Gameday Blog Archived - Houston vs. Tulane
Nov. 24, 2012
6:17 p.m.And that's final - Houston wins after Eric Eiland comes up with his second interception of the game. Good bye for the season, Houston fans - we'll see you next year!
6:10 p.m.Ryan Jackson takes the handoff and hits the juke stick for a nine-yard touchdown run.
6:08 p.m.Eric Eiland forces his first fumble and recovers on the Tulane 16.
6:04 p.m.Houston grabs their 13th points off Tulane turnovers as Matt Hogan hits on a 33-yard field goal.
6:00 p.m.Trevon Stewart makes his first career interception and returns it 53 yards to the Tulane 10 - 15 yard penalty pushes the UH drive back to being.
5:53 p.m.About an 85-yard screen pass to Ryan Jackson is called back on a holding call. Coach Levine not happy with the call.
5:38 p.m.Beginning of the fourth quarter, Matt Hogan connects on a 34-yard FG. 3-for-3 today.
5:28 p.m.Tulane hits a 57-yard touchdown pass - Adrian McDonald caused a fumble on the long pass but the ball and Tulane WR carried into the end zone for a score. Two-play, 60-yard drive in 0:42.
5:24 p.m.Everett Daniels with his fifth pass break up of the game - one short of the school record.
5:18 p.m.Ryan Jackson busts it around the right side for a career-long 72-yard run and goes for a score. Three plays, 81 yards in 0:45 seconds.
4:51 p.m.Everett Daniels comes up with his fourth pass break up on this drive. Defense holds in the red zone and forces a Tulane field goal.
4:51 p.m.Second half begins with UH defense forcing a punt and then Dewayne Peace making a 48-yard catch.
Crawford throws his third interception of the game.
4:22 p.m.End of the first half stats:
4:10 p.m.25-yard field goal is good by Hogan. Gives Houston 10 points off turnovers today.
4:04 p.m.Ryan Jackson catches a pass out of the backfield and scampers for 26 yards, fumbles the ball near the goal line with the play being reviewed. Close call, but Houston ball.
3:59 p.m.Zach McMillian makes his team-leading 5th interception of the year, in his third-straight game. Gives Houston the ball on the Tulane 35.
3:53 p.m.Missed horse collar call puts Farrow on the sidelines.
3:48 p.m.Kelvin King gets a piece of the ball, and more of the punter, on Tulane's third punt of the game. Short punt gives Houston the ball on their own 31.
3:43 p.m.Richie Leone gets his first punt of the day - launches it 62 yards but goes into the end zone.
3:34 p.m.DPI extends the Tulane drive after coming up short on third down - Tulane finds the end zone with a 10-yard pass to Rush.
3:27 p.m.Career-long 61 yarder by Deontay Greenberry gets negated with Houston's second interception, this time in the end zone.
3:22 p.m.End of the first quarter - Houston driving from their own 22-yard line.
3:17 p.m.Adrian McDonald rips the ball away from Tulane's RB Orleans Darkwa and recovers the ball himself. Play is being reviewed.
3:16 p.m.Crawford Jones makes the first mistake for Houston on the day - tried to find Farrow on the scramble and didn't see the defensive lineman lurking. Interception for Tulane.
3:09 p.m.32-yard field goal for Matt Hogan. 17-of-22 on the year for the senior.
17 points in the first quarter ties a season-high for the opening quarter matching the 17 against North Texas.
3:01 p.m.And here's the video of D.J. entering the field.
2:54 p.m.Video of Dominic Miller proposing to his
2:50 p.m.And Houston gets seven points off the turnover with an 8-play 80-yard drive taking 2:14 off the clock. Seniors Crawford Jones, Ronnie Williams and Phillip Steward making the most of their final game so far.
2:47 p.m.Phillip Steward makes his third interception of the year, giving Houston the ball on their own 20-yard line.
2:45 p.m.Houston comes out in a 3-4 today with Bamfo and Mathews manning the OLB positions. Riser, Scypion and Allen started on the DL and Steward and Daniels playing ILB.
2:40 p.m.Four-play drive ends with a 22-yard touchdown to Ronnie Williams on third-and-five.
2:39 p.m.D.J. Hayden and his mom were able to make Senior Day.
2:35 p.m.Tulane wins the toss, Houston gets the ball first. Kenneth Farrow rips off a 48-yard rush on the first play from scrimmage.
Breakfast of champions, provided by @TyTyGonza
12:50 p.m.Very cool and touching tribute to D.J.