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MileHighHuskie Offline
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3rd and 6,8, 5!
Is it me or does your heart stop when our D is up against a 3rd and 8, or 3rd and 14. Seems like I am expecting a first down, but on 3rd and 5 or shorter we do better at stopping the O.... I think when its 3rd and long the O throws against our DB's exposing our weakness. I would rather almost see a 3rd and 4 against our D then 3rd and long sometimes.

Maybe it’s just me? thoughts?
11-16-2011 11:30 AM
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RE: 3rd and 6,8, 5!
BSU receivers were often more wide open than kegs at a frat house party.

If we play any other teams like us that can pass and run the football , we are likely screwed like a cork in a wine bottle unless we score 60+pts.
11-16-2011 12:13 PM
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