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Aaron Carrara

*****GAME THREAD - TEXAS vs. OKLAHOMA*****

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5 minutes ago, TexCoyote said:

Cameron Dicker has ice water running through his veins. Can't imagine the nerves for a freshman to come into a game like this to kick a winning field goal and he looked calm, cool, and collected.

So happy for this team and coaches. We are seeing marked improvement and recruiting it about to go crazy. Times are getting good my friends.

Ooooooooooooooooo

Seeing him smiling and happy on the sidelines in that last minute was pretty telling. Attitude is everything.

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1 hour ago, noonan05 said:

I know I'm probably going to be in the minority here but does anyone else think P.J Locke needs to see the bench.

He has never been great in coverage and he doesn't seem to be the hitter he was early on.

100% agree. He was a captain last year! He struggles mightily 

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6 minutes ago, prosfromdover said:

How so? 

Murray wouldn't shake hands with Ehlinger and there's conflicting reports on whether Sam called him a B..ch or P...y.  

There's a video of it, with no audio, that someone will surely post here. I don't know how or I would. 

 

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This win feels like so much more than 1-0.

1) Texas > ou sucks 48-45

2) Seeing the land thieves and their fans dejected, thinking they're beaten sooo badly.

3) The dirt burglars make the big comeback (with a little help from a couple handsy UT linemen). Sensing imminent victory, crimson confidence returns...only to lose with a burnt orange freshman sealing their fate, ultimately deflated.

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32 minutes ago, HORNfromETX said:

Forgot to post this earlier, but I want to give some props to Andrew Beck. He has been a big plus this year blocking and has made some nice catches. 

Beck is nice

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38 minutes ago, oldhorn2 said:

nobody gonna mention the OU guy giving Hager the colonoscopy when he recovered the fumble? Flat out dirty play....

I did on the other thread. Downright disgusting. Who does shit like that?

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