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Discussion in 'On The Field' started by LonghornCatholic, Dec 8, 2019.
The Horns surprised me in the bowl last year, hoping for a repeat performance. Today it feels like:
The Horn's ability to heal up and any coaching hires might get me to edit my prediction.
This is TEXAS 31
This is Not 27
I don’t think this matchup favors us. We should be able to manage their offense, but this will be the best or second best defense we have seen this year. Unless our play calling is stellar, we will struggle to score points, as we did against most of the second half opponents.
UTes - 27
UT - 24
Hope I’m wrong. Maybe our D will get us some points...
35-27 Texas in the Van Fillinger Bowl.
But Texas has to play at least as well as they did against LSU.
It will be a pride game for the Texas Seniors.
Won't be that bad but I don't like our chances. Whittingham was who I wanted to replace Mack.
10 out of 13 games they held teams below 20 points, while averaging 30+.
Texas - 31
Utes - 24
Coachless Horns 24
Sister Wives - 21
28-17 bad guys ... as many have said ... bad matchup for us.
31-30 Horns in a thriller. SE will need to play one of his best games to pull this off. Hoping CJ is back for the Alamo Bowl!
If it wasn’t clear from other threads, there will be HF swag awarded to the winner of this contest, same as the season prediction contest — a burnt orange Longhorn Yeti, HF mouse pads, and wristbands from the spring game.
Texas 0 Utah 0 ..........prior to the kickoff
You entered a score on Sunday
UT 28 Utah 24
Herman has good record against ranked opponents
Hoping that Herman gets his annual upset so:
One team will be surprised and one disappointed.
Or would this be considered the result of the score.
What is the O/U on Bill Miller Catering making an appearance for post game meals?