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#1 RINGKONG

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Posted 30 November 2009 - 05:43 PM

nu 14
utA 28

watson gets fired.

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Posted 30 November 2009 - 05:59 PM

I'll bite.

UT - 45
NU - 10

NU's D will hold up well, but the UT D will punk NU's O and score 5 touchdowns.

Alex will kick one field goal, with Crick getting an INT off a Suh deflected pass to score the lone NU touchdown.

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Posted 30 November 2009 - 08:51 PM

I'm gonna stick with:

NU 21
UT 20

Suh sacks McCoy and takes his Heisman away on the last play.
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Posted 30 November 2009 - 09:48 PM

NU 17
Bevo 31




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Posted 30 November 2009 - 09:56 PM

What? No maybe-we'll-beat-THEM-by-15.5 score predictions?

Pussies.....

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Posted 30 November 2009 - 10:21 PM

Bevo takes a huge shit on Watson.

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NU- 7
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Posted 01 December 2009 - 07:39 AM

^6 of the worst poemetry evAr! :D

(and i'll continue it)
NU-20
UT-17
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Posted 01 December 2009 - 01:37 PM

steers 24
watson 0 and gets retained to stain another year
husker D 6(Neb D gets 2 turnovers inside Texas 20 and Huskers can't move the ball. Henery kicks fgs from 27 and 49 yards)
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Posted 01 December 2009 - 05:05 PM

I predict a win.

Fuck them Longhorns and anyone who thinks otherwise.


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Suh crushes someones windpipe with an elbow shot. Accidentally of course. Asante doesn't make any late hits.

Lee gets run over by a deer, and is crippled.

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 07:05 PM

Huskers 5
UT 3

Cody Green gets the win and Suh gets the save.

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 07:42 PM

nu 14
utA 28

watson gets fired.


Two defensive touchdowns against UT?!

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 09:24 PM

I predict a win.

Fuck them Longhorns and anyone who thinks otherwise.


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Suh crushes someones windpipe with an elbow shot. Accidentally of course. Asante doesn't make any late hits.

Lee gets run over by a deer, and is crippled.

The best Defense in the land-19

Shitassed Longhorns-14


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Posted 02 December 2009 - 06:22 AM

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Posted 02 December 2009 - 10:06 AM

I keep trying to come up with ways Nebraska can win this game and, barring a bunch of turnovers from UT....like on their own two yard line...I can't think of one. The defense will play tough but will spend most of the game on the field. Lee is good for at least a couple INT's due to locking on one receiver, and the offense as a whole just won't do much, as usual. If you have 13 plays for negative yardage against K-State, then I think you are going to have a hard time doing any better against the Horns.

The coaches keep talking like they are waiting for this offense to explode. Folks, this is game 13. If it hasn't happened by now, it ain't gonna happen.

Texas 35
Nebraska 9

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Posted 02 December 2009 - 10:46 AM

I keep trying to come up with ways Nebraska can win this game and, barring a bunch of turnovers from UT....like on their own two yard line...I can't think of one. The defense will play tough but will spend most of the game on the field. Lee is good for at least a couple INT's due to locking on one receiver, and the offense as a whole just won't do much, as usual. If you have 13 plays for negative yardage against K-State, then I think you are going to have a hard time doing any better against the Horns.

The coaches keep talking like they are waiting for this offense to explode. Folks, this is game 13. If it hasn't happened by now, it ain't gonna happen.

Texas 35
Nebraska 9

guess what it ain't gonna happen evAR, with watson/cotton ...

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Posted 02 December 2009 - 01:18 PM

Lee is good for at least a couple INT's due to locking on one receiver, and the offense as a whole just won't do much, as usual.

Lee is actually taking pretty good care of the ball lately -- only 1 pick in the last 4 games. Not too shabby.

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Posted 02 December 2009 - 01:33 PM


Lee is good for at least a couple INT's due to locking on one receiver, and the offense as a whole just won't do much, as usual.

Lee is actually taking pretty good care of the ball lately -- only 1 pick in the last 4 games. Not too shabby.


He's getting a little better, but he couldn't have gotten much worse. K-State should have had at least three int's that were there for the taking. Bottom line is he's not a playmaker. At all. He is there to "manage the game". In other words....don't fuck it up.

Lee's best throw is the long ball. I hope Watson takes some shots with the verticle passing game, especially on first down when we should have single coverage. If we get into a bunch of 3rd and long situations we're fooked.

