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That doesn't sound refreshing at all!!!
don't knock it til you've tried it
ND was over a TD fav against Stanford and was a 4 pt fav over USC
Not sure anyone was saying ND was going to get destroyed by either of those two teams
Not sure anyone's really impressed with an 180 offensive yard effort & 12 first downs against a very average VT team that still took OT to defeat
user Moon seems like a real faggot lol
"Religion is fundamentally opposed to everything I hold in veneration--courage, clear thinking, honesty...and love of truth"
Oh you Spartys. Still hung up on Michigan's BCS bowl win.
depends if hes rooting for the cocks or not...?
South Carolina fans seem like the real as*holes. Remember you're on our board. Nobody is insulting you. Simmer down now.
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
LOL....you mean the one that went 3-0 with two away games and played beat up.....Shaw played on one leg till he was pulled and Clowney did not dress.... vs one of the top 1AA teams that does nothing but run the option....yes I hope that group shows up also, they know how to grind.....PS at least we beat our So Con opponents aka Appalachian State
When the teams are that inferior to you, doesn't matter where you play. Take care of business the way a top 10 team should and we wouldn't be having this convo. Like yo' boy Cock Kool Aid said....you just started winning.
Is it me or do Carolina fans remind you a lot of MSU fans?
This post was edited by Moon 16 months ago
My view of Carolina fans is skewed by my extreme distaste for that racist POS otherwise known as Jeff4SC, but yes - yes, they do.
wasnt as close as the final score.... are you crazy.... I am expecting more from football knowledgeable Wolverine fans..... we were beating LSU in the fourth quarter in Baton Rouge..... but the game was not close......Florida at Florida was just a flat out but cutting, it can happen sometimes to the best of teams when you go on the road in the Southeastern Conference. We also beat the crap out of Georgia who was a snap away from playing for the national title. You can spin your logic anyway you wish, heck you sound like our president, the bottom line is a really good team from the SEC will see you in Tampa and let's just say your defense is nothing like our defense and our offence will shred your defense.... watch out for our tight ends...all 3 of them, they will make your linebackers look like they are playing Pee Wee
This post was edited by JICOCK21 16 months ago
A little dated, but interesting point! Haha... Speaking of App St, my aunt and uncle are App St alum and I went to Boone a few years back. Really cool place. Anyways, here's my explanation for USC's 3 games mentioned:
1. Vandy: Game 1, conference game, shaking off the cobwebs/rust/whatever you want to call it... on the road against a Vandy team that had put a target on us all offseason (their coach repeatedly said that this game was their "superbowl" and that there were no other games on their schedule except South Carolina. Coachspeak, I know, but, it was still a bit much and , bottom line, we got their best shot)... Shaw fractures his shoulder, but still comes back in to lead us to the W. I don't know why we scheduled a road conference game for our opener. Not a fan.
2. Kentucky: Started slow, UK got a ton of lucky bounces (WR's catching tipped balls to extend drives for just one example), and they ended up burning a RS on a true freshman dual threat QB that we were not expecting to have to play against and had no college film on. Even so, we made the necessary adjustments and went 35-0 after halftime, putting the game away easily.
3. Wofford: Defense started off awesome, but, once again, offense struggled to maintain drives and the defense eventually wore out. We had very costly turnovers. Shaw threw a pick in the redzone, true freshman RB Mike Davis made a beastly run down to the goalline and then fumbled the ball directly into a Wofford player's hands. Shaw injured his foot badly and could barely walk. Clowney sat, but I don't think this should matter. Bottom line, Wofford is a very good triple option D2 school, especially this year, and I wish we would stop scheduling them.
Explanations for poor performances?
SEC! SEC! SEC!
Just explaining why things went down the way that they did in those games... for those Michigan fans who haven't watched all of our games this year, but have just seen the scores. We all know that you have personally watched all of our games from start to finish and written down a play-by-play analysis because of your severe case of Cock envy, but not all Michigan fans have had this luxury. I'm pretty sure that only 3 posters have actually given a prediction and their 3 keys to the game- this thread is seriously derailed lol...
Rest of you cock fans need to look at your buddy Cock Kool Aid. He seems to be the only reasonable one on here, other than calling me out.
SEC must be the only conference with TE's
No, our TE's are very good though, so he does have reason to be excited about that unit. Justice Cunningham has always been a great blocker, but has blossomed into a very good receiver this year as well. He has made some circus catches this year. Then you've got Rory "Bustah" Anderson... basically just a very large WR that can block well... Then, you've got Jerrell Adams- this guy has had limited playing time for most of the season because the guys ahead of him are so experienced and the emergence of Cunningham as a receiving threat... but, IMO, Adams is the most talented playmaker out of the 3. The guy has the speed and quickness of Rory Anderson, but the muscular build of your prototypical beast TE. He is extremely physical and athletic. He can go up in traffic and outmuscle anybody. We have run a lot of 2TE sets this year, so you guys may get a healthy dose of them... hard to tell though with Spurrier's gameplanning/playcalling. Very sporatic and sometimes we won't see the TE's all game. I expect he will hold nothing back in this game though.
This post was edited by Cock KoolAid237 16 months ago
The TE's are really what concern me second most about this matchup (your DL vs. our OL is obviously first). The last 2 seasons have been really tough for us covering TEs over the middle of the field, seems like our linebackers have had to play closer for run support which leaves a big pocket in the middle. On 3rd-and-long I just seem to expect a completed pass for 15 yards to a TE.
We have Funchess, played against Eifert, Sims, Stoneburner, Bama's TE's....so with all due respect....not that worried. We have the Linebackers to handle them efficiently. I'm more worried about Sanders, Byrd, and Ellington on the outside. Although, I must say that Iowa's TE had a great game against us. He might end up being a stud. Keep an eye on him. I'm not worried about Shaw sitting in the pocket and picking us apart. Its when things break down and he scrambles and finds those speedy WR's breaking off their routes.
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