2014 American Athletic Roundup – Week 14

    Nov. 28 Houston 35, at SMU 9 And You Care Because … Greg Ward Jr. ran for three touchdowns from 38, four and five yards out, and Kenneth Farrow ran for

    December 1, 2014

    Nov. 28 Houston 35, at SMU 9 
    And You Care Because … Greg Ward Jr. ran for three touchdowns from 38, four and five yards out, and Kenneth Farrow ran for third quarter scores from 11 and 14 yards away as Houston ran away for the win. SMU held a 9-7 halftime lead after Jeremiah Gaines caught a 67-yard touchdown pass late in the first half, but it was all Houston the rest of the way with 28 unanswered points. 
    What Else? Houston QB Greg Ward Jr. completed 17-of-28 passes for 144 yards with a pick, and ran 14 times for 93 yards and three touchdowns 
    – SMU QB Matt Davis completed 13-of-27 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown, and ran 20 times for 70 yards 
    – Houston RB Kenneth Farrow ran 18 times for 110 yards and two scores 
    – Total yards: Houston 433 – SMU 223 
    Game Rating: 

    Nov. 29 Cincinnati 14, at Temple 6 
    And You Care Because … The Bearcats earned a piece of the AAC title, getting all the points they’d need in the second quarter on a three-yard Mekale McKay touchdown catch and a one-yard Mike Boone run. The defense did the rest, setting up the first score on a forced fumble, and allowing just two field goals. The Owls got a 30-yard Austin Jones field goal in the first, and a 31-yard kick in the third, and that was it. 
    What Else? Cincinnati QB Gunner Kiel completed 19-of-31 passes for 174 yards and a score 
    – Temple QB P.J. Walker completed 19-of-35 passes for 196 yards, and ran 12 times for 33 yards 
    – Time of possession: Temple 33:06 – Cincinnati 26:54 
    – Total yards: Temple 267 – Cincinnati 255 
    Game Rating: 

    Nov. 28 UCF 16, at South Florida 0 
    And You Care Because … UCF didn’t get the offense moving too well, but it came up with two big second quarter drives finishing with a seven-yard Breshad Perriman touchdown catch and a 21-yard Rannell Hall run for all the points needed. UCF DE Thomas Niles came up with a sack in the third quarter for the only other points. The Bulls only managed 200 yards of total offense. 
    What Else? UCF QB Justin Holman completed 20-of-29 passes for 150 yards and a score with a pick 
    – South Florida quarterbacks combined for 18-of-39 passes for 195 yards 
    – South Florida ran 22 times for five yards 
    – Third down conversions: UCF 11-of-18 – South Florida 5-of-14 
    Game Rating: C- 

    Nov. 29 at Memphis 41, Connecticut 10 
    And You Care Because … Paxton Lynch threw four touchdown passes with two to Keiwone Malone from six and nine yards out, and finding Tevin Jones from 12 yards away and Phil Mayhue from 21 yards out in the third. Connecticut could only managed a 45-yard field goal in a 34-3 Tiger run. The Huskies finally got into the end zone on a 39-yard Arkeel Newsome catch in the fourth. Memphis answered with a one-yard Jarvis Cooper run. 
    What Else? Memphis QB Paxton Lynch completed 22-of-41 passes for 194 yards and four scores, and ran nine times for 40 yards 
    – Connecticut QB Tim Boyle completed 12-of-24 passes for 160 yards and a touchdown with a pick 
    – Total yards: Memphis 372 – Connecticut 269 
    – Penalties: Connecticut 10 for 115 yards – Memphis 4 for 40 yards 
    Game Rating: 


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