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College Football Recap Week 3

  • September 23, 2020
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Marshall 17, Appalachian State 7
In front of a partial crowd at home, Marshall got an impressive win over Appalachian State. The Mountaineers were their own worst enemy, as two turnovers and a missed field goal proved costly, essentially taking points off the board. Meanwhile, the Thundering Herd was able to win this game with their rushing attack. Brenden Knox ran the ball 28 carries for 138 yards and a touchdown. Freshman quarterback Grant Wells had a few issues, completing just 11 of his 25 passes. However, the Marshall running game and defense got the job done, winning as six-point home underdogs.

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UCF 49, Georgia Tech 21
This game was a lot more competitive than the final score indicates. Georgia Tech scored a touchdown early in the fourth quarter to make it a 28-21 game. However, the wheels fell off and a potent UCF offense ended up running away with it late. The Knights ended with 660 yards, and five Georgia Tech turnovers didn’t help. True freshman quarterback Jeff Sims completed 18 of his 36 passes for 244 yards while rushing for 82 yards on the ground for the Yellow Jackets. However, he also threw a couple of picks. Meanwhile, UCF quarterback Dillon Gabriel got his 2020 campaign started on the right foot, throwing for 417 yards and four touchdowns. The Knights also had three different players score rushing touchdowns, as the entire UCF offense picked up where it left off a year ago.

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Miami 47, Louisville 34
If you stayed up for the second half of this game, you were not disappointed because it turned into an offensive highlight reel. Miami looked comfortable with a 20-6 halftime lead, only for the Cardinals to find their stride offensively in the second half. Malik Cunningham finished with 307 passing yards and three touchdowns while Javian Hawkins ran for 164 yards. However, the Cardinals also turned it over three times while the Louisville defense couldn’t get stops against D’Eriq King and the Miami offense. King had 325 passing yards and three touchdowns while Cam’Ron Harris rushed for 134 yards on just nine carries. Miami’s offense was ultimately too much, sending the Canes to 2-0 ahead of next week’s rivalry game with Florida State. As for the Cardinals, they dropped their ACC opener and now three straight road games against Pitt, Georgia Tech, and Notre Dame.

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