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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » PFW: Cranking up the bandwagon
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Well, if it’s not time to jump on the bandwagon, it’s definitely time to start pushing.

Arlington Heights 26, at Kennedale 51
at Texas Christian 24, Colorado State 12
UBuffalo 14, Ball State 49 (Buffalo fails to cover)
#3 Oklahoma 24, at Buffalo Chip U Colorado 27
#2 LSU 34, at Tulane 9
at Dallas 35, St. Louis 7

As expected, Kennedale trounced Arlington Heights, scoring 35 straight points during the first & second quarters to put the game out of reach.

Ball State put the game away in the first quarter, then used the rest of the game to beat the SpatulaSpread™. UBuff scored one touchdown each in the third & fourth quarters after State had quit trying.

LSU sleepwalked through the entire first half vs. Tulane - at one point, the Green Wave even led the #2 (now #1, ThankYouVeryMuch™) team in the nation, 10-9.

But Charles Scott scored a pair of touchdown in the second half, and Jacob Hester added one as the Tigers pulled away.

What is it with Colorado State? Every year they have an extremely big, extremely talented (to this scribe, anyway) team - and every year they play Texas Christian’s Horned Froggies and lay a ginormous egg.

The Rams’ offense pushed the Frogs around nearly at will on the first couple of drives, yet had only a 47-yard field goal to show for it. But the longer the game went, the more the Frogs seemed to wear down the Rams.

Freshman QB Andy Dalton injured his knee during TCU’s first drive and was replaced for the rest of the game by backup Marcus Jackson, who rushed on keepers for 38 yards and two touchdowns and passed to tight end Shae Reagan for another. Aaron Brown added 124 yards on 22 carries.

Bob Stoopes was the first to admit that OU had a bad all-around effort Saturday.

“They outplayed us and outcoached us,” Stoops said. “They fought their way to a heck of a win.”

Up 24-7 a third of a way through the third quarter, the Sooners gave up 20 straight points to an inferior team.

Yeah, I said inferior team - this is the same bunch that barely beat the aforementioned Colorado State Rams by 3 in overtime, then promptly went out and got its asses whipped by national powerhouse (*cough*) Arizona State. These guys ain’t exactly UFlorida.

Still, Oklahoma still had a chance to put the game away with a field goal of their own, but replay overruled a Sam Bradford-to-Malcolm Kelly reception on OU’s last drive. (And if I’m OU, I’m getting damned sick-and-tired of the fucking college instant-replay system. It doesn’t matter if the Sooners are in the right or wrong on these calls - they always seem to get screwed by replay, and if David Boren had any balls to speak of, he’d be screaming at the NCAA right now to do something about it.)

Memo to Mack Brown: Yeah, I know your TU Shortd…uh, Shorthorns got torched in Austin the other day. Bee Effin’ Dee™ - you’ve had it coming now for a while; you’re just lucky the Frogs don’t have an offense this year. OU’s gonna be out for fuckin’ blood Saturday, and your chain gang football team just happens to be in the way.

This could be a magical year for the Cowboys.

Rottie commenter JanetMae makes a good point - Dallas hasn’t really played a team of substance yet, although the Ram & Bear defenses are nothing at which one should sneeze - and, as of last night, neither is the defense of the New York Football Giants.

(Aside to leoni2: Think it may be time to return to the florescent yellow-and-blues? )

Case in point: First-half two-minute drill, Dallas third-and-three at midfield. You’ve seen the play by now - Andre Gurode launches the shotgun snap over Romo’s head at near-warp speed towards the ‘Boys goal. Romo gives chase, catches up to the ball - and kicks it further. Finally picking it up and curling to his right, he eludes two would-be tacklers (one with a nifty sidestep) and comes up the left sideline to the St. Louis 46 yardline. Four yard gain, first down. Dallas scores five plays later and never looks back.

Parcells might’ve yanked Romo for that last year and gone back to Drew “The Statue” Bledsoe, and allowed the Cowboys to lose the game. But for the growing legend that is Tony Romo, it’s just another day at the office.

