Texas. No doubt, the Longhorns took care of business vs. Rice. And, after the league's meltdown last week, is there any doubt Texas is the class -- by far -- in this incredibly weak conference? I abso-freaking-lutely think not.
Pick a team. Almost any team. I'm gonna go with Nebraska. I don't care what Bill Callahan said after the loss at USC: The Huskers' attack should have been more aggressive. This was a chance for Big Red to go for it vs. the nation's best program. What did Nebraska have to lose? It's not like winning the Big 12 North is gonna prove anything.
Game of the week:
Iowa State at Texas. This should have been the Big 12 title game matchup last year. Alas, the Cyclones fumbled the finale at Kansas. But there's no escaping the Longhorns' wrath this time. Too bad, because Iowa State is gonna get -- Uh, what word am I looking for? -- oh, yeah, "clobbered." Maybe the Cyclones will get another shot at Texas in the Big 12 title game -- if they really want one.
We might not like what he said, but how can we argue anything he said? Texas is really good and still got beat at home.
OU is above average. everyone else is just average or suck.
The Big12 will be back in a year or two though.
Last edited by HandSanitizer; 09-22-2006 at 02:19 PM.
I actually have a very good feeling about this weekend. I just get the feeling that they're completely overlooking us.
The 3 teams we played this year were completely geared up for the game, w/the 1st two hoping for a huge upset and the 3rd being an in-state rival.
I wouldn't be surprised if Texas was preparing for Oklahoma right now. They have Sam Houston State after us and the Sooners on the 7th.
Dan has to feel the discontent among the fans and our overly conservative offense. It's cost us one game this year and many in the past. I say we take the gloves off and throw the ball all over the field. What do we have to lose? May as well go out swinging if you're going to lose. I just hope we don't revert back to our "normal" offense against teams more equal to our talent.
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