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 Post subject: Stanford vs Washington
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Less than 3 hours till kickoff. Go Dawgs!


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My head says Stanford will win. If that is what happens I just want the game to be close and competitive. Too often the last few years Washington has been dominated and embarrassed in road Pac-12 games.

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Washington can win this game, it is just going to take a tremendous effort. Regardless this will be a good game!


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On my way to the game now. Bow down!


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This LSU and Miss State game needs to end.

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Yeah, they put the UW game on ESPN News, which isnt a channel my provider even offers.


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Amazing. Looks like Stanford actually filled up their stadium.

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Stanford returned opening KO for 6. Great start Dawgs.


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Giving up a ST TD on the opening kickoff is not a good sign.


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Giving up a ST TD on the opening kickoff is not a good sign.


Says you.


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Basically we get the ball to start both halves. Sweet!


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Gotta pass. You aint runnin consistently.

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Anyone know how we got this field position?


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Nope, I am a tad pissed at ESPN for making us sit through the final ticks of an SEC blowout. Anyhow... penalty killed that drive. Sankey had the first down.


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HawkWow wrote:
Basically we get the ball to start both halves. Sweet!


HawkWow's funny. I'd totally neck with you.


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Wheres the hands to the face??


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There wasn't... BS call.


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When I played I always thought "I might as well put a finger in your mouth if I have hands in your face"


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Any word on his injury? Hopefully just had the wind knocked out of him.


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No horse collar? It was right in front of the ref.

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Barry Sanders! I've been waiting to see that kid. On his high school highlight tapes he looks exactly like his dad.

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The real Barry Sanders tried to pick up my ex, over and over again, when she was a hostess at a Portland Restaurant.

This is okay....keep it within range. I'm liking what I see from the offense. They may be able to get some chunkc in the 2nd half. They just gots to keep it close.


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He got a TD in garbage time last week. Said a little prayer immediately after. Probably praying for his punkass coach to continue piling it on Wazzu..


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Man, Hogan has forever to stand back there in the pocket. I bet if Stanfords o'line would let some d'linemen through he'd probably be playing a little bit better.

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Christ...if not for our special (?) teams play and a couple questionable calls, we'd be looking like the better team. How did the ref just let that hold on 70 go?


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Christ...if not for our special (?) teams play and a couple questionable calls, we'd be looking like the better team. How did the ref just let that hold on 70 go?


Word. It was blatant.


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Enough with the damn flags ffs, every single play

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Holy sh*t. I think they're still after sark for his role in the Bush ordeal.


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Christ...if not for our special (?) teams play and a couple questionable calls, we'd be looking like the better team. How did the ref just let that hold on 70 go?


Word. It was blatant.


I'm fully convinced that Pac 12 refs are the worst officials in any league, in any sport, that I've ever seen. They're terrible. At least its not STrickers reffing this game, he's the absolute worst.

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Big 10 refs are pretty bad too.


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The real Barry Sanders tried to pick up my ex, over and over again, when she was a hostess at a Portland Restaurant.

This is okay....keep it within range. I'm liking what I see from the offense. They may be able to get some chunkc in the 2nd half. They just gots to keep it close.


Barry was notorious for liking the bigger ladies.


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The real Barry Sanders tried to pick up my ex, over and over again, when she was a hostess at a Portland Restaurant.

This is okay....keep it within range. I'm liking what I see from the offense. They may be able to get some chunkc in the 2nd half. They just gots to keep it close.


Barry was notorious for liking the bigger ladies.


Oh man heh

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CPHawk wrote:
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The real Barry Sanders tried to pick up my ex, over and over again, when she was a hostess at a Portland Restaurant.

This is okay....keep it within range. I'm liking what I see from the offense. They may be able to get some chunkc in the 2nd half. They just gots to keep it close.


Barry was notorious for liking the bigger ladies.


HA! Nah, she was tiny. One of those ones that looks so good, but REALLY bad naked. Yeah, so basically I saved Barry. Maybe even his life, 'cause, she was crazy.


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The Huskies are going to be blown out in this game if the offense doesn't pull their collective heads out.

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One thing I'll say for Washington. Every time I see them play they seem to be a really good tackling team.

Luckily, my Ducks will be running around them, not through them.

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Hey Mr. Moderator... if you want to talk huskies and ducks, do it in another thread. :D


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One thing I'll say for Washington. Every time I see them play they seem to be a really good tackling team.

Luckily, my Ducks will be running around them, not through them.


Hopefully faster than a 'get me some face time' ref can yank a flag.


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First Quarter - All Stanford. Bad ST play, good defense though, offense is on vacation somewhere. Need to keep playing good defense, and get the train on offense rolling.


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Hey Mr. Moderator... if you want to talk huskies and ducks, do it in another thread. :D


Touche.

But at least I was complimenting the Huskies.

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JSeahawks wrote:
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Hey Mr. Moderator... if you want to talk huskies and ducks, do it in another thread. :D


Touche.

But at least I was complimenting the Huskies.


I was just teasin' ya. UW has a great defense. Need 7 on this coming drive.


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Hey Mr. Moderator... if you want to talk huskies and ducks, do it in another thread. :D


Touche.

But at least I was complimenting the Huskies.


I was just teasin' ya. UW has a great defense. Need 7 on this coming drive.

I'll settle for reaching midfield without getting a penalty.

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