Patrick Crayton had a career day yesterday, catching 7 passes for 184 yards and two touchdowns. Julius Jones & Marion Barber combined for 102 yards on 21 carries, Jason Witten caught 6 balls for 71 yards, and Romo was 21 of 33 for 339.

Ram quarterback Marc Bulger, playing with two broken ribs, was no match for the Dallas defense, getting picked once, sacked three times and going only 11-for-14 for 114 yards. He gave way to Gus Frerotte in the fourth quarter, after the game had been decided.

The ‘Boys will be severely tested in a couple of weeks when Bill Belicheat Belichick & the New England Pansies Peepingtoms Patriots come to town - but for now, it’s sweet to see the Cowboys taking care of business the way they need to be doing.

This week: 3-3. Overall: 22-6.

The PFW returns Friday with the question: In the Red River Shootout, will t.u. be wearing burnt orange, or prison orange???

15 Responses to “PFW: Cranking up the bandwagon”
  1. BigDogg Comment by BigDogg

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    Up 24-7 a third of a way through the third quarter, the Sooners gave up 20 straight points to an inferior team.

    Yeah, I said inferior team - this is the same bunch that barely beat the aforementioned Colorado State Rams by 3 in overtime, then promptly went out and got its asses whipped by national powerhouse (*cough*) Arizona State. These guys ain’t exactly UFlorida.

    Still, Oklahoma still had a chance to put the game away with a field goal of their own, but replay overruled a Sam Bradford-to-Malcolm Kelly reception on OU’s last drive. (And if I’m OU, I’m getting damned sick-and-tired of the fucking college instant-replay system. It doesn’t matter if the Sooners are in the right or wrong on these calls - they always seem to get screwed by replay, and if David Boren had any balls to speak of, he’d be screaming at the NCAA right now to do something about it.)

    Do I smell sour grapes??

    You’re not an OU alum, are you LS?

  2. Unregistered Comment by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant

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    Do I smell sour grapes??

    Hardly. Colorado did what they had to do to win the game. And they earned it, make no mistake.

    All I’m saying is that it wasn’t so much Colorado’s talent & ability as it was Oklahoma’s implosion. Turnovers and other mental mistakes have pretty much always been a staple of Sooner play. Usually, though, they’ve ability enough to overcome it. Saturday, they didn’t.

    Generally, I judge Colorado teams based on what they do against Colorado State. Any decent Buffalo team should kick the Rams’ collective ass up the field and back down. They haven’t done that (to my memory, anyway) for quite a few years now.

    You’re not an OU alum, are you LS?

    No. But the SpatulaGoddess is - and besides, I respect the hell outta Bob Stoops. Plus, I can’t stand Mack Brown.

  3. thetay Comment by thetay

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    These guys ain’t exactly UFlorida.

    At this point, Florida’s not looking like Florida.
    It’s going to be an interesting road game at LSU this week. I just hope the Gator defense remembers to show up more than a few times in the first half.

  4. BigDogg Comment by BigDogg

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    I respect the hell outta Bob Stoops. Plus, I can’t stand Mack Brown.

    Can’t argue with you on either of those.

  5. AyUaxe Comment by AyUaxe

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    Tulane gave a creditable performance and gave LSU what amounted to a nice little scrimmage in da Stupordome. Us locals got treated to some good times at the expense of both teams’ hardcore fans–jeez louise, how could anyone take this game seriously!? Not just this game, the whole sport! Anyway, big fun had by all. Tulanians are too well “anesthetized” to be sore losers. We all got treated to a big up-tick in NOPD presence over the weekend, with several “traffic checks” on major streets and just a generally noticeable increased “presence.” That always nets a good hundred or so warrant arrests. Maybe football is good for something after all.

  6. Unregistered Comment by America Falling

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    Spats,
    We’ll know if the Boys are for real or not by 6pm, Oct 14th.
    Until then, call me skeptical.

