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    It is a new day

    Obviously we are all disappointed in the game this weekend, who couldn’t be? I truly thought we would take this one and become 4-0. However, now that we lost, people are acting like it is the end of the world. We are 3-1; 3 months ago most of you did not see that happening, many said this would be the best case scenario. Here we sit, 3-1. CPR will have the players working hard to get these things cleaned up, he will prepare them for this weekend and now our guys have the chance to go take down Baylor. It is a new day….and our chance to become 4-1 is one game away. Go State



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    Re: It is a new day

    Whether the last game is a win or a loss, Sunday is the day to forget about that and focus on the next opponent. Maybe a lopsided loss is what we needed. Maybe the team will realize we can't have foolish penalties and turn turn the ball over and expect to win. We are still 3-1 with a bowl still very much in sight. Stand behind this team! Go State!


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    Re: It is a new day

    I took all my frustration out on my dog. Before you get excited, I no longer own a dog. It was a long weekend.


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    Re: It is a new day

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    I took all my frustration out on my dog. Before you get excited, I no longer own a dog. It was a long weekend.
    Wow....just....wow.



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    Re: It is a new day

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    I took all my frustration out on my dog. Before you get excited, I no longer own a dog. It was a long weekend.
    So you spanked your Monkey all day Sunday?



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