"It's All About The Game"
College and High School Football Report
Robert Stephens, Feature Writer
Bison remain undefeated at home.
November 9, 2012 - The Howard Bison captured their
fifth consecutive win at home defeating Hampton 20-10, at Greene Stadium
in front of a crowd of 3,086 Saturday afternoon.
Howard's Terrence LeFall once again went off for Howard.
“I found out late in the week that I would start. The line did a great job and was able to to get us in control of the game”, the junior said at his post game press conference.
Senior running back Terrance Leffall scored on a 18 yard run as the Bison took a 13-0 lead in the second quarter.
Hampton kicked a 23 yard field goal at the end of the second quarter to close the gap to 13-3 at the half.
The Pirates closed the gap to 13-10 on a 33 yard run by Brian Swain.
Howard ended the scoring for the afternoon on Terrance Leffall’s
second touchdown of the day an eight yard run to make the final score
“We came out old fashion by establishing the run. Randy did a great job and was able to get us in control of the game.” said head Howard coach Gary Harrell.
Howard’s defense forced five fumbles with their aggressive play.
The Bison will travel to face FCS top ranked Georgia Southern Saturday.
The Terrapins of Maryland dropped a 33-13 ACC contest at home to Georgia Tech. The Terps have been snake bitten at the quarterback position with their fourth string quarterback now taking snaps. The Terps fell to (4-5, 2-3) in ACC play.
Maryland will travel to Clemson Saturday.
The Bulldogs of Bowie State ended their season at home with a 14-13 defeat at the hands of Elizabeth City State University. Bowie ended their season (5-5, 2-5.) in CIAA play.
Georgetown defeated Lafayette 20-17. The Hoyas improved to (4-5, 1-3.)
in Patriot play. The Hoyas will hosts Bucknell at 1pm, Saturday.
1. Alabama (9-0) edged LSU 21-17 in the
“I’m going to tell you that our guys are probably going to be as sore as they’ve ever been after this game.” Alabama head coach Nick Sabin said at his post game press conference. The Tide will hosts Texas A&M (7-2) as the brutal SEC sorts its self out.
Kenjon Barner went for 321 yards and five TD's vs USC. For season he's produced 1295 yards and 19 TD's.
2. Talk about style of play and the different
The Ducks lit the stat sheet up for 730 yards total offense featuring Kenjon Barner and his personal assault on the Trojans defense rushing for 321 yards and five touchdowns! Oregon improved to (9-0).
USC quarterback Marr Barkley threw for 489 yards and five touchdowns and that was not enough.
It was the most yards ever recorded against a Trojan defense since the
California private school has been playing football (1888) for the record.
3. Kansas State like old man river they
4. Ohio State is still playing and I am going
5. Notre Dame had divine intervention on
6. Georgia (8-1) beat Mississippi 37-10
7. LSU (7-2) hosts Missouri after their prime
8. Florida defeated Missouri 14-7 at the swamp
9. Florida State was idle this week. They
10.Last week we tried Mississippi State in
Playoffs anyone ? The prep season playoffs will start this weekend for their respective coveted prizes.
The DCIAA will feature the four top teams in the District’s playoff for the Turkey Bowl. The semifinals will feature this Saturday at Cardozo stadium. Wilson (7-3) versus Anacostia (6-4).and H.D. Woodson (4-5) versus Dunbar (7-2)
In the state of Maryland for the state title in the 4a division Quince
Orchard (9-1) will host BCC (7-3). Northwest (7-3) will hosts Churchill
(7-3). Wise (10-0) will host E.Roosevelt (7-3). DuVal (9-1) hosts Suitland
(9-1). Blake (6-4) will travel to Westminister (10-0). Catonsville
In the Maryland 3a division Urbana (7-3) travels to Damascus (10-0). North Hagerstown (9-1) travels to Seneca Valley (9-1) Friendly (6-4) travels to Huntington (9-1). Westlake (7-3) hosts Potomac (8-3).
In the 2a division McDonough (9-1) hosts Gwynn Park (9-1).
In Virginia some of the AAA games are Westfield (10-0) hosting West Springfield (6-4). Lake Braddock (8-2) hosting Oakton (6-4). Stone Bridge (10-0) who some consider the best team in the DMV will host Edison (5-5). Yorktown (10-0) hosts Jefferson. and Hylton (8-2) will receive a bye.
The WCAC will feature Good Counsel (9-1) hosting St. John’s (5-4)
and Gonzaga (8-2) will hosts DeMatha (8-2).
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