  7. Unregistered Comment by LC The Humble Devildog, Imperial Scholar

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    The Packers are 4-0, and Brett looks like he’s having the time of his life.

    The Badgers are 5-0, and ranked #5 in both polls.

    The Bears are 1-3, and fading fast.

    It would have to get really bad, really fast, for my football season to be ruined.

  8. Ralph Gizzip Comment by Ralph Gizzip

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    Ball State put the game away in the first quarter, then used the rest of the game to beat the SpatulaSpread™. UBuff scored one touchdown each in the third & fourth quarters after State had quit trying.

    Just think, the players on Testicle Tech weren’t even recruited by the Big Ten!

  9. LC Old Dog Comment by LC Old Dog

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    Who cares what jersey they are wearing?

    Who cares about the Game?

    The Red River Shitout is the most overhyped useless game on the planet. There are Cricket Matches that matter more.

    :em99:

  10. LC Old Dog Comment by LC Old Dog

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    I also had the misfortune to be in Austin Saturday night.

    Had to listen to the Hookers crying all damn night.

    :em95: :em41:

  11. JanetMae Comment by JanetMae

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    The Bears’ defense is decimated, and I hold out no hope for that 1-3 record to improve…sigh…

    …go CUBS!

    ASU has a new coach, and so far the players seem much more motivated. That was one helluva comeback against Colorado.

    (Aside to leoni2: Think it may be time to return to the florescent yellow-and-blues? )

    BITE YOUR TONGUE!

    I almost went blind watching the Eagles a couple weeks ago.

  12. Lady Heather Comment by Lady Heather

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    Spats,

    Regarding the “update” to your last PFW post.

    Maybe you’ve been “low balled” because you choose to mock some of your fellow LC’s favorite teams? :em71:

    Anyway, don’t take it so personally. The more it gets to you, the more it “fans the flames” (needling you) :em93:

  13. Unregistered Comment by LC Wes, Imperial Mohel

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    Ohhh man, the Eagles…How many times did the Giants sack McNabb last night, anyway?

    Philly probably should have worn those nauseating throwback uniforms to New York. Who knows, that induced nausea might have slowed down the Giants’ pass rush…

  14. Unregistered Comment by leoni2, LC

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    Spats,

    Aside to leoni2: Think it may be time to return to the florescent yellow-and-blues?

    Har har, hardee har har. You just have to go there, didn’t you? Funny you should mention the uniforms. When I went to the laundremat (sp?) to wash my brother’s and mines laundry (Yeah, so, haven’t you seen a grown man do laundry before?), and was watching a pregame show when one of the ladies at the laundry mentioned she liked the uniform but suggested they just change the color scheme. Me, I’d told her I wouldn’t support it, even for a color change, if it was only to be used as a good luck charm. Call it the crutch factor.

    Wes,

    Ohhh man, the Eagles…How many times did the Giants sack McNabb last night, anyway?

    12 times, but whose counting.

    Philly probably should have worn those nauseating throwback uniforms to New York. Who knows, that induced nausea might have slowed down the Giants’ pass rush…

    It ain’t the uniform, it was who wasn’t there, Westbrooke, that made the difference. If he was there and not recovering from an injury, McNabb would have had a safety valve so that when the opposing team came blitzings, he had someone to throw the ball to. I mean, during the broadcast that I’d saw, before going back to watching The War, one of the announcers said that New York’s defense for that game had been based around Westbrooke being there, since he would’ve kept them honest. No Westbrooke. Need I have to tell you what happened!!!!

  15. Radical Redneck Comment by Radical Redneck

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    The ‘Boys will be severely tested in a couple of weeks when Bill Belicheat Belichick & the New England Pansies Peepingtoms Patriots come to town

    “Severely tested”? BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! :em99:

    That’s like saying the Fwench were “severely tested” by the Luftwaffe’ :em99: :em99: :em58:

    It’ll be more along the line of the “Cincinnati Bowtie” New England inflicted on the out on bail Bengals bunch last night. :em69: