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    Re: CUSA Standings

    What's important is that we're competing. [sarcasm]


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    Re: CUSA Standings

    Quote Originally Posted by NTXDawg View Post
    All I'm saying is the predictions of 11-1 and 10-2 were crazy.
    I didn't see any of those predictions. Four losses with this schedule was a down year.
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    Re: CUSA Standings

    Quote Originally Posted by NTXDawg View Post
    In case y'all misunderstand me. This season is/will be a disaster. I'm not happy about it at all. Highly likely we will finish 5-7 and potentially 4-8(if we lose to UTEP, that would truly be embarrassing). Never should happen with this schedule. All I'm saying is the predictions of 11-1 and 10-2 were crazy.
    How can you say 11-1 or 10-2 were crazy predictions when we lost 3 games by 1 point and 1 game in Double OT? We should have won all four of those games if we had continued playing football in the last 2 minutes. Win 'em, and we're sitting a 8-2, with two very winnable games remaining.

    There's was nothing crazy about a 11-1 or 10-2 prediction at all. What's crazy is how we figured out a way to lose all 4 of those games after having the games practically won.

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    Re: CUSA Standings

    Quote Originally Posted by HogDawg View Post
    How can you say 11-1 or 10-2 were crazy predictions when we lost 3 games by 1 point and 1 game in Double OT? We should have won all four of those games if we had continued playing football in the last 2 minutes. Win 'em, and we're sitting a 8-2, with two very winnable games remaining.

    There's was nothing crazy about a 11-1 or 10-2 prediction at all. What's crazy is how we figured out a way to lose all 4 of those games after having the games practically won.
    You are correct. Shouldn't have lost them. Like I said, this team doesn't know how to finish. I attribute that to lack of player leadership. And you are correct we could be sitting at 8-2, but that wouldn't make this a good team.

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    Re: CUSA Standings

    Quote Originally Posted by NTXDawg View Post
    As HogDawg has said frequently, "its about the QB". Well its also about some other key players as well.
    That is why you don't allow your starting QB to play baseball in the spring instead of investing his free time after practice working on timing with his WRs. Our passing timing needs a ton of work and that is on Holtz, Fitch, and Rattay. If J'Mar wants to be a centerfielder he should go do that, but being an FBS QB is a FULLTIME COMMITMENT, not a part-time gig.

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    Re: CUSA Standings

    Quote Originally Posted by DogsWin View Post
    That is why you don't allow your starting QB to play baseball in the spring instead of investing his free time after practice working on timing with his WRs. Our passing timing needs a ton of work and that is on Holtz, Fitch, and Rattay. If J'Mar wants to be a centerfielder he should go do that, but being an FBS QB is a FULLTIME COMMITMENT, not a part-time gig.
    How many of the ones that tried, worked that Baseball-Football time and mental devotion thing out and excelled at either one or both. What are the stats of those who have tried it?
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    Re: CUSA Standings

    Quote Originally Posted by DogsWin View Post
    That is why you don't allow your starting QB to play baseball in the spring instead of investing his free time after practice working on timing with his WRs. Our passing timing needs a ton of work and that is on Holtz, Fitch, and Rattay. If J'Mar wants to be a centerfielder he should go do that, but being an FBS QB is a FULLTIME COMMITMENT, not a part-time gig.
    ....you mean the kind of "Full-Time Commitment" that Jack Abraham and Price Wilson were putting in?

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