UCF -- Senior Day

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SMU will score 60+.
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LB_Watcher wrote:two things jump out.

1. we cannot tackle

2. we are 3-13 on 3rd down
Make that 3 things.

We are penalized way to much. Just kills drives on offense, and extends other team's drives.

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let's categorize this as "not as bad an ass whipping as Memphis, but nothing positive can be taken from this effort"

McMillan is on the Banks curve.. getting worse each game.. and it's mostly due to the offensive line.. there is so much film on them now and their deficiencies that lines like Temple's and UCF's are pwning them
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But our fans just love trick plays!

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Almost in the red zone. A TD here or go home.

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AAC refs are at least consistent.. they suck every game for every team... forget them blowing the too many men on the field call there, several plays before that, Dauphine had the first down and we got a horrific spot.. lost yards on 2nd and fortunately Bradwell got the first... they screwed us on a few spots today
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The CBS Sports TV production crew should be pistol whipped.
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Got the TD. 34-24 and less than 7:30 left.

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QuarterbackU wrote:The CBS Sports TV production crew should be pistol whipped.
I honestly thought we were going to miss plays when they were interviewing the UCF linebacker's mom.. was shocked when we didn't.. the split screen with replay is annoying.. how 'bout just don't show the fking replay? Unless it's a game changing moment.. we can see it later if it was that great a play
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It just doesn't feel like we are gaining any ground on the top of the league. The loss to Navy still stings. What felt like a turn the corner season has quickly turned into plateauing from last year

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This game has really been frustrating

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Johnny Mac wrote:AAC refs are at least consistent.. they suck every game for every team... forget them blowing the too many men on the field call there, several plays before that, Dauphine had the first down and we got a horrific spot.. lost yards on 2nd and fortunately Bradwell got the first... they screwed us on a few spots today
I think Aresco needs to call them on the carpet after the season. Several AAC teams are in the bottom of the nation in penalties. It's entirely due to amateurish refs throwing flags so they can make sure the camera knows they are there. Seen this in multiple AAC games this year, not just ours

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Kick it deep.
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tulaneoutlaw wrote:It just doesn't feel like we are gaining any ground on the top of the league. The loss to Navy still stings. What felt like a turn the corner season has quickly turned into plateauing from last year
Perhaps with our coaching staff and players, we really are just a middle of the pack AAC team. We're not there yet, though I think Fritz is going to be successful as the Tulane coach.

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I don't agree with the call and I absolutely don't agree with the execution attempt.

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tulaneoutlaw wrote:It just doesn't feel like we are gaining any ground on the top of the league. The loss to Navy still stings. What felt like a turn the corner season has quickly turned into plateauing from last year
You're telling me the Navy loss stings. We were at a restaurant down the street and I had to listen to about 30 Navy fans cheer as the final FG went through
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krewe of ham and eggs wrote:
tulaneoutlaw wrote:It just doesn't feel like we are gaining any ground on the top of the league. The loss to Navy still stings. What felt like a turn the corner season has quickly turned into plateauing from last year
You're telling me the Navy loss stings. We were at a restaurant down the street and I had to listen to about 30 Navy fans cheer as the final FG went through
Tell me about it. I had to listen to about 30,000.
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Holding penalty lets UCF run another 40 seconds off the clock.

They need to adjust that rule.
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TUPF wrote:
krewe of ham and eggs wrote:
tulaneoutlaw wrote:It just doesn't feel like we are gaining any ground on the top of the league. The loss to Navy still stings. What felt like a turn the corner season has quickly turned into plateauing from last year
You're telling me the Navy loss stings. We were at a restaurant down the street and I had to listen to about 30 Navy fans cheer as the final FG went through
Tell me about it. I had to listen to about 30,000.
Ok you win
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krewe of ham and eggs wrote:
TUPF wrote:
krewe of ham and eggs wrote:
tulaneoutlaw wrote:It just doesn't feel like we are gaining any ground on the top of the league. The loss to Navy still stings. What felt like a turn the corner season has quickly turned into plateauing from last year
You're telling me the Navy loss stings. We were at a restaurant down the street and I had to listen to about 30 Navy fans cheer as the final FG went through
Tell me about it. I had to listen to about 30,000.
Ok you win
:lol: I rather I had not.
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Defense gets a much needed stop. :roll:
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Well, at least we did not get curb stomped. I don’t know which feels worse.
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We have a chance
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We have no timeouts. We must score quickly,get the onside kick and then a FG. without Time outs. Hard.

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I would have kicked the FG
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