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    Was at the game and was to busy the last few days to notice if there was a game thread. Apparently not but none the less the Tigers played very good in 2 phases of the game and solid in the other. Defensively and Special Teams wise FHSU locked down UCO. The 15-0 shut-out was the first for FHSU since 2008.

    Dante Brown kicked a school record FG’s in the game and Layne Bieberle had a very good game with punt returns. Defensively Doyin Jibowu had 6 tackles, 1 interception and 2 pass break-ups. Jose Delgado led the Tigers with 10 tackles.

    Offensively the Tigers moved the ball but just did not have a good game in the red zone. Tigner had his second straight game over 100 yards (101). Game should have been a lot worse score wise than it was. Held UCO to 234 total yards, with much of that coming in the 2nd half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BartonTiger View Post
    Was at the game and was to busy the last few days to notice if there was a game thread. Apparently not but none the less the Tigers played very good in 2 phases of the game and solid in the other. Defensively and Special Teams wise FHSU locked down UCO. The 15-0 shut-out was the first for FHSU since 2008.

    Dante Brown kicked a school record FG’s in the game and Layne Bieberle had a very good game with punt returns. Defensively Doyin Jibowu had 6 tackles, 1 interception and 2 pass break-ups. Jose Delgado led the Tigers with 10 tackles.

    Offensively the Tigers moved the ball but just did not have a good game in the red zone. Tigner had his second straight game over 100 yards (101). Game should have been a lot worse score wise than it was. Held UCO to 234 total yards, with much of that coming in the 2nd half.
    they did well enough to win. of course, when we are running the same 5 plays over and over, it makes it kinda easy...offensivley for you guys, you didnt really have a negative play until you brought the chick in after the second fg. i didnt understand why that rotation was taking place. our bend but dont break philosophy we have is slowly killing me. we are giving way too much respect to unproven qbs and wrs.
    anyway, whatever. on to the next

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    Great defensive game by Hays. Not sure what kind of game plan "heave it into double coverage 53 times" is, but UCO looked unprepared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Predatory Primates View Post
    Great defensive game by Hays. Not sure what kind of game plan "heave it into double coverage 53 times" is, but UCO looked unprepared.
    B. A. N. G....... without saying anything on my last post, thats exactly what i was thinking it.

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    Think Bobeck definitely on the hot seat? That NW win was HUGE but a lot of meh surrounding it to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BartonTiger View Post
    Think Bobeck definitely on the hot seat? That NW win was HUGE but a lot of meh surrounding it to be honest.
    depends on how we finish this year. a bunch of people said yes last year...then we real off 6 in a row and stomp the purple nurples from tarleton....

    we definately need to get our starters back. we are definately missing our starting lineman and 1 or 2 wrs... not to mention our starting qb

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    Uhh first shutout since 2011 Angelo State. Homecoming is this weekend let's see if they can bounce back and beat up the mooles. Where's Juiced anyway?
    Go Bronchos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UCObluejay View Post
    Uhh first shutout since 2011 Angelo State. Homecoming is this weekend let's see if they can bounce back and beat up the mooles. Where's Juiced anyway?
    Juiced is still juiced, after taking a couple losses already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Predatory Primates View Post
    Great defensive game by Hays. Not sure what kind of game plan "heave it into double coverage 53 times" is, but UCO looked unprepared.
    Seems a little reactionary. "Downfield passes worked against NW, Hays and NW are both generally (in recent years) two of the top defenses, surely downfield passes will work here, too!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by GorillaBred View Post
    Seems a little reactionary. "Downfield passes worked against NW, Hays and NW are both generally (in recent years) two of the top defenses, surely downfield passes will work here, too!"
    Hays covered that sideline back shoulder route better than I have seen anyone do it.

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