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    If they're any worse than 9-3, they're going to get him, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer View Post
    If they're any worse than 9-3, they're going to get him, too.
    And from what I understand, he needs to improve his record in the SEC West.

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    Speaking of fired, one A&M regent is calling for Sumlin's head on Facebook and the A&M message boards are filled with "Fire Sumlin!"
    Sumlin made $30 million by standing on the sideline one day in 2012 and telling Manziel to make plays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    Considering it could have been MUCH worse...It's not really overkill.
    When you get a lot of short fields this can happen.
    If you read that article...the Johnnies used 150-160 players and used guys who were not on the depth chart.
    Fasching wasn't trying to run it up..especially not against a former assistant.

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    From what I heard, the St John's coach even asked the other coach if he wanted to go to "running time" on the clock, and the other coach declined.
    Edit: nevermind, that was stated in the article. My bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    From what I heard, the St John's coach even asked the other coach if he wanted to go to "running time" on the clock, and the other coach declined.
    Edit: nevermind, that was stated in the article. My bad.
    And i understand that thinking...running time is almost worse when it's not a standard rule.
    Also...it's not good in football for the guys playing to " let up" and not go hard on the field as that can cause injuries.
    It was just a day where the Saints could do no right and the Johnnies could do no wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Time, Long Time View Post
    Considering it could have been MUCH worse...It's not really overkill.
    When you get a lot of short fields this can happen.
    If you read that article...the Johnnies used 150-160 players and used guys who were not on the depth chart.
    Fasching wasn't trying to run it up..especially not against a former assistant.
    I read it. I think he could have gotten to 150 if he wanted to. IIRC St. John's has a no cut policy and is really laid back.

    But 98-0 is a pasting no matter how you slice it.
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    Triple option is so fun to watch as long as my team isn't facing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bronconick View Post
    Triple option is so fun to watch as long as my team isn't facing it.
    It IS fun to watch, I admit. It's no A-11 offense, but oh well.

    St John's did all they could do to NOT run up the score, so I applaud them on that. That was my main worry when I saw the score.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    It IS fun to watch, I admit. It's no A-11 offense, but oh well.

    St John's did all they could do to NOT run up the score, so I applaud them on that. That was my main worry when I saw the score.
    They didn't take a knee or punt on first down.

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    So Clemson jumped from 30-1 to 20-1 to win the National Title following Week 1...the biggest jump of any team (For reference, I got in on Clemson last season at 7-1 shortly before the beginning of the season). The Tigers will get a good test here the rest of September (vs. Auburn, @ Louisville, vs. BC, @ Virginia Tech). If they get through September unscathed, I would have to imagine Clemson will be closer to 10-1 or better. So, if you have faith in Clemson, now would be the time to still get a pretty good price on a legitimate playoff contender.
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    Josh Rosen just got Kevin Sumlin fired.

    From down 41-10 to a 45-44 win.
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    I'm bummed I shut that game off. Wow. I just figured out what happened literally 5 minutes ago.
    I love so much that this happened to the SEC. The only it could have been better would have been if it was Alabama or Florida.

    Although I suppose had it been Georgia my god that would have been fitting.
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    Quelle surprise, Sumlin is now receiving racist hate mail.

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    Eastern Michigan beats Rutgers. Game recap is below:

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    Nice to see Georgia committing suicide by penalty early.
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    Baylor goes down to the Roadrunners of UTSA.

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    Syracuse loses at home to Middle Tennessee State
    Notre Dame loses at home to Georgia
    the Ohio State University loses at Home to Oklahoma.

    A good day, so far.

    And then, there was this:
    @WatchStadium: Louisiana Tech loses 87 yards on a play that needs to have the Benny Hill theme running behind it. https://twitter.com/WatchStadium/sta...936896/video/1
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