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College Football 2018 – Week 4 Review

Uconn (1-3) @ Syracuse (4-0)

The Syracuse offense continues to roll under the guidance of Head Coach Dino Babers and this past week was no exception. Syracuse rushed and passed for more than 600 yards (341 on the ground and 295 yards in the air) and five scores in the 51-21 victory against the Connecticut Huskies. Syracuse’s biggest offensive weapon Sean Riley caught six passes for 120 yards and a touchdown and returned a punt 69-yards for six. In total, Riley finished the day with almost 300 all-purpose yards. On defense the Orangemen intercepted one pass and forced three additional fumbles.

The game’s biggest highlight came a couple of minutes into the 2nd quarter. Our 2017 DreamCatcher, Zavier Scott scored PPI’s first ever NCAA touchdown. The former Vilseck Falcon continues to be a receiving threat out the backfield and has racked up 120 receiving yards so far this season. Scott also had his best game rushing against the Orangemen, finishing with 22 yards on four attempts (5.5 yards per carry).

 

Duquesne (3-2) @ Hawaii (4-1)

The Duquesne Dukes came into this game with a lot of confidence. Coming in hot on a three-game winning-streak, Duquesne were ready to face their second FBS opponent of the season and prove that their early loss against UMass is the distant past. Duquesne started off with the right energy, and led by quarterback Daniel Parr the Dukes were up 14-0 halfway through the 1st quarter. The Duquesne offense started hot, but had trouble for the remainder of the game. Parr finished the day with three touchdown passes and a total offense of just 166 yards. Hawaii, led by sophomore quarterback Cole McDonald, finished with more than 500 yards of total offense en route to a 42-21 win. DreamCatcher and Austrian DT Maxi Hradecny once again remained on the sidelines stuck behind the Dukes’ seasoned defensive line.

 

Buffalo (4-0) @ Rutgers (1-3)

Two DreamCatchers squared off in New Jersey on Saturday. Rutgers Swedish passrusher Robin Jutwreten took on Buffalo’s German LB Fabian Weitz in a one-sided affair where Buffalo trampled the Scarlett Knights 42-13. Buffalo quarterback Tyree Jackson once again showed why he is a sure NFL draft pick. Early in the 2nd quarter he rolled out and easily made a stunning throw nearly 60 yards to receiver Anthony Johnson who was brought down at the Rutgers 1 yard line. Jackson has now steered a very potent Buffalo team to a 4-0 start, their best since 1981. Unfortunately neither Jutwreten nor Weitz saw the field as both are probably looking at a redshirt year.

 

Other DreamCatcher games:
Tulsa 17 @ Temple 31
Coastal Carolina 30 @ Louisiana 28
Pittsburgh 35 @ North Carolina 38
Ohio 30 @ Cincinnati 34
Central Dutch 35 @ Dubuque 13
St. Francis 28 @ Albany 35
Yale 30 @ Cornell 24
Nebraska 10 @ Michigan 56

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College Football 2018 – Week 4 Review

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Uconn (1-3) @ Syracuse (4-0)

The Syracuse offense continues to roll under the guidance of Head Coach Dino Babers and this past week was no exception. Syracuse rushed and passed for more than 600 yards (341 on the ground and 295 yards in the air) and five scores in the 51-21 victory against the Connecticut Huskies. Syracuse’s biggest offensive weapon Sean Riley caught six passes for 120 yards and a touchdown and returned a punt 69-yards for six. In total, Riley finished the day with almost 300 all-purpose yards. On defense the Orangemen intercepted one pass and forced three additional fumbles.

The game’s biggest highlight came a couple of minutes into the 2nd quarter. Our 2017 DreamCatcher, Zavier Scott scored PPI’s first ever NCAA touchdown. The former Vilseck Falcon continues to be a receiving threat out the backfield and has racked up 120 receiving yards so far this season. Scott also had his best game rushing against the Orangemen, finishing with 22 yards on four attempts (5.5 yards per carry).

 

Duquesne (3-2) @ Hawaii (4-1)

The Duquesne Dukes came into this game with a lot of confidence. Coming in hot on a three-game winning-streak, Duquesne were ready to face their second FBS opponent of the season and prove that their early loss against UMass is the distant past. Duquesne started off with the right energy, and led by quarterback Daniel Parr the Dukes were up 14-0 halfway through the 1st quarter. The Duquesne offense started hot, but had trouble for the remainder of the game. Parr finished the day with three touchdown passes and a total offense of just 166 yards. Hawaii, led by sophomore quarterback Cole McDonald, finished with more than 500 yards of total offense en route to a 42-21 win. DreamCatcher and Austrian DT Maxi Hradecny once again remained on the sidelines stuck behind the Dukes’ seasoned defensive line.

