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RE: App Postgame: Good, Bad, and Ugly
(09-02-2016 01:18 PM)ericsaid Wrote:  
(09-02-2016 09:06 AM)Scrotumus Wrote:  Saint, don't judge your right tackle too harshly. As you said Barnett was timing the snap all night and he will be drawing an above the table paycheck this time next year.

I couldn't help but think that I was watching GS vs. UGA from last year all over again... so many similarities including the final result.

Great effort by your team, you'll be fine, but that kicking game might come back and bite you in the azz again.

On another note, I wonder if the North Dakota State fanbase is watching what you and GS have accomplished in such a short time and thinking "why can't we do the same thing?"

Quote:That he is better than Vernon Butler. That is exactly what he meant. I'm a Panthers fan and dude has been passed around like a ragdoll against practice squad players.05-stirthepot

Oh, and that it is likely that most players at the Big SEC schools are receiving kickbacks.
I think everyone else understood what you meant. No clarification was needed.
09-02-2016 01:48 PM
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