, and a short TD run by Ramsey put Indianapolis up 31-10. Green Bay managed a scoring drive before the end of the half, but they were clearly reeling on defense.

Both head coaches did their homework, with Mike McCarthy getting the slight edge by attempting a 47 yard FG, but neither team put up any points during the 3rd quarter.

Luck continues his run at a third MVP trophy.

Indianapolis tried to rely on the running game to close things out, but the Packers really made it hard to move the ball on the ground. Ramsey did find the endzone early in the 4th, but it was nearly all Green Bay going forward. Rodgers was deadly, but he continued to run the ball which gave the Colts defense problems all game. Two straight drives ended in TD runs, one of them Jonathan Stewart's second of the game, and suddenly the Packers were only down by a TD.

Despite relatively close offensive stats, in the end it was Luck's passing and a clock eating final drive that put this game away. A short FG with less than a minute left put Indianapolis up by 10, and it would finish that way.

With a playoff spot already locked up and two sub .500 teams left, including the league's worst team (Tennessee), a #1 seed is firmly within grasp.
Dynasty: bayers3
Sunday, March 1, 2015
08:20 PM - March 1, 2015. Written by CowboyTAZ1965
I've started a dynasty dividing the nation into 4 tiers. Elite, High, Medium, Low. Each tier is divided into 4 regions. West, Central, North East and South East.The best team in each tier gets promoted a tier within their respected region. The worst team in each tier gets demoted a tier in their respected region. Once a team switches tiers, they must remain in that tier for 3 years. If a team that has switched tiers is finished first or last in the 3 year waiting period, the next eligible team gets the promotion/demotion. The only exception is if a team is ranked in the top 25, they automatically get placed in the elite tier so there is always and elite vs. elite National Championship Game. This allows the possibility for multiple switches in 1 season. Even if the ranked team is in a 3 year lock, the lock becomes broken and the team jumps to the elite tier.

The Elite Conferences are the Pac-12 for the West region. The Big 12 for the Central Region. The SEC for the Southeast region. and The ACC for the North East region. There are 12 teams in each elite tier.

The High Conferences are the MWC for the west region. The BIG 10 for the Central region. The AAC for the Southeast region and the MAC for the northeast region.There are 10 teams in each high tier.

The Mid Conferences are the CUSA and the Sunbelt. They are divided into 2 regions within each conference. In the C-USA, the West region is called CUSA W and the Central region is called CUSA C. In the Sun Belt, the Southeast division is called Sun Belt SE and the Northeast region is called Sun Belt NE. There are 12 teams in each conference.

There is one low conference which is the independents. The teams are classified based on their location but there are no divisions in the independent. There are 14 teams and since only 1 can get promoted, it gets scrappy.

I am beginning my career as the Head Coach of UMASS in the Independents or LOW tier. I am classified in the Northeast division if given promotion. This is going to be one sweet ride.

Pretty easy schedule. Only exceptionally difficult challenge is week 4 at #5 Ohio State. Strength is C-

Pre Season Predictions for Tier Changes Next Year:

Independents: Western Michigan finishes the best in the conference therefore getting promoted to Low division. They are in the Northeast so the team I'm picking to lose and trade spots with them is Kent State in the Sun Belt NorthEast division. I think Marshall will win the Sun Belt and trade spots with Connecticut who will lose the MAC.I think Colorado State will win the CUSA and trade spots with Hawaii who will lose the MWC.

In the High tier there are multiple teams promoted. In the Southeast I have Virginia swapping with Virginia Tech. In the Northeast I have Indiana swapping spots with Purdue. In the Central I have TCU swapping spots with Oklahoma State. Finally in the West division I have Oregon State swapping spots with Washington. Lets see just how much I know college football later down the road
Dynasty: CowboyTAZ1965
06:02 PM - March 1, 2015. Written by Fridge Combat
Bolts Insider

4:00PM - Aug 24, 2014
Levi Stadium,
Santa Clara, CAL

Remember, full video coverage is available here!


Unfortunately stats for the last 2 preseason games were not tracked, however, stats for both sides will be recorded during the regular season to make up for this error!

Player of the Game: RB Carlos Hyde- 19CAR/60YDS - 2TDs

After coming off a dismantling to the Seahawks in Seattle, the Chargers travelled down to Levi Stadium on a perfect day for football. Looking to regain some pride, the Bolts needed some sort of momentum in this game.

After winning the toss, QB Kellen Clemens came firing on all cylinders, moving the ball methodically down the field, including a tough 3rd & 12 completion to WR Keenan Allen. While the Chargers did fail to move the ball on the ground, and Clemens looked inconsistent at times, the drive was capped off by a beautiful ball into the left corner to WR Dontrell Inman for a 28yd TD.
This would be Inman first catch this season, and the first scoring drive for the Bolts also.

