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You lost me at NBA. 

Can Javion Hamlet play football?

Brammer looked good. Aune looked good minus the INT.  Aune should start and not Bean. Addaway should be the starting RB. Why didn't we play Siggers? Lots of wasted downs with Torrey when Siggers can d

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3 minutes ago, Greendylan said:

Out of the many, many embarrassing performances over the years, this is right up there with the worst.  There's just no excuse to look this absolutely unprepared, undisciplined, and disinterested. And, please, please don't do the whole "they just look bigger" thing.  We have comparable athletes.  They are just not making mistakes, and we are not executing in any phase of the game.

Even worse is it doesn't even look like they want to do anything about it. It's damn near like watching McCarney's 2015 team

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1 minute ago, MeanGreenWithEnvy said:

They’re comparable in that they’re all scholarship FBS football players. That’s about the end of how comparable they are.

No, don't fall into that trap.  Show me what year of the past four recruiting cycles when they were ranked like 50 spots ahead.  In fact, you would think they had top 10 recruits and us bottom 10 based on the score.  It's one thing to lose because they are playing a little better and currently have slightly better talent.  But, when you aren't even competing, it's something else.

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20 minutes ago, MeanGreenWithEnvy said:

They’re comparable in that they’re all scholarship FBS football players. That’s about the end of how comparable they are.

A good crowd at Apogee this evening. I guess SMU players thought we were all there to watch them & just appreciated us.
SMU  is like UH—they recruit more faster athletes while we hope we will eventually. UH will be tougher next week & I hope they don’t “Baylor out” on us & cancel, but after tonight’s game they probably won’t.  

Texas State-San Marcos?  Maybe at this time they have a better team than ours?
Signed: Disgusted & disappointed.

PS:  I went over & looked (again) at the UNT Indoor Practice Facility & came away duly wowed.  The whole Mean Green Village package will enhance our recruiting & hopefully that begins with a couple of goat ropin’ son of a gun pass rushers.5F58EB4F-EE74-409F-81E9-0A27FBDA48DF.jpeg.7121f900f4feb734fa34c30faa183279.jpeg

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42 minutes ago, CMJ said:

I think it'll be Stanley Cup Final and NBA Playoffs for the rest of the night.  Might switch back to see the score a few times, but I don't think I can watch the full second half.

You lost me at NBA. 

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SMU has kicked the crap out of us both on the field and recruiting for as long as I’ve been around. I know that’s a sad fact, but it is what it is.  Yeah, SMU isn’t very good. But they’ve consistently beaten us, including by 3 TDs last year with a senior Mason Fine. 

I don’t know what about this offseason made people think we were just going to magically get better. 

Maybe HBU, a school I only knew existed when we scheduled them, isn’t some giant killer. Maybe our defense still just sucks. 

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