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s2 week6

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by the bigg dawgg, Sep 1, 2012.

  1. the bigg dawgg

    the bigg dawgg Walk On

    Jun 29, 2012
  2. Wick36

    Wick36 Welcome to the Jungle

    Jul 14, 2010
    User game has until Sunday at midnight to play.
    If that gets done early, we will advance as early as Saturday at midnight.

    the bigg dawgg
    GMONEY 15
  3. droid43

    droid43 Walk On

    Apr 22, 2012
    Nothing Goes Right for Cougars
    Oklahoma State came out firing on all cylinders in their fourth game of the season. It seemed as though the Cowboys were in both Brigham Young huddles because the Cougars were not able to move the ball at all against the Cowboys' first string defense. When Brigham Young was able to get something going offensively, the Cowboys ended it with a turnover. Despite the lack of offensive success, the Cougars were able to do something none of the other Cowboy opponents were able to: score in the fourth quarter. That being said, Oklahoma State has now outscored opponents 56-7 in the fourth.
    The Brigham Young defense didn't fare much better, only managed to force one punt the entire game. Even the twos were able to consistently move the ball. Fans are now starting to wonder whether this year's offense is better than last year's. The out of conference schedule was not nearly as tough as last year's, but the Cowboys have also blown the doors off of two conference opponents early on. Tracey Moore and Isiah Anderson brought senior experience to the offense last year. Zac Butler and Matt Russell bring size and speed. The freshman phenoms are giving opposing secondaries match up nightmares and making life easy for Clint Chelf. We are only a third of the way into the season, but this offense definitely has the potential to be better than the 2012 version in both rushing and passing.
    Oklahoma State will travel to Lubbock to face Texas Tech next week.

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