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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 4:47 pm 
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DB’s getting lit up

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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DBs, sigh

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Moving to the TV. Check in at halftime.

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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There's wayyy too much red in the stands

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Yardage 160-70 Houston.

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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It's so depressing how you can sack a QB on 1st, stuff a run on second, and you're in no better shape on 3rd and long because the DBs can't cover and give up 20 or 30 yard pass.


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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Turnover on downs!

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Big stop!

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Defense bending A LOT but somehow not breaking!


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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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PeteRasche wrote:
It's so depressing how you can sack a QB on 1st, stuff a run on second, and you're in no better shape on 3rd and long because the DBs can't cover and give up 20 or 30 yard pass.


Preach it brother

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Defense bending A LOT but somehow not breaking!
D has given up 165 yards in barely more that a quarter. That's way over 600 yards in the game if this keeps up. Hard to keep points off the board giving up that many yards.


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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 4:58 pm 
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That was a great 3rd down throw to encalade

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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What? An option pitch? And it gained 5 yards. Waddaya know...


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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Navy & Notre Dame tied at 3 late 2nd.


10-10 halftime

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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TD Badie. Very nice drive!

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Nice drive. 10-3 Tulane

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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PeteRasche wrote:
It's so depressing how you can sack a QB on 1st, stuff a run on second, and you're in no better shape on 3rd and long because the DBs can't cover and give up 20 or 30 yard pass.


Not always!

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Some really nice plays this drive. Need to punch it in!


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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Where'd everyone go?
I got here late, caught up on the thread, and see that nobody has posted in nearly 15 minutes!

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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PeteRasche wrote:
Some really nice plays this drive. Need to punch it in!
Oops. As I was posting, here you come! :!: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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13-3 halftime. False start kills it.

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Groan. False start just as we had a TD in hand.


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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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LB_Watcher wrote:
PeteRasche wrote:
Defense bending A LOT but somehow not breaking!
D has given up 165 yards in barely more that a quarter. That's way over 600 yards in the game if this keeps up. Hard to keep points off the board giving up that many yards.


After 2: 176. Tulane has 251.

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Roller wrote:
Where'd everyone go?
I got here late, caught up on the thread, and see that nobody has posted in nearly 15 minutes!

:?: :?: :?:

The postings dropped way down once the game returned to ESPNEWS from ESPN3.

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 Post subject: Re: Houston, Senior day
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Nickerson!

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