December 18, 2009
TODAY MEN UC Santa Barbara at Montana State...6 PST San Jose State at UC Irvine...7 Utah State at Long Beach State...7 Drexel at Cal State Northridge...7 New Mexico State at Pepperdine...7:30 WOMEN Texas Tech at UCLA...7 SATURDAY MEN Cal State Bakersfield at Loyola Marymount...3:30 UC Riverside at Montana...6 PST WOMEN Dartmouth at USC...7 SUNDAY WOMEN USC in Women of Troy Classic at Galen Center.
December 17, 2009
MEN at UC Riverside 85, Berry College 53: Brandon Dowdy scored 14 points, Lateef McMullan and Larry Gurganious each scored 11 and Konner Veteto scored 10 to lead the Highlanders (6-3). Tim Miles had 19 points for the Vikings (3-6). Utah State 68, at Cal State Bakersfield 51: A 27-2 run over a 12-minute span in the first half gave the Aggies (6-3) a commanding lead and the Roadrunners (1-7), who got 11 points from Stephon Carter and 10 from Trent Blakley, could not recover.
November 29, 2009
at No. 18 Brigham Young 26, No. 22 Utah 23 (OT): Max Hall threw a 25-yard touchdown pass in overtime to Andrew George to give the Cougars their third victory in four years in the in-state rivalry. Hall found George open for a quick dump-off over the middle and George had nobody between him and the goal line, hugging the ball with both hands as he went for the winning score for the Cougars (10-2, 7-1) in the Mountain West Conference game. Joe Phillips kicked five field goals for Utah (9-3, 6-2)
November 22, 2009 |
The top 10 this weekend was a stomp 10 -- predictable as a Harlem Globetrotters game. In events involving title contenders, Florida, Alabama, Texas, Texas Christian and Boise State had easier weekends than Cincinnati, which didn't play. The five unbeaten teams stayed unscathed by crushing the "competition" by the score of 255-54. Florida went intercontinental ballistic on Florida International, and Alabama played Chattanooga, a train stop, right through the whistle.
November 15, 2009
SCHOOL (Record) RESULT/UP NEXT 1 FLORIDA (10-0) def. South Carolina, 24-14 Florida International, Saturday 2 TEXAS (10-0) def. Baylor, 47-14 Kansas, Saturday 3 ALABAMA (10-0) def. Mississippi State, 31-3 Chattanooga, Saturday 4 TEXAS CHRISTIAN (10-0) def. No. 16 Utah, 55-28 at Wyoming, Saturday 5 CINCINNATI (10-0)
November 8, 2009 |
No. 6 Texas Christian 55, at San Diego State 12: Andy Dalton threw two touchdown passes and ran for two more to lead the Horned Frogs (8-0, 4-0) over the Aztecs (4-5, 2-3) for their 11th straight. TCU jumped in front with touchdowns on five of their first six possessions. Dalton scored on runs of 13 and seven yards as TCU held a 31-6 halftime lead. In other games involving Mountain West teams: Jordan Wynn passed for 297 yards and two touchdowns in his first college start to lead No. 17 Utah (8-1, 5-0)
October 25, 2009 |
Stevenson Sylvester stuffed Connor Dietz on a fourth-down quarterback keeper to preserve No. 19 Utah's 23-16 overtime victory over visiting Air Force on Saturday. Dietz rolled on the ground in misery as the Utah players flooded the field from the sideline to celebrate the Utes' fourth straight win as they improved to 7-1 overall and 4-0 in the Mountain West Conference. Air Force fell to 4-5, 3-3. In other Mountain West games: Ryan Lindley threw a career-best six touchdown passes and DeMarco Sampson hauled in 15 catches for 257 yards, helping San Diego State (3-4, 1-2)
October 11, 2009
No. 10 Texas Christian 20, at Air Force 17: Andy Dalton threw for 198 yards as the Horned Frogs (5-0, 1-0 Mountain West) beat the Falcons (3-3, 2-1) with temperatures in the teens and a frozen mist and drizzle falling. No. 18 Brigham Young 59, at Nevada Las Vegas 21: Harvey Unga ran for three touchdowns and 149 yards as the Cougars (5-1, 2-0 Mountain West) defeated the Rebels (2-4, 0-2). at Wyoming 37, New Mexico 13: Austyn Carta-Samuels passed for three touchdowns as the Cowboys (4-2, 2-0 Mountain West)
October 3, 2009 |
Max Hall threw three touchdown passes and Harvey Unga ran for 118 yards and a score in No. 20 Brigham Young's 35-17 victory over Utah State on Friday night in Provo, Utah. The Cougars (4-1) capitalized on two critical mistakes by the Aggies deep in their own territory while winning for the 10th straight time in the state series. Utah State (1-3) turned it over on a bad option pitch with 39 seconds left in the first half and the Cougars stopped the Aggies on fourth and one early in the fourth quarter.