Holy crap. ESPN just praised the Big 12 for being strong and good for college football.
Sorry everyone but the apocalypse is near.
Uh oh. Time to run to Bass Pro and load up on ammo...
Originally Posted by johnnydugouts
MM and gesell are pretty much a wash. is niang a better player than woodbury? of course, but that doesnt mean its a good matchup for him, especially with a much more athletic defensive player backing up woodbury.
So, I just flipped to the TCU game when WVU went to half. Stands look half empty! Has it been this way all game, or do TCU fans run to the cars at half to pound beers like ISU fans do? If this is all that is showing up for a TCU home game versus major conference competition, I'm a little surprised/disappointed.
Wow, F*** TCU! They just went for it on 4th down inside the 15 with 1:20 left in the game ahead 20-7. F*** them. I hope every team they play in the Big XII breaks it off in their *** every chance they get! **** I wish we had listened to Baylor and we hadn't brought them into this conference. Low rent west siders.
TCU is good but beatable. they have a pretty solid defense with a lot of speed, but i think we can move the ball on them. just have to take care of the ball. offensively i dont think they are that impressive. pachall is good and they have some solid skill position players but they arent world beaters by any stretch. i think we can put some pressure on pachall and force some TO's.
definitely dreaming of a 5-0 start right now.... lets take care of tech first of course
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