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    So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?

    I hate Skippy more than any coach in the NCAA, but he somehow figured out a way to beat TX, and it isn't because UCLA is all that great a team. They lost to KSU worse than ISU, so that can't be the case.



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    Re: So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?

    Score more points.



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    Re: So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?

    I just have this feeling Texas "woke up" since the UCLA loss.

    I wondered how UCLA did it, too, after getting throttled that badly by Oregon (which is very good team, but still ...)


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    Re: So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?

    I'm pretty much disregarding that game....I think it was an abberation for them.



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    Re: So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?

    Well, they also switched up their offensive style to the pistol formation for the Texas game, something that Will Muschamp admitted that they were completely unprepared for. So ISU, try the pistol? The Cyclones have the running backs and running quarterback to make it work.


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    Re: So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclones500 View Post
    I just have this feeling Texas "woke up" since the UCLA =
    Yeah people freaked out way too much over UT forgetting to show up in the 2nd half of one game. It just so happened UT had to play the (now) #1 team in the nation the next week, so all of a sudden 1 half of falling asleep is a two-game losing streak. Not too mention all the idiots in the media hastily writing down a three game losing streak as soon as UCLA walked off the field.

    As far as to how UCLA did it, they have enough raw talent/athletes that UT can not show up like it is a workout and win, they need to play football. ISU does not have this advantage.



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    Re: So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?

    Quote Originally Posted by sdillon500 View Post
    Well, they also switched up their offensive style to the pistol formation for the Texas game, something that Will Muschamp admitted that they were completely unprepared for. So ISU, try the pistol? The Cyclones have the running backs and running quarterback to make it work.
    Sounds good, except ISU has been running some pistol, so UT will have game planned for it.



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    Re: So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?

    Quote Originally Posted by CYinPA View Post
    Sounds good, except ISU has been running some pistol, so UT will have game planned for it.
    Maybe ISU should run out of the I. TX is probably not prepared for that, and how much worse can ISU do in any other offense?



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    Re: So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?

    If I recall, Texas turned the ball over 5 times in that game. I don't think we can count on that happening.....



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    Re: So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?

    Quote Originally Posted by Clone96 View Post
    If I recall, Texas turned the ball over 5 times in that game. I don't think we can count on that happening.....
    Can we count on 8, because I think that is the magic number for unbelievable upsets?



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    Re: So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?

    Quote Originally Posted by CyCloned View Post
    So, what did UCLA do to beat TX?
    I'm going to go out on a limb and say they scored more points than Texas.




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