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    Default CSUP offense is one dimensional

    The key to beating Pueblo is shutting down the run...The passing game sucks again and they're putting the ball on the ground...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunk in la junta View Post
    The key to beating Pueblo is shutting down the run...The passing game sucks again and they're putting the ball on the ground...

    And yet they won big. Funny how that happens ...
    Last edited by Lobo; 09-02-2018 at 11:36 AM.

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    Default Re: CSUP offense is one dimensional

    Same old story. Boring post.

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    Default Re: CSUP offense is one dimensional

    Same problems that kept them out of the NC game in '14. What? Oh, yeah, . . . . . .
    Sprinkles are for winners!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobo View Post
    And yet they won big. Funny how that happens ...
    Has CSUP ever lost two games in a row? Big smile

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    And how many times did Paw Patrol put the ball on the ground yesterday??? The West Texas defense has got to be smelling blood in the water. HOLLA

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    Default Re: CSUP offense is one dimensional

    Quote Originally Posted by Drunk in la junta View Post
    And how many times did Paw Patrol put the ball on the ground yesterday??? The West Texas defense has got to be smelling blood in the water. HOLLA
    The Commerce defense probably is, or should be, but not sure about WT. They got smacked pretty good yesterday and might be licking their wounds along with Pueblo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbonium View Post
    The Commerce defense probably is, or should be, but not sure about WT. They got smacked pretty good yesterday and might be licking their wounds along with Pueblo.
    Meantime, ball security issues could be a concern for the Pack going forward. I’ll bet commerce will be poking at the ball on Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunk in la junta View Post
    Meantime, ball security issues could be a concern for the Pack going forward. I’ll bet commerce will be poking at the ball on Saturday.
    . Anyone know any ball security drills for the RBs??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunk in la junta View Post
    . Anyone know any ball security drills for the RBs??
    Nine total fumbles, while losing 7 so far this season.

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