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*****OFFICIAL UNT vs. FAU GAME THREAD*****


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9 minutes ago, TheColonyEagle said:

Boy.......

UTSA must really suck 

Because I do believe Seth is the right man for our program and will help us in the long run I can find something positive in this game. I do believe this will slow down P5 schools and their consideration to go after Seth this year

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And the weekly fan give up starts early.

We suck.    This is on the coaching staff.  On like page 3 of this thread in the 1st quarter I said this is much like UTEP2016. We were unprepared and outmatched. Out coached and outman

on the plus side, some dude thinks I moderate this place. 

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6 minutes ago, meangreen08 said:

We’re losing  69-17 to 3-3 Florida Atlantic 

 

6 minutes ago, outoftown said:

Wow. I am starting to be speechless. If we still trott out Fine, then i can see this as nothing other than punishment my SL. however this game really is on the D. Yeah the offense didn't help much, but the defense here....wow this is bad. I am starting to be really angry.

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Just now, untbowler said:

who gives a shit, they are in CUSA not SEC, embarrassing does not describe it.

I agree, but we will get our revenge in the Conference Championship game. 

Just now, ghost_of_darrell_dickey said:

Says a lot about the conference :(

Their offense is legit and Kiffan and Briles are good coaches. 

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