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College Football 2018 – Week 3 Review

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Week 3 is in the books with mixed fortunes for our DreamCatchers. For most this meant another agonizing week of watching from the sidelines.  Lachmann and Metz are still academically ineligible to play, while Debaille is still injured.  Weitz, Andersson, Johnson-Fisher, and the defensive line quartet of Welschof, Baldonado, Raine, and Jutwreten have not needed their lids yet and are likely facing redshirt seasons.

Dayton (1-2) @ Duquesne (3-1)

A thrilling non-conference game against rival Dayton saw the Duquesne Dukes extend their winning streak to three in a row, all at home.  The offense was fueled by their primary target, Nehari Crawford, who reeled in 11 catches for 200 yards and two scores earning Northeast Conference POTW honors.  Hradecny did not play, stuck behind starters senior Rob Marra and former Pitt recruit and Last Chance U subject, Kam Carter.  Next up for the Dukes is an away game the envy of many against their second FBS opponent, Hawaii.

Rhode Island (2-1) @ UConn (1-2)
The UConn Huskies bit off their first win this week, with Scott carrying the ball once and making three catches for 38 yards.  The effort brought the season total for the former Vilseck Falcon to eight receptions for 83 yards. Overall the Huskies offense rushed to victory, led by Pindell and Mensah who combined for 51 carries, nearly 300 rushing yards and four touchdowns on the ground.  UConn will travel to New York next where the Syracuse Orange awaits.

Temple (1-2) @ Maryland (2-1)
The Temple Owls travelled a short distance south to face an unbeaten Maryland Terrapins in their Big Ten opener. The odds favored a strong Maryland team, who beat Texas in week one. Nonetheless, a strong defensive effort by Temple allowed the Owls to take flight for the first time this season.  The defense dominated up front, clawing their way to seven sacks and two forced fumbles, upsetting the Terps 35-14.
At the time of press, Isaac Moore was still waiting for his game feedback and wanted to forego rating his own performance this week until then.  Weeks 4 pits Temple against Villanova, who lost to a Debaille-less Towson squad this week.

Other DreamCatcher Games:

SMU 20 @ Michigan 45
Coastal Carolina 58 @ Campbell 21
Eastern Michigan 28 @ Buffalo  35
Rutgers 55 @ Kansas 14
Georgia Tech 19 @ Pitt 24
Alabama A&M 7 @ Cincinnati 63
Towson 45 @ Villanova 35
Dubuque 27 @ Coe 18
Morgan State 27 @ Albany 30
Yale 28 @ Holy Cross 31

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College Football 2018 – Week 3 Review

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Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Week 3 is in the books with mixed fortunes for our DreamCatchers. For most this meant another agonizing week of watching from the sidelines.  Lachmann and Metz are still academically ineligible to play, while Debaille is still injured.  Weitz, Andersson, Johnson-Fisher, and the defensive line quartet of Welschof, Baldonado, Raine, and Jutwreten have not needed their lids yet and are likely facing redshirt seasons.

Dayton (1-2) @ Duquesne (3-1)

A thrilling non-conference game against rival Dayton saw the Duquesne Dukes extend their winning streak to three in a row, all at home.  The offense was fueled by their primary target, Nehari Crawford, who reeled in 11 catches for 200 yards and two scores earning Northeast Conference POTW honors.  Hradecny did not play, stuck behind starters senior Rob Marra and former Pitt recruit and Last Chance U subject, Kam Carter.  Next up for the Dukes is an away game the envy of many against their second FBS opponent, Hawaii.

Rhode Island (2-1) @ UConn (1-2)
The UConn Huskies bit off their first win this week, with Scott carrying the ball once and making three catches for 38 yards.  The effort brought the season total for the former Vilseck Falcon to eight receptions for 83 yards. Overall the Huskies offense rushed to victory, led by Pindell and Mensah who combined for 51 carries, nearly 300 rushing yards and four touchdowns on the ground.  UConn will travel to New York next where the Syracuse Orange awaits.

Temple (1-2) @ Maryland (2-1)
The Temple Owls travelled a short distance south to face an unbeaten Maryland Terrapins in their Big Ten opener. The odds favored a strong Maryland team, who beat Texas in week one. Nonetheless, a strong defensive effort by Temple allowed the Owls to take flight for the first time this season.  The defense dominated up front, clawing their way to seven sacks and two forced fumbles, upsetting the Terps 35-14.
At the time of press, Isaac Moore was still waiting for his game feedback and wanted to forego rating his own performance this week until then.  Weeks 4 pits Temple against Villanova, who lost to a Debaille-less Towson squad this week.

Other DreamCatcher Games:

SMU 20 @ Michigan 45
Coastal Carolina 58 @ Campbell 21
Eastern Michigan 28 @ Buffalo  35
Rutgers 55 @ Kansas 14
Georgia Tech 19 @ Pitt 24
Alabama A&M 7 @ Cincinnati 63
Towson 45 @ Villanova 35
Dubuque 27 @ Coe 18
Morgan State 27 @ Albany 30
Yale 28 @ Holy Cross 31

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College Football 2018 – Week 3 Review

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Week 3 is in the books with mixed fortunes for our DreamCatchers. For most this meant another agonizing week of watching from the sidelines.  Lachmann and Metz are still academically ineligible to play, while Debaille is still injured.  Weitz, Andersson, Johnson-Fisher, and the defensive line quartet of Welschof, Baldonado, Raine, and Jutwreten have not needed their lids yet and are likely facing redshirt seasons.

Dayton (1-2) @ Duquesne (3-1)

A thrilling non-conference game against rival Dayton saw the Duquesne Dukes extend their winning streak to three in a row, all at home.  The offense was fueled by their primary target, Nehari Crawford, who reeled in 11 catches for 200 yards and two scores earning Northeast Conference POTW honors.  Hradecny did not play, stuck behind starters senior Rob Marra and former Pitt recruit and Last Chance U subject, Kam Carter.  Next up for the Dukes is an away game the envy of many against their second FBS opponent, Hawaii.

Rhode Island (2-1) @ UConn (1-2)
The UConn Huskies bit off their first win this week, with Scott carrying the ball once and making three catches for 38 yards.  The effort brought the season total for the former Vilseck Falcon to eight receptions for 83 yards. Overall the Huskies offense rushed to victory, led by Pindell and Mensah who combined for 51 carries, nearly 300 rushing yards and four touchdowns on the ground.  UConn will travel to New York next where the Syracuse Orange awaits.

Temple (1-2) @ Maryland (2-1)
The Temple Owls travelled a short distance south to face an unbeaten Maryland Terrapins in their Big Ten opener. The odds favored a strong Maryland team, who beat Texas in week one. Nonetheless, a strong defensive effort by Temple allowed the Owls to take flight for the first time this season.  The defense dominated up front, clawing their way to seven sacks and two forced fumbles, upsetting the Terps 35-14.
At the time of press, Isaac Moore was still waiting for his game feedback and wanted to forego rating his own performance this week until then.  Weeks 4 pits Temple against Villanova, who lost to a Debaille-less Towson squad this week.

Other DreamCatcher Games:

SMU 20 @ Michigan 45
Coastal Carolina 58 @ Campbell 21
Eastern Michigan 28 @ Buffalo  35
Rutgers 55 @ Kansas 14
Georgia Tech 19 @ Pitt 24
Alabama A&M 7 @ Cincinnati 63
Towson 45 @ Villanova 35
Dubuque 27 @ Coe 18
Morgan State 27 @ Albany 30
Yale 28 @ Holy Cross 31

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