Houston, Senior day

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20-17 and way too much time left
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I hope we didn't score too fast! Defense needs to step up!

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PeteRasche wrote:I hope we didn't score too fast! Defense needs to step up!


Might have to just let them score :roll:
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Well, if we give up 30 yards per pop it won't take long...

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4th and 1, Houston gets nada!
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2:41 left
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Huge senior day step up!

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Houston has 1 TO left
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Can't run into the line three times and punt. Be aggressive!

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OGSB wrote:Kelley is one of those announcers who gets excited when the other team does something.
That was my beef with him, back when they were trying to avoid giving the job to Graf.

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Houston has no more timeouts left. 2:38 left, 3rd and 8 Tulane
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PeteRasche wrote:Can't run into the line three times and punt. Be aggressive!


First down Tulane!
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And we call TO
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Huge first down! That should do it!

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1:48 left
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Let's make the clock run, then score a TD to beat them in the reverse of the Vegas odds.

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Encalade has had a huge game.

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This one belongs to THE WAVE!
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:bluecrowd: :bluecrowd: :bluecrowd: :bluecrowd: :bluecrowd:

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Two play drive for the TD after Houston scores.

A Helluva Hullabaloo!!
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Roller wrote:
OGSB wrote:Kelley is one of those announcers who gets excited when the other team does something.
That was my beef with him, back when they were trying to avoid giving the job to Graf.


Matson was the worst though. At least Kelley got excited both ways. Matson sounded like he was perpetually rooting for the other team.
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OGSB wrote:
Roller wrote:
OGSB wrote:Kelley is one of those announcers who gets excited when the other team does something.
That was my beef with him, back when they were trying to avoid giving the job to Graf.


Matson was the worst though. At least Kelley got excited both ways. Matson sounded like he was perpetually rooting for the other team.
tru dat
But at least, once we got "real" TV, I could sync the radio. At the beginning, unable to sync, I was forced to listen to ESPN's Principal Skinner Tribute Announcer.

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you should have been at the game, one of the most exciting crowds and game in a while. Has anyone heard any about graham.

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pearlriverwave wrote:you should have been at the game, one of the most exciting crowds and game in a while. Has anyone heard any about graham.

See the main board thread about the game.

Glad to hear the crowd was "exciting" but it certainly wasn't large, that was evident on TV. I'd hope the kind of game we played would make for some excitement.

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