2011 College Football Scores

October 2, 2011 by staff 

2011 College Football Scores2011 College Football Scores, Here is a brief summary of Week 5 performances from each team remaining Pitt plays.

Rutgers: Scarlet Knights won a game ugly in the Carrier Dome 19-16 in double overtime. Rutgers and Syracuse combined for nine turnovers in the game and 21 penalties. Rutgers alternating quarterbacks during the game, ranging from Chas Dodd and Gary Nova, a former Pitt commit. Neither stood out in the game so expect something similar next week. Rutgers fans can talk all you want about Savon Huggins, but the Knights managed only five yards rushing against the orange. No joke. Five meters.

Next week: against Pitt at 3:30 on ESPNU

Utah: The Utes lost their Pac-12 opener 31-14 at home in Washington. Utah was killed by turnovers, as there were a total of five instead of only one of the Huskies. As Rutgers, Utah did little on the ground, amassing only 17 yards rushing. QB Jordan Wynn From the left shoulder was injured in the third quarter and was replaced by Jon Hays young.

Next week: vs. Arizona State at 3:30

Connecticut: UConn proceeded to embarrass the Big East, losing 38-31 to Western Michigan at home. The Huskies did well on offense, gaining 450 yards of total offense. However, WMU could not stop Alex Carder QB, who threw for 479 yards and a TD in five years. A key reason was the loss of CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson due to a sprained MCL he suffered last week.

Next week: West Virginia @ @ noon ESPN3

Cincinnati: The Bearcats started slow (6-0 leads only at rest), but managed to beat rival Miami (OH) 27-0 on the road. Necklaces Zach had a day off, only throwing for 251 yards with one TD and two singles. RB Isaiah Pead also had problems, only ran for 49 yards on 18 carries. Cincinnati also lost the ball twice for the first time this season was on the losing side in the range of motion. However, their defense forced a shutout and held the Redhawks to -3 in rushing and 3 of 17 conversions on third down.

Next week: Bye

Louisville: The Cardinals also did their best to embarrass the conference, losing 17-13 to Marshall at home. It was a horrible offensive output of Louisville, gaining only 281 yards of total offense. The Cardinals are young and it showed in the amount of penalties committed Louisville – 11 penalties for 91 yards. The Cardinals were also dominated time of possession (34:48 to 25:16 Louisville vs. Marshall).

Next week: @ North Carolina @ noon ESPN3

West Virginia Mountaineers overcame a deficit of 10.3 in early defeats Bowling Green (I’m still in shock at that game) 55-10. For the first time this season, WVU got the ball actually go into the ground. Dustin Garrison ran for an incredible 291 yards (second in school history) and two touchdowns. WVU also got 643 yards of offense while holding Bowling Green to 217 and excluding the second quarter.

Next week: vs. Connecticut @ noon ESPN3

Syracuse: The Orange managed to remember how many times were for fans of Pitt the last six seasons – losing ugly fashion at home to Rutgers.

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