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Old 09-12-2008, 08:27 PM
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UNC beat the tar out of Rutgers!

This is pre-season basketball right ?
Seriously, think the rutgers coach wishes he had took the michigan job now.
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Ever since this thread has began I've been watching a lot more football than usually. Question, I forgot to ask this last time, but I was watching the game last week and the mentioned that Pike (can't remember what team he's one) isn't used to no-huddle. What is no-huddle? Is that some type of play or huddling and discussing the play before you "break" and do that play.
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Ever since this thread has began I've been watching a lot more football than usually. Question, I forgot to ask this last time, but I was watching the game last week and the mentioned that Pike (can't remember what team he's one) isn't used to no-huddle. What is no-huddle? Is that some type of play or huddling and discussing the play before you "break" and do that play.
This may help explain it.
My Colts use it all the time.
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This may help explain it.
My Colts use it all the time.

So basically, its used to make a maximum number of plays before the team can switch players or call a time out? Or am I missing the point?
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Old 09-13-2008, 12:00 AM
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So basically, its used to make a maximum number of plays before the team can switch players or call a time out? Or am I missing the point?
That's one point of it.
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So basically, its used to make a maximum number of plays before the team can switch players or call a time out? Or am I missing the point?

Alot of teams just use it toward the end of game when trailing and needing to score quickly.
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Ah, I think I got it now.
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well tim and jp got the kansas loss right.
I may not do that good this week with my picks...
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well tim and jp got the kansas loss right.
I may not do that good this week with my picks...
I picked Kansas. Great game, though.
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I picked Kansas. Great game, though.
Oops...I saw the thumbs up you gave tim for his picks and thought you were saying you agreed. just went back and checked and yep...you picked Kansas too.
It was a good game though.
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Well, Georgia won, but they looked pretty sucky in doing so.

Serve me up some crow!:

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Old 09-13-2008, 08:22 PM
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Well, Georgia won, but they looked pretty sucky in doing so.

Serve me up some crow!:

JP..hold up on the crow bud.
They won and that is the main thing for me.well..not so much a Georgia win but a spurrier loss.
Spurrier has been good for about one upset a year but this wasnt it and they are 0-2 in the SEC.

BYU put it to UCLA didnt they? WOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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BYU put it to UCLA didnt they? WOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
They sure did!

Missouri won by a few points, also.
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Wow...Kentucky escaped over MT 20-14. They was going to kick a short fg with around 20 seconds left. It was blocked and ran back into MT territory. They had the ball with one play around the kentucky 30 yard line. Threw hail mary pass which was deflected and caught by MT player who was tackled at 1 yard line.


That was close.
We missed 4 fg's and that hurt big time. Course MT last week beat Maryland who today walloped Cal. Still our offense is no where near good enough to win more than 3 games in the SEC at this time.
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I finished 7-1 for the week. That puts me at 18-6 overall.
Wrong on the the kansas game......phooey !

I didnt sign on in time thursday to pick the Rutgers game. Good thing or I would be 7-2 for week.
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