A couple of firsts both for Dontrell Inman and this Chargers offense.

The 49ers looked to answer back, and moved the ball effectively on the back of RB Frank Gore, in the rushing and passing games. But good pressure by the Chargers led to a 49ers 3 and out on their opponents 49yd line.
Unfortunately, the Chargers were unable to capitalise, after a sack from OLB Aldon Smith led to 4th & 17.

The 49ers wasted no time leaning on Frank Gore again, as on 3 & 3 he finds room to the left hand side and, assisted by some terrible angles from the Chargers D, races up the sideline for a 53yd TD.

Clemens, as before, looked inconsistent but managed to lead his team down into the 49ers half before the 2nd Qtr. Kolb, however, could not get the ball in the endzone, so the visitors settled for a 23yd FG.
10-7 Chargers.

Newly acquired, former first-round pick QB Blaine Gabbert stepped onto the field to take his turn with the offense. His drive soon ended with a great INT by CB Steve Williams.
But the Chargers would have to settle for another FG, after a sack by rookie MLB Chris Borland in the Redzone.

Undettered, Gabbert looked to overcome his mistake, finding backup TE Vance McDonald, who spins between 2 defenders, leading to a 37yd TD.
14-13 San Fran.
But the 49ers celebrations would be short lived, as rookie WR Tevin Reese takes the kick up the left sideline, using some great blocking, and takes it to house for 104yds!

With just over 1 minute left in the half, Gabbert finds a wide-open Carlos Hyde on the right hash mark. As we've seen before, some terrible tackling attempts by the Chargers results in Hyde running un-touched 53yds for a TD.

Unable to answer back, the Chargers punt the ball with 24secs left, but the 49ers miss the 44yd FG. The Chargers had only 22 rushing yds in the half.
21-20 49ers.

With the 49ers receiving the ball, they don't get far before a sack by DE Corey Liuget forces the 49ers to punt.
Kolb looked strong on his first possesion the 2nd half, able to evade the pressure and deliver mostly accurate passes to his targets. The drive stalled at the 49ers 24yd line however, after a completely missed assignment saw Kolb sacked for an 8yd loss by DE J. Ward. Unable to convert on 3rd & 18 they were forced to punt.

The Chargers defense looked hit and miss in the 49ers possesion, clamping down on the run game, but unable to stop those important 3rd down conversions. The drive chewed up nearly of the 7 mins remaining in the half, including a sack by SD DE Damik Scafe and a 1st conversion by LT Joe Staley! Ultimately the drive would end with a 3yd rushing TD by Carlos Hyde.
28-20 49ers.

The first possesion of the 4th Qtr started poorly, with Kolb throwing a pick to FS Antoine Bethea. Ultimately the 49ers would miss a 47yd FG attempt.
The Chargers once again managed to move the ball down the field, with some great play by RB Brandon Oliver, resulting in a 9yd TD to WR Tevin Reese, the rookie out of Baylor. Unfortunately, a miscommunication to RB Ryan Mathews meant the 2-point conversion was incomplete.
28-26 49ers.

San Fran moved down the field past the 2 minute warning and, of course, a wide open left field and shoddy tackling angles led to a 34yd scamper by Carlos Hyde for a TD. His 2nd of the day. And with that, putting the game out of reach.
35-26 49ers.

Despite a spirited effort by Kolb, even with the game out of reach an 8yd sack led to a 4th & 18 that was incomplete. The 49ers were able to kneel the ball and call the game there.

Final Score: SD-26 SF-35

Another tough loss on the road is a bitter pill to swallow for this young team. Though it is preseason, you have to wonder how this will affect the player's confidence. Despite this, there are a lot of positives to be taken from this performance:
The final score doesn't quite do justice to just how close this game was.
The Chargers managed to put up their first score on their opening drive, a first thus far.
Not only that, the 1st string offense and defense were able to hang with this elite 49ers team. A great sign going forward.
The emergence of rookie WR Tevin Reese.
And if it weren't for some poor/missed tackles this game could have easily swung the other way.

Offensive Game ball: WR - Tevin Reese; Brought in primarily to return kicks, the rookie showed he was more than capable of playing at the receiver position.
Finishing the game with 4 catches for 50yds and a TD, including a 104yd KR for a TD. Way to make a statement in your first game!

