So what's up with the "GOD MODE" thing? Hova used the term GOD MODE the other day in a game summary thread response. That instantly resonated with me. When I played #5 Nebraska on the road, it was a tough game, and a long pass play as time expired was all that saved me. Last night when I played Texas A&M, an A overall team (I think), it was a fairly easy game, but it seemed realistic. I was at home, and made the critical plays, and they just didn't. The K-State game (a B- school), and the Baylor game (a C+ school), just felt different. I make my fair share of mistakes, but both of these games (one at home, and one on the road), just seemed hopeless from the beginning. For one, my QB missed completely open receivers regularly. I'm not talking about the receiver having a step on a guy, I'm talking about Doege standing firmly in the pocket, and a receiver running a post on at cover-2, and the ball flying 5 yards away from him. Dropped balls were also killers in these two games. My O-line was useless; a three-man rush would beat them and my blocking back in no time flat. I watched a Baylor TE on an in route catch the ball in a crowd, and was instantly running the opposite direction towards open field. I could go on and on. I'm just trying to get my head around this. Of the games I won, one was against a rival, the other was not; one was at home, the other was not. What I'm wondering is, is this some kind of random thing? Am I just dreaming this up so I don't feel like a loser? I mean there really seemed to be something different about these games. Anyway, it's just early on a Saturday that I actually don't have to work, and I'm bored, so I thought I'd post something.