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Post NFL calibre Trojans : Who are these guys ?
Head coach: Pete Carroll
5th year: 42-9

Never seen any team like the USC Trojans. These guys are running up
statistics like a pin-ball machine on steroids.

Its doubtful that the Longhorns stand even a small chance against USC.
Its embarassing to see a college team shred opponents like cross-town
rival UCLA, 66 - 19 .

In disbelief, who wouldn't rank USC right on top even in the NFL ?

After the Rose Bowl they'll be asking; " Who's next on the menu " ?

Look out Lions, its lunch time !

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December 3rd, 2005, 11:07 pm
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Post Re: NFL calibre Trojans : Who are these guys ?
Lionstooth wrote:
Head coach: Pete Carroll
5th year: 42-9

Never seen any team like the USC Trojans. These guys are running up
statistics like a pin-ball machine on steroids.

Its doubtful that the Longhorns stand even a small chance against USC.
Its embarassing to see a college team shred opponents like cross-town
rival UCLA, 66 - 19 .

In disbelief, who wouldn't rank USC right on top even in the NFL ?

After the Rose Bowl they'll be asking; " Who's next on the menu " ?

Look out Lions, its lunch time !


I would go that far about the Longhorns or the Trojans. 70 points is a lot, even against Col. And per the NFL, USC is good, but not NFL good. Reggie Bush will not be able to do a lot of what he did last night against NFL defenses.

They are awesome though, and fun to watch. I can't wait till the 4th.

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December 4th, 2005, 1:51 pm
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Colorado is not a good team. They made it to the Big 12 championship game by default. Iowa State gave them the Big 12 North title because all Big 12 North teams suck horribly. It's the same every year. Last year Col won because ISU lost on a last second FG. They should scratch the championship game and always make the Big 12 South champions the Big 12 winners out right. Colorado was a team who looked good early, but looked pathetic against any good teams they played.

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December 4th, 2005, 2:02 pm
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Well spoken gentlemen ....

Its game time .... wish I could watch the Lions...

Hasta munyana

GO LIONS

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December 4th, 2005, 2:18 pm
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Post Re: NFL calibre Trojans : Who are these guys ?
bsand2053 wrote:
Reggie Bush will not be able to do a lot of what he did last night against NFL defenses.


I have to disagree with you there... Really shifty runners like Walter, Barry, and LT (maybe even Dunn) do really well against NFL defenses. I think Reggie will be an immediate star from the moment he takes the field in the NFL. The guy is flat out great. He was touted out of HS as the next comming to Barry and that seems to be one of the few times that the prognosticators seem to be correct. Bush does KR/PR, Rb, catches well, blocks... he's simply the best player in college football right now, and will be a star in the NFL.


December 4th, 2005, 2:25 pm
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