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Date Posted: 16:59:13 09/22/05 Thu
Author: danes
Subject: Re: Thoughts vs. Albany?
In reply to: J.J. 's message, "Thoughts vs. Albany?" on 16:50:27 09/22/05 Thu

just an FYI, I know Albany has played two top-25 teams, but they only have 29 yards rushing in two games this season, hardly top notch.

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[> [> Re: Thoughts vs. Albany? -- UAalum72, 19:39:46 09/22/05 Thu

A little deceptive, 29 yds. net rushing includes 'Team rushing' of minus-50 vs. Hofstra and minus-73 vs. UMass, mainly on bad snaps over the punter's head by the backup long snapper. Those also accounted for two of the 3 safeties vs. UMass.

Albany's R-Fresh. QB looks like a lot better passer than last 2 years, but he's still learning.

Defense actually looks pretty good if you don't have a real blazer to beat the DB deep.

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