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fabio 4 years, 9 months ago

I know Mangino hasnt scheduled a brutal non con in the past but it hasnt been awful. In the past we played USF and both times they had good football teams. And take a look at this year, we've got Southern Miss which might be a top 25 team this year. Also, the road game at UTEP probably wont be cake. Oh, if one of you guys want to know who I am ask Jesse or send me a personal email and I'll give ya my info. I don't have a problem with you guys knowing my ID, I just don't want everyone on the sight knowing it.

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gamblinggringo 4 years, 10 months ago

I just wanted to say, I like the podcasts when they are long. Makes my workout longer; shorter ones often don't seem worth my while.

Great job. And Whetter is always right.

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Chad Dexter 4 years, 10 months ago

Anonymous posts are best. Sure, you get some morons. You just have to take the bad with the good. I frequent a bb of fans of a certain NFL team near here (CP) and let me tell you something. If a poster starts being an extreme moron, the posters have been known to dig up personal information, call his work, and basically make his personal life miserable. You don't want that, trust me.

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Gary McCullough 4 years, 10 months ago

Best Performance is Todd Reesing for an entire season! This is sustained performance. Is there any doubt that he is the key to the football teams emergence as a national power? There's a reason his nickname is "Sparky". He is both the head AND heart of this team. He leads this team and keeps all the players performing at their best. Briscoe's OU game was great, but who tossed him the ball? What would the final score of the game been if Todd wasn't in that game. Sherron played great at the OU game as well, but he started off pretty slow. Remember the first half? Please, Todd is the MAN!

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Carter Patterson 4 years, 10 months ago

I agree about the jump ball rules and the way its called. What drives me crazy is that one guy can clearly have two hands and control of the ball and a defender from behind puts his pinky on the ball and the refs call it a jump ball.

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