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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo Genesis View Post
    I'd rather the UT fans shut up, not that they ever will anyway.


    45-35!

    It *was* a very good game, but I admit I'd not be so happy about that had OU won... but... they didn't .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo Genesis View Post
    I'd rather the UT fans shut up, not that they ever will anyway.
    They'll be shutting up next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo Genesis View Post
    NOT a good game. At least we won, though. Phew.
    Actually, I can look back and say that if I was a neutral fan, I'd think it was a very good game. It was quite exciting. Of course, as a Tech fan, it was an excruciating excitement that had me kicking the chairs at the table I was sitting at, and very close to picking up my cup and throwing it. Thankfully I didn't, and I'm therefore still welcome to dine and watch football at that establishment.

    Oh well, at least next week is a bye week.

    Errrrrrrrrr I mean we play the aggies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lateralus View Post
    They'll be shutting up next week.

    Mizzou @ Texas
    Mizzou's gotta get past the mighty OSU Cowboys first. Remember, their coach is a man. He's (over) forty. He's not a kid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lateralus View Post
    They'll be shutting up next week.

    Mizzou @ Texas
    Ha Ha. That wouldn't be *completely* tragic - I'd rather Mizzou beat them than OU. I'm a Texas fan first, but I like seeing Mizzou win too (I've lived in St. Louis for 15 years or so, so some of it's rubbed off). But still, I'd prefer a UT#1, Mizzou#2 end to the year .

    I would like to see Chase Daniel win the Heisman, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Mizzou's gotta get past the mighty OSU Cowboys first. Remember, their coach is a man. He's (over) forty. He's not a kid.
    Yeah...I'm not worried.
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    It's just three points. Don't tell me, you're not sweating.

    Edit: Make that -4 points.

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    Yeah, I wonder if Lat has started worrying yet.
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    Especially with that interception.

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    Pathetic. That's all I have to say about that game.

    The Titans play the Chiefs next week. So at least I'll get to see one of my teams humiliate someone.
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