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  1. I think we will win today, but I haven’t seen anyone else that thinks we can win. That’s how I know it’s dower.
  2. Somehow after blowing a huge upset last week La Tech manages to squeak by their fcs game. 45-42
  3. First off, don’t you know you never try to respond to a PMG post. Secondly, it’s so funny because after year 3 you couldn’t have found many people that would’ve said otherwise. Including AD’s. I’m also shocked this hasn’t lead to more love for Harrell. Our offense completely fell apart without him which was shocking. I also am at a loss as to why our team has not been able to show up for a big game since Arkansas in SL year 3. Seems like we were on a roll then that’s dam. La Tech game happened and it’s never been the same.
  4. I agree with your 9-3 or 3-9. Lol I feel like if we give up 21 to NWST it’s not a good sign of things to come for our D. Just not. I’ll hope for a win against SMU, but man I’ve been impressed with what Sonny Dykes has done. We ABSOLUTELY HAVE to beat all of the CUSA teams we play early on to have a real shot at turning this around. I disagree, unless I’m misreading it, that we had a much better roster in 2018. We had a much better qb, that’s about it. I don’t think Liberty is drastically more talented outside of their QB. He is special. Mizzou is a loss unless Grant McCasland decides to come help us out for a game. Win the rest of the CUSA games, and that’s how we get to 9-3. We absolutely have the talent. We have to figure out a way to do a little of what we did in 2013 which is control the clock. As good as our O was last year, there was too many times we would follow up an opponents td with a 3 and out. That just can’t happen for us to have a chance. Even when we had decent D’s under McCarney we would do this and they’d get run down. The difference under Littrell is that his teams are able to rack up the stats when the game is out of reach.
  5. Man, this is a crazy statement. He was nowhere near as accurate, I guess you could try and say his ball had more zip on it, I disagree, but who cares how far or hard you can throw it when it’s not accurate?? Like was stated earlier, unless Bean was out of the pocket with no one in front of him, he couldn’t hit a deep receiver to save his life. He always had happy feet in the pocket. That being said, that’s also on our coaching staff for not doing a better job of moving him out of the pocket. IMO, almost every play we ran with him in should’ve been a Zone Option Read/Pass. He should’ve been outside the pocket where the threat of his legs might’ve opened up some receivers. Much like UT did early on in VY’s career. (I know he is nowhere near as talented)
  6. Brett has taken a lot of crap on here for waaaayyyyyy to many years, and this is the first time I can remember him ever clapping back. I’m not quite sure what to feel about that yet. A large piece of me hopes that We’ve broken Brett down and he will now interact with us, but I don’t think this is true. so that being said, NTSN, you win the internet for August. IMHO.
  7. Ok, so my only response about the defense is a) they tried to implement a brand new scheme with no spring or real ability to meet beforehand. On top of that, I hate the 3-3-5. For it to truly work you need more than 1 NT and d-ends that are big enough to hold the line. B) our LB’s and multiple other people missed games because of covid so we had several games with people that really didn’t know what they were doing. C) This is just pure optimism. I’ve heard from a friend of mine that coached the Murphys’ in hs that they have put on some size, and they love DE. He worked out with them in the summer. They are special, and they are hungry. They had 7 combined sacks in roughly half a season as d-ends on a 3-man front. What are they gonna do now that they can pin their ears back and get after the qb????? Man!! I was thinking about this season as well! That 2010 team, is still, to this day, the one that I have the most what-if disappointment. We played with Clemson. They were shocked. If Nathan Tune hadn’t been lost for the season in the second game, I think that team could’ve done something. They had some talent. Especially on offense, and as much as Dodge did wrong, he put some damn good offenses on the field. It was also the first time he had what looked like a competent defense. Of course if we did win, then we would’ve never gotten rid of Dodge. Lol. So it’s a catch-22.
  8. Glad to see Shorter back to form. He looks like he could be another special one. Was so disappointed to see him go down early last year. Would’ve been really fun to watch our offense with him and Darden. @northtexassportsnetwork how is Tommy Bush looking? Seems like another guy that could be a physical specimen, but does he have the make-up? I remember the wr from ou during the dodge years that we were all excited about, but he never could put it together.
  9. I hope you’re not ‘glad’ to eat your words. Lol. That would mean the season is becoming a huge disappointment. Hopefully you will be glad that your detractors are having to eat their words!! I know I am hoping for that.
  10. Man, Clayton Tune still breaks my heart. His parents were regulars at the restaurant I was running while Clayton was still in hs. Of course, bonded over Mean Green football, and their oldest son’s time there. (Especially, How disappointed I was that we never got to see just what he was gonna do when he finally got the chance to start) Anyway, I was always just so disappointed that we never once even picked up the phone to talk to that kid. This isn’t an indictment on Litrell by any means. It was when he first got here, and was getting his bearings, plus we had just brought in Fine the year before. It was more of an indictment on McCarney because his staff never reached out to him, not once. Just another story of a kid that was playing 10 minutes from Denton, and his family loved UNT, and we never even contacted him. ok, rant over. At least he only destroyed us 1 year. Thanks Covid!
  11. Of course they are gonna talk up the player they drafted, but it is pretty rare that they dedicate this much column space to a 4th round pick. I.e. haven’t seen a whole lot written about jabril Cox for the Cowboys, and they probably get more written about them than any other team in the league. So, I would definitely look at it as a positive.
  12. I am finding myself drinking the koolaid, and getting hyped about this season. I was doing so well about not letting myself get sucked into the hype, and being more honest with myself. Why am I getting so hyped for this team?? I think it’s because of PB. I just listen to him, and I believe. His brother was the HFC of my high school for so long, and my senior year we had the number 5 recruit in the nation/number 1 rb. We had all 5 of our o-line get d-1 scholly’s, and we still did nothing. So I don’t know why I put so much faith in him. someone please talk some sense into me.
  13. I’m trying to stay optimistic about this guy. It kinda reminds me of the kid we got from OU that we were so excited about, but never did much. if he’s the real deal, I actually see him and shorter on the outside and Simpson moving inside to the slot. Where he will kill it. I’m so excited to get shorter back. There were times where they just flat out said run a fly route, and the cb had no chance.
  14. Jordan Love was also a 1st Rd pick that lit us up pretty good.
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