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  • Lobot
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    Around the American ‘20-21

    This conference looks so much better without UConn it.

    Anyway, this is a placeholder for now

  • Binturong05
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    Originally posted by RedDog View Post
    Tulsa played lethargic and disinterested and looks like they will lose to a BAD SEC team. This is embarrassing for the AAC.
    The stats suggest Tulsa outperformed offensively...
    Total yards: Tulsa 484. Miss St. 271
    First Downs: Tulsa 27. Miss St. 16
    Avg. Yards per play: Tulsa 5.6. Miss. St. 4.5
    Net Rushing Yds: Tulsa 137. Miss St. 123

    Zach Smith threw for 347 yards, while MSU's QB tossed for just 148. And while both had a TD in the game, the difference was Smith threw 2 INTs and Rogers none. One of those TDs went 90 yds the other way for a Miss St. defensive TD. Can't turn the ball over and expect to win. Similar thing happened to Florida against Oklahoma with Trask throwing three interceptions in the blowout loss 55-20 to the Sooners.
    Last edited by Binturong05; 12-31-2020, 07:26 PM.

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  • Pharmfam
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    Originally posted by Bearcat Chris View Post
    Mississippi State, who ends 4-7, only lost to Georgia by 7. Georgia is not a team of "supermen". We can beat them.

    B.C.
    P.S. Our fight with Hawaii after the game, 20 years ago, was a "better" brawl! Remember the guy trying to beat UC players with the crutch!
    That Hawaii game years ago was an ugly, dirty game. I never want to see UC go there to play again.

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  • Bearcat Chris
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    Mississippi State, who ends 4-7, only lost to Georgia by 7. Georgia is not a team of "supermen". We can beat them.

    B.C.
    P.S. Our fight with Hawaii after the game, 20 years ago, was a "better" brawl! Remember the guy trying to beat UC players with the crutch!

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  • Lobot
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    Originally posted by Lobot View Post
    Tulsa did end up putting up a fight but was unsuccessful on the onside kick at the end and went down 28-26
    I predicted the future. They did put up a fight. A brawl even.

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  • Lobot
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    Tulsa did end up putting up a fight but was unsuccessful on the onside kick at the end and went down 28-26

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  • Lobot
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    Doesn't help when you have the best defensive player in the country and he doesn't play.

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  • RedDog
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    Tulsa played lethargic and disinterested and looks like they will lose to a BAD SEC team. This is embarrassing for the AAC.

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  • swilsonsp4
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    Houston played as if they couldn't care less, falling behind Hawaii, 21-0 at the half. They were more interested in the third quarter, scoring two quick TD's. Then, their special teams let them down, allowing a 92-yard kickoff return for a TD that represented the final score of the game. Hawaii, 28-14.

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  • Lobot
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    Originally posted by RedDog View Post

    Wasn't that Williams that dropped the wide open TD pass early? That would have gotten UCF right back in the game and made a big difference. They pouted after that drop and the flood gates opened.
    It wasn't him after all. WIlliams declared for the draft after we beat UCF at their place.

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  • Lobot
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    Memphis news: Brady White is going to the NFL rather than complete his doctorate degree. He'll be replaced by Grant Gunnells who just transferred in from Arizona.

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  • Lobot
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    Originally posted by RedDog View Post

    Wasn't that Williams that dropped the wide open TD pass early? That would have gotten UCF right back in the game and made a big difference. They pouted after that drop and the flood gates opened.
    If it was, he ended up with a goose egg on the receptions end becuase he's not in the box score.

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  • RedDog
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    Originally posted by Lobot View Post
    One note: UCF was down 3 starters in the defensive backfield and top WR Marlon WIlliams was a DNP or opted out or something in that game.
    Wasn't that Williams that dropped the wide open TD pass early? That would have gotten UCF right back in the game and made a big difference. They pouted after that drop and the flood gates opened.

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  • Lobot
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    Heupel: Frost is Butch Jones: Brian Kelly in this scenario. Heupel maintained the status quo as long as he could and now it's starting to slide backwards on defense.

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  • Gilenerm
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    UCF didn't look very motivated from the start, but the offense came alive in the second half. Probably because BYU was up so much. Gabriel didn't look very good. UCF fans are calling for Heupel's head on Twitter. Not a good look in any way for the conference.

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