Narduzzi: Well, we make it hard. One of our keys to victory was to thrash them in the third quarter, because the third quarter’s been our nemesis this year, and we certainly didn’t do that. But we finished it off in the fourth quarter. I’m just so proud of our football team. Our kids hung in there. It wasn’t easy. We tried to make it hard, but they fought in there. The other key to victory was being able to run the football, and I think we proved we can do that. We need to continue to do that. You take it off of Ben DiNucci’s shoulders - Ben had a heck of a good game, did some good things in his decision0making and the run game. There were some big old plays in there. Darrin Hall - you talk about
The Tigers led just 17-6 at halftime despite rolling up 288 total yards in the first half. Auburn was stopped on fourth down at the 2-yard line and Jarrett Stidham threw an interception at the Arkansas 39 to end two first-half drives. But the third quarter included touchdown drives of 75, 70, 62 and 23 yards as the Tigers totaled 239 total yards on five possessions to build a 45-13 lead. “That was the biggest key for us all week,” said Stidham of coming out strong in the third quarter. “Even in our meeting today we said whenever we come out for the second half, we have to finish the game and really set the tone for the second half. I think we did that and it kind of got everything rolling.” Auburn
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Most everyone expected for Tennessee to get hammered today, and Alabama obliged, laying a 45-7 beatdown on the Vols to drop them to 3-4 overall and 0-4 in the SEC. Here are four quick takeaways after a long afternoon for the orange and white. 1 — The second quarter — No one, at least anyone I’m aware, had given Tennessee a snowball’s chance of throwing a care into Alabama today. Yet, midway through the second quarter, the Vols’— thanks to the defense only — were kind of hanging around, down only 7-0. Then the flood gates opened and the Vols found themselves in deep trouble. Most frustrating for those with orange-tinted rooting interests, things got out of hand at least partly
FARGO, N.D. (AP) -- Easton Stick threw for a touchdown and ran for two more that made the difference as North Dakota State beat Western Illinois 24-12 in a battle between two of the top teams in the FCS on Saturday. Stick brought the Bison back from a
UCLA didn't just get right on the football field on Saturday with a 31-14 win over Oregon, they got right off of it, too. Three-star Michigan linebacker Kolin Demens announced his pledge on Twitter late Saturday afternoon.