Robert Stephens - Featured Reporter
Bison and Terps post conference wins
November 6, 2014 - The Howard Bison secured their first
MEAC Conference win with a 17-10 hard fought win over
Delaware St. at Greene Stadium. Howard snapped a
five game winning streak in the process. Howard was coached by Associate
Head Coach Ted White.
“The offensive line did an excellent job with the inclement weather,
we kind of new it was going to be that type of game where we had to run
the football and this guys responded".
Notre Dame's Isaac Rochelle pursues Navy's
Keenan Reynolds last Saturday. The Domers prevailed 49-39 (USPC).
Willie Parker rushed for 151 yards on 29 carries to lead the Bison.
Howard quarterback Greg McGhee (7-12-90-2tds.)
played well as Howard improved to (2-5) (1-5) on the
Howard travels to Savannah St. this weekend.
The Maryland Terrapins ended 11 years of frustration with their come from
behind 20-19 win over Penn State in a BIG-10 Conference contest. The Terps
outscored State 13-3 in the fourth quarter before a crowd of $ 103,969.
The Terrapin defense held the Nittany Lions to 177 yards on 42 attempts.
Kicker Brad Craddock’s 43 yard field goal
with 1:25 remaining secured the win for Maryland who
improved to (6-3) (3-2) on the season.
Maryland has the week off before they host Michigan St.
In the $ College Football Playoff run for the money it was business as
usual with some teams surviving
and some teams taking the fall. I95ballerz.com will
continue to share our opinion on the college scene as
well as what the expert pundits think on a weekly basis.
The first ranking ( ) will indicate our ranking the second ( )
will be the ranking of the playoff committee. The (R)
will indicate home game (A) will indicate an away game
and (N) will indicate neutral site. There will be several games
this weekend which will change the polls and affect
several teams rankings which will be indicated by a (*)
(1) (2) Florida State (8-0) ACC
Defending champs beat Louisville (R) 42-31
(2) (1) Mississippi St. (7-0) SEC
(3) (3) Auburn (7-1) SEC
Beat Mississippi (R) 35-31 on fluke play.
(4) (4) Oregon (7-1) PAC-12
Beat Stanford (H) 45-16. at Utah (6-2) (*)
(5) (5) Alabama (7-1) SEC
Idle at LSU (7-2) (*)
(6) (6) TCU (7-1) BIG-8
At Kansas State (7-1) (*)
(7) (12) Baylor (7-1) BIG-8
At Oklahoma (6-2) (*)
(8) (10) Notre Dame (7-1)
At Arizona State (7-1) (*)
(9) (7) Kansas State (7-1) BIG-8
At TCU (7-1) (*)
(10) (11) Arizona State (7-1) PAC-12
Hosts Notre Dame (7-1) (*)
(11) (8) Michigan State (7-1) BIG-10
Hosts Ohio State (7-1) (*)
(12) (11) Ohio State (7-1) Big-10
At Michigan (7-1) (*)
(13) (16) LSU (7-2) SEC
Host Alabama (7-1) (*)
(14) (13) Nebraska (8-1) Big-10
At Wisconsin (6-2) (*)
(15) (11) Mississippi (7-2) SEC
Tough loss to Auburn on freak play
(16) (18) UCLA (7-2)
Beat Arizona with defense!
(17) (15) Oklahoma (6-2) BIG-8
Hosts Baylor (7-1) (*)
(18) (20) Georgia (6-2) SEC
Lost to Florida 38-20 (N) ?
(19) (21) Clemson (6-2) ACC
(20) (22) Duke (7-1) ACC
Gets little respect
(21) (17) Utah (6-2) PAC-12
Host Oregon (8-1) (*)
(22) (19) Arizona (6-2) PAC-12
Tough loss to defensive UCLA
(23) (25) Wisconsin (6-2) BIG-10
Hosts Nebraska (8-1) (*)
(24) (NR) Marshall (8-0) Conference USA
Thundering Herd have to run the table
(25) (NR) USC (6-3)-PAC-12
Top 3 loss team. Early (R) loss to BC killer
The pundits liked West Va. (6-3) and Georgia Tech (7-2) in 24th and
Navy's Geoffrey Whitside carries ND's Jaylon
Smith to paydirt.
In some other games of interest this past weekend.
Bowie State beat Lincoln (Pa.) 28-14. Morgan St. edged Hampton 38-35.
Norfolk St. edged Florida A&M 12-10. South Carolina St. beat Savannah
St. 59-7. Bethune-Cookman topped. N.C. Central 34-20. Grambling jumped
on Texas Southern 35-7. Southern stopped Alabama St.28-21. Tuskegee edged
Central St. (Ohio) 28-25. Va. St. beat Chowan 40-7 and a. Union stopped
Elizabeth City 14-7.
In high school action (D.C. and (Md.):
Wilson beat Ballou 36-14. Good Counsel
Edged O’Connell 16-14. Avalon blanked Perry Street Prep
38-0. Seneca Valley blanked Einstein 52-0. DuVal stopped
C.H. Flowers 26-6. Springbrook beat Kennedy 24-6.
Rockville jumped on Wooton 56-14. Gonzaga stopped
McNamara 49-20. E. Roosevelt blanked Laurel 49-0.
and Bullis stopped Episcopal 31-17.
Chantilly stopped Robinson 28-9. Potomac Falls edged Briar Woods 8-7.
Langley edged Madison 21-20. Westfield blanked Oakton 38-0. Stone Bridge
over Fairfax 41-14. Centreville beat Herndon 49-27. and Lake Braddock
beat South County 49-27.
High school playoffs are around the corner!