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    Default Hayes at Hornets

    Both teams suck.


    Feel free to share your own opinion.


    Score doesn't matter.
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    Default Re: Hayes at Hornets

    Quote Originally Posted by IM N GUD H&NZ BEARCAT View Post

    Feel free to share your own opinion.
    You suck

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    Default Re: Hayes at Hornets

    He walked into that one lol.

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    Default Re: Hayes at Hornets

    So far, still proves no ones cares about these 2 teams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IM N GUD H&NZ BEARCAT View Post
    So far, still proves no ones cares about these 2 teams.
    It is odd that none of the Hays folks have posted yet considering that they still have so much to play for except the possibility of running the table. Maybe they are too busy watching the game on the edge of their seats?

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    Default Re: Hayes at Hornets

    Hahaha...... we suck but, your creating threads for us. Go choke on a turkey leg.

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    Default Re: Hayes at Hornets

    1:27 left in the game
    ESU 21
    FHSU 24

    Esu knocking on the door

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    Default Re: Hayes at Hornets

    Quote Originally Posted by reloadmvp View Post
    1:27 left in the game
    ESU 21
    FHSU 24

    Esu knocking on the door
    Stingers up!

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    Default Re: Hayes at Hornets

    Esu 28
    FHSU 24

    25 seconds left

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    Two more turnovers in the red zone today (fumble on the goal line and INT from the 6). That’s the difference between 4-2 and 6-0. Four turnovers overall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reloadmvp View Post
    Esu 28
    FHSU 24

    25 seconds left
    YAAAAS!! Good work Hornets.

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    Default Re: Hayes at Hornets

    Murphy with the sack to end it

    Final:
    ESU 28
    FHSU 24

    Good won by the hornets. Great game by both teams.

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    I dont Know how you barely squeak by with 4 turnovers though.... but a dub is a dub

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    Congrats Hornets! Way to finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erbert View Post
    Two more turnovers in the red zone today (fumble on the goal line and INT from the 6). That’s the difference between 4-2 and 6-0. Four turnovers overall.
    Rains it pours. Can't beat anybody when we beat ourselves

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    Default Re: Hayes at Hornets

    Quote Originally Posted by HookemHerd View Post
    Rains it pours. Can't beat anybody when we beat ourselves
    Conference probably overrated overall. This is gonna be GLIAC year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CatFan88 View Post
    Conference probably overrated overall. This is gonna be GLIAC year.
    Fact.

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    Default Re: Hayes at Hornets

    Hey Hookemturd...here's a mathematical equation for you...(NW 31 - Pitt State 7) + (ESU 28 - FHSU 24) = https://media.giphy.com/media/8OJ8T0ZXF7BG8/giphy.gif

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoCatsGo5 View Post
    Hey Hookemturd...here's a mathematical equation for you...(NW 31 - Pitt State 7) + (ESU 28 - FHSU 24) = https://media.giphy.com/media/8OJ8T0ZXF7BG8/giphy.gif
    Talk trash pre game. Or don't mention my name. I have no time for back and forth with a nutless coward like yourself

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    That was a gut check win for the Hornets today. I have to admit that as the Tigers got down inside the five leading 7-0 I was a pretty worried.
    Getting the fumble was huge and then having the best kicker in the league miss a field goal at the end of the half was big. (It was 52 yards but still)
    I've been hard on the receivers this year but today they came to play and made some big time catches. Jordan Reed's effort on the game winning TD was incredible. Tyler Harris did a great job of getting behind the defense for a couple of big plays. Justin Brown became the Hornets all-time leader in receptions.
    But none of that happens without Marstall (well one of Harris TD catches was from FS Freshman Dalton Cowan who came in for one play when Marstall got hit pretty hard on a fumble, but I digress). He has played at a high level since about half time of the UNK game. Unfortunately it's only resulted in a 2-2 record in that time. But he is doing things with his feet and his arm. He moved into second in career passing at ESU behind Brent Wilson and is in the top ten of career passing in the MIAA.
    Defensively the Hornets came out with a little more intensity. Someone earlier this year talked about turnovers being fools gold and I can kind of see that but since good teams usually get get the big ones so maybe there is more to it than just luck. Last week NWMSU had five fumbles but only lost one of them. The biggest one was probably on the goal line stand when it was still 7-0 and Caldwell was able to pick up the fumble on fourth down and score. Today with it 7-0 ESU was able to force a fumble a fumble on fourth and goal from the two and recover it.
    Obviously with three losses the playoffs are probably out of the question, but a good showing the rest of the way and ESU could be in contention for another bowl game.

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