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Aaron Carrara

Texas to face Missouri in Texas Bowl

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1 hour ago, UTfish said:

True, Okie, but would the  Bama and Georgia defenses be ranked that high if they had played the same high octane offenses we faced?

This is right on the money..... after stating his fact, because it is a fact. I thought about it and SEC play tight and Run the ball. Big 12 spreads he field out and make it unbelievable hard to stop for 4 quarters... I guess we will find out but I firmly believe if a Bama played 10 games against offenses like Texas or OU does then they would not be where they are at every year. Anyone can upset you at anytime with the air raid that goes on in big 12.... that being said I hope Georgia shuts the high octain offense down because I HAAATE mayfield and can’t imagine what he will do post game if they win the natty

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1 hour ago, okiehorn said:

 I HAAATE mayfield and can’t imagine what he will do post game if they win the natty

He will grab his crotch, throw footballs at opponent cheerleaders and mascots, then he will be tackled by a really fast police officer next to a burning sofa. Than he and Manziel will party on inflatable swans.

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New UCF head coach Josh Heupel could still coach Missouri offense in Texas Bowl

Though Missouri Tigers offensive coordinator Josh Heupel was announced as the new head coach of the Central Florida Knights on Tuesday, he may still coach the Tigers against the Texas Longhorns in the Texas Bowl, according to a spokesperson for the Tigers.

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