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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:08 pm 
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Wave WINS!!! What a relief--yes, Virginia, we can compete with a 1-AA team. Hooray!!!

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even in '98, I felt like we under-performed against a few teams we should have creamed.


We let Army hang around too long in 1998. The Option ate us up.

That game was won on the legs of Shawn King with the QB draw.


Great Memory. It is my all time favorite Tulane game. I'd kill for a copy of it.

As would I. I met my wife DURING that game. Despite not caring one iota about Tulane, she sat down and watched the rest of the game with me. Can you say "keeper"?


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:08 pm 
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Thank God it's over.

G-d, another I-AA escape.....


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:09 pm 
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We have now exceeded the expectations of the Sporting News. :twisted:


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OK, let's go take Ole Miss to the woodshed.


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Better a win to build on --

Saw some good - saw some areas that needed some attention

Roll Wave!


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that's right, we have Ole Miss, right where we want them - underwhelmed..overconfident...laughing.... I could go on.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:11 pm 
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noladave wrote:
that's right, we have Ole Miss, right where we want them - underwhelmed..overconfident...laughing.... I could go on.


The Rebels will probably just start their preps for their SEC opener; I'm sure they're scout team can give them a tougher time than we will.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:12 pm 
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Sck! Game over 27-21.

Tulane remains undefeated in 2010! First home opener win since 2002.

We're going undefeated, aren't we Roller?


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Why is there no "Edit" option on this page? Stupid typos...

self demonstration... :wink:


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:13 pm 
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Well at least we won. Going to be a long season.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:13 pm 
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Let's prepare to be scolded by the "Wise Owls" of the Board that explain Tulane intentionally went with a vanilla offense to not tip our cards to Ole Miss.

My final thoughts on this game: Unfortunately, I think the team's reaction after the last play explains how much confidence they have in themselves. I remember a Tulane team that was absolutely disgusted that they let Northwestern St hang around (yes, even after victory - none of this a win is a win sh*t). This squad just acted like they were just won their First Round NCAA Basketball game as a 14 seed. Act like you have been there before boys...especially against this level of competition.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:14 pm 
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PeteRasche wrote:
QuarterbackU wrote:
DCGreenie wrote:
QuarterbackU wrote:
Roller wrote:
even in '98, I felt like we under-performed against a few teams we should have creamed.


We let Army hang around too long in 1998. The Option ate us up.

That game was won on the legs of Shawn King with the QB draw.


Great Memory. It is my all time favorite Tulane game. I'd kill for a copy of it.

As would I. I met my wife DURING that game. Despite not caring one iota about Tulane, she sat down and watched the rest of the game with me. Can you say "keeper"?


I have a copy of the game. A USM fan who used to post on here made it for me. When I get around to unpacking my DVDs I'll make some copies.

Edit: I remembered I can't make copies anymore, but if someone can, I can mail them the DVD and they can copy it and mail it back.


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PeteRasche wrote:
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Sck! Game over 27-21.

Tulane remains undefeated in 2010! First home opener win since 2002.

We're going undefeated, aren't we Roller?

At least into week 2.

We can win the next one, too, if the team really wants to.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:17 pm 
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Great Memory. It is my all time favorite Tulane game. I'd kill for a copy of it.[/quote]
As would I. I met my wife DURING that game. Despite not caring one iota about Tulane, she sat down and watched the rest of the game with me. Can you say "keeper"?[/quote]

I have a copy of the game. A USM fan who used to post on here made it for me. When I get around to unpacking my DVDs I'll make some copies.[/quote]

I was on the sideline for that game. It was an amazing atmosphere. A lot of guys from the 1998 squad have been looking to get some copies. I'll go on record, I'll donate $200 to TAF in your name if you eventually get me one sir!!!

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FW wrote:
I have a copy of the game. A USM fan who used to post on here made it for me. When I get around to unpacking my DVDs I'll make some copies.

Edit: I remembered I can't make copies anymore, but if someone can, I can mail them the DVD and they can copy it and mail it back.

I can gladly. PM me!


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:21 pm 
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QuarterbackU wrote:
Great Memory. It is my all time favorite Tulane game. I'd kill for a copy of it.

As would I. I met my wife DURING that game. Despite not caring one iota about Tulane, she sat down and watched the rest of the game with me. Can you say "keeper"?[/quote]

I have a copy of the game. A USM fan who used to post on here made it for me. When I get around to unpacking my DVDs I'll make some copies.[/quote]

I was on the sideline for that game. It was an amazing atmosphere. A lot of guys from the 1998 squad have been looking to get some copies. I'll go on record, I'll donate $200 to TAF in your name if you eventually get me one sir!!![/quote]
Curious, QBU... what about that game made it so special for you? I remember it was back and forth, and came down to the 4th quarter, but what made it more special than, say, the USM win, Louisville, LA Tech, BYU?


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:22 pm 
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Pete, check your PM


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DCG, you should not be too down. After all, you predicted 28-21, so this was about what you expected!

Pete/FW...perhaps we could work out a production process with several duplicators (make a couple and mail them to others who make a couple and mail them to ....etc. ?

If there is enough demand, that is...


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:23 pm 
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Like I told Pete in a PM, I have the Army, USM and Houston games from 1998. We'll figure something out if there is a big demand.


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PeteRasche wrote:
This scoreboard seems to be the only place people can air their real feeling about the team on this forum
It's curious how Yogwf has "evolved" in that direction, but I've noticed it, too. Reality has a way of intruding in the most random spaces.

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I have believed since last season ended that we will go either 0-12 or 1-11 this season, depending on what happens in the next two minutes.

Right now, it's looking like a pretty good prediction.
I still think we have a legitimate chance to take Army and Rice at home. I realize one game does not a season make. But 3-9 looks like this team's ceiling.


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Native Georgian wrote:
PeteRasche wrote:
This scoreboard seems to be the only place people can air their real feeling about the team on this forum
It's curious how Yogwf has "evolved" in that direction, but I've noticed it, too. Reality has a way of intruding in the most random spaces.

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I have believed since last season ended that we will go either 0-12 or 1-11 this season, depending on what happens in the next two minutes.

Right now, it's looking like a pretty good prediction.
I still think we have a legitimate chance to take Army and Rice at home. I realize one game does not a season make. But 3-9 looks like this team's ceiling.

Marshall may be real doody. YOu never know when some teams fall apart. USM looks not that great too.
We'll learn a ton next week.

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