November 29, 2007

Big one against N.D.

A barn burner tonight in Minneapolis tonight as the Badgers beat #12 Notre Dame 34-31 in OT. Eric Ferguson was 9 of 15 with 2 TDs and 1 INT. Junior All American Jimmy Sullivan put up 15 on the ground with 3TDs and another 62 through the air. Avery Williams picked up 91 yards receiving. Game was sponsored by Mineapolis Landscaping a full service landscape directory.

November 27, 2007

What A Barn Burner!

Eric Ferguson was 6/14 with 172 Yards and 2 TDs (2 INTs)
Jimmy Sullivan was held to 67 yards rushing, but had a 67 yard touchdown reception.
David Swan put up 2 TDs on 28 Yards

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This week in the fictional land of Digital Madison the Badgers played the #5 Ohio State Buckeyes. The first play of the Wisconsin offense was a Pick 6, however, the Badgers answered quickly with a 53 yard touchdown pass to Senior Wideout A. Williams. Then again just before the 1st quarter clocked expired to Jimmy Sullivan for 67 more yards. Midway through the second quarter Wisconsin put another touchdown on the board, making the score 21-7. Looking dominate, Wisconsin appeared to be rolling, however, Ohio State put on more TD up on the board on a 12 yard pass with 17 seconds left in the half. The crowd in Minneapolis was excited for a great second half.

The Bucks came out with a long drive and were held to a 24 yard field goal on the opening drive of the second half. Another returned interception, this time for 66 yards before the Touchdown. Ohio State takes the lead 24-21 heading into the 4th quarter. The Badgers worked the ball down the field setting up a touchdown with 24 seconds left in the game. They held on for the win 28-24... whew!

November 26, 2007

Week 4 wrapup

This week I played undefeated Illinois in Madison. The game, as always was played in Minneapolis to a crowd of 65,405 digital fans, and my dog. Wisconsin opened with a convincing drive capped by a 10 yard pass to Jimmy Sullivan. The next two plays were both kick returns for touchdowns. Illinois took the lead 7-6 (on a missed WI kick), but Respress ran one back 97 yards to match the Illini's 101 yard return. Converted a two point conversion to go up 14-7 and never looked back.

David Swan had a 38 yard rushing touchdown and then just 32 seconds later scored on a 67 yard punt return. Illinois closed the half with a field goal to turn the game into a 28-10 halftime matchup.

Jimmy Sullivan showed off his white teeth, grinning to a 31 yard third quarter touchdown run, and Senior QB Eric Ferguson put up the final touchdown with a 5 yard scamper up the gut.

November 23, 2007

Week Three Ends slowly...

The score at the end of the game showed how ultimately boring this duel was. 14-7, both passing touchdowns by Eric Ferguson. Fergy cracked off a 212.2 QB rating on a day that featured 13 of 17 completed for 220 yards. After 13 straight games over 100 yards, never missing one in college, Jimmy Sullivan took 1/3 of a yard off his career total on the day, running for -0.3 on 6 carries for the day. All-American David Swan picked up the Sulllack (slack) and put up 102 yards on 17 carries.

From Minneapolis, Minnesota Fake AP Reporter Jimmy Salverson

November 21, 2007

Wrapping up Week 2

Just finish up the second week of Football for the season. The game opened with two pick six's for the Badgers- both User picks. Florida covered the run well and were very solid defensively throughout. Regardless of their solid effort, Florida was dominated 31-6.

First year starter, Senior QB Eric Ferguson was confused by the Florida linebackers much of the game throwing just 3 for 11 with 42 yards and a pick. Two-Time All-American and last season's Walker winner, Jimmy Sullivan has not had a game under 100 yards rushing since his first game as a Redshirt Freshman when he exploded for his century mark. Sullivan found the end zone twice in the second half and ran for 113 total. All-American David Swan didn't see as much action as the flamboyant Sullivan, ending with 22 yards on 3 carries.

Sophomore Ironman Wideout/Defensive Back Zach Ortiz had a Pick 6 to start the game, and Super Frosh Bruce Huff pick sixed the next pass- returning it 77 yards. Ironically, the fictional character Bruce Huff was recruiting from Minneapolis, Minnesota.