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****OFFICIAL ARMY VS. NORTH TEXAS GAME THREAD***

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1 minute ago, outoftown said:

Because even with Guyton out, we still have about three legit playbreaker receiving options. Never happened before at UNT. Can't focus on all of them.

Next man up is a real thing with this offense lol I thought it was Coach talk.

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10 minutes ago, outoftown said:

Argg. Guyton done for the day.

Hopefully it’s just the day and he passes all the test and is 100% for Rice and forward.

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9 minutes ago, p_phelps said:

So he looked good huh???? Please never be a trainer 

Show me where I said he looked "good"

You said he was "out"...is that professional lingo for something other than "unconscious", bc of it's not, then I stand by saying he wasn't and they seemed far more concerned with a neck/spinal injury. 

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Wow great story on BEIN about what they made them do after the FAU game: 804 up downs because they allowed 804 yards vs FAU.

And then we give it right back :(

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6 minutes ago, Censored by Laurie said:

Show me where I said he looked "good"

You said he was "out"...is that professional lingo for something other than "unconscious", bc of it's not, then I stand by saying he wasn't and they seemed far more concerned with a neck/spinal injury. 

Ha, go mean green man

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Our secondary has to do a better job of breaking through blocks on the option play.  

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3 minutes ago, Harry said:

Our secondary has to do a better job of breaking through blocks on the option play.  

We actually defended that play well, just missed the tackle (which would have been for no gain or maybe a loss).  You miss it and it's a long gainer.  

2 minutes ago, El Paso Eagle said:

Score?

35-28 us....Army driving in the red zone.

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