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 Post subject: Re: Stanford vs Washington
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Pretty sure Gardiner is faking this injury.

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Regardless of the result, the Huskies actually physically look like a top 25 football team for the first time in a decade.


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Pretty sure Gardiner is faking this injury.
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Sometimes I slap poop on my cheek and tell everyone I'm Drew Brees.

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Sometimes I slap poop on my cheek and tell everyone I'm Drew Brees.

So?


Aren't you too short to be Drew Brees?

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 Post subject: Re: Stanford vs Washington
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Definitely a fake injury.

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 Post subject: Re: Stanford vs Washington
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Oh shoot, gardners alright. Good stuff. Glad Stanford didn't have to take a TO

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Why cant Mickens just change his name to Pickens? I LOVED Carl.

C'mon....3rd down


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 Post subject: Re: Stanford vs Washington
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That play was Wilsonesque.

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Oh what do you know? Gardner's back in making big plays.


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WOW what a play Price.

I'm sure he's okay, Slov, Jsea.


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incredible scramble for the 1st... price is banged up though


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pehawk wrote:
Why cant Mickens just change his name to Pickens? I LOVED Carl.

C'mon....3rd down


Carl Pickens Darnay Scott and Jeff Blake, the most exciting 3-13 team every year.


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How is that not interference?

YES! I loved Jeff Blake! Best deep-ball, EVER!


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Oh what do you know? Skov's back in!


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He's a much better actor

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Oh what do you know? Skov's back in!


Don't complain too much. Your d'line coach is the guy who started this trend against spread offenses.

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AHHH!!! That f'ing guard, scrape on that pull! Scrape! its not a damn wheel route!


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Its much older than that lol.

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Thats your ballgame.


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 Post subject: Re: Stanford vs Washington
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Damn. That sucks. Can't blame Price though, great D play.

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game over.

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ClumsyLurk wrote:
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How so?


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 Post subject: Re: Stanford vs Washington
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ClumsyLurk wrote:
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That wasn't a choke. Just a great defensive play.

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Game isn't over folks. 10 point diff. That's doable if they can get a stop.

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On a positive note, that was an impressive open field tackle by Smith.

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Well, love you all.

I gots to get up early to meet my boy Riley12, Dub Pub in Totem Lake, fools.

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 Post subject: Re: Stanford vs Washington
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He thew it right at the defender

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On that replay, looks like it may have been intercepted anyway, without the tip. DB was between the receiver and Price.

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Clearly it was Sark's fault.

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Huskies need to go to the Dave Meggett school of punt returns, always catch it moving forward, like a center fielder.


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ASJ is having a down year, no.?

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Kasen is a beast.


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ASJ is having a down year, no.?


Square peg in a round hole in this offense.

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JSeahawks wrote:
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ASJ is having a down year, no.?


Square peg in a round hole in this offense.
never though a sweet TE like him wouldn't fit in any offense

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JSeahawks wrote:
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ASJ is having a down year, no.?


Square peg in a round hole in this offense.


Took the words right out of my mouth, sir. Spot on. :th2thumbs:


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Onsides kick... Get it, profit

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Onside kick?


Yes, you need a 3 and out anyhow..


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I think they played it right. Since Montgomery didn't score

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Just go for the TD. Period...end of story.


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Man, dumb play call by Stanford. That off tackle play from the power formation has been working all night. Why go away from it?

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Here we go Keith... here is your shot to show the scouts what you got.


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Why did the clock still run anyways?


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