Week III (Schedule, Discussion, Scores)

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And that’s the end of Maryland being a ranked team.
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OGSB wrote:And that’s the end of Maryland being a ranked team.
They should have never been... but hey, the AAC will take a "beat a ranked opponent" stat anytime!

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UCF up two TD on Stanford early.
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Navy up 2 tds and in the red zone again in 1st qtr
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Tulsa quickly down 17-0, still 6:00 left first quarter.
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Every time I check in on UCF, their receivers are running wide open behind the defense. 28-7 UCF
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OSU 20 Tulsa 14, mid 2nd
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Tulsa goes up 21-20, late 2nd
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OGSB wrote:Tulsa goes up 21-20, late 2nd
Would be great for the AAC to get this one along with the Maryland win. As long as UCF keeps it up, we'd get Big 10, Big 12, and PAC-whatever all in one weekend!

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Yeah Tulsa winning would be a big surprise. Ok st has looked good thos year and Tulsa hasn't.

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OGSB wrote:Every time I check in on UCF, their receivers are running wide open behind the defense. 28-7 UCF
“This is starting to turn into a route”. 38-7 UCF halftime
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tulaneoutlaw wrote:Yeah Tulsa winning would be a big surprise. Ok st has looked good thos year and Tulsa hasn't.
Tulsa took the lead into half. 2 minutes into the 3rd now.
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OGSB wrote:
OGSB wrote:Every time I check in on UCF, their receivers are running wide open behind the defense. 28-7 UCF
“This is starting to turn into a route”. 38-7 UCF halftime
Two of my daughter's room mates are on color guard at UCF; my daughter just called, said she is working on her math homework. Guess she did not inherit my love of sports...

Oh, I noticed Tiger on the Stanford sideline; I told her that he was there, and she commented that she does not hold him very high regard...
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OGSB wrote:
tulaneoutlaw wrote:Yeah Tulsa winning would be a big surprise. Ok st has looked good thos year and Tulsa hasn't.
Tulsa took the lead into half. 2 minutes into the 3rd now.
OSU scores for the first time in their last 6 or 7 possessions, 27-21.
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AO Sig wrote:
Oh, I noticed Tiger on the Stanford sideline; I told her that he was there, and she commented that she does not hold him very high regard...
Sounds like a good judge of character. Well done, sir
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On 4th and 1 OSU runs 32 yards for a TD, should just about clinch it. 40-21
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Georgia Southern had Minnesota beat and let them convert a 3rd and 30 via a 4th and 8. Minnesota marched the length of the field and is about to take the lead from the 1. Terrible way to lose but totally self inflicted

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Mostly a very good night for the AAC
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PeteRasche wrote:
OGSB wrote:And that’s the end of Maryland being a ranked team.
They should have never been... but hey, the AAC will take a "beat a ranked opponent" stat anytime!
They lost to Penn St last night 59-0.
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