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Date Posted: 09/15/15 7:52:02am Tue
Author: Frank Zappa
Subject: Re: UNH
In reply to:
's message, "UNH" on 09/15/15 12:11:02am Tue
>If Melville's long run isn't called back he rushes for
>over 100 yards.
>How may drops were there? Would certainly help his
>stats a bunch--and also would have helped open up the
>He also missed some wide open receivers that would
>have led to scores.
>This probably says the right plays were being called.
>Execution is another thing.
>And I certainly have no idea if the right players were
>That being said, UNH has absolutely put it to Colgate
>the past few times they have played (this includes a
>game against a Colgate playoff team). This was the
>first time in three games UNH didn't put up 50.
>26 points really doesn't sound so bad.
>As for Goldrich, he hurt his ankle in the 3rd and left
>This game was Colgate mistakes and missed
>opportunities costing them a shot at winning the game
>and not Colgate being physically dominated (for the
>first time in a long time).
>If Colgate could have done anything offensively at the
>end of the game, they could have stolen it. That has
>not been a remote possibility against UNH in a long
>At this point, Colgate has played two games.
>Navy is a good FBS team.
>UNH has been to the playoffs eleven consecutive years.
>It's impossible to say how they will be this year but
>these teams have proven themselves to be very good
>teams over the past decade.
>Against Yale, Colgate will have two senior starters on
>O and two on D. Seven seniors in the two deep. That is
>still a very young team.
>Including Wingenroth, there will be nine freshmen in
>the two deep. Ten if you count Martinsen at the two
>positions he is listed.
>There should be around 15 senior starters next year
>(as the first class of scholarship players become
>seniors). Another class of freshman will come in and
>the nine freshman in the two-deep will push for
>The team is getting better.
>With a little bit of offense, this team will have a
>great season. The plays are there. They just have to
We expected to be 0-2 and we are. Be realistic, season starts this week vs Yale, another tough game but at least we have a decent chance. A win this week starts a great season or, not saying it.
How about turning down the volume on the scoreboard, now that is obnoxious listening to rap music between plays.
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Re: UNH -- The Future, 09/15/15 8:29:57am Tue
Frank Zappa, was there ever a time in your life where you liked loud music that didn't appeal to old people?
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