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Discussion in 'On The Field' started by dukesteer, Sep 1, 2019.
Sorry, can’t help myself...
I’ll go with...
Just have a feeling.
I normally don’t play, but will make an exception this week. Horns 27-17.
I’m thinking 27-24 Texas.
I pooped on Vol out of principle, but agree with him. I like our offense though.
34-31 good guys
Dicker the kicker FTW!!!
Tigers by double digits
We were plain vanilla last night. Next Saturday, Shazaam!
I refuse to prognosticate when my mind refutes my heart. I’ll wait till the remainder of season where I have more confidence.
Hookem boys and surprise me!
Texas 35 to 28. Gotta be optimistic.
This is going to be a field goal fest.
Horns 27, Tiggers 17
This close game and loss will help us fix whats not in sync and go on to have a fabulous season.
The one thing I’ve learned about Herman since he has been a head coach is that he does not flinch when it’s time to play the big dogs and Saturday will be no different.
45-42 big dick for the win ( Its technically his name I can say that right it’s not against the rules)
Sam is this decade's Vince
Whoever QB's LSU will be one point better than Matt Leinart
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Texas 34. LSU 24
I think next year our secondary will be up to the task. Not so much this weekend, though. A year can make a huge difference with D backs.
LSU has a very accurate, savvy passer with a decent O line and receivers. I think they will slow our "O" down just a tad more than our young, inexperienced secondary will slow down theirs.
Man, I hope I'm wrong.
31-24 Texas wins
Texas wins 24-21
Horns - 42
Kitties - 38
The LSU qb isn’t that mobile. That makes a difference.
Horns 28 - 24
I just don’t see Texas scoring more than 20 on this defense. Burrow and many in this offense have been running RPO’s since high school. Offense looked crisp and fast.
You mean in the first half, right?