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You lost me at NBA. 

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

Can Javion Hamlet play football?

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For those who don't have the feed - it's SMU 21-0 3:30 left in the 1st quarter.  If you guys will post the score periodically and after scores it would be appreciate.  I got a couple of PM's from fans that said their cable didn't have the game.

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3 minutes ago, NorthTexasWeLove said:

FIFY

See, I’m in the minority that don’t think the coaching has been that bad over the last few years. I think the level of talent that the roster lacked caught up with them. 
 

EDIT: Obviously, the defense has been atrocious. I’m speaking on Seth. 

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19 minutes ago, TheColonyEagle said:

I mean the 2 most important players on the defense aren’t playing. 
 

that’s not the only reason but it’s a big one 

but this game is looking like typical Littrell when he plays a team that’s not FCS or bottom of FBS. He beats up bad teams and gets absolutely destroyed by decent to good teams. He doesn’t even lose. He always gets embarrassed. 

I'll give the defense a break.  It's the offense that I'm talking about. Offensive line specifically. 

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Just now, All About UNT said:

Wow that was f&#king pathetic. Turning this garbage off. Let's go Stars!

I woke up at 4am after two hours of sleep to watch this. 
Going to bed.

What a joke.

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