Texas Bowl - Houston/TCU

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  1. brakos82

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    0-0 8:39 left in 1st.
     
  2. Showtime100

    Showtime100 Got AJ?

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    I didn't make the game either, 7-7, 4:30 left in the half. Houston marching.
     
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    10-7 UH at the half go Coogs.
     
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    10-10.
     
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    17-10 Tcu.
     
  6. PapaL

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    This has been a fairly good game. I've been switching back forth between this and the MD/OR St Game.

    Get the feeling UH just has to score here in the last minute.
     
  7. brakos82

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    More like the last second...
     
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  9. PapaL

    PapaL Loose Screw

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    That is how to end a game...
     
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    Coogs lost 20-13.
     
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    I saw Yankee in Texas on TV....in case you see this Ryan and have it recorded it was 8:18 in the 4th QTR....nice horns!
     
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    The last two minutes were quite interesting and could have had an exciting tie. UH could use a running game and reduce the number of QB sacks. Overall it was a good game and I had my first opportunity to watch a game in the Bull Pen, although the seats weren't that comfortable.

    If not mistaken, in the post game report the announcer said that TCU had 45 either red shirt or true freshment on the team. If correct, they will probably be a powerful team for the next few years.
     
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    TCU's QB is aweful. A disgrace to DI football and the Katy HS program.

    Aldridge will not play in the NFL.

    Blake looked heavy and slow. Not a first day pick IMO.

    The game was sloppy and a really poor football game until the 4th quarter.

    On a side note, I sat behind a group of like 20 drunk Asians rooting for UH. They dropped over $400 on beer just during the game.

    Another side note, as we were headed back to the car, a UH fan said something to me about my KU sweatshirt and hat, and I while I usually let this stuff go, I turned and told him the ****** off. We are bolwing for oranges and his team just lost in the Texas bowl. Also, KU beat UH like 3 years ago before we had a great team. I let him have it a lot more too, but we don't need to post it.
     
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    I take it you aren't a Coogs fan.
     
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    I didnt really have to read any further than this garbage... I am sure its all the same after that.
     
  17. gwallaia

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    TCU's run defense is tremendous. Anthony Alridge was kept in check for the whole game except for one 22 yard run. #29 for TCU is a great defensive player.

    I look forward to Case Keenumn's development as the Cougar QB over the next 2-3 years.

    Go Coogs!
     
  18. YoungTexanFan

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    Did you happen to see any of the missed thorws he made last night? Did you happen to watch any of the TCU offensive series? The kid was aweful. Did you happen to know which color TCU was wearing? Did you happen to know that the QB is the one throwing the ball? Did you happen to know that the ball is supposed to come close to a recievers hands on every pass?

    Don't give me s**t about my opinion being garbage. Watch the game.
     
  19. Honoring Earl 34

    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    For the record , Dalton was 21/30 for 249 yds with an 8.3 avg. and 1 int , not to bad .

    Were you drinking with the Asians ?
     
  20. YoungTexanFan

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    No. I was watching the game. His passes were horrible. He got his WR's laid out. He was high on many passes. He overthrew every deep ball by a laughable margin. He killed at least 2 or 3 drives with passes in the dirt in front of his recievers. Stats mean nothing, if they did, David Carr would be an All-Pro especially after his 22 straight completions or something.
     

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