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Yeah, we need to work on that next week. The part about K-State owns us, that is.
Hook 'Em! ...'til early in the morn.
BTW, Stanford has a hellacious group of LB's. Big, smart and athletic - all of them. At least three will be NFL players IMO.
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I've never been someone to think that way. You can dwell on the past all you want or you can simply look at what's in front of you. I know nobody gave Baylor a shot tonight and look what happen. Hopefully our guys go in to that game with a different mindset than yours. Tonight is a prime example of teams just going out and playing rather than listening to all the outside chatter and "noise" that attempts to predict games before they are even played. It happens every week, but that's what makes college football so exciting to me. Every game still matters and we've got a big one against TCU and another after that. We could easily lose both if we come out like Kstate did tonight, but we could certainly win both. The "past" as you suggest will have nothing to do with that either way. Just go play!
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by txhookem78 17 months ago
OU got torn to pieces tonight (788 yards given up on D). A good chunk of that was in the run game (Austin), but one thing is for sure, Gundy is going to work that OU D over based on what OU has shown against Baylor and now WVU in the run game. I think OSU is actually more balanced than WVU right now and that makes them even more dangerous. They definitely have a better defense than WVU, so on paper, I think OSU looks good in that game, however you never know when your on the road and in a rivalry game. Stoops will have his team ready, but I think Gundy will too. Based on what I've seen between both lately, I like OSU in this one.
Notre Dame will be #1 followed by 6 SEC teams. Just when it looked like we would get to see a NCG without an SEC team, now we're all but guaranteed to see at least one and possibly two SEC teams playing in the NCG again. It was bad enough having to listen to all of the SEC love before, now that a&m is there it will be unbearable. Not to mention, the effect it could have on recruiting.
Enjoyed the games, hated the results. The only bright spot is that we have a chance at winning the Big12.
This post was edited by BigD4UT 17 months ago
One team is getting healthy, while the other team is losing starters.
Plus ou's OL is going to face 2 salty DL(s) in their next games.
This post was edited by NLeininger 17 months ago
As an older poster I have heard all the ND mush before. It has already started with Lou Holtz saying they are the best team before KSU and Oregon got beat. They most likely will be the team of the century by Tuesday.
275-0 scoring margin
Dana X Bible's National Championship team
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-- D. Royal-Mack Brown how to coach a team after a losing season
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