 

Buffalo (4-0) @ Rutgers (1-3)

Two DreamCatchers squared off in New Jersey on Saturday. Rutgers Swedish passrusher Robin Jutwreten took on Buffalo’s German LB Fabian Weitz in a one-sided affair where Buffalo trampled the Scarlett Knights 42-13. Buffalo quarterback Tyree Jackson once again showed why he is a sure NFL draft pick. Early in the 2nd quarter he rolled out and easily made a stunning throw nearly 60 yards to receiver Anthony Johnson who was brought down at the Rutgers 1 yard line. Jackson has now steered a very potent Buffalo team to a 4-0 start, their best since 1981. Unfortunately neither Jutwreten nor Weitz saw the field as both are probably looking at a redshirt year.

 

Other DreamCatcher games:
Tulsa 17 @ Temple 31
Coastal Carolina 30 @ Louisiana 28
Pittsburgh 35 @ North Carolina 38
Ohio 30 @ Cincinnati 34
Central Dutch 35 @ Dubuque 13
St. Francis 28 @ Albany 35
Yale 30 @ Cornell 24
Nebraska 10 @ Michigan 56

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College Football 2018 – Week 4 Review

Uconn (1-3) @ Syracuse (4-0)

The Syracuse offense continues to roll under the guidance of Head Coach Dino Babers and this past week was no exception. Syracuse rushed and passed for more than 600 yards (341 on the ground and 295 yards in the air) and five scores in the 51-21 victory against the Connecticut Huskies. Syracuse’s biggest offensive weapon Sean Riley caught six passes for 120 yards and a touchdown and returned a punt 69-yards for six. In total, Riley finished the day with almost 300 all-purpose yards. On defense the Orangemen intercepted one pass and forced three additional fumbles.

The game’s biggest highlight came a couple of minutes into the 2nd quarter. Our 2017 DreamCatcher, Zavier Scott scored PPI’s first ever NCAA touchdown. The former Vilseck Falcon continues to be a receiving threat out the backfield and has racked up 120 receiving yards so far this season. Scott also had his best game rushing against the Orangemen, finishing with 22 yards on four attempts (5.5 yards per carry).

 

Duquesne (3-2) @ Hawaii (4-1)

The Duquesne Dukes came into this game with a lot of confidence. Coming in hot on a three-game winning-streak, Duquesne were ready to face their second FBS opponent of the season and prove that their early loss against UMass is the distant past. Duquesne started off with the right energy, and led by quarterback Daniel Parr the Dukes were up 14-0 halfway through the 1st quarter. The Duquesne offense started hot, but had trouble for the remainder of the game. Parr finished the day with three touchdown passes and a total offense of just 166 yards. Hawaii, led by sophomore quarterback Cole McDonald, finished with more than 500 yards of total offense en route to a 42-21 win. DreamCatcher and Austrian DT Maxi Hradecny once again remained on the sidelines stuck behind the Dukes’ seasoned defensive line.

 

Buffalo (4-0) @ Rutgers (1-3)

Two DreamCatchers squared off in New Jersey on Saturday. Rutgers Swedish passrusher Robin Jutwreten took on Buffalo’s German LB Fabian Weitz in a one-sided affair where Buffalo trampled the Scarlett Knights 42-13. Buffalo quarterback Tyree Jackson once again showed why he is a sure NFL draft pick. Early in the 2nd quarter he rolled out and easily made a stunning throw nearly 60 yards to receiver Anthony Johnson who was brought down at the Rutgers 1 yard line. Jackson has now steered a very potent Buffalo team to a 4-0 start, their best since 1981. Unfortunately neither Jutwreten nor Weitz saw the field as both are probably looking at a redshirt year.

 

Other DreamCatcher games:
Tulsa 17 @ Temple 31
Coastal Carolina 30 @ Louisiana 28
Pittsburgh 35 @ North Carolina 38
Ohio 30 @ Cincinnati 34
Central Dutch 35 @ Dubuque 13
St. Francis 28 @ Albany 35
Yale 30 @ Cornell 24
Nebraska 10 @ Michigan 56

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