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I won't give a score.  But, if Bean can throw no more than 1 pick, we have a good chance IMO.     If Aune also plays, that goes for him as well.   If as a team we throw 2 or more picks, we lose.      Buechele had an off day last game.   He normally does not turn the ball over like that.

We can beat SMU.   I just don't think it is likely because of Buechele's experience and skill.

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8 hours ago, GrandGreen said:

I think most are giving SMU too much credit.

NT 45 SMU 27

Their Parents? Common. That has been happening since the 40ies. Its called being a rich kid school

In any case the TX state spells trouble for when the Broncos play in Denton.

NT 42

SMU 31

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I think both teams are going to be sloppy in the first half.  Both will have a turnover, or maybe 2.
Halftime score will be low.  Like 14-10.

Then both teams will settle down, make adjustments, and start putting a lot of yards/points on the board against the other defense.  SMU will pull away late.

Broncos - 45
Mean Green - 36

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58 minutes ago, Cougar King said:

Zappe lit up the UNT secondary, Buechele is gonna light up UNT's secondary and Tune is going to light up the UNT secondary next Saturday 

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2 hours ago, Cougar King said:

Zappe lit up the UNT secondary, Buechele is gonna light up UNT's secondary and Tune is going to light up the UNT secondary next Saturday 

How's yalls season going 

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2 hours ago, Cougar King said:

Zappe lit up the UNT secondary, Buechele is gonna light up UNT's secondary and Tune is going to light up the UNT secondary next Saturday 

Zappe has lit up everyone he's played against.  Clearly the best QB in Harris County.

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12 hours ago, akriesman said:

We can beat SMU.   I just don't think it is likely because of Buechele's experience and skill.

Buechele's experience and skill will be meaningless against Dion Novil's appetite for destruction.

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