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Damn. That sucks. Can't blame Price though, great D play.

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 Post subject: Re: Stanford vs Washington
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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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 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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SeatownJay wrote:
Onside kick?


Yes, you need a 3 and out anyhow..


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 Post subject: Re: Stanford vs Washington
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I think they played it right. Since Montgomery didn't score

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 Post subject: Re: Stanford vs Washington
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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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Elbow hit...that's a catch.


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Totally a catch!


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Hands landed at the same time inbounds and out of bounds. Not sure what the ruling is on that.

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Why did the clock still run anyways?

Because the penalty was declined.

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Looks incomplete to me

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Ball hit the grass. Sorry.

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Not a catch but they might get away with it.


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Ball hit the grass. Sorry.


Doesn't matter as long as Smith had control of it, which to me it appeared he did.


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Ball hit the grass. Sorry.


Doesn't matter as long as Smith had control of it, which to me it appeared he did.


Yes it does, because it hit the grass before it hit his arms. It was lying on the ground between his arms then he scooped it up.

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God I hate these refs, and I hate our special teams. Good night sirs.

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Damn. That's a crusher.

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Not enough to overturn if those are the only angles. Not indisputable.


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screw that bullshit, there wasn't enough evidence to overturn that

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Not enough to overturn if those are the only angles. Not indisputable.


The angle from behind it was obvious.

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Makeup call for "confirmed" catch where half of the receiver's body was dragging out of bounds before a single thread touched in bounds.

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Didn't see it definitively hit the ground, they must have had a different camera angle, feel like the Huskies kind of got hosed there.


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