Reese showing he's more than just a kick-returner

Defensive Game ball: MLB- M. Te'o; The 49ers could have doubled their yds on the ground if not for Manti. He was all over the running backs, playing very instinctively with a great nose for the ball. Though we don't have the stats we estimate 6+ tackles with at least 3TFL. He may not quite suit what the Chargers are looking for, but you can't teach instincts, and that's huge!

The Bolts Insider is an independent news-letter, created by a long-time, avid Charger fan, dedicated to bringing you all the top news and results as they happen!

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Dynasty: Fridge Combat
02:36 PM - March 1, 2015. Written by bkrich83
Running a MYGM with the Heat, randomly selected them as my team. Made some trades, nothing crazy, and I only use the trade finder to make deals. Off to a decent start, I am also starting to rest Wade on the back end of back to back games.

Current team status is here:

Link to full size Overview

Current Lineup

PG: Andre Miller 6.9 PPG, 2.8 RPG, 6.0 APG
SG: Dwayne Wade 24.0 PPG, 4.2 RPG, 5.6 APG (.527 FG%, .424 3P%)
SF: Luol Deng 13.9 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 2.1 APG
PF: Chris Bosh 18.1 PPG, 8.8 RPG, 1.1 BPG (.385 3P%)
C: Hassan Whiteside 6.7 PPG, 7.7 RPG, 1.7 BPG (.542 FG%)

Bench Contributors
F/C Udonis Haslem 4.0 PPG, 5.2 RPG
G JJ Reddick 11.8 PPG, 3.4 APG (.372 3P%)
C Chris Anderson 4.7 PPG, 6.0 RPG
G Shabazz Napier 8.9 PPG, 3.7 APG (.506 FG%, .390 3P%)
F Shawne Williams 8.7 PPG, 4.3 RPG (.519 FG%, .389 3P%)

Last 5 Games
vs. Bos L 91-87
vs. Was L 104-97
vs. Utah W 114-90
@ NJ L 91-78
vs. Chicago L 131-86

Next 5 Games
vs. Phil. (9-17)
vs. Clev. (18-8)
vs. Mem. (12-16)
vs. Orl. (11-19)
@ Ind. (12-16)
Dynasty: bkrich83
Friday, February 27, 2015
03:31 PM - February 27, 2015. Written by Braves1980
Atlanta Braves 2014 Schedule
Feb 26vs Detroit Tigers Won, 12-2
Feb 27at Detroit TigersWon, 2-1
Feb 28vs Houston Astros
Mar 1at Washington Nationals
Dynasty: Braves1980
02:41 PM - February 27, 2015. Written by Roscosuper

Dynasty: Roscosuper
02:36 PM - February 27, 2015. Written by Roscosuper

Dynasty: Roscosuper
Thursday, February 26, 2015
10:32 PM - February 26, 2015. Written by Fridge Combat
Bolts Insider

With the end of the pre-season looming, a lot of releases are taking place, a lot of veterans looking for jobs. However, one team's loss is one team's gain.


SD - T. Reese WR - 520K - Formerly released by the Chargers, the 7th Rnd pick gives the Bolts a legitimate kick returner and a speedster. Not a great receiving option however.

SD - A. Blake CB - 640K - Blake was an undrafted free agent for the Jaguars. Possessing excellent physical talents, but lacking tangible skills, he is definitely a project player for the future.

TB - M. Floyd WR - 2.83M - The big man has gone to join 2 other big men in Tampa Bay. With 3 starting receivers now over 6' 5", (and every receiver over 6'), it seems that Glennon can now just throw the ball up and hope for the best in a pinch.

TB - R. Bironas K - 2.27M - The first team all-pro kicker joins a team which, initially, could see him getting a lot of work! However, with the signing of Malcolm Floyd, he may see more Extra Point work than expected.

HOU - L. McClain FB - 850K - The versatile Fullback joins a loaded back field which will see his blocking come into focus. Don't be surprised though if McClain makes contributions in the passing game too!


NE - S. Vereen HB = DET 3 Rnd Pick - It seems the Lions are happy to just load their team with talented players. Vereen will join Reggie Bush in the backfield to create a versatile duo. Not to mention Joique Bell also! However, with very similar skill sets, one has to wonder if it would have been worth saving the pick and going with a smash and dash combo in Bush and Bell. Either way, a 3rd is great value for this explosive and instinctive play-maker.

The Lions are now loaded on offense with this trade.


