Simming The Season, Week 11: UCLA Gets Left In Ruins

I can't stop laughing at this picture

I may or may not have just quoted E-Drid. He's a big time Coug though, so I'm pretty sure he's ok with the copyright infringement.

The Cougs improve to 8-2 with a 41-17 stomping of the Bruins in Pullman. In real life, this game takes place the same day as my wedding. November 10th is already going to be the best day in my life, might as well make Bruins Nation scream for Jim Mora's firing while we're at it. Because who doesn't love dinner and a show?

Jeff Tuel was your Player of the Game throwing for over 300 yards and 4 TDs. Marquess Wilson didn't catch a TD pass for the first time since Sherwood and Nusser were in school (which was during the Roosevelt administration, I believe), but he still put up over 100 yards receiving. Bobby Ratliff caught 2 TDs which allowed Mark to finally add more hair and fingernail clippings to his Ratliff shrine.

The Cougs remain unranked, however, because ugh, this game is really, really dumb.

Passing:
Jeff Tuel: 23/39, 338 yards, 4 TDs, 2 INTs, L47, 3 sacks

Rushing:
Jeff Tuel: 16 carries, 61 yards, 1 TD

I WISH HE WOULD JUST STOP RUNNING ALREADY

Carl Winston: 1 carry, 6 yards
Rickey Galvin: 1 carry, 4 yards

Receiving:
Marquess Wilson: 9 catches, 119 yards, 0 TDs, L37
Bobby Ratliff: 6 catches, 74 yards, 2 TDs, L33, 1 drop
Andrei Lintz: 4 catches, 89 yards, 1 TD, L47
Rahmel Dockery: 2 catches, 28 yards, 0 TDs, L23
Max Hersey: 2 catches, 28 yards, 1 TD, L20

Defense:
Chester Su'a: 11 tackles, 3 solo, 0 sacks, 0 INTs, 1 FF, 0 FR
Eric Oertel: 11 tackles, 6 solo, 0 sacks, 0 INTs, 2 deflections
Cyrus Coen: 10 tackles, 6 solo, 0 sacks, 0 INTs, 3 deflections
Adam Coerper: 8 tackles, 2 solo, 1.5 sacks, 1 FF, 1 FR
Nolan Washington: 5 tackles, 2 solo, 0 sacks, 1 INT, 1 deflection
Deone Bucannon: 4 tackles, 3 solo, 0 sacks, 1 INT, 2 deflections
Travis Long: 2 tackles, 0 solo, 0.5 sacks, 0 FF, 1 FR

Around the Pac 12:
Utah 48, UW 17
Stanford 52, Oregon State 7
Oregon 32, Cal 25 (OT)
USC 45, Arizona State 10
Arizona 38, Colorado 17

Pac 12 Standings:

North
1) Washington State (8-2) [5-2]
2) Oregon (7-3) [4-3]
3) Stanford (5-5) [3-4]
4) Oregon State (3-7) [1-6]
5) Washington (4-6) [1-6]
6) Cal (2-9) [0-8]

South
1) Utah (10-0) [7-0]
2) USC (9-1) [7-1]
3) Arizona (7-3) [5-2]
4) Arizona State (5-5) [4-3]
5) UCLA (6-4) [3-4]
6) Colorado (4-6) [3-4]

Top 25:
1) Utah (10-0)
2) Iowa (10-0)
3) Nevada (10-0)
4) USC (9-1)
5) Virginia Tech (9-1)
6) Arkansas (8-2)
7) Texas (9-1)
8) Kansas State (9-1)
9) Oklahoma (7-2)
10) Wisconsin (9-1)
11) Georgia (8-2)
12) Alabama (8-2)
13) Michigan (8-2)
14) NC State (9-1)
15) Notre Dame (8-2)
16) TCU (8-2)
17) LSU (7-3)
18) Texas A&M (7-3)
19) Texas Tech (7-3)
20) Georgia Tech (8-2)
21) Florida State (7-3)
22) Tulsa (9-1)
23) Florida (7-3)
24) Nebraska (7-3)
25) Illinois (7-3)

Others receiving votes:
Auburn, Washington State, Toldeo, Oregon, Arizona, Ohio State, Clemson, Tennessee

  • Illinois being ranked is an absolute joke. Their three losses have been to Central Michigan (!), a 5-5 Penn State team, and to Wisconsin. Their big win was against Michigan. Their wins are: @Arizona State, vs. FCS SE, vs. Louisiana Tech, @Michigan, vs. Indiana, @Ohio State (by 3 in OT), and vs. Minnesota. Oh man, such a tough and grueling schedule!
  • Jeff Tuel is still 4th in the Heisman Race.
  • Tuel is 135 yards away from breaking Ryan Leaf's single season record for most passing yards, which he should get easily next week against Arizona State.
  • Marquess Wilson's stats through 10 games: 119 catches, 1882 yards, 18 TDs.

Award Semifinalists:
Maxwell (Best Player)
Jeff Tuel, 1
Jordan Wynn, Utah, 2
Marquess Wilson, 3
Seth Doege, Texas Tech, 4
Collin Klein, Kansas State, 5

Walter Camp (POTY)
Richard Samuel, Georgia, 1
Marquess Wilson, 2
Jeff Tuel, 3
Collin Klein, Kansas State, 4
Jordan Wynn, Utah, 5

Davey O'Brien (Best QB)
Jeff Tuel, 1
Jordan Wynn, Utah, 2
Seth Doege, Texas Tech, 3
Matt Barkley, USC, 4
Garrett Gilbert, SMU, 5

Biletnikoff (Best WR)
Marquess wilson, 1
Devonte Christopher, Utah, 2
Ryan Swope, Texas A&M, 3
Kenny Stills, Oklahoma, 4
Quinton Patton, LA Tech, 5

Mackey (Best TE)
Kendrick Moeai, Utah, 1
Eric Martin, VA Tech, 2
Ryan Otten, San Jose State, 3
Chris Gragg, Arkansas, 4
Andrei Lintz, 5

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RIP Tony Scott.
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