USC vs. UCLA

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  1. nunusguy

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    First time to really see Bush - yea, he's impressive, but getting huge holes
    to run thru. Will wait to see if he's in OJs league, who I think was faster ?
     
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    Bush is having and Awfull game i dont see why we would need his talents we dont need playmakers.:sarcasm:
     
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    How can anyone say that we don't need him? He has almost 200 yards rushing in a little over 1 quarter.
     
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    I think the Texans will win another game or two and it won't matter about Bush because somebody else will get him...probably the Niners.
     
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    Either USC has the greatest line of all time or UCLA has the worst d-line of all time. They are getting mauled on every play . They really don't even need to attempt to pass. Actually they've been going run on 3rd and longs. I wish USC or Texas for that matter could play against some bigtime defenses.
     
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    casserly is too anal to draft bush. here's to hoping he's fired before the draft.
     
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    Reminder: UCLA has a bottom-25 defense.
     
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    I don't think McNair would let him not draft him.
     


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    Reminder: Every team in the Big 12 except for Texas is pathetic
     
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    ucla on its worst day is a better team than colorado on its best.
     
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    It makes it a lot easier to win when your coach tells the officials where to spot the ball. :jk:
     
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    Leinart looks like a second day pick. Tripping, fumbling, throwing high. I wonder what Carr could do with that kind of time.
     
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    And on top of that, we've got the strongest SOS, which means we lose all tie
    breakers with the other teams. I'm thinkin we end up more in the 5-10 range.
    If we'd win more than 2, we won't be drafting in the top ten.
     
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    How does UCLA only have one loss with their defense giving up 250+ yards on the ground every game??? Even if their offense is really good, it must be tough for the coach to watch his team get gashed every week...
     
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    Lionfart has looked real BAAAADDD. Kiss that trophy hope goodby. Winds an issue, but Olson for UCLA is dealing with it FAILY well. Bush has looked great. If we are in position to get him and don't get a stellar offer to trade down, then I wouldn't snival to badly with picking him. Still think that trading down is the right thing to do if the deal is right.
     
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    Somehow they always lock up their defense in the 4th quarter and become unstoppable.
     
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    I dunno....how did he win the Heisman ? Just goes to show what West Coast media connections can get you. And it would be sweet of Carr had anything
    like that kind of time, maybe just once or twice a game on average.
     
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    everytime he touches the ball its a first down and people say we don't need him
     
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    UCLA ranks 115th out of 117 teams in the NCAA DI. It is disturbing how much people fall in love when a guy can run against a horrible defensive team. Is Bush better than Williams who other than Dayne is the highest grossing yardwise guys in NCAA history.
     
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    Bush's grandma could run through those holes. What a joke time to watch the SEC Championship.
     

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