CIN - T. Newman CB -Another experienced corner hits the free agent market. Newman still has a lot to give, but will struggle to find a team at his advanced age.
Possible Landing Spots: N/A

TB - A. Clayborn DE - There is still a lot of potential in the ex-Hawkeye DE, but a string of unfortunate injuries has proved too much for the Bucs. At only 26, if a team will give him a chance he could amount to big things, if he can stay on the field.
Possible Landing Spots: DET/ SEA/ CHI/ NYG

ARI - L. Foote MLB - The 32yr old ex-Steeler didn't make the grade for the Cardinals behind two young and talented LBs. There may be suitors out their for Foote, but it will be hard to find.
Possible Landing Spots: TB/ MIN

SF - D. Bishop MLB - Unfortunately, with an embarrassment of riches at MLB, it was clear the 30yr old out of Cal would be the one to get the axe. But sitting at the 30 mark there is definitely potential to see him land at team with a need.
Possible Landing Spots: DEN/ TB/ IND/ ATL/ MIN

NYJ - J. Babin OLB - Throughout his journey in the league, Babin had his best year in 2011 with the Eagels, where he recorded 18 sacks at DE. But it seemed to be a scheme fit as he has failed to produce quite as well since. Still, he can stand up or rush with his hand in the dirt, making him a versatile player.
Possible Landing Spots: TB/ ATL/ NYG/ JAX

WAS - S. Moss WR - Despite a productive career, Moss has seen his production decrease since the arrival of Pierre Garcon and Desean Jackson. At the back end of his career, don't be surprised if Moss calls it quits at the end of the year.
Possible Landing Spots: N/A

Could this be the last year in the league for the long-time 'Skin?

SEA - T. Moeaki TE - One of the top TE prospects in the 2010 draft has thus far fallen short of his potential. A stint of injuries and poor QBs has really hurt his career. He is still young, however, with plenty of talent, we will have to see if a team is willing to give him the opportunity.
Possible Landing Spots: OAK/ NYG

PIT - I. Taylor CB - The long-time Steeler was shown the door in favour of Jabari Greer, and it may be a while before the 11yr man finds another door open for him again. Perhaps it's because he lost free-throws to Dave Dameshek.
Possible Landing Spots: N/A

TEN - L. Washington HB - The explosive back out of Florida State will be looking for a new team this year. Whilst he's never lived up as a RB, Washington has had a lot of kick return success in his career. However, on the wrong side of 30 he may be out of the job for a time.
Possible Landing Spots: N/A

CHI - M. Mariani WR - The return specialist will have to look for a different team to run for this year, but with many teams settled at K/PR, he may have a tough time.
Possible Landing Spots: N/A

HOU - T. Savage QB - Savage's draft stock unusually rocketed during the 2014 draft leading many to believe he was a very high prospect. However, it doesn't seem to have paid off, but with a powerful arm and decent college career, he could see time as a backup project.
Possible Landing Spots: TB/ NYJ/ NE

A lot of minor injuries this week affecting some high-profile players.


NE - N. Solder OT - Quad tear - 3W

BAL - T. Suggs OLB - Disc. Ankle - 3W

BUF - K. Williams DT - Knee Cartilage Tear - 3W

PIT - J. Greer CB - Shoulder Tear - 3W

All of the above players are expected to return by Week 2 of the regular season so there is little to be concerned with. However, each team must be careful that the loss of these important players doesn't affect them too much, as a 0-1 record is difficult to overcome.

As a side note, we noted the injury history of CB Jabari Greer last week and questioned his durability. The Steelers dodge a bullet here, as Greer did not re-aggravate his prior ACL injury. We hope he can hold up the remainder of the season.

The Bolts Insider is an independent news-letter, created by a long-time, avid Charger fan, dedicated to bringing you all the top news and results as they happen!

Remember to subscribe to our channel to watch every single game!


And follow us on Twitter to know when we're posting, we always follow back!

Dynasty: Fridge Combat
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
01:42 PM - February 25, 2015. Written by Braves1980
Spring Training February 27, 2014

