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  • Reggie Bush's running track in the Coliseum......

    500+ yards of total offense. The Heisman race is OVER!!!!!!

    The most exciting player in the HISTORY of college football BY FAR!!!!!!!

  • #2
    I just did not believe what I saw last night!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by einnod23
      I just did not believe what I saw last night!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Well, I seen the four-hour game last night. Fresno State had no answer for him. I wish that Pinegar (Fresno State) would of protected the football better (5 turnovers: 4 INT 1 Fumble). I am a Fresno State fan, being from the area, but watching Bush run was too much for me. :cry:

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      • #4
        Re: Reggie Bush's running track in the Coliseum......

        Originally posted by einnod23
        500+ yards of total offense. The Heisman race is OVER!!!!!!

        The most exciting player in the HISTORY of college football BY FAR!!!!!!!
        Looking in the crystal ball, I see San Francisco or Houston in his future.
        "A beautiful theory killed by an ugly fact."
        by Thomas Henry Huxley

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        • #5
          Your team's got nothing if you need 1 player to put 500 yards to win. Same goes for Texas. Best case scenario is Bush & Young get knocked out of the championship game in the first 2 minutes. Then we get 2 hours of really mediocre football by teams inferior to every SEC team other than Vandy.

          /Work with a bunch of UT fans
          //Most arrogant fair weather fans ever

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          • #6
            Re: Reggie Bush's running track in the Coliseum......

            Originally posted by einnod23
            500+ yards of total offense. The Heisman race is OVER!!!!!!
            But does Bush want to win it? Lately, the Heisman winners have done nothing in the NFL. Will he fall into that trap?

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            • #7
              Cooter, it's a pipe dream you are nursing... without Bush USC's offense still scores five or six td's a game.

              It's the defense that would make the Trojans suspect. They have gotten a reputation for tough defense during the winning streak because other teams take chances because they are either desparate to catch up or desparate to score (as in the case of Fresno) because every coach knows they can't stop SC from scoring themselves.

              Those big holes that Bush blasted through for huge gains... LenDale White eats up huge chunks of yardage on the same plays, it's just that he gets tackled from behind after 12-15 yards instead of rambling 50-60 yards.

              The team that beats SC has to score, score again and keep scoring. Not EVERY SEC team would be able to do that. Maybe none.

              P.S. as for arrogance and fair weather fickleness, Texas fans can't possibly have anything over SC fans!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Cooter Brown
                Your team's got nothing if you need 1 player to put 500 yards to win. Same goes for Texas. Best case scenario is Bush & Young get knocked out of the championship game in the first 2 minutes. Then we get 2 hours of really mediocre football by teams inferior to every SEC team other than Vandy.
                Our first non-track TAFNY winner!!

                White: 1000+ yds rushing, 6.3 yds/rush, 19 TDs
                Leinart: 3200+ yds passing, 66% comp, 24 TDs passing (Heisman last yr)

                SC's defense may be suspect, but even w/o Bush, the offense is virtually unstoppable.

                [and I HATE SC!)

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                • #9
                  I'm really rooting for USC, anything to keep UT from the national title. Our office is being decorated "UT" this week. Every year the winner of the UT-TAMU game decorates the following year. I've made it my unwritten policy to never give an interview to grads of either school for positions in my department.

                  There's a fine line between fan and borderline gay.

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                  • #10
                    Hey, Cooter. Your profile says Austin.

                    Tell those "arrogant" UT fans that Vince Young is nowhere near Reggie Bush. In fact, I don't see that beach ball arm going near any NFL team!!!!!!!

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                    • #11
                      SEC?????

                      The Last time i saw the SEC play for the title I was bored to tears (LSU vs Oklahoma). SEC is a conference full of anemic offenses and coaches living on Talent rather than knowledge. There is NO reason Tennessee should not win atleast 8 games every year on Talent Alone. Georgia, was a perennial under acheiver until they got rid of Jim Donnan. Spurrier ruled the SEC because he actually had an imagination when it came to offense. I NEVER want to see the number 3 team in the country win a football game with a baseball score (Alabama). SPARE me the SEC talk.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by einnod23
                        Hey, Cooter. Your profile says Austin.

                        Tell those "arrogant" UT fans that Vince Young is nowhere near Reggie Bush. In fact, I don't see that beach ball arm going near any NFL team!!!!!!!
                        I do what I can to rain on UT's parade every day at work.

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                        • #13
                          500 plus yards of offense is tight,but vince young had 500 plus yards of offense against ok. state, so to say that reggie is the best of all time is retarded.Reggie is a hell of a playa,but he's no Barry sanders,marcus allen, hell i could name a few more.to say that texas is average without vince,or SC is average without Bush is retarded.The sec has no number one ranked team,and with good reason.texas would be undefeated in the sec just as it is in the big twelve.same case with sc.bush and company would blast all sec opposition.I'm tired of hearing sec fans bitch.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by [email protected]
                            500 plus yards of offense is tight,but vince young had 500 plus yards of offense against ok. state, so to say that reggie is the best of all time is retarded.Reggie is a hell of a playa,but he's no Barry sanders,marcus allen, hell i could name a few more.to say that texas is average without vince,or SC is average without Bush is retarded.The sec has no number one ranked team,and with good reason.texas would be undefeated in the sec just as it is in the big twelve.same case with sc.bush and company would blast all sec opposition.I'm tired of hearing sec fans bitch.
                            This was my "best best college player I ever seen list" before Reggie Bush
                            1) Tim Brown, Notre Dame
                            2) Charlie Ward, Florida State
                            3) Hershel Walker, Georgia
                            4) Charles White, USC
                            5) Bo Jackson, Auburn
                            6) Barry Sanders, OK State

                            Reggie Bush, imo, is better than ALL of them. Sorry, TB!

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                            • #15
                              I got a scenario I wanna see:

                              Texas gets spanked by either CO or ISU in the Big 12 title game.

                              That would mean old man JoePA gets to figure out how to stop Reggie Bush (guess what, guys! PSU defenders are faaaaaaaaaast!!!!!!). Just like he found a way to stop Vinny and the Miami crew in the '87 Fiest Bowl!!!!!

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