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Is RicRod taking the Broncos lightly?
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toddjnsn Offline
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RE: Is RicRod taking the Broncos lightly?
Quote:Interesting perspective, toddjnsn. Himmmm, 7 posts. Appears just before our game with scUM. Lots of insight into scUM football. You wouldn't think....nah...!!!!!

I'm just sayin'. If Rich Rod's offense is as bad as last year's, yeah, we have a good shot at winning this thing on the road. And the opening game gives us the best shot at it, albeit that they'll be very fired up to play and are not overlooking us.

The spread can rack up points. If our D steps up like they did against Illini's, and their QB situation is sloppy like Juice's was -- we're in business. But we need a lot of cards to fall into place for this to happen, 'cause this is NOT a "trap" game for them. They need this win and they know it -- so it's not the classic BCS vs Mid-Major game.
09-02-2009 05:20 PM
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RE: Is RicRod taking the Broncos lightly?
You must not remember that the last two Big Eleven opponents needed the "W" against WMU to be bowl elgible.
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