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Tuesday, September 4, 2007

9/4/07 - Weekend Recaps

Appalachian State 34 Michigan 32
The Mountaineers became the 1st ever 1-AA football team to knock off a ranked Division 1 opponent by shocking Michigan on Saturday in the Big House. Michigan RB Mike Hart rushed for 188 yards on 23 carries, with 3 TD's in the loss. QB Chad Henne was 19 for 37 with 233 yards, 1 TD and 1 interception.
Player of the Game: ASU QB Armanti Edwards. 17-23 227 yards with 2TD's passing. 17 carries for 62 yards and 1 TD rushing.

Ohio State 38 Youngstown State 6
OSU Coach Jim Tressel beat his former team of 15 years in the first ever meeting of these two schools. New Buckeye QB Todd Boeckman shined throwing 17-23 with 225 yards passing and 2 TD's. WR Brian Robiske pulled in 9 catches for 153 yards.
Player of the Game: OSU QB Todd Boeckman

Penn State 59 Florida International 0
JoePa returned to the sideline on Saturday and saw first hand his Nittany Lions destroy FIU. QB Anthony Morelli led Penn State going 23-38 for 295 yards and 3 TD's, with 231 of those yards coming in the 1st half, a new school record. The Lions got 236 yards on the ground and 4 TD's between a trio of RB's (Austin Scott, Rodney Kinlaw, and Evan Royster).
Player of the Game: PSU QB Anthony Morelli

Northwestern 27 Northeastern 0
Northwestern's Defense posted the Wildcat's first shutout since 1997 en route to their season-opening victory over Northeastern. NU QB C.J. Bacher threw for 243 yards and 1 TD on 23-29 passing. Wildcat RB Tyrell Sutton also added 108 yards rushing on 24 carries.
Players of the Game: Northwestern Defense

Michigan State 55 UAB 18
Michigan State led 21-0 after the 1st quarter and continued to pile it on the Blazers in their lopsided victory in coach Mike Dantonio's first game. Dantonio became the 4th straight MSU head coach to win in his debut. Spartan RB Jehuu Caulcrick ran for 93 yards on 10 carries and finished the day with 4 TD's on the ground.
Player of the Game: MSU RB Jehuu Caulcrik

Wisconsin 42 Washington State 21
New Wisconsin QB Tyler Donovan stepped up in his first game as starter and led the 7th-ranked Badgers to their first win of the season. Donovan finished the day 19-29 with 284 yards and 3 TD's. Last year's Big 10 Freshman of the Year, P.J. Hill added 2 scores on the ground while rushing for 84 yards on 21 carries.
Player of the Game: Wisconsin QB Tyler Donovan

Missouri 40 Illinois 34
Things did not look good for the Illini after Sophomore QB Juice Williams was knocked out of the game in the 2nd quarter and Illinois found themselves trailing 23-6 at halftime. But redshirt-freshman Eddie McGee led a strong 2nd half comeback throwing for 257 yards and 1 TD. He did however turn the ball over twice with interceptions, and it was turnovers that did the Illini in. Illinois turned the ball over 5 times in total on Saturday. The injury to Williams does not seem too serious, and coach Ron Zook was confident after the game that Juice would be back and not miss his next start.
Player of the Game: Mizzou QB Chase Daniel finished the game 37 of 54 with 359 yards and 3 TD's

Iowa 16 Northern Illinois 3
It was not pretty at times, but the Hawkeyes used stout defense and a strong ground game to eventually wear down an overmatched Northern Illinois squad. The story of the game for Iowa was their two-headed running back tandem of seniors Albert Young and Damien Sims. Both backs finished the game with over 100 yards rushing, Young had 150 yards on 23 carries, and Sims rushed the ball 16 times for 110 yards. New starter, sophomore QB Jake Christensen struggled at times, throwing for 128 yards on 12 of 29 passing and 1 TD.
Players of the Game: Iowa RB's Albert Young and Damien Sims

Purdue 52 Toledo 24
Purdue QB Curtis Painter started where he left off last year, and the Boilermakers dominated Toledo from the opening kick on their way to a 52-24 rout. Painter was 14-30 with 244 yards and 4 touchdown passes on the night. Purdue WR Dustin Keller led the Boilers in receiving with 107 yards on 3 catches and 1 TD.
Player of the Game: Purdue QB Curtis Painter

Indiana 55 Indiana State 7
Indiana paid tribute to coach Terry Hoeppner in style with a 55-7 thrashing of Division 1-AA Indiana State. Hoosier QB Kellen Lewis threw for 3 TD's on the day, all on his first 4 passes of the game. Lewis finished the day 12-21 with 285 yards passing. Indiana State has now lost 28 of their last 29 games.
Player of the Game: Indiana QB Kellen Lewis

Bowling Green 32 Minnesota 31 (OT)
The Tim Brewster era started off on a dull note, as the Gopher's rallied back from an early 21-0 deficit, but fell just short after a Bowling Green 2-point conversion gave the Falcons an overtime victory. Freshman QB Adam Weber struggled in the Gopher's new spread offense throwing for 188 yards on just 15-31 passing, including 2 costly interceptions. The bright spot for Minnesota was Amir Pinnix and the running game. Pinnix carried the ball 28 times for 168 yards and 2 scores.
Player of the Game: Bowling Green QB Tyler Sheehan threw for 388 yards and 2 TD's and the game winning 2-point conversion

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