Do you think you can beat UCONN at home?

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  1. hursts

    hursts Active Member

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    Baylor couldn't. This post is for you Osoprimo.
     
  2. Al_4_State

    Al_4_State Well-Known Member

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    UCONN really exposed Baylor's run D. I thought that game was a guarantee loss, but if we can play keep away, we have a shot in that one.


    And suck it osoprimo. You have to tailgate in Waco, TX. Live w/that.
     
  3. bellzisu

    bellzisu Well-Known Member

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    Didnt we lose to UCONN at home in Seneca's final home game a few years back? How quickly we forget. UCONN was in there first year of D1 at the time.

    So really cant make fun of Baylor till we beat them. They own last two scoreboards.
     
  4. DaddyMac

    DaddyMac Well-Known Member

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    This
     
  5. Cydkar

    Cydkar Well-Known Member

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    We can make fun of whoever we want.
     
  6. ribsnwhiskey

    ribsnwhiskey Well-Known Member

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    We lost to UConn in 2002, the 13th game of a 14 games season with a team that was completely worn out. And so what if Baylor has scoreboard, when was the last bowl game they went to or really, did anything besides win a few games last year?
     
  7. CycoT

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    Baylor has a football team? :jimlad:
     
  8. jbhtexas

    jbhtexas Well-Known Member

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    It was mentioned in another thread that osoprimo is "on vacation" for two months.

    I really, really hope ISU can beat Baylor this year, so we can focus on a football victory, and not have to fall back on silly moral victories, like how much better ISU's tailgating is...
     
  9. DaddyMac

    DaddyMac Well-Known Member

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    Man, a few responses in this thread are rather "hawk-fan".
     
  10. CloneIce

    CloneIce Well-Known Member

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    Osoprimo cheers for a school that only a decade ago removed restrictions that made it illegal for Baylor students to dance. :smile:

    So Waco is like that town in Footloose, only filled with crazy cult-members and teammate-shooting basketball players. Oh yeah, and after we visited Waco for an away game years ago, from that point on whenever we had to hit the bathroom we said "I have to go take a big Waco." :biglaugh:

    Something tells me those poor souls who are able to tolerate living in Waco aren't exactly the tailgaiting type.
     
  11. Al_4_State

    Al_4_State Well-Known Member

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    My thoughts exactly.
     
  12. clones_jer

    clones_jer Well-Known Member

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    it is way better.
     
  13. everyyard

    everyyard Well-Known Member

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    Yes, but unless you can go to baylor's board and pull up a thread of an ISU fan talking smack the whole preseason...they really aren't the same thing.
     
  14. Knownothing

    Knownothing Well-Known Member

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    The best thing about UConn. We had a walk on QB (Lorenzen). Coach Mac tried to make him a Tight End. Lorenzon wanted to play QB. So he goes to Juco. Becomes a 4 star QB out of JC. Then goes to UConn and makes it into the top 25.
     
  15. Dolokaju

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    I think Andre Dixon will be graduated by then so unless they are stacked at RB, we may have a shot...then again our defense likely will be young...and small...so what else is new...;)
     
  16. ISU42

    ISU42 Well-Known Member

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    And then he went to Jaguars camp as a tight end and last I heard was with the Saints.
     
  17. ISUCY23

    ISUCY23 Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunatly no, I will never forget that game
     
  18. GeronimusClone

    GeronimusClone Well-Known Member

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    Exactly. I'm starting with osoprimo, ******.
     

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