Atlanta Braves at Detroit Tigers
Feb 27, 2014123456789RHE
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Detroit (1-1)000100000160
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Heyward, DH312200.833
Terdoslavich, PH-DH100000.333
Pena, SS300002.000
Greene, SS100000.000
B. Upton, CF300000.167
Cunningham, CF100000.000
Doumit, RF301000.333
Constanza, RF000000.000
Laird, C300001.000
Bethancourt, C000000.500
Freeman, 1B300000.125
Johnson, 3B300001.500
Schafer, LF300000.000
Gosselin, 2B311000.250
2B: Gosselin (1)
3B: Heyward (1)
HR: Heyward (2)
RBI: Heyward 2 (4)
GIDP: Freeman
E: Minor (1), Freeman (1)
Detroit Tigers
Davis, LF200010.000
Dirks, PH-LF101000.500
Jackson, CF402000.500
Cabrera, 1B310011.000
Martinez, DH401101.200
Hunter, RF400002.000
Kinsler, 2B300000.000
Lombardozzi, PH100000.250
Iglesias, SS401001.143
Castellanos, 3B300011.000
Avila, C301000.143
2B: Martinez (1), Iglesias (1)
RBI: Martinez (1)
GIDP: Avila
Atlanta Braves
Garcia (W, 1-0)2.0311104.50
Floyd (H, 1)2.0000120.00
Hale (S, 1)2.0200020.00
Detroit Tigers
A. Sanchez 1.0100010.00
Visperas (H, 1)1.0000010.00
Putkonen (L, 1)1.02220118.00
E. Sanchez 1.0000000.00
Dynasty: Braves1980
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
10:23 PM - February 24, 2015. Written by Braves1980
Detroit Tigers at Atlanta Braves
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Detroit ()000011000240
Atlanta ()14250000X12210
Detroit Tigers
Jackson, CF412001.500
Iglesias, SS300012.000
Cabrera, 1B400002.000
Hunter, RF300010.000
Avila, C400003.000
Dirks, LF311001.333
Kinsler, 2B300001.000
Sanchez, P000000.000
Chamberlain, P000000.000
Lombardozzi, 3B301101.333
Verlander, P000000.000
Vispersa, P000000.000
Alvarez, P000000.000
Martinez, PH100001.000
Jones, P000000.000
Coke, P000000.000
Perez, 2B100000.000
2B: Dorks (1)
RBI: Lombardozzi (1)
SAC: Verlander
GIDP: Cabrera
Atlanta Braves
Heyward, RF3332001.000
Terdoslavich, RF201000.500
Upton, LF312300.667
Constanza, LF200000.000
Freeman, 1B511101.200
Gattis, C322200.667
Bethancourt, C201001.500
Johnson, 3B3230001.000
Pena, 3B200001.000
Simmons, SS3032001.000
Pastornicky, SS1010001.000
Uggla, 2B300000.000
Gosselin, 2B100000.000
Upton, CF311200.333
Schafer, CF100000.000
Medlen, P1110001.000
Benjamin, P1110001.000
Ju, P1010001.000
Bardy, P000000.000
Venters, P000000.000
TEAM TOTALS4112211203
2B: Medlen (1), Ju (1), Heyward (1), J. Upton (1), Johnson (1), Terdoslavich (1)
HR: Heyward (1), Freeman (1), Gattis (1), B. Upton (1)
RBI: Heyward 2 (2), J. Upton 3 (3), Freeman (1), Gattis 2 (2), Simmons 2 (2), B. Upton 2 (2)
GIDP: Gattis, Uggla 2, Pena
PB: Bethancourt (1)
Detroit Tigers
Verlander (L, 0-1)2.09770031.50
Sanchez 1.0100000.00
Chamberlain 1.0000000.00
TEAM TOTALS8.021121203
Atlanta Braves
Medlen (W, 1-0)3.0200060.00
Benjamin (H, 1)1.0000000.00
Ju (H, 1)2.0221114.50
Bardy (H, 1)1.0000010.00
TEAM TOTALS9.0421212
Dynasty: Braves1980
08:13 PM - February 24, 2015. Written by stiets1118

Holding onto a 16-6 lead proved to be too much for Alaska State. Give them credit, they took the #3 team in the nation, a powerhouse every year, to the brink of defeat. Credit given, but a loss is a loss, this one being a tough one. The SnowCat defense couldn't stop a revived FSU offense led by QB Ryan Jackson, who threw for 307yds and 3TD in the win. FSU held Alaska State to under 300 yards of offfense, and scored two TD in a span of 3 minutes to take the lead and never let it go, posting the come from behind victory 20-16.
Dynasty: stiets1118
08:08 PM - February 24, 2015. Written by stiets1118
Alaska State Snow Cats 2016 Schedule
Aug 27vs SMUWon, 28-14
Sep 3vs Washington StateWon, 48-27
Sep 10at Florida State #3Lost, 20-16
Sep 17vs Northern IllinoisWon, 40-21
Sep 24at WyomingWon, 33-6
Oct 8vs Air ForceWon, 36-21
Oct 22at San Diego StateWon, 30-24
Oct 29vs NevadaWon, 51-3
Nov 5vs HawaiiWon, 31-20
Nov 12at Fresno StateWon, 39-26
Nov 19at Utah StateWon, 34-7
Nov 26vs UNLVWon, 37-19
Jan 1vs Air Force (MWC Title Game)Won, 44-37
Jan 4at UCLALost, 41-38
Dynasty: stiets1118