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Posted 02 December 2009 - 02:21 PM

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 05:09 PM

Texas 38
Nebraska 6

I just don't think we have the depth or athletes to compete with the Horns. The only thing that gives me hope is that UT (like Florida) has played one of the worst non-conference schedules in college football history. Ultimately, I just can't see us moving the ball on Texas and our defense is going to be gassed by the fourth quarter.
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Posted 05 December 2009 - 11:05 AM

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Big 12 championship
No. 3 Texas at No. 21 Nebraska
Saturday, 8 p.m. ET
Line: Texas -13.5
It's fashionable to suggest that Nebraska could pull off the huge win to ruin what could be a historic night for Colt McCoy and Texas football. The defense is phenomenal, all the pressure is on the Longhorns, and last week, Texas A&M might have exposed a UT defense that had little problems in a miserable year for the Big 12. And Bo Pelini's squad might have enough tricks in the bag to at least keep this from getting ugly. But recent history dictates otherwise, and if everything goes according to plan for the Longhorns, this will mark the end of a long year of waiting to finally erase the taste of 2008 out of their mouths.
It could have been Texas playing Florida in the 2009 BCS Championship, and it would have been if not for a quirky tie-breaker that put Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship against a frightened Missouri that showed up for the free meal and the cases of Dr. Pepper. But instead, the Longhorns went on to beat Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl to launch an impressive 2009 with only one game, the 16-13 win over Oklahoma, that was a true problem (no, Texas A&M didn't really have a shot at winning).


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But like Florida and Alabama, who are playing in the other part of the national championship playoff, Texas spent the season trying to get to this point. While the production was there, the Longhorns were helped by a miserable non-conference schedule and a horrendous post-2008 crash from the Big 12. Also like the Gators and Tide, the question is whether or not Texas can flip on the switch and be the killer everyone was expecting from the start, and was statistically, or is this simply a coldly efficient team that comes up with wins because it's far and away the best team in the conference? Nebraska will try to apply the test, at least defensively.

If last week was about seeing if Texas could handle a fully focused, dangerous offense like Texas A&M's, then this week is about seeing if the team can deal with a defense like Nebraska's. The Huskers might not be pretty to watch, and the 9-3 record might seem underwhelming compared to the 12-0 Longhorns, but they were really, really close to being 11-1. It took two miraculous pass plays for Virginia Tech to win at home in a 16-15 thriller, and it took eight turnovers, with a few coming around the goal line, for Iowa State to pull off a 9-7 jaw-dropper in Lincoln. There was also a blowout loss to Texas Tech, but other than those three games, the Huskers haven't had too many problems because of their great defense.

The offense had one big fourth quarter against Missouri, and had its way with the three (yes, three) Sun Belt teams on the slate, but that was about it for the production. Even so, the Huskers have managed to win five straight, answered the challenges against Kansas, Kansas State, and Oklahoma, and now they have a shot at their first Big 12 title since 1999.

It's a chance for Texas to get back to the national championship for the first time since 2005. It's a chance for Colt McCoy to cement a Heisman. It's also a chance for Nebraska and the North to say they're tired of being pushed around. It's the 2009 Big 12 Championship game. After the last several years, we're owed a good one.

Nebraska will win if... Zac Lee plays out of his mind. The junior quarterback was benched for a stretch after a disastrous performance against Iowa State, but he came back to be a tight, efficient leader of the offense over the last three games, completing 35-of-54 passes for 435 yards and two touchdowns with an interception. He might have to put up those same numbers in this game. Texas is beatable against a downfield passing game that isn't afraid to trade away a few mistakes for some big plays, and if Nebraska believes its defense is good enough to hold the Longhorns down when challenged, Lee might be allowed to take a few shots down the field. He'll have to, but they have to come on first and second downs. If Nebraska is in several third-and-long situations, Mr. Kindle and Mr. Acho will spend time sitting on Lee's head.


Texas will win if... It scores early. Nebraska's offense has managed a mere 19 points per game against the BCS teams and it doesn't have the sophisticated passing game to mount a big comeback. Nebraska is going to try to win by running the ball, relying on its defense, and hoping to win the turnover battle, but it'll be over if Texas can stun with a few quick scores and by not giving the ball away. Nebraska picked off three passes last week against Kansas State and picked off five Landry Jones passes in the win over Oklahoma. In the three losses against Virginia Tech, Iowa State, and Texas Tech, Nebraska forced three turnovers, while on the flip side, the D took it away 21 times in the nine wins.

Who to watch: One player might end up being honored as the best player in college football after this game, another might end up being honored with tens of millions of dollars as the first pick of the 2010 NFL Draft. Either way, it's showcase time for arguably the best offensive and defensive players in college football.

Forget about all the computer models and mock Heisman votes; this is Colt McCoy's to lose. The Unitas Award winner became the all-time winningest starter in NCAA history with 43 victories, and because he could have won it last year and no one would have squawked, and because he has been everything to the Longhorn offense since taking over for Vince Young, and because he's a good guy with a career worthy of spending the rest of his life known as Heisman Winner Colt McCoy, he'll be holding the hardware next Saturday night if he's merely average in a win over the Huskers.

Ndamukong Suh hopes to ruin McCoy's party. If Suh isn't the No. 1 player on everyone's early NFL draft board, he's No. 2. With the prototype combination of size, quickness, athleticism and explosiveness, he's the rare inside presence who can play in any scheme at the next level. A dream end in a 3-4, he instinctive enough and quick enough to get into the backfield or drop into pass coverage, he's the one the tremendous Husker defense works around as both an anchor and a playmaker with a whopping 200 career tackles (that would be a great career for a linebacker, much less a defensive tackle) with 19.5 sacks and four interceptions.


Prediction: Texas 26 ... Nebraska 10
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