Week XI (Schedule, Discussion, Scores)

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Week XI (Schedule, Discussion, Scores)

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Thursday November 7
Temple 17 at USF 7

Friday November 8
UCF 31 at Tulsa 34

Saturday November 9
ECU 51 at #23 SMU 59
UConn 3 at #17 Cincinnati 48
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Lines finally added
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WaveProf wrote:Lines finally added
SMU knows all about lines
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All interesting lines. I guess (won't bet) that Tulsa beats the spread and UC covers UCant just because.

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So far Cincy is the only bowl team passing an eye test this weekend, and that games still early
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A bunch of us were commenting after the Tulsa game that they were better than their record
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The bottom line is the league is very competitive. We aren't outclassed by anybody provided we dont sleep through the first quarter and avoid turnovers. That statement is true for most teams in our league

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Cincinnati up 31-0 on UConn........
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Cincinnati beats UConn 48-3. UConn with a 4th quarter score, likely disappoints those wanting a shutout (similar to when we played them).

UConn has ECU and Temple left in the AAC. May both beat them by 40+. A fitting farewell. If I cared a little more I would look at their average score in AAC play this year... it's pretty ugly.

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PeteRasche wrote:Cincinnati beats UConn 48-3. UConn with a 4th quarter score, likely disappoints those wanting a shutout (similar to when we played them).

UConn has ECU and Temple left in the AAC. May both beat them by 40+. A fitting farewell. If I cared a little more I would look at their average score in AAC play this year... it's pretty ugly.
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PeteRasche wrote:Cincinnati beats UConn 48-3. UConn with a 4th quarter score, likely disappoints those wanting a shutout (similar to when we played them).

UConn has ECU and Temple left in the AAC. May both beat them by 40+. A fitting farewell. If I cared a little more I would look at their average score in AAC play this year... it's pretty ugly.
Already 3rd worst point differential in AAC history with 2 to play
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We can win all 3 remaining games but could easily lose all three. Hopeful that this off week allowed us to heal most importantly, but also clean up penalties and work on playing 4 full quarters.
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