Orange Bowl Score
January 4, 2011 by staff
Orange Bowl Score, (AP) – The first Pinstripe Bowl turned into a home run derby. Delone Carter ran for 198 yards and two touchdowns, sales Marcus took three long touchdown passes and Syracuse got help of a celebration penalty, the Kansas State Wildcats beat 36-34 Thursday at Yankee Stadium.
Adrian Hilburn slipped a tackle and ran to a power hit 30-yard field goal with 1:13 remaining to pull the state of Kansas, in both. Hilburn welcomed the crowd behind the visitor’s dugout and was flagged 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct, which has pushed the conversion attempt 2-point line back from 17 yards.
Carson Coffman Aubrey Quarles overthrown in the endzone, and when Kansas State (7-6) could not come up with the onside kick, Syracuse (8-5) only had to take a shot knee to win a game of bowls for the first time since 2001.
Daniel Thomas ran for three touchdowns for Kansas State, which made its appearance first bowl since 2006.
In a bowl season eruptions to date, the bowl first in New York in 48 years has proved a success.
The teams traded big plays from the start – Thomas 51 yards for a score on the second play from scrimmage – and scored touchdowns on five possessions in the second half.
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder, detection field goals is not enough, called for a fake with about five minutes in the fourth from the 10, but Ryan Doerr Syracuse piled on the race.
Carter, who scored two touchdowns in the second half, broke free for a run of 60 yards on the next play. He created the goal by Ross Krautman 40 yards with 3:08 left that made it 36-28.
Too much time.
Coffman, who played brilliantly in his game last college, led the Wildcats in the territory of Syracuse and connected near the touchline Hilburn about 10 meters below the ground. After winning a foot race to the end zone, he dropped the ball, makes a quick hello and turned to celebrate with his teammates.
Flags from theft and attempted 2-point game into despair.
Coffman finished 17-23 for 228 yards and two touchdowns. Thomas was held to 90 yards on 22 by a defense that has been adapted to stop it.
Ryan passed for 239 yards Nassib and brought into contact with sales on touchdown passes of 52 yards, 36 and 44.
He was Big East against the Big 12 in first bowl game in New York for the Gotham Bowl matched Nebraska and Miami, originally Yankee Stadium in 1962. The weather was about as expected: the cold.
But temperatures in the 30s were more tolerable for the crowd of 38,274 – more than 44,000 tickets were sold, the Yankees have said – particularly in light of 16 inches of snow dumped on the city four days earlier. And the snow up to 8 feet high alongside the walls of the outfield and behind the end zone, where marble is usually just added to the scene.
Those who decided to brave the cold to make the long trip from the Little Apple (Manhattan, Kansas) in the Big Apple were rewarded doozy of a match.
It was tied at 14 at halftime, and Syracuse began the second attack on the defense of Kansas State ran defective, which ranked 118th in the country after the regular season. Carter carried six times for 53 yards on a drive hit by 60 yards, capping it with an easy 7-yard run that gave Syracuse a lead of 21-14.
Coffman walked down Kansas State with its operation and move to tie it at 21 with a 10-yarder to Chris Harper in the back of the endzone.
Syracuse and Carter came back immediately with another long and steady in March, this time capped by Carter with a run of 15 yards. But Krautman hit the point after wide and Syracuse led 27-21 heading into the fourth quarter.
And return to K-State. The Wildcats converted one fourth-and-2 from the Orange 9 with a 4-yard pass to Harper, and Thomas scored on fourth and goal from inside the 1, taking a step toward the end of the option right. PAT success was 28-27 with 11:03 left in the fourth.
The fifth possession of the second half led to the TD fifth. Sales exceeded a defender fell for 44-yards, but 2-point attempt failed and Syracuse was 33-28 with 7:52